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Monday, February 10, 2014

New Releases - February 11, 2014

Blu-rays:

All Is Lost [Robert Redford gives one of the best performances of his career in this one man show about a man who is on his yacht sailing the Indian Ocean when he hits a discarded floating cargo container. The damage to his vessel, navigation equipment and radio cause him to enter a desperate fight for survival when he drifts into a massive storm. J.C. Chandor (Margin Call) directed this breathtaking and underrated action thriller that is one of the best films of 2013 and a must for Redford fans. Highly recommended! 2013. Rated PG-13. 106 minutes. Box Office: $7 million.]

Best Man Holiday, The [In one of those rare occasions, this sequel to The Best Man (1999) got better reviews and did twice as much box office as its hit predecessor. The story has the college friends from the first film reuniting 15 years later for a Christmas holiday, but they soon discover that that forgotten rivalries and romances are easy to reignite. The great cast features Morris Chestnut, Monica Calhoun, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Melissa De Sousa, Nia Long, Harold Perrineau, Eddie Cibrian, and Riele Downs. Malcolm D. Leo (Undercover Brother, Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins) returned to direct this charming and very funny follow-up that is being released just in time for Valentine's Day. 2013. Rated R. 123 minutes. Box Office: $71 million.]

Counselor, The [After directing the highly polarizing sci-fi thriller Prometheus, Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Hannibal) directed this equally controversial film noir thriller that landed on both top ten and bottom ten year end lists in 2013. With a Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men, The Road) screenplay, you can expect a very dark story, and this is no exception as rising star Michael Fassbender (Inglorious Basterds and who also headlined and was the best thing about Prometheus) plays the title role, an efficient lawyer who gets high-profile crooks off but finds himself in over his head when he dives into a lethal drug deal. The great and eclectic cast includes Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, Bruno Ganz and Rosie Perez. 2013. Rated R. 117 minutes. The Blu-ray also includes an unrated version. Box Office: $17 million.]

Ender's Game [Solid adaptation of the beloved Orson Scott Card sci-fi book about an alien invasion that is successfully repelled by fleet commander Ben Kingsley. However, future attacks are anticipated so skilled youths are trained to be the next generation to fight the new wave of invaders. Harrison Ford gives another commanding charismatic performance as the colonel who ruthlessly trains the young charges and concentrates on a precocious genius named Ender nicely played by Hugo's Asa Butterfield.  Hailee Steinfeld (Romeo & Juliet, True Grit), Abigal Breslin (The Call, Little Miss Sunshine), Viola Davis, Aramis Knight, Moises Arias, and Suraj Partha round out the good cast. Actor turned director Gavin Hood (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Rendition) did an excellent job helming this exciting and satisfying sci-fi actioner that is dominated by dazzling CGI effects. 2013. Rated PG-13. 114 minutes. Box Office: $62 million.]

Jungle Book, The [1967]: Diamond Edition Remaster [One of Walt Disney's most beloved animated classics makes its Blu-ray debut and return to DVD with a beautiful new high definition remaster. Based on Rudyard Kipling's famous tale, the story focuses on a boy named Mowgli who was raised by wolves in the jungle and, when the wolves discover that a fierce tiger named Shere Khan is in the vicinity, they try to escort him to the nearest humans for protection. Along the way, he meets a number of  exotic and sometimes zany animals. This version is filled with exotic adventure, comedy, life lessons, and jazzy music. The terrific voices include Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, Bruce Reitherman, George Sanders, Louis Prima, Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley, Verna Felton, Darleen Carr and Chad Stuart (of Chad & Jeremy fame).  Among the fun songs are I Wanna Be Like You and the Oscar nominated The Bare Necessities. This was directed by Wolfgang Reitherman (101 Dalmatians, Robin Hood) and was the last animated film that Disney oversaw before he passed away. Highly recommended! Rated G. 78 minutes. Box Office: $142 million.]

