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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation | DVD | (24/11/2003)
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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is the third instalment of the Griswold family saga and a significant improvement over their previous European Vacation. Disaster-prone dad (Chevy Chase) discovers just how dangerous the Christmas season really is as the Griswolds' old-fashioned holiday celebration turns out to be more "Bah! Humbug!" than Christmas cheer. Chase is right at home with the outrageous slapstick and often cheerfully tasteless humour, and John Hughes's script is stuffed full of classic Christmas movie references, but Randy Quaid practically steals the film as the unemployed relative with his malicious grin and mooching lifestyle. Not exactly a holiday classic and a bit spotty, this gag-filled comedy is just obnoxious enough for the Scrooge lurking inside everyone. And fear not, a happy ending awaits all. Watch for future star Juliette Lewis as Chase's teenage daughter. --Sean Axmaker
American History X | DVD | (25/10/1999)
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Chevy Chase Vacation Collection | DVD | (12/07/2010)
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National Lampoon's Vacation (1983): The inept but sincere Clark W. Griswold (Chevy Chase) takes misfortune in his stride. So what if they lose all their money when their new car gets wrecked? And it's not too bad when Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) deposits sour Aunt Edna (Imogene Coca) in their back seat for a lift to Phoenix. But what really keeps Clark's eyes on the road is a flirtation with a mysterious blonde (Christie Brinkley) in a red Ferrari... National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985 ): Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo return as Clark and Ellen winners of a European tour on which their teenagers Rusty (Jason Lively) and Audrey (Dana Hill) join them. Deluxe accommodations...aren't. Clark tries left-sided English driving leaving Stonehenge unhinged. In Bavariaia slap-dancing polka turns into a slaphappy free-for-all. It's holiday road havoc for the Griswalds - and your high road to hilarity! National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989): The Griswolds' Christmas holiday is anything but an occasion for peace on earth and there's certainly not much goodwill to spare when the rest of the repulsive family arrive for a spot of rejoicing. The third in the series is one of the best - who hasn't lived through the horror of hanging the Christmas lights and then spending hours looking for the one bulb that's broken? National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation (1997): This time the Griswolds are on a roll! Chevy Chase returns as bubbly bumbling Clark in Vegas Vacation a jokers-are-wild laughfest including two other stars from past Vacations. Beverly D'Angelo is back as wife Ellen doting on the guy she calls Sparky and Randy Quaid again delights as grubby goofball Cousin Eddie. Ethan Embry and screen-debuting Marisol Nichols are Griswold teens who love the round-the-clock nightlife as long as they don't share it with mum and dad! From Siegfried and Roy's extravaganza to a Hoover dam tour from cruising to losing (Wallace Shawn as a shifty blackjack dealer) to amorous crooning (Wayne Newton falls for Ellen): watch Clark try to keep family and wallet together!
Hair | DVD | (06/08/2001)
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Milos Forman's 1979 film of the 1968 musical Hair is far more watchable than it has any right to be. Controversial though the original stage version might have been at the time, it has not dated well. It was written back when most people thought the Vietnam War was a good idea and long hair on men a signifier of a hopelessly corrupt society, rather than the other way around. By the time the belated movie adaptation arrived attitudes had changed, and what made Hair so unique had become commonplace. However, the exuberance of the performances (led by Treat Williams) and the enduring appeal of some of the songs makes this movie version of Hair, even today, entirely impossible to dislike. On the DVD: The only extra is the theatrical trailer which, much like the film itself, is quite a cute period piece. Inexplicably, the scene-searching menu is not arranged by song, making it infuriatingly difficult to locate the tune you want, unless you already know the movie so well, which would leave little point in hearing these songs again anyway. --Andrew Mueller
National Lampoon Vacation Boxset | Blu Ray | (29/07/2013)
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Christmas Vacation Special Features: Feature Commentary Theatrical Trailer Vegas Vacation Special Features: Vegas Vacation Trailer National Lampoon's 30th Anniversary Special Features: Introduction by Chevy Chase Randy Quaid and Matty Simmons Commentary by Harold Ramis Chevy Chase Randy Quaid Anthony Michael Hall Dana Barron and Matty Simmons Inside Story: National Lampoon's Vacation (A&amp;E Special) Theatrical Trailer
Wakefield | DVD | (31/07/2017)
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A man's nervous breakdown causes him to leave his wife and live in his attic for several months.
The House Bunny | DVD | (16/02/2009)
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In The House Bunny Anna Faris stars as Shelly a Playboy bunny who is tossed out of the Playboy mansion. Down on her luck she has nowhere to go until she falls in with the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. The members of the sorority - who have got to be the seven most socially clueless women on the planet - are about to lose their house. They need a dose of what only the eternally bubbly Shelly can provide...
