Thursday September 16, 2010
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Russell Crowe has swapped his character's green tights and daft hat for a new look. Check out Ridley Scott's modern day Robin Hood.

Want another blast from the past? Letters to Juliet has Amanda Seyfried finding a letter dating back to 1951 on her own search for true love. Talking about things all warm and fuzzy, you wouldn't expect to find it in Accidents Happen because it tells the tale of a series of tragic events plaguing the one family. But at the end of the day, it all comes back to a family's love. Now that is an "awww" moment!

Meanwhile, you'll find yourself bustin' a move along with the stars of Stomp the Yard: Homecoming.

When you're done shakin' those hips, head down to your local Network Video store for more hot titles.

We'll see you in-store.

Letters to Juliet
When Sophie joins a small group of volunteers responding to letters left for Juliet asking for her advice on love, she finds a letter that dates back to 1951, written by Claire Smith. Juliet's reply inspires Claire to return in search of what she once thought was a lost cause.
Accidents Happen
Billy's family gets caught up in a fatal car wreck that kills Billy's sister and leaves his brother Gene, needing contstant care. The rest of Accidents Happen depicts how that accident ruins the lives of an entire family and how they eventually find solace in one another.
Stomp The Yard: Homecoming
There's nothing graceful about Stomp the Yard: Homecoming, but then again, that's something that's thrown in your face rather unapologetically at every opportunity. Just like the
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The Back-Up Plan
It's been quite a while since Jennifer Lopez graced our screens and she's back to her best in The Back-up Plan playing Zoe, a woman who's given up on love. But while Zoe is willing to let the dream of true love go, she's not ready to give up on having a baby
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The Kings of Mykonos: Wog Boy 2
We're not sure about you, but we don't know too many people who are fortunate enough to inherit a beach from a relative they've never met. Not to mention, that beach happens to be on the beautiful Greek island resort of Mykonos.
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Iron Man 2
Everyone wants to be famous. Everyone that is, except for Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) who after uncovering himself as the armoured superhero Iron Man, faces pressure from all sides. The government, the military, the press and everyday citizens are focusing their
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Robin Hood (MA)

Forget the bright green stretchy tights and the oh so trendy hat (yep, that's sarcasm), Robin Hood has followed Sherlock Holmes' lead and gone all 2010 on us. And this guy doesn't waste his time hanging about Sherwood Forest because he's far too busy being one of the King's best archers and making promises that prove to be rather difficult to
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New York, I Love You (MA 15+)

In the city that never sleeps, eight million stories start every moment, from Queens to the Upper East Side. Some of today's most outstanding actors and directors were put in an Empire State of Mind, and teamed up to present a cinematic celebration of the Big Apple, a celluloid hymn to the world's most famous city. So, come on, be a part of it, New York, New York.
Extraordinary Measures (PG)

If there's one thing that most parents will agree on, it's that they'll do absolutely anything for their children. This devotion is only compounded when it's a life and death matter like it is for John (Brendan Fraser) and Aileen Crowley (Keri Russell) whose two youngest children are losing their battle with Pompe disease (otherwise known
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Glee: Season 1 (PG)

William McKinley High School once had a champion glee club, but now they're floundering. That's when an idealistic Spanish teacher (Matthew Morrison) takes up their cause, vowing to transform the rag-tag group of singers and dancers into winners. Get set for high-energy performances, chart-topping music and unforgettable characters... and give a cheer for GLEE!
Halo Reach (MA15+)

The Halo series hasn't put a foot wrong yet, and the latest in the franchise is sure to be just as good as its predecessors. Set just before the first game in the series, you play as a team of Spartan super-soldiers, all of whom have unique talents and skills. Once again, you'll be fighting against the Covenant, and they've learnt a few tricks too.
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