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article imageBruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich go RED Special

By Earl Dittman     Jan 19, 2011 in Entertainment
Willis, Mirren, Freeman and Malkovich, four of Hollywood's top actors, get "the old band" together to discuss their involvement in the hilarious and action-packed spy comedy RED. Also: Death Race 2, Merlin, Justified, Dallas, Waking The Dead and Nomad.
In director Robert Schwentke's hit action-comedy RED, four of the CIA's top, most respected secret agents -- portrayed by Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich -- have been put out to pasture by "The Company" long before they feel their due date has expired. What makes their banishment from the CIA even more stinging is that they soon find out they have become framed targets to be assassinated by someone in or associated with their old employer. Instead of waiting to have their lives snuffed out by a black-ops agent or a member of a hit squad, an agency employee they could have once been just like, when a hi-tech hit squad -- under orders to have Frank (Willis) terminated for good -- blows up Frank's home, so Frank hits the road with his gal (Mary-Louise Parker) to find members of his former team before they suffer total extermination at the hands of hired killers. As he gets his former undercover partners back together -- members of "the old band" as they refer to themselves -- Victoria (Mirren), Joe (Freeman) and crazy Marvin (Malkovich) immediately begin to piece together the clues to find out why and who has put them on the CIA’s hit list and break-in to the agency's top-secret headquarters. Tracking down their enemy, usually in cunning, hilarious, nail-biting and gun-blazing style, begins to reveal that their assassinations are just the tip of the iceberg. The four of them may be getting close to uncovering one of the government's biggest conspiracies and cover-ups of all-time.
Shortly before the fall release of RED, the core cast of the action-packed comedy, Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich, gathered together for a day full of interviews with the mainstream and entertainment press. One of the most exciting comedies and thrilling action films of the year, here are just a few of the words of what the talented, multi-Oscar winning/nominated, headlining quartet of RED had to say about the phenomenal Robert Schwentke-directed motion picture.
John  Bruce  Helen and Morgan as  the old band  back together in  RED
John, Bruce, Helen and Morgan as "the old band" back together in 'RED'
Bruce, why did you decide to pick this role in RED?
BRUCE: "Well, I didn’t know that it was going to be as much fun as it turned out to be, or that it was going to get the kind of notices that it seems to be getting. I have a pretty scientific way of choosing roles and I labor over it and labor over it, and I ask people. I used to talk to the band, I was in a band and I used to talk to those guys, and I used to ask my kids, and none of that seemed to work. And then what I just did was hang a pumpkin, you hang a pumpkin in the room and take a baseball bat and turn off all the lights. And I’d swing that bat, and if I hit the bat smack-dab in the middle of the pumpkin I would do the film. And that’s how I ended up picking RED. It’s just a 50-50 chance. What a stupid story that was, isn’t it? I don’t know? I wish I could take some credit for being right or for the film turning out great when it does. I think this film is primarily what it is because of great direction and the great cast we got."
RED is a lot of fun for movie-goers, too. Helen, how did you approach playing this woman? Was it with a sense of comedy behind her furs, her wonderful hairdo and her glamour?
HELEN: "No, I approached it very seriously, like I do everything really. It’s always great to find someone that you can pin your character on. Obviously in The Queen, it was very easy to find the person to pin the character on; she’s called Queen Elizabeth. But here I was kind of looking for who this woman might be and then I had this flash of inspiration and Martha Stewart came into my mind, and I thought that’s who it is; Martha Stewart. So from that point on I based everything on Martha Stewart. The hair was Martha Stewart’s hair; the color even and the cut; the clothes were Martha Stewart. Because I thought Martha Stewart combines this perfect combination of sweetness and kindness and gentleness and unbelievable efficiency with this kind of laser like ability to concentrate and get the job done. And it thought that was a perfect thing for Victoria. So I had a picture of Martha up in my trailer in the makeup room, so everyday I could look at her and be inspired. That was just my secret story; that’s who I got inspiration from. Obviously, I didn’t try and imitate her or impersonate her, that wasn’t the point. It was getting inside of Martha."
John and Morgan on a mission in  RED
John and Morgan on a mission in 'RED'
Morgan, I understand that one of the reasons you decided to do RED was because of the rest of the cast you'd be working with. And, on top of that it was a great action movie.
