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The Way Of The West

Review Based on Nino Ricci's best-selling trilogy of books, "Lives of the Saints" tells the story of Vittorio Innocente and his mother Christina, whose affair with a blue-eyed stranger shatters the innocence of Vittorio's childhood. As he pieces together the story of his mother's past, Vittorio discovers the truths of the villagers and the village, and gains a new understanding of human nature. The closer Vittorio comes to the truth about his mother, the more his discoveries threaten to tear his own world apart. Directed by multi-award winner Jerry Ciccoritti, and starring Academy Award winner Sophia Loren, along with Fabrizio Filippo, Jessica Pare, Sabrina Ferelli, Nick Mancuso and Kris Kristofferson. Lives of the Saints is a two-part, four-hour mini-series produced in conjunction with CTV and MediaTrade. The story is based on Nino Ricci's best selling trilogy of books - Lives of the Saints, In a Glass House and Where She Has Gone. Lives of the Saints ranked No. 1 in Canada for 72 weeks and won the Governor General's Award for Fiction. DVD Special Features:* - Commentary by Director and Producer - Making-of "Lives of the Saints" Documentary - Interviews with main cast and crew - CTV TV Spots and promotional trailer - Photo Gallery - Reading from "Lives of the Saints" by author Nino Ricci - Art Design Sketches
Renegade

Review It's just another hard core party night out for the girls but this time it ends in the violent death of an outsider. Then the girl's leader, Love, turns up missing. Is she part of the plot or is she another victim? Or is it all just part of a drug and booze induced paranoia state the girls are in? There is no telling which one is going to make it out alive.
The Virginian

Review A lone Mountie has come to town to clean up its crime and corruption after finding an innocent man dead. As he gets settled in his new home, he discovers endless amounts of illegal activity taking place behind closed doors. Once he uncovers the men behind the crimes, he prepares to take them down one by one in the most vicious showdown this town has ever seen.
Tracker

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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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Shadowheart

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A River of Skulls

Review Based on Nino Ricci's best-selling trilogy of books, "Lives of the Saints" tells the story of Vittorio Innocente and his mother Christina, whose affair with a blue-eyed stranger shatters the innocence of Vittorio's childhood. As he pieces together the story of his mother's past, Vittorio discovers the truths of the villagers and the village, and gains a new understanding of human nature. The closer Vittorio comes to the truth about his mother, the more his discoveries threaten to tear his own world apart. Directed by multi-award winner Jerry Ciccoritti, and starring Academy Award winner Sophia Loren, along with Fabrizio Filippo, Jessica Pare, Sabrina Ferelli, Nick Mancuso and Kris Kristofferson. Lives of the Saints is a two-part, four-hour mini-series produced in conjunction with CTV and MediaTrade. The story is based on Nino Ricci's best selling trilogy of books - Lives of the Saints, In a Glass House and Where She Has Gone. Lives of the Saints ranked No. 1 in Canada for 72 weeks and won the Governor General's Award for Fiction. DVD Special Features:* - Commentary by Director and Producer - Making-of "Lives of the Saints" Documentary - Interviews with main cast and crew - CTV TV Spots and promotional trailer - Photo Gallery - Reading from "Lives of the Saints" by author Nino Ricci - Art Design Sketches
A Good Day to Die

Review It's just another hard core party night out for the girls but this time it ends in the violent death of an outsider. Then the girl's leader, Love, turns up missing. Is she part of the plot or is she another victim? Or is it all just part of a drug and booze induced paranoia state the girls are in? There is no telling which one is going to make it out alive.
Good For Nothing

Review A lone Mountie has come to town to clean up its crime and corruption after finding an innocent man dead. As he gets settled in his new home, he discovers endless amounts of illegal activity taking place behind closed doors. Once he uncovers the men behind the crimes, he prepares to take them down one by one in the most vicious showdown this town has ever seen.
The Pledge

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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.


Western World

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