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article imageRachel Weisz returns to the desert sands in the epic 'Agora' DVD Special

By Earl Dittman     Oct 20, 2010 in Entertainment
British actress Rachel Weisz chats about the sweeping drama 'Agora' (now on DVD), motherhood and where she keeps her Oscar. Other DVD/Blu-rays out this week: Predators, Mirrors 2, Psycho, Moulin Rouge! Holy Rollers, Rocky Horror, Real L Word and more.
According to Max Minghella, actress Rachel Weisz, his London-born female costar in the epic historical drama Agora, is one of the most talented actresses that Minghella -- the star of The Social Network -- has ever worked with and declares that Weisz certainly deserved the Academy Award she scored for The Constant Gardener in 2005 (Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role). “I wish I had half of the talent that Rachel has,” confesses Minghella, who portrays one of the men in love with Weisz's character Hypatia. “They don't get any more talented than Rachel. She is incredible to watch every minute she's on the screen in Agora.”
Based on a true story that took place during the 4th century in Egypt, Weisz portrays Hypatia, a brilliant astronomer, mathematician, philosopher and scientist who proved to be far ahead of her time. Her incredible story, told by Alejandro Amenábar – the award-winning director of The Others and The Sea Inside – brings to life an epic, global motion picture that is both intoxicating and thought-provoking.
In Agora, when a violent religious battle erupts in the city of Alexandria, and the fate of the Ancient World is left in the hands of Hypatia (Weisz). Living in a society threatened by her life and works, she becomes the center of an epic battle that changes history forever. Falling under her spell are two disciples (Max Minghella and Oscar Isaac) competing for her heart, and ultimately someone must choose to either save themselves, their city, or the woman they love. Led by her conviction and determination, Hypatia must arm herself to fight the biggest crusade of her life, and consequently an unforgettable legend – and another award-worthy performance from Weisz – is born.
Rachel Weisz and Michael Lonsdale in  Agora
Rachel Weisz and Michael Lonsdale in 'Agora'
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Weisz, who studied theatre at Cambridge University and has starred in such box office hits as The Mummy (and its sequel), About The Boy, Definitely, Maybe and The Lovely Bones, said she’s always been able to shake off a troubled character like Hypatia at the end of the day. That comes in handy these days, she admits, especially since she’s a mom of a 5-year-old (a son, Henry Chance, with director Darren Aronofsky). “I’ve never had a problem letting go of a character, although I can see how it’s easy to hold on to one,” she said during a recent chat in New York. “I mean, I immerse myself in something, but I’ve learned to come out of it. I’m a mother in real life, so I can’t go home to my kids in a state of despair and tears. So it’s a skill you learn, like one might learn to juggle, but you learn to turn things on and off, and I sort of have to do that."
For the role of Hypatia, Weisz focused on both the good and bad aspects of the heartrending, spiritual motion picture. “As an actor, to play a role, you have to imagine all sorts of things,” says Weisz, who will next be starring in the films The Whistleblower followed by Dream House. “You know, you imagine beautiful things, you imagine lovely things, that’s my job. I don’t think in that way that something’s too dark or problematic to go to. I don’t know why, but I just don’t think that way.
“I mean, look, since the beginning of time, bad things have happened in stories — Oedipus kills his dad and has sex with his mom, now that’s a bad situation,” she jokingly continues. “Bad stuff has happened in stories since the beginning of time, and I think it’s not a new thing to be a storyteller and be in a story where there are bad things. But also there are very powerful, dynamic things about this film, and I knew that going into it, so I didn’t have any hesitation about what doing this role would mean to me.”
Rachel Weisz in  Agora
Rachel Weisz in 'Agora'
Lionsgate
Why attracted you in doing such a vast, epic and historical motion picture like Agora?“Who wouldn't be attracted? It's an incredible story and you know that it will be considered an instant classic – most desert films are. Thank David Lean and Lawrence Of Arabia for that. (laughs) Seriously, though, there was so much in the script to challenge me as an actress. What attracted me the most? The writing and the character. I guess it was the character of Hypatia, mainly. I mean, I loved, I loved, I loved the writing as a whole. I thought it was very beautiful, unusual, heightened dialogue, but Hypatia was a character that I just couldn't pass up. When I found out about it, I let Alejandro know that I really, really, really wanted to play her.”
