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In their only cinematic pairing, screen legends Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson are a dynamic star combo who set the screens ablaze in this intense and startlingly realistic western classic of the Montana Badlands from director Arthur Penn (Bonnie and Clyde). Co-starring Randy Quaid, Frederic Forrest, John P. Ryan and Harry Dean Stanton, scripted by Thomas McGuane
Host Christopher Kimball features the best regional home cooking in the country and relies on the same practical, no-nonsense food approach that has made Cook's Country magazine so successful. Filmed in a renovated 1806 farmhouse where family-friendly recipes are scientifically reimagined for the modern home cook.
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...
Compelling documentary that follows inventor Tim Jenison as he tries to reveal the tools and techniques used by Vermeer to create his life-like works of art 150 years before the invention of photography. Jenison's wildly ambitious quest stretches across the globe and culminates with his attempt at recreating Vermeer's masterpiece, 'The Music Lesson.' In the process something magical happens.
A quaint, little town in Texas, Fossil Ridge, is 100 miles from anywhere - Home to one gas station, which doubles as a diner, and not much else. But the sleepy community is abruptly turned upside down when it's discovered that a local cattle ranch is actually a breeding ground for ferocious velociraptors blood-thirsty dinosaurs long-thought extinct.
Brea Grant set out to make a different kind of post-apocalyptic film, about two characters losing their valuable friendship. Combining indie film aesthetics with science fiction, Brea Grant explores a realistic vision of what could happen during a nuclear disaster, and forces the audience to confront how they would respond under similar circumstances.
Texas cowboy Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) sees his free-wheeling life overturned when he's diagnosed as HIV-positive and given 30 days to live. Determined to survive, Woodroof decides to take matters in his own hands by tracking down alternative treatments from all over the world by means both legal and illegal.
Dallas said goodbye to one of the most iconic television villains of all time, J.R. Ewing, devilishly brought to life by series star Larry Hagman, in the second season of this TNT series.This four-disc DVD collector's set features all 15 episodes from the second season, plus over 3.5 hours of exclusive bonus features, including an exclusive interview with the late Larry Hagman, an extended-cut episode with never-before-seen footage from J.R. Ewing's funeral, a cast and crew tribute to Hagman, and more.
A powerful and timely portrait of Brandon Darby, a left-wing activist turned FBI informant and then Tea Party conservative whose actions led to the arrest of two protesters at the 2008 Republican National Convention. In chronicling the story--and mystery--of Brandon Darby, writer/director Jamie Meltzer, offers an unsettling look at the hidden use of informants in contemporary America - an especially contemporary issue in light of the recent leaks about government surveillance.
Set during a weekend-long computer chess tournament circa 1980, Bujalski's funny and observant comedy depicts a group of programmers engaged in a game of man vs. machine, and their chance collision with another subculture of aging New Agers in a touchy-feely encounter therapy workshop being held in the same hotel.
Cars are crashed, bullets fly, blood spurts, bodies splatter and cocaine is snorted in this high-velocity tale of a drug cartel boss who, after being arrested in a raid, is coerced into betraying his former accomplices as part of an undercover operation. The film stars Louis Koo, Sun Honglei, Michelle Ye, Huang Yi, Wallace Chung, and Li Guangjie.
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This is a documentary about 16 porn stars...I don't need to say another word.
Before a poor, overworked young woman can win back custody of her little boy, she must make amends for a tragic mistake in the uncompromising, critically hailed drama starring Abbie Cornish and directed by David Riker.
Brit (Ashley Benson), Faith (Selena Gomez), Candy (Vanessa Hudgens) and Cotty (Rachel Korine) are best friends anxious to cut loose for spring break, but they don't have the money. After holding up a restaurant for quick cash, the girls head to the beach in a stolen car for what they think will be the party of a lifetime...until they're thrown in jail. But they are bailed out by Alien (Franco), a local rapper, drug pusher and arms dealer, who lures them into a criminal underbelly that's as lurid as it is liberating for a close-knit gang of girlfriends who are still figuring out their paths in life.
Among the 42 cartoons showcased are three are Academy Award winners (Best Short Subject: Cartoons). They include The Little Orphan, in which Jerry takes care of Nibbles, a hungry little mouse who causes chaos at the Thanksgiving table; The Two Mousketeers, which features Jerry and Nibbles as two mousketeers who try to help themselves to a banquet that Tom is guarding; and lastly, Johann Mouse, which stars Jerry as a music-loving, little mouse who lives with composer, Johann Strauss in Vienna.
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