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Lay back, relax and watch the first season of The Client List whenever you want!
February 26th, 2013 under DVD, Lifetime. [ Comments: none ]

Crave a happy ending for your day, then run out and buy first season of The Client List on DVD today.
Riley (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is a happily married mother of two struggling to pay the bills, and her life is going to change when her husband decides to leave her. Now she has to support her family on her own, so her friend helps her get a job as a masseuse at massage parlor that offers their clientele more than just a massage. At first she says no, but then once she sees how much more money she can make, she says yes. Now she has to keep her secret from her mom (Cybill Shepard), her brother-in-law (Colin Egglesfield) and her best friend (Rebecca Field), who have been helping her adjust to her new life. And that is not going to be easy, but it is going to be hot to watch.
Besides getting the full first season on DVD, you also get plenty of deleted scenes and outtakes. Jennifer Love Hewitt is even cuter when she messes up.


Never grow up whenever you want with Peter Pan on Blu-ray!
February 5th, 2013 under DVD. [ Comments: none ]

Peter Pan is turning 60 and to celebrate the anniversary Disney is today releasing the Diamond Edition of the classic tale that made us never want to grow up. The Peter Pan Diamond Edition Blu-ray Combo Pack includes a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy & Storybook App and so many special features for you and your whole family to enjoy over and over again.
Those extra are; Disney Intermission (new), Growing up with Nine Old Men (new), Disney View (new), Introduction by Diane Disney Miller (new), Deleted Songs & Scenes , You Can Fly: The Making of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell: A Fairy’s Tale, Disney Song Selections, Audio Commentary Hosted by Roy Disney, Music Videos & More!
So along with taking the remastered journey with Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael and Tinker Bell to Never Land, you hear how special the story was to the Walt Disney in his own voice. You will get to see who the inspiration was for Tinker Bell. You will get to meet the actual children of the people who worked on the film and find out what their parents were like. Listen to two songs that did not make the movie, along with some deleted scenes. But the most important one that didn’t make the movie was when Wendy and her brothers said goodbye to Peter Pan. This is an alternate ending that made the movie even more special. So it is features like these that make owning the Diamond Edition of Peter Pan mandatory for the kids in all of us and the kids that are still kids!
So don’t let this opportunity pass you by, own it today while you can because it is only available for a limited time.


Flight flies into our homes this Tuesday!
February 3rd, 2013 under DVD. [ Comments: none ]

Flight is flying to your televisions this Tuesday and you are going to want to own it so you can watch it on Blu-ray/DVD whenever you want.
Denzel Washington star as “Whip” Whitaker, a pilot with an imperfect life outside of the cockpit and a perfect within it. On a normal flight from Orlando to Atlanta something goes terribly wrong and by some miracle Whip actually stops the plane from a completely deadly crash. Since the plane crashed, the NTBS has to do an investigation and Whip has to hide the fact that he was drinking and doing cocaine before the flight even though it didn’t impair him from landing the plane as safely as he did. His friend and now union rep, Charlie Anderson (Bruce Greenwood) and attorney Hugh Lang (Don Cheadle) are trying to do everything they can to keep him out of jail, but Whip keeps working against them. As his trial date gets closer, Whip learns a lot about himself but is it too little too late? You will have to buy the Academy Award nominated movie on Tuesday to find out.
The Blu-ray comes with the special features: Origins of Flight, The Making of Flight, Anatomy of a Plane Crash, Q&A Highlights. With these special features you will hear the interesting story how John Gatins came up with the idea for the screenplay and how Denzel Washington and Robert Zemeckis got involved with the film. We also learn how they made it and some of the major constraints they had with recreating the flying and airport scenes. I have to honestly say the information in these extras made me appreciate the movie even more.


Extra, extra The Paperboy is yours to own now!
January 28th, 2013 under DVD. [ Comments: none ]

The Paperboy is out now on DVD and Blu-ray and you are going to want to own this movie. If you are like me, you want to see this film because you heard how Nicole Kidman pees on Zac Efron in it. Well you get that scene and so much more in this intriguing movie.
In the late ’60s a corrupt sheriff was killed in Miami and Hillary Van Wetter (John Cusack), an innocent man was convicted of his crime. His pen pal and now fiancee, Charlotte (Kidman) has taken his story to the Miami Times lead reporter Ward Jensen (Matthew McConaughey) and she is hoping he can get Hillary set free. Ward’s younger brother Jake (Zac Efron) is the Paperboy and he is also helping out with the report. During the long hot summer, unconventional Charlotte and innocent Jake will get very close and it will eventually be their undoing and everyone elses around them.
The Paperboy looks at racism, sexism and homosexuality in the late ’60s in a way that makes you appreciate how we are today. Director Lee Daniels perfectly captured the era with this movie.
The Blu-ray includes these special features: Free Digital Copy of the Film, Featurette, Director Interview, Cast and Crew Interview, Behind the Scenes. With these features we find out which actor was not Daniels’ first choice for the role they got, what drew the actors to do this movie and what it was like to make it. These features help you understand the movie even more when you find out where everyone was coming from when they made it.


You will love Love Me
January 21st, 2013 under DVD. [ Comments: none ]

Sylvia Potter (Lindsey Shaw) is looking for love in Love Me and she is going to find it when Lucas Green (Jamie Johnston) transfers to her high school. Only problem is his ex-girlfriend, Melissa went missing and everyone thinks he is the one who did it including all of her friends. Will she listen to them or will she stay with the man that she loves?
As the movie goes we get more information about what happened to Melissa and it looks more and more like he is the one who made her disappear. Did he? You will have to tune into suspenseful young love story to find out. So buy the Blu-ray or DVD for Love Me that is out now.
And you will want to check out the two featurettes, Behind the Scenes and Stories from the Set, that come with it. You will see the young cast have fun in between takes and find out what they think of each other and their characters.


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