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Zulu on DVDFrom $5.95
On the January 22nd 1879 the British Army suffers one of it's worst defeats when Zulu forces massacre 1,500 of its troops. Zulu is one of the great movies, an epic adventure of courage in the face of incredible odds. Based on a true story it tells the amazing tale of 100 British soldiers who stood fast against an overwhelming force of 4,000 of the Zulu nation's mightiest warriors in the defence of Rorkes Drift in 1879.Superbly photographed in Technirama, few other movies have grippingly captured the tension and terror of combat as wave upon wave of warriors is unleashed on the tiny garrison. Set amongst stunning South African scenery, Zulu is a landmark action film and a fitting tribute to some of the most magnificent acts of heroism in the history of warfare.Michael Caine's role as the arrogant but corageous Lr. Bromhead brought him international fame, and there are powerful performances from other great British actors including Stanley Baker and Jack Hawkins.
Walk the Line (Definitive Edition) on DVDFrom $14.95
Singer. Rebel. Outlaw. Hero. With his driving freight-train chords, steel-eyed intensity and a voice as dark as the night, the legendary 'Man in Black' revolutionised music - and forged his legacy as a genuine American Icon. Academy Award Nominee Joaquin Phoenix and Academy Award Winner Reese Witherspoon star (and sing) as Johnny Cash and June Carter in this inspiring true story of one man's unwavering devotion to his sound, his message and the greatest love of his life.
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Back in the late '80s, Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Mickey Rourke) was a headlining professional wrestler. Now, twenty years later, he ekes out a living performing for handfuls of diehard wrestling fans in high school gyms and community centers around New Jersey. Estranged from his daughter (Evan Rachel Wood) and unable to sustain any real relationships, Randy lives for the thrill of the show and the adoration of his fans. However, a heart attack forces him into retirement. As his sense of identity starts to slip away, he begins to evaluate the state of his life -- trying to reconnect with his daughter, and strikes up a blossoming romance with an aging stripper (Marisa Tomei). Yet all this cannot compare to the allure of the ring and passion for his art, which threatens to pull Randy "The Ram" back into his world of wrestling. Director Darren Aronofsky presents a powerful portrait of a battered dreamer, who despite himself and the odds stacked against him, lives to be a hero once again in the only place he considers home inside the ring.
The Woodlanders on DVDFrom $9.95
The Woodlanders is a thoroughly immersive British period drama from director Phil Agland. Agland's lilting reinterpretation of Thomas Hardy's novel features immaculate attention to visual detail and standout performances from the acclaimed Rufus Sewell and Emily Woof. The story unfolds in the small woodland village of Little Hintock and concerns the efforts of an honest woodsman, Giles Wlnterbourne (Sewell), to marry his childhood sweetheart, Grace Melbury (Woof). Although the two have been informally betrothed for some time, her father has made financial sacrifices to give his adored only child a superior education and no longer considers Giles worthy of his daughter. When the new doctor - a well-born and handsome young man named Edred Fitzpiers (Cal Macaninch) takes an interest in Grace, her father does all he can to make Grace forget Giles. Grace has more awe than love for Fitzpiers, but marries him nonetheless. After the honeymoon, the couple take up residence in an unused wing of Melbury's house. Soon, however, Fitzpiers begins an affair with a rich widow named Mrs. Charmond (Polly Walker), takes to treating Grace coldly, and finally deserts her one night after he accidentally reveals his true character to his father-in-law. The events that follow highlight The Woodlanders as an enduring tale of tragic love, scandalous infidelity, and the bitter truths underpinning traditional Victorian class structure. Stunningly shot, with award-winning cinematography and a palpable chemistry radiating from its dedicated stars, The Woodlanders is time-honoured storytelling of the highest class.
The Wanderers on DVDFrom $14.95
In the Bronx in the early sixties all that mattered was the name on your jacket. The Wanderers, led by heart throb, Richie (Ken Wahl) are just one of the gangs fighting for turf in this darkly comic re-imagining of the golden age of American innocence. Love, loyalty and pretty girls keep The Wanderers busy while they fend off The Baldies, The Duckie Boys and The Del Roys - and struggle to keep their crew together... no matter what. A cult classic directed by Academy Award nominee, Philip Kaufman, The Wanderers features a superb soundtrack full of sixties rock 'n' roll hits.
