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article imageDrew Barrymore & Justin Long lovingly recall 'Going The Distance' Special

By Earl Dittman     Nov 30, 2010 in Entertainment
Former (or possibly current) romantic partners Drew Barrymore and Justin Long – who remain tight-lipped on their couple status – chat about their romantic comedy 'Going The Distance' (on Blu-ray/DVD).Also new: Knight & Day, Lennon Naked & Eclipse...
Even when they are laughing, joking and hugging each other during an interview for the long distance romantic comedy Going The Distance – the story of how a relationship can survive when its participants live on opposite ends of the country – Drew Barrymore and Justin Long continue to politely decline to discuss the on-again/off-again real-life romantic relationship they've maintained for several years now. “We never talk about it when we’re together and even when we’re not,” Barrymore answers with a smile. “It never, ever will be addressed. Mystery is sexy.”
Their history of intimacy, however, has had a positive affect on their cinematic exploits – with He's Just Not That Into You and particularly Going The Distance. “In doing this movie, I definitely think it was a benefit that we knew each other so well and that the laughter was so genuine and not sort of forced … and the struggles, we understand them,” the twice-divorced Barrymore admits. “It's very rare for me to ever have walked into a movie and have such an honest amazing chemistry with someone. That was such a blessing and a gift, and I really felt lucky.”
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long in  Going The Distance
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long in 'Going The Distance'
Warner Bros
In the critically-acclaimed, Nanette Burstein-directed, Going The Distance, Barrymore (who began acting at the age of five in Altered States, followed by her legendary appearance in E.T. The Extraterrestrial, two years later) portrays the character of Erin, and Long (whose film debut was in '99's Galaxy Quest, but became a name actor as the star of the Jeepers Creepers horror franchise) plays Garrett, two lonesome adults who meet by chance in New York City and immediately begin a full-fledged summer fling. However, neither of the two expects the love affair to last once Erin heads home to San Francisco and Garrett remains behind for his Big Apple job. But after six increasingly romantic weeks, neither is sure they want it to end. And while Garrett's best buddy (Jason Sudeikis) picks on him for his full-time relationship with his cell phone, Erin's high-strung sister (Christina Applegate) is trying to shield her from going down this long distance path. But despite the opposing coasts, nay saying friends and family, and a few unexpected temptations, the couple just might have found something like love. And helped by a lot of texting, sexting and late-night phone calls, it looks like the pair might actually go the distance.
Meeting members of the press at one of Beverly Hills' more lavish and stylish hotels, Barrymore and Long compliment each other on being great kissers, admit they were really on the other end of the receivers when they performed the phone sex scene (although Justin says he was a little put off when Nanette Burstein, the female director of the film, tried to help him in making his masturbation scene more “cinematic”) and Drew offers up her true feelings on long distance relationships and the possibilities of making them work.
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long in  Going The Distance
Drew Barrymore and Justin Long in 'Going The Distance'
Warner Bros
One of the key moments in every romantic comedy is that first kiss, when we see how these two people are going to get together. When you know that scene is coming up, is there anticipation or fear about getting it right or is it just part of the job and another regular moment?
JUSTIN: “It's like a necessary evil. The first kiss for us in the movie was kind of sloppy. We were drunk. We were stoned. I'm sorry. It was just so easy to do. It was so comfortable. What's the second part of that?”
Is that something you think about a lot before it happens?
JUSTIN: “I like to think about my grandmother. Just because she's always been an inspiration to me in my life. (laughs) No. Hopefully, you're invested in the scene. Sometimes it can be a surprise when you've never kissed anyone before, you've just met recently and people have different ways of kissing and sometimes it can be very jarringly uncomfortable. There can be very little movement involved and then like a quick sudden movement from the tongue.”
DREW: “I was just lucky, for me, because he's a good kisser. So it's like, 'Whew. Thank God.' The worst is when you're kissing somebody who's not a good kisser and you're trying to make it look good and you feel like you're just working on your own. Basically it was a real team effort.”
JUSTIN: “She's a great kisser, too. I just want to say that. By 'she' I mean the lady right there.” (laughs)
Drew Barrymore in  Going The Distance
Drew Barrymore in 'Going The Distance'
Warner Bros
What kind of improvising was done on the set? Was the phone sex scene off the cuff or was that scripted?
