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    Hell's Kitchen N.Y.C.
    by Image Entertainment
    DVD (11 July, 2000)
    list price: $24.99
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    Asin: 6305907994
    Sales Rank: 43889
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-drama   


    Playing God
    by Touchstone Video
    DVD (06 May, 2003)
    list price: $14.99 -- our price: $13.49
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    Editorial Review

    After his bloody showdown with Brad Pitt's psychopathic redneck in Kalifornia, David Duchovny used an off-season hiatus from The X-Files to star in this 1997 thriller, in which he plays a doctor whose fall from professional grace leads to a dangerous career in the criminal underworld. Having lost his license after drug abuse caused him to lose a patient during surgery, he's recruited into his illegal career by a slimy but charismatic millionaire (Timothy Hutton) whose associates have a way of getting shot all the time. Before long, Duchovny comes to realize the extent of Hutton's evil, and he finds himself caught in a criminal trap that also involves an alluring femme fatale (Angelina Jolie) and a Faustian bargain that could cost him his life. The plot's rather absurd and fairly predictable, but fine performances by Duchovny and especially Hutton (who makes a memorable screen villain) make this stylish thriller intriguingly worthwhile. The DVD includes the original theatrical trailer. --Jeff Shannon ... Read more

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    Asin: 1558908439
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-action/Adventure   


    $13.49

    Pushing Tin
    by Twentieth Century Fox
    DVD (03 September, 2002)
    list price: $14.98 -- our price: $13.48
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    Blessed by a fantastic cast and slick direction by Mike Newell,Pushing Tin is one of those invigorating movies (like Wall Street or All the President's Men) that takes you behind the scenes of a dramatic profession--in this case, the high-stress world of air-traffic controllers--and throws in a source of conflict to ramp up the tension. For ace "tin-pusher" Nick Falzone (John Cusack), that conflict arrives in the form of Russell Bell (Billy Bob Thornton), an Irish/Choctaw half-breed whose Zen-like control of air traffic immediately puts Nick on the defensive. Add an incident of infidelity and Nick's subsequent self-loathing and guilt, and Pushing Tin turns into a macho pissing match, with Nick's and Russell's spouses (Cate Blanchett and Angelina Jolie, respectively) stuck in the middle.

    At that point, this otherwise splendid comedy-drama turns almost fatally silly, and it hits additional turbulence by lapsing into a predictable series of pat resolutions. Fortunately, the jazzy cast avoids a nosedive into the tarmac, and if you recall Blanchett's Oscar-nominated performance in Elizabeth, you'll be amazed by her flawless transformation into a smart and sweetly devoted New Jersey housewife. Dialogue is a major asset here, and the script (by TV veterans Glen and Les Charles) gives Cusack & Co. plenty to chew on. That makes Pushing Tin a breezy good time, and its flaws are easily forgiven. --Jeff Shannon ... Read more

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    Asin: B00000K3CI
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-comedy   


    $13.48

    Playing by Heart
    by Miramax Home Entertainment
    DVD (04 February, 2003)
    list price: $14.99 -- our price: $11.24
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    Editorial Review

    This amiably amorphous comedy-drama about a myriad of articulate andwitty people pondering the meaning of love was originally titled Dancing About Architecture. As one of the lovelorn puts it, in trying to explain the elusive nature of desire, "Talking about love is like dancing about architecture." However, with the way the characters in Willard Carroll's film talk, it sounds like they could dance a samba around Frank Lloyd Wright. This undiscovered gem doesn't have a particular destination in mind, as it weaves in and out of the stories of its high-profile ensemble, but it does offer some hilarious, sharp dialogue and quiet surprises. Carroll focuses his film on four couples, all in one way or another battling with the problems of relationships, ranging from long-marrieds (Gena Rowlands and Sean Connery) to Gen-X club-hoppers (Angelina Jolie and Ryan Phillippe). Ostensibly, part of the film is invested in the mystery of how all these characters are interrelated, but keen viewers will be able to discern the connections among everyone. It's the uniformly excellent performances, though, that make Playing by Heart compulsively watchable. Most striking, surprisingly enough, are Jolie and Phillippe, the youngest members of the cast who reveal heretofore hidden depths of talent. Jolie in particular increases her already-soaring stock as an actress. Equally impressive are Gillian Anderson and Jon Stewart, who transcend their yuppie personas in their awkward enactment of the timeless dating rituals. Other cast members, including Dennis Quaid, Anthony Edwards, Ellen Burstyn, Jay Mohr, and the always luminous Madeleine Stowe, are quite good, though saddled with story lines that are occasionally less than compelling. The only complaint you'll have is that once everyone's connections are revealed, you'll wish this cast had more of an opportunity to interact. The journey toward the film's bittersweet end, however, is marvelous in and of itself. --Mark Englehart ... Read more

