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Tupac Shakur: Thug Angel (UMD, 2005)
Much has been written and filmed concerning the tragic and violent death of one of hip-hop's most influential artists, Tupac Shakur. The rapper-actor, who proclaimed himself a "thug," had a visceral u...
A former Special Forces agent, Frank (Jason Statham) now works as a driver for a family in Miami. But when their young son is kidnapped, Frank will stop at nothing to find the criminals who are holdin...
Alternative music heroes the Deftones have perfected a slick yet rebellious style of music that combines elements of punk, pop, heavy metal, and even some rap. On LIVE IN HAWAII, they join an impressi...
It would be a sin to reveal too much about this riveting and bizarre thriller from Korean director Chan Wook Park, except to say that it's about a man named Dae-Su (Choi Min-Sik) who is locked in a ho...
Secondhand Lions (UMD, 2005)
Set in Texas in the 1950s, SECONDHAND LIONS tells the touching story of Walter (Haley Joel Osment), a shy teenager sent to stay with two estranged uncles for the summer. Various rumors surround the tw...
The Rundown (UMD, 2005)
The Rock (aka Duane Johnson) firmly establishes himself as a major Hollywood force in THE RUNDOWN, an engaging action-comedy directed by Peter Berg. Johnson/Rock plays Beck, a retriever-for-hire, who ...
Hostel 2 (UMD, 2007)
With only one film under his belt and the endorsement of Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth became a virtual horror brand with HOSTEL (2005), a yarn about a group of thrill-seeking American college dudes bac...
SWINGERS director Doug Liman assembles a hip cast in this follow-up to his hit debut. A group of young Californians do drugs, deal drugs, go to raves, have carnal adventures and get in many kinds of t...
Lords of Dogtown (UMD, 2005)
Anyone who grew up in Southern California will talk with both nostalgia and frustration about the periodic summers of drought in which the oppressive heat is exacerbated by a shortage of its antidote-...
House of the Dead (UMD, 2005)
Uwe Boll's HOUSE OF THE DEAD, based on a video game, manages to capture the goofy, giddy flavor of the drive-in features and Saturday morning cartoons of the 1970s. The story involves a sextet of attr...
The story of the notorious Alferd Packer, the only man ever convicted of cannibalism in the United States, as told by the creators of SOUTH PARK. A musical comedy horror extravaganza, originally made ...
An odd, distinctly British sketch show, LITTLE BRITAIN rose to become one of the most popular comedy shows in its native U.K. Starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams in a variety of guises, each sketch...
The Diaper Mafia seizes control of the Tromaville School for the Very Special. Now it's Toxie and his faithful sidekick Lardass to the rescue. Only one thing can stop the two heros from saving Tromavi...
For his third feature film, British director Sam Mendes (AMERICAN BEAUTY) turns to the pages of Anthony Swofford's 2003 book on his experiences in the first Gulf War, and enlists William Broyles Jr.--...
The Bourne Supremacy (UMD, 2005)
Matt Damon returns as amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne in this fast-paced follow-up to 2002's THE BOURNE IDENTITY. Forced out of hiding as the result of an attempt on his life, Bourne fulfills his earli...
A remake of the Japanese horror hit JU-ON (widely considered to be one of the scariest movies ever made), THE GRUDGE is helmed by its original director Takeshi Shimizu. Like its predecessor, this Holl...
Dark Water (UMD, 2005, Unrated)
Based on a story by Japanese novelist Koji Suzuki and a film by Hideo Nakata (THE RING), DARK WATER is a thrilling exercise in psychological terror. Jennifer Connelly stars as Dahlia, a troubled woman...
A presidential assassination attempt is told from multiple points of view in Pete Travis's directorial debut, VANTAGE POINT. U.S. president Ashton (William Hurt) is in Salamanca, Spain (though much of...
Crossover (UMD, 2008)
Director and screenwriter Preston A. Whitmore II (THE WALKING DEAD) captures the phenomenon of streetball and brings it to the big screen in this tale about two old friends whose lives seem very diffe...
Deep Purple: Concerto for Group and Orchestra (UMD, 2008)
On September 24, 1969 Jon Lord, a member of the rock band Deep Purple, debuted his Concerto for Group and Orchestra. The piece combined rock and classical music by fusing an orchestra with Deep Purple...
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