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Celtic Pride (Special Edition)

Celtic Pride (Special Edition)

Director: Tom DeCerchio
Year: 1996

Lewis Scott (Damon Wayans) is a stuck-up superstar who's about to lead his team to the NBA Championship. Jimmy (Dan Aykroyd) and his buddy Mike (Daniel Stern) are a pair of die-hard Boston Celtic fans who'd do anything to help their team win... even if it means kidnapping Scott before the final game! 

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Unforgettable

Unforgettable

Director: John Dahl
Year: 1996

Mastered in HD! What is it like to enter into the mind of a sadistic killer, experiencing his every thought... and the thoughts of his victims during their last, terror-stricken moments? From John Dahl, the acclaimed director of Red Rock West comes this fast-paced, stylish thriller that propels you into a hallucinatory realm of heart-stopping suspense that never lets up.

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Terminal Velocity (Special Edition)

Terminal Velocity (Special Edition)

Director: Deran Sarafian
Year: 1994

A daredevil skydiving instructor falls hard when a sexy, mysterious beauty walks through his door looking for a lesson—and apparently plunges to her death during a parachute jump. He suddenly finds himself hurled headlong into a nightmare world of intrigue and deceit—and caught in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the Russian Mafia.

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Isn't She Great

Isn't She Great

Director: Andrew Bergman
Year: 2000

Bette Midler stars as the ambitious woman of dubious talent who writes a sexy, best-selling novel that takes the world by storm.

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The Rich Man’s Wife

The Rich Man’s Wife

Director: Amy Holden Jones
Year: 1996

Josie Potenza (Halle Berry) has it all; a fabulous home, a life of privilege and a wealthy husband. But Josie's seemingly perfect life takes a nightmarish turn when her husband is brutally murdered – making her the prime suspect in the police investigation... and the prime target of a psychotic, blackmailing killer.

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Broken Flowers (Special Edition)

Broken Flowers (Special Edition)

Director: Jim Jarmusch
Year: 2005

When a mysterious pink letter informs Don Johnston (Bill Murray) that he may have a 19-year-old son, he visits four former lovers, where he comes face to face with the errors of his past and the possibilities of the future.

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