Over 80 trailers and over three hours from the first two DVDs and some new trailers are contained in this edition covering the gamut of violence, motorcycles, revenge, and learning some secrets to living.
Kingdom Men Rising is a documentary exploring what it means to be a real man in the midst of cultural trends where there is confusion about masculinity. Challenging men to rise above what we've become to lives of no more excuses.
A young American, obsessed with Spain, returns home after three months to find out that his girlfriend is cheating on him with his brother and that his mom has passed away. After several ... See full summary »
The film tells the story of Pedro Poveda (Raúl Escudero), a tenacious and innovative priest who opens paths in the field of education and in the defense of the rights of women in early ... See full summary »
During a week-end in the countryside Claire and Bruno, a couple for 12 years, pretend to split. Their friends gossip and all find good reasons for this separation. But has it not already gone too far ?
A poetic and political portrait of a working-class suburb in the process of change, "Ash and Ember" invite us to meet its inhabitants: a journey from dusk to dawn where, while speaking of ... See full summary »
This movie proves that old Broadway musicals benefited from the changes brought about by Rodgers and Hammerstein and their predecessors. Those composers added genuine stories to their musical numbers and produced heartfelt dramas with a mix of outstanding humor. But this film lacks all such charm. It seems to be about a producer's attempt to rescue a musical review from a series of disasters; I'm still not sure whether that was the subject or not. At any rate, the storyline is a thin excuse for a pastiche of dance routines accompanied by an array of songs that bear no resemblance to the alleged story or plot. Even the singers fail to impress. Add the bombastic soundtrack with what seems like 5000 horns and no strings and you've got yourself a long, long two-and-one-half hours of insipid entertainment.
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