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Sam Worthington, Jim Sturgess and Ryan Kwanten star as a group of childhood friends pulled off the crime of the century: kidnapping one of the richest men in the world, the heir of the Heineken beer empire (Anthony Hopkins). The shocking capture--by gunpoint on the streets of Amsterdam--resulted in the largest ransom ever paid for a kidnapped individual. It was truly the perfect crime until they got away with it.
When a beautiful and mysterious woman (Amy Smart) bursts into the office of Leo Falloon (Brent Butt), desperate to find her missing brother, it's just another day in the life of a hard-boiled detective. The problem is, Leo is not a detective. He sells novelty advertising across the hall from the detective. But how hard could it be?
The Twilight Zone remains television's most treasured anthology program. The brainchild of writer and narrator Rod Serling -- inspired by the pulp comics, novels and sci-fi films of his youth -- the series introduced its own special brand of weirdness to viewers on October 2, 1959. As a program that correctly billed itself as one "of shadow and substance, of things and ideas," The Twilight Zone left indelible tracks
The critically-acclaimed buddy caper about an elderly ex-jewel thief and his new caretaker robot features an all-star cast, including Academy Award(R) nominee Frank Langella, James Marsden, Liv Tyler & Jeremy Strong.
Mickey Prohaska (Greg Kinnear) is a small-time insurance agent looking for a way to jump-start his business, reunite with his estranged wife (Lea Thompson) and escape the frigid Wisconsin weather. This self-proclaimed master of spin believes that salesmanship is about selling a story -- all he needs is a sucker willing to buy it. He hits pay dirt with a lonely retired farmer (Alan Arkin) who is sitting on something much bigger than an insurance commission.
In the spirit of Get Smart, ABCs action-adventure/comedy spy series (1970-72) aired Saturday mornings, starring a cast of chimpanzees whose performances were dubbed with human voices, including those of Dayton Allen, Joan Gerber, Steven Hoffman and Bernie Kopell, among others. All 17 episodes have been transferred from the original studio ABC masters.
DVD Review ANATOMY OF A MURDER
Preminger's Anatomy of a Murder is as entertaining as it is thoughtful about the limits of the law in grasping human nature. It feels fresh and mature even fifty years later, and stands as one of the best courtroom dramas in film history.
From director Jonathan Lynn (The Whole Nine Yards) comes this lively British remake of the 1993 French hit "Cible Emouvante." Victor Maynard (Nighy) is a middle-aged, solitary assassin whose professional routine is interrupted when he falls for his intended hit, Rose (Blunt). When he spares Rose's life, Victor inadvertently acquires a young apprentice, Tony (Grint). Believing Victor to be a private detective, his two new companions tag along, while he attempts to thwart the murderous intentions of his unhappy client, resulting in comedic mayhem.
DVD Review PLASTIC MAN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION
Finally, this wonderful animated series that I grew up on is now available on DVD! Having every episode in one, comprehensive collection only adds to this release's appeal.
DVD Review THE FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE
Sidestepping every convention of the gangster genre, this '70s gem deserves a second chance.
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