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King Arthur - The Young Warlord

Review Annabelle enters into a secret and incestuous love affair with her brother, Giovanni. She becomes pregnant. Hiding her shameful passion from the world, the beautiful woman must spurn a throng of eligible bachelors. Finally forced by the church to wed t
476 A.D. Chapter One: The Last Light of Aries

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Lost Bladesman, The

Review Filmed on location throughout Europe, this "Masterpiece Theatre" favorite stars Sean Bean as maverick British officer Richard Sharpe, the swashbuckling hero of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling novels. Each collection captures the danger and sheer spectacle of the battle against Napoleon's forces in 19th-century Spain. Collection I features Pete Postlethwaite as Sgt. Obediah Hakeswill in "Sharpe's Rifles," "Sharpe's Company," "Sharpe's Enemy," and "Sharpe's Eagles." Collection II co-stars Alice Krige and includes "Sharpe's Gold," "Sharpe's Honour," "Sharpe's Battle," and "Sharpe's Sword." Collection III finds Sharpe eluding assassination in "Sharpe's Regiment," rescuing his new wife in "Sharpe's Siege," and traveling behind enemy lines in "Sharpe's Mission." In Collection IV Sharpe is set up by a longtime enemy in "Sharpe's Filmed on location throughout Europe, this "Masterpiece Theatre" favorite stars Sean Bean as maverick British officer Richard Sharpe, the swashbuckling hero of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling novels. Each collection captures the danger and sheer spectacle of the battle against Napoleon's forces in 19th-century Spain. In Collection IV Sharpe is set up by a longtime enemy in "Sharpe's Revenge," commands a troubled militia in "Sharpe's Justice," and plays a key role in "Sharpe's Waterloo." Collection IV is 5 hours on 3 cassettes or 3 DVDs.
Kingdom of Conquerors

Review Spain released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Anamorphic Widescreen, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Alquazar, dictator of Jadur, offers Prince Hasan the hand of his step daughter, Zuleira, on condition that he fetches a sacred rose from the island of Elil. Hasan departs on a flying carpet with Kaseem, Alquazar's minion, and an orphan boy, Majeed, who possesses a magic sapphire. On Elil they fight a jinnee and fire-breathing monsters before finding the rose - at which point Kaseem reveals his treacherous intentions. ...Arabian Adventure
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV

Review Genealogist Jordan Kirkland (Mel Harris, TV's Saints & Sinners) knows little about her family's past; only that they were separated during the Russian Revolution. Armed with a single clue - a faded photo of a girl and her music box, adorned by a priceless Faberge egg - Jordan finds help in a darkly handsome, Hungarian art dealer, Nick Rostov (Rob Stewart, TV's Painkiller Jane). Nick has his own motives for finding the music box...and so does someone else, someone who's watching Jordan's every move, someone deadly enough to run her car off the road. As the threats become more serious, Jordan must unlock Nick's real intentions: is he the confidante he pretends to be? Or, are he and the stalker one and the same?
The Transporter Refueled

Review Annabelle enters into a secret and incestuous love affair with her brother, Giovanni. She becomes pregnant. Hiding her shameful passion from the world, the beautiful woman must spurn a throng of eligible bachelors. Finally forced by the church to wed t
Stagecoach: the Texas Jack Story

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Mythica: A Quest for Heroes

Review Filmed on location throughout Europe, this "Masterpiece Theatre" favorite stars Sean Bean as maverick British officer Richard Sharpe, the swashbuckling hero of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling novels. Each collection captures the danger and sheer spectacle of the battle against Napoleon's forces in 19th-century Spain. Collection I features Pete Postlethwaite as Sgt. Obediah Hakeswill in "Sharpe's Rifles," "Sharpe's Company," "Sharpe's Enemy," and "Sharpe's Eagles." Collection II co-stars Alice Krige and includes "Sharpe's Gold," "Sharpe's Honour," "Sharpe's Battle," and "Sharpe's Sword." Collection III finds Sharpe eluding assassination in "Sharpe's Regiment," rescuing his new wife in "Sharpe's Siege," and traveling behind enemy lines in "Sharpe's Mission." In Collection IV Sharpe is set up by a longtime enemy in "Sharpe's Filmed on location throughout Europe, this "Masterpiece Theatre" favorite stars Sean Bean as maverick British officer Richard Sharpe, the swashbuckling hero of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling novels. Each collection captures the danger and sheer spectacle of the battle against Napoleon's forces in 19th-century Spain. In Collection IV Sharpe is set up by a longtime enemy in "Sharpe's Revenge," commands a troubled militia in "Sharpe's Justice," and plays a key role in "Sharpe's Waterloo." Collection IV is 5 hours on 3 cassettes or 3 DVDs.
Tarzan

Review Spain released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.85:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Anamorphic Widescreen, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Alquazar, dictator of Jadur, offers Prince Hasan the hand of his step daughter, Zuleira, on condition that he fetches a sacred rose from the island of Elil. Hasan departs on a flying carpet with Kaseem, Alquazar's minion, and an orphan boy, Majeed, who possesses a magic sapphire. On Elil they fight a jinnee and fire-breathing monsters before finding the rose - at which point Kaseem reveals his treacherous intentions. ...Arabian Adventure
Cobra Mission

Review Genealogist Jordan Kirkland (Mel Harris, TV's Saints & Sinners) knows little about her family's past; only that they were separated during the Russian Revolution. Armed with a single clue - a faded photo of a girl and her music box, adorned by a priceless Faberge egg - Jordan finds help in a darkly handsome, Hungarian art dealer, Nick Rostov (Rob Stewart, TV's Painkiller Jane). Nick has his own motives for finding the music box...and so does someone else, someone who's watching Jordan's every move, someone deadly enough to run her car off the road. As the threats become more serious, Jordan must unlock Nick's real intentions: is he the confidante he pretends to be? Or, are he and the stalker one and the same?

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