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    Speed Vhs Tape
    Speed VHS tape, a VCR original movie and not a taped copy. It comes with the original box and is in very good working condition. Combined movie tape purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1273
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    The Bachelor Vhs Tape
    The Bachelor VHS tape, a VCR original movie and not a taped copy. It comes with the original box and is in very good working condition. Combined movie tape purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1269
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    The Best Bad Thing Vhs Tape
    The Best Bad Thing VHS tape, a VCR original movie and not a taped copy. It comes with the original box and is in very good working condition. Combined movie tape purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1270
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    People Magazine February 22, 1982 Hill Street Blues
    This Vintage People Weekly Magazine from February 22, 1982 is in very good condition but has slight wear and the pages are slightly yellowed. This magazine measures approx. 8 x 10 3/4 . This magazine's front cover features Hill Street Blues & more. This magazine is filled with many articles & vintage ads.
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    Us Magazine January 3, 1983 Donna Mills/ted Shackelford
    This Vintage Us Magazine from January 3, 1983 is in very good condition but has a slight wear and the pages are slightly yellowed. This magazine measures approx. 8 x 10 3/4 . This magazine's front cover features Donna Mills & Ted Shackelford (Hot Suits: The Us Swimwear Preview-What TV's Heavenly Bodies Will Almost Have On At The Beach) & more. This magazine is filled with many articles & vintage ads.
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    Us Magazine August 31, 1982 Joan Collins
    This Vintage Us Magazine from August 31, 1982 is in very good condition but has a slight wear and the pages are slightly yellowed. This magazine measures approx. 8 x 10 3/4 . This magazine's front cover features Joan Collins (Dynasty's Superwitch Is Really A Supermom Whose Love Brought Her Child Back To Life), E. T.'s Earthy Mom: Dee Wallace & more. This magazine is filled with many articles & vintage ads.
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    Dinner With Friends
    Dinner With Friends DVD disc with case. DVD disc is original (not a burned copy), in excellent working condition and includes original case. All extra discs with bonus material are included as well as booklets. All DVD movies were purchased in the United States. Combined PSP/PS1/PS2/DVD/XBOX purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1191
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    The Late Shift
    The Late Shift DVD disc with case. DVD disc is original (not a burned copy), in excellent working condition and includes original case. All extra discs with bonus material are included as well as booklets. All DVD movies were purchased in the United States. Combined PSP/PS1/PS2/DVD/XBOX purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1190
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    Kill Bill, Volume 1
    Kill Bill, Volume 1 PSP UMD Movie, Playstation Personal Ultimate Media Disc Movie with original case. It comes with the original case and is in excellent working condition. Combined PSP/PS1/PS2/DVD/XBOX purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1189
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    Dawn Of The Dead, Directors Uncut
    Dawn Of The Dead, Director's Uncut PSP UMD Movie, Playstation Personal Ultimate Media Disc Movie with original case. It comes with the original case and is in excellent working condition. Combined PSP/PS1/PS2/DVD/XBOX purchases will be charged combined shipping charges and no more. 09pdp1188
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    1948 Command Decision With Paul Kelly
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1948 movie ad for Command Decision is in excellent condition but has slight wear and is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This movie magazine ad for Command Decision depicts Paul Kelly.
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    Flaming Star 1960 Movie Still Elvis Presley
    This Vintage 1960 Movie Still Of Flaming Star is in excellent condition but has slight wear. This Movie Still measures approx. 10 x 8 and is suitable for framing. This Movie Still features Elvis Presley & Steve Forrest in a Scene from the 20th Century-Fox Production Flaming Star.
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    Flaming Star 1960 Movie Still Elvis Presley
    This Vintage 1960 Movie Still Of Flaming Star is in excellent condition but has slight wear. This Movie Still measures approx. 10 x 8 and is suitable for framing. This Movie Still features Elvis Presley in a Scene from the 20th Century-Fox Production Flaming Star.
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    Flaming Star 1960 Movie Still Elvis Presley
    This Vintage 1960 Movie Still Of Flaming Star is in excellent condition but has slight wear. This Movie Still measures approx. 10 x 8 and is suitable for framing. This Movie Still features Elvis Presley & Dolores Del RIo in a Scene from the 20th Century-Fox Production Flaming Star.
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    Follow That Dream Lobby Card 1962 Elvis Presley
    This Vintage 1962 Lobby Card of Follow That Dream is complete and in good condition with major wear, creases, stains, pinholes x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Follow That Dream with Elvis Presley.
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    1946 Ziegfeld Follies With Lovely Woman
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1946 movie ad for Ziegfeld Follies is in very good condition but is slightly yellowed. This vintage ad measures approx. 9 1/2 x 13 and is suitable for framing. This vintage magazine ad depicts M-G-M's Ziegfeld Follies With Great Stars.
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    Moonstruck Lobby Card 1987 Cher & Nicolas Cage
    This Vintage 1987 Lobby Card of Moonstruck is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Moonstruck with Nicolas Cage and Cher.
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    Moonstruck Lobby Card 1987 Cher & Nicolas Cage
    This Vintage 1987 Lobby Card of Moonstruck is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Moonstruck with Nicolas Cage and Cher.
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    Moonstruck Lobby Card 1987 Cher & Nicolas Cage
    This Vintage 1987 Lobby Card of Moonstruck is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Moonstruck with Nicolas Cage and Cher.
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    Moonstruck Lobby Card 1987 Cher & Nicolas Cage
    This Vintage 1987 Lobby Card of Moonstruck is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Moonstruck with Nicolas Cage and Cher.
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    Moonstruck Lobby Card 1987 Cher & Nicolas Cage
    This Vintage 1987 Lobby Card of Moonstruck is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Moonstruck with Nicolas Cage and Cher.
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    Zelig Lobby Card 1983 Woody Allen & Mia Farrow
    This Vintage 1983 Lobby Card of Zelig is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Zelig with Woody Allen & Mia Farrow.
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    Curse Of The Pink Panther 1983 Robert Wagner
    This Vintage 1974 Lobby Card of Curse Of The Pink Panther is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features Blake Edwards' Curse Of The Pink Panther with Robert Wagner.
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    Naked City Lobby Card 1956 Barry Fitzgerald
    This Vintage 1956 Lobby Card of Naked City is complete and in good condition with slight wear, creases, tears x 13 and is suitable for framing. It features Naked City with Barry Fitzgerald.
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    Naked City Lobby Card 1956 Barry Fitzgerald
    This Vintage 1956 Lobby Card of Naked City is complete and in very good condition with slight wear, creases x 13 and is suitable for framing. It features Naked City with Barry Fitzgerald.
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    Thief Of Baghdad Lobby Card 1961 Steve Reeves
    This Vintage 1961 Lobby Card of Thief Of Baghdad is complete and in fair condition with major wear, creases, stains x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. It features Thief Of Baghdad which presents Steve Reeves.
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    Thief Of Baghdad Lobby Card 1961 Steve Reeves
    This Vintage 1961 Lobby Card of Thief Of Baghdad is complete and in fair condition with major wear, creases x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. It features Thief Of Baghdad which presents Steve Reeves.
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    The Trapp Family Lobby Card 1960 Ruth Eluwerik
    This Vintage 1960 Lobby Card of The Trapp Family is complete and in very good condition with slight wear, stains, creases x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. It features The Trapp Family with Ruth Eluwerik, Hans Holt, Maria Holst, Josef Meinrad, Friedrich Domin & Hilde Von Stolz.
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    The Trapp Family Lobby Card 1960 Ruth Eluwerik
    This Vintage 1958 Lobby Card of The Trapp Family is complete and in very good condition but is slightly yellowed with slight stains x 13 1/2 and is suitable for framing. It features the The Trapp Family with Ruth Eluwerik, Hans Holt, Maria Holst, Josef Meinrad, Friedrich Domin & Hilde Von Stolz.
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    The Trial Of Billy Jack Lobby Card 1974 Delores Taylor
    This Vintage 1974 Lobby Card of The Trial Of Billy Jack is complete and in fair condition with major wear, creases, stains, tears x 13 and is suitable for framing. It features The Trial Of Billy Jack with Delores Taylor and Tom Laughlin.
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    The Trial Of Billy Jack Lobby Card 1974 Delores Taylor
    This Vintage 1974 Lobby Card of The Trial Of Billy Jack is complete and in good condition with slight wear, creases, taped areas x 13 and is suitable for framing. It features The Trial Of Billy Jack with Delores Taylor and Tom Laughlin.
