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DAY OF DAYS: JUNE 6, 1944 - AMERICAN SOLDIERS REMEMBER D-DAY brings together American D-Day veterans to share their experiences from that fateful day. As they vividly recall details from their ordeal - from the perils of the amphibious assault to the invasion's gruesome aftermath - their testimony yields long-buried and often painful memories. D-DAY 360 re-creates the landscape and uses fresh new data-driven and statistical tools to tell the story of one of the greatest invasions in history. D-DAY'S SUNKEN SECRETS explores how some of the innovations deployed in the invasion led to the Allied Forces' successful campaign.
Aacharming pastiche of superb Cole Porter songs woven together to tell a gossamer tale of life among the idle rich. The romantic roundelay is peopled by a carefree playboy (Burt Reynolds), a madcap heiress (Cybill Shepherd), a Broadway diva (Madeline Kahn), and an Italian gambler (Duilio Del Prete).
Jonathan Ames (Jason Schwartzman) continues to ply his trade as an unlicensed private detective, getting caught up in increasingly risky jobs and absurd adventures around New York City with George (Ted Danson) and Ray (Zach Galifianakis), his always supportive partners in solving crime.
George Lopez presented from the famed Nokia Theater L.A. LIVE, which he has previously sold out 24 times (a record for the venue), the exclusive presentation features Lopez in performance before a live audience.
DVD Review SHOCK LABYRINTH 3D (BLU-RAY)
I'm more than willing to take a look at anything from the maker of The Grudge, director Takashi Shimizu. From the sounds of reviews for this, his latest flick, my stance on Shimizu could, unfortunately, change pretty fast.
Peabody Award-winning journalist Bill Moyers (PBS, NBC, CBS) explores how "super lobbyist" Jack Abramoff rode a wave of corruption to enrich himself and promote his causes - from Indian casinos in Louisiana to the Moscow offices of Russia's new oligarchs - taking down other Washington heavyweights in the process. The DVD set includes a bonus disc with Buying the War, a 83-minute bonus examination of the media's role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq; segments from Bill Moyers Journal; a 8-page viewer's guide; and much more ($49.99, AthenaLearning.com). Capitol Crimes is Athena's eleventh release from Moyers' acclaimed library of programs.
DVD Review MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLY
This one's been on my radar for some time now, if only to see how Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac handles serious acting.
DVD Review THE SOLOIST (BLU-RAY)
Am I the only one that thinks Jamie Foxx just looks plain scary in this movie? See for yourself, I'm sure you'll agree.
DVD Review BIG STAN
This type of film is not for everybody. If you want a few bawdy and awful laughs, they can be found in Big Stan. Superior to a lot of films of its ilk, Rob Scheider and a great cast make a good effort to amuse you.
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