MORGAN: "I really love Bruce and Helen and Mary Louse and John. You can’t pass up an opportunity like that, it was a good Bruce Willis shoot ‘em up. I haven’t done a lot of action. The most action I did was in Robin Hood, and I was 50-some-years-old by then – it almost killed me. Let me tell you, your stunt double can only do so much. And you have all that running and jumping you have to do, and now I’m 73 – 'Nah!'. (laughs) That's what I usually say about doing most action pictures. What I like about working with Bruce is what I like about any actor dedicated to what they’re doing. He’s fun on a set. He cuts and we go back to talking about what we’re talking about before the cameras rolled. Also, we have the same kind of approach to dealing with directors. You know, you what you’re doing. Tell them that and they’ll stop before they cut."
Okay, John think back to Cyrus in Con Air. He's a guy – who is not all there – with a gun. Does that sound a bit like Marvin, your character in RED?
JOHN: "Well, I think they’re different in that Cyrus was very definitely all there, it’s just where he was was not a very pleasant place to be. Marvin is not so much all there. Partially there and then instinctively observant and quite often correct in what he instinctively feels. Also, because of the tone of the movie, I wouldn’t have thought they were too similar."
Helen Mirren takes up arms in  RED
Helen Mirren takes up arms in 'RED'
Bruce, your gorgeous RED costar, Helen Mirren, said she’s had a crush on you for forever. She doesn’t even want her husband to know about it. How do you respond to this? And second, what did this movie say to you about aging?
BRUCE: " Let me talk to you about aging first, and then I’ll come back to Helen’s crush. Aging is what we’re all doing right now. Right now, it’s happening, during the course of us talking, in seconds, minutes, hours, and days; it’s all going right by. So there’s only one thing to do really, and that’s just start living it up right now, which is what we all did on RED. We had fun every day; I think everyone had fun every day."
So, what do you think about Helen Mirren's crush on you?
BRUCE: "Just getting my legs under me. I’m trying to think of the right thing to say. I’m happily married and I couldn’t be more thrilled that Helen has a crush on me. I’m rather fond of her as well, and her husband, Taylor (Hackford)."
Bruce Willis and Mary Louise Parker in  Red
Bruce Willis and Mary Louise Parker in 'Red'
Morgan told me that he felt he had a special chemistry with you, Bruce, that he noticed while you were doing Lucky Number Sleven together. I was wondering if you could talk about that and if you sensed that same thing?
BRUCE: "Yeah, we are friends. We’ve done a few films together now and it’s always great to see him. He is just a rock solid guy. You just know he’s going to do something interesting and bring something interesting to it. He makes me laugh. I’ve been a fan of his for a long time and I got to work with him three times. So great. And I do have a crush on him."
As you know, Morgan, this year is the 40th Anniversary of The Electric Company – the Sesame Street-like educational show that kept you steadily working in the '70s. Are you glad you did The Electric Company?
MORGAN: "Most definitely. Besides keeping a roof over my head, it did things for more people than just me. People your age come up and say, 'Thank you for helping me learn. I used to come home from school and watch you all the time.' I usually say, 'That’s great, did you learn?' And they usually say, ' Oh yes.' So, I'd say, 'Give me your address, so that I can send you an invoice for all that teaching I did." (laughs)
John Malkovich decked out in bombs in  RED
John Malkovich decked out in bombs in 'RED'
Is there an action franchise, action film star or an action director that you would like to be a part of or work with in the future, Helen?
HELEN: "Good question. I’m too ignorant to really answer it properly. I guess John Woo. Tarantino is an incredible action director. It’s so sad that he lost his editor just very recently because his films are so brilliantly edited, and of course a director is the person who edits as well as the editor. But obviously that was an incredible marriage of minds, those two people. Very, very, very sad that he’s lost her and the movie world has lost her. But anyway, I would say John Woo or Quentin Tarantino."
Helen, where does your passion for acting come from?
HELEN: "I wonder? I don’t know. It started early in my life. Very early; I was about 13 or 14. Originally, it came through Shakespeare and I kind of discovered Shakespeare when I was about 13 or 14. Shakespeare was a channel but the thing I still love about my job is to be able to find yourself in a different world whether it’s in the theater or on film. In each thing it comes at you in a different way. In film it’s more visceral, you can literally be in Camelot, I can literally be a sniper outside of a house in the snow, I can literally be that person.
