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Eat Drink Man Woman
(1994 Ang Lee 80:-)

Distracted by their complicated love lives and secret ambitions, three adult sisters reluctantly humor their widower father (Sihung Lung) by enduring the elaborate, traditional Taiwanese dinners he insists on having every Sunday. Ang Lee directs this charming tale that humorously examines the clash between modernity and tradition within the contemporary Taiwanese family. Yu-Wen Wang, Chien-lien Wu and Kuei-Mei Yang co-star.
Ed Wood Collection 1
120:-

One of the strangest men to ever occupy the director's chair in Hollywood, Edward D. Wood Jr, emerged as a writer-director in the mid 1950s in a series of low-budget movies focusing on crime, sexual deviance, transvestism, flying saucers, atomic radiation, and the occult. Wood admitted that the transvestism was autobiographical, but how involved he was with any of the other subjects is an open question.

This 2-Disc issue contains "Plan 9 from Outer Space", "Jailbait" and "Night of the Ghouls".
Ed Wood Collection 2
200:-

One of the strangest men to ever occupy the director's chair in Hollywood, Edward D. Wood Jr, emerged as a writer-director in the mid 1950s in a series of low-budget movies focusing on crime, sexual deviance, transvestism, flying saucers, atomic radiation, and the occult. Wood admitted that the transvestism was autobiographical, but how involved he was with any of the other subjects is an open question.

This 2-Disc issue contains "Glen or Glenda" and "Bride of the Monster". The DVD of "Glen or Glenda" is heavily cut. There are 7 scenes described in detail on the Internet Movie Database link under "alternate versions" which are all present on this laserdisc.
Emma
(1996 Douglas McGrath 50:-)

Based on Jane Austen's classic novel about manners and misguided matchmaking, this Academy Award-winning adaptation from director Douglas McGrath takes a richly comic look at the romantic meddling of young Emma Woodhouse (Gwyneth Paltrow). Surrounded by suitors (including Jeremy Northam and Ewan McGregor), Emma spends her time arranging friends' romances, never noticing that her own true love is right beneath her nose.
Errand Boy, The
(1961 Jerry Lewis 50:-)

Hired to spy on employees of a major movie studio, Morty Tashman (Jerry Lewis) wreaks havoc on Hollywood as he wanders the Paramutuel Pictures lot, looking for infractions to add to his report. Morty disrupts a wrap party, ends up in a swimming pool with a scuba diver and attempts to dub over an off-key singer. Also appearing are Brian Donlevy, Iris Adrian, Howard McNear, Doodles Weaver, ex-Stooge Joe Besser and the cast of "Bonanza."
Everybody's Fine
(1990 Giuseppe Tornatore 80:-)

In this sentimental, tragicomic drama, Matteo Scuro (Marcello Mastroianni) is an old widower living in Sicily. His five grown children have scattered all over Italy, and he has heard nothing but glowing reports from them about their lives and careers. One day he takes it into his head to visit these paragons who have fulfilled every one of his ambitions for them. Eventually he discovers that all his children have been lying to him for a very long time because they were afraid to disappoint their papa; their lives are shabby and very much on the edge, and one of them has long-since committed suicide (unbeknownst to him). This daunting truth provokes a heart attack in the old man, who still has a few lies yet to tell and hear, because he insists (as do his children) that "everything is fine."
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