Wadjda [Highly acclaimed Saudi Arabian-German drama about a 10 year old girl living in Saudi Arabia who is set on buying a brand new bicycle although her culture frowns on girls owning and riding one.  Going against her mother's wishes, she tries to earn the money at odd jobs and eventually enters a Koran recitation at her school. Starring Reem Abdullah, Abdullrahman Al Gohani, and Waad Mohammed. Directed by Haifaa Al Mansour, the first female director in Saudi Arabia. 2012. Rated PG. 98 minutes. Box Office: $2 million.]  

DVDs:

All Is Lost [Robert Redford gives one of the best performances of his career in this one man show about a man who is on his yacht sailing the Indian Ocean when he hits a discarded floating cargo container. The damage to his vessel, navigation equipment and radio cause him to enter a desperate fight for survival when he drifts into a massive storm. J.C. Chandor (Margin Call) directed this breathtaking and underrated action thriller that is one of the best films of 2013 and a must for Redford fans. Highly recommended! 2013. Rated PG-13. 106 minutes. Box Office: $7 million.]

Americans, The: Season 1 [This thrilling and unpredictable FX spy noir TV series is set during the 1980's Cold War era and stars Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell as a seemingly normal nice-looking American married couple who are actually a pair of lethal KGB agents set on bringing down America. Be prepared for lots of twists and turns, eroticism and ultra-violence. Highly recommended! 2013. Unrated. 4 separate rentals.]

Armstrong Lie, The [Director Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room) directed this riveting documentary about sports legend Lance Armstrong, the champion bicyclist everyone loves to hate. The really interesting thing about this film is that Gibney started this film as a straight and favorable record of Armstrong's comeback to racing after beating cancer.  Then Armstrong confessed to the doping that he totally denied for all his years of racing, and that changed the entire tone of the film as Armstrong spilled the truth to the world and Gibney out of guilt and/or possibly to get ahead of all the mounting evidence and legal proceedings that await him.  In any case, Gibney inadvertently was handed a much better movie: a portrait of the ultimate fall from grace of a supposed All-American hero. Highly Recommended! 2013. Rated R. 124 minutes.]

Artist and the Model, The [Fine, whimsical drama starring Jean Rochefort as an aging artist living in occupied France in 1943 who finds his last muse when a beautiful Spanish girl escapes from a nearby refugee camp and knocks on his door.  Aida Foch and Claudia Cardinale also star. Fernando Trueba (Belle Epoque, Calle 54) directed. 2013. Rated R. 105 minutes.]

Austenland [Keri Russell (Waitress, August Rush) is charming as Jane, a Jane Austen fanatic who is obsessed with meeting someone like Colin Firth's version of Mr. Darcy in the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice. Tired of waiting for romance, she uses her savings to go to an English resort that recreates the Austen period, and she gets much more than she bargained for.  Co-starring JJ Field, Brett McKenzie, Jennifer Coolidge, James Callis, Georgia King and Jane Seymour. Jerusha Hess, the screenwriter of Napoleon Dynamite, made her directing debut with this cute romcom. 2013. Rated PG-13. 97 minutes. Box Office: $3 million.] 

Best Man Holiday, The [In one of those rare occasions, this sequel to The Best Man (1999) got better reviews and did twice as much box office as its hit predecessor. The story has the college friends from the first film reuniting 15 years later for a Christmas holiday, but they soon discover that that forgotten rivalries and romances are easy to reignite. The great cast features Morris Chestnut, Monica Calhoun, Taye Diggs, Regina Hall, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Melissa De Sousa, Nia Long, Harold Perrineau, Eddie Cibrian, and Riele Downs. Malcolm D. Leo (Undercover Brother, Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins) returned to direct this charming and very funny follow-up that is being released just in time for Valentine's Day. 2013. Rated R. 123 minutes. Box Office: $71 million.]

Blood Brother [Unusual documentary about young, aimless and lonely American Rocky Braat, who travels to India and accidentally finds an AIDS hostel for kids.  When he decides to move into the orphanage, his friend Steve Hooper goes to India to make a film about him. 2013. Unrated. 92 minutes.]

