OnVideo Guide to Home Video Releases: November 2002 Calendar of Releases

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November 2001 Release Calendar

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November 2
  • Shrek Delightful story about the adventures of an odious ogre, Shrek (Mike Myers), who is definitely not the hero of your run-of-the-mill fairy tales: he's got bad breath, he's green and ornery, and he just wants to be left alone. His warm, isolated swamp becomes overrun by a host of fairy tale creatures -- blind mice, pigs, a wooden boy with a long nose, a big, bad wolf (DreamWorks' spoof on Disney) --banished from an antiseptic kingdom by a pint-sized king (John Lithgow). To get his swamp back, Shrek teams up with a talking donkey (Eddie Murphy) to rescue a princess (Cameron Diaz) from a fire-breathing dragon. Somewhere along the line there's love and revenge (as in most fairy tales) and plenty of satire and just plain fun. Director: Andrew Adamson, Vicky Jenson. Voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow, Vincent Cassel. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG, 85 min., Animated, Box office gross: $265 million, DreamWorks, $15.95 minimum advertised VHS SRP. DVD: Day & Date. 4 stars

November 6
  • Legally Blonde Surprise summer romantic comedy stars Reese Witherspoon as Elle, a soon-to-be-college grad pegged as a dumb blonde whose priorities are shopping, clothes, hair, nails and marriage and whose boyfriend dumps her because she's not good enough for him on his journey to become a U.S. Senator by age 30 after a stint at Harvard Law School. Devastated -- but smarter than she acts -- Elle bones up and enters Harvard herself to get her man, finding, however, that he's taken up with another woman. Now Elle must outperform her rival and win over skeptical law students and professors, eventually finding that her new personae is much more important than husband chasing. A wonderful family film moral tale. Director: Robert Luketic. Stars: Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Matthew Davis, Victor Garber, Jennifer Coolidge, Holland Taylor. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 96 min., Comedy, Box office gross: $95 million, MGM, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 3 stars

  • Sopranos, The: The Complete Second Season The second season of the smash series, packaged in a five-volume VHS Collector's Edition box set for $99.92 and a four-disc DVD Collector's Edition box set for $99.98. The DVDs include four audio commentaries by the directors of selected episodes; interviews with the cast and creator David Chase; "The Real Deal" featurette that features discussions about "The Sopranos" with critics, psychiatrists, former FBI agents and other experts; first season recap; episodic synopses; previews and recaps; more. Contains all 13 episodes. Stars: James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, Nancy Marchand, Dominic Chianese. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: NR, 696 min., Drama, HBO. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Baby Boy Tough, unflinching look at modern urban life, third in director John Singleton's Los Angeles trilogy (that began with "Boyz N the Hood"). Jody is a 20-year-old African-American trying to live large in South Central L.A., but lacking the job to power his wallet. He's got two babies by two different women and still lives at home with his mother. Growing up is tough on Jody, but a series of events involving his mother's new boyfriend and her ex-con ex-boyfriend force him to learn some hard lessons about living, loving and surviving as a man in the hood. Director: John Singleton. Stars: Tyrese Gibson, Snoop Dogg, Ving Rhames, A.J. Johnson, Taraji P. Henson. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 130 min., Drama, Box office gross: $27.823 million, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 3 stars

  • Sweetwater: A True Rock Story TV bio of late-60s never-quite-made-it rock band Sweetwater. Director: Lorraine Senna. Stars: Amy Jo Johnson, Kelli Williams, Michelle Phillips, Frederic Forrest, Mark Murphy. 1999, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 95 min., Musical Biodrama, Paramount, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: No.

  • Golden Bowl, The Typical James Ivory-Ismail Merchant ("Howards End" "A Room With a View") costume drama based on the novel by Henry James. Adultery raises its ugly head in England and Italy in the early 1900s as the daughter of an American tycoon marries a charming but impoverished Italian aristocrat, while, through a twist of fate, her father marries the aristocrat's former lover. Look out hanky-panky. Director: James Ivory. Stars: Uma Thurman, Kate Beckinsale, Nick Nolte, Jeremy Northam, Anjelica Huston, James Fox.. 2000, CC, MPAA rating: R, 130 min., Drama, Box office gross: $ million, Trimark, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: .

  • Santa Who? Disney telefilm has Santa, played by Leslie Nielson, taking a tumble from his sleigh just days before Christmas and developing a case of amnesia. While his panicked elves try to find him, an ambitious, Christmas-hating reporter latches onto Santa and helps him land a job in New York City. Soon it's up to a dedicated little boy to bring Santa to his senses and save Christmas. Stars: Leslie Nielson, Tommy Davidson, Steven Eckholdt, Max Morrow. 2000, CC, MPAA rating: PG, 90 min., Comedy, Buena Vista, $22.99 VHS SRP. DVD: Day & Date.

