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Yoga Conditioning For Weight Loss (dvd)
$11.99
Yoga Conditioning For Weight Loss (dvd)
Achieving weight loss can often be accomplished by careful dieting, but without balanced full-body conditioning the results are usually short-lived. Being aware of your body's needs as you work to maintain an ideal weight is an important key to success, and with the help of four different levels of yoga and stretching workouts, yogi Suzanne Deason helps you find the physical and spiritual awareness that will help you achieve your own weight-loss goals. The workouts are appropriate for all fitness levels, whether yours is a sedentary lifestyle or a highly active one. NOTE: This program is available in both Spanish and English-language versions. ~Kathryn Tamms
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Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work [blu-ray]
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Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work [blu-ray]
Joan Rivers launched her career as a standup comic in the early '60s, a time when female comedians were few and far between, and after several years of working nightclubs to unresponsive audiences, she was booked on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson in 1965 and soon became one of the most successful comedy acts in the nation. Since then, Rivers has hosted several TV talk shows, written best-selling books, directed a feature film, launched a line of jewelry, and kept up a busy schedule of personal appearances, determined to hold on to her stardom regardless of the fickle winds of show business. Filmmakers Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg followed Rivers through a typically eventful year in her life, and in Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, they offer a look at the woman behind the laughter as she struggles to stay in the spotlight, works on new material, launches a one-woman show in the United Kingdom that doesn't fare as well as she hopes, takes a chance as a participant on a reality TV show, and ponders her career in show business at the age of 75. Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work received its world premiere at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival~Mark Deming
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The Deadly Bees (dvd)
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The Deadly Bees (dvd)
Noted British horror director Freddie Francis and author Robert Bloch, who wrote Psycho, combined their talents for this tale of terror. Pop singer Vicki Robbins (Suzanna Leigh) collapses from exhaustion and takes a vacation on a small resort island. She soon meets Mr. Hargrove (Guy Doleman), a difficult man with a failing marriage who owns the resort and keeps bees as a hobby. Charming Manfred (Frank Finlay), who also lives on the island, keeps bees as well, and he soon strikes up a friendship with Vicki. However, when first a dog and then Hargrove's wife are killed by bee stings, Vicki discovers that someone on the island is breeding a strain of killer bees, and she has to find out who is responsible and what can be done before they kill again. Keep an eye peeled for a short appearance by the British beat combo The Birds, whose guitarist, Ron Wood, would later become a star playing with The Faces (featuring Rod Stewart) and The Rolling Stones~Mark Deming
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Listening (dvd)
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Listening (dvd)
Grad students David (Thomas Stroppel), Ryan (Artie Ahr) and Jordan (Amber Marie Bollinger) develop a revolutionary mind-reading technology but discover that it leaves the mind open, which exposes secrets and betrayals in this sci-fi thriller. The privacy of human thought is at stake when the invention is stolen by a secret government agency and David is pitted against his friends. Directed by Khalil Sullins. Cast includes Christine Haeberman, Steve Hanks, Arn Chorn-Pond~Jennifer Lackman
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The Third (dvd)
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The Third (dvd)
A film that inevitably recalls Roman Polanski's 1962 Noz w Wodzie, Polish director Jan Hryniak's tense psychodrama The Third (Trzeci) enters the dark and claustrophobic territory of a marriage fractured and falling slowly to pieces. Jaciek Poniedzialek stars as Pawel, a Polish husband so obsessed with work-related commitments that he lets those obligations all but destroy his nuptials with wife Ewa (Magdalena Cielecka). The couple plans a romantic getaway together on a yacht, intended to bring new life and vitality to their marriage, but at the last minute, Pawel is called away from the boat on yet another work assignment, to finalize a multi-million dollar contract. Discouraged and downtrodden, the couple makes their way home, but runs into the so-called "third" of the title - an enigmatic older gentleman who vehemently insists that he has unusual "methods" for healing their relationship. Little do Ewa and Pawel realize what lies in store for them~Nathan Southern
