Iron Man Lift off with high-speed, high flying action that takes you instide the suit of Marvel's invincible Super Hero for the ultimate Iron Man experience! After surviving an unexpected attack in enemy territory, jet-setting industrialist Tony Stark builds a high-tech suit of armour and vows to protect the world as Iron Man. Straight for the pages of the legendary comic book, Iron Man is a hero who is built - not born- to be unlike any other! Iron Man 2 Robert Downeyn Jr. returns as billionaire Tony Stark in this thrilling sequel to the worldwide blockbuster. Now that his Super Hero secret has been revealed, Tony's life is more intense than ever. Everyone wants in on the Iron Man technology, whether for power or profit...but for Ivan Vanko ( Whiplash ), it's revenge! Tony must once again suit up and face his most dangerous enemy yet, but not without a few new allies of his own. Co-starring Mickey Rourke, Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle and Scarlett Johansson, Iron Man 2 is Even better than the first...it's a complete blast! Iron Man 3 Marvel Studios (Marvel's Avengers Assemble) unleashes the best Iron Man adventure yet with this must own, unprecedented global phenomenon starring Robert Downey Jr. When Tony Stark/Iron Man finds his entire world reduced to rubble, he must use all his ingenuity to survive, destory his enemy and somehow protect those he loves. But a soul-searching question haunts him: Does the man make the suit...or does the suit make the man? Featuring spectacular special effects, Marvel's Iron Man 3 is a wildly entertaining movie you'll watch again and again. Features: Deleted and Extended scenes S.H.I.E.L.D. Data Vault: An In-Depth look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe HD Commentary by Director Jon Favreau & more Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter Iron Man 3 Unmasked Desconstructing The Scene: Attack on Air Force One Deleted & Extended Scenes Gag Reel Exclusive Behind The Scenes Look - Marvel's Thor: The Dark World Commentary by Shane Black and Drew Pearce
After 10 years with the FBI former FBI serial killer profiler Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) returns home to Seattle with his family . However his work experience has left him able to ""see"" into the minds of killers. This makes him a valued member of the Millennium Group a shadowy organisation dedicated to tracking evil and bringing its perpetrators to justice... The second season of episodes comprising: 1. The Beginning And The End 2. Beware Of The Dog 3. Sense And Antisense
Ninety Minutes. Six Bullets. No Choice. The clock is ticking for Johnny Depp in Nick Of Time a twist-filled race-against-time thriller directed by John Badham. And indeed it is a race filmed in ""real time"" so that onscreen events unfold minute by nail-biting minute as they would in real life. No sooner does accountant arrive at L.A.'s Union Station with his six-year-old daughter than he's plunged into a nightmare. Two shadowy strangers separate Watson from his little girl sl
Millennium marked the second major television series created by Chris Carter, who'd already made his name as the brains behind The X-Files. And, like its predecessor, it shares a lot of the same themes--it's a crime thriller that gradually unfolds into a grand conspiracy involving the government and the fate of the entire world. Agent Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) is a former FBI agent who has transplanted his family from Washington DC to Seattle, after suffering something of a breakdown. He's an expert criminal profiler--arguably the best, thanks to his ability to "see" into the minds of killers--and he fears for the safety of his wife and young daughter. In Seattle, he joins the mysterious Millennium Group, an agency of freelance crime-busters who investigate particularly brutal crimes. As a result, Millennium is downright bleak viewing, as Black jumps from horrific slaying to horrific slaying. Moreover, there's a growing sense of unease about the workings of the Millennium Group, so that in typical Chris Carter fashion, you don't know who to trust. With its pre-Y2K angst and overwhelming darkness, as well as its general humourlessness, Millennium hasn't dated as well as The X-Files. Still, thanks to Carter's vision and Henriksen's compelling take on the tortured Black, it's difficult not to get hooked. --Ted Kord
Lift off with high-speed high-flying action that takes you inside the suit of Marvel's invincible Super Hero for the ultimate Iron Man experience! After surviving an unexpected attack in enemy territory jet-setting industrialist Tony Stark builds a high-tech suit of armour and vows to protect the world as Iron Man. Straight from the pages of the legendary comic book Iron Man is a hero who is built - not born - to be unlike any other! Special Features: Deleted and Extended Scenes
After 10 years with the FBI former FBI serial killer profiler Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) returns home to Seattle with his family . However his work experience has left him able to ""see"" into the minds of killers. This makes him a valued member of the Millennium Group a shadowy organisation dedicated to tracking evil and bringing its perpetrators to justice... The final season of episodes comprise: 1. The Innocents 2. Exegesis 3. TEOTWAWKI 4. Closure 5. ...Thirteen Years
A bumper box set containing all the eerie adventures of Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) from the creator of 'X-Files'! After 10 years with the FBI former FBI serial killer profiler Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) returns home to Seattle with his family . However his work experience has left him able to ""see"" into the minds of killers. This makes him a valued member of the Millennium Group a shadowy organisation dedicated to tracking evil and bringing its perpetrators to justice...
