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Joan Allen, Albert Finney to Continue Their 'Bourne Legacy'

Joan Allen and Albert Finney are in negotiations to join Universal's The Bourne Legacy, the latest installment in the successful Bourne spy series.... Read more
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Norton On For Bourne Legacy's Baddie

Things have been quiet on the casting front for Tony Gilroy’s sideways continuation of the Jason Bourne universe with The Bourne Legacy.... Read more
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Stone (BLU-RAY)

Jack Mabry (played by Robert De Niro) has only days to go before he can retire from his job as a parole officer.... Read more
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Stone

Jack Mabry (played by Robert De Niro) has only days to go before he can retire from his job as a parole officer.... Read more
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Stone TRAILER

Stone TRAILER

A convicted arsonist looks to manipulate a parole officer into a plan to secure his parole by placing his beautiful wife in the lawman's path ... Read more
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Fight Club

"'Fight Club' pulls you in, challenges your prejudices, rocks your world and leaves you laughing" (Rolling Stone).... Read more
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Pride and Glory (BLU-RAY)

Pride and Glory showcases a circumstance that happens far too often; a movie where the actors are far too good for the script.  Even the incredible acting by Edward Norton and Colin Farrell can't save what is ultimately a cookie-cutter thriller of a movie.... Read more
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The Incredible Hulk (BLU-RAY)

I’m pretty sure I wasn’t the only person in the world who wondered why they would revisit the severely tainted Hulk series so soon. QUALITY: Great.  The picture is amazing and the sounds is completely rattling.... Read more
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The Incredible Hulk

Mild-mannered scientist Bruce Banner has been traveling the globe in search of the antidote that will allow him to break free from his primal alter ego, but both the warmongers who long to exploit him for their own gain and a horrific creature known as The Abomination are determined to stop him f... Read more
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The Incredible Hulk

Bruce Banner, still wandering, looks for a way to free himself of The Hulk. Like the television show, which the film borrows heavily from, Banner is always shy of finding a definitive answer to his condition but must battle his way through local trouble as well as trouble from his past.... Read more
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