What was so compelling about Hypatia's story? “What I found most interesting about the story is that although it is set in the 4th century, most of the situations in it could be just as relevant in the 21st century. The politics and religious ideals may or may not have changed, but people have always felt the same way about love, hate, jealousy and every other human emotion. However, instead of taking place in some tiny little place in the world, it takes place in the splendor of 4th century Egypt.”
Do you get a lot of comedy scripts even though you're not really known for doing a lot of comedies these days? “Surprisingly, I still do.”
What's the secret for a deeply dramatic actor to switch to doing something where you're getting laughs and being naturalistic?“Realistic? Well the aim, I find drama or comedy for me is to be naturalistic. In a funny way, there really isn't any difference. I did the comedy The Brothers Bloom and my character didn't think she was being funny. I was just being completely serious. It's just the situation she's in and what she happens to be saying and who she is -- it's kind a little off the wall I suppose. Comedy is just about commitment. There we go. That's my master class. I'm finished.” (laughs)
Rachel Weisz in  Agora
Rachel Weisz in 'Agora'
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Was having a baby just as cool as winning an Oscar?“It’s a hundred times better. Actually, my son won an Oscar, too, because he was in utero. He was there with me the whole time.” (laughs)
How many months pregnant were you when you won the Academy Award? “Seven.”
How did you feel when they did a third installment of The Mummy without you?“I was brokenhearted. I felt like Brendan’s (Fraser) character had left me for another dame. Can you believe it?” (laughs)
Why didn’t you do The Mummy 3 (The Curse Of The Dragon King) after all? Was it because of the baby? “You know what happened? This. I never even read the script because I was filming Brothers Bloom in Eastern Europe, and I'd been away for three-and-a-half-months. I would have to film The Mummy straight afterwards and they said it was five months in China. And that was just not possible. I would love to go to China, and I would have liked to have done the job, but it would have been with a newborn, a ten-month-old baby, and it just wasn't feasible.”
Getting to do Agora must have made you feel a bit victorious after missing out of the third Mummy? “You know, I'm not the kind of person who lets things like that affect me. Okay, call me petty, but I was thrilled that I got to do Agora after not being able to do the third Mummy. I was meant to be in the steamy, hot desert again.” (laughs)
Where do you keep your Oscar?“It's in my bathroom.”
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Everybody seems to keep their Oscar in their bathroom. That just doesn’t seem like a dignified place to keep it. “It's not a loo. It's not a W.C. or whatever you call it in North America. It's one of the biggest rooms in my house, and I like it very much. It's also a room that no one goes to, apart from my family, so it's kind of private.”
Does everyone want to see it when they come over? “No, actually they don't. I don’t know why? Should they?” (laughs)
What did winning the Oscar for The Constant Gardener mean to you? “You know, it's a massive honor that you know you never really think is the kind of thing that will really happen to you. It's a really huge honor. So is making a movie. I feel so honored to have the chance to do the thing I love. I really do."
(Only on DVD) Agora Bonus Features: Director’s Introduction to the Film; Audio commentary with director/co-writer Alejandro Amenábar; “Journey to Alexandria” documentary; Deleted scenes; Storyboards: for Production, Design & Costume Design and a Photo Gallery.