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    The Trial Of Billy Jack Lobby Card 1974 Delores Taylor
    This Vintage 1974 Lobby Card of The Trial Of Billy Jack is complete and in good condition with slight wear, taped areas x 13 and is suitable for framing. It features The Trial Of Billy Jack with Delores Taylor and Tom Laughlin.
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    The Trial Of Billy Jack Lobby Card 1974 Delores Taylor
    This Vintage 1974 Lobby Card of The Trial Of Billy Jack is complete and in fair condition with major wear, tear and creases. This Lobby Card measures approx. 10 x 13 and is suitable for framing. It features The Trial Of Billy Jack with Delores Taylor and Tom Laughlin.
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    The Bandit Of Zhobe Lobby Card 1958 Victor Mature
    This Vintage 1958 Lobby Card of The Bandit Of Zhobe is complete and in very good condition but is slightly yellowed with slight creases, slight dirt x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features the Columbia Picture of The Bandit Of Zhobe with Victor Mature, Anne Aubrey & Anthony Newley.
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    The Bandit Of Zhobe Lobby Card 1958 Victor Mature
    This Vintage 1958 Lobby Card of The Bandit Of Zhobe is complete and in very good condition but is slightly yellowed, has a slight tear along the left side, is missing a portion of the upper left hand corner x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features The Bandit Of Zhobe with Victor Mature, Anne Aubrey & Anthony Newley.
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    D.c. Cab Lobby Card 1983 Mr. T
    This Vintage 1983 Lobby Card of D. C. Cab is complete and in excellent condition. This Lobby Card measures approx. 11 x 14 and is suitable for framing. It features the Universal Picture D. C. Cab which features Mr. T, Adam Baldwin, Charlie Barnett, Irene Cara, Anne De Salvo, Max Gail, Jose Perez, Paul Rodriguez & Gary Busey.
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    1974 The Lords Of Flatbush Movie Lobby Card
    This original 1974 Movie Lobby Card advertising The Lords of Flatbush by Columbia Pictures is marked: Litho in USA / #74 / 168 / Original Music by Joseph Brooks / Directed by Stephen F. Verona and Martin Davidson. Starring Perry King, Henry Winkler, Sylvester Stallone, Susan Blakely, Paul Mace and Ray Sharkey. Set in the late 1950s, the coming-of-age story follows four Brooklyn teenagers known as The Lords of Flatbush. The Lords chase girls, steal cars, play pool and hang out at a local malt shop. In good + condition, there is spotting from age which I have tried to show in my pictures and it measures 11 inches high and 14 inches wide. An addition to any Movie Lobby Card Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have any questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
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    1948 Miss Tatlock's Millions With John Lund
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1948 movie ad for Miss Tatlock's Millions is in very good condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 9 3/4 x 13 and is suitable for framing. This vintage movie magazine ad depicts John Lund and Wanda Hendrix.
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    1947 Calendar Girl With Jane Frazee And Kenny Baker
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1947 movie ad for Calendar Girl is in very good condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 9 1/2 x 13 and is suitable for framing. This vintage movie magazine ad depicts a lovely woman holding a puppy.
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    That Championship Season. Dvd.
    A group of four friends reunite on the 20th anniversary of their high school basketball championship season. The reunion turns dark, however, when long hidden secrets are revealed. ~ All Movie Guide
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    The Mexican. Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts. Widescreen Dvd.
    A clumsy criminal is put in a position where he not only has to save his own skin, but that of his girlfriend in this comedy with strong undercurrents of romance. Jerry Welbach (Brad Pitt) is a low-level Mafia mechanic whose ineptitude is countered by frequent (but unpredictable) bursts of dumb luck. Jerry's girlfriend Samantha (Julia Roberts) wants him to get out of the business, and after his latest blunder lands capo Arnold Margolese (Gene Hackman) in jail, so does mid-level crime kingpin Bernie Nayman (Bob Balaban). But Bernie insists that Jerry do one last errand for the mob before they let him find employment elsewhere -- he has to go to Mexico and recover a rare and very valuable pistol, which is said to be cursed. While Samantha objects to Jerry taking the assignment, he isn't in much of a position to argue; Jerry heads south of the border, while Samantha, in a huff, sets out for Las Vegas. Once in Mexico, Jerry finds the pistol easily enough, but making his way back to the States proves to be an unexpected challenge. Meanwhile, Jerry's superiors want insurance that he'll return with the goods, so they hire Leroy (James Gandolfini), a hitman, to kidnap Samantha and hold her hostage until Jerry comes back. However, Samantha and Leroy quickly strike up a friendship, and she soon learns the gunman has a sensitive side he doesn't show to the world -- along with a few other secrets. The Mexican marked the first screen pairing for mega-stars Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt -- though, given the film's narrative arc, they play only a handful of scenes together. The film was directed by Gore Verbinski, who won awards for his work in commercials before breaking through with the quirky family comedy Mouse Hunt. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Minority Report. Tom Cruise. Widescreen. Dvd.
    One of 2002's most highly acclaimed films, Minority Report, directed by Steven Spielberg, comes to DVD in a two-disc set. Everything is in the right place with this release, starting with the image. Framed at 2.39:1 and anamorphic (a severely cropped pan and scan version is available in a separate set), the washed-out, over-saturated visual style of director of photography Janusz Kaminski is produced with exacting measures. The intentional murkiness and overall cold color patterns are perfectly realized. There are plenty of signs of grain: just as it should be. Equally impressive are both the 5.1 English Dolby Digital and DTS tracks. Each is forceful in all respects, with just enough surround material to accentuate the aural experience, while never sacrificing dialogue or subtle sound effect clarity. The second disc in this set contains all of the supplemental materials (no, as usual, the first disc does not contain a Spielberg commentary, though it would be about time). Broken up into six sections, each contains small featurettes organized by longtime collaborator Laurent Bouzereau. These range from two-and-a-half up to nearly ten minutes, and while that may not seem impressive, the overall total runs around 90 minutes. Sections include detailed looks at the visual effects of ILM, locations, stunts, extensive art galleries, trailers, biographies, and much more. Numerous interviews from those involved, including actors Tom Cruise and Colin Farrell, production designer Alex McDowell, costume designer Deborah Scott, composer John Williams, and many others, flesh out this detailed look behind the scenes. While maybe not quite up to the standards of other two-disc sets, there is still a wealth of information on making this impressive film. Coupled with outstanding visual and auditory elements, this DVD deserves as much praise as the film itself. ~ Trent Fordham, All Movie Guide
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    Suicide Kings. Special Edition. Dvd
    Simultaneously funny, creepy, and violent, this story of wealthy youths who stage an ill-planned abduction of a homicidal mobster is a wickedly nasty treat for crime buffs. The young cast of kidnappers has great chemistry, and manages to be believable in some rather unlikely exchanges with each other and their ruthless, cunning captive Christopher Walken. Denis Leary steals the show as Walken's cynically profane goon, and there are some fine supporting turns by Henry Thomas (E.T.), Jay Mohr (Saturday Night Live), and Johnny Galecki (Roseanne). Gripping and riddled with dark humor, Suicide Kings is an entertaining poisoned confection. ~ Robert Firsching, All Movie Guide
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    Derailed. Dvd. Van Damme.
    Undercover agent Jean-Claude Van Damme is called away from a family vacation to help a beautiful thief escape from terrorists who are after three vials of a deadly virus she's stolen. As the two board a train posing as a couple, Van Damme's wife and kids show up, but his domestic troubles are only the beginning as the assassins close in, leading to a thrilling showdown on a speeding train. With Laura Harring, Susan Gibney, Tomas Arana
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    Remember The Titans. Director's Cut. Walt Disney. Denzel Washington.
    A high school football coach finds himself fighting for stakes much higher than the State Championship in this drama based on actual events. In 1971, a court order forces three high schools in Alexandria, Virginia (two white, one African-American), to integrate their student bodies and faculties for the first time. As a result, Coach Bill Yoast (Will Patton), longtime head coach of the T.C. Williams High School football team, is asked to step down, and Herman Boone (Denzel Washington) is appointed to replace him as the school's first black faculty member. The new coach is hardly welcomed with open arms, either by the school's staff or the students, and the newly integrated team is full of players (both black and white) who have little trust or respect for one another. But Boone is determined to put a winning team on the field -- it's how he approaches the game, and his future depends on it. Against long odds, Boone helps his team overcome distrust and misunderstanding of their coach (and each other) as they become a gridiron force to be reckoned with. Remember the Titans also features Nicole Ari Parker, Kate Bosworth, and Jerry Brandt, and was produced by action-film kingpin Jerry Bruckheimer. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Friday Night Lights. Billy Bob Thornton. Dvd.