American History X | Blu Ray | (05/11/2012)
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Perhaps the highest compliment you can pay to Edward Norton is that his Oscar-nominated performance in American History X nearly convinces you that there is a shred of logic in the tenets of white supremacy. If that statement doesn't horrify you, it should; Norton is so fully immersed in his role as a neo-Nazi skinhead that his character's eloquent defense of racism is disturbingly persuasive--at least on the surface. Looking lean and mean with a swastika tattoo and a mind full of hate, Derek Vinyard (Norton) has inherited racism from his father, and that learning has been intensified through his service to Cameron (Stacy Keach), a grown-up thug playing tyrant and teacher to a growing band of disenfranchised teens from Venice Beach, California, all hungry for an ideology that fuels their brooding alienation. The film's basic message--that hate is learned and can be unlearned--is expressed through Derek's kid brother, Danny (Edward Furlong), whose sibling hero-worship increases after Derek is imprisoned (or, in Danny's mind, martyred) for the killing of two black men. Lacking Derek's gift of rebel rhetoric, Danny is easily swayed into the violent, hateful lifestyle that Derek disowns during his thoughtful time in prison. Once released, Derek struggles to save his brother from a violent fate, and American History X partially suffers from a mix of intense emotions, awkward sentiment and predictably inevitable plotting. And yet British director Tony Kaye (who would later protest against Norton's creative intervention during post-production) manages to juggle these qualities--and a compelling clash of visual styles--to considerable effect. No matter how strained their collaboration may have been, both Kaye and Norton can be proud to have created a film that addresses the issue of racism with dramatically forceful impact. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
National Lampoon's Vacation | DVD | (28/06/1999)
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Vacation paved the way for the John Hughes movie dynasty of the 1980s. Written by Hughes (who would go on to write, direct, and/or produce The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Uncle Buck, Home Alone, and so on) and directed by Harold Ramis (Caddyshack, Groundhog Day, Stuart Saves His Family), the first Vacation movie introduces us to the all-American Griswold family: father Clark (Chevy Chase), mother Ellen (Beverly D'Angelo), son Rusty (future Hughes staple Anthony Michael Hall), and daughter Audrey (Dana Barron). They all pile into the car for a cross-country road trip to Walley World, stopping along the way to view the world's biggest ball of twine. John Candy, Imogene Coca, and Randy Quaid (as yokel Cousin Eddie) pop up along the way. The movie was a big hit, and was followed by several sequels--National Lampoon's European Vacation, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, and National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation--but this one is still probably the freshest and funniest of the bunch. --Jim Emerson
Eye For An Eye | DVD | (02/09/2002)
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Karen McCann's orderly life is shattered when a stranger breaks into her home and murders her 17-year-old daughter. But shock and grief turn into rage and disbelief when the killer is released on a legal technicality. When he commits another murder and is set free once again Karen is determined to make him pay for his crimes.
High Spirits | DVD | (12/01/2009)
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Aging aristocrat Peter Plunkett has managed to turn his ancestors remote Irish castle into a lacklustre bed and breakfast. But as the debt collectors start closing in and threaten to repossess his inheritance Peter must find a way to keep the family home from prying hands. In a ruse to draw in American Tourists Peter Plunkett advertises the hotel as the most haunted castle in Europe. Along with his faithful members of staff Peter makes a shambolic attempt at convincing a coach of holidaymakers that deathly apparitions roam the halls and corridors and banchees scream at the stroke of midnight. What Peter didn't expect was the appearance of several actual ghosts rising from the grave and becoming romantically involved with the guests. Directed By Neil Jordan (A Company Of Wolves Interview With The Vampire) High Spirits is a brilliantly whimsical entertaining spooky comedy featuring one of film legend Peter O Toole's funniest performances. Also starring Steve Guttenberg Daryl Hannah Liam Neeson Beverly D'Angelo and Jennifer Tilly.
Cheech And Chong - Get Out Of My Room | DVD | (05/06/2006)
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A mock documentary filmed mostly in and around LA with interviews of Cheech and Chong interspersed between four videos of songs from their last album. Songs include: 'Get outta my room' and 'Born in East LA'.
A Streetcar Named Desire | DVD | (23/02/2004)
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A drama about a brutish insensitive man who sexually terrorises his neurotic sister-in-law and drives her over the brink of sanity....