And it’s just so exciting to find yourself in these wonderful, fantastical, sometimes funny, sometimes serious, but amazing worlds, and I love that side of my job. I loved it in The Last Station. I was suddenly in Russia, in the Russia of my grandparents’ photographs. I literally was suddenly in that world and that’s fantastic. When it was Shakespeare and I discovered the world of Hamlet, so different form my little post-war life in a dormant town in England, to go into these wonderful imaginary worlds was just so fantastic, and that’s what I love the most still."
RED Blu-ray Bonus Features: Audio commentary with retired CIA field officer Robert Baer; Deleted and extended scenes and "Access: RED" - Activate a variety of "scene-specific" features including interviews with cast members, real-life CIA expert commentary, animated documentary shorts on controversial CIA operations and more. (Available 1/25)
Death Race 2 : Unrated
If you dug the gritty, cool-looking, adrenaline-fueled hot rods and the wicked wit of Jason Statham and Joan Allen's recent featured in the revved-up car classic flick Death Race ( a remake of Roger Corman's 1975 midnight cult hit Death Race 2000), then you definitely want to take Death Race 2 out for spin. Like its predecessor, Death Race 2 is also set in one of the world's most dangerous prisons, and its premise is simple -- you either win the convict's bloody, suicidal car race or you die. It keeps the convicts from getting too bored and it allows a lot of them to make money off of the blood sport. And, there's an extra-added benefit of using the game to exact revenge on your enemies in unexplained "accidents." With action star Luke Goss (Fringe, Hellboy 2 and Blade 2) starring as Carl, a repentant convict who finds out there's a hefty bounty hanging over his head, Goss amps up the action, heat and horsepower in order to make it out of the twisted race -- jam-packed with gangs of hardcore criminals and tricked-out cars -- alive or at least in one piece. Also featuring an explosive and red-hot cast of actors including Machete star Danny Trejo, Ving Rhames, Robin Shou, Lauren Cohan, Tanit Phoenix and Sean Bean, and written and produced by the brilliantly twisted mind behind the Resident Evil franchise, Paul W.S. Anderson, the thrilling and nail-biting Death Race 2 not only reveals the outcome of Carl's life or death struggles on the race track but it also exposes the strange and surprising story of how the deadly race came into existence. Lay Your bets on Death Race 2, it's an absolute butt-kicking thrill-ride. Bonus Features: Deleted Scenes; Director's Montage; The featurettes "The Race Begins: The Evolution of the Death Race," "Cheating Death: The Stunts of Death Race 2" and "Fast Cars and Firearms: The Cars of Death Race 2"; Feature Commentary with Director Roel Reine; BD Live Exclusives and pocketBLU Smartphone Access.
Merlin: The Complete Second Season
Life ain't easy for young Merlin as he tries to constantly keep himself and his lifestyle in the closet from his, sometimes, understanding boss, Prince Arthur, and from King Uther, the king-in-training's dad who has no tolerance for people of Merlin's kind. Of course, members of the Court at Camelot love to talk and spread rumors, so Merlin is always worried that someone will accuse him of -- being a magic man, and he'll be outed as a sorcerer and a magician and burned at the stake by the dad of the future King Arthur. But that doesn't stop Merlin from keeping Arthur out of danger from deadly assassins, terrifying CGI-created monsters and other, more villainous sorcerers. Even if it takes using his mystical, magical ways throughout the massive land of Camelot (including the airborne usage of The Great Dragon), Merlin's only duties is fine-tuning his magic with the help of his mentor and keeping Prince Arthur safe. But, it's getting harder to do, especially with King Uther doubling-up his efforts on ridding the land of anything magical. Additionally, Merlin has to always keep his eyes on Uther's ward, Lady Morgana, who is also a burgeoning witch, but she has revenge on her mind and she's out to destroy many of the people Merlin swore to protects. Although Lady Morgana and Merlin happen to bat for the same team, Morgana is constantly threatening Merlin that she'll reveal his abilities if he talks about her dangerous, revengeful deed and getting in her evil ways. With a cast including Colin Morgan, Angel Coulby, Bradley James, Katie McGrath, Anthony Head (Buffy The Vampre Slayer series), Richard Wilson and the voice of John Hurt (as The Great Dragon) delivering some of the most clever and smartest dialogue on television today. Packed with nonstop action, brilliantly-choreographed battle sequences and filled with fantastic CGI effects, Merlin is a spectacular, hysterical and wonderfully sensational series with surprises at every twist and turn. (On DVD Only) Bonus Features: Cast and Crew introduction to Season Two; Cast and Crew audio commentaries; "Behind the Scenes" and "The Making Of Merlin" featurettes; Photo Gallery and Wallpapers. For clips, trailers and more information of Merlin: The Second Season, visit the Official Merlin website at If you're still not convinced Merlin is one sensational, sexy and smart series, catch an episode of Season Three, which just began airing brand new episodes on BBC America and BBC Canada, and get ready for a magical and mystical good time. (Check local listings for days and times). Merlin is one series you don't want to miss.