    Friday Night Lights was billed as a different kind of sports movie, but the film's greatest departure from brethren like Remember the Titans and Varsity Blues is stylistic, not substantive. Peter Berg's herky-jerky camera might bring in more indie-minded viewers than your typical football movie, but it adds little extra legitimacy to the standard components: the obsessive heartland town, the caustic parental pressure, the vein-popping coach, the long-odds push toward the big game. Since it's based on a true story, one can't blame any screenwriter (in this case, Berg) for concocting a bunch of movie moments -- only for choosing it as a story that needed telling. Even if it's not that much different, Friday Night Lights does do a lot of things right. One of these is its handling of the requisite injured athlete facing an unknown future. Since revealing the character would constitute a spoiler, suffice it to say that the actor gives a performance of great burning frustration, drawing sympathy from the audience in a way that the character's previous swagger did not. But the film's most impressive performance goes to country singer and novice actor Tim McGraw, whose turn as a disappointed father is so intense, it leaves blood on the celluloid. These performances contribute to an overall detailed authenticity that's a credit to Berg, who has matured a lot since his previous two features, a popcorn action movie (The Rundown) and a mean-spirited black comedy (Very Bad Things). Maybe Berg is really what sets Friday Night Lights apart. ~ Derek Armstrong, All Movie Guide
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    Jaws. Anniversary Collector's Edition Dvd.
    Spielberg pits three mena against a great white shark that has been attacking swimmers at an island resort in new england. The film redefined the word 'blockbuster,' and john williams' score still haunts swimmers around the world.
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    1954 Meeker 66 Billfold With Lex Barker
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1954 ad for Meeker 66 Billford is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 5 . x 13 This ad is suitable for framing. This magazine ad depicts Lex Barker who starred in The Yellow Mountain.
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    1954 Westbrooke Clothes With Donald O'connor
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1954 ad for Westbrooke Clothes is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 9 3/4 . x 13 This ad is suitable for framing. This magazine ad depicts Donald O' Connor who starred in Singin' In The Rain and There's No Business Like Show Business.
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    The Bells Of St. Mary's, Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman, Vhs Video, Factory Sealed
    The Bells of St. Mary's, Republic Pictures #0254, 1987, VHS Video, MINT/Factory Sealed, color, running time: 126 minutes. The 1945 classic film starring Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman. Condition: MINT/FACTORY SEALED. S&H is an additional $4.00 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
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    Bonnie And Clyde, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Vhs Video, Factory Sealed
    Bonnie and Clyde, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, Warner Bros. #14423, 1996, VHS Video, MINT/Factory Sealed, color, running time: 112 minutes. The 1967 classic film starring Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway and Gene Hackman. Condition: MINT/factory sealed, some of the shrink wrapping is peeling off at the bottom of the case. S&H is an additional $4.00 within the continental U.S. International shipping is also available.
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    Syriana. Widescreen Edition. George Clooney, Matt Damon.
    Syriana utilizes topical subject matter in order to put a human face on complicated world events. The film tells a very intricate story in that the actions of over a dozen characters all impact the others. Putting all the pieces together might require more than one viewing, but the performances are so vivid and the filmmaking so assured that one never feels lost during a viewing. With this many characters and plot threads it is easy for directors to trip, but Stephen Gaghan manages to make each scene feel like it is in the right place at the right time. The film shows an obvious debt to not only Steven Soderbergh's Traffic (which Gaghan scripted), but also such gritty, paranoid '70s films as All the President's Men. George Clooney plays very much against type as a burned-out CIA agent, based on a real CIA agent whose nonfiction book served as the jumping off point for the film. His performance exudes a weariness that he has never shown before. The most underappreciated actor of his time, Jeffrey Wright turns in yet another pitch-perfect performance as a lawyer who keeps his motivations hidden. Matt Damon does angry and articulate as well as anybody, and he benefits greatly from some outstanding speeches. These performers, and all of the others as well, help keep the sprawling film to a digestible experience. The political content of the film is pretty basic; Gaghan simply hopes to show the human price paid when government and big business are so closely intertwined as to be almost indistinguishable. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
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    I Am Legend. Widescreen Edition Dvd. Will Smith.
    There have been so many attempts to get it right, but now 50 years after the fact, it's beginning to seem as if Richard Matheson's landmark 1954 novella may simply be unfilmable. Sure, the long-in-development I Am Legend is a serviceable action-horror flick when all is said and done, but the reality is that fans hoping for a faithful adaptation -- as the title would suggest -- will have to put their expectations on hold if they hope to enjoy this dodgy but passable take on the oft-told tale. Truth is that a large part of the story is deeply psychological as it hones in on the gradual mental breakdown of a man left completely alone in the world, a concept that few would deny is better suited to the written page than the silver screen. No doubt Will Smith does a commendable job of conveying the scientist-turned-vampire slayer's inner torment as he chats up mannequins like they're old friends and goads his dog on to eat vegetables, but it's when the film starts to stray from its origins that it becomes a bit generic and uninvolved. On the one hand, there isn't as much action here as there is in The Omega Man, but on the other, it doesn't come anywhere near to rivaling the brooding quality of The Last Man on Earth -- rendering it more of a tantalizing, middle-of-the-road misfire than an outright failure. The year is 2012, and apparently the Mayan calendar was spot on. Three years ago, scientists smugly proclaimed to the world that they had defeated cancer by harnessing the power of the measles virus, but the celebrations quickly ceased when New Yorkers became infected with a mysterious plague that transformed them into rampaging, primal versions of their former selves. Somehow, famed military scientist Robert Neville was immune to the infection, and now he works around the clock to find a cure. While the light-sensitive former humans that stalk the moonlit streets aren't exactly vampires in the traditional sense (they don't have fangs and a well-aimed bullet will suffice should one find themselves fresh out of wooden stakes), they still possess superhuman strength and they'll stop at nothing to savor a fleshy treat. Aside from the absolute core details of Matheson's story, screenwriters Mark Protosevich and Akiva Goldsman have jettisoned nearly all of the engaging particulars that made Neville the tormented man that he became after he watched the world die, instead opting to focus almost entirely on the inevitable showdown between big daddy bloodsucker and the benevolent scientist who only wants to cure him. Gone is Neville's best-friend-turned-vampire who sadistically taunts him from the darkness after the sun goes down, and the slow, torturous death of his family is replaced with a urgent scene of New York City being evacuated that, despite effectively capitalizing on post-9/11 fears of urban paranoia and biological terrorism, denies the character the vivid suffering and agony that so richly molded him on the written page. These changes make for a more cinematic approach to be sure, but unfortunately they're changes that come at the sacrifice of two essential components to Neville's character. When it was first announced that Will Smith would be assuming the role of Neville, fans of the story were understandably skeptical -- visions of the I, Robot star cracking wise as he dispenses with the undead leaving many to fear the worst. Truth is, Smith is just about dead on in his portrayal of the aging but virile protagonist: the specks of grey in his hair and the tired look in his eyes hinting at the weariness that comes with thinking he is the last man on Earth, and the aforementioned conversations with inanimate human stand-ins serving well to highlight the dementia that would likely follow. Unfortunately, the shortcomings of the script are to blame for the lack of rich dimensions that would make the character work. Visually speaking, viewers previously bowled over by the striking imagery on display in director Francis Lawrence's ambitious feature debut Constantine will likely find I Am Legend a bit of a let down as well -- quite a surprise considering that Oscar-winning cinematographer Andrew Lesnie (The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the two Babe films) was guiding the lens. Objectively reviewing a film based on a book is a tricky endeavor, especially when the book is one as influential as I Am Legend. Some argue that to compare the filmed version to the written word is unfair, given that both mediums have their obvious benefits and drawbacks. But when one can walk into their nearest bookstore and see copies of Matheson's original story on the shelves adorned with the poster for the film, a curious gray area is created that's difficult to overlook. This is not Now a Bantam Book! territory; I Am Legend is an undisputed classic of the sci-fi genre, and to ignore the role that the book played in influencing a film that boldly proclaims that recognizable title (as no adaptation before has) is extremely difficult if not impossible for anyone who has read and loved the story. When the screenwriters go so far as to actually change the meaning of the title, to retain it for the screen version seems insincere almost to the point of insult. So, is Lawrence's I Am Legend the supposedly faithful adaptation that fans have been teased and taunted with for over a decade? Sadly, no. In the end, I Am Legend is a neutered but decently entertaining version of that familiar tale, a mildly invigorating action-horror entry that's just tense enough to keep audiences from checking their watches, but not memorable enough to warrant any sort of severe damnation or serious discussion -- that is, unless you've read the book. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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    Click. Special Edition Dvd. Adam Sandler.