Computer Chess [Clever indie comedy set in the 1980's at a chess tournament where early computer programmers try to develop a program in which a computer can beat a human at chess. The mostly unknown cast includes  Kriss Schludermann, Tom Fletcher, Wiley Wiggins, Patrick Riester, Kevin Bewersdorf, and Gene Williams. Directed by Andrew Bujalski. 2013. Unrated. 92 minutes.]

Counselor, The [After directing the highly polarizing sci-fi thriller Prometheus, Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Hannibal) directed this equally controversial film noir thriller that landed on both top ten and bottom ten year end lists in 2013. With a Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men, The Road) screenplay, you can expect a very dark story, and this is no exception as rising star Michael Fassbender (Inglorious Basterds and who also headlined and was the best thing about Prometheus) plays the title role, an efficient lawyer who gets high-profile crooks off but finds himself in over his head when he dives into a lethal drug deal. The great and eclectic cast includes Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, Bruno Ganz and Rosie Perez. 2013. Rated R. 117 minutes. The Blu-ray also includes an unrated version. Box Office: $17 million.]

Diana [2013] [Probably the most unfairly maligned film of 2013, this docudrama about the last few years of Princess Diana's life deserves a second look. Naomi Watts (The Impossible, The Girl) tries her best to capture the charisma and the enigmatic qualities of the much beloved Diana as she weathers her messy divorce from Prince Charles, continues her valiant campaign for charities and human rights while trying to find happiness and much-needed love. She finds the latter with Dr. Hasnat Khan, a Pakistani heart surgeon, but their affair is kept secret from the world. Naveen Andrews (The English Patient, TV's Lost) plays the doctor. Douglas Hodge, Geraldine James, Charles Edwards, Daniel Pirrie, Cas Anvar and Juliet Stevenson also star. Most of the press took the film to task for showing Diana in a slightly unflattering light.  The British in particular was miffed, which is ironic since their tabloids are the most to blame for trying to taint her image.  Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, the acclaimed director of Downfall and The Experiment. Rated PG-13. 113 minutes.]

Ender's Game [Solid adaptation of the beloved Orson Scott Card sci-fi book about an alien invasion that is successfully repelled by fleet commander Ben Kingsley. However, future attacks are anticipated so skilled youths are trained to be the next generation to fight the new wave of invaders. Harrison Ford gives another commanding charismatic performance as the colonel who ruthlessly trains the young charges and concentrates on a precocious genius named Ender nicely played by Hugo's Asa Butterfield.  Hailee Steinfeld (Romeo & Juliet, True Grit), Abigal Breslin (The Call, Little Miss Sunshine), Viola Davis, Aramis Knight, Moises Arias, and Suraj Partha round out the good cast. Actor turned director Gavin Hood (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Rendition) did an excellent job helming this exciting and satisfying sci-fi actioner that is dominated by dazzling CGI effects. 2013. Rated PG-13. 114 minutes. Box Office: $62 million.]

G-Dog [Uplifting documentary about the unlikely story of white Jesuit priest Father Greg Boyle who became an expert on gang lives and helping to get them out of the life. Freida Lee Mock (Maya Lin) directed. 2012. Unrated. 92 minutes.]

Grabbers [2013] [Enjoyable UK-Irish horror homage/satire starring Richard Coyle as a mostly drunk veteran cop who shows newcomer Ruth Bradley the ropes while a mysterious tentacle creature is wreaking havoc in their small Irish fishing village. Unrated. 94 minutes.]

How I live Now [Tense British futuristic thriller starring Saorise Ronan (Hanna, Atonement) as a US teen who arrives in the UK to stay with relatives. After an awkward transition, she meets a boy and falls in love, but when Britain becomes a military state, she must fight to survive. Co-starring George Mackay, Tom Holland, Harvey Bird and Anna Chancellor. Directed by Kevin Mcdonald, who directed The Last King of Scotland and State of Play. 2013. Rated R. 101 minutes.]