Walkabout on DVDFrom $14.95
Nicolas Roeg's mystical masterpiece chronicles the physical, spiritual, and emotional journey of a sister and brother abandoned in the harsh Australian outback. Joining an Aboriginal on his walkabout - a tribal initiation into manhood - these modern children pass from innocence into experience as they are thrust from the comforts of civilisation into the savagery of the natural world. One of the most individualistic and visually accomplished filmmakers of our time, Roeg perfectly captures the tragic conflict between natural instincts and civilised behaviour.
The Verdict on DVDFrom $9.95
Sidney Lumet's riveting courtroom drama earned five Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Actor for Paul Newman's towering performance as a down-and-out alcoholic attorney who stumbles onto one last chance to redeem himself. When attorney Frank Calvin (Newman) is given an open and shut medical malpractice case that no one thinks he can win, he courageously decides to refuse a settlement from the hospital. Instead he takes the case, and the entire legal system, to court.
Unfinished Sky on DVDFrom $9.95
When Tahmeena stumbles onto John's isolated farm, he has no choice but to take her in. An illegal refugee, she's been badly beaten and speaks no English. While John's not inclined to welcome visitors, not since the suspicious death of his wife, he's even less inclined to involve the police. So he goes about his business as he waits for her to heal when he plans to send her on her way. A reluctant voyage of mutual discovery begins as these two strangers are forced to communicate and connect through signs and pictures and come a gradual understanding of each other's language. Tahmeena brings the homestead back to life, reopening John's eyes to the beauty of his land. In return, John does his best to track down the daughter she sent ahead from war-ravaged Afghanistan. As the layers of mistrust and hurt are peeled away, a love affair - passionate and poetic - unfolds to reveal the beauty of freedom, hope and choice. But they can't stay hidden away on the farm forever. They won't be truly free until they venture out. And when they do, the men who think they own Tahmeena come looking for her - and they won't leave without her. Starring Australia's William McInnes (Look Both Ways) and Holland's Monic Hendrickx (Nynke), and written and directed by Peter Duncan (Children of the Revolution, Passion), Unfinished Sky is a grown up love story with a dramatic twist.
Tyson on DVDFrom $14.95
This is director James Toback's no-holds-barred look at a controversial sporting icon. Mike Tyson has been many things throughout his extraordinary career: undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, media personality, convicted felon, family man and even bankruptcy victim. Here he tells his story in his own words, raw and uncensored. Featuring plenty of amazing footage from Tyson's greatest-ever fights; you won't be able to look away from this brutally honest portrait. Prepare to experience Tyson as you've never seen him before.
Transamerica on DVDFrom $9.95
"It's a movie for anyone who's ever felt different and alone. For anyone who's discovered that growing up is hard to do. For anyone who likes to laugh. For anyone who yearns to connect. For anyone with a crazy family. For anyone who likes to travel. For anyone who understands that though you will feel pain as well as joy...keeping your heart open is the only way to live." Writer/Director Duncan Tucker. On the verge of qualifying for the surgery that will complete her transformation from Stanley to Sabrina, Bree (Felicity Huffman) is given one last hurdle by her therapist - she must confront Toby (Kevin Zegers), a previously unknown son from a once-only heterosexual encounter over twenty years ago, currently in police custody. When they meet, Toby believes Bree to be a Christian missionary and has no clue that she's a he, or that he's her son. Together they head on a road trip from New York to LA, where Bree is to have her operation and Toby will pursue stardom. What transpires between them is often hilarious and moving as two lost souls discover their connection. What ensues is a compressed course in parenthood for Bree, a lesson in trust for Toby and a truckload of fun for the viewer. As each tries to maintain their facade, Bree and Toby find themselves travelling across the heartland of a continent on a charming, tender and often hilarious journey.