    Since Adam Sandler had been coasting on a wave of schlock for several years, it was tempting to dismiss Click as just the latest instance of his man-child gimmickry. And there's definitely a bunch of Happy Madison shtick -- Rob Schneider as a Middle Eastern prince? -- to sift through before getting to the film's heart. But once you're there, it's hard to deny that it can be intelligent, even affecting. Click will never be confused for the 21st century's answer to It's a Wonderful Life, as it clearly wants to be. But the fact that it even toys with sincere self-examination makes it more mature than most Sandler flicks. However a viewer feels about the film's middle-ground stop and smell the roses message, director Frank Coraci and company earn points for execution. The high-concept ability to pause, rewind, and mute real life has taken surprisingly long to reach the big screen, and Click is a satisfying realization of that gestation period -- even when it's as predictable as Sandler watching a big-breasted woman jog in slow motion. Fully a comedic performer in this late stage of his career, Christopher Walken has wacko fun as the electrocution-haired inventor of the remote, while David Hasselhoff and Henry Winkler are hammy and heartbreaking, respectively. Almost forgotten, though doing a better job than she probably needed to, is Kate Beckinsale as the wife Sandler's Michael Newman would never deserve. Perhaps what's most surprising about this Sandler film is that Sandler himself isn't an essential ingredient. He does a decent job, but the ambitious script by Steve Koren and Mark O'Keefe -- the team responsible for the similar Bruce Almighty -- does not require a performer like Sandler. If the ways Click diverges from Sandler's typical projects can get viewers past their prejudices, they may be surprised at how they're rewarded. ~ Derek Armstrong, All Movie Guide
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    Stardust. Full Screen Edition. Michelle Pfeiffer. Robert Deniro.
    A charmingly naïve boy from the English village of Wall travels to a magical, mythical world in search of the falling star that will help him win the heart of his true love in this fantasy adventure starring Charlie Cox, Claire Danes, Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ricky Gervais, and Sienna Miller. For hundreds of years the massive cobblestone barrier that surrounds the sleepy English hamlet of Wall has kept the citizens of the village safe and secure from the malevolent supernatural forces that stir just outside its perimeter. When dashing Tristan Thorne (Cox) promises the fairest girl in the village, Victoria (Miller), that he will prove his love by bestowing her with a genuine falling star, his daring mission sends him on an adventure far outside the comfortable confines of Wall. In order to find the fallen star, Tristan will have to ascend the wall and venture deep into the forbidden heart of the fantastical realm known as Stormhold. Upon discovering that the meteorite he sought was in fact a beautiful girl named Yvaine (Danes), who has stumbled though space and is now being pursued by the King of Stormhold's (Peter O'Toole) sons (who long to use her cosmic powers to lay claim to the throne), Tristan vows to protect the otherworldly visitor at all costs. But the king's sons aren't the only ones in search of the luminous Yvaine; fearsome witch Lamia (Pfeiffer) has become convinced that the young girl's power can help her to achieve eternal youth and beauty. As Tristan makes his way through Stormhold on a mission to bring the star back to Wall, he will encounter a series of spectacular characters and creatures that will lead him to a fate he never imagined. Layer Cake director Matthew Vaughn serves as director and co-screenwriter for this tale of witches and pirates adapted from the novel by fantasy icon Neil Gaiman, who also produces. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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    Wonderland Dvd
    If you're making a film about multiple murders, powerful and heavily armed drug dealers, folks on the run from both sides of the law, and the world's most celebrated porn star, you'd have to work pretty hard for the results to be uninteresting, but for better or worse Wonderland manages that remarkable achievement. Based on the true story of John C. Holmes -- the adult film star best known for his performances in the Johnny Wadd films as well as his freakishly large penis -- and his involvement in the brutal murders of four people in an apartment on Los Angeles' Wonderland Avenue, Wonderland tells its tangled tale as if the audience is already richly familiar with all of the elements of the story. Consequently, the characters are poorly drawn and the story sketchy and often puzzling. Holmes' career as a porn star is barely mentioned, and without this subtext, Val Kilmer's portrayal is ultimately that of an extraordinarily wasted basehead, and it's all but impossible to imagine anyone (even this film's gallery of lowlifes) wanting anything to do with him without the lure of his fame. The background, motives, and relationships of most of the characters are a mystery -- the film never clarifies that Holmes never got around to divorcing his wife after their relationship went south, so it seems odd that Holmes has both a girlfriend, Dawn Schiller (Kate Bosworth), and a spouse, Sharon Holmes (Lisa Kudrow), especially since the two women seem to be good friends. While Kilmer and Kudrow both do well with poorly written roles (especially Kilmer, whose precarious balance of braggadocio and abject terror not only captures Holmes quite well but gives the film most of its few effective moments), most of the cast has practically nothing to work with -- several gifted performers are practically tossed away, especially Tim Blake Nelson, Eric Bogosian, Ted Levine, and Janeane Garofalo, the latter of whom gets exactly one line of dialogue in the final cut. Furthermore, the film never seems to know just when it's taking place, desperately aiming for a '70s ambience even though the story takes place in the early '80s. Wonderland begs comparisons with Boogie Nights, which told a fictionalized version of John Holmes' rise and fall, and Wonderland director James Cox lifts more than a few stylistic elements from Paul Thomas Anderson's film. But, while Cox had a sad and compelling true story at his disposal, the results are flat and uninvolving, telling us almost nothing about Holmes or his fall into addiction and desperation, while Boogie Nights made Dirk Diggler 's life both tragic and telling. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Paycheck. W/ Ben Affleck, Uma Thurman. Special Collector's Ed.
    Full screen collection DVD. John Woo directs the sci-fi action thriller Paycheck, based on a story written by Philip K. Dick in 1953. Waking up with his short-term memory erased, engineer Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck) learns that he has been doing highly secretive work for the last three years in exchange for billions of dollars. But when he tries to get paid, he finds out that he himself had previously exchanged the money for an envelope of random clues to his life. Chased by an FBI agent (Michael C. Hall) and his old boss Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart), Michael uses the clues to find out his identity and prove his innocence. Uma Thurman appears as his love interest and partner, Rachel. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide
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    National Lampoon's Van Wilder. Unrated Version. Dvd.
    National Lampoon's Van Wilder (DVD) Van Wilder (Ryan Reynolds) is a college stud who is in no rush to finish his coursework and graduate. In fact, after six years of partying his way through Coolidge College, his parents have decided to stop paying his tuition, but Van Wilder isn't worried--he just needs to find a way to pay it himself and keep the fun coming. His fundraising ideas include a topless tutorial service and other raunchy schemes, which only help add to Van's Big Man on Campus status. A romance develops between Van and Gwen (Tara Reid), who is writing an investigative piece on Van for the school newspaper. Through his exploits, Van eventually begins to turn over a new leaf, and finally grow up. But not before there are plenty of opportunities for the kind of gross-out humor that teen flicks like THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY and AMERICAN PIE have made so popular in recent years. The main set piece here involves dog semen injected into eclairs. While this is not exactly highbrow fare, teen audiences who are not too squeamish will enjoy this bawdy college romp.
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    The Last Castle/the Peacemaker. Double Feature. Dvd.
    Double Feature: The Last Castle -His service to his country made him a hero. One mistake made him a prisoner. For General Eugene Irwin (Redford), it's just a matter of serving out his sentence - until he makes the shocking discovery that his fellow inmates are being murdered. Now, Irwin is taking command one last time - and unifying the inmates in a desperate battle to overcome a burtally corrupt system and show the world the truth. The Peacemaker -When a madman targets the U.S. for nuclear annihilation, there's only one man who's got what it takes to wipe him out. 2-Disc Set; The Peacemaker -Deleted footage; Stunt footage; Cast/crew biographies; Trailer The Last Castle -Audio commentary by director Rod Lurie; Deleted scenes with commentary; HBO Special: Inside The Castle Walls ; Theatrical trailer.
