The Foxlight: New on DVD

"Mean Girls" and "Coffee and Cigarettes" are new on DVD in today's Foxlight.

Tina Fey of "Saturday Night Live" moonlights as the screenwriter for "Mean Girls (search)." This Lindsay Lohan teen meanfest made a Prada purse-load of money at the theater, and new on DVD this week, it should make a lot more. Fey even turns up as a teacher, and former "SNL" guy Tim Meadows has a funny turn as the principal. The whole thing could be funnier, but it's definitely worth a look.

The wildly uneven "Coffee and Cigarettes" (search) has a lot more misses than hits, but if you fast forward through a few of the boring vignettes, you'll find some great moments between Alfred Molina and Steve Coogan. Bill Murray and the Wu-Tang Clan are the wildest pairing since Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins in "Bad Company." The difference? This odd pairing works.

And don't adjust your set -- the whole thing is in black and white.

Finally, it's not out yet but it's at the top of every online ordering list: It's the "Seinfeld" (search) first and second season coming just around Thanksgiving. Until then, no "Seinfeld" for you! Sorry.