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Predators
Predators is a bold new chapter in the Predator's universe. In filmmaker Robert Rodriguez’ reboot of the classic Predator franchise, a mysterious jungle planet has become a game preserve and a group of cold-blooded humans have become the game. In this new generation of the iconic human hunters, Predators redefines fear and suspense while paying homage to the original thriller. As the film begins, a group of elite killers wake up to find themselves hurdling towards the hostile terrain of an alien planet below them. With only a few nerve-racking seconds left to activate their parachutes, this band of well-trained killers – Adrien Brody (The Pianist), Topher Grace (Valentine’s Day), Alice Braga ( I Am Legend), Danny Trejo (Machete) and Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) – struggle to save their lives. Some of the chutes don't work and many die instantly as they hit the ground. However, the others live to discover they have landed on the home turf of a gruesome pack of Predator hunters. Chosen for their ruthless abilities to murder other humans, this elite team of killers must band together to survive against this race of merciless Predators. Bloody, thrilling and terrifying, Predators tracks our world's most ruthless killers as they become the ultimate Predator prey. Blu-Ray + DVD Bonus Features: Commentary by producer Robert Rodriguez and director Nimród Antal; Robert Rodriguez Presents Motion Comics - “Moments of Extraction”: Rodriguez' exclusive motion comic prequel with vignettes voiced by the cast of Predators (Isabelle, Cuchillo, Hanzo, Mombasa and “Crucified”; “Evolution of the Species: Predators Reborn” and “The Chosen” featurettes; Fox Movie Channel presents Making a Scene; Deleted and Extended Scenes and BD-LIVE Extras: including Exclusive Predators Features and Live Lookup – Powered by IMDB
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Bionic Woman: The Complete First Season
Jamie Sommers was the heroine of all little girls and boys (who had secret boyhood crushes on her) during its successful television run. The Bionic Woman, the series, had it all – nonstop action, excitement and adventure with the world’s first female cyborg. Jamie Sommers could run faster than 60 mph, bend massive steel bars, jump from insane heights, and hear sounds you can only imagine. She’s was no ordinary schoolteacher – she was the Bionic Woman. Relive the excitement of this iconic TV series starring Emmy winner Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers, a woman leading the ultimate double life. After her unforgettable appearances on The Six Million Dollar Man as Colonel Steve Austin’s (Lee Majors) true love, Jaime’s story begins anew in these entertaining Season 1 episodes as she learns to deal with her new bionic abilities, becomes a top-secret agent for the Office of Scientific investigations and deals with her changed relationship with Steve. In addition to the all the episodes from Year One, Bionic Woman: The Complete First Season also includes five original episodes featured in the Six Million Dollar Man and a never-before-seen Bionic Beginnings featurette. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Five Six Million Dollar Man Crossover Episodes – two featuring Audio Commentary with writer Kenneth Johnson.
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Holy Rollers
Ripped from the headlines, Holy Rollers is a crime thriller that traces how nearly one million ecstasy pills were imported into the country in the 1990s using orthodox Hasidic Jews as carriers, their strict religious dress making them less likely to have their bags searched in customs. Studying to become a rabbi and waiting to be matched and start a family of his own, Sam Gold (Jesse Eisenberg) becomes intrigued when a fellow Hasid from his neighborhood, Yosef (Justin Bartha), talks of the easy money he's been earning delivering "medicine." Wanting to escape the path that his traditional family has set for him, Sam travels to Amsterdam with Yosef where, on the flight home, he is given a mysterious bag and instructed to "act Jewish" when going through customs. At first reluctant to join the scheme, Sam's natural business acumen soon impresses his boss and his involvement in the ring pulls him farther away from the righteous future his family hopes for. Exposed to the exciting and gritty worlds of Manhattan and Amsterdam nightlife, he soon spirals deeper into their lifestyle as his double life begins to rip his family apart. Slowly he comes to realize the façade behind the easy money and parties. Caught between life as a smuggler and the righteous path, he goes on the run, forced to make a fatal decision that could bring the entire operation crashing down. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Cast and filmmaker interviews; Interviews with Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha; Five deleted scenes with commentary by director Kevin Asch.
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Mirrors 2
In the highly-anticipated, heart-pounding sequel, Mirrors 2, Nick Stahl stars as Max, a recovering addict who takes a job as a nighttime security guard, but soon begins to see visions of a young mysterious woman in the store’s mirror. The terrifying results will push you to the edge-of-their-sofa in this white-knuckle horror film directed by Spanish filmmaker Victor Garcia (Return to House on Haunted Hill, El Ciclo). In Mirrors 2, the grisly slaughters continue after a young woman is brutally murdered in front of a mirror that is a portal to the world of the undead. Embarking on a murderous rampage, one-by-one she stalks the men and women responsible for her horrific death, exacting bloody revenge by dismembering and eviscerating the guilty. They can’t run, they can’t hide and they can’t look in the mirror because inside the mirrors the dead live on...waiting for vengeance. In addition to Stahl, Mirrors 2 boasts an impressive ensemble cast that also includes William Katt (Carrie), Emmanuelle Vaugier (CSI: NY) and Christy Carlson Romano (voice of “Kim Possible”). Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack Bonus Features: “The Other Side: Making Mirrors 2,” and “Keeping it Real: The Visual and Special Effects of Mirrors 2” featurettes; Deleted Scenes and Into the Mirror, the original Korean film in which the contemporary horror classic is based. BLU-RAY Exclusive: Picture in Picture; Watch Mirrors 2 with the Woman in the Mirror.
