Coming to DVD Jan. 5
Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader), an ambitious but often misdirected scientist has built up little less than a stock of inventions that don’t work. His luck appears to have changed when, in attempt to rid the world of hunger, he creates a machine that turns water into food. Then again, rather suddenly everything from burgers to – yes, meatballs begin falling from the sky. Flint runs into more trouble after an eager young intern from the Weather Channel arrives to cover the unique…weather.
Michelle Monaghan is Diane Ford, a long-haul truck driver who is comfortable with her independent and unattached life. Traveling the open road, Diane indulges in uncomplicated one-night stands and lives her life on her own terms. But when her 11 year old son reappears in her life, nowhere else to turn, she is forced to take another look at her past, her present, her future and the woman she has become. As the two reluctantly put up with each other, Diane begins to question her own decisions. Also starring Nathan Fillion and Benjamin Bratt.
The Hip Hop Project
From Bruce Willis and Russell Simmons – for a group of New York City teenagers, Hip Hop serves as a canvas for their thoughts, experiences and emotions and they tell their stories to beat all the more contagious. The documentary takes a close look at one many in particular, a formerly homeless youth who created a safe place for others to express themselves through words and music and sometimes brutal honesty.
Also on DVD Jan. 5
The Circuit (Michelle Trachtenberg – NR)
Falling Up (Joseph Cross, Mimi Rogers – NR)
50 Dead Men Walking (Ben Kingsley, Rose McGowan – Rated R)
Final Destination (Nick Zano – Rated R)
The Ministers (John Leguizamo, Harvey Keitel – Rated R)