Honky Tonk Freeway | DVD | (11/08/2014)
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Directed by Oscar winner John Schlesinger and starring William Devane Beau Bridges Beverly D'Angelo Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy Honky Tonk Freeway is an exuberant satire on America's undying love affair with all things on wheels. This wildly good-natured and outrageously entertaining roadside farce is presented here in a brand-new digital transfer in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. It's vacation time and carloads of Americans are making their way to Florida in relentless pursuit of a good time; among the travellers are an aspiring children's author a couple of bank-robbers an elderly lady with a drink problem and two nuns. They little realise they're about to be caught up in a small-time mayor's madcap scheme to turn his neglected town into a tourist trap! Special Features: Original Theatrical Teaser and Trailer Image Gallery Original Promotional Material PDF
Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure | DVD | (12/03/2012)
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From an old San Francisco house, the BROOKS FAMILY struggles to make ends meet. Times are tough for MICHAEL BROOKS (Dean Cain), his wife AMELIA (Kirstin Eggers), and their children-- eleven year-old ERIC (Leo Howard) and his six year-old sister LANEY (Alyssa Shafer). Laney's best friend is the small family dog AUSSIE, a stray that Michael brought home from a trip to Australia. Laney and Aussie have a unique bond of friendship. They do absolutely everything together...that is, until the day Michael brings home a very special gift for his daughter.Michael makes a trip to his childhood neighborhood, Chinatown, where he runs into an old friend... a mysterious, wise woman named MEI MEI (Emily Kuroda). When Michael describes his daughter to Mei Mei, the elderly shopkeeper recommends a very special TEDDY BEAR as the perfect gift. But this is no ordinary toy. When it connects with the true love of a child, the bear glows and communicates with its owner. Laney immediately connects with the bear, sensing that it is more than just a stuffed animal. She names him TED.From the moment he arrives, Laney and Ted are inseparable. Aussie becomes jealous and purposely loses Ted. However, when he sees how sad his master is, Aussies guilty conscience pushes him to make amends. The dog embarks on a perilous journey to rescue the teddy bear.United in their love for Laney, Aussie and Ted must find their way back homea daunting task, since the Brooks family has been forced to move far from town to the farm of AUNT ZELDA (Beverly DAngelo). Ted helps Aussie learn that nothing is impossible, as long as you believe in yourself. On their journey, the two become a team of unlikely heroes. AUSSIE AND TEDS GREAT ADVENTURE is a funny, heartfelt story about the true meaning of friendship.
A Child Lost Forever | DVD | (29/01/2007)
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's an unwed teenaged mother Jerry Sherwood was forced to give up her baby for adoption. But even as the years pass Jerry can never forget the child she has lost. She sets out to find him only to receive a terrible shock: her little son died in the home of his seemingly caring foster parents. Jerry begins to investigate the mysterious circumstances of her child's death - and the further she goes the more she is convinced that she has stumbled across a hushed-up case of child abuse.
Big Trouble | DVD | (08/12/2003)
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The last film directed by John Cassavetes, Big Trouble reteamed some of the creators of the much funnier The In-laws. But despite another script by Andrew Bergman, and a cast that reunited Alan Arkin and Peter Falk, this comedy doesn't live up to its predecessor. A spoof of Double Indemnity, the film casts Arkin as a nervous insurance agent faced with huge college tuition bills for a trio of sons headed for Yale. To make extra money, he gets involved in a scheme with a woman (Beverly D'Angelo) trying to kill her husband (Falk). That the whole thing turns out to be an adventure in insurance fraud shouldn't come as a surprise. Despite an inconsistent script, the chemistry between Arkin and Falk can still produce the occasional laugh. --Marshall Fine
Man Trouble | DVD | (02/04/2007)
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He plans to steal... more than her heart. In this wild romantic comedy with a decidedly off-beat sense of humour Jack Nicholson stars as Harry a wisecracking con-man who owns a guard dog agency. When Joan (Ellen Barkin) an opera singer seeks his aid after her house is broken into Harry inadvertently makes them the target of hit men - and puts them at the mercy of Harry's out-of-control canines. Harry Dean Stanton as a less-than-honourable businessman and Beverly D'Angelo as Joan's eccentric sister also star.
A Dirty Little Business | DVD | (01/09/2001)
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Alex a Russian Immigrant lands a job in an L.A. factory making sex toys where he soon finds himself in a hilarious offbeat love affair.
Sam Kinison - Why Did We Laugh? | DVD | (30/10/2006)
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A Film About The Man For fans of comedy Sam Kinison needs no introduction. His scathing comedy tackled tough topics like no other comedian dared. Fed up with his career as a preacher Sam left the ministry to try his hand at comedy. Almost immediately his peircing scream and extreme humour attracted attention. Containing rare early footage of Sam preaching and performing stand-up at the world famous Comedy Store Why Did We Laugh? tells the story of a comedic genius who touched a deeper chord.