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DisneyNature:Oceans + DisneyNature: The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingo
Disneynature: Oceans is an unprecedented, breathtaking journey deep into uncharted waters of the ocean uncovering the playful splendors and the harsh realities of the weird and wonderful creatures that live within. Disneynature: Oceans is a splendid high-definition film that places viewers in the heart of the action – racing with a school of tuna, leaping with dolphins and swimming shoulder-to-flipper with whales. Directed by Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud, the two filmmakers venture in, on and around our seas to discover photogenic oddities and endangered wonders. The two directors capture mesmerizing footage using the most technologically-advanced equipment that has allowed them to bring the images alive in high-definition. Disneynature: Oceans is narrated by Pierce Brosnan (The Ghost Writer), who has long been affiliated with environmental causes and campaigns. Additionally, for every disc purchased now through October 25th, Disneynature will make a contribution to The Nature Conservancy to continue preserving coral reefs in The Bahamas. Blu-Ray + DVD Combo Pack Bones Features: Powerful behind-the-scenes footage; Key interviews with the filmmakers, crew and industry experts; “Make A Wave” Disney’s Friends for Change music video featuring Disney stars Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato; “The Walt Disney Company’s Conservation Efforts” featurette, plus an exclusive BD-Live experience that allows Blu-ray Disc owners to explore the oceans of the world through an interactive globe.
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DisneyNature: The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingo – Experience a birds-eye view from Disneynature – the studio that brought you EARTH -- as one of nature’s last great mysteries unfolds in The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos. A heartwarming story of survival, The Crimson Wing explores the spectacular lives of a million crimson-winged flamingos, offering a glimpse of their rare journey. Appropriate for families of all ages, this film showcases a dramatic, never-before- filmed backdrop, as the regal birds wing to another world in an inspiring and colorful story of majesty. Blu-ray + DVD Bonus Features: “Lake Natron Diaries: Behind The Crimson Wing” – 5 behind-the-scenes pods. BLU-RAY: “Living Planet” - Fully interactive through BD-Live, explore the Earth with up-to-date facts, migration information and videos by the filmmakers and leading wildlife experts; Filmmaker Annotations (CineExplore) – An in-movie experience with pop-up facts from the directors Leander Ward & Matthew Aberhard, and screenwriter Melanie Finn and The Crimson Wing Screensaver.
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Smash His Camera
A philosophical probing look at our culture's relationship with celebrity, Smash His Camera documents the story of infamous New York City paparazzo Ron Galella, legendary for his restraining order from Jackie O and losing five teeth at the hands of Marlon Brando, all in the service of generating some of the most iconic and memorable celebrity photographs of the 1970s. Galella has been a man easy to hate. But whether he can be blamed for sparking the current celeb-ysteria, he has certainly created a body of work that is historically impeccable. Director Leon Gast, who won an Oscar for When We Were Kings, gives us a man of complexity as well, a man who has photographed legends but still pronounced her name as “Catherine De Nerve,” a tough guy who lives out of a house described as right out of The Sopranos, expect the Sopranos did not have a statue-studded pet bunny cemetery in the backyard. Bonus Features: Deleted and Extended Scenes; Photo Gallery; Ron Galetta's Favorites; Commentary with Ron Galetta, Leon Cast (director), Linda Satfire and Adam Schlesinger.
