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Hot DVD and Blu-Ray Releases This Week (June 24, 2008)

June 22nd, 2008 by Maxim · No Comments · 3,866 Views


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10,000 B.C. (2008) PG-13

10,000 B.C.

(2008) PG-13
Fierce mammoth hunter D’Leh (Steven Strait) sets out on an impossible journey to rescue the woman he loves (Camilla Belle) from a vicious warlord and save the people of his village. While venturing into unknown territories, D’Leh and his fellow warriors battle dangerous beasts and discover an amazing new civilization. Roland Emmerich directs this prehistoric epic full of thrilling action and adventure.

DVD | Blu-Ray | Maxim’s review.

Spiderwick Chronickles (2008) PG

The Spiderwick Chronicles

(2008) PG
When city-raised twins Jared and Simon (both played by Freddie Highmore) move to an old country mansion with their mother (Mary-Louise Parker) and sister (Sarah Bolger), it’s quite an adjustment — especially when they uncover a magical and sometimes dangerous fantasy world. Based on the best-selling children’s books, this family adventure populated with all manner of fanciful creatures co-stars Joan Plowright, David Strathairn and Nick Nolte.

DVD (Widescreen) | Blu-Ray.

In Bruges (2008) RIn Bruges

(2008) R
After accidentally killing an innocent boy in London, Irish hit men Ray (Colin Farrell) and Ken (Brendan Gleeson) are sent by their boss, Harry (Ralph Fiennes), to lay low in Bruges. But, uncomfortable in this foreign city, the two professional killers soon get into trouble. Complicating matters further, when the guilt-ridden Ray falls for a girl working on a film shoot, he finds himself confronting the girl’s jealous ex-boyfriend.

DVD.

Persepolis (2007) PG-13

Persepolis

(2007) PG-13
Marjane (voiced by Chiara Mastroianni) just wants to be an ordinary kid, but that isn’t easy in 1978 Iran. This profound animated film follows Marjane’s childhood in a repressive society, her adolescence in France and return to Tehran as an adult. Based on Marjane Satrapi’s autobiographical graphic novel, this Oscar nominee for Best Animated Feature Film also features the vocal talents of Catherine Deneuve and Simon Abkarian.

DVD and Blu-Ray.

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