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    3 Godfathers. John Wayne. Dvd
    Wim Wenders once described the films of John Ford with a phrase to the effect that he gives all of his characters their dignity. It's a description that applies to this allegory of redemption, in which the majesty of the director's familiar landscapes becomes the backdrop for an enactment of Christian ritual. Given this structure, Ford minimizes the individuality of the characters and relies more heavily on the mise-en-scéne to achieve his ends. Although the director naturally imputes a religious significance to the birth of the child, the event also functions as it does in Stagecoach (1939) and elsewhere in the director's work: as a symbol of hope and a harbinger of peace in the midst of conflict. Wayne draws on the avuncular side of his nature, but Ford uses him as essentially an icon here, and the image of the craggy cowboy bearing the infant across the pitiless desert is one that lingers in the mind. ~ Michael Costello, All Movie Guide
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    Madonna. A Certain Sacrifice. Dvd.
    Movie with Madonna in her first starring role. With the help of her boyfriend, a punk drifter who was raped avenges herself on the man who molested her. She murders him in a bizarre sacrificial ritual which takes place under the Brooklyn Bridge. Madonna was 19 years old when she starred in this film.
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    Born To Be Sold/the Last Song. Lynda Carter. 2 Dvds For The Price Of 1
    From social work to environmental concerns, these two dramatic films seem handpicked by wonder woman Lynda Carter in an effort to show she can play more than a just a super hero. A social worker finds herself thrust into the world of black market adoption in BORN TO BE OLD. In THE LAST SONG, a man accidentally discovers a plot to cover-up a fatal toxic waste accident, and is brutally murdered. His wife and child and a friend find themselves running from the killers and racing against the clock to save hundreds of people from an even deadlier chemical disaster.
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    Will Smith I, Robot. Dvd Full Screen.
    In the year 2035, technology and robots are a trusted part of everyday life. But that trust is broken when a scientist is found dead and a skeptical detective (Will Smith) believes that a robot is responsible. Bridget Moynahan co-stars in this high-tech action thriller that questions whether technology will ultimately lead to mankind's salvation...or annihilation.
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    Scharzenegger. Predator. Dvd. Enhanced Widescreen.
    Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has a code of honor which he will not violate, even when his life depends on it. Paradoxically, his code of honor gives him the backbone to survive as a military special forces operative when he is sent on a covert mission to rescue another group which was sent in to assist some nefarious U.S. government plan in a Latin American country. Once there, he encounters an old army buddy (Carl Weathers) who has gotten too deep in the CIA's good graces for Dutch's comfort. When he and his team go into the jungle to rescue the others, they get involved in a pitched battle with local guerillas, but they are more than capable of besting these vicious fighters. However, not long after that, they encounter signs that the equally capable men they were sent to rescue were all killed unawares and in an unusually gruesome fashion. Given their training, it should have been impossible for anyone to best all of these commando warriors. Soon, the men from Dutch's own team get picked off one by one, as they grow aware that they are up against something uncanny, not of this world, something that is hunting them for sport. Why? Because their skills make them worthy opponents for the perfectly camouflaged Predator. This carefully paced action movie was given poor reviews by many movie critics, but was sufficiently satisfying for its (largely male) audiences that a successful sequel (Predator 2) was released in 1990. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide
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    Visitors. Fear Runs Deep. Dvd Thriller.
    Venerable British actress Susannah York and up-and-coming star Radha Mitchell head up the cast of this Australian psychological thriller. Both actresses play the character of Carolyn at different stages of her life; bookended with scenes of the elder Carolyn (York) recalling her attempt to sail around the world, the bulk of the film involves the terror-stricken voyage itself. Only in her twenties, the young Carolyn (Mitchell) is filled with hope and fear for her daring solo journey, but once at sea, isolation and solitude begin to take their toll. Soon, Carolyn is encountering people and situations from her past, sometimes with violent, terrifying consequences. When she begins to notice physical evidence of her nightmarish visitors, Carolyn really begins to lose it. ~ Michael Hastings, All Movie Guide
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    Clone. Dvd
    In the devastating wake of World War III, the only hope for an irradiated society rendered incapable of reproducing lies in the consciousness of one man who can bring to life thousands of clones in director Jason J. Tomaric's post-apocalyptic thriller. It's been four years since society fought its last great war, and for four years the surviving population has slowly succumbed to the horrific effects of radiation poisoning. When his young daughter dies due to physical mutations brought on by the war, New Athens Military Academy Chancellor Derek Strombourgh determines to use his powerful position to seek out the lone individual whose powerful consciousness may just be the key to the survival of the human race. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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    Billy Crystal. Mr. Saturday Night. Dvd
    Epic in scope and incredibly ambitious, Billy Crystal's directorial-debut has plenty of good qualities, but is ultimately an exercise in self-indulgence and biting off more than he can chew. Serving as writer, director, producer, and star, Crystal can't exactly avoid shouldering the lion's share of the blame either. What could have been a complex character study of a fictional comic legend instead gets bogged down by Crystal's amateurish directing and insatiable need to showcase himself. There's a good movie in there somewhere, though. Most likely it lies in the supporting characters. If Crystal had the ability to give up more screen time to David Paymer, Jerry Orbach, or Helen Hunt, he might not have ended up with such an uneven film. On the whole, Paymer's performance and the fact that the film remains sporadically interesting despite its flaws render Mr. Saturday Night worthy of at least a peek. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Fright Night Horror Classics. Demetia 13 Dvd.
    A young Francis Coppola was given the job of directing this moody low-budget chiller after begging producer Roger Corman for the opportunity to reuse the sets for another film which Corman was shooting in Ireland. The story centers on the dysfunctional Haloran family, who live in a state of perpetual sorrow in a spooky Irish castle. Still mourning the death of her young daughter Kathleen -- who drowned in the lake seven years ago -- Lady Haloran (Ethne Dunn) tortures herself regularly by visiting the girl's grave (when she's not shrieking and collapsing in anguish every five minutes). When daughter-in-law Louise Haloran (Luana Anders) loses her husband to a heart attack, she manages to conceal the body for fear of being cut out of Lady Haloran's will. To further complicate matters, a mysterious interloper begins prowling the grounds with an axe to grind... a very big axe. This enjoyable, quirky psycho-thriller is enlivened by Coppola's inventive camera setups, atmospheric locations and Patrick Magee's over-the-top performance as the leering family doctor. Despite some ragged editing (probably not Coppola's doing), this has relatively high production values for a spare-change Corman project. ~ Cavett Binion, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Man Of Miracles. John Ritter. Dvd.
    Can a man who doesn't believe in miracles possess the power to heal? This is the question posed to the protagonist -- and the audience -- of the made-for-TV Holy Joe. John Ritter stars as Joe Cass, a small-town Episcopal rector who preaches the gospel of pragmatism and logic. Things take an unexpected turn when Joe rescues a young boy from a burning building -- a boy who, by all rights, should have died of smoke inhalation long before Joe reached him. Thanks to this and the other peculiar incidents that follow, Joe's parishioners hail him as a miracle worker -- a designation which, though at first prompting a crisis of faith for the protagonist, will forever change his outlook on life. Filmed on location in North Carolina, Holy Joe originally aired March 28, 1999, on CBS, and has since been rebroadcast under the title Man of Miracles. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Georgia Rule. Dvd. Full Screen. Jane Fonda, Lindsay Lohan.
    Jane Fonda, Felicity Huffman, and Lindsay Lohan star in director Garry Marshall's tale of a rebellious young woman who is sent to spend the summer with her grandmother when her frustrated mother fails to find a means of curbing her unruly behavior. Rachel (Lohan) is an out-of-control teen whose reckless drinking, foul mouth, and hysterical fits have become a constant source of embarrassment for her long-suffering mother, Lily (Huffman). When Rachel crashes her car, Lily determines that the only way to tame her savage daughter is to take her as far away from San Francisco as possible. Though Lily had once sworn never to return to the Idaho farm presided over by her demanding mother, Georgia (Jane Fonda), desperation has a funny way of dulling the pains of the past, and it's not long before Lily is packing Rachel in the car and setting out for potato country. Contrary to the common image of the sweet and doting grandmother, Georgia is a stern matriarch whose beliefs in the power of God and a hard day's work stand in stark contrast to the carefree lifestyle of the tempestuous Rachel. An interesting thing happens as the summer wears on, though; despite her initial efforts to disrupt the quiet Mormon community, Rachel's rage is gradually tempered as she learns the value of structure and responsibility. Later, as Rachel's protective walls begin to crumble and she begins to embrace compassion and kindness, the doors are opened for three generations of family to confront the long-buried secrets of their past and finally move forward in the healing process. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    The Derby Stallion. Widescreen. Dvd.
    HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL's Zac Efron leads this heartwarming drama about a teen who finds direction with the help of a horse. Patrick McCardle (Efron) is a typical 15-year-old who doesn't know where his life is going, and his successful dad isn't content to let him just be himself. But when Patrick meets a horse trainer, he might have finally discovered something that makes him happy. With the trainer's help, Patrick begins to prepare for the Derby Cup, where he'll have to face his own fears and a rich bully. No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Go Fish. Porchlight Entertainment Dvd.
    Drawn together by the death of their mother and the urgent need to choose a caretaker for their mentally-challenged brother Timmy (Donnie Jarman), four siblings who couldn't be more different attempt to reconcile the past while pondering their prospects for the future in director Lawrence L. Simeone's affecting family drama. A simple waitress whose paycheck-to-paycheck existence leaves little room for enjoying life, Sammy (Polly W. LePort) makes way to the family cabin to meet with her powerful L.A. attorney brother Richard (Michael Maguire) and unpredictable, wandering brother Alan (George LaPorte). As the three estranged siblings come together to share their memories and choose who is best fit to take on the responsibility of caring for Timmy, The Johnson siblings learn that even in the hardest of times, the family bond remains the strongest bond of all. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    City Lites. Dvd
    No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Stomp The Yeard. Full Screen. Dvd.
    Stomp the Yard falls somewhere between You Got Served and Drumline among films where people bust a move as a form of dissing each other, while their opponents roll their eyes and scoff. In fact, it's so utterly conventional, the only way to meaningfully discuss it is to compare it to other films like it. Those who don't expect anything more than that, however, will probably like Stomp the Yard just fine. The key in films like this is to find a dramatic lead who can actually do the dance moves, and in former choreographer Columbus Short, they've made an adequate choice. Short holds the film together pretty well and demonstrates a solid range of emotions. The presence of Harry Lennix as his uncle is always welcome, as well. Still, there isn't a single surprise throughout the running time of Stomp the Yard. Among the genres whose most generic templates it follows are the fish-out-of-water movie, the life-on-the-big-campus movie, the overcoming-parental-disapproval movie, and of course, the David-vs.-Goliath-competition movie, which pretty much describes every competition movie out there. Perhaps the form of the competition -- stepping, or the more institutionalized and synchronized version of street dancing -- is supposed to set the movie apart. But Stomp the Yard had the misfortune of coming out just after a whole spate of similar movies, none of which can hold a candle to the electrifying documentary treatment of the subject matter in Rize. Generously, Stomp the Yard is competent enough to qualify as a crowd pleaser. But it doesn't add anything new to the conversation, and perhaps more crucially, it doesn't pass on a contagious sense of the spine-tingling excitement of this dance form. The moves have had the life edited out of them in search of a pervasive middle ground. ~ Derek Armstrong, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Nicolas Cage. National Treasure. Widescreen. Dvd
    A man sets out to steal a lost fortune in order to save it in this adventure drama from producer Jerry Bruckheimer. Benjamin Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage) is an archeologist who is from the eighth generation of a family who has shared an unusual quest. As Gates-family legend has it, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin hid a massive cache of gold during the waning days of the Revolutionary War and left clues as to its whereabouts in the original drafts of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. With no firm proof that it actually exists, Gates sets out to crack the code that will lead him to the fortune, which, as a member of the Gates clan, he is sworn to protect from wrongdoers. National Treasure also features Sean Bean, Harvey Keitel, Justin Bartha, and Jon Voight. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Sleepers. Brad Pitt, Dustin Hoffman, Kevin Bacon. Dvd.
    Barry Levinson's Sleepers courted controversy for a number of reasons. Not only was there uncertainty as to whether the purportedly true story really happened, but the Catholic Church also frowned upon one of its major plot points: a priest's struggle over whether or not to lie under oath to protect a pair of vigilantes who have clearly committed murder. If these issues prompted more people to see the film, that's just as well, because it contains some interesting elements beyond those listed above. One is that it convincingly details the struggle of a prosecutor (Brad Pitt) to intentionally botch his case, but subtly enough that it doesn't draw suspicion. Never mind that Levinson doesn't explain why no one makes the connection between Pitt and the two defendants (Ron Eldard and Billy Crudup), who were his childhood friends -- the courtroom scenes are deft enough to excuse the plot hole. Levinson returns to familiar territory in the film's earlier scenes, giving an assured portrait of life in big city ethnic neighborhoods in the 1960s. New York stands in for his native Baltimore, where many Levinson films are set, but the same issues of coming of age in an insular working-class community are explored. There are no outstanding performances, outside of Robert De Niro as the conflicted priest, but the all-star ensemble makes for a solid piece of entertainment with serious issues, some of them more familiar than others, at its core. ~ Derek Armstrong, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Randy Quaid. Ed Mcbain's 87th. Precinct. Dvd
    This made-for-TV drama, based on a series of popular novels by Ed McBain, stars Randy Quaid as Steve Carella, a police detective investigating a series of grisly murders. A serial killer is targeting women who compete in track and field events, and Carella and his team have to find the perpetrator before he can strike again. Supporting cast includes Ving Rhames, Alex McArthur and Eddie Jones; directed by Bruce Paltrow, whose daughter Gwyneth has done all right for herself in the film industry. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Lost Command. Dvd. Anthony Quinn.
    In this wartime melodrama, Lieutenant Colonel Raspeguy (Anthony Quinn) is a French peasant who has worked his way up the military ladder during the French involvement in Indochina. Sent to Algeria, Raspeguy must mold a group of raw recruits into a competent fighting unit. He calls on Esclavier (Alain Delon), his sensitive assistant who eventually deserts the military out of frustration over the pointlessness of war. Raspeguy's other assistant is Boisfeuras (Maurice Ronet), the affable officer whose outside demeanor hides the heart of a vicious killer who loves the bloodlust of battle. Raspeguy takes up with Countess De Clairefons (Michele Morgan), the widow of a respected general. She promises Raspeguy she will marry him if he comes back from the conflict as a general. ~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide No reasonable offer refused. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    C.c. & Company. Joe Namath, Anne-margret. Dvd
    C.C. Ryder (Joe Namath) is a biker who rescues Ann McCalley (Ann-Margret) from a rape attempt by a gang of malevolent hippies. She makes love with him to show her appreciation, but their romance meets with obstacles when gang-leader Moon (William Smith) seeks revenge for C.C.'s interference. They battle for control over both the gang and Ann in this truly bad biker movie. Namath was chosen because of his hero status as a football player in the 1970 Super-Bowl upset by the New York Jets over the highly favored Baltimore Colts. Brash Broadway Joe predicted a win and made sure it was not an idle boast. One of the producers of this dog was Margret's husband Roger Smith which explains her appearance in this forgettable film. ~ Dan Pavlides, All Movie Guide
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    Father's Little Dividend. Elizabeth Taylor, Spencer Tracy. Dvd
    This sequel to the 1950 comedy hit Father of the Bride finds Spencer Tracy and Joan Bennett returning as Stanley and Ellie Banks, the parents of newlywed Kay Dunstan (Elizabeth Taylor). In the first film, Stanley Banks was forced to endure the chaotic events leading up to the wedding. This time, he must comes to grips with the prospect of becoming a grandfather. Once he's reconciled himself to this jolt of mortality, Stanley must contend with the little bundle of joy, who screams his head off every time Grandpa comes near him. Father's Little Dividend was remade in 1994 as Father of the Bride II, with Steve Martin assuming the Spencer Tracy role, and with the added complication of discovering that his own wife (Diane Keaton) is also pregnant. The copyright for Father's Little Dividend was not renewed in 1978; thus the film has lapsed into public domain. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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    Pauly Shore Is Dead. Dvd.
