Everyone tells 15-year-old Oscar Grubman he should date girls his own age. But with his eye on his stepmother Eve, Oscar respectfully disagrees.
Alien Vs Predator: It may be our planet but it's their war! The deadliest creatures from the scariest sci-fi movies ever made face off for the first time on film beginning when the discovery of an ancient pyramid buried in Antarctica sends a team of scientists and adventurers to the frozen continent. There they make an even more terrifying discovery: two unstoppable alien races engaged in the ultimate battle... Aliens: In this action-packed sequel to Alien Sigourney
Laughter and hearty guffaws abound in this comical look at 37-year-old career woman Kate Holbrook's (30 Rock's Tina Fey) desperate attempts to have a baby. Never mind that she's not married and has never been involved in a serious relationship; Kate wants a baby and will stop at virtually nothing to get one. After failed attempts at broaching the concept of conception with first dates and trying artificial insemination with the help of a sperm bank, Kate finds out that her t-shaped uterus leaves her with only a one in a million chance of conceiving a child. Adoption doesn't work out and she's left with the distasteful option of hiring a surrogate mother. Enter Chaffee Bicknell's (Sigourney Weaver) surrogate service and her recommendation of the working-class Angie Ostrowiski (Saturday Night Live's Amy Poehler) who, with her common-law husband Carl (Dax Shepard), is just desperate enough to take on the job in order to make some money, and the stage is set for baby making. As fate would have it, Angie and Carl break up just after Angie announces she's pregnant and Angie ends up moving in with Kate. Unfortunately, the two are completely incompatible and what ensues is a hysterical struggle to coexist while clashing over everything from proper nutrition to stroller selection, hair dye, and delivery options. Further complicating matters is Kate's budding relationship with ex-lawyer and juice-store owner Rob (Greg Kinnear), who just happens to be morally opposed to the whole concept of surrogate parenting. Finally, there's the question of just how fully Angie embraces the virtue of honesty. It's the juxtaposition of opposing viewpoints--so boldly stated, humorously set, and blatantly exploited--that makes this witty comedy so darn funny. Expect graphic references, raunchy humour, and a whole lot of laughter. --Tami Horiuchi
Films included: Fifteen & Pregnant Based on a true story. Tina Spangler is just another happy kid at fourteen. At fifteen she's pregnant and faces the choices of abortion adoption or the lonely life of a single parent. Abandoned by her boyfriend she has only one person to turn to - her mother a single parent herself. What starts out as a hopeless tale could re-unite this shattered family. The War Bride With all the men away to war Lily (Anna Friel) falls madly in love and marries a handsome Canadian soldier Charlie Travis (Aden Young). But Charlie is shipped off to the front and Lily discovers she's expecting his baby not knowing if she will ever see him alive again. Lily receives instructions from the Canadian Embassy that she is to be shipped across the sea to her new Canadian in-laws. Remember Me Women of Valor For the Moment The Crossing Along for the ride Two Ex-Lovers One Open Road. Patrick Swayze (Dirty Dancing) and Melanie Griffith (Working Girl) are Ben and Lulu. Years ago they had an intense passionate affair a relationship that ended very badly. Now fifteen years later he's a successful married writer who gets a desperate call . . . Lulu needs his help. Chaotic and confused she reveals a huge secret that they alone must deal with. Together on a fiery cross-country journey they will find a new direction that points to their future. Hidden in America Map of the world Sigourney Weaver stars as Alice Goodwin a mother of two and part-time school nurse who has moved from the city to help her husband Howard (David Strathairn) run a farm in rural Wisconsin. Single minded and outspoken Alice has her own way of looking at life and not everyone in the community takes to her. Tragedy strikes when Alice is minding the children of her best friend and neighbour Theresa Collins (Julianne Moore) and Theresa'a two year old daughter Lizzy strays into a pond and drowns. Alice has barely begun to recover from the event which has left her guilt stricken and filled with self hatred when she is arrested and accused of abusing a young boy at her school. Already on the verge of a nervous breakdown she is plunged into an even worse nightmare as she is shunned by the community spat on by her neighbours and left languishing in prison after Howard fails to raise the money for her bail. If Only He loved her like there was no tomorrow Jennifer Love Hewitt stars as a talented young singer/songwriter who's met the love of her life (Paul Nicholls Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason) while studying classical music in London. Unfortunately on the very day they have a major fight she's involved in a terrible accident. But when fate miraculously intervenes her grief-stricken boyfriend gets a second chance to relive the tragic day and hopefully change their destiny in this gripping romantic drama.
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Aliens (1 Disc): Sigourney Weaver returns as Ripley the only survivor from mankind's first encounter with the monstrous Alien. Her account of the Alien and the fate of her crew are received with skepticism until the mysterious disappearance of colonists on LV-426 lead her to join a team of high-tech colonial marines sent in to investigate... Predator (1 Disc): It sees the heat of their bodies. It smells their fears. It hunts for sport. It kills for pleasure. In a plac
Sigourney Weaver stars as Alice Goodwin a mother of two and part-time school nurse who has moved from the city to help her husband Howard (David Strathairn) run a farm in rural Wisconsin. Single minded and outspoken Alice has her own way of looking at life and not everyone in the community takes to her. Tragedy strikes when Alice is minding the children of her best friend and neighbour Theresa Collins (Julianne Moore) and Theresa'a two year old daughter Lizzy strays into a pond
An all-star cast bites the hand that feeds them in a sophisticated satire of network programming. The story follows a TV pilot as it goes through the production process. Mike (Duchovny) is fighting to put his sitcom into development, his vision, of a guy who, following his brother's suicide, rediscovers his joy in life, is slowly eroded by a network executive (Weaver) who favours trashy reality programming. Every crass suggestion she makes improves the show's response from test audiences and brings the show a step closer to getting on the air. Sometimes the satire is so close to the naked reality of TV development that it's more documentary than comedy, but Weaver gives an inspired performance that skirts truth and satire so adroitly it makes your skin tingle.
