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  1. Chan-wook Park directs this tale of deaf and dumb Ryu (Ha-kyun Shin), who's romantically involved with revolutionary Young-Mi (Dun-na Bae) and loves his older sister so much that he sells his kidney on the black market to afford her a life-saving transplant. When Ryu finds he's been ripped off, Young-Mi hatches a better plan: She and Ryu will "borrow" the daughter of the capitalist boss who fired Ryu and raise the necessary funds that way.

  1. In this seminal ninja film, young samurai Ishikawa (Raizô Ichikawa) is invited to study under ninja master Sandayu (Yûnosuke Itô). Little does he know that his training has a hidden objective: the assassination of warlord Oda Nobunaga (Katsuhiko Kobayashi). Exiled for an affair with his mentor's wife, Ishikawa believes he's free of Sandayu's grip. But he can't avoid his destiny as a ninja, and his new life once again makes Nobunaga his target.

  1. In a futuristic world that's been ravaged by World War III, humans and robots known as bioroids coexist peacefully, transforming the last smoldering city on Earth into the cyberpunk oasis of Olympus. But paradise isn't as idyllic as it seems, which makes it a target for terrorists bent on destroying the city. Kazuyoshi Katayam directs this fast-paced sci-fi anime adventure based on the manga by Masamune Shirow.

  1. Dennis Quaid, Channing Tatum, Sienna Miller and Marlon Wayans star in this action-packed G.I. Joe adventure, in which Hawk, Ripcord, Heavy Duty and the rest of the elite special mission force set out to stop evil arms dealer Destro (Christopher Eccleston) and his minions. Rounding out the star-studded cast are Brendan Fraser, Rachel Nichols, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ray Park, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Saïd Taghmaoui and model Karolina Kurkova.

  1. Kung fu legends Jackie Chan and Jet Li star in this exciting adventure about a martial arts movie fanatic named Jason (Michael Angarano) who discovers a mystical Chinese staff in a local pawnshop that transports him to war-torn ancient China. When he learns that the staff belongs to the mighty Monkey King, who's been unjustly imprisoned by an evil warlord, Jason joins a group of skilled warriors to free the captive king and return the weapon.

  1. Jet Li stars as real-life martial arts legend Huo Yuanjia -- a world-class Chinese fighter who dreams of continuing his father's legacy -- in this action-packed historical drama set at the turn of the 20th century. As Yuanjia's skills grow, so does his ego -- which leads to a devastating personal tragedy. Now, he must learn from his misfortunes before he can return to defend his country in an international tournament.

  1. Orphaned as a child in feudal Japan, Azumi (Aya Ueto) is raised by a master assassin with just one purpose: to kill upon command, anytime, anywhere. In a risky bid to restore peace to a war-torn nation, the shogun orders Azumi and her fellow assassins to eliminate several rival warlords. But as she carries out her assignment, Azumi begins to question her task -- and her fate. Shun Oguri and Hiroki Narimiya co-star.

  1. When virtuous high school student Dawn (Jess Weixler) becomes the victim of a sexual assault, she discovers that she has an unexpected line of defense: a toothed vagina. But coming to terms with the novelty of her anatomical anomaly might be easier said than done. John Hensley, Hale Appleman and Josh Pais co-star in director Mitchell Lichtenstein's provocative feminist horror flick that gives girl power a whole new meaning.

  1. After rookie Central City cop Denny Colt (Gabriel Macht) is murdered, he's mysteriously reborn as masked superhero the Spirit. Setting out to rid the streets of crime, he finds his archnemesis in the Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson), whose quest for immortality imperils the entire city. Scarlett Johansson, Eva Mendes and Paz Vega co-star in this adaptation of Will Eisner's classic comic by writer-director Frank Miller (Sin City, 300).

  1. The third installment in the Mummy franchise takes archaeologist Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) to China, pitting him against an emperor (Jet Li) from the 2,000-year-old Han dynasty who's returned from the dead to pursue a quest for world domination. This time, O'Connell enlists the help of his family -- including his wife (Maria Bello) and son (Luke Ford) -- to quash the so-called Dragon Emperor and his abuse of supernatural power.

