Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Express Delivery of New DVD films

1.Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol     

 DVD Release Date: April 17, 2012 


Ghost Protocol is the one lies at the intersection of the incredible and the impossible. where Brad Bird transitions from cartoons to live action for a Mission: Impossible adventure, accompanied by his most animated leading man to date: Tom Cruise.
Proving that there's plenty of gas left in this franchise's tank, Ghost Protocol start in a Moscow prison where secret agent Ethan Hunt (Cruise) is extracted -- during the first of several pulse-racingly immersive set pieces -- and reintroduced to the world of international espionage. Hunt's mission? Stop Hendricks (Michael Nyqvist), a nuclear extremist, from obtaining stolen launch codes that could initiate World War III.


 DVD Release Date: April 17, 2012


Brandon (Michael Fassbender) prepares for sex with quiet, unsmiling ease. Indeed, he seems to spend much of his day preparing for sex, in one way or another. He picks up women. He makes arrangements with hookers. At home, he stares intently at laptop porn with the self-induced trance of ritual. His work computer has so much illicit material that the IT guy assumes it must be a virus.
He's an attractive, suave guy with what looks like a well-paying job. Given this, his Manhattan apartment looks a little bare and shabby -- unadorned, at least. Watching Shame and observing Brandon's life, you begin to understand why: sex takes up most of his time, occupies most of his mind, and overrides most other concerns. He's so in control of his addiction -- and so similar to a certain sort of male mindset -- that it takes some time to register as such. But like a proper addict, he remains in search of his next hit. We don't see much of his friends, hobbies, or that office job -- because he doesn't, either.

 3.Born to Be Wild

  DVD Release Date: April 17, 2012


What happens when the circle of life -- the one triumphantly celebrated at the start of Disney's The Lion King - needs a human cog to keep the wheel turning?
That's the central question asked and answered by David Lickley's Born to Be Wild, a 3D nature film making its way to IMAX screens across the nation. Narrator Morgan Freeman (you were expecting, maybe, Gilbert Gottfried?) describes this story as a fairy tale, though one whose storybook ending remains in question. Whether it's happy or sad is up to us, but more on that in a second.
Wild relays the unique professional stories of two remarkable women called to remarkably similar work. In Kenya, Dame Daphne Sheldrick has dedicated decades of her life to running a sanctuary for orphaned elephants who have lost their mothers to poachers. Many miles and multiple cultures away, Birute Galdikas operates a likeminded program for baby orangutan. Each woman (and their highly committed staffs) nurture these animals as long as is deemed necessary, preparing them for life among their animal peers in the wild.

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