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Coming to DVD Oct. 27

by on October 25, 2009
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Whatever Works

Whatever WorksIn what is “not the feel good movie of the year” and Woody Allen’s latest,  Boris Yellnikoff (Larry David) believes in little less than his own genius. He insults his young chess students, finds life filled with meaninglessness and will express his frustrations, irritations and annoyances to anyone who will listen – and even some who would rather not. But Boris finds a new way of thinking when he meets Melody (Evan Rachel Wood) and he finds that it all comes down to “whatever works.”

Rated PG-13

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ice AgeIt’s another adventure for Manny (Ray Ramano), Sid (John Leguizamo), Diego (Denis Leary), and Ellie (Queen Latifah) and this time they have some new friends along for the ride. When Sid gets into trouble his friends set out to save him  and find yet another new dimension to their world they didn’t quite know before. Along the way, they become acquainted with some colorful characters, namely a few creatures of the Jurassic kind and Buck a one-eyed weasel with…ambition.

Rated PG


0138.CR2Learning the lesson to ‘be careful what you wish for,’ Kate (Vera Farmiga) and John (Peter Sarsgaard) Coleman, struggle in their marriage and with their own personal demons following a tragic loss of their own child, eventually making the decision to adopt another child in an effort to move on with their life. At a local orphanage, they meet Esther and feel a connection to the young girl, taking her home. But Esther is no ordinary girl and the only one to see through her is Kate.

Rated R

Also on DVD Oct. 27

Nothing Like the Holidays (John Leguizamo, Debra Messing – Rated PG-13)

Angel and the Badman (Lou Diamond Phillips – Rated PG-13)

For Sale by Owner (Tom Skerritt, Kris Kristofferson – Rated R)

Tinkerbell and the Lost Treasure (Rated G)

Into Temptation (Kristen Chenoweth, Jeremy Sisto – Rated R)

Stan Helsing (Leslie Nielsen – Rated R)

Pandemic (Rated R)