Sarah Polley

Mr. Nobody

Mr. Nobody

It is the year 2092 and the world’s oldest living human being is Nemo (Jared Leto) at the ripe of 118 years old. The movie “Mr. Nobody” centers around Nemo being interviewed about his life, the decisions he made or should have made, and the life changing moments that shaped where he is today.... Read more
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Take This Waltz

Sarah Polley's sophomore directorial effort Take This Waltz stars Michelle Williams as Margot, a 28-year-old Toronto woman who has been married for five years to Lou (Seth Rogen), a cookbook author who specializes in chicken dishes.... Read more
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Splice (BLU-RAY)

Vincenzo Natali’s (Cube) Splice was a box office flop that failed to capture the majority of audiences while it ran in theaters. I loved this film.... Read more
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Splice

In 1997 Vincenzo Natali brought us Cube, the story of a handful of strangers who find themselves in a huge complex which had shifting rooms, booby traps, and of course the most dangerous element, themselves.... Read more
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Splice

Superstar genetic engineers Clive (Adrien Brody) and Elsa (Sarah Polley) specialize in splicing DNA from different animals to create incredible new hybrids.  Now they want to use human DNA in a hybrid that could revolutionize science and medicine.  But when the pharmaceutical company that funds t... Read more
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John Adams (BLU-RAY)

Paul Giamatti's brilliant turn as one of the founders of the U.S, John Adams makes it's way to the high definition format in a gorgeous box set from HBO Home Video.... Read more
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John Adams

Paul Giamatti's brilliant turn as one of the founders of the U.S, John Adams makes it's way to the high definition format in a gorgeous box set from HBO Home Video.... Read more
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (BLU-RAY)

This isn’t “officially” a Monty Python movie but with Eric Idle, and direction by Terry Gilliam, it might as well be.  The only thing missing is the irreverent humor and the fact that Uma Thurman somehow made her way into this one in the late 80s.... Read more
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The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

This isn’t “officially” a Monty Python movie but with Eric Idle, and direction by Terry Gilliam, it might as well be.  The only thing missing is the irreverent humor and the fact that Uma Thurman somehow made her way into this one in the late 80s. ... Read more
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