It's Better to Jump [Stunning documentary about Akka, an Israeli coastal town that is the only city in the modern world that is peacefully inhabited by Muslims, Christians, Jews and Baha'l, and its history dates back to the Egyptian pharaohs. However, it's main claim to fame is an age old tradition in which children dive off a sliver thin 40 foot cliff into the sea as a rite of passage. Gina Angelone, Mouna Stewart and Patrick Alexander Stewart directed. 2013. Unrated. 75 minutes.]

Jungle Book, The [1967]: Diamond Edition Remaster [One of Walt Disney's most beloved animated classics makes its Blu-ray debut and return to DVD with a beautiful new high definition remaster. Based on Rudyard Kipling's famous tale, the story focuses on a boy named Mowgli who was raised by wolves in the jungle and, when the wolves discover that a fierce tiger named Shere Khan is in the vicinity, they try to escort him to the nearest humans for protection. Along the way, he meets a number of  exotic and sometimes zany animals. This version is filled with exotic adventure, comedy, life lessons, and jazzy music. The terrific voices include Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, Bruce Reitherman, George Sanders, Louis Prima, Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley, Verna Felton, Darleen Carr and Chad Stuart (of Chad & Jeremy fame).  Among the fun songs are I Wanna Be Like You and the Oscar nominated The Bare Necessities. This was directed by Wolfgang Reitherman (101 Dalmatians, Robin Hood) and was the last animated film that Disney oversaw before he passed away. Highly recommended! Rated G. 78 minutes. Box Office: $142 million.]

Killing Kennedy [Well-reviewed TV film about the assassination of JFK and the chaotic aftermath. Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin are excellent as John and Jackie Kennedy. Will Rothhaar and Michelle Trachtenberg also star. Nelson McCormick (The Stepfather) directed. 2013. Unrated. 92 minutes.]

Last Enemy, The [BBC] [Acclaimed British futuristic suspense miniseries starring Benedict Cumberbatch as an isolated mathematician who returns to a police state United Kingdom for his brother's funeral and ends up falling for his brother's widow while under surveillance by the government. Starring Anamaria Marinca, Robert Carlyle, Max Beesley, Geraldine James, Eva Birthistle, and David Harewood. 2008. Unrated. Two separate rentals.] 

Last Tango in Hallifax [BBC]: Season 1 [Charming British dramedy series starring Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid as childhood sweethearts who reunite after their longtime spouses have died and rekindle their romance while their daughters struggle with problems. Co-starring Sarah Lancashire, Nicola Walker, Tony Gardner, Dean Andrews, Nina Sosanya, Ronni Ancona and Josh Bolt. 2013. Unrated. Two separate rentals.]

Life of a King [In one of his better recent movies, Cuba Gooding, Jr. stars as an ex-con who starts a chess club to get DC inner city kids off the street. Also starring Richard T. Jones, Dennis Haysbert, Paula Jai Parker, and Lisa Gay Hamilton. Jake Goldberger (Don McKay) directed. 2013. Rated PG-13. 100 minutes.]

Lilyhammer: Season 1 [The Sopranos' Steven Van Zandt stars in this comedy TV series as a mob boss who testifies against the mob, gets witness protection and asks to be sent to a small town in Norway, where the past eventually catches up with him. Marian Saastad Ottesen, Trond Fausa Aurvang, Steinar Sagan, and Kyrre Hellum co-star. 2012. Unrated. Two separate rentals.]

Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth [The controversial boxer is shown raw and uncut as he looks back on his checkered career and life in this cathartic documentary that shows him in a more sympathetic light than usual thanks to his recent public redemption and appearances in The Hangover films.  Directed by Spike Lee for HBO. 2013. Unrated. 90 minutes.]

Mother of George [Well-acted drama of Nigerian newlyweds in New York who run into trouble when they cannot conceive. Danai Gurira (of The Walking Dead fame) and Isaach De Bankole star as the couple. Directed by Andrew Dosunmu (Restless City). 2013. Rated R. 107 minutes.]

