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Gone Baby Gone (BLU-RAY)

In Ben Affleck’s directorial debut, brother Casey Affleck and Ed Harris shine in some of the best acting by either in their career.  Despite a somewhat dragging storyline, the Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) story is very engaging.... Read more
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Gone Baby Gone

In Ben Affleck’s directorial debut, brother Casey Affleck and Ed Harris shine in some of the best acting by either in their career.  Despite a somewhat dragging storyline, the Dennis Lehane (Mystic River) story is very engaging.... Read more
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The Rock (BLU-RAY)

Unlike Con Air, The Rock is actually a good action movie.  In the second of the Bruckheimer/Cage movies to be released in high def by Disney on the same day, Cage teams up with a James Bond-ish Sean Cnnery and a brilliantly evil Ed Harris.... Read more
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The Rock

Unlike Con Air, The Rock is actually a good action movie.  In the second of the Bruckheimer/Cage movies to be released in high def by Disney on the same day, Cage teams up with a James Bond-ish Sean Cnnery and a brilliantly evil Ed Harris.... Read more
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The Human Stain

Coleman Silk (Anthony Hopkins) is a college professor accused of using a racial slur in class.  This film is a dark look into how one person can affect the lives of others and the secrets we keep can harm everyone.... Read more
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The Human Stain

Coleman Silk (Anthony Hopkins) is a college professor accused of using a racial slur in class.  This film is a dark look into how one person can affect the lives of others and the secrets we keep can harm everyone.... Read more
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Buffalo Soldiers

As the Cold War slowly comes to an end Elwood (Joaquin Phoenix) fights boredom while serving in West Germany. For pleasure he has mastered trading on the black market and becoming the “go to” guy for the other soldiers.... Read more
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Buffalo Soldiers

As the Cold War slowly comes to an end Elwood (Joaquin Phoenix) fights boredom while serving in West Germany. For pleasure he has mastered trading on the black market and becoming the “go to” guy for the other soldiers.... Read more
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Places in the Heart

Of the three "mortgage on the farm" films of 1984 (Country and The River were the other two), Places in the Heart is the only one set during the Depression. After her husband is killed, Sally Field is forced to take over the debt-ridden Texas family farm herself.... Read more
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