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The action-comedy stars James Franco as a celebrity talk show host and Seth Rogen as his producer longing to make the jump to serious news. After snagging an exclusive in-person interview with North Korea's Kim Jong-un (Randall Park), the unlikely pair are recruited by a covert CIA agent (Lizzy Caplan) to embark on a mission to take out the reclusive dictator.
Tells interwoven stories from a diverse group of people who are united by one thing--a powerful book from an anonymous and reclusive author with a cast featuring Tom Berenger, Kevin Connolly, Sylvester Stallone, Kyra Sedgwick, Nelly, Cary Elwes, Thomas Jane, Kelsey Grammer, Ryan Kwanten, and Tom Sizemore.
Powers Boothe, Meg Foster, Charley Boorman, and Estee Chandler in John Boorman's wildly ambitious parable that transports us to a singularly imaginative realm. An exotic and erotic nightmare replete with one lushly enrapturing scene after another.
When John (Neil Maskell) is brutally murdered, his shy, mild-mannered brother, Joe (Martin Compston), finds solace in Piggy (Paul Anderson), one of John's long-time friends. Taking the reclusive, grieving brother under his wing, Piggy teaches Joe his gritty, vigilante ways.
Wherever men and women cast their lines for the mighty Atlantic salmon, Megan Boyd's name is whispered in mythic reverence, and stories about her surface and swirl like fairy tales. In a cottage in northern Scotland without electricity, telephone or running water, Boyd long ago practiced her trade and mastered her craft, twirling bits of exotic feather and fur, silver and gold around a tiny metal hooks. They were seductive and perfect metaphors - in every strand there was a story, a mystery waiting to be unraveled.
The first two seasons of Person of Interest are now available via digital download to own. Consumers may purchase all 23 episodes from season one and all 22 episodes from season two through all digital retailers, including iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.
Tense and atmospheric, this spooky story features outstanding performances and plenty of suspense from the father of the modern ghost story. Iain Cuthbertson is thoroughly chilling as Karswell, and Jan Francis plays the increasingly desperate Dunning to the hilt in this tense and atmospheric British thriller.
In one of his few screen appearances, reclusive actor Duane Jones (Night of the Living Dead) stars as anthropologist Hess Green, who is stabbed with an ancient ceremonial dagger by his unstable assistant (Gunn), endowing him with the blessing of immortality, and the curse of an unquenchable thirst for blood. When the assistant's beautiful and outspoken wife Ganja (Marlene Clark in an unforgettable performance) comes searching for her vanished husband, she and Hess form an unexpected partnership. Together, they explore just how much power there is in the blood.
Academy Award(R) winning screenwriter William Monahan makes his directorial debut with this stylish and action-packed tale. A sexy, stylish gangster thriller bristling with wit and brutal intrigue, London Boulevard stars Colin Farrell and Keira Knightley as star-crossed lovers who run afoul of one of London's most vicious crime bosses.
DVD Review HIGH AND LOW
Toshiro Mifune as a true master of the universe, in Akira Kurosawa's brutally taut crime story. On Blu-ray from our friends at Criterion, and it's never looked better.
Lovely and quietly intelligent, local chambermaid Hélène (Bonnaire) comes upon a couple (Beals and Marie Antoinette's Dominic Gould) engaged in an intensely sensual chess match, and discovers she has a knack for the game. This obsession, much to the chagrin of her husband and teenaged daughter, leads her to seek the clandestine tutelage of a reclusive American doctor (Kline, in his first French- speaking role)—a liaison that radically transforms both of their lackluster lives.
The late legend Miles Davis singlehandedly changed the course of jazz history to bring it closer to funk and rock, confounding the critics and all who came before him. He remained a reclusive figure, enigmatic and indefinable both onstage and off. Now, for the first time, Eagle Rock Entertainment has collected the "Highlights" of his numerous headline appearances at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland.
DVD Review BUNNY AND THE BULL
In the same vein as many of today's British comedies, this promises to be an original, quirky, and offbeat exercise in hilarity.
When Bob Dylan turns 70 in May 2011, his iconic career will have spanned five decades. Yet, a true portrait of the reclusive "voice of the generation" has eluded Dylan fans. Through exclusive insider interviews, and never-before-seen photos and footage spanning Dylan's 50-year career, Bob Dylan Revealed offers an intimate biography of who Bob Dylan was, and who he is today.
The Blu-ray will include the "International Version" which features 23 minutes of footage not included in the original U.S. theatrical version. Written and directed by acclaimed French filmmaker Luc Besson (Arthur and the Invisibles, The Fifth Element), Léon: The Professional is a no-holds-barred tension-fraught flick full of bloodlust and deceit, driven by a friendship between a hired gun and a little girl.
DVD Review MARLENE
Up close and personal with one of the great temptresses in the history of the big screen.
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