Friday, September 26, 2014

September 30th DVD Releases

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Are you ready for this Tuesday's lineup of new DVD releases? I know we are!!! There are some great movies that we have been wanting to see coming out on September 30th!!! Are any of these on your list? 

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Cade Yeager is thrown into the mix of good versus evil when he stumbles upon a piece of alien technology. Soon after discovering and activating the tech from Cybertron, a group of bounty hunters come for Cade but gets his daughter Tessa instead. Together her father and boyfriend, Shane, must survive the paroles of enemy fire while attempting to rescue the abducted girl. Of course, the protagonists must also save the world from the Decepticon hordes with the assistance of Bumblebee and his faithful comrades as well.
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer


Jon Favreau (writer, director and producer) leads a hilarious all-star cast including SofĂ­a Vergara, Scarlett Johansson, John Leguizamo, Bobby Cannavale, Dustin Hoffman, Oliver Platt, Robert Downey Jr. and young actor Emjay Anthony in this deliciously entertaining comedy about starting from scratch. When gifted chef Carl Casper (Favreau) suddenly quits his demanding job at a trendy LA restaurant, he's on his own to pick up the pieces of his once promising career. Finding himself in Miami, he decides to team up with his successful ex-wife (Vergara), best friend (Leguizamo) and son (Anthony) to launch a no-frills food truck business. Taking to the road, Carl reignites his passion for the kitchen and, along the way, discovers a renewed zest for life and love.

Third Person

Third Person tells three stories of love, passion, trust and betrayal. The tales play out in New York, Paris and Rome through three couples who appear to have nothing related, but share deep commonalities: lovers and estranged spouses, children lost and found. Featuring an award-winning ensemble cast including Liam Neeson (Schindler’s List), Adrien Brody (The Pianist), James Franco (127 Hours), Olivia Wilde (Rush), Mila Kunis (Black Swan), Kim Basinger (L.A. Confidential) and Maria Bello (A History of Violence). Written and directed by Academy Award® winner Paul Haggis (Best Motion Picture, Crash, 2005), Third Person is a mystery, a puzzle in which the truth is revealed in glimpses, clues are caught by the corner of the eye and nothing is truly what it seems.

Cold in July

How can a split-second decision change your life? While investigating noises in his house one balmy Texas night in 1989, Richard Dane (Michael C. Hall in an affectingly vulnerable performance) puts a bullet in the brain of lowlife burglar Freddy. Although he s hailed as a small-town hero, Richard soon finds himself fearing for his family s safety when Freddy s ex-con father, Ben (Sam Shepard, August: Osage County) rolls into town, hell-bent on revenge. But not all is as it seems in this seemingly peaceful community, and soon Richard s life begins to unravel into a dark underworld of corruption and violence that will pit him against the most unlikely of foes. Co-starring Don Johnson (Django Unchained) and adapted from the Joe R. Lansdale novel by director Jim Mickle (We Are What We Are) and star Nick Damici (Stake Land), COLD IN JULY is a pulpy Southern noir whose twists and turns continue to pile up right up to its shocking conclusion.


Amidst the haunting refineries of Southeast Texas, hard-drinking single dad Hollis (two-time Emmy Award-winner Aaron Paul) struggles to raise his two boys, including rebellious teenager Jacob (first-time actor Josh Wiggins, in a stunning breakthrough performance). Obsessed with heavy metal and seething with rebellious anger, Jacob finds release in the high-risk, white-knuckle world of motocross but his increasingly reckless behavior threatens to spin out of control, especially when it starts to involve his younger brother Wes (newcomer Deke Garner). When the local authorities catch wind of the increasingly volatile situation, Wes is taken into custody by his Aunt Pam (Academy Award nominee Juliette Lewis), leaving Jacob and Hollis to fend for themselves. In Wes absence, Jacob becomes increasingly obsessed with two things: winning a local motocross championship and getting his brother back. With a scorching central performance by Wiggins and heart-wrenchingly raw turns by Paul and Lewis, HELLION is a powerful portrait of a family on the brink of dissolution that s impossible to shake.

Decoding Annie Parker

Samantha Morton (John Carter, The Messenger, In America); Helen Hunt (Mad About You, As Good as It Gets, Twister); Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad, Need for Speed, The Last House on the Left); Maggie Grace (Taken, Taken 2, Twilight: Breaking Dawn); Rashida Jones (Parks and Recreation, The Social Network)
Annie Parker finds out she has breast cancer - a devastating blow to a woman who s already lost her mother and sister to the same disease. Mary Claire King is a geneticist researching the still unknown link between DNA and cancer in the wake of skeptical colleagues and funding challenges.

Lucky Them

More interested in partying and flirting with young musicians than work, veteran rock journalist Ellie Klug (Toni Collette) has one last chance to prove her value to her magazine s editor: a no-stone-unturned search to discover what really happened to long lost rock god Matthew Smith (Johnny Depp), who also happens to be her ex-boyfriend. Teaming up with an eccentric amateur documentary filmmaker (Thomas Haden Church, Killer Joe), Ellie hits the road in search of answers, but what she finds along the way may instead bring her to uncover more truths about herself than she thought possible. Co-starring Oliver Platt (Fargo) and Amy Seimetz (Upstream Color), LUCKY THEM is a thoughtful and heartwarming journey of self-discovery in the often tumultuous world of music stardom.

Sniper: Legacy

A rogue gunman is assassinating high-ranking military officers one by one. When Gunnery Sgt. Brandon Beckett (Chad Michael Collins, Sniper: Reloaded) is informed his father, legendary shooter Thomas Beckett (Tom Berenger) has been killed, Brandon springs into action to take out the perpetrator. But when his father rescues him from an ambush, Brandon realizes he’s a pawn being played by his superiors to draw out the killer. It’s up to the two men, bound by blood, to bring an end to the carnage. Mercedes Masohn (Quarantine 2: Terminal) and Dennis Haysbert (TVs “24”) co-star in this intense military thriller.

Space Station 76

Welcome to a 1970s’ version of the future, where the pants are wide, the music is groovy, and the new frontier is interplanetary. When a new assistant captain (Liv Tyler) arrives on the Omega 76, tensions spark, and more than asteroids collide. This smart and quirky film-festival favorite stars Patrick Wilson, Jerry O’Connell and Matt Bomer. Take a journey on an out-of-this-world adventure.

Leprechaun: Origins

Two young couples go on a trip together. Ben and Sophie, and David and Jeni decide to go hiking through the beautiful land of Ireland. The landscape and the sights are amazing, and the two couples are having an amazing time together. But not everything may be as lovely as it seems on the outside. When the town's residents recommend a cabin for these backpackers to stay in deep out in the woods, they soon realize that this scenic area has a dark secret. Could the mythical leprechaun actually be present in Ireland? When the lore turns out to be more than fiction, these two couples soon realize that they are in real danger.
Starring: Stephanie Bennett, Andrew Dunbar, Melissa Roxburgh

Are You Here

When his off-the-grid best buddy Ben Baker (Zach Galifianakis) inherits his estranged father s fortune, womanizing local weatherman Steve Dallas (Owen Wilson) joins forces with him to battle the legal challenge brought by Ben s formidable sister (Amy Poehler), in the hilarious big-screen directorial debut from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner.

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