Thursday September 17, 2008
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Hi there Movie Clubbers,

Once again, it's another fortnight jam-packed full of great titles at your local Network store. And we're kicking off this fortnight with a hot one.

If we mention the name Zac Efron, we think we know what kind of response we're gonna get - high pitched girly screams. Hey, we get it; the dude's a hottie and a half. But in 17 Again he shows that he's also a pretty handy comedic actor, playing a thirtysomething guy (who looks a lot like Chandler from Friends) who suddenly reverts back to his 17-year-old self. He quickly discovers that going to high-school in the late '00s is a lot different from the early '90s, and we aren't talking about different haircuts. This is a fun comedy that the whole family will enjoy, if you can hear it over the teenage girly squeals.

Now for something completely different. You might know Russell Crowe for his phone throwing, fist flying, beered-up brawly antics. But before he was known as Hollywood's Bad Boy, he was actually a pretty decent actor; and in State of Play he proves that a few fights haven't taken any toll on his dramatic skills. Here he plays a news reporter who uncovers a scandal big enough to send shockwaves through Washington, if he can keep himself alive long enough to make it public. This tense political thriller has a great cast (Crowe, Ben Affleck, Helen Mirren, Rachel McAdams) and they're all in top form here. If you crave quality from your movies, this is what you've been searching for.

And finally, on a completely different bent is the provocatively named Lesbian Vampire Killers. Set in England, two lovable slackers, Fletch and Jimmy, set off on a great adventure that sees them become prey to a group of lesbian vampires. As sexy as they are deadly, they want to make our hapless duo into their latest snack; and while Fletch and Jimmy want to get close to the girls, they don't want to get close to their fangs. This is mindlessly fun stuff that delivers sufficient amounts of scares, laughs and nudity to make it a fun night in for the boys.

But if the combination of hottie Efron, punchy Crowe and sexy vampires isn't enough for you, come on over to your local Network store; you're sure to find something that you love.

See you in-store.

Lesbian Vampire Killers
How can you go past a movie with a title like Lesbian Vampire Killers? If there was an award for best movie title, this would surely be in the running. But great title aside, is the film actually any good? Fletch (James Corden) and Jimmy (Mathew Horne) are two
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Fired Up
If there's one thing that will never change about movies, it's that you can always make a movie just about guys trying to get girls. That's basically the plot of Fired Up, but it's the lengths that some guys go to that makes this stand out from the crowd. Nick
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State Of Play
We love political thrillers, especially ones with a plot that will keep you guessing right up to the final credits. So, it's a pretty safe bet that we're going to enjoy State of Play. Set in Washington D.C., two seemingly unrelated deaths occur on subsequent days.
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Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Connor Mead is a famous photographer and womanizer. Over the course of an evening, Conner's visited by three ghosts who will lead him through his romantic past, present, and future. Will Connor learn to get over himself and love the right woman?
Angels & Demons
In Ron Howard's thrilling follow-up to The Da Vinci Code, expert symbologist Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) follows ancient clues on a heart-racing hunt through Rome to find the four Cardinals kidnapped by the deadly secret society, the Illuminati.
I Love You, Man
Friendless Peter Klaven goes on a series of man-dates to find a Best Man for his wedding. But when his insta-bond with his new B.F.F. puts a strain on his relationship with his fiancée, can the trio learn to live happily ever after?

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17 Again (M)

Ever wish you could go back in time and live your life over again, maybe not make a couple of mistakes along the way? That's the idea in 17 Again, and this comedy shows us that maybe this wish isn't all it's cracked up to be. Mike O'Donnell (Matthew Perry) is in his mid-thirties, and he's just lost his job, his wife and his home.
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Gomorrah (MA15+)

Power, Money and Blood... These are the 'values' that the residents of Italy's Campania region confront daily. They have little choice, and are forced to obey the mafia-enforced rules of the 'System', the Camorra. Gomorrah recounts five true stories - that each detail the intricate control the Camorra have over day-to-day life in Italy.

Elvis and Anabelle (PG)

There's a step beyond the ol' rom-com, and that's the romance fantasy - it's a magical place where anything can happen, and usually does. Elvis and Anabelle follows the story of Anabelle - she's a southern belle who has been groomed by her mother to be a pageant queen. A freak occurrence at a pageant leads to her death,
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House M.D. Season 5 (M)

Hugh Laurie returns to his Golden Globe-winning and Primetime Emmy Award-nominated role as Dr. Gregory House in House: Season Five! House pushes new boundaries in medicine while dealing with emotional chaos as personal and professional boundaries blur in all 24 episodes from the compelling fifth season.

Singstar Motown (M)

The massive range of Singstar games just got bigger with the release of Singstar Motown, featuring the best songs from the iconic Motown label. With songs from Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and The Supremes, and tracks including Dancing in the Streets, Stop in the Name of Love and I Want You Back, among many others, this is a game that's sure to get your groove on.

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