  1. Don Swan (Mark Hamill) attends a comic book convention (Comic-con in San Diego, Calif.) to film a documentary featurette about a popular comic book that looks to break out and become a major movie blockbuster. But the studio doesn't know that Swan is obsessed with the comic book and has his own peculiar plans for the documentary. Bruce Campbell, Stan Lee, Kevin Smith and a host of others make cameo appearances.

  1. This disc includes episodes: "Pilot," "Hell-A Woman," "The Whore of Babylon," "Fear and Loathing at the Fundraiser," "LOL" and "Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder."

  1. This disc includes episodes: "Girls Interrupted," "California Sun," "Filthy Lucre," "The Devil's Threesome," "Turn the Page" and "The Last Waltz."

  1. Picking up where Night of the Living Dead left off, this classic horror flick from director George A. Romero begins with an undead army of flesh-eating zombies taking over every major city in the United States. Running for their lives, Peter (Ken Foree), Roger (Scott H. Reiniger), Stephen (David Emge) and Frances (Gaylen Ross) find refuge in a remote shopping mall, only to discover they have to fight a motorcycle gang, too.

  1. Indie director Kevin Smith chooses Degrassi High for the location of his new film in this three-part season finale of the popular series. Smith and sidekick Jason Mewes hit the campus to film Jay and Silent Bob Go Canadian, Eh? which stars singer Alanis Morrisette as the principal who admits Jay and Silent Bob as students so they can finally graduate. This unrated director's cut features plenty of extras -- and explicit language.

  1. Hit man Michael Sullivan (Tom Hanks), known in his 1930s Chicago world as The Angel of Death, is on the run after his wife (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and son are murdered. With his surviving son (Tyler Hoechlin) in tow, Michael sets out to exact brutal vengeance. Complicating matters in this crime actioner are a reporter (Jude Law), Al Capone's enforcer (Stanley Tucci) and other shady characters.

  1. This disc includes the following episodes: "Heaven's Chimney," "A White Man Set Them Free," "Oh, You Men," "Flat-Top Tony and the Purple Canoes."

  1. This disc includes the following episodes: "Please. Don't Kill Me," "Goin' On a Holiday," "Bush is a Pussy," "The Return of the Curse of the Creature's Ghost," "It's a No-Brainer."

  1. Director Takashi Miike fashions an explosive drama in Audition. Shigeharu Aoyama (Ryo Ishibashi) has lived as a widower for too long and decides it's time to marry again. But how will he find a wife? When a friend suggests he hold a fake audition to pick the right woman, he takes him up on it -- only to realize that his choice may be a better actress than he bargained for.

  1. If you could go back in time and undo a horrible childhood, would you? This 2004 thriller poses that complex question when college student Evan Treborn (Ashton Kutcher), who's besieged by tragic memories, discovers a way to alter his past. But if he does, will it make a difference? Amy Smart, Melora Walters and Eric Stoltz also star. Note: This is a one-sided disc that includes the director's cut of the film, plus bonus features.

  1. Aileen Wuornos (Charlize Theron, in an Oscar-winning performance) faced difficult odds early in life, abusing drugs and becoming a prostitute (and pregnant) by the age of 13. Wuornos moved from Michigan to Florida where she continued to ply her "trade," specializing in a clientele consisting mainly of truck drivers. It was during that time that she began murdering any "John" who tried to rape her. Christina Ricci co-stars in this true story.

  1. After their parents are tragically killed, three young orphans -- siblings Violet (Emily Browning), Klaus (Liam Aiken) and Sunny -- are taken in by the cunning and dastardly Count Olaf (Jim Carrey), who hopes to snatch their inheritance from them. Meryl Streep, Billy Connolly and Timothy Spall co-star in director Brad Silberling's take on the best-selling series of darkly funny children's books, with Jude Law narrating as Lemony Snicket.

  1. After rookie grifter Johnny Hooker (Robert Redford) tracks down veteran flim-flam man Henry Gondorff (Paul Newman) in 1930s Chicago, the duo plans to fleece a homicidal racketeer (Robert Shaw) through a phony racetrack scam involving a string of double and triple crosses. The Sting picked up seven Academy Awards, including Oscars for Best Picture, Best Directing (George Roy Hill) and Best Original Screenplay (David S. Ward).