DREW: “I think the Marky Mark stuff was written for sure, and I was so excited to hit that. I really wanted to hit that hard.”
JUSTIN: “I think you told him that, do you remember that?”
DREW: “Oh, my God, I did tell him that. I ran into him at an awards show and I said, 'I just talked about hot you are and your underwear and f**king sexy...'”
JUSTIN: “And I think it didn't go over great.”
DREW: “It didn't, no.”
JUSTIN: “In his defense, it is a strange thing to come up and say. I don't think that he was prepared for it but I think he was flattered.”
DREW: “Who would not be excited about that? And he's a very nice guy. I've had other conversations with him that went much better than that. Nothing against him, for sure. That was a great scene written and I was really excited to go out there and try it because I just thought that this was one of those scenes that's going to fail miserably and be a really gross and upsetting moment or that it could be fun and exciting. It was just one of those scenes that you have to kind of go for it not knowing whether it's going to work or not but don't compromise along the way.”
Justin Long in  Going The Distance
Justin Long in 'Going The Distance'
Warner Bros
So, the two of you were actually on the phone with each other, talking dirty for the cameras?
DREW: “Yeah.”
JUSTIN: “And we were comparing who had the more awkward experience, like, me as a guy in a room full of men simulating masturbation or Drew. I said, 'Well, you know, all the crew guys in my room were trying to make jokes to keep it light.' They were making sex jokes and I said, 'So it made it kind of more awkward, like I had to kind of laugh and then get into this weird sexual mode,' but I think that Drew had it even more awkward because she said that everyone in the room was being stone cold silent and respectful and it made it just that much weirder for her. Like, there were turning around and whispering. But, it was strange for me, because Nanette kept coming over to me and directing me how to masturbate, so it would look more cinematic. She was like, 'Try a little bit more up like this.' I was like, 'Nanette, I think I know how to masturbate. I've had a lot of experience.'” (laughs)
Can you relate to long distance relationships?
DREW: “Oh yeah, I’ve been in long distance relationships my whole life, so I totally related to this as a woman. I definitely thought the subject matter was totally fresh.”
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Do you think that long distance relationships can really work?
DREW: “I think they can, yeah. I don’t know, actually. I know what I would want to make one work – like with letters and surprising each other and making plans. Those things make you feel great, alive and make you feel like you know what’s happening between the two of you. You want to feel really special, walking around, all sort of blissful, thinking that you’re a part of this special couple and not some phantom thing. I think probably one of the real pitfalls of long distance relationships is the not knowing what's going on and the feeling of inconsistency. If you really work at it, you can have a successful long distance relationship. I speak from experience.”
Going The Distance Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack Bonus Features: “How To Have A Perfect Date,” “A Guide To Long Distance Dating” and “The Cast Of Going The Distance: Off The Cuff” featurettes; Commentary By Director Nanette Burstein; The Boxer Rebellion's “If You Run” Music Video; “Behind The Scenes Of The Going The Distance Soundtrack” featurette; Additional Scenes; Standard DVD Copy and a Digital Copy for Portable Media Players. To see Drew and Justin "going the distance" in clips from the film, check out the Official Site at http://going-the-distance.warnerbros.com/dvd/
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Fox
Knight and Day
Still one of Hollywood’s most popular leading men, Tom Cruise returns to what he does best (as the Mission: Impossible films have demonstrated) and that’s making action movies -- with a twist. For Knight and Day, Cruise teams up with the gorgeous and talented Cameron Diaz for a sexy, action-packed and clever cinematic thrill-ride. In this fun and thrilling white-knuckler that breaks all the rules, Diaz portrays June, a small-town girl who meets a mysterious and hunky stranger (Cruise) -- a meeting that has June thinking she's found the man of her dreams. However, she quickly discovers that the man she’s fallen gaga over is really a fugitive super-spy, and, before she realizes it, he thrusts her into a thrilling cat-and-mouse chase that spans the globe. As the bullets and sparks fly, June must decide if her "Knight" in shining armor is a dangerous traitor or the love of her life. Directed by the acclaimed filmmaker James Mangold (Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma), Knight and Day overflows with nonstop action, laugh-out-loud antics, wild car and motorcycle chase scenes and intense romantic chemistry between Tom and Cameron. The supporting cast of Knight and Day includes actors Peter Sarsgaard (An Education), Viola Davis (Doubt) and Paul Dano (Little Miss Sunshine). Knight and Day 3-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack Bonus Features: “Wilder Knights and Crazier Days,“ “Boston Days and Spanish Knights” and “Knight and “Someday”: Featuring the Black Eyed Peas and Tom Cruise; Viral Video: Soccer and Viral Video: Kick; "Knight and Day: Story" and "Knight and Day: Scope" featurettes; Theatrical Trailer; BD-Live Extras -- What’s New; Live LookUp; “Not Your Regular Spy” and excerpt from "Wilder Knights and Crazier Days"; Blu-ray and DVD with Theatrical Versions and a Digital Copy for Portable Media Players.