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Masquerade [blu-ray]
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Masquerade [blu-ray]
A royal body double risks everything to save his beloved country from collapse in this historical drama set during Korea's Joseon Dynasty, and inspired by a mysterious 15-day gap in the country's history during one of its most turbulent eras. Korea is in chaos, and totalitarian King Gwanghae (Byung-hun Lee) fears that his life may be in danger. Determined to survive, he commands his counselor to recruit a stand-in to take his place in a worst-case scenario. The counselor soon returns with Ha-seon (again, Lee), a village performer and peasant who's a dead ringer for the tyrannical ruler. Later, when the king is poisoned and lapses into a coma, Ha-seon takes his place. Under orders from the king's chief advisor and chief eunuch, Ha-seon maintains the illusion despite constant threats of exposure and death. When the royal stand-in realizes that his country's future rests in his hands alone, however, the time comes to take drastic action no matter what the consequences~Jason Buchanan
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Frances Ha [criterion Collection] [2 Discs] [blu-ray/dvd]
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Frances Ha [criterion Collection] [2 Discs] [blu-ray/dvd]
Directed by Noah Baumbach, Frances Ha stars Greta Gerwig as Frances, a twentysomething Brooklynite barely making a living as an apprentice with a dance company. Her greatest happiness is the friendship she shares with Sophie (Mickey Sumner), but when Sophie moves away, Frances goes on a downward spiral that includes unemployment, failing to find the right guy, and moving into a series of smaller and smaller apartments. Co-written by Baumbach and Gerwig, Frances Ha screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival~Perry Seibert
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Emelie [blu-ray]
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Emelie [blu-ray]
When their regular babysitter can't make it, two suburban parents hire her friend "Anna" (Sarah Bolger) to look after their three children while they enjoy a night out. But when Anna's behavior becomes increasingly unhinged, eldest sibling Jacob (Joshua Rush) grows suspicious and discovers that she's actually an imposter named Emelie who has sinister designs on the family's youngest child. Directed by Michael Thelin, Emelie made its world premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival~Jack Rodgers
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Ken Burns: Jackie Robinson (dvd)
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Ken Burns: Jackie Robinson (dvd)
Master documentarian Ken Burns turns his focus to American legend Jackie Robinson in this four-hour PBS biography about the groundbreaking baseball player and civil rights icon. The exhaustive documentary utilizes revealing interviews with Robinson's family as well as rare photographs and film footage to flesh out the story of one of the most interesting and important men of the 20th century. Through his inimitable style, Burns sets out to show why Robinson was so much more than simply the man who broke baseball's color barrier. Narrated by Keith David, with Jamie Foxx reading Robinson's words. Extras include a conversation with the filmmakers~Jennifer Lackman
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The Devil's Backbone [criterion Collection] [blu-ray]
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The Devil's Backbone [criterion Collection] [blu-ray]
Guillermo del Toro, who quickly became one of the most talked-about directors in contemporary horror films with his first two features, Chronos and Mimic, takes on a more subtle tale of terror with this psychological suspense piece. Casares (Federico Luppi) and Carmen (Marisa Paredes) operate a small home for orphans in a remote part of Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Helping the couple mind the orphanage are Jacinto (Eduardo Noriega), the groundskeeper, and Conchita (Irene Visedo), a teacher who is also involved with Jacinto. Casares and Carmen are aligned with the Republican loyalists, and are hiding a large cache of gold that's used to back the Republican treasury; perhaps not coincidentally, the orphanage has also been subject to attacks from Franco's troops, and an unexploded bomb waits to be defused in the home's courtyard. One day, a boy named Carlos (Fernando Tielve) arrives at the home, looking for a place to stay after being left behind by his parents. Casares and Carmen take him in, and the boy soon strikes up an unlikely friendship with Jaime (Inigo Garces), a boy with a reputation for tormenting other kids. But Carlos soon begins having visions of a mysterious apparition he can't identify, and hears strange stories about a child named Santi who went missing the day the bomb appeared near the orphanage~Mark Deming