Aliens (Dir. James Cameron 1986): In this action-packed sequel to Alien Sigourney Weaver returns as Ripley the only survivor from mankind's first encounter with the monstrous Alien. Her account of the Alien and the fate of her crew are received with skepticism until the mysterious disappearance of colonists on LV-426 lead her to join a team of high-tech colonial marines sent in to investigate. Alien Resurrection (Dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet 1997): Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) died fighting the perfect predator. Two hundred years and eight horrific experiments later she's back. A group of scientists have cloned her along with the alien queen inside her hoping to breed the ultimate weapon. But the resurrected Ripley is full of surprises for her ""creators"" as are the aliens. And soon a lot more than ""all hell"" breaks loose! To combat the creatures Ripley must team up with a band of smugglers including a mechanic named Call (Winona Ryder) who holds more than a few surprises of her own.
Director Ridley Scott's new cut of his 1979 sci-fi classic about a lifeform that is perfectly evolved to annihilate mankind. In space no-one can hear you scream.
All hope was lost in a land where sunlight disappeared and the world became dreary grey. Until Despereaux Tilling was born that is!
The bitch is back. Lt. Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is the lone survivor when her crippled spaceship crash lands on Fiorina 161 a bleak wasteland inhabited by former inmates of the planet's maximum security prison. Ripley's fears that an Alien was aboard her craft are confirmed when the mutilated bodies of ex-cons begin to mount. Without weapons or modern technology of any kind Ripley must lead the men into battle against the terrifying creature. And soon she discovers a horrifying fact about her link with the Alien a realisation that may compel Ripley to try destroying not only the horrific creature but herself as well.
People are never who they seem to be. The Travis family experience a stunning tragedy which begins to unravel them. Teenage son Tim (Emile Hirsch) views his life as a bad dream. His father Ben (Jeff Daniels) tunes out and treats his wife and children like strangers. His mother Sandy (Sigourney Weaver) sharpens her tongue and sarcasm dulling her senses with reefers while struggling hard to conceal a secret that threatens to ruin them all. With elements of pathos salty humor and self-discovery the Travises learn to accept one another as family - warts and all.
Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) died fighting the perfect predator. Two hundred years and eight horrific experiments later she's back. A group of scientists have cloned her along with the alien queen inside her hoping to breed the ultimate weapon. But the resurrected Ripley is full of surprises for her ""creators"" as are the aliens. And soon a lot more than ""all hell"" breaks loose! To combat the creatures Ripley must team up with a band of smugglers including a mechanic named Call (Winona Ryder) who holds more than a few surprises of her own.
James Cameron heads back into the depths for this underwater IMAX extravaganza.
Limited to only 1000 copies! Packed in a Limited Edition, numbered solid box with exclusive alternative artwork Includes exclusive film cell, printed with the signature of director James Cameron Includes the stunning hardback "Making of Avatar" book, unavailable anywhere else Includes 3 versions of the film including all new Extended Cut of the film featuring 15 minutes of unseen footage Capturing Avatar: An in-depth feature length documentary covering the 16 year filmmaker journey including all new interviews with James Cameron, Jon Landau, cast and crew Over 45mins of deleted scenes Interactive Scene Deconstruction: explore various stages of production through 3 different viewing modes 17 Featurettes covering the Performance Capture, Scoring, 3D Fusion Camera, Stunts and more The Art of Avatar with over 630 images and much more!
The Village: (Dir. M. Night Shyamalan) (2004): A small community are plagued by fear of the unknown forest that surrounds them. For years they have kept a truce with mysterious creatures in the woods by vowing never to breach a clearly defined border. However when a young man (Joaquin Phoenix) becomes determined to explore the nearby towns his actions are met with menacing consequences. The Sixth Sense (Dir. M. Night Shyamalan) (1999): After the assault and suicide of one of his ex-patients award-winning child psychologist Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) is left determined to help a young boy named Cole who suffers from the same diagnosis as the ex-patient - they both see dead people. Malcolm cannot rest until he makes amends for his feelings of failure created by the mental breakdown of the first patient. Cole is a young boy who is paralyzed by fear from his visions of dead people. His mother is at her wits end trying to cope with Cole's eccentricities. With the help of Dr. Crowe Cole goes on a journey of self as he learns to overcome his fears all the while discovering the purpose of his gift.
Much less fun than its predecessor, this 1989 sequel starts off on a bleak note by telling us our heroes from Ghostbusters have been on the skids for five years and Bill Murray's lead character never did hook up with Sigourney Weaver's lovely symphony-musician character. What's more, she has a kid by somebody else. Everybody's on an uphill climb, and Ghostbusters II never soars the way the first film did, despite having the same director, Ivan Reitman (Dave, Kindergarten Cop). The lame plot finds the boys attempting to prevent a disaster on New York City caused by too many bad vibes in the Big Apple. Yikes! Fortunately, screenwriters Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis have penned enough good one-liners to keep Murray busy, and if the ghostly special effects no longer surprise as they did in Ghostbusters, they're at least inventive. -- Tom Keogh, Amazon.com
In this action-packed sequel to Alien, Sigourney Weaver returns as Ripley, the only survivor from mankind's first encounter with the monstrous Alien. Her account of the Alien and the fate of her crew are received with skepticism, until the mysterious disappearance of colonists on LV-426 lead her to join a team of high-tech colonial marines sent in to investigate. Personally supervised by director James Cameron, this special edition includes scenes eliminated prior to the film's 1986 release w...
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