Waking The Dead: The Complete Season Five
Not to be confused with the hypnotic AMC zombie series, in this British version of the TV crime procedural, the cutting-edge Waking The Dead chronicles the events that go on with one of their Cold Case Units -- a crack squad of detectives, a forensic expert and a psychological profiler. When a crime becomes unsolvable, the members of the Cold Case Unit -- led by the quick-tempered, no-nonsense cop DS Boydare -- are expected to do their best in solving the case. They reopen the files on unsolved murders committed by psychotic killers, copycat assailants, the death of East End gangsters, assassinated jury members and the disappearance of a young woman, one case which causes Unit member DCI Boyd to feel personally responsible for being unable to get to the truth and solve the case. The Unit is a tight team that understands what each team member has to go through, but the nature of their work takes a toll on their mental health and on their overall lives, anyway. Over the past season, the series has featured a cast that has starred Sue Johnston, Holly Aird, Claire Goose, Trevor Eve and Wil Johnson. In a dozen heart-pounding, white-knuckle episodes of Waking the Dead: The Complete Season Five, the Cold Case Unit is still reeling in shock, trying to come to terms with the death of DS Mel Silver. The seemingly hardened and intense DCI Boyd appears particularly affected to by the loss of Silver, a valuable Unit member -- causing Boyd to question his own personal feelings about what the Unit holds for him in the future. All could change when the Unit is given a tough, intrigue case (that pushes the apparently unstable Boyd to question his own abilities) and leaves Grace and Spence with the responsibilities to work hard at keeping the try team together and emotionally balanced while, at the same time, attempting to integrate the new members of the Unit with the veteran crime-fighters. (Only On DVD)
Last Of The Summer Wine: Vintage 1987
Considered the longest-running sitcom in British prime-time history, the final season of Last Of The Summer Wine: Vintage 1987, the last of a BBC staple, definitely went out in style -- pouring on bottle after bottle full of laughs and rib-aching misadventures for loyal viewers of this English classic (with its unique brand of U.K. humor). In the latest installment of Last of the Summer Wine: Vintage 1987, there’s a new bloke in town and he goes by the name of Seymour Utterthwaite (played by Michael Aldridge of The Fellows). Seymour shows up just in time to witness the debut of the self-propelled wheelbarrow -- only one of the countless group of off-beat, wacky inventions to come from the slightly off-kilter mastermind of the retired headmaster. To liven-up one of their lazy, restful days, Clegg (portrayed by Peter Sallis of Wallace and Gromit) invites Compo (Brideshead Revisited star Bill Owen) and Seymour on a proverbial journey down Memory Lane in order to recall and relive that period in their friendship when he and his old childhood pals would walk gates and climb on trees together. The laughs really kick into gear when Compo decides to give Seymour’s latest invention -- his rather unique interpretation of a gentleman's purse -- while Seymour assures Edie that installing a new waste disposal unit is simple and a total breeze. It may be for a qualified plumber, but Edie quickly learns it may have been a big mistake to let Seymour try his hand at installing a disposal unit. (Only On DVD)
Larry Hagman  the star of Dallas
Larry Hagman, the star of Dallas
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Dallas: The Complete Fourteenth Season