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The 2000 Nokia Sugar Bowl National Championship (dvd)
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The 2000 Nokia Sugar Bowl National Championship (dvd)
The Florida State Seminoles took the motivation of a bitter 1999 loss to Tennessee into their matchup with Virginia Tech in the 2000 Nokia Sugar Bowl National Championship game. The Hokies, under the leadership of Michael Vick, took an early lead, but the Seminoles charged back after halftime for a 46-29 comeback win. The national title was the Seminoles' second, and was the perfect ending to an undefeated season. This program presents the championship game in its entirety, without commercials, as filmed by ABC Sports~Sarah Block
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Party Of Five: The Complete Series [24 Discs] (dvd)
$39.99
Party Of Five: The Complete Series [24 Discs] (dvd)
The sudden death of their parents forges a strong and impenetrable bond between the five Salinger children as the hour-long drama series Party of Five begins its first season. Appointed his siblings' legal guardian, 24-year-old Charlie Salinger (Matthew Fox) works days as a carpenter and nights tending bar at the San Francisco restaurant once owned by his father, but now run by Joe Mangus (Tom Mason). Bailey Salinger (Scott Wolf), at 16 the second oldest member of the clan, appoints himself treasurer and troubleshooter of the Salinger household; 15-year-old Julia (Neve Campbell) is still traumatized by the loss of her parents; 11-year-old Claudia (Lacey Chabert) continues honing her skills as a violinist; and 1-year-old baby brother Owen (played by twins Brandon Porter and Taylor Porter) gurgles and goos, undoubtedly secure in the knowledge that his older brothers and sisters will always look after him. Hired as a nanny for the younger children, Berkeley graduate student Kirsten Bennett (Paula Devicq) begins dating Charlie, incurring Bailey's jealousy. Before the season is out, Kirsten's duties are taken over by a guy named Bill (David Burke) when she and Charlie become engaged. Meanwhile, Bailey dates such high school contemporaries as Kate Bishop (Jennifer Blanc) and Jill Holbrook (Megan Ward), whose addiction to cocaine yields tragic results in the season finale; and Julia starts going out with Justin Thompson (Michael Goorjian), a budding journalist~Hal Erickson
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Bewitched: The Complete Series [22 Discs] (dvd)
$39.99
Bewitched: The Complete Series [22 Discs] (dvd)
Filmed in black-and-white, the first season of Bewitched got under way just after the wedding of Darrin and Samantha Stephens (Dick York and Elizabeth Montgomery). The first major crisis in the marriage arises when "Sam" calmly informs her ad executive hubby, Darrin, that she is a witch - "a genuine, broom-flying, cauldron-stirring witch" - and proceeds to prove it by moving objects through the air and casting spells with the twitch of her nose. A mere mortal, Darrin is clearly taken aback by this revelation, but he loves Sam and is determined to make the marriage work. There is one condition, however: Sam must keep her powers a secret from others, and she must never use witchcraft in her everyday wifely activities. Though Sam does a good job with the first part of the condition (despite the suspicions of her snoopy next-door neighbor Gladys Kravitz [Sandra Gould]), she oftens finds that there is no alternative but to use her powers whenever Darrin gets into a mess, usually in connection with his job at the ad firm run by the bombastic Larry Tate (David White). Among the supporting characters making their first appearances in season one are Sam's witch mother, Endora (Agnes Moorehead), who detests Darrin and uses every power at her command to sabotage the marriage; Endora's husband, Maurice (Maurice Evans), an elegant warlock with a mercurial temperament; Sam's befuddled Aunt Clara (Marion Lorne), whose application of witchcraft is eccentric and misguided, to say the least; George Tobias as the obstreperous Gladys Kravitz's laid-back husband, Abner; and Irene Vernon as Larry Tate's good-natured wife, Louise. Guest stars this season include Adam West, Arte Johnson, Raquel Welch, Shelley Berman, June Lockhart, and, as a nervous driving instructor, Paul Lynde, two years before he became a Bewitched semi-regular in the role of Sam's prankish Uncle Arthur~Hal Erickson
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Stanford Prison Experiment [blu-ray]