Museum Hours [Austrian-US drama about a Viennese museum guard who befriends an enigmatic visitor and the grand Kunisthistoriches Art Museum becomes a mysterious crossroads which sparks the exploration of their cities, lives and the ways artwork reflect and shape the world. Jem Cohen directed this fine drama starring Mary Margaret O'Hara, Bobby Sommer, and Ela Piplits. 2013. Unrated. 107 minutes.]

Paradise: Faith [Second film in a trilogy directed by Ulrich Seidl (the first is Paradise: Love), this drama stars Maria Hofstatter as a single woman in her 50's who goes door to door in Vienna doing missionary work so that Austria can get back on the righteous path.  However, she is thrown off balance when her disabled Egyptian Muslim husband returns to her life. Also starring Nabel Saleh, Trude Mazur, Dieter Mazur, Rene Rupnik, and Natalia Baranova. 2012. Unrated. 115 minutes.]

Paradise: Hope [Humorous third and final installment in Ulrich Seidl's trilogy starring Melanie Lenz as an overweight teen who goes to summer diet camp and finds her first love in a doctor 40 years her senior. Joseph Lorenz, Michael Thomas, Vivian Bartsch, and Verena Lehbar co-star. 2013. Unrated. 92 minutes.]

Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer [Fine documentary about the three young women who started a feminist art collective turned punk band named Pussy Riot to satirize and denounce the regime of Vladimir Putin. When they perform anti-Putin songs in Moscow cathedral, they are arrested, thrown in prison for years, and set off a new era of repression and mass arrests in Russia. Directed by Mike Lerner and Maxim Pozdorovkin. 2013. Unrated. 88 minutes.]

Rake [Australia]: Season 1 [If you are watching the hilarious current one hour sitcom of the US version of this Aussie TV show starring Greg Kinnear, you might want to check out the original starring Richard Roxburgh (Moulin Rouge, Sanctum) as a brilliant, self-destructive, reckless and wildly unpredictable criminal barrister who entertains jurors but outrages judges. Matt Day, Russell Dykstra, Danielle Cormack and Caroline Brazier co-star. Recommended! 2012. Unrated. 3 separate rentals.]  

Sherlock [BBC 2014]: Season 3 [Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman finally return as Sherlock and Watson after spending the last few years doing huge motion picture epics. They are in top form again in this modern adaptation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stories featuring three more complex murder mysteries. Highly recommended!   If you enjoy these updates, you should also check out Elementary. 2014. Unrated. Two separate rentals.]

Space Warriors [Family friendly sci-fi film starring Thomas Horn as a kid who tricks his parents into going to space camp and is pulled out when they discover his lie.  However, when NASA commander Danny Glover requests his help to solve a problem only he can solve, he may redeem himself with his friends and family. Also starring Dermot Mulroney, Mira Sorvino, and Josh Lucas. Sean McNamara (Soul Surfer, Raise Your Voice) directed. 2013. Rated PG.]

Summit, The [Chilling recreation of the deadliest day on the world's most dangerous mountain when 11 climbers mysteriously died on K2. Starring Christine Barnes, Hoselito Bite, Marco Confortola, Pat Falvey, Niall Foley, Stefan Grossniklaus, Hristo Mitzkov, Johannes Moser, Lochlainn O'Mearain. Directed by Nick Ryan. 2013. Rated R. 95 minutes.]

Vera: Set 3 [British] [Brenda Blethyn returns in Set 3 of this engrossing British detective series in which she plays Vera Stanhope, a sharp detective in northeast England with a messy life. David Leon, Paul Ritter and Jon Morrison also star. 2013. Unrated. Four separate rentals.] 

Wadjda [Highly acclaimed Saudi Arabian-German drama about a 10 year old girl living in Saudi Arabia who is set on buying a brand new bicycle although her culture frowns on girls owning and riding one.  Going against her mother's wishes, she tries to earn the money at odd jobs and eventually enters a Koran recitation at her school. Starring Reem Abdullah, Abdullrahman Al Gohani, and Waad Mohammed. Directed by Haifaa Al Mansour, the first female director in Saudi Arabia. 2012. Rated PG. 98 minutes. Box Office: $2 million.]