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    Asin: B00000JGOJ
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-comedy   


    $11.24

    Girl, Interrupted
    by Columbia Tri-Star
    DVD (04 February, 2003)
    list price: $14.94 -- our price: $11.95
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    Editorial Review

    Based on Susanna Kaysen's acclaimed journal-memoir, Girl, Interrupted bears inevitable resemblance to One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and pale comparison to that earlier classic is impossible to avoid. The mental institution settings of both films guarantee a certain degree of déjà vu and at least one Oscarwinner (in this case, Angelina Jolie), since playing a loony is any actor's dream gig. Unfortunately, director James Mangold seems to have misplaced the depth and delicacy of his underrated debut, Heavy, despite a great deal of earnest effort by everyone involved. It's easy to see why Winona Ryder chose to star in (and executive-produce) this nearly worthy adaptation of Kaysen's book, since it's a strong vehicle for female casting and potent drama. Mangold certainly got the former; whether he succeeded with the latter is not so clear.

    To be sure, Ryder conveys the confusion and chaos that signified Kaysen's life during nearly 18 months of voluntary institutionalization beginning in 1967. But the film seems too eager to embrace the cliché that the"crazies" of the Claymoore women's ward are saner than the war-torn world outside, and lack of narrative focus gives way to semipredictable character study. Susanna (Ryder) is labeled with "borderline personality disorder," a diagnosisas ambiguous as her own emotions, and while Jolie chews the scenery as the resident bad-girl sociopath, Ryder effectively conveys an odyssey from vulnerable fear to self-awareness and, finally, to healing. The ensemble cast is uniformly superb, making this drama well worthwhile, even as it treads familiar territory. If it ultimately lacks dramatic impact, Girl, Interrupted makes it painfully clear that the boundaries of dysfunction are hazy in a world where everyone's crazy once in a while. --Jeff Shannon ... Read more

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    Asin: B00003CWQR
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-drama   


    $11.95

    Foxfire
    by Columbia/Tristar Studios
    DVD (06 June, 2000)
    list price: $24.95 -- our price: $19.96
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    Editorial Review

    Angelina Jolie's strong-willed performance in Foxfire as Legs,the charismatic outsider based on the rebellious character from Joyce Carol Oates's novel, is a very good reason tosee this 1996 drama. The film updates the story from the 1950s to the '90s, but for a while the air of teenage angst and confrontation is closer to the legacy of James Dean thangun-toting/body-piercing disaffection. Bold and larger-than-life, Legs quicklygathers a group of adolescent girls around her, each of whom has been sexually abused and is dealing in her own way with the emotional consequences. As expected, the girls plot out their revenge, but even more interesting is the intensity of their bond and rituals, the way they hang out in an abandoned house, their expressions of devotion. So tight and self-protective does this clique become that onlookers--fellow students, parents--become resentful. The final act loses faith somewhat with the mystique of this story, as a few hoary ideas (kidnapping, firearms) breach the film's originality. But what's good is good indeed, and Jolie's performance remains a harbinger of great things to come. --Tom Keogh ... Read more

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    Asin: 6305821216
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-drama   


