New on DVD and On Demand: Nights in Rodanthe

by | February 10, 2009 at 5:28 PM | The Movies


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Nights in Rodanthe
Diane Lane and Richard Gere meet one weekend in a North Carolina inn and find themselves in each other, giving them a second chance at love. Also starring Academy Award nominee Viola Davis and the always great Christopher Meloni.

Also on DVD:


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Miracle at St. Anna
Spike Lee’s drama about a squad of black soldiers stranded in fascist Italy during World War II, and the murder mystery that frames it.

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My Name Is Bruce
Noted cult-film monster-killer, current Burn Notice star and all-around hilarious guy Bruce Campbell is recruited by wayward teens to fight a ghoulish monster of ancient lore that he doesn’t believe is real until it’s too late.

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Frozen River
Melissa Leo’s Academy-Award-nominated turn as an abandoned and desperately broke mother trying to provide for her children by selling her services as a border smuggler for illegal immigrants.

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W.
Josh Brolin stars as quite possibly the worst president in American history, George W. Bush, in Oliver Stone’s story of how a man who failed at everything he tried somehow managed to make his way to the White House.

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Soul Men
Samuel L. Jackson and the late Bernie Mac are two retired and bitter soul singers on vastly different life paths who reunite for the first time in decades on a road trip to an Apollo tribute for their late ex-bandleader.

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Blindness
In a quarantined land of those stricken blind, Julianne Moore remains the only sighted person, trying to save her afflicted husband (Mark Ruffalo) from a grisly fate.