It is the Cold War. The world stands on the brink of nuclear catastrophe as tensions simmer between the US and the Soviet Union. When a US bomber is accidentally ordered to drop a nuclear bomb on Moscow it looks as if the fateful decision for all-out war will be taken by both sides. Having past the point of no return Colonel Jack Grady (George Clooney) pilots his bomber into Soviet territory refusing to yield to verbal commands to turn back. The U.S. President (Richard Dreyfuss)
This pleasant enough comic-strip adaptation features Billy Zane in purple tights and a Lone Ranger mask as a 1930s daredevil who lives in a cave, has a pet dog called Devil, and devotes himself to goodness and justice and that sort of thing. Treat Williams is a nasty millionaire out to collect the evil-plot coupons (a set of jewelled skulls) so he can send off for ultimate, world-ruling power. Zane, plus peppy heroine Kristy Swanson, is out to stop Williams by jumping from aeroplanes onto horses, grinning as he biffs scurvy minions and resisting the wiles of ludicrous lady pirate Catherine Zeta Jones. Unlike most recent comic book films, The Phantom makes no attempt at bringing its 30s-created superhero up to date: there is a lot of charming period detail and a refreshingly unneurotic, healthy hero and heroine team, but it seems a bit embalmed by its resurrection of serial-style thrills. --Kim Newman
Silver Bullet is a generic, by-the-numbers Stephen King film with a Stephen King screenplay adapted from an earlier novella. Back in the innocent days of 1976--the age of innocence gets later every year--the town of Tarker's Fall finds itself in the grip of mass hysteria when something starts tearing people apart. Only a crippled child Martie (Corey Haim) works out the truth, which is that the new pastor is a werewolf. Eventually he manages to convince his supercilious sister Janey and his unreliable drunk Uncle Red (Gary Busey) and there is the usual confrontation involving a silver bullet melted down from the children's religious jewellery; the title also refers to the boy's motorised wheelchair. The film neglects interesting possibilities--the lynch-mob mentality that takes over the town fizzles after the major vigilantes are killed, the pastor tries to justify the killings to himself--in favour of stock ultra-violent confrontations and extended metamorphoses; its major strength is a familiar King theme, the helplessness of being a child in a world full of people who will not listen to you. On the DVD: The DVD comes with a director's commentary by Daniel Attias and dubbed versions in German, French and Italian. The soundtrack has Dolby sound which brings out the stylised fairy-tale elements in the score and the widescreen picture is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic ratio. The sometimes muddy-looking night-scenes are balanced by brisk pastoral daylight scenes that have their own innocence. --Roz Kaveney
'Gregory K' is a 12-year old boy who made history. Abused and neglected by his parents he became a celebrity when he took them to court and pleaded to be ""divorced"" from them so that he could be adopted by his loving foster parents. We see the emotional pressure put on Gregory himself as he is torn between his loyalty to his loving but alcoholic mother and his own need for happiness and security.
Marty is an up-and-coming mystery writer who writes bizarre and gruesome tales of murder. During a top-secret military experiment his genes are mixed up with those of a brilliant college athlete. As a result an identical clone is produced with a nasty combiantion of a clever but violent mind and nimble athleticism.
A combination of award-winning talent and some of Hollywood's hottest rising stars combine in this hilarious comedy thriller in the vein of 'Naked Gun' and 'Airplane'. Rising star Micheal Rappaport reveals his comedic talents as Kevin Gower who stands on the threshold of marriage to his childhood sweetheart Deeann Emory (Christine Taylor) when his life is thrown into turmoil when one quiet afternoon he is assisted into waiting limousine by a local wiseguy Max (Christopher Walken) for a meeting with local godfather Sal Fortuna (Robert Forster). Running or in Kevin's case tripping sliding collapsing and colliding for his life he faces cross and double-cross in his side-splitting escapades and we laugh and cry as we wait to see if Kevin will ultimately survive or discover if he will have to finally Kiss Toledo Goodbye.
'Crazy People' is a sharp and satirical film about the fickle world of advertising starring Dudley Moore as Emory an advertising executive who believes honesty is the best approach for his new advertising campaign. In a bid to 'recover' from his loss of perspective Emory is sent to a clinic by his bosses. The fine line between certified insanity and what society accepts as normal is expertly developed when Emory's world collides with the lives of the clinic's patients. Emory
Wesley Snipes and Dean Cain star in the turbo charged sci-fi thrill ride where the only game is war... The year is 2025 and global tension is rapidly growing between the Hawaiian Liberation Organisation and the North American Alliance. On the brink of war superstar athlete Tre Ramsey (Cain) must fight with all his powers to save himself his team and the fate of his country. The question of the territory is set to be solved by holding a game of futuresport - a violent basketball and skateboarding which requires the utmost skill and agility - hold on to the ball for more than five seconds and electricity shoots through your body. Obike Fixx (Snipes) the creator of the game is coaching the HLO team - who seem willing to play by ""Street Rules"" thus increasing the danger level in the high-stakes game.
Shades of Rollerball! Director Ernest Dickerson and executive producer Wesley Snipes ponder the sport of the future and come up with... "Futuresport", a combination of handball, ice hockey, and skateboard hot-dogging begun as an inner-city alternative to gang warfare and transformed into a glitzy media sensation. Dean Cain stars as the reigning Futuresport hero, a cocky glory hound who counts his cash and "popularity index" ratings with a smug grin until his narcissism costs him the championship game. As a ruthless terrorist group pushes the world to the brink of war, the suddenly altruistic Cain hatches a plan to bring Futuresport back to its roots. With the help of reporter (and former flame) Vanessa Williams and the game's creator (a rastah-inflected Snipes, who gives himself the film's best role), Cain proposes a winner-take-all game to settle the territorial dispute. Beefy former TV "Superman" Cain makes a better reformed hero than a snotty superstar and looks great in the game scenes, but Snipes steals the film with his funky turn as the inner-city guru with more on his mind than the game. Dickerson gives this TV film a handsome look and even injects a little grit into the otherwise bland screenplay, but apart from the zippy game scenes (which Dickerson films with an electrified energy), it's a familiar and rather flat bit of science fiction hokum. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com
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