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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.
After six years of keeping our malls safe, Paul Blart (Kevin James) has earned a well-deserved vacation and heads to Las Vegas with his teenage daughter for a security guard expo. But safety never takes a holiday and when Blart stumbles upon a heist he must answer the call and once again, save the day. Also stars Raini Rodriguez, Eduardo Verastegui, Daniella Alonso, Neal McDonough, David Henrie and Shirley Knight.
Former hotshot racecar driver Peter Roberts (Thomas Jane) traded the winner’s circle for safety, stability, a pile of debts and a 9 to 5 job as a beginners’ driving instructor. But his life shifts into overdrive when mysterious out-of-towner Simon Keller (John Cusack) shows up for a driving lesson and hijacks Peter to be his getaway driver in a $9 million heist. Now these unlikely fugitives are on a white knuckle race to stay one step ahead of the mobsters who want their money back...
Yippee Ki Yay, John McClane is back, this time with his son and twice the excitement. Keeping audiences on the edge of their seats for 25 years, the latest chapter of the popular action franchise delivers the thrills and the ultimate father-son action duo. Bruce Willis is back in action -- mind-blowing, heart-stopping, rip-roaring action -- as McClane, the heroic New York cop with a knack for being in the wrong place at the right time.
Korea's highest-grossing movie to date, with more than a half-million tickets sold on the first day and over 10 million tickets sold in the first three weeks. Director Dong-hoo Choi's high stakes heist film follows five thieves at the top of their game as they plan to plan to pull off a major Casino robbery.
A young boy, a video camera, and a bank robbery gone wrong, set the stage for this hip-hop musical drama. With nothing to go on but video footage, Detectives Roberts (Malik Yoba) and Detectives Brown (David Marciano) try to piece together the crime by interrogating the one surviving crewmember Mark (Kirk 'Sticky Fingaz' Jones).
The legendary Frankenstein in an unimaginably vicious new competition that pits teams of hardened convicts against each other in a blood-spattered, winner-take-all race through South Africa. This explosive, unrated addition to the high-octane franchise revs up the adrenaline with more extreme action, outrageous new vehicles, brutal stunts and an all-star cast.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena are a pair of LAPD officers patrolling one of the city's most violent and gang-ridden areas. A gut-wrenching, first-person account of life on the streets from writer and director David Ayer, End of Watch offers audiences a rare window into the world of law enforcement, packed with action, humor and emotion.
Cast and crew are hard at work in France on the set of Malavita with Luc Besson directing. Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Tommy Lee Jones, Dianna Agron and John D'Leo head a talented ensemble of actors in this darkly comedic action film.
From legendary producer Roger Corman comes a suspense thriller about taking on the house and beating the odds. Featured at the 2012 Las Vegas Film Festival, Stealing Las Vegas boasts a winner-take-all cast including Eric Roberts, Antonio Fargas and Michael Tylo.
When a bank heist goes wrong, six ruthless bank robbers become stranded in an off-the-grid forest when their vehicle goes missing during the planning of their escape. With more than three million dollars and a flight out of the country at stake, the men attempt to navigate out of the woods only to encounter a highly-skilled Vietnam War veteran who uses his military training and tactics to track and kill all who enter the forest.
Two New York City detectives have just been assigned to the biggest homicide case their division has ever seen. They must track down a serial killer with an appetite for some of hip-hop's biggest stars. As the detectives dive into this case, they uncover a complex web of murder, sex and money that leads them to the killer's next victim. They must get to him before it's too late -- only then will they be able to catch their culprit.
Stars a group of active-duty U.S. Navy SEALs, alongside actors Roselyn Sanchez, Alex Veadov, Jason Cottle and Nester Serrano, in a film like no other in Hollywood's history. A fictionalized account of real life Navy SEAL operation features a riveting story that takes audiences on an adrenaline-fueled, edge-of-their-seat journey. Combines stunning combat sequences, up-to-the-minute battlefield technology, and heart-pumping emotion for the ultimate action adventure film-showcasing the skills, training and tenacity of the greatest action heroes of them all: real Navy SEALs.
Mark Wahlberg stars as legendary smuggler Chris Farraday, who has left his criminal past behind to be with his wife (Kate Beckinsale) and sons. When a ruthless drug kingpin (Giovanni Ribisi) threatens his family, Farraday must summon his old skills and contacts for one last run. Contraband takes you to the cutthroat underground world of international smuggling, and on a thrilling adventure...
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.
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