  1. Martin Scorsese draws on Nicholas Pileggi's book about Las Vegas in the 1970s and '80s as inspiration for his tale contrasting the city's glamorous exterior with its sordid interior fueled by excess -- and the mob. Against this backdrop, the story chronicles the rise and fall of a casino owner with mob connections (Robert De Niro), his friend and Mafia underboss (Joe Pesci) and an ex-prostitute with expensive taste and a driving will (Sharon Stone).

  1. Michael Mann directs James Caan as a professional safecracker named Frank, who specializes in high-profile diamond heists. Frank plans to use his ill-gotten income to retire from crime and build a nice life for himself complete with a home, wife and kids. To accelerate this process, he signs on with a top gangster (Robert Prosky) for a big score. But when Frank tries to quit the job, the mob comes after him and his girlfriend (Tuesday Weld).

  1. Smooth and sexy Alex "Hitch" Hitchens (Will Smith) is the master of seduction in this charming romantic comedy. His specialty? Helping clueless clients make a great first impression so they not only get to the second date, but make someone fall for them. When a gossip reporter (Eva Mendes) starts nosing around his business, however, Hitch finds himself out of moves as he forgets all his lessons and has to figure out a whole new strategy to love.

  1. In this gangland epic based on actual events, black gangs in 1930s New York battle the Italian mob for control of the Harlem numbers racket. Laurence Fishburne portrays Harlem boss Ellsworth "Bumpy" Johnson (the same character he played 13 years earlier in The Cotton Club), who is tasked with protecting the business from Mafioso Dutch Schultz (Tim Roth) and his increasingly violent crew. Andy Garcia co-stars as Lucky Luciano.

  1. After charismatic but naïve Dignan (Owen Wilson) persuades his pals Bob (Robert Musgrave) and Anthony (Luke Wilson) to rob a bookstore, the trio takes it on the lam. While holing up in a border-town motel, they bungle their way into a big heist orchestrated by a glib gangster (James Caan). This comic indie caper marked the acting debuts of the Wilson brothers and introduced the world to the quirky directorial vision of Wes Anderson.

  1. Based on the classic novel by H.G. Wells, this sci-fi adventure stars Guy Pearce as Alexander Hartdegen, a scientist and inventor who's determined to prove to a doubtful world that time travel is actually possible. In the 1890s, he builds a time machine that sends him progressively farther into the future -- eventually hurtling him 800,000 years from now to a strange time in which mankind has divided into two races: the hunters and the hunted.

  1. Cocky researcher Sebastian Caine (Kevin Bacon) is a working on a project to make living creatures invisible. He's so confident he's found the right formula that he tests it on himself and begins to vanish. Problem is, no one can figure out how to make him visible again. Soon his invisibility drives Caine mad -- with terrifying results. The special effects are a knockout as Caine fades away organ by organ in director Paul Verhoeven's thriller. This film is Unrated on the Blu-Ray format.

  1. Geeky student Arnie Cunningham (Keith Gordon) falls for Christine, a rusty 1958 Plymouth Fury, and becomes obsessed with restoring the classic automobile to her former glory. As the car changes, so does Arnie, whose newfound confidence turns to arrogance behind the wheel of his exotic beauty. Arnie's girlfriend Leigh and best friend Dennis reach out to him, only to be met by a Fury like no other. Based on Stephen King's chilling novel.

  1. This jarring black-and-white brain-bender written and directed by Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream) is a haunting examination of science, mathematics -- and one man's haunting numerical obsession. The story follows emotionally fragile number theorist Max Cohen (Sean Gullette), who's on the trail of a 216-digit number hidden within Pi that could unlock the secrets of the stock market ... and the universe.

  1. Ellen Burstyn scored an Oscar nomination for her stunning performance as Sara Goldfarb, a widow whose growing dependence on amphetamines and the boob tube parallels that of her junkie son (Jared Leto), his gal pal (Jennifer Connelly) and his buddy (Marlon Wayans). An unnerving tour through the agonizing nature of addiction, this riveting indie drama also stars Christopher McDonald as the host of an odious self-help show.

  1. Kurt Vonnegut's multilayered novel makes it to the big screen in fine fettle as a haunting, poetic and funny elegy involving Billie Pilgrim (Michael Sacks), who survives the horrific firebombing of Dresden at the end of World War II. Pilgrim subsequently lives out simultaneous past lives as a POW and a well-loved zoo resident on the planet Tralfamadore, and a present-day life as an aging optometrist from New York.