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Lennon Naked
Christopher Eccleston (Doctor Who, Heroes) stars as one of the most enduring and enigmatic figures of the 20th Century, John Lennon, in this riveting drama. One quarter of “The Fab Four,” peace activist, visual artist, and author, John Lennon was a man whose personal life was never short on drama, intrigue and eventually, conspiracy. Thirty years after his death, Lennon Naked presents an inside look at the hugely popular musician as he moved from a Beatle to an icon. It covers a period of wildly fluctuating fortunes from 1964 to 1971, a time of worldwide adulation at one extreme but a combination of frustration and despair at the other. From the death of father-figure and manager Brian Epstein, his break-up with first wife Cynthia and his fascinating love affair with Yoko Ono, through to his spiraling drug use and decision to leave England for New York, this is the story of an artist destroying everything to find himself. This powerful production is a Must-Own DVD for John Lennon and Beatlemaniacs everywhere. To see exclusive clips from Lennon Naked, visit the DVD’s Official Site at www.bbcamericashop.com
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Fox
Vampires Suck: Extended Bite Me Edition
One of the funniest spoof movies of the year, Vampires Suck is packed with sassy dancing werewolves, vampires at the prom and incessant teen melodrama. You’ll laugh so loud at the clever, vampire-romance spoof that you will wake the dead. Starring Matt Lanter, Chris Riggi and Ken Jeong, Vampires Suck is a tale of unconventional, teenage love focusing on Becca, an angst-ridden teenager at a new high school, who finds herself torn between two supernatural suitors: a moody vampire and an extremely hairy werewolf. Written and directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer -- the two comedy masterminds behind the satire of modern-day horror films, Scary Movie. Vampires Suck deserves two fangs up for being a surprisingly smart and funny laugh-out-loud comedy, one that will leave you howling for more. Blu-ray Bonus Features: Vampires Suck - Theatrical Version and Extended Unrated Version; Deleted Scenes; Becca’s Teen Angst Mix Extended; Gag Reel; Theatrical Trailer; BD Live – What’s New and a Digital Copy for Portable Media Players.