November 13
  • Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Slam-bam action film based on the Lara Croft interactive game series. Angelina Jolie plays Lara Croft, a well-endowed heroine whose one goal in life, it seems, is to save the universe from the bad guys. She travels the world to find the broken pieces of a magical triangle and keep them from falling into the hands of a mystical cabal called the Illuminati. Why? Well, once every 5,000 years there's this solar eclipse, and it will bestow godlike powers on the owner of the amulet. And so Lara is off to save humankind. But she also has an ulterior motive -- to use the amulet to give her the powers to talk to her long-dead dad. Is Lara really Indiana Jones in a push-up bra? Director: Simon West. Stars: Angelina Jolie, Jon Voight, Iain Glen, Noah Taylor, Daniel Craig, Leslie Phillips. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 100 min., Action, Box office gross: $131.043 million, Paramount, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 3 stars

  • America's Sweethearts Delightful comedy with a fabulous cast starts out like gangbusters but then slows down at the stretch. A cynical press agent (Billy Crystal) is called in to put out a studio fire: An eccentric auteur (Christopher Walken) is holding the print of his mega-budget film hostage until the film's press junket -- if there is a press junket. The film's stars -- married actors (Catherine Zeta Jones and John Cusack) have broken up after a string of nine hits. So it's up to the agent to get this pair back together at a remote Nevada desert casino, with the aid of the diva's assistant (and sister) (Julia Roberts) who, it seems, has had a torch for her sister's soon-to-be ex, who's just left a wellness guru's retreat. It all comes together at the casino, with unexpected revealed secrets that takes an askant look at Hollywood endings. Director: Joe Roth. Stars: Julia Roberts, Billy Crystal, Catherine Zeta-Jones, John Cusack, Stanley Tucci, Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin, Seth Green, Hank Azaria. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 103 min., Comedy, Box office gross: $95 million, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 3 stars

  • crazy/beautiful Run-of-the-mill teen romance tries to spice up the age-old wrong-sides-of-the-track love affair with a modern tone, music and dancing but just succeeds in being ho-hum. Kirsten Dunst plays a spoiled congressman's daughter who's an accident waiting to happen. Her last brush with authority forced her to make amends by picking up trash on the beach by her Pacific Palisades home. There she meets a handsome young man (Jay Hernandez) from East L.A. and the sparks fly. He's got good grades and a bright future; she doesn't wear bras. The film gets hot and heavy as these star-crossed lovers try to make a go of it. Director: John Stockwell. Stars: Kirsten Dunst, Jay Hernandez, Lucinda Jenney, Taryn Manning, Rolando Molina, Soledad St. Hilaire, Bruce Davison. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 88 min., Teen romance, Box office gross: $17 million, Buena Vista, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental.x DVD: Day & Date. 2 stars

  • Osmosis Jones Combination live-action and CGI bodily function comedy that sinks to new lows, so to speak. Osmosis Jones is an Alka Seltzer commercial come to life, with its story existing in two realms: the real world of junk-food addict Frank (Bill Murray) and the interior, CGI-created world inside his body. The action is officially kicked off when Frank eats a hard-boiled egg that has landed on the ground, gulping down with it a good dose of an evil virus. Thrax the virus rides the egg into Downtown Frank, where he's chased by Osmosis Jones, a member of the Immunity Police. There's an entire city inside Frank, with an election, wannabe cops and red blood cell girl friends. It's oh so clever in its execution as the film jumps back and forth between the two worlds, but the heavy-handed humor consistently falls flat (like an Alka Seltzer left in a class of water for too long) in both universes. Director: Peter and Bobby Farrelly. Stars: Bill Murray, Elena Franklin, Molly Shannon; voices of Laurence Fishburne, Chris Rock, David Hyde Pierce, Brandy Norwood, William Shatner. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG, 98 min., Comedy, Box office gross: $14 million, Warner, $22.96 VHS SRP. DVD: Day & Date. 2 stars

  • Point Men, The Action thriller with Christopher Lambert as an Israeli secret service agent assigned to track and kill a terrorist who is threatening the Middle East peace process. When the mission fails, his team is demoted, dejected and an embarrassment to the agency. When the other members of his team are killed in a series of brutal revenge killings disguised as accidents, the agent decides to take matters in his own hands. Director: John Glen. Stars: Christopher Lambert, Vincent Regan, Kerry Fox. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 90 min., Thriller, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Diary of a Sex Addict Glimpse into the life of a sexual compulsive, played by Michael Des Barres, who outwardly appears to be the picture of domestic bliss -- devoted husband, loving father, successful businessman -- but leads a double life cheating and lying and trolling for sex. Director: Joseph Brutsman. Stars: Rosanna Arquette, Natassja Kinski, Michael Des Barres. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 90 min., Erotic drama, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: .