Wild Bill [2011] [UK dramedy starring Charlie Creed-Miles as a just released ex-con who finds out he has to take care of his 11 and 15 year old sons who were abandoned by their mom. Of course, trouble follows and he has to choose between his old life and his new family dynamic. Will Poulter, Liz White, Sammy Williams, Charlotte Spencer, Leo Gregory, Neil Maskell, Iwan Rehon, Jason Flemyng, Jamie Winstone, Olivia Williams and Andy Serkis star. The directing debut of actor Dexter Fletcher (Kick-Ass, The Elephant Man). Unrated. 98 minutes.]

Winnebago Man [Wild documentary made by Ben Steinbauer, who searches for the obscure Jack Rebney, an over-the-top 1980's RV TV salesman whose meltdown on video has become a legendary send-off that ended his career and local celebrity. Steinbauer finds out what happened in the subsequent years and find out that Rebney is still an unforgettable character. 2009. Unrated. 95 minutes.]

Yossi [2012] [This sequel to 2002's Yossi & Jagger finds Yossi now a respected cardiologist but still dealing with his grief from losing Jagger until he travels to Eilat and meets a handsome openly gay Israeli officer who might help him move on. Eytan Fox (The Bubble, Walk on Water) returned to direct this Israeli produced romance/drama. Dhad Knoller, Oz Zehavi, Orly Silbersatz, Ola Schur Selektar and Lior Ashkenazi star. 2012. Unrated. 84 minutes.]

New Arrivals:

From Beyond [Re-Animator director Stuart Gordon and stars Jeffrey Combs and Barbara Crampton reunited for another cult horror classic based on an H.P. Lovecraft story about mad scientists who invent a machine to stimulate the sixth sense and accidentally open a portal to a hostile alternate universe. A solid horror flick that nicely balances creepiness and campiness. 1986. Rated R. 86 minutes. ]

Many Wars Ago [aka Uomini Contro] [This little seen Italian WWI drama tells the story of a crazy Italian general who badly botches an attack on Austrian forces and then blames his own troops, causing a mutiny. Although the story is very similar to Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory, director Francesco Rosi (Hands over the City, Lucky Luciano) creates a film that is equally effective and well-acted. Mark Frechette, Alain Cuny and Gian Maria Volonte star. This is one of the few films Frechette did before his untimely death in prison. The handsome actor made his debut in Michaelangelo Antonioni's Zabriskie Point and followed that visual stunner with this film and one other obscure Italian film before he was convicted of robbing a bank in 1973. He died in prison when a barbell "accidentally" fell on him two years later at age 27. 1970. Unrated. 100 minutes.] 

Selma, Lord, Selma [Moving TV movie about an 11 year old girl who is touched by a speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. and becomes a devout follower in 1965 Alabama, but her faith is tested in the march from Selma to Montgomery. Jurnee Smallett-Bell, Clifton Davis, Mackenzie Astin, and Ella Joyce star. Directed by Charles Burnett. 1999. Unrated. 94 minutes]

Trans-Europ Express [Offbeat and ground-breaking French New Wave satire of crime thrillers that takes place on a train and crosscuts between a couple making a film about a gangster and the exploits of the real gangster in a different time. Starring Jean-Louis Tritignant, Marie-France Pisier, and Nadine Verdier. Directed by Alain Robbe-Brillet. 1967. Unrated. 105 minutes.]
Trust [Hal Hartley (The Unbelievable Truth, Henry Fool) directed this great cult romantic comedy starring the late Adrienne Shelley as a high school dropout who tells her parents that she is pregnant, causing her father to die of a heart attack, while her mother kicks her out of the house and her boyfriend dumps her. She meets a young high school grad who likes working on a electronics but can't keep a job so he lives with his dad.  He offers to help her and an unlikely romance begins. In addition to Shelley's winning performance, there is fine work by Martin Donovan, Rebecca Nelson, Edie Falco, John Mackay, Matt Malloy and Karen Sillas. Highly Recommended! 1990. Rated R. 107 minutes.]
Notes by manager Steven Y. Mori.



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