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Academy Award winners Nicolas Cage and Faye Dunaway star in the nail-biting thriller Inconceivable, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD, and Digital HD August 29 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The film is currently available On Demand.
Deception hits home when the nail-biting thriller Inconceivable arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital HD), DVD, and Digital HD August 29 from Lionsgate. The film is currently available On Demand. Academy Award® winners Nicolas Cage (Best Actor, Leaving Las Vegas, 1995) and Faye Dunaway (Best Actress, Network, 1977) star alongside Gina Gershon as a family that takes a young woman and her daughter into their home only to find that she may not be who she seems. From the producers of Heist, Lone Survivor, and 2 Guns, the Inconceivable Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $24.99 and $19.98, respectively.
A family befriends a struggling single mother and invites her into their home to be their nanny, »
- Tom Stockman
Gerard Butler has done it all – when it comes to movies, that is. He’s fought against an army of Persians in 300, broken our hearts in P.S. I Love You, and saved the President of the United States not once, but twice, across Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen. With Geostorm though, the Scottish actor is going up against what’s perhaps his greatest enemy yet: Mother Nature.
Skydance has peeled back the curtain once again to deliver another jaw-dropping trailer for the film, which triggers a storm of biblical proportions. Caught up in the midst of that global catastrophe is Butler’s astronaut, who’s sent to space on a mission to course-correct humanity’s climate-controlling satellites. But those same instruments designed to mitigate natural disasters soon become mankind’s worst enemy, and while suspended in outer space, Butler’s lead character uncovers a plot to assassinate the Potus – and no, »
- Matt Joseph
In today’s movie-watching culture, festival buzz can be a killer. Look at The Witch. Early hype lauded Robert Eggers’ thriller as one of the year’s “scariest” films, which led mainstream audiences to expect something far less unconventional. In many ways, I was worried that the Judd Apatow-produced, Michael Showalter-directed The Big Sick would be slighted by similar “hilarious and heartfelt” proclamations. Could it truly be as funny and emotional as Sundance/SXSW attendees proclaimed? Short answer: 100%. Kumail Nanjiani and wife Emily V. Gordon bare their souls in this romantic-coma-dramedy, plucking all the appropriate heartstrings. So pure. So sweet. So tender. Hype can’t derail this rollercoaster of love.
Nanjiani stars as a struggling Chicago comedian/part-time Uber driver, Kumail (hmmm). Zoe Kazan stars as a blonde therapist-in-training named Emily (double hmmm), who takes a shining to the Pakistani funnyman. What starts as a one-time fling blossoms into relationship bliss, »
- Matt Donato
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