  • Bride of the Wind Sensual saga of a woman for whom genius was the ultimate aphrodisiac. Like moths to a flame, some of the greatest talents of turn-of-the-century Europe were drawn to Alma (Alma Schindler-Mahler-Gropius-Werfel) (played by newcomer Sarah Wynter), a remarkable muse who ignited desire that would translate into masterpieces of art, music and literature. Alma inspired the hearts and minds of composer Gustav Mahler, painter Oskar Kokoschka, architect Walter Gropius and novelist Franz Werfel -- and married or slept with them all. Director: Bruce Beresford. Stars: Jonathan Pryce, Sarah Wynter, Vincent Perez. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 99 min., Drama, Box office gross: $0.410 million, Paramount, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: No.

  • Shatter Dead Low budget cult thriller reimagines the zombie film genre: the dead return to life and try to become a part of society, only to be rejected in a bloody war between the living and the dead. Amid the chaos, a lone woman tries to get through the madness, and her skill with firearms makes it clear that no one, living or undead, will get in her way. Director: Scooter McCrae. Stars: Stark Raven. 1995, CC, MPAA rating: NR, 84 min., Thriller, Sub Roas Studios (www.b-movie.com), $29.99 VHS SRP. DVD: No.

November 20
  • Planet of the Apes Tim Burton's reimagining of the 1968 "Planet of the Apes" is not the breathtaking tour-de-force that fans of the director -- and the series -- expected, but it still stands as a fine cinematic accomplishment in its own right. If there had been no original, this film would certainly be applauded but, alas, there is that first one and we'll always carry that version in our mind (kind of like our first boyfriend or girlfriend -- we can never shake the beauty of that first encounter). This remake loosely follows the original, with some extra twists and turns (including the ending) and some delightful, typically Burtonesque flourishes along the way. A fast paced, fun, enjoyable outing. Director: Tim Burton. Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Clarke Duncan, Paul Giamatti, Estella Warren, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, David Warner. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 119 min., Science Fiction, Box office gross: $180.000 million, Fox, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 4 stars
  • Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Dr. Seuss' classic Christmas tale comes to the big screen in an overdone, bloated production that drains the story of its life and meaning -- exacerbated by another scene chewing performance by Jim Carrey. But we're in the minority -- audiences flocked to director Ron Howard's outing to the tune of $260 million -- and the prospects of a video blockbuster awaits in the wings. Director: Ron Howard. Stars: Jim Carrey, Taylor Momsen, Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Baranski, Molly Shannon, Bill Irwin, Clint Howard, Anthony Hopkins. 2000, CC, MPAA rating: PG, 105 min., Family, Box office gross: $260 million, Universal, $24.98 VHS SRP. DVD: Day & Date. 2 stars

  • Best of Friends, The -- Vol. 3 & 4 Ten more episodes -- voted the best by fans and the series' creators -- of the consistently popular "Friends" TV show. Episodes are digitally remastered and expanded with never-before-seen footage. Vol. 3 and Vol. 4 are $14.95 each VHS, $19.98 each DVD; a two-volume set is $24.98 VHS and $34.98 DVD; a four volume set containing Vols. 1-4 will also be available for $49.98 VHS and $69.98 DVD. The DVD contains a behind-the-scenes documentary "Friends: On the Inside" that allows viewers to witness the creation of an actual episode from start to finish. Stars: Lisa Kudrow, Courtney-Cox-Arquette, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc. , CC, Warner. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Keepin' It Real Raw-D (rap star Kurupt) is breakin' through -- he's the newest star in rap and has a beautiful girl, Joslyn, willing to do anything for him -- including stealing from her producer father, A-Train Tranton. While in L.A., Raw-D convinces Joslyn to steal a recording master from her father, starting a cross-country journey that leads to her being chased by her father's thugs, her car getting stolen, and meeting a handsome traveler (Sean Blakemore) who makes her question her motives. Joslyn begins to wonder if the world of rap egos and wannabes is something to be seen only from her rearview mirror. Stars: Kurupt, Tommy "Tiny" Lister Jr., Sean Blakemore, Portia Realer. 2001, CC, Urban comedy drama, York/Maverick, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Breed, The Vampire thriller about an FBI agent (Bokeem Woodbine) who is assigned to track a renegade bloodsucker who is bent on exposing a government plan to integrate vampires into society. Along with his new partner, a good vampire cop, the agent follows the clues and bodies to the lair of a stunningly beautiful vampire (Bai Ling). When he finds himself falling for her, the line between the good guys and the bad guys begins to blur. Director: Michael Oblowitz. Stars: Adrian Paul, Bokeem Woodbine, Bai Ling, Zen Gesner. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 91 min., Horror, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Pornographer, The A lonely paralegal, who spends his nights with porn movies and prostitutes, decides to produce some erotic movies of his own. He finds immediate fame and acceptance in the porn world, only to discover that fame and fortune come at a price. Also available in an unrated director's cut. Stars: Michael DeGood, Katheryn Cain, Craig Wasson, Monique Parent. 2000, CC, MPAA rating: R, 88 min., Drama, Vanguard Cinema, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.  stars