    Can death be a good career move? The star of Bio-Dome, Jury Duty, and In the Army Now decides to find out in this satirical comedy. Pauly Shore (playing himself) takes a role on a new situation comedy series for FOX TV after a string of awful movies puts paid to his film career, but when the show is axed at the last moment, Shore finds himself flat broke and unable to find work in Hollywood. At the end of his rope, one night Shore is visited by the ghost of comic Sam Kinison, who suggests that killing himself might be the answer. Shore lacks the nerve to go quite that far, but he goes half-way by faking his own death and is amazed to discover an outpouring of post-mortem enthusiasm for him and his body of work, with the dead comic now praised as a genius; however, as Shore tries to figure out how to capitalize on this outpouring of acceptance, word begins to spread that the comic is actually alive and well, which only causes more problems for him. Produced under the title You'll Never Wiez In This Town Again, Pauly Shore Is Dead was written and directed by Shore himself and features an impressive list of celebrity cameos including Chris Rock, Sean Penn, Ellen DeGeneres, Britney Spears, Vince Vaughn, Andy Dick, Paris Hilton, and lots more. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Shadow Of The Vampire. Widescreen Edition. Dvd
    A fanciful retelling of the making of the classic 1922 horror film Nosferatu, this second feature by independent director E. Elias Merhige boasts a healthy knowledge of cinema history, particularly in its recreations of director F.W. Murnau's work locales and star Max Schreck's freakish visual appearance, but suffers from characterizations that would seem over-the-top in a vaudeville show. Malkovich suggests all of the bluster of director Murnau, but little of what made him such a vital director. In fact, judging by Malkovich's arch, often unpleasant portrayal, F.W. Murnau may as well have been Ed Wood. Dafoe fares better as the pointy-eared, blood-starved Schreck, but his technically precise performance exists as more of a stunt than anything else, leaving human emotions at bay. Shadow of the Vampire attempts to create a revisionist rhetoric of the tumultuous behind-the-scenes aspects of Nosferatu, but never quite understands the logic behind it. This is partly the point, but often the film's befuddled, rigid structure makes it more of an ordeal than it should be, especially when the original 1922 film on which its events are based is far richer in its exploration of frightful behavior without drawing so much attention to itself. A film that succinctly defines not for all tastes, Shadow of the Vampire premiered at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Jason Clark, All Movie Guide
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    Ladies In Lavender. Dvd
    Two sisters engage in a subtle war for the affections of a man half their age in this British comedy drama. It's 1936, and Janet Widdington (Maggie Smith) and her sister, Ursula (Judi Dench), are a pair of elderly spinsters who share a home in Cornwall on the coast of England. After a storm, the sisters discover that someone has been washed up on the beach in front of their house. Bringing the body inside, they discover the victim is a handsome Polish man named Andrea Marowski (Daniel Brühl) who has suffered a broken ankle and speaks no English, only Polish and German. As the sisters patch up Andrea's ankle, Janet dusts off her old German textbook from school, and begins getting to know more about their guest. It isn't long before Janet develops an infatuation for the good-looking stranger, and attempts to teach him English, which is more than a bit maddening to Ursula, who has fallen head over heels for him -- especially after the sisters discover he's a gifted violinist and hear him display his craft on a borrowed instrument. As the sisters find themselves vying for Andrea's attention, they wonder if they should report his presence to the authorities, especially after Olga (Natascha McElhone), an attractive woman in her early thirties who lives nearby, becomes aware of Andrea's presence in the home and wants to make contact with him. Based on a short story by William J. Locke, Ladies in Lavender marked the directorial debut of actor Charles Dance. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Relative Evil. Dvd
    Studies say that the majority of homicides are committed by someone the victim knows, and 17-year-old J.J. White (Jonathan Tucker) is about to find that out the hard way. Upon returning to his working-class home from a court-ordered stay at rehab, J.J.'s struggle to remain sober is complicated by both the stress of dealing with his dysfunctional family and a series of late night snowstorms that makes venturing into the outside world impossible. As cabin fever takes hold and J.J. begins to suspect that his own family is plotting to kill him for the insurance money, he must discover if his paranoia is truly justified or psychosomatic if he is to survive and maintain his sanity. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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    Kirsten Dunst. Marie Antoinette. Dvd
    Writer and director Sofia Coppola puts a new spin on the life and times of one of Europe's most infamous monarchs in this lavish historical drama which fuses a contemporary sensibility with painstaking recreations of the look of the 18th century. Born to Austrian nobility, Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst) is only 14 years old when she's pledged to marry Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman), the 15-year-old king of France, in an alliance that has everything to do with politics and nothing to do with love. Sent to France and literally stripped of her former life, Marie weds Louis, but to the consternation of the royal court, he seems either unwilling or unable to consummate the marriage while their advisors clamor for an heir to the throne. Young and more than a bit out of step with the new life that's been thrust upon her, Marie gives herself over to the pleasures of life in Versailles, knowing and caring little of the political intrigue that surrounds her. In time, Marie's trusted older brother, Joseph (Danny Huston), is brought in to coach Louis on the finer points of marital relations, and before long the couple is finally blessed with a child. However, as Marie tends to her children in the gilded cage of her palace and enjoys an affair with a Swedish nobleman, political power plays are throwing France into chaos, and the growing ranks of the poor rebel against the royals and their life of privilege. Also starring Rip Torn, Judy Davis, Steve Coogan, and Asia Argento, Marie Antoinette was given a controversial reception when it premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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    Sportfight Vol Xv Tribute To Randy Couture. Dvd
    Sportfight, Vol. 15: Tribute to Randy Couture contains footage of a variety of mixed martial arts fighters in action. In addition to bouts involving Pat Healy, Dennis David, and Enoch Wilson, this release features champion fighter Couure offering advice on how the viewer can win a mixed marital arts battle. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
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    Will Smith In Hitch. Dvd. Widescreen.
    Hitch is an amiable if rote romantic comedy that maximizes the charms of its quartet of leads. Unfortunately, the film mines most of its narrative ore from the tiresome notion that modern-day males are complete idiots, as mystified by the female gender as a coyote is by the moon. How much more fun a film would this have been if the date doctor character had been a woman trying to help her sex understand male motivations and behaviors? It's certainly less played-out a concept than the one employed by writer Kevin Bisch and director Andy Tennant, and as evidenced by the success of a few recent, real-life best-sellers (He's Just Not That Into You, anyone?), the public seems primed for such a twist. But -- big sigh -- the filmmakers serve up the same-old, same-old, dancing-as-sex, chivalry-not-being-dead, groom-yourself-then-be-yourself maxims that this genre's fans have seen thousands of times already. Where the film ultimately works is in its appealing casting choices, with Will Smith and Kevin James providing solid buddy-comedy laughs in their mano a mano scenes, Eva Mendes doing a fine job as Hitch's slightly flinty sparring partner, and Amber Valletta a real surprise as a rich, classy beauty with actual brains and feelings. The moves are as pre-programmed as they get, but Hitch is good enough for a blind date or a post-dinner rental, where the expectations are a little lower. ~ Karl Williams, All Movie Guide Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    X2: X-men United. Widescreen Edition. Dvd.
    When a failed assassination attempt occurs on the President's (Cotter Smith) life by the teleporting mutant Nightcrawler (Alan Cumming), it's Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and his School for Gifted Youngsters who are targeted for the crime. While Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) and Storm (Halle Berry) try and locate the assassin, Cyclops (James Marsden) and Xavier (also known as 'Professor X') seek answers from their old foe Magneto (Ian McKellan) in his glass cell...Little do they know they're walking into a trap set by the villainous William Stryker (Brian Cox), a mysterious governmental figure that figures into Wolverine's (Hugh Jackman) secretive past, along with information about the X-Men's operation, supplied by Magneto through a mind-controlling agent. Meanwhile Wolverine, just home from a failed mission to regain his memory, is in charge of the students when a crack-commando team led by Stryker infiltrates the school by order of the President. With a mansion full of young, powerful mutants and the ferocious Wolverine in babysitter mode, can he defend the school against the one man who can answer his questions? What roles do the sinister Mystique (Rebecca Romijn-Stamos) and Lady Deathstrike (Kelly Hu) have in all of this? Why does Stryker want Professor X and his Cerebro machine? With the war between humanity and mutants escalating to extremes, can the rest of the X-Men trust their old foes to help them? Director Bryan Singer returns and raises the stakes in this sequel to the highly lauded 2000 adaptation of Marvel Comics' X-Men. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, All Movie Guide Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    The Skulls. Widescreen Edition. Dvd
    In this suspense drama, a college student finds himself immersed in forces beyond his control. Born and raised in a working-class Connecticut community, Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) made it into an Ivy League college, where he's done quite well; his dream is to be accepted into Harvard Law School, but he knows that it will take more than a good report card to beat out the competition. When an upper-crust secret society called the Skulls asks Luke to join, he eagerly accepts, thinking that the club's connections will help him gain acceptance to Harvard. He enjoys the Skulls' luxurious lifestyle, but when his roommate, a journalism student, dies of an apparent suicide, he's convinced that something is wrong. The deeper Luke digs into the secrets of the Skulls, the more he's convinced that his friend's death was no suicide and that he's put himself in more danger than he imagined. The Skulls was the first starring vehicle for Joshua Jackson, who gained fame on the TV series Dawson's Creek; the supporting cast includes Paul Walker, Craig T. Nelson, Hill Harper, and William L. Petersen. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    The In-laws. Dvd. Michael Douglas.