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Luther
Having recently aired on BBC America to unanimous and deserved critical raves, this sensational psychological thriller stars Idris Elba (The Wire, Obsessed) as Luther, a self-destructive near-genius detective, who may be just as dangerous as the criminals he hunts. Luther follows his own moral code as much as the rules of criminal law. But as he becomes locked in a lethal battle of wits with Alice (Ruth Wilson from The Prisoner) – the beautiful, extraordinarily intelligent key witness in Luther's first investigation – his decision process becomes increasingly murky. The strain begins to tell as he's drawn deeper into a series of horrific murders, and the shadow of a former case threatens to bring him down. Forced to face his own capacity for violence – he struggles with why his wife left him and what draws him to Alice. As the stakes get higher and more personal, Luther's lonely path pulls him towards the very edge of temptation. Is he a force for good or a man hell bent on self-destruction? This brilliantly conceived six-episode miniseries also stars Steven Mackintosh (Criminal Justice) as Detective Chief Inspector Ian Reed and Luther's loyal friend and work colleague; and Indira Varma (Rome) as Zoe Luther, who's had the strength to walk away from the man she still loves. (Available on DVD) Bonus Feature:Luther – The World of a True Maverick” featurette. For more on Luther, check out the DVD’s Official Site at www.bbcamericashop.com
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The Special Relationship
Penned by Peter Morgan, the Oscar-nominated writer of Frost/Nixon and The Queen, The Special Relationship is a powerful drama about the unique and sometimes turbulent political relationship between two of the most charismatic world leaders in recent history – British Prime Minister Tony Blair and U.S. President Bill Clinton. Michael Sheen once again portrays Blair and Dennis Quaid plays Clinton in two brilliant performances that both received Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor. The Special Relationship also marks the third film in screenwriter Morgan’s cinematic trilogy on Tony Blair, following The Deal and The Queen. First coined by Prime Minister Winston Churchill, the term “special relationship” has come to represent the exceptionally close political, diplomatic, cultural and historical relations between Great Britain and United States. The Special Relationship chronicles Blair’s and Clinton’s bond, which they built over time through shared ideology and genuine affection. However, as world events, personal scandals and later, a shift to the incoming presidential administration, begin to shake the foundation of their leadership and relationship, the two men must come to terms with the fleeting nature of power, and oftentimes friendship. (Available on DVD) Bonus Feature: A “Making Of” featurette.
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Parks and Recreation Season 2
Fans of sitcoms such as The Office and 30 Rock should have been in love with Parks and Recreation from its very first episode, but it has been suffering from anemic ratings and Season Three could very well be its last if more comedy lovers don't start tuning in. But that's why there are DVDs. Neophytes to this hilarious sitcom can catch the hysterical fun they've missed so far, and the show's loyal followers can laugh again and again at the outrageously funny second season. Former SNL alumni Amy Poehler heads up the ensemble cast as Pawnee, Indiana's most enthusiastic public servant. She's a devoted Parks and Recreation employee who solves all of her town's problems -- hosting a local telethon, ridding the golf course of possums and getting unhealthy energy bars out of park vending machines. By her side – but not necessarily doing anything – are her friends and colleagues: lady-killer Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari); disinterested intern, April (Aubrey Plaza); best gal pal, Ann (Rashida Jones); shoe-shine extraordinaire Andy (Chris Pratt); charismatic city-planner Mark Brendanawicz (Paul Schneider); and their anti-government boss, Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman). This season, the cast was joined by such hilarious guest stars as Rob Lowe, Will Arnett and Andy Samburg. (Available on DVD) Bonus Features: Over two-and-a-half hours of Deleted Scenes; Bloopers; “Pratt on Parks” featurette”; Mouse Rat Performance and ?uestlove on Parks: (RZA Screen Test).
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CBS/Paramount
Have Gun - Will Travel: The Fifth Season
He's the original man in black, six-gun on his hip, willing to face any kind of trouble – for a price. Saddle up for Volume 1 of 1961-62's Season Five (containing the first 19 episodes) of the classic TV Western, Have Gun - Will Travel. Hollywood legend Richard Boone is back as Paladin, a man who knows countless languages, is a master of the fighting arts, and one of the fastest guns in the West. He appreciates fine food, beautiful women, and the refined lifestyle of San Francisco's Carlton Hotel. But, at a moment's notice, this legendary gunslinger will hit the trail, daring to do what few men would – or could. From the sun-baked corners of the desolate desert to the hardscrabble homesteads of desperate squatters, Paladin always gets the job done in the awesome adventures of Have Gun - Will Travel. (Available on DVD)
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Flipped Combo Pack
