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New DVD Releases – Tuesday November 25, 2008

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Hancock Meet Dave Space Chimps

These are the new DVD releases for November 25th.

  • Hancock (Comedy) – Cast: Will Smith, Charlize Theron, Jason Bateman, Lauren Hill; Directed by: Peter Berg

    Synopsis: There are heroes… there are superheroes… and then there’s Hancock (Will Smith). With great power comes great responsibility – everyone knows that – everyone, that is, but Hancock. Edgy, conflicted, sarcastic, and misunderstood, Hancock’s well-intentioned heroics might get the job done and save countless lives, but always seem to leave jaw-dropping damage in their wake. The public has finally had enough – as grateful as they are to have their local hero, the good citizens of Los Angeles are wondering what they ever did to deserve this guy. Hancock isn’t the kind of man who cares what other people think – until the day that he saves the life of PR executive Ray Embrey (Jason Bateman), and the sardonic superhero begins to realize that he may have a vulnerable side after all. Facing that will be Hancock’s greatest challenge yet – and a task that may prove impossible as Ray’s wife, Mary (Charlize Theron), insists that he’s a lost cause.

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  • Meet Dave (Comedy) – Cast: Eddie Murphy, Ed Helms, Elizabeth Banks, Gabrielle Union, and THE Naked Cowboy; Directed by: Brian Robbins

    Synopsis: With their home planet in danger and no place in the known universe to seek shelter, a desperate crew of miniature alien humanoids boards a human spacecraft in hopes of saving their doomed world. Eddie Murphy stars in a sci-fi comedy that re-teams the longtime comic actor with Norbit director Brian Robbins.

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  • Space Chimps (Animation) -Cast: Featuring the vocal talents of: Andy Samberg, Cheryl Hines, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Daniels, Kenan Thompson, Kristin Chenoweth, Stanley Tucci; Directed by: Kirk De Micco

    Synopsis: Jeff Daniels, Stanley Tucci, Cheryl Hines, and Andy Samberg lend their voices to this computer-animated comedy following the descendants of the first chimps in space as they blast off for fun and adventure on a far-away planet. Ham III (Samberg) is the grandson of Ham, the first-ever chimp astronaut. This ne’er-do-well chimp may not be the most qualified ape for the job, but a scheming senator (Tucci) has recruited him for a most dangerous mission. It seems that a powerful tyrant (Daniels) has overtaken an alien world, and now it’s up to Ham III and his trusty simian crew (Hines and Patrick Warburton) to help overthrow the deep-space despot. Perhaps with some training from Ham III’s mentor (Kenan Thompson) and the help of a friendly alien (Kristin Chenoweth) this fearless group of anthropoids can make the universe a safer place for aliens and humans alike.

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  • Will Smith Has the Golden Touch

    Saturday, July 5th, 2008


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    The verdict is in. Will Smith is the nicest guy in Hollywood. Read on:

    His movies may tank. Expectations of his bankable gross may send bean-counters into a tizzy. But for all the ups and downs that have marked Will Smith’s 18-year career, he’s still jiggy with the masses. The man will never be called “box office poison”- Hancock or not.

    That may sound bold, if not flat-out arrogant, given Smith will only celebrate his 40th birthday this September and Hollywood is often quick to be fickle, but it’s not like he hasn’t faced down disastrous receipts before.

    Wild Wild West cost Warner Bros. an estimated $160 million to produce and pulled in $113 million in domestic release, earning it the Razzie for worst film of the year in 1999 and bumping director Barry Sonnenfeld down to the B-list where he continues to linger, pumping out the likes of the poop-focused family film, RV, and low-profile TV serials such as Pushing Daisies.

    Usually, it’s the star who takes the heat for a flop – not the director – as witnessed by Tom Cruise’s post-Oprah, post-Mission: Impossible III flameout. MI:III director J.J. Abrams escaped the wrath of studio execs and went on to direct episodes of The Office, produced Cloverfield and nabbed the enviable job of directing the next Star Trek feature. Cruise, meanwhile, was given his walking papers and asked to leave his production home on the Paramount lot – even though Mission made money and received favourable reviews.

    So what makes Will Smith so special? How did the Fresh Prince emerge as the millennium’s most charismatic – and apparently bankable star? (Despite weak reviews, Hancock lifted off to an impressive start Tuesday evening with more than $6.8 million in single-day receipts.)

    By dissecting his career moves, cross-referencing them with those of his colleagues and keeping up with the gossip, gadflies and gawkers – one can isolate the six degrees that separate Smith from the pack and give him what appears to be unsinkable star power, and earns him the title of Newsweek Magazine’s “Most Powerful Man in Hollywood.”

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    Hancock Double-Sided 1 Sheet Movie Poster – Advance Style A

    Friday, May 2nd, 2008


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    There was a mistake with the ad for the Hancock DS1 Sheet Advance Movie Poster. The ad had stated that is a Poster Print – Bus Shelter. It is not a bus shelter print. It is an original double-sided theatrical release one sheet movie poster. We have since corrected the mistake.

    As a visitor to our webstore if you ever see a mistake in an ad or something about the ad is puzzling, please do not hesitate to email us and let us know.

    Thank you.


     
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