    $19.96

    Evil Dead: Hail to the King
    CD-ROM (11 December, 2000)
    list price: $39.99
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    Square-jawed, smack-talking, shotgun-toting Ash must once again battle evil forces, but this time you take control of the fate of the world! Evil Dead: Hail to the King picks up eight years after the cult-classic trilogy ends. Bruce Campbell, the star of the movie series, lends his vocal talents to the game. It continues the ongoing saga of Ash and the Necronomicon, or the Book of the Dead. Open the Necronomicon, and battle all the Kandarian demons, ruthless deadites, and unspeakable monsters that it can spew out. The game takes place in environments familiar to fans of the films, such as the cabin, the cellar, and the bridge. It contains all of the humor, suspense, action, and gore that made the movies such classics, then adds puzzle-solving aspects to the successful formula. Ash has the remarkable ability to use weapons in both hands simultaneously, so feel free to head down into that cellar and carve yourself a witch. Hail to the King, baby! ... Read more

    Asin: B00004U62A
    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Sony Playstation (Play station)    3. PSX (PS1 PSOne PS (1 one I)    4. Action Horror    5. Great Deals (Outlet store)   


    The Neptunes Present: Clones (Bonus DVD)
    by Arista
    Audio CD (19 August, 2003)
    list price: $18.98
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    Apparently, there are many prolific producers who privately wish they were equally adept MCs and vocalists--and likewise. Very few pull it off, but don't tell that to Pharrell Williams, who, with Chad Hugo, make up the production duo the Neptunes. He's co-produced an inordinately large percentage of new millennium Billboard chart-toppers: Britney, Justin, Janet, Jay-Z, Nelly, 'nuff said. That's why he can do as he pleases, thank you. But as Clones proves, the Neptunes' production hegemony will not be challenged anytime soon. Outside of the stripped-down percussive melodies on Busta Rhymes's ode to rumps ("Light Your A** on Fire") and the minimalist "Pop Sh*t" featuring hip-hop court jester Dirt McGirt (a.k.a.Ol' Dirty Bastard), the rest of this collection is all metallic drum sounds and noisy choruses. So who cares if Pharrell can't really croon a lick on "Frontin'" (featuring Jay-Z)? Sure, Clipse aren't the illest MCs by any stretch, but they still absolutely annihilate "Hot Damn." Why? Because the Neptunes can arguably make any average Joe Emcee sound good. Cop this, because resistance to the Neptunes' made-for-the-dance-floor beats is simply futile. --Dalton Higgins ... Read more

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    • Enhanced
    • Explicit Lyrics

    Asin: B00009W8L0
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Rap    2. Contemporary R&B    3. East Coast Rap    4. Hardcore Rap    5. Hip-Hop    6. Pop    7. Pop-Rap    8. Rap & Hip-Hop    9. Urban    10. V/A Compilations   


    Music Inspired by Scarface
    by Def Jam
    Audio CD (16 September, 2003)
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    Asin: B0000C8ATS
    Sales Rank: 77672
    Subjects:  1. Alternative Rap    2. East Coast Rap    3. G-Funk    4. Gangsta Rap    5. Hardcore Rap    6. Hip-Hop    7. Pop    8. Rap & Hip-Hop    9. V/A Compilations    10. West Coast Rap   


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    Tical
    by Def Jam
    Audio CD (15 November, 1994)
    list price: $18.98 -- our price: $14.99
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    Asin: B0000024JA
    Sales Rank: 6770
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rap & Hip-Hop   


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    Tical 2000 : Judgement Day
    by Def Jam
    Audio CD (17 November, 1998)
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    The Wu-Tang warrior's second solo joint is so conceptually huge, only somebody who's been high every day for a decade could have imagined it: hip-hop album as science-fiction double-feature as celebrity parade as horror movie as multilayered masquerade as an endlessly Baroque flow of spiels and skits, hallucinatory fantasy, and killer-bee menace. The romantic strains of Tical have been replaced by pure, sweaty sex, and Meth's image transformation from laidback muscle to bloodthirsty cyborg (with a phone book's worth of guest stars) just means he compacts his flow more tightly. The production is the Wu standard of berserk little loops and spare boom-bap, though RZA's tracks are head and shoulders above those of his disciples. --Douglas Wolk ... Read more

