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Café de Flore
(2011 Jean-Marc Vallée)

Att läka ett brustet hjärta är inte lätt. Ibland tar det en livstid... eller två.

Detta är berättelsen om Jacqueline, en ung mor i 1960-talets Paris. Det är en berättelse om att offra allt. Och det är berättelsen om kärleken; den euforiska, uppslukande, tragiska, ungdomliga och tidlösa.
[Atlantic] Region 2
Caged Heat
(1974 Jonathan Demme)

In a women's prison, a new inmate (Erica Gavin) falls in with a tough band of sex-starved chicks (Roberta Collins, Ella Reid and Rainbeux Smith) who shower together, fight and perform satirical skits. When they incur the wrath of the prison's sadistic, wheelchair-bound warden (Barbara Steele), the girls are tortured with electroshock therapy. Now, the only thing they want is revenge.
[Buena Vista] Region 1
Captain John Smith and Pocahontas
(1953 Lew Landers)

svensk titel: Brinnande Pilar

When Pocahontas (Jody Lawrance) agrees to marry two-fisted adventurer Captain John Smith (Anthony Dexter), she does so to create a lasting bond between her people and the settlers of Jamestown. Seeing their union as a marriage of convenience, Smith is reluctant at first to return her love, but soon comes to realize how much he cares for the beautiful Indian princess. So when her jealous ex-lover, Opechanco (Stuart Randall), decides to break the truce and wipe out the colony, he murders Pocahontas' brother before he can warn the tribe. Claiming the right to avenge his wife, Smith challenges Opechanco to a knife-and-tomahawk fight, a battle to the death that will not only determine Smith and Pocahontas' fate, but that of the New World, as well.
[MGM]Region 1
Carrie
(1976 Brian de Palma)

Carrie (Sissy Spacek) is an ostracized girl with a strict mother. But the teen has the ability to move objects with her mind, and when the high school "in crowd" torments her with a sick joke at the prom, she lashes out with devastating, deadly power. Director Brian De Palma deftly transfers Stephen King's first novel to the screen.
[MGM] Region 1
Casa de los Babys
(2003 John Sayles)

Six American women (Maggie Gyllenhaal, Daryl Hannah, Marcia Gay Harden, Susan Lynch, Mary Steenburgen and Lili Taylor) from varying backgrounds travel to a Latin American country to pick up their newly adopted babies. They're utterly shocked to discover that once they get there ... they're actually required by law to live there. Home sweet home? Hardly!
[MGM] Region 1
Casanova's Big Night
(1954 Norman Z. McLeod)

svensk titel: Casanova's Stora Natt

Hope in tights as a lowly tailor impersonating the renowned Latin lover, Casanova, while wooing the royal girl of his dreams whose virtue he's meant to be testing. Plush production, but Fontaine looks baffled by the buffoonery.
[WDI]Region 0
Casino Royale
(2006 Martin Campbell)

After a great deal of discussion--on the part of fans and producers alike--over Daniel Craig's suitability for the role of James Bond, he more than proves himself in this explosive revamping of the franchise.

Under the direction of Martin Campbell and with Paul Haggis helping with the re-writes, this addition to the Bond canon manages to hold true to the essence of the stories--the villainous villains, the fabulous sets, the beautiful women, the fast-paced action--while updating the formula with subtlety and humanity.