  • Stuart Bliss Stuart Bliss has it all: a good job, a big house, a beautiful wife and a shiny red BMW. But after his frustrated wife walks out on him, Bliss' mind slowly slips into a muddled mixture of conspiracy fantasies, apocalyptic visions and rampant paranoia: His TV set becomes possessed, religious zealots surround him and his favorite cream soda turns radioactive. A black comedy that confronts the issues of privacy, identity and religion in the modern world. Director: Neil Grieve. Stars: Michael Zelnicker. 1998, CC, MPAA rating: NR, 88 min., Comedy, Vanguard Cinema, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Strange Justice Fact-based drama about the hearings to confirm Clarence Thomas (Delroy Lindo) as a Justice of the Supreme Court and the allegations by law professor Anita Hill (Regina Taylor) that he sexually harassed her. The administration tries to discredit Hill and, with the aid of a wily spinmaster (played by Mandy Patinkin), and attempts to keep other accusers from coming forward. In the end, of course, Thomas got his post and Congress sent Hill packing. But since then, some of Thomas' defenders have had a change of heart, and more doubts have been raised about his cleanliness. An absorbing TV docudrama. Director: Ernest Dickerson. Stars: Delroy Lindo, Mandy Patinkin, Regina Taylor, Paul Winfield, Louis Gossett Jr.. 1999, CC, MPAA rating: R, 95 min., Drama, Paramount, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: No.

  • Uncorked Minnie Driver stars as a wealthy young professional frustrated by her unsuccessful boyfriend's newest moneymaking scheme. During a holiday on her crazy uncle's country estate, the old man enlists her in a wild plan to throw her boyfriend back on track and help him find his true calling. Director: John Huddles. Stars: Nigel Hawthorne, Minnie Driver, Rufus Sewell. 1998, CC, MPAA rating: PG, 95 min., Comedy, Trimark, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Cement A neo-noir thriller that explores the tenuous alliance between rival crime crews in a small Texas city. The action zigzags between the slow torture on a freeway construction site where the heir-apparent of one crew is slowly buried alive by a bad cop and flashbacks to the twisted events of prior days. Weird. Director: Adrian Pasdar. Stars: Chris Penn, Sherilyn Fenn, Jeffrey Wright, Henry Czerny, Anthony De Sando. 1998, CC, MPAA rating: R, 100 min., Thriller, Studio Home Entertainment, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Enemy, The Terrorists have kidnapped a brilliant scientist, stolen the world's deadliest bioweapon, and are threatening to kill millions of people unless their demands are met. Now, a beautiful CIA agent and the scientist's son are in a desperate race to decode the formula, rescue his father, and stop the terror before rogue government agents stop them. Director: Tom Kinninmont. Stars: Luke Perry, Olivia D'Abo, Roger Moore, Tom Conti. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 99 min., Thriller, Avalance Home Entertainment, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

November 27
  • Made Mock-mob comedy has Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn playing a pair of losers (workers cum aspiring boxers) who seek a better life by getting jobs working for an aging crime boss (Peter Falk). Traveling from Los Angeles (where Favreau's character is the failed bodyguard/driver for his stripper girlfriend, played by Famke Janssen) to New York, the dim duo have a simple job: a high-stakes delivery to a Scottish gangster called the Welshman. But instead of being done with the simple job, the pair decide to play the life of high-rolling "made men" and get involved way over their heads in stretch limos, nightclubs and loose women. It's a kind of the "Odd Couple" meets the "Godfather." Director: Jon Favreau. Stars: Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Sean Combs, Peter Falk, Famke Janssen, Makenzie Vega, Faizon Love, David O'Hara. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: R, 95 min., Comedy, Artisan, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 2 stars