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    Asin: B00000DLVQ
    Subjects:  1. East Coast Rap    2. Hardcore Rap    3. Hip-Hop    4. Pop    5. Rap & Hip-Hop   


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    The W
    Audio CD (21 November, 2000)
    list price: $11.98 -- our price: $11.98
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    The Wu-Tang Clan have slimmed down on their lean and mean third album, both in title and in content. Clearly having learned a lesson from the ostentatious affair that was their last group effort, Wu-Tang Forever, The W weighs in at a taut 13 tracks, with little, if any, extraneous self-righteous solipsism. RZA returns to the boards for all but one track and proves that Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) was no fluke, manipulating ghoulish soul to chilling effect on "Hollow Bones" and dropping (and chopping) thunderous horns at the intro to "One Blood Under W" (which features a stellar turn from reggae don Junior Reid). The album's first two singles--"Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)" and "Gravel Pit"--are both fierce, propulsive numbers, inspiring the Wu collective--Ghostface Killah and Method Man in particular--to higher energy levels than they've displayed in years. Elsewhere, The W is Ghost's record, especially on the unhinged lament "I Can't Go to Sleep" and the prostrate plea "Jah World." Memorably, Snoop and ODB collaborate to comic effect on "Conditioner," and all the album's cameos--from Redman and Nas to Isaac Hayes and Busta Rhymes--show that the group is still as savvy as ever. On The W, the boasting is earned. --Jon Caramanica ... Read more

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    Asin: B000051XY5
    Subjects:  1. East Coast Rap    2. Hardcore Rap    3. Hip-Hop    4. Pop    5. Rap & Hip-Hop   


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    Tomb Raider
    by Elektra
    Audio CD (05 June, 2001)
    list price: $18.98 -- our price: $14.99
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    Everything about crypt crawler Lara Croft is fake: her boobs, her archaeological background, her identity. The ass-kickin' chick is a game boy's dream come to life, so it's fitting that the video hottie should get an equally synthetic soundtrack in time for her big-screen debut. U2 reel out the album's strongest track, a glossy remix of "Elevation" that skids all over glam-rock terrain and is just sexy enough to make it work as a single (as well as a scene-stealing video featuring Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie). Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor works himself into a fit on the grinding "Deep," but his tirade sounds outdated with its dumb lyrics and clunky, hookless programming. Speaking of computer blues, Groove Armada's wordless snoozer "Edge Hill" is about as far from shakin' that ass as a dance act can get. Thankfully, club reliables like the Chemical Brothers and Moby can still get it done; the former brings out the funk with a writhing dance tune that's as tireless as the film's heroine, while the latter's fuzzed-out big beats explode into a giddy freak-out that helps tighten up the album's blah midsection. Oddly, the only ladies in the house, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliot and young 'un Nelly Furtado, are the ones who get Lara Croft's modus operandi right; no matter how perfect she may be, she still needs to get her freak on. --Kristy Martin ... Read more

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    • Soundtrack

    Asin: B00005K9KF
    Subjects:  1. Electronica    2. Film Music    3. Pop    4. Soundtracks & Film Scores   


    $14.99

    Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
    Audio CD (09 November, 1993)
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    This debut revolutionized hip-hop (and launched half a dozen solo careers), as much for The RZA's raw barrage of off-kilter, off-key loops and sound effects as for its elliptically violent lyrics. Martial arts--at least as they appear in kung fu movies--are the Wu-Tang Clan's favorite metaphor, but they're also the organizing principle of the group, a crowd of eight rappers, each with his own way-out-there "fighting style." They created their own little self-contained culture, with its own symbols and shifting identities, and let listeners figure it out for themselves. Unless you're willing to immerse yourself in its world, it can be baffling and a little dry, but its aggression and originality are undeniable. --Douglas Wolk ... Read more

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    Asin: B000002WPI
    Subjects:  1. East Coast Rap    2. Hardcore Rap    3. Hip-Hop    4. Pop    5. Rap    6. Rap & Hip-Hop   


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    Wu-Tang Forever
    by Relativity
    Audio CD (24 August, 1999)
    list price: $24.98 -- our price: $22.99
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    Asin: B00001IVOR
    Sales Rank: 6006
    Subjects:  1. Pop    2. Rap & Hip-Hop   