It's true, you never forget your first love. Director Rob Reiner's coming-of-age romantic comedy Flipped follows Bryce (Callan McAuliffe) and Juli (Madeline Carroll) from Grade School to Junior High, through triumph and disaster, family drama and first love, as they make the discoveries that will define who they are – to themselves and to each other. When Bryce and Juli first met in Second Grade, she knew it was true love, but beginning that day, and for the next six years, Bryce did everything he could to keep his wannabe girlfriend at arm's length. Disappointed by Bryce's unwillingness to see things her way, Juli continues to give him the benefit of the doubt, until those doubts stack up so high that she finally thinks maybe she was wrong about him. It's just about the same time Bryce starts to think maybe he was wrong about her, too. But is he too late? Flipped also stars Rebecca De Mornay, Anthony Edwards, John Mahoney, Penelope Ann Miller and Aidan Quinn. Flipped Blu-ray Combo Pack Bonus Features:Flipped: Anatomy of a Near Kiss,” “The Differences Between a Boy and a Girl” and “How to Make the Best Volcano” featurettes and “Embarrassing Egg-scuses.” For more information on Flipped, check out its Offical Site at http://flipped-movie.warnerbros.com/dvd/
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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Combo Pack
The third and easily the best installment of the Twilight franchise, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse is filled with triple the action, suspense and the supernatural – which helped it take in over $300 million domestically at the box office and set the record for the widest theatrical release of all time. Available in a variety of disc formats – including a Two-Disc Special Edition DVD, Single Disc Blu-ray, Single Disc DVD and Blu-ray/DVD Combo – in this third chapter of author Stephenie Meyer’s phenomenal Twilight book series, Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) is surrounded by danger as Seattle is hit by a string of murders and an evil vampire continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it all, Bella is forced to choose between her love, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), and her friend, Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) – knowing that her decision may ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack Bonus Features: Audio Commentary by Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart ; Audio Commentary by Stephanie Meyer & Wyck Godfrey; Deleted & Extended Scenes; Photo Gallery; Six-Part Making Of Documentary (PIP mode on Combo only); “Edward Fast Forward “ and “Jacob Fast Forward” featurettes; Music Videos and much more. (Available at Midnight, December 4)
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Strictly Ballroom: Special Edition
Before Aussie filmmaker Baz Luhrmann directed the modern-day film classics William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet and Moulin Rouge, he created the spectacular Strictly Ballroom, the most captivating, hilarious and exaggerated romantic comedy about the fantastical world of ballroom dancing and the fixated characters that live within it. Also co-written by Luhrmann, Strictly Ballroom is a wildly off-beat comedy about a male dancer (Paul Mercurio) who refuses to follow the accepted rules of ballroom dancing and creates his own style of choreography, which infuriates the ballroom dancing establishment. Before he's scheduled to compete in the Pan-Pacific ballroom championships, he's forced to take up a new partner (Tara Morice), a beginner who initially seems without promise. Strictly Ballroom was Luhrmann’s directorial debut film and was inspired by his own childhood experiences with ballroom dance classes and his mom’s career as a ballroom dance teacher. The movie itself was based on a 20-minute play that Mr. Luhrmann wrote in drama school. (Available on DVD) Bonus Features:Strictly Ballroom: From Stage To Screen” all-new mini documentary; “Samba To Slow Fox” featurette; 3-D Gallery - a series of mini featurettes with still images and Baz Luhrmann commentary and Audio Commentary with Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin and John O'Connell.
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Countdown To Zero
Countdown To Zero traces the history of the atomic bomb, from its origins to the present state of global affairs: nine nations possessing nuclear weapons capabilities with others racing to join them, with the world held in a delicate balance that could be shattered by an act of terrorism, failed diplomacy, or a simple accident. Written and directed by acclaimed documentarian Lucy Walker (The Devil’s Playground, Blindsight), the film features an array of important international statesmen, including President Jimmy Carter, Mikhail Gorbachev, Pervez Musharraf and Tony Blair. It makes a compelling case for worldwide nuclear disarmament, an issue more topical than ever with the Obama administration working to revive this goal today. (Available on DVD)
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The Lucy Show: The Official Third Season
The classic sitcom The Lucy Show is back for a third season full of side-splitting jokes and antics, hilariously performed by unarguably the greatest comic actress of all time – Lucille Ball. In this '60s hit series, Lucille Ball plays the single, suburban mom Lucy Carmichael. In Season Three, Lucy squares off again with Theodore J. Mooney (Gale Gordon), the stubborn bank president who controls her finances – but who always manages to fall for Lucy's schemes. Also returning are Lucy's TV family: her partner-in-crime Vivian (Vivian Vance from I Love Lucy), Lucy's daughter Chris (Candy Moore), Lucy's young son Jerry (Jimmy Garrett), and Vivian's son Sherman (Ralph Hart). (Available on DVD) Bonus Features: "Lucy At The World's Fair" Documentary; Clips From "The Danny Kaye Show"; Rare International Promos & Film Clips; Vintage Openings; Vintage Closings; Cast Commercials; Guest Cast Biographies; Production Notes and Photo Galleries.