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Tales From The Darkside: The Final Season
Brace yourself as you enter a world of horror and terror that will haunt your mind for many nights to come. Welcome back, for the last time, to Tales from the Darkside: The Final Season. It made us laugh with its wicked sense of humor, it scared the heck out of us with its too close for comfort storylines. but more than anything else, Tales From The Darkside always knew how to keep us entertained. No matter what day of the week or how late in the night it was on, if your remote clicked onto it, you watched it – even if you had seen that particular episode a dozen times before. Feel your blood race and your heart pound as you feast your eyes on the final 20 episodes of this modern-day classic horror-anthology series. Featuring stars of the film and TV – in the Final Season, we are treated to some wild appearances by Bradley Whitford (The West Wing), Blondie's Deborah Harry and longtime character actor Vic Tayback – Tales From The Darkside was loaded with one unforgettable performance after another (some of Hollywood's biggest stars are proud to list Tales From The Darkside on their resumes). As always, expect the unexpected. There's no telling what might happen in the final Season of Tales From The Darkside. Whatever it is, you'll love it. (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Bonus Episodes from the Production Company that brought us Tales From The Darkside: "Akhbar's Daughter" And "Attic Suite"
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The Real L Word: The First Season
Truth is juicier than fiction ever could be on the sexy, sophisticated and Sapphic reality series The Real L Word: The First Season. The hot documentary series comes from Golden Globe-winner Ilene Chaiken, one of the creators of the long-running, ground breaking cable fictional series The L Word. Set within the glamorous inner circle of Hollywood, The Real L Word: The First Season follows six of the most gorgeous, independent and fascinating lesbians of Los Angeles, who work hard and play even harder. Staying fiercely loyal to the dramatic and provocative style of the fictional series, the real-life cast proves they can be every bit as glamorous, fashionable, fabulous and even as cutthroat as their celebrated counterparts. The entire six seasons of the original, dramatic and fictional The L Word are also still available on DVD. Both series allow you the chance to peak inside a world few of us knew existed. They're revealing and exciting! (Only on DVD) Bonus Features: Additional, Unaired Behind-The-Scenes Footage, Audition Tapes and Scenes from The National Gay & Lesbian Winter Party with Pam Grier.
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Accidentally On Purpose: The DVD Edition
Accidentally On Purpose, based on the bestselling memoir by Mary F. Pols is a comedy about a single woman, Billie (Jenna Elfman), who finds herself "accidentally" pregnant after a one-night stand with a much younger guy, and decides to keep the baby...and the guy. A newspaper film critic, Billie is barely surviving a humiliating breakup with her charming boss, James, who's still trying to resume their relationship. Pregnant, after a brief fling with her "boy toy" Zack (Jon Foster), Billie and Zack make an arrangement to live together platonically. Billie's party girl best friend Olivia (Ashley Jensen), and Abby (Lennon Parham), her conventional, younger married sister, eagerly look forward to the new addition and offer their own brands of advice and encouragement. But when Zack and his freeloading friends, including Davis, start to turn her place into a frat house, Billie isn't sure if she's living with a boyfriend, a roommate, or if she just has another child to raise. (Only on DVD) Bonus Feature: “Mary Pols: The 'Real' Billie Chase,” “The Best of 'Lunch with Nic and Jon' and The Bro-partment” featurettes/episodes; An "Unconventional" Behind-The-Scenes documentary and a Gag Reel.
NOW AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY:
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Psycho: 50th Anniversary Edition
There is really only one word you can use to describe Psycho – masterpiece! And, for all of us who have been waiting for the day to come, it's finally here. One of the most shocking films of all time, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho has finally made it onto Blu-ray featuring perfect picture, a newly created 5.1 audio track and bonus features that take you beyond the movie. Join the Master of Suspense on a chilling journey as an unsuspecting victim (Janet Leigh) visits the Bates Motel and falls prey to one of cinema’s most notorious psychopaths -- Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins). Named Number One on the AFI’s 100 Years…100 Thrills list, this notorious film has become a cultural phenomenon. Featuring one of the most iconic scenes in film history - the famous “shower scene” -- Psycho remains just as creepy and scary as it did when it was released in 1960. Bonus Features: “ The Making of Psycho,” “Psycho Sound and “In The Master's Shadow: Hitchcock's Legacy” featurettes; Hitchcock / Truffaut Interview Excerpts; Newsreel Footage: The Release of Psycho; “The Shower Scene: With and Without Music” and “The Shower Scene: Storyboards by Saul Bass” featurettes; “The Psycho Archives” documentary; Lobby Cards; Behind-the-Scenes Photographs; Production Photographs; Re-release Trailers; My Scenes and Feature Commentary with Stephen Rebello (author of Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho).
