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Johnny Knoxville is back as everyone's favorite octogenarian in the outrageous follow-up crammed full of never-before-seen pranks. Includes the all-new movie along with over 40 minutes of additional footage including a roundtable discussion with Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze and director Jeff Tremaine about the evolution of Irving Zisman, a series of pranks gone bad, outtakes and more.
Depicts the first time that Superman; his alter ego, Clark Kent; award-winning journalist Lois Lane; and Perry White, Editor-in-Chief of the Metropolis newspaper The Daily Planet, had been seen in animated form since they were immortalized in the iconic Superman short films of the 1940s. In addition, this series marked the animation debut of photo journalist Jimmy Olsen, as well as classic Superman villains such as archenemies Lex Luthor and Brainiac.
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For anyone who has been victimized by bullying, thoughts of justice can easily be twisted into an obsession for comeuppance. But when does justice turn to revenge? Can 'measure for measure' become a mind-bending thirst for retribution, blurring the lines between perpetrator and victim?
Years after a cruel kids' prank during a birthday party for 8-year-old Tommy (Tommy Knight) left hired clown Richard 'Stitches' Grindle (Ross Noble) dead on the kitchen floor, the childhood friends gather to plan a birthday bash to end all bashes. But they haven't counted on the degenerate jester rising from the grave...
It's the hilarious story of a group of underdog kids who discover their beloved summer camp has been sold to a crazy fitness fanatic (Ben Stiller) who's determined to make their lives miserable! The new owner plans to keep the boys huffing and puffing, but these hungry kids have a plan of their own. They unite to turn the tables, take back their woodsy hideaway and challenge the rival camp to themost outrageous summer games of all!
Four films and an all-star cast tackle everything from drinking and drugs, prom, chrushes (and not always appropriate ones), racial equality and bullying. It's a veritable high school survivor kit!
In this documentary, through restored vintage audio recordings, Pickford narrates her own story along with actor Michael York. Classic film clips, rare home movies, and cameo interviews with Adolph Zukor (founder of Paramount Studios), famed aviator Amelia Earhart, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Lillian Gish, Buddy Rogers (Pickford's last husband), as well as the only interview ever given by Pickford's daughter, Roxanne Rogers Monroe, give the viewer an in-depth look into the early world of the American cinema.
Interviews with Martin Scorsese, Asa Butterfield, Chloe Grace Moretz and Ben Kingsley that were completed for the DVD/Blu-ray release of Hugo
Over 30 minutes of exclusive, never-before-seen footage. Bonus features include outrageous outtakes and deleted scenes, as well as a look at the origins of the Jackass franchise and footage from the Jackass European tour where the troupe brought mayhem across the pond to England, Ireland and Spain while filming more of their insanely inventive stunts.
DVD Review SHOCK CORRIDOR
Samuel Fuller has no use for understatement or subtlety, especially when he encamps to the insane asylum.
Collection Includes: The Big Heat and Available on DVD for the First Time: The Sniper, 5 Against the House, Murder by Contract, The Lineup. Bonus Features Include Special Introductions by Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann and Christopher Nolan and Commentary by James Ellroy and Eddie Muller
DVD Review ENTOURAGE: THE COMPLETE FIFTH SEASON
Vince and the boys are back for more. Sure the show's formulaic, but each and every episode is still tons of fun.
DVD Review THE SEVENTH SEAL
"I've been to Atlantic City a hundred times, I've never seen Death walking on the beach."—Steve Guttenberg in Diner
DVD Review FORBIDDEN HOLLYWOOD COLLECTION, VOLUME THREE
Six films' worth of pre-Code goodness, from the TCM Archives.
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