  1. When a mystery needs to be solved, and it's not a whodunit but rather a maze involving complex emotions, it requires the expertise of intellectual -- and perhaps slightly kooky -- detectives Vivian (Lily Tomlin) and Bernard (Dustin Hoffman). Jude Law and Naomi Watts co-star in David O. Russell's quirky comedy that finds the existential husband-and-wife team helping a do-gooding client (Jason Schwartzman) who's plagued by twists of fate.

  1. In this Tim Burton fantasy based on the novel by Daniel Wallace, William Bloom (Billy Crudup) tries to learn more about his dying father, Edward, by piecing together disparate facts from a lifetime of fantastical tales and legends of epic proportions. Ewan McGregor co-stars as the young Edward, a traveling salesman, with Albert Finney playing him as an older man. Helena Bonham Carter and Steve Buscemi also star.

  1. Four boyhood pals perform a heroic act and are changed by the powers they gain in return. Years later, on a hunting trip in the Maine woods, they're overtaken by a vicious blizzard that harbors an ominous presence. Challenged to stop an alien force, the friends must first prevent the slaughter of innocent civilians by a military vigilante … and then overcome a threat to the bond that unites the four of them.

  1. In this loose adaptation of H.G. Wells's novel about alien invasion, Tom Cruise stars as Ray, a divorced dockworker whose children (Dakota Fanning and Justin Chatwin) are staying with him for the weekend when a fleet of spaceships carrying tripod creatures appears in his neighborhood. Forced to become the protective father he's never been, Ray scrambles to usher his kids to safety, as the invasion escalates around them. Steven Spielberg directs.

  1. Co-directors Jeff Zimbalist and Matt Mochary's acclaimed documentary charts the growth of Rio de Janeiro's AfroReggae movement, a grassroots effort to combat the soul-crushing oppression of the city's most notorious slum. Led by former street thug Anderson Sa, the nonviolent program celebrates Afro-Brazilian culture, drawing on hip-hop music and dance to unite the impoverished neighborhood against the ubiquitous drug pushers and corrupt cops.

  1. While investigating a deadly water-borne epidemic along the Nile River, Dirk Pitt (Matthew McConaughey) uncovers a secret dating back to Lincoln's assassination and battles an evil industrialist bent on killing every living thing in the world's oceans. Steve Zahn and Penelope Cruz co-star in this exotic action-adventure based on Clive Cussler's best-selling novels, which routinely set the daring adventurer on a mission to save the world.

  1. Security Police Section 9 keeps the peace in the not-too-distant future. But Maj. Motoko Kusanagi, who has a cyborg body and a human brain, has left the force just in time for a supervillain known as the Puppeteer to cause a series of catastrophes. Based on the "Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex" anime series, the rest of the plot follows Section 9's efforts to figure out exactly who their mysterious new enemy is.

  1. In a futuristic world, a strict regime has eliminated war by suppressing emotions: Books, art and music are strictly forbidden, and feeling is a crime punishable by death -- a rule that's enforced by feeding the denizens a mood-limiting drug. John Preston (Christian Bale) is a top government official responsible for destroying those who resist the rules. But when he misses a dose of his own medication, he experiences a pang of conscience.

  1. Offering up violent, action-filled tales of mistaken identity and revenge, this double feature includes writer-director Robert Rodriguez's 1992 indie debut, Sundance Film Festival winner El Mariachi, and its big-budget follow-up, Desperado. El Mariachi chronicles the travails of a traveling musician (Carlos Gallardo) who's been mistaken for an assassin. In Desperado, the mariachi (Antonio Banderas) returns -- this time seeking retribution.

  1. This disc includes the following episodes: Extended Pilot, Pilot, "Top Banana," "Bringing Up Buster," "Key Decisions," "Visiting Ours" and "Charity Drive." Extras include an introduction by Ron Howard, audio commentary, deleted scenes, a behind-the-scenes featurette and original songs (audio only).

  1. This disc includes the following episodes: "My Mother the Car," "In God We Trust," "Storming the Castle," "Pier Pressure," "Public Relations," "Marta Complex," "Beef Consomme" and "Shock and Aww." Extras include audio commentary, deleted scenes and a Q&A with creator Mitchell Hurwitz and the cast.

