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The new set debuts just in time for must-have holiday gift lists. Based on Elmore Leonard's short story, Fire in the Hole, this critically acclaimed FX drama from Sony Pictures Television and Bluebush Productions, stars Timothy Olyphant as U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, a man who attempts to bring law and order back to Harlan County. Walton Goggins plays Raylan's longtime rival, Boyd Crowder.
Directed by Philippe de Broca and arriving in the wake of the newly popular James Bond films, these were a riotous cut above the many 007 spoofs that spilled forth worldwide. In the first, set against the beauty of Brazil, Jean Paul Belmondo and Francoise Dorleac are in hot pursuit of a stolen Amazonian statuette, while others pursue them for the same treasure. In the second, Belmondo plays a bored and recently bankrupted millionaire who is convinced to allow someone to murder him so that he can leave the insurance money in his will. He's fine with the plan until he meets a stunning stripper (Ursula Andress).
Timothy Olyphant stars as rugged U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in the critically acclaimed series. The renegade style of justice continues in the fifth season as Raylan's involvement in a mobster's questionable death is under threat of being exposed. With Raylan's future in doubt, a revenge attack unleashing a federal investigation throws the Crowes into turmoil and puts Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) on a collision course with the law.
Marty is the ideal fifth grader. He gets good grades, listens to his teachers, and doesn't start trouble in class. But a darkness is beginning to fall over Marty's life. The kids at school won't stop picking on him, his parents just don't seem to understand him, and now Marty must grapple with a terrible secret that threatens to destroy life as he knows it...
Timothy Olyphant returns as rugged U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in the critically acclaimed modern-day police drama . The gun-slinging action continues in season four as Raylan investigates a 30-year-old, unsolved mystery while Boyd Crowder fights to maintain his control over Harlan County. The life-or-death suspense escalates as the season progresses, culminating in a brutal finish.
An extension of the show's S-T-E-A-M curriculum (science, technology, engineering, arts and math). Each 11 minute episode is an interactive, fun-filled musical adventure created by Elmo and the child at home. Focusing on imagination and math skills, such as enumeration, relational concepts, addition/subtraction, geometric shapes and many more.
The modern-day, gun-slinging police drama stars Timothy Olyphant as the rugged, old-school U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, along with Walton Goggins as career criminal Boyd Crowder. The season guest stars Jeremy Davies in his Emmy-winning role as Dickie Bennett (Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, 2012).
Tarantino XX contains eight films chosen by Quentin Tarantino to illustrate the first 20 years of his career, featuring the films that helped define his early success, including Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill Vol. 1, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Death Proof and Inglourious Basterds. To complete the stunning high definition 10-disc set also features two discs with five hours of all-new bonus material, highlighted by a critics' retrospective on Tarantino's groundbreaking catalog of films and '20 Years of Filmmaking' that contains interviews with critics, stars and other masters of cinema.
A clip from the new special, Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters, filmed at Savannah, GA's Lucas Theater in May. Minding the Monsters finds Dunham's comedic troupe in sidesplitting situations that will both trick and treat viewers to a Halloween entertainment extravaganza.
Join Elmo, Big Bird, Zoe and Rosita as they learn the importance behind counting, numbers and early math skills. Two full-length Sesame Street episodes with over two hours of content including bonus footage, celebrity appearances and spoofs!
Five, fun-filled episodes - each underlining the themes of friendship, teamwork, sharing and problem solving - and an all new bonus feature "You're Invited to Minnie's Birthday Party," as well as two complimentary Best Friend necklaces to keep as mementos and/or to share with a very special someone this Valentine's Day.
It's more than a year since Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. The national spotlight on the Crescent City has dimmed, and residents are finding it harder than ever to rebuild their lives. Some have become expatriates in distant cities. The insurance checks that never arrived for homeowners were followed by the bureaucratic nightmare that was the Road Home program, and a land-grab is underway as developers and disaster capitalists press their advantage. Crime and drug use are up, and corruption and graft are endemic, with civic institutions unable to counter any of it.
This September, two of the greatest, as well as the most unorthodox, films about World War II will come to the Criterion Collection, in both Blu-ray and DVD editions. Terrence Malick's star-studded (Sean Penn, Nick Nolte, Woody Harrelson), multiple-Oscar-nominated James Jones adaptation The Thin Red Line is a staggering accomplishment, a profoundly moving, existential trip to war's heart of darkness, set during the battle for Guadalcanal. And Nagisa Oshima's extraordinarily bold Japanese POW camp drama Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, starring David Bowie as a mysterious prisoner targeted by an obsessive camp commander, is one of the controversial director's most acclaimed and beloved films. Plus, two jazzy sixties hits—Godard's Breathless, with Jean-Paul Belmondo, celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, and Stanley Donen's Charade, starring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant—come out in new Criterion Blu-ray editions.
DVD Review PIERROT LE FOU
The strength of Criterion's previous release of Godard's pulp crime masterpiece makes the decision to upgrade to Blu-ray a tough one—until you see the image transfer, that is, and head to eBay to sell your old copy.
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