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Standby

Review Dan Aykroyd, Thomas Gibson, and sexy super model Jessica Pare take you into the seductive world of super models.
Bones Season 12

Review Bollywood Hollywood is a delightful, cross-cultural parody of both India's and America's musical film traditions. Directed by Deepa Mehta (Earth), Bollywood Hollywood concerns the desperate effort of wealthy businessman Rahul (Rahul Khanna) to get his mother and grandmother off his back when it comes to his romantic life. In love with a white pop-star girlfriend (Jessica Par), Rahul's fortunes change when she dies. Still grieving, he is told by his mother that Rahul's only sister won't be allowed to marry until he finds a nice Indian girl to wed. The solution: hire a beautiful, dark-skinned, allegedly Spanish escort named Sue (Lisa Ray) to pose as his Indian fiance. With tongue firmly planted in cheek, Mehta pokes fun at a number of Bollywood cinema clichs, especially that familiar mix of modern luxury and old world traditions, melodramas involving the saddest of character backstories, and spontaneous musical numbers that remind one as much of Hollywood's Golden Age as Bollywood's current one. --Tom Keogh
Tumbledown

Review At a private, all-girls boarding school three young girls discover love and lust between themselves as they mature and learn the darker side of love: intrigue, jealousy and revenge.
Warren

Review In a nightclub bathroom, four wasted party girls beat an unsuspecting woman to death. Their leader, Love (Stephanie von Pfetten) mysteriously vanishes, and the other three--Ruth (Emily Hampshire), Vonny (Sarain Boylan), and Adria (Jessice Pare)--descend into a state of paranoia which leads them to believe that they may be the next to go.
Coffee Shop

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In the grand tradition of the “mockumentary” comes a deliciously offbeat, hilariously on-target skewering of that particular breed of madness known as moviemaking. Some directors are visionaries; others just need corrective lenses. Somewhere in between lies Jake Barrymore (Seth Meyers). After graduating at the top of his class from Three-Day Film School, Jake cons his way into the Montreal Film Festival with a film that doesn't exist - yet! But with the help of his loyal, producer Larry (John Cho), his burnt-out film school “mentor” Martin and unwitting ex-girlfriend Annie, Jake just might pull it off! Also starring Jessica Paré (from HBO’s “Mad Men”) and Patton Oswalt (“Young Adult”).

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Lola Versus

Review Dan Aykroyd, Thomas Gibson, and sexy super model Jessica Pare take you into the seductive world of super models.
A GIFT WRAPPED CHRISTMAS

Review Bollywood Hollywood is a delightful, cross-cultural parody of both India's and America's musical film traditions. Directed by Deepa Mehta (Earth), Bollywood Hollywood concerns the desperate effort of wealthy businessman Rahul (Rahul Khanna) to get his mother and grandmother off his back when it comes to his romantic life. In love with a white pop-star girlfriend (Jessica Par), Rahul's fortunes change when she dies. Still grieving, he is told by his mother that Rahul's only sister won't be allowed to marry until he finds a nice Indian girl to wed. The solution: hire a beautiful, dark-skinned, allegedly Spanish escort named Sue (Lisa Ray) to pose as his Indian fiance. With tongue firmly planted in cheek, Mehta pokes fun at a number of Bollywood cinema clichs, especially that familiar mix of modern luxury and old world traditions, melodramas involving the saddest of character backstories, and spontaneous musical numbers that remind one as much of Hollywood's Golden Age as Bollywood's current one. --Tom Keogh
Non-Transferable

Review At a private, all-girls boarding school three young girls discover love and lust between themselves as they mature and learn the darker side of love: intrigue, jealousy and revenge.
Not Since You

Review In a nightclub bathroom, four wasted party girls beat an unsuspecting woman to death. Their leader, Love (Stephanie von Pfetten) mysteriously vanishes, and the other three--Ruth (Emily Hampshire), Vonny (Sarain Boylan), and Adria (Jessice Pare)--descend into a state of paranoia which leads them to believe that they may be the next to go.
Goodbye to All That

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In the grand tradition of the “mockumentary” comes a deliciously offbeat, hilariously on-target skewering of that particular breed of madness known as moviemaking. Some directors are visionaries; others just need corrective lenses. Somewhere in between lies Jake Barrymore (Seth Meyers). After graduating at the top of his class from Three-Day Film School, Jake cons his way into the Montreal Film Festival with a film that doesn't exist - yet! But with the help of his loyal, producer Larry (John Cho), his burnt-out film school “mentor” Martin and unwitting ex-girlfriend Annie, Jake just might pull it off! Also starring Jessica Paré (from HBO’s “Mad Men”) and Patton Oswalt (“Young Adult”).

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



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