In 1978, Dallas foreshadowed the Greed Decade of the 1980s. Also, like the prime-time excess Dynasty, it also changed the TV landscape, helping give birth to the sprawling, multi-storyline drama. For a decade-and-a-half, Larry Hagman, Barbara Bel Geddes, Charlene Tilton, Linda Gray, Victoria Principal, Steve Kanaly and Patrick Duffy played rich Texas sons and daughters whose lived lives that revolve around oil, family and power. While no one can ever forget his costars, Larry Hagman portrayed the cultural icon, petroleum magnate J.R. Ewing, a man who knew no limits when came to the pursuit of money and clout. For 14 seasons of Dallas, J.R. Ewing /Larry Hagman, was the man everyone loved to hate. And, as you watch this 5-disc collector’s set, you'll realize that a lot of viewers still do. Dallas, one of the longest-running drama shows in in the history of television history, comes to a rousing final season filled with all the scandals, lies and betrayals that viewers came to expect from the Ewing family. With J.R. and Bobby (Duffy) still fighting for control of the family biz, Ewing Oil, in Season 14, the final season of Dallas, ends with one final cliffhanger -- ending 14 years of Dallas with one big bang. From a gusher of murders and kidnappings, blackmail and schemes and seductions and betrayals and scheme, J.R., Bobby and Cliff are always at the middle of the fray, and it wouldn‘t be a series finale without the three of them at the core of the, the part-part, white-knuckle cliffhanger. Loosely based on It’s a Wonderful Life, J.R.’s guardian angel shows the Lone Star State’s meanest rattler what Dallas, and the rest of the world, would have been like without the shenanigans that he‘s pulled over the years. Do you think his angels are paid off to show J.R. that everything would have bad without him? Think again. Even his angelic guardians have a few surprises about the way he lived his life -- they’ve got quite a few doozies for old J.R. During the television soap opera’s run, between 1978 to 1991, it won 4 Emmy and a Golden Globe. Award. It’s a slice of television history that there is at least one member of your family is aching to relive. (Only On DVD)
Justified: The Complete First Season
Much like the fictional Michael Weston (Jeffrey Donovon) from Burn Notice and Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) from White Collar, Deputy Marshall Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) from Justified is another one of the few unforgettable, priceless, Must-See characters on one of the fantastic and fiery hot crime series on television today. Timothy Olyphant, who has made numerous critically-acclaimed impressions on both Deadwood and Damages, stars in Justified as a modern-day Western hero, based on the character taken from legendary crime novelist Elmore Leonard's classic novel Fire In The Hole. Givens, a member of the U.S. Marshall Service, finds himself doing company time in his hometown of Harlan County, Kentucky after he shoots a hit man for the Miami drug cartel raises a lot of ruckus. His rather renegade style of law enforcement is brought into the spotlight after shooting such a high profile criminal. Until his agency can figure out what they want to do with him, it’s Harlan County for him, where he is surrounded by a town full of familiar faces -- played by Joelle Carter, Natalie Zea, Erica Tazel, Nick Searcy and Jacob Pitts. A no-nonsense kind of guy, Raylan not only has quite a few friends in Harlan County, but it appears he left behind a lot more enemies, and they aren’t happy to see him in the least. So, when Raylan, a near-perfect shooter, isn’t watching over his shoulders for attacks from his childhood acquaintances, he’s keeping up his rather dangerous job as a U.S. Marshall -- going after prison escapees, fugitive cons and a less-than-honest local sheriff. Timothy Olyphant has created a wise-cracking, gun-slinging and love-struck character that will appeal to everyone who appreciates great television. Season Two of Justified begins early next month (check local listings for times and stations). Bonus Features: The music video for “Long Hard Times to Come”; 4 Cast and Crew Commentaries: :Season Two: A Look Ahead,“ “What Would Elmore Do?“ “The Story of Justified,“ “Justified: Meet the Characters,“ “Shooting for Kentucky” and “The Marshals” featurettes.
