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The Mysteries of Pittsburgh

Review A recent college grad spends his final summer with a girl and her adventurous boyfriend before heading into a job his father wants him to take and along the way realizes what he wants more out of his life. Based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Michael Chabon.
Fair Haven

Review United Kingdom released, NTSC/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), French ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ), Italian ( Subtitles ), Japanese ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: With over three hours of films CINEMA16: AMERICAN SHORT FILMS is essential viewing for anyone with an interest in the moving image. The release of CINEMA16: AMERICAN SHORT FILMS follows the success of CINEMA16's first collection of British short films - featuring Chris Nolan, Ridley Scott, Mike Leigh, Stephen Daldry, Lynne Ramsay and Peter Greenaway amongst others - and it's follow-up EUROPEAN SHORT FILMS -featuring Lars von Trier, Jean Luc Godard and Lukas Moodysson further demonstrating it's dedication to this important area of filmmaking. An engrossing, eclectic collection of the most striking short films made by many of America's most respected directors. Includes The Lunch Date - Adam Davidson; Carmen - Alexander Payne; The Discipline Of D.E. - Gus Van Sant; Daybreak Express - D.A. Pennebaker; Vincent - Tim Burton; Terry Tate: Office Linebacker; The Wraith Of Cobble Hill - Adam Parrish King; Freiheit - George Lucas; Feelings - Todd Solondz; Terminal Bar - Stefan Nadelman; Necrology (Roll Call Of The Dead) - Standish Lawder; George Lucas In Love - Joe Nussbaum; Meshes Of The Afternoon - Maya Deren; Five Feet High And Rising - Peter Sollett; Paperboys - Mike Mills; Screen Test: Helmut - Andy Warhol.

1.The Lunch Date (Dir. Adam Davidson, 1990, 11 mins)
2.Carmen (Dir. Alexander Payne, 1985, 18 mins)
3.The Discipline Of D.E. (Dir. Gus Van Sant, 1982, 13 mins)
4.Daybreaker Express (Dir. D.A. Pennebaker, 1953, 5 mins)
5.Vincent (Dir. Tim...Cinema 16 - American Short Films ( The Lunch Date / Carmen / The Discipline Of D.E. / Daybreaker Express / Vincent / Terry Tate: Office Linebacker / The Wrath of Cobble Hill / Frei
Departure

Review When their local gym is threatened by a large fitness conglamorate, a group of misfits rise to the challenge in a winner take all tournament of Dodgeball.
Retake

Review Dude! Where's My Car?:Meet Jesse (Ashton Kutcher TV's "That '70's Show") and Chester (Seann William Scott American Pie) two dimwitted yet lovable party animals who wake up one morning with a burning question: Dude Where's My Car? Their only clues are a matchbook cover from Kitty Kat strip club an a year's supply of pudding in the fridge. As they retrace their steps these dudes are in for the ride of their lives encountering hot alien chicks dodging killer ostriches and trying to score "special treats" from their ticked-off twin girlfriends. It's an outrageously sweeeeeet comedy adventure that's "totally entertaining all the way through... totally!"Dodgeball:You'll dodge duck dip dive. . . and laugh out loud watching Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller settle their differences in a winner-take-all dodgeball competition. Under the painful tutelage of legendary ADAA champ Patches O'Houlihan (Rip Torn) Peter LaFleur (Vaughn) and his Average Joes take on the Purple Cobras led by egomaniacal fitness guru White Goodman (Stiller). It's an over-the-top underdog tale filled with hilarious sight gags and balls-out fun!System Requirements:Running Time: 175 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: COMEDY UPC: 024543254515 Manufacturer No: 2235451
Bromance

Review UK Released DVD/Blu-Ray item. It MAY NOT play on regular US DVD/Blu-Ray player. You may need a multi-region US DVD/Blu-Ray player to play this item.
Akron

Review A recent college grad spends his final summer with a girl and her adventurous boyfriend before heading into a job his father wants him to take and along the way realizes what he wants more out of his life. Based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Michael Chabon.
You & I

Review United Kingdom released, NTSC/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), French ( Subtitles ), German ( Subtitles ), Italian ( Subtitles ), Japanese ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: With over three hours of films CINEMA16: AMERICAN SHORT FILMS is essential viewing for anyone with an interest in the moving image. The release of CINEMA16: AMERICAN SHORT FILMS follows the success of CINEMA16's first collection of British short films - featuring Chris Nolan, Ridley Scott, Mike Leigh, Stephen Daldry, Lynne Ramsay and Peter Greenaway amongst others - and it's follow-up EUROPEAN SHORT FILMS -featuring Lars von Trier, Jean Luc Godard and Lukas Moodysson further demonstrating it's dedication to this important area of filmmaking. An engrossing, eclectic collection of the most striking short films made by many of America's most respected directors. Includes The Lunch Date - Adam Davidson; Carmen - Alexander Payne; The Discipline Of D.E. - Gus Van Sant; Daybreak Express - D.A. Pennebaker; Vincent - Tim Burton; Terry Tate: Office Linebacker; The Wraith Of Cobble Hill - Adam Parrish King; Freiheit - George Lucas; Feelings - Todd Solondz; Terminal Bar - Stefan Nadelman; Necrology (Roll Call Of The Dead) - Standish Lawder; George Lucas In Love - Joe Nussbaum; Meshes Of The Afternoon - Maya Deren; Five Feet High And Rising - Peter Sollett; Paperboys - Mike Mills; Screen Test: Helmut - Andy Warhol.

1.The Lunch Date (Dir. Adam Davidson, 1990, 11 mins)
2.Carmen (Dir. Alexander Payne, 1985, 18 mins)
3.The Discipline Of D.E. (Dir. Gus Van Sant, 1982, 13 mins)
4.Daybreaker Express (Dir. D.A. Pennebaker, 1953, 5 mins)
5.Vincent (Dir. Tim...Cinema 16 - American Short Films ( The Lunch Date / Carmen / The Discipline Of D.E. / Daybreaker Express / Vincent / Terry Tate: Office Linebacker / The Wrath of Cobble Hill / Frei
The Arrangement, Season 1

Review When their local gym is threatened by a large fitness conglamorate, a group of misfits rise to the challenge in a winner take all tournament of Dodgeball.
Closet Monster

Review Dude! Where's My Car?:Meet Jesse (Ashton Kutcher TV's "That '70's Show") and Chester (Seann William Scott American Pie) two dimwitted yet lovable party animals who wake up one morning with a burning question: Dude Where's My Car? Their only clues are a matchbook cover from Kitty Kat strip club an a year's supply of pudding in the fridge. As they retrace their steps these dudes are in for the ride of their lives encountering hot alien chicks dodging killer ostriches and trying to score "special treats" from their ticked-off twin girlfriends. It's an outrageously sweeeeeet comedy adventure that's "totally entertaining all the way through... totally!"Dodgeball:You'll dodge duck dip dive. . . and laugh out loud watching Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller settle their differences in a winner-take-all dodgeball competition. Under the painful tutelage of legendary ADAA champ Patches O'Houlihan (Rip Torn) Peter LaFleur (Vaughn) and his Average Joes take on the Purple Cobras led by egomaniacal fitness guru White Goodman (Stiller). It's an over-the-top underdog tale filled with hilarious sight gags and balls-out fun!System Requirements:Running Time: 175 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: COMEDY UPC: 024543254515 Manufacturer No: 2235451
Those People

Review UK Released DVD/Blu-Ray item. It MAY NOT play on regular US DVD/Blu-Ray player. You may need a multi-region US DVD/Blu-Ray player to play this item.

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