  1. This disc includes the following episodes: "Staff Infection," "Missing Kitty," "Altar Egos," "Justice is Blind," "Best Man for the Gob," "Whistler's Mother," "Not Without My Daughter" and "Let Them Eat Cake." Extras include deleted scenes, "Arrested Development: The Making of a Future Classic" featurette and more.

  1. Nominated for a Palme d'Or at Cannes, this tense Western stars Clint Eastwood (who also directs) as a stranger in a clerical collar who rides into a mining town and comes to the aid of some gold prospectors under the thumb of a ruthless landowner (Richard Dysart). Known as the Preacher, Eastwood's loner can shoot faster and straighter than anyone, and he's unafraid to take on the band of thugs terrorizing the miners.

  1. Screenwriter Neil Gaiman's masterful allegorical drama, which melds live actors with animated characters, portrays the existence of a 15-year-old girl named Helena (Stephanie Leonidas) in a civilization ruled by light and darkness. When the Light Queen loses her equal hold on the kingdom, plunging it into gloomy shadows, Helena takes it upon herself to restore the universe back to its rightful balance. Dave McKean directs.

  1. Evil hypnotist Dr. Caligari (Daamen J. Krall) arrives at a small-town carnival with an amazing act in which he appears to control a clairvoyant sleepwalker (Doug Jones) -- but when a string of murders ensues, it's clear that all is not what it seems. Director David Lee Fisher's inventive remake of the silent German expressionist film features a contemporary cast performing against digitally restored backgrounds from the 1919 classic.

  1. Eight months have passed since the Miskatonic Massacre (which occurred in the previous film, Re-Animator), and Doctors West and Cain are experimenting again. But this time, instead of reanimating corpses, they've decided to create new life -- in the form of a beautiful companion (from spare body parts, of course) for Dr. West. Definitely not a match made in heaven!

  1. In this period thriller based on James Ellroy's novel, Los Angeles cops Bucky Bleichert (Josh Hartnett) and Lee Blanchard (Aaron Eckhart) uncover corruption and conspiracy within the force while searching for the killer of Tinseltown hopeful Elizabeth Short (Mia Kirshner). In an effort to crack the high-profile case, Bleichert and Blanchard venture into Hollywood's darker side to piece together Short's secret life..

  1. David Fincher's chilling drama based on actual events in the 1960s and '70s recounts the infamous actions of a cryptic killer who stalked the streets of San Francisco in an executioner's hood and left clues about his crimes in the newspaper. Jake Gyllenhaal -- flanked by an impressive ensemble cast that includes Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Chloë Sevigny -- stars as the reporter who went on to write a best-selling true-crime book.

  1. The final installment of director Chan Wook Park's revenge trilogy (preceded by Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Oldboy) chronicles the efforts of Lee Geum-ja (Yeong-ae Lee) -- known to her cellmates as "the kind Ms. Geum-ja" -- to track down the man who betrayed her. Taking the rap for her accomplice and incarcerated for 13 long years, she plots an elaborate retribution with help from her fellow inmates.

  1. Five men -- all financially tethered to the yakuza -- band together to save themselves from the poorhouse. One of them, the desperate owner of a failing nightclub (Koichi Sato), comes up with a scheme to bilk the very man they owe. When 100 million yen is discovered missing from a yakuza office, the mob hires hit man Beat Takeshi (Takeshi Kitano) to go after the five working stiffs in this Takashi Ishii-directed adventure.

  1. Meet the original man of mystery. On his first mission, secret agent Derek Flint (James Coburn, with suavity to spare) squares off against the most dangerous, unpredictable weapon known to humankind: the weather. An evil organization called Galaxy has learned how to send icebergs crashing into the Mediterranean to flood entire valleys, and it's up to our man Flint to save the day. Austin Powers, get lost!

  1. A mesmerizing look at the world of pinball, this documentary delves into the history of the classic games and profiles one company's attempt to save them from extinction with the Pinball 2000, a machine fusing video images with pinball play. A real winner for fans of pinball, arcade games and technology, this movie's compelling story will score big with anyone who's ever dreamt of success or experienced failure.