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Stanford Prison Experiment [blu-ray]
Kyle Patrick Alvarez's drama The Stanford Prison Experiment is based on real events. Dr. Philip Zimbardo (Billy Cruddup) arranges for 24 volunteers to be either guards or inmates a makeshift prison system so that he can observe how their behavior changes. Eventually those playing guards become abusive and dictatorial, while the inmates band together to survive the harsh conditions. What the Stanford professor doesn't expect is that he and the people running the experiment are also being transformed by taking part in it. The Stanford Prison Experiment screened at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival~Perry Seibert
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Roar [blu-ray]
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Roar [blu-ray]
Wildlife activist and actress Tippi Hedren starred in this adventure written, directed by, and costarring her producer husband Noel Marshall and inspired by the surprise success of Born Free (1966). Hedren is Madeleine, a woman who brings her children (including real-life daughter and future movie star Melanie Griffith) to the African jungle for a visit with her long-estranged husband Hank (Marshall). An eccentric scientist, Hank has dedicated the past several years of his life to fighting for the preservation of endangered species. A snafu results in the family being met not by the environmentalist, however, but a pride of ferocious felines. Roar (1981) was a box-office disaster that not only fell far short of recouping its $17 million budget - Hedren and family reportedly had to mortgage their assets to finance it. The production was also known for its accident-prone, behind-the-scenes drama, which included a fire, a flood, and a disease that took the lives of several big cat performers. Resulting schedule delays turned the motion picture into an 11-year labor of love for Hedren, whose off-camera commitment to protection of big cats extended to the establishment of her own California game preserve called Shambala, later to be the subject of a book by Hedren and a television documentary~Karl Williams
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That '70s Show: The Complete Series [blu-ray] [18 Discs]
$89.99
That '70s Show: The Complete Series [blu-ray] [18 Discs]
The first season of That '70s Show largely took place in 1976, though references to Saturday Night Fever and Star Wars in the course of the season's 25 episodes indicated that there had been some incursion into 1977 territory (the series also quietly moved from a Sunday- to a Monday-night slot in mid-season). The action occurred in Point Place, WI, not far from Green Bay. The plots revolved around the exploits of a group of high-school juniors, led by the impulsive Eric Forman (Topher Grace). Usually found hanging out in the Forman basement, Eric's cohorts included his next-door-neighbor, childhood friend, and latterly sweetheart, foxy redhead Donna Pinciotti (Laura Prepon); his best buds Michael Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), the archetypal "dumb hunk," and Steven Hyde (Danny Masterson), conspiracy theorist supreme; Kelso's spoiled-brat girlfriend, Jackie Burkhart (Mila Kunis); and Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), a naïve and extremely pliable foreign-exchange student. There was also a full complement of grown-ups, foremost among them Eric's dad, Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith), who had a very low opinion of his son's friends and lifestyle, and Eric's mom, Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp), who wasn't quite as ditzy as she seemed (no one could be!). Both of the Formans worked: Red had a factory job which was downsized early in the season, while Kitty was a nurse. Next door to the Formans were Donna's parents, Bob and Midge Pinciotti (Don Stark, Tanya Roberts). Bob owned an appliance store where the semi-laid-off Red was occasionally employed as a clerk, while Midge was a stay-at-home wife and mother who was bored out of her gourd. Seen on a recurring basis was another "older" character, Eric's sister, Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly), a freshman at the University of Wisconsin. As the season progressed, Bob and Midge Pinciotti drifted toward separation and divorce; Hyde's single mom (played in one episode by Katey Sagal) deserted him, prompting the boy to move in with Eric; and Laurie flunked out of school, came home, and tentatively began a sexual relationship with doltish Kelso. Although That '70s Show did not crack the Top 20 ratings-wise during its maiden season, the series was one of the most popular offerings of the Fox network. It also earned an Outstanding Costume Design Emmy award for the entry titled "That Disco Episode."~Hal Erickson
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