    Lots of people have misgiving about their in-laws, but in this offbeat comedy, a man discovers that his new son-in-law's father is significantly stranger than he's able to deal with. Jerry Peyser (Albert Brooks) is a well-meaning but slightly anal-retentive podiatrist who doesn't much care for surprises in his life. When his daughter Melissa (Lindsay Sloane) announces she's going to marry her boyfriend, Mark Tobias (Ryan Reynolds), Jerry figures that helping his wife plan the wedding and getting through the ceremony is as much excitement as he needs or wants. However, when Jerry and his wife, Katherine (Maria Ricossa), meet Mark's father for the first time, Steve Tobias (Michael Douglas) ends up taking Jerry on the ride of his life. Both Mark and Steve's ex-wife, Judy (Candice Bergen), seem to have a decidedly ambivalent attitude about Steve, and Jerry finds out why -- Steve is actually an undercover agent for the CIA. In the guise of doing Steve a favor, Jerry gets dragged into a strange and dangerous episode involving international arms dealers, French super-villains, heavily armed men's room attendants, and a stolen private jet belonging to Barbra Streisand, as well as several less-than-pleasant encounters with Angela (Robin Tunney), Steve's colleague in espionage who doesn't trust Jerry. The In-Laws was adapted from the memorable 1979 comedy of the same name, in which Alan Arkin and Peter Falk played the mismatched fathers. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Austin Powers. Goldmember. Dvd
    Mike Myers' phenomenally successful spy spoof gains a few more characters, a slew of celebrity cameos, and even more free-associative laughs in this third installment of the popular franchise. Austin Powers in Goldmember continues the exploits of the swinging-'60s leftover, who, as the film opens, is busy critiquing a big-budget Hollywood production of his life story, replete with a 20-million-dollar star in the lead role and a slew of John Woo-style action scenes. But not far from the soundstage lurks arch nemesis Dr. Evil (Myers), who has opened up a talent agency representing some of the industry's biggest stars -- all the while channeling their profits into a diabolical world-destruction plan with the unfortunate code name Preparation H. Dr. Evil presents a distraction to Austin by kidnapping his similarly swingin' father, Nigel Powers, and transporting him back in time to 1975. Travelling there to save his father -- and in turn win back his dad's sometimes-errant affection -- Austin comes across the alluring superspy Foxxy Cleopatra (Beyonce Knowles). The three of them travel back to the present day, where they join forces to battle Dr. Evil and his posse of nefarious evil-doers, including the trusty clone Mini-Me (Verne Troyer); his snotty son, Scott (Seth Green); the inimitable Fat Bastard (Myers); and the eponymous new addition to the fold: the epidermis-obsessed, precious-metal-fortified Dutchman called Goldmember (Myers). ~ Michael Hastings, All Movie Guide
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    Dark Water. Dvd Jennifer Connelly.
    Directed by Walter Salles Jr., this remake of Hideo Nakata's supernatural psychological drama Honogurai Mizuno Soko Kara revolves around the plight of a single mother (Jennifer Connelly) whose messy divorce and subsequent battle for the custody of her five-year-old daughter is taking a heavy toll on her emotional well-being. Ultimately, the mother and daughter are able to relocate to an apartment, which, despite its excessively dilapidated interior, seems to be an adequate location for beginning a new life. Before long, however, what appears to be the spirit of a young girl begins to haunt them. No stranger to mental illness, the wary young woman brushes the visions aside as part of the inherent stress of making the transition from housewife to working, single mom. As time goes by and the apparent haunting does not subside, the apartment's new residents are forced to examine the history of its former tenants. Dark Water also features performances from John C. Reilly, Tim Roth, and Dougray Scott. ~ Tracie Cooper, All Movie Guide Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
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    Sandra Bullock. Murder By Numbers Dvd.
    When the dead body of a woman is found in the woods near the river, feisty homicide detective Cassie Mayweather (Sandra Bullock) and her new partner, Sam Kennedy (Ben Chaplin) are assigned to the case. That's the premise for MURDER BY NUMBERS, a psychological thriller directed by Barbet Schroeder (REVERSAL OF FORTUNE, SINGLE WHITE FEMALE). Determined to solve the crime, Mayweather follows her hunches and microscopic bits of evidence, focusing her investigation on two teens: Justin Pendleton (Michael Pitt), a brilliant, misunderstood nerd, and Richard Haywood (Ryan Gosling), a smooth talking, spoiled rich kid. From the beginning, the audience knows that this unlikely duo has formed a secret bond that pushes the boundaries of morality and the law in their attempt to commit the perfect murder and experience complete freedom. It's up to Mayweather, who buries herself in her work in an attempt to forget her own tormented past, and Kennedy, a transfer from Vice who is working his first homicide case, to ignore the stereotypical profiles and see past the obvious in order to solve the crime. Slowly but surely, the truth comes out as Mayweather works on instinct while battling her own demons and being drawn into the boys' game of cat-and-mouse. Item being sold to raise funds for a $7,000.00 Paradigm insulin pump and other medical expenses and of our senior pastor who is suffering diabetic blindness in his left eye. Our fundraising needs also now include the replacement of our mission chapel in Pennsylvania, destroyed in a fire by arson on Sept. 22, 2008. The press release is available for viewing in this store's 'links' section at the bottom of the store's home page. We are also seeking to fund the establishment of a new center of retreat and recovery for our disabled ministers, which will cost $3,300.00/month
  • Price: $15.49
    The Pop Scrapbook 1953 Over 200 Recording Stars
    This Vintage 1953 The Pop Scrapbook (Photo Story Features-Over 200 Recording Stars) is in excellent condition with slight wear and slightly yellowed pages. This Scrapbook measures approx. 11 x 8 and is suitable for framing. This Scrapbook features over 200 Recording Stars.
  • Price: $13.49
    Sinatra Special Memorial Tribute 1996 Star Magazine
    This Vintage 1996 Sinatra Special Memorial Tribute Star Magazine is in excellent condition with slight wear. This Star Magazine measures approx. 9 x 11 and is suitable for framing. This Star Magazine's front cover features Frank Sinatra, He Did It His Way, Singer Lover Fighter Legend, Woman He Loved, Broads He Hated & More.
  • Price: $14.49
    Movie Star Magazine Cover (Only)1920's Marguerite Clark
    This Vintage 1920's Movie Star Magazine Cover (Only) features Marguerite Clark. This cover is in fair condition with lower right hand corner torn and missing a section but we do have the piece. This Movie Star Cover is suitable for framing and measures approx. 8 x 10.
  • Price: $15.49
    Movie Star Magazine Cover (Only) 1920's Mary Mcalister
    This Vintage 1920's Movie Star Magazine Cover (Only) features Mary McAlister aiming a gun. This cover is in good condition with slight wear. This Movie Star Cover is suitable for framing and measures approx. 8 x 10.
  • Price: $7.45
    1968 Dark Of The Sun With Rod Taylor & Jim Brown
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1968 movie ad for Dark of the Sun is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 8 x 10 3/4 and is suitable for framing. This vintage movie magazine ad for Dark Of The Sun depicts a man chasing another man with a chainsaw.
  • Price: $7.45
    1967 The Dirty Dozen W/lee Marvin, Telly Savalas & More
    This fine vintage advertisement for a 1967 movie ad for The Dirty Dozen is in excellent condition but is slightly yellowed. This magazine ad measures approx. 8 x 10 3/4 and is suitable for framing. This vintage movie magazine ad for The Dirty Dozen depicts Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson, Jim Brown and more.
  • Price: $32.49
    Shirley Temple Yarn Book 1936 (Shirley Temple Cover)
    This Vintage 1936 Shirley Temple Yarn Book (Shirley Temple Cover) is complete and in very good condition with slight wear, creases x 12 1/2 and is suitable for framing. This book's front cover features Shirley Temple. This is just for the book and doesn't include the yarn & the needle.
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