  • Pootie Tang Dismally titled, directed and acted comedy based on a sketch from HBO's "The Chris Rock Show." Lance Crouther plays Pootie Tang, a crime-fighting superhero in his hood who battles the bad influence of cigarettes and booze and whose superpowers come from a belt given him by his dying father. Naturally he's incurred the wrath of a conglomerate that thrives on selling bad things to good people, and the company's chief (Robert Vaughn) sends a femme fatale to get Pootie's belt. Now he must find the strength from within to fight the baddies. Incredibly dumb. Director: Lance Crouther, JB Smoove, Jennifer. Stars: Coolidge, Reg E. Cathey, Robert Vaughn, Wanda Sykes, Chis Rock. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 81 min., Comedy, Box office gross: $3.293 million, Paramount, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date. 2 stars

  • Divided We Fall True bittersweet story about a Czechoslovakian couple whose village has been taken over by the Nazis during WWII. Josef and Marie lead a simple life in their small apartment while outside the turmoil of war and prejudice is a constant threat. When they decide to hide a young Jewish neighbor in their home, they put themselves in danger, since a constant visitor is Horst, a German sympathizer with eyes for Marie. When she rejects his advances, he seeks revenge by trying to move a Nazi clerk into their home. But the pair lie, saying they need the space for a nursery because Marie is pregnant. But Josef is sterile, so the couple desperately employ their secret roommate to impregnate Marie to keep the Nazi at bay. Director: Jan Hrebejk. Stars: Bolek Polivka, Csongor Kassai, Jaroslav Dusek, Anna Siskova. 2000, CC, MPAA rating: PG-13, 122 min., Drama, Box office gross: $1.032 million, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Time Lapse Spy thriller about a secret agent who, after 20 years of service, begins to question his loyalty. His devotion to his job has already cost him his wife, family and personal life -- and now maybe his mind. He's been injected with the drug Oblivion, which destroys brain cells causing permanent memory and identity loss. He can no longer trust anyone at the agency, so he turns to his ex-wife for help. Will the pair be able to find an antidote before time runs it? I forget. Director: David Worth. Stars: Roy Scheider, Dina Meyer, William McNamara, Henry Rollins. 2001, CC, MPAA rating: NR, 88 min., Thriller, Trimark, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Road Home, The When Luo Yusheng's father dies, he returns from the city to his childhood village where his father was the much-revered teacher. What begins as a short trip to bury his father becomes much more when he learns his mother wants a traditional burial. She wants to have him carried by foot honoring the belief that a body returned this way would never forget the road home. As Yusheng enlists the men needed to fulfill his mother's wishes, the story of his parents' love affair unfolds. In the day of arranged marriages, Yusheng learns his parents' was the first based on love. Directed by Zhang Yimou ("Raise the Red Lantern"). In Mandarin and French with English subtitles. Director: Zhang Yimou. Stars: Zhang Ziyi, Sun Honglei. 1999, CC, MPAA rating: G, 89 min., Romantic Drama, Box office gross: $1.222 million, Columbia TriStar, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Wind River Based on a true story. In 1855, on the western plains of Utah, a battle rages for control of the American frontier. White settlers pushing West clash with the Shoshone Indians, led by chief Washakie. After Washakie's wife has a vision that a yellow-haired boy is the only one who can save their family, A Shoshone warrior kidnaps a young white settler. Nicholas Wilson. When a gang of settlers comes looking for him, Nicholas faces the toughest decision in his life. Trapped between two worlds, Nicholas must decides whether to return to his real family, or stay with the Indian family he has grown to love. Director: Tom Shell. Stars: Karen Black, Blake Heron, A Martinez, Wes Studi, Russell Means. 1998, CC, MPAA rating: NR, 97 min., Western, Avalanche Home Entertainment, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

  • Bread & Roses Involving story of a group of immigrant workers who take a stand against the giant corporation that employs them. Newly arrived immigrant Maya has just joined her sister on the job as a janitor in a downtown L.A. office building. Appalled at the work conditions and unfair labor practices, she teams up with a labor organizer to fight the ruthless employer. Director: Ken Loach. Stars: Pilar Padilla, Adrien Brody, Elpidia Carrillo, Jack McGee. 2000, CC, MPAA rating: R, 110 min., Drama, Studio Home Entertainment, No VHS SRP, Priced for rental. DVD: Day & Date.

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