    $22.99

    Star Wars: Battlefront
    by Lucasarts Entertainment
    CD-ROM (21 September, 2004)
    -- our price: $44.95
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    • More than 15 environments across 10 diverse planets including Hoth, Geonosis, Yavin, Tatooine and Naboo
    • 20 different soldier types from four factions: Rebel Alliance, Imperial Army, Clone Army and Droid Army
    • Single player and multiplayer modes (up to 16 players over the Internet or 32 via a LAN)
    • Open-ended multiplayer action game set in the Star Wars universe
    • Re-enact the most memorable battles from the films

    Asin: B0001NE48U
    Sales Rank: 115
    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. PS2 (PSX2)    3. Sony Playstation (Play station) 2    4. Playstation2 (Play station2)    5. Action    6. Adventure    7. Strategy (Strategic)    8. Star Wars (Starwars)   


    $44.95

    Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis
    by Vivendi Universal Games
    CD-ROM (28 March, 2003)
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B000086JYK
    Sales Rank: 2575
    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. PS2 (PSX2)    3. Sony Playstation (Play station) 2    4. Playstation2 (Play station2)    5. Action    6. Adventure    7. Strategy (Strategic)    8. Great Deals (Outlet store)   


    Jurassic Park Lost World
    by Electronic Arts
    CD-ROM

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    • An action-adventure game where you must try and safely get off of a dinosaur-infested island
    • You control a series of 5 characters: Compy, Raptor, Human Hunter, T-Rex, and Mystery Character
    • Over 20 species of dinosaurs that are trying to catch and eat you
    • Your weapons include a tranquilizer, rocket launcher, and shotgun to name a few
    • 3D graphics, music from the movie soundtrack, and fast-paced gameplay with 5 stages and 30 levels

    Asin: B00002SUM5
    Sales Rank: 4178
    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Sony Playstation (Play station)    3. PSX (PS1 PSOne PS (1 one I)    4. Action Fantasy    5. Action   


    Jurassic Park: Warpath
    by Electronic Arts
    CD-ROM (17 November, 1999)

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    • Head-to-head dinosaur fighting
    • Choose from 12 savage dinosaurs
    • Battle in 14 interactive arenas
    • Includes scenery from the Jurassic Park movies
    • For 1 or 2 players

    Asin: B00002R28N
    Sales Rank: 4434
    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. Fighting    3. Sony Playstation (Play station)    4. PSX (PS1 PSOne PS (1 one I)   


    ESPN X Games: Skateboarding
    by Konami
    CD-ROM (17 August, 2001)
    list price: $49.99
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    Ride as one of eight different pro riders, including Bob Burnquist, in ESPN X Games: Skateboarding. To get the gold, you'll have to prove you can master the same courses used in the 2000 ESPN X Games event in San Francisco. You can grind rails, hit ramps, or go for huge air in an amazing re-creation of the half-pipe from the 2000 games. Succeed at these challenges and you'll unlock secret stages, hidden characters, and special skateboards.

    Before you go for the gold, you may want to test the three action stages set in the streets of New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, where riders maneuver around cars, grind rails, and stick tricks. Or you can start with the interactive tutorial to learn tricks and combos and get advice from the pros. Should you become bored with reality, you can thrash it out in a series of fantasy rides, choosing from a cruise ship ride, boarding around dinosaur bones in a museum, and more.

    ESPN X Games: Skateboarding offers a two-player split-screen mode so you can go head-to-head with a friend. And when it comes to choosing your deck, you can ride one of 64 authentic skateboards that can be modified for speed and handling, or sport the equipment and sponsors of your pro rider. High-intensity tunes from such bands as Linkin Park, New Found Glory, Voodoo Glow Skulls, and more cover your ride. ... Read more

    Asin: B00005MOMI
    Subjects:  1. Video Games    2. PS2 (PSX2)    3. Sony Playstation (Play station) 2    4. Playstation2 (Play station2)    5. Sports    6. Outdoors   


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