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We Can't Go Back

Review Dana Delany, Dan Aykroyd and Rosie O'Donnell star in Exit to Eden, a hilarious, undercover comedy where a cop's cuffs can come in handy for more than just catching crooks. Dangerous jewel thieves with murder on their minds, a young photographer with vital evidence in his suitcase, and an island mistress (Delaney) with a long whip and longer legs, all come together on the fantasy island of Eden, hotly pursued by Detectives Fred (Aykroyd) and Sheila (O'Donnell). While Fred assumes the role of island maintenance man, Sheila goes undercover as a dominatrix, finding herself thigh-high in leather and studs with a personal slave-boy to fulfill her every whim. Find out if they can keep their covert mission a secret and uncover more than just the truth!

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The Enemy Within

Review Petty rivalries and sexual fantasies abound when friends gather for one's bachelorette party.
Seven Days in May (1964)

Review Step into the world of ABC's compelling new drama starring Dana Delaney as a sharp-witted, headstrong medical examiner with unorthodox crime-solving methods and strained relationships with the living. Dr. Megan Hunt (Delaney) was second to none -- a brilliant neurosurgeon in a class all her own -- but when her life-saving gift is destroyed in a career-killing car accident, she reinvents herself as a medical examiner. Armed with keen instincts and vast medical knowledge, Dr. Hunt uses the victims' bodies to tell the stories of their lives and untimely deaths. Relive all the twists and turns of each case as Dr. Hunt seeks justice for every victim while also embarking on a journey of personal redemption. Own each thrilling episode of Body of Proof: The Complete First Season, including never-before-seen bonus features, in this 2-disc set.
Fail Safe

Review The always-welcome Dana Delany makes a vivaciously prickly return to television in this entertaining medical whodunit, which finds its groove after a fairly shaky start. Creator Christopher Murphey's premise draws inspiration from both Patricia Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta novels and the origin of Marvel comics' Dr. Strange: after injuring her hands in a car accident, an arrogant former neurosurgeon named Megan Hunt must adapt to a new life as a medical examiner in Philadelphia. As Hunt applies her knowledge to a steady stream of unsolved murders, her unconventional methods put her at odds with the police (John Carroll Lynch and The Wire's Sonja Sohn) as well as her lab mates (including Jeri Ryan and Geoffrey Arend, who gets to meet cute with real-life wife Christina Hendricks in one episode.) Although the first few episodes struggle to balance Hunt's caustic bluntness with the character's more endearing qualities, Delany's innate likability soon comes to the fore, developing a strong female character whose ferocious smarts sometimes serve as a stumbling block. Once the characterizations fall into place, Body of Proof offers up a dependably enjoyable procedural: a lower-key take on CSI's trademark wild demises (well, except for the one poor sod who ends up having body parts scattered all over the city, that is) combined with an unusual amount of respect for the cadavers. Even when the effects are at their gooshiest, Delany and Co. do their part to convey the tragedy that makes their job necessary. Extras include the by-now-standard blooper reel, a look at the show's costume designer, and a behind-the-scenes featurette that suggests the cast and crew now have a firm handle on what makes their central character abrasively tick. --Andrew Wright
Thirteen Days

Review Dana Delany, Dan Aykroyd and Rosie O'Donnell star in Exit to Eden, a hilarious, undercover comedy where a cop's cuffs can come in handy for more than just catching crooks. Dangerous jewel thieves with murder on their minds, a young photographer with vital evidence in his suitcase, and an island mistress (Delaney) with a long whip and longer legs, all come together on the fantasy island of Eden, hotly pursued by Detectives Fred (Aykroyd) and Sheila (O'Donnell). While Fred assumes the role of island maintenance man, Sheila goes undercover as a dominatrix, finding herself thigh-high in leather and studs with a personal slave-boy to fulfill her every whim. Find out if they can keep their covert mission a secret and uncover more than just the truth!

When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.

This product is expected to play back in DVD Video "play only" devices, and may not play in other DVD devices, including recorders and PC drives.


The Gathering Storm

Review Petty rivalries and sexual fantasies abound when friends gather for one's bachelorette party.
Gray Lady Down

Review Step into the world of ABC's compelling new drama starring Dana Delaney as a sharp-witted, headstrong medical examiner with unorthodox crime-solving methods and strained relationships with the living. Dr. Megan Hunt (Delaney) was second to none -- a brilliant neurosurgeon in a class all her own -- but when her life-saving gift is destroyed in a career-killing car accident, she reinvents herself as a medical examiner. Armed with keen instincts and vast medical knowledge, Dr. Hunt uses the victims' bodies to tell the stories of their lives and untimely deaths. Relive all the twists and turns of each case as Dr. Hunt seeks justice for every victim while also embarking on a journey of personal redemption. Own each thrilling episode of Body of Proof: The Complete First Season, including never-before-seen bonus features, in this 2-disc set.
Advise and Consent

Review The always-welcome Dana Delany makes a vivaciously prickly return to television in this entertaining medical whodunit, which finds its groove after a fairly shaky start. Creator Christopher Murphey's premise draws inspiration from both Patricia Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta novels and the origin of Marvel comics' Dr. Strange: after injuring her hands in a car accident, an arrogant former neurosurgeon named Megan Hunt must adapt to a new life as a medical examiner in Philadelphia. As Hunt applies her knowledge to a steady stream of unsolved murders, her unconventional methods put her at odds with the police (John Carroll Lynch and The Wire's Sonja Sohn) as well as her lab mates (including Jeri Ryan and Geoffrey Arend, who gets to meet cute with real-life wife Christina Hendricks in one episode.) Although the first few episodes struggle to balance Hunt's caustic bluntness with the character's more endearing qualities, Delany's innate likability soon comes to the fore, developing a strong female character whose ferocious smarts sometimes serve as a stumbling block. Once the characterizations fall into place, Body of Proof offers up a dependably enjoyable procedural: a lower-key take on CSI's trademark wild demises (well, except for the one poor sod who ends up having body parts scattered all over the city, that is) combined with an unusual amount of respect for the cadavers. Even when the effects are at their gooshiest, Delany and Co. do their part to convey the tragedy that makes their job necessary. Extras include the by-now-standard blooper reel, a look at the show's costume designer, and a behind-the-scenes featurette that suggests the cast and crew now have a firm handle on what makes their central character abrasively tick. --Andrew Wright

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