Spaghetti Western legend Terence Hill, the gunslinger of the Guilo Base-directed cult classic They Call Me Trinity, joins up with Goodfellas costar Paul Sorvino in an exciting and thrilling Spag-Western about the exploits of a notorious poker-playing outlaw known as Triggerman -- one of the best and toughest card players in the West. His usual M.O. -- he saddles up and heads into a small Western town to compete in the wildest and most violent gambling tournament this side of the Mississippi. Known as one no-nonsense, shoot-and-ask-questions-later kind of cowboy who refuses to let anyone or anything screw up what could be a potential winning hand, and that just so happens when Triggerman finds himself caught in the middle of a violent showdown between a group of bandits, who attempt to cheat their ways into the tournament's finals, and himself. He's not about to lose a hand because of the group of rude, murderous banditos, and he is not going to let that happen, Coins roll, bullets fly and the bad guys fall to the ground. Full of good old-fashion Western gun-play, smart and clever dialogue and great, over-the-top performances by Terence Hill, Paul Sorvino, Clare Carey, Mercedes Leggett and Dylan Kenin, Triggerman is one hip and unique modern-day Spag-Western for fans of films like Doc West. (Only On DVD)
Based on the phenomenal New York Times best-selling book about incentives -- from the minds of economists Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner -- the documentary film Freakonomics brings together six rogue filmmakers to explore the hidden side of -- everything that deals with dough. Utilizing six different viewpoints, and using Levitt and Dubner's material from their best-seller, producer Chad Troutwine (Paris Je T’aime) has assembled a diverse group of talented directors (most of them known for making some of the best and most unforgettably entertaining documentaries of the past two decades). Oscar-nominated filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me) takes an amusing look at the way we name our offspring and the possible affect it could have on their economic status once they grow older. Oscar-winner Alex Gibney (Taxi to the Dark Side) offers up a compelling expose about the corruption that goes on behind-the-scenes of Japan's professional sumo wrestling sport. Director Eugene Jaracki’s supplies a controversial documentary on the reasons behind the lower crime rates that the States have recently been experiencing. And finally, Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing, the Oscar-nominees behind the critically-acclaimed Jesus Camp, add the final piece to the film with a strange and in-depth report on how Chicago high school students are receiving cash incentives for scoring better grades in their classes. The Grady/Ewing segment tops off the educational, funny and often jaw-dropping look at our society (from selling houses to teaching potty training) as seen through the eyes of some of our most revolutionary and revelatory documentary filmmakers in Freakonomics. With such an amazing Dream Team of directors, you are in for a cinematic experience you'll never forget. Bonus Features: Additional Interviews with Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner; Producers’ Commentary with Chris Romano, Dan O’Meara and Chad Troutwine; Directors’ Commentary and HDNet: A Look at Freakonomics.
Down Terrace
A first-rate British black comedy that has been garnering great reviews and winning several awards at many of the festival circuits' biggest shindigs, the Ben Wheatley written and directed Down Terrace is an incredibly hilarious and often shocking look at a crime family headed by a father and son team of Bill and Karl (Ben and Robin Hill), a pair who find themselves having trouble with other members of "the Family." After being released from the slammer, Bill and Karl quickly figure out that not everything is right at home in Down Terrace. They first notice that their small crime family cannot grow larger because of all the infighting -- which is constant and continually growing worse. An even bigger pain is that father and son are having major problems of their own -- with others and between themselves. Karl is growing increasing tired of his old man’s preaching and views on life, while Bill feels that Karl’s estranged girlfriend is causing his interest and loyalty in the family to wane. The proverbial icing on the cake, however, is the very real possibility that there is a police informant hiding out among them. There's a mole who knows so much about the family's business that it could send them all to the Big House for many, many years. Son and dad put all the other pettiness aside to concentrate on weeding out the intruder. In between hysterical family spats, the pitch black comedy Down Terrace will entertain, surprise and shock you with scenes of funny British humor, intense family drama and blood-soaked violence. Down Terrace has it's funny moments, but it also has it's profanely dark and gory ones. In addition to the Ben and Robin Hill, Down Terrace includes vibrant and moving performances from many of England's most popular actors, including Julia Deakin (Spaced), David Schaal (The Office) and Tony Way (Extras). Bonus Features: Acting Screen Test; Camera Tests; Extended Scene; Deleted Scene; "Tricks of the Amazing Wizards!" featurette; Down Terrace Teaser/Festival Trailer; Commentary with Ben Wheatley and Robin Hill and “Rob Loves Kerry” Short Film.
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Nomad (The Warrior)
Co-directed by Ivan Passer and Sergei Bodrov, Nomad (The Warrior) is a dynamic, brutal and thrilling sword and sandal battle film starring two of Hollywood's favorite action/adventure heroes -- Marc Dacascos and Jason Scott Lee. Already a hit cult favorite, thanks to its theatrical and DVD releases, Nomad (The Warrior), a fearless, big-budget epic, is the thrilling tale of a nation that is ravaged and divided, and its future is in the hands of Mansur, a young boy, whose destiny has been foretold -- he could become the warrior king that unites the torn country. Before he can lead a country, however, the young Mansur must train to become the best swordsman in the land, and more importantly, Mansur has to understand the art of war. When he has mastered both, Mansur will then be able to lead the people of his country into any battle against the endless stream of savage, merciless invaders who are determined to destroy him and the land he fought so hard to unite.
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