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Date Movie/Epic Movie/Meet The Spartans Triple Feature
A bargain-priced package of nonstop laughs, this funny Film Spoof Triple Feature DVD is filled with three of the zaniest, wild and silliest satires released this millennium. Date Movie: Starring crowd favorite Alyson Hannigan (American Pie), comes this laugh-a-minute, no-holds-barred send-up of big love, high passion, and other uncontrollable bodily functions! Julia Jones (Hannigan) is looking for love in ALL the wrong movies, until she snags the man of her dreams. But now, a devious ex, a farting feline and eccentric in-laws threaten her perfect Hollywood wedding. Epic Movie: Your favorite characters from Hollywood's biggest blockbuster films are playfully parodied in this outrageous comedy of epic proportions. When four troubled orphans (from four different movies) become trapped in a bizarre chocolate factory, they escape to a magical world of fake snow and genuine sorcery. But in order to survive, they must join forces with pirates, wizards and even a wise-but-horny lion in order to defeat the evil White Bitch. Meet The Spartans: History has never been so...hysterical. In Meet The Spartans, the heroic Leonidas, armed with nothing but leather underwear and a cape, leads a ragtag group of 13 -- count'em, 1-3 – warriors to defend their homeland against the invading Persians, whose ranks include Ghost Rider, Rocky Balboa, the Transformers, and a hunchbacked Paris Hilton. You won't find a funnier Greek war film even if you live to see 300. (Available on DVD)
NOW AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY
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Meet The Parents
Male nurse Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) is all set to propose to his girlfriend, Pam (Teri Polo), during a weekend at her parents' home. But there's a catch: Jack Byrnes (Robert De Niro), Pam's intimidating, cat-loving, ex-CIA father, takes an immediate dislike to his daughter's truth-bending beau. Soon, a hilarious string of outrageous mishaps turns Greg into master of relative disaster. Meet the Parents is an uproarious comedy smash about true love conquering all, against all odds. Bonus Features: Spotlight On Location; Deleted Scenes; Outtakes; “De Niro Unplugged,” “The Truth About Lying,” “Silly Cat Tricks” and “Jay Roach: A Director's Profile” featurettes and Feature Commentaries with Cast And Crew.
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Meet The Fockers
In Meet The Fockers, domestic disaster looms for male nurse Greg Focker (Stiller) when his straight-laced, ex-CIA father-in-law (De Niro) asks to meet his wildly unconventional mom and dad (Barbra Streisand and Dustin Hoffman). It's family bonding gone hysterically haywire, in the Must-See comedy that has been pegged a laugh riot. Bonus Features: Deleted Scenes; Bloopers; The featurettes “Inside The Litter Box: Behind The Scenes With Jinx The Cat,” “The Manary Gland, “Focker's Family Portrait,” “The Adventures Of A Baby Wrangler” and “Matt Lauer Meets The Fockers” and Feature Commentary with Director Jay Roach and Editor/Co-Producer Jon Poll
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Kill Zone
The ultimate martial arts action-thriller debuts in High Definition. Martial Arts legends Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung star in this martial arts classic that tells the story of Detective Chan (Simon Yam), an officer who relentlessly pursues vicious crime boss Po (Hung) for the death of his brother. Unable to tie him to the murder, Yam eventually resigns himself to the fact that Po will never pay for his crimes and prepares to retire from the force. His replacement, Ma (Yen) is a principled, committed cop who is a deadly martial arts expert and has no problem using his skills to bring down the bad guys. Ultimately, the two manage to grab Po in what turns out to be one of the bloodiest confrontations ever filmed. Bonus Features: Audio commentary by Hong King cinema expert Bey Logan; Exclusive interviews with director Wilson Yip and stars Sammo Hung, Simon Yam, Donnie Yen and Wu Jing and a Trailer Gallery.
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