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Moulin Rouge + William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet
Two of famed Aussie director Baz Luhrmann’s unconventional, poetic and mesmerizing films get the star treatment as William Shakespeare’s Romeo+Juliet and Moulin Rouge! finally make their debut on Blu-ray. MR! – Widely credited with reinventing the modern movie musical, Moulin Rouge! exploded onto screens when it debuted in 2001. Celebrating some of the best-loved popular music of the twentieth century, the film found audiences ready to enjoy the same break-into-song storytelling currently enjoying its latest reincarnation in the popular television series Glee. Along with a multi-platinum selling soundtrack led by the single “Lady Marmalade,” the film went on to broadly influence fashion, music, design and popular culture, and was nominated for eight Academy Awards including Best Picture, winning two for Catherine Martin’s production design and costume design. Nicole Kidman (The Hours, Australia) sizzles in her Oscar-nominated role as Satine, the seductive courtesan and star of a popular French nightclub that caters to society’s decadent elite. When she unwittingly draws Christian, a struggling writer played by Ewan McGregor (Amelia), into her spell, true love turns to tragedy. Moulin Rouge! offers a kaleidoscopic ride through a world of song, dance, romance and drama that celebrates truth, beauty, freedom and above all things, love. Bonus Features: New High Definition Transfer supervised by Director Baz Luhrmann; “Spectacular, Spectacular” Picture-in-Picture Mode with Audio Commentary by Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Donald M. McAlpine and Craig Pearce and featuring Behind-the-Scenes Footage and Stills; All-New Featurettes “A Creative Adventure” and “Introduction by Baz Luhrmann - A Word from Baz”; Uncut Footage from the Bazmark Vault including: “Father & Son” – A Look at an Alternate Opening and Nicole Kidman’s First Vocal Test; Production Featurettes and Interviews: “The Stars, The Writers, The Design, The Dance, The Music and The Cutting Room”; the featurette “The Making of Moulin Rouge and More! BD-LIVE! Live Lookup powered by IMDb.
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R+J – Inventive, unconventional, controversial, Luhrmann’s Oscar-nominated adaption of William Shakespeare’s Romeo+Juliet finds the star-crossed lovers in the modern world of Verona Beach where Romeo drives a car and Juliet packs a gun. Set to a thumping soundtrack, amidst the threat of gunfire through and the delicate embrace of forbidden love, the audience is invited to drink from an intoxicating cinematic cocktail that takes them on a ride from Romeo and Juliet’s budding love, their first kiss, through to their separation and ultimate demise. Bonus Features: High Def Transfer also supervised by Luhrmann: “Shaking Up Shakespeare” Picture-in-Picture Mode with Audio Commentary by Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Donald M. McAlpine and Craig Pearce and featuring Behind-the-Scenes Footage and Stills; Uncut Footage from the Bazmark Vault including “Romeo + Juliet: The Music Documentary”; Filmmaker and Interview Galleries and BD-LIVE!: Live Lookup powered by IMDb.
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show: 35th Anniversary Edition
The greatest cult film of all time and still in limited release, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is the longest-running theatrical release in film history. A divine film adaptation from Richard O’Brien’s British musical horror comedy/rock opera, produced by Lou Adler and Michael White, The Rocky Horror Picture Show features revered performance by Tim Curry (Clue, Home Alone) as a bizarre and self-proclaimed “sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania,” and Susan Sarandon (Dead Man Walking) and Barry Bostwick (Spin City), as Brad and Janet, a couple who find themselves lost on a cold, rainy night. The madcap, musical mayhem begins when the couple takes refuge in the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter as he is about to unveil his greatest creation – and have a bit of fun with his reluctant guests. Bonus Features: Restored Picture from The Original Camera Negatives; “The Midnight Experience: The Late Night, Double Feature, Picture-in-Picture Show”, “Vintage Callback Track (Unrated),” “Prop Box,” “ Trivia Track – BD-LIVE! Live Lookup Powered by IMDb; The featurettes “Rocky-oke: Sing It!” “Don’t Dream It, Be It: The Search for the 35th Anniversary Shadowcast, Part I,” “An-tic-i-pation: The Search for the 35th Anniversary Shadowcast, Part II," “Mick Rock (A Photographer)” and “Mick Rock’s Picture Show (A Gallery)”; Pressbook and Poster Gallery; Audio Commentary by Richard O’Brien and Patricia Quinn Deleted Musical Scenes and Outtakes; Alternate Credit Ending and Misprint Ending; "Rocky Horror Double Feature Video Show” Beacon Theater, New York City and the “Time Warp” Music Video -- all encased in a full-color souvenir Blu-ray-sized book.
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