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Get Him To The Greek - The man who put the rock in raucous, Aldous Snow, returns to new levels of debauchery in Get Him to the Greek, something of a spinoff of the character's first appearance in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. As played by the equally naughty Russell Brand, Aldous has fallen off the wagon and is more obnoxious than ever, a condition that will make Aaron Green's job more difficult. Poor Aaron (Jonah Hill) is the goggle-eyed record-company stooge whose job it is to transport Aldous from London to Los Angeles in the course of 72 vodka-saturated hours--specifically to the Greek Theatre, where Aldous is supposed to revive his stumbling career with a comeback show.

Iron Man 2 - After the high-flying adventures of the first Iron Man picture, the billionaire arms manufacturer and irrepressible bon vivant Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) finds himself nursing a hangover. But not like any hangover he's had before: this one is toxic, a potentially deadly condition resulting from heavy metals (or something) bleeding out of the hardware he's installed in the middle of his chest. Actually, the main plot is no great shakes: another Iron Man suit is deployed (Don Cheadle, replacing Terrence Howard from the first film, gets to climb inside), Stark continues to bicker with assistant Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), and a weaselly business rival (Sam Rockwell) tries to out-do the Iron Man suit with an army of Vanko-designed drones.

Babies - The babies in Babies are four newborns, photographed in their natural habitat in distinctly different parts of the world. Hattie is in San Francisco, Mari's in Tokyo, Baryarjargal lives out in the Mongolian steppes, and Ponijao is born amid the simple straw huts of Namibia. In the course of less than 80 minutes, we're going to follow this quartet through their first year of life, a chronicle that director Thomas Balmes and producer Alain Chabat have likened to a nature documentary that happens to focus on humans.

CoCo Channel & Igor Stravinsky - his sumptuous period piece chronicles the love affair between fashion designer Coco Chanel and composer Igor Stravinsky. In 1913 Paris, Coco Chanel attends the premiere of Stravinsky's ballet Rite of Spring, where a riot ensues because the music and choreography offend bourgeois sensibilities. Seven years later, Chanel, who has become very successful, invites the impoverished Stravinsky to live with her at her country villa, and he, his tubercular wife and their four children move in there. Chanel and Stravinsky have a passionate affair and enjoy great creativity, but his wife is miserable.

Frozen - A typical day on the slopes turns into a chilling nightmare for three snowboarders when they get stranded on the chairlift before their last run. As the ski patrol switches off the night lights, they realize with growing panic that they've been left behind dangling high off the ground with no way down.
With the resort closed until the following weekend and frostbite and hypothermia already setting in, the trio is forced to take desperate measures to escape off the mountain before they freeze to death. Once they make their move, they discover with horror that they have much more to fear than just the frigid cold. As they combat unexpected obstacles, they start to question if their will to survive is strong enough to overcome the worst ways to die?

The Killer Inside Me - Based on the classic novel by legendary pulp writer Jim Thompson, 'The Killer Inside Me' tells the story of handsome, unassuming small town sheriff's deputy Lou Ford (Casey Affleck). A quiet charmer of his idyllic West Texas town, Ford has a simple life and a pretty girl (Kate Hudson) to come home to. But when the job brings him face to face with a gorgeous prostitute (Jessica Alba) on the edge of town, Ford's fragile world cracks -- unbridling his own dark urges. In 'The Killer Inside Me's blacker-than-noir universe, nothing is ever what it seems.

Legendary - His family shattered by the tragedy that took his father, an unathletic teen from a blue-collar town decides to follow in the family tradition by becoming a high school wrestler in this inspirational family drama from WWE Studios.

Mercy - A cynical novelist enters into an affair with the critic who isn't fooled by his romantic posturing in this romantic drama starring and written by Scott Caan.

Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema - Inspired by a true story, 'Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema' is an unflinching look into the crime, corruption and the transgressions of those looking to survive in the most crime-infested district of Johannesburg. Starting off with simple smash and grabs, and petty crime, Lucky Kunene quickly graduates to more aggressive heists such as armed robbery and carjacking. Soon, Lucky realizes he needs a bigger score to fulfill his goals of making it big, and escaping from the slums, to a dream house by the sea. Kunene hatches an elaborate and violent plan to make his fortune - hijacking buildings from landlords of Johannesburg tenements by winning the favor of the tenants and then holding their rent hostage from the landowners. His high-profile real estate acquisitions attract the attention of the local police force who have no qualms about using unprovoked brutality to bring him down. His trouble with the law, coupled with an escalating war between a local drug lord, creates a tense standoff: both sides are closing in, and Kunene must stay one step ahead--or his empire, and his life, will come crashing down.

Naked Cities - Director Luciano Martino takes viewers on an erotic and entertaining journey to visit some of the most sexually liberated cities around the world. No topic is too taboo as exotic beauties from every continent bare their bodies, and indulge in erotic pleasures that leave them quivering the throes of pure ecstasy.

Eros Perversion - Smut fans who prefer their sexploitation served straight up will undoubtedly flock to this Italian sleaze classic that was the subject of much controversy when originally released back in 1979.


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Astonishing X-Men - Gifted
C.S.I. (The Tenth Season)
Cleveland Show, The (Complete Season One)
Designing Women (Volume 1)
Devil May Cry: The Complete Series (Viridian Collection)
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus
Earth: Final Conflict (Season 4) (Alliance)
Eden of the East: The Complete Series
Ellery Queen Mysteries (The Complete Series)
F/X: The Series (Season 1) (Alliance)
Family Guy (Partial Terms of Endearment)
Full Metal Panic FUMOFFU - The Complete Series
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Complete First Season (Viridian Collection)
Kaze No Stigma: The Complete First Season
Land Girls
Legend of the Seeker (The Complete 2nd Season)
Legendary Bing Crosby, The
Let’s Hear It for The Laurie Berkner Band!
Lord Peter Wimsey Mysteries, The (Set 2)
Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals
Midsomer Murders (Set 16)
Mouse and the Motorcycle Collection, The
Mutant X (Season 2) (Alliance)
Nabari no Ou: The Complete Series
NFL’s Greatest Rivalries: Bears Defeat Packers
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Nostradamus: 2012
Paranormal State (The Complete Season Four)
Party Down (Season Two)
Patton 360 (The Complete Season One)
Prehistoric Park
Primal Grill 3
Ralph S. Mouse
Real National Treasure, The
Red Vs Blue (Season 8: Revelation)
Rhoda (Volume 1)
Rich Man, Poor Man (The Complete Collection)
Saturday Night Live (The Best of Adam Sandler) (Lions Gate)
Saturday Night Live (The Best of Eddie Murphy) (Lions Gate)
Scrubs (The Complete 9th and Final Season)
Scrubs (The Complete Collection)
Secret Agent aka Danger Man (The Complete Collection)
She-Ra: Princess of Power (Season 1, Vol. 1)
Son of the Beach (Back to the Beach)
South Park (A Little Box of Butters)
Survivor: Africa (Amazon.com)
Swamp Thing (The Legend Continues)
TekWar (The Complete Series)
Top Gear (The Complete Season 13)
WWE: Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho




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