2-Disc Collector's Edition
[MGM]Region 2
Chamber
(1996 James Foley)

svensk titel: Dödscellen

Idealistic young attorney Adam Hall (Chris O'Donnell) takes on the death row clemency case of his unrepentant Klansman grandfather, Sam Cayhall (Gene Hackman), in this big-screen adaptation of a John Grisham novel. The pair's prickly meetings and Adam's visits with his alcoholic Aunt Lee (Faye Dunaway) force Hall to confront his family's dark past just as new evidence arises and suggests a government conspiracy in Cayhall's case.
[Universal] Region 1
Cheech & Chong's Nice Dreams
(1981 Tommy Chong)

svensk titel: Cheech & Chong's Sköna Drömmar

This third outing for the kings of stoner comedy -- Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong -- concerns their latest enterprise: selling ice cream from a truck. (But, of course, they're delivering more than just good humor to their customers.) Stacy Keach returns from the duo's 1978 debut hit Up in Smoke, and the supporting cast features other pop culture icons from the era, including Timothy Leary, Paul Reubens, Sandra Bernhard and Linnea Quigley.
[Columbia] Region 1
Chicken Little
(2005 Mark Dindal)

svensk titel: Den Lilla Kycklingen

Experience a fantastic world of breathtaking action in Disney's hilarious new movie CHICKEN LITTLE. It's "the perfect family film," raves Scott Mantz of Access Hollywood. When the sky really is falling and sanity has flown the coop, who will rise to save the day? Together with his hysterical band of misfit friends, Chicken Little must hatch a plan to save the planet from alien invasion and prove that the world's biggest hero is a little chicken.

Overflowing with incredible music and bursting with exciting bonus features, including alternate openings, an exclusive "making of" featurette, games, and much more, this sensational DVD is truly something to cluck about.
[Disney]Region 1
Clearing
(2004 Pieter Jan Brugge)

svensk titel: Hämnden

Wayne Hayes (Robert Redford) and his wife, Eileen (Helen Mirren), have raised two children and built a successful business from scratch. But when Wayne is kidnapped by Arnold Mack (Willem Dafoe) and held for ransom, the couple's world is turned upside down. Although the tense ordeal causes Wayne and Eileen to reassess their marriage, the upshot is that they come to a deeper sense of their commitment to each other.
[20th Century] Region 1
Cleopatra Jones
(1973 Jack Starrett)

Tamara Dobson stars as Cleopatra Jones, a jive female James Bond, a special drug agent for the United States government who wears sleek and hip clothes, drives a fancy car with a submachine-gun compartment in the front door, and travels all over the world to stomp out drugs at their source. Cleopatra has a loving relationship with Ruben, the well-meaning head of a drug rehabilitation clinic in Los Angeles. When Cleopatra travels to Turkey to oversee the destruction of poppy fields owned by Mommy (Shelley Winters) -- a lesbian drug dealer -- Mommy becomes upset. She exacts her revenge on Cleopatra by having the police close down Ruben's drug clinic. Nevertheless, Cleopatra continues to wreak havoc upon Mommy's drug business, and Mommy continues to try to do Cleopatra in, until finally there is a major confrontation between Cleopatra and Mommy and her minions.
[Warner] Region 1
Clockwork Orange, A
(1971 Stanley Kubrick)

From its opening shot of Malcolm McDowell staring with evil intent directly into the camera (which pulls back to reveal him drinking a glass of milk), Stanley Kubrick's brilliant A CLOCKWORK ORANGE announces itself as a completely new kind of viewing experience.

The film, set in an unidentified future, overwhelms the senses with its almost comic depictions of rape and violence set to an upbeat classical and pop music score. Kubrick based his chilling masterpiece on Anthony Burgess's culture-shaking novel about a young man growing into adulthood, but unable to shake his huge problem with authority figures.
[Warner]Region 2
Coal Miner's Daughter
(1980 Michael Apted)

The story of Loretta Lynn, charts the rise of the queen of country music from her upbringing in backwoods Appalachia to stardom at the Grand Ole Opry. One of eight children, she married at age 13 and was a mother of four at age 20. Shy and naive, she was pushed into music by her husband, Doolittle, who gave her a guitar instead of a ring for their wedding, in what was to be a career that also tracked her complicated relationship with this man. His strengths helped her create numerous hit singles, but his weaknesses inspired such immortal songs as "You Ain't Woman Enough to Take My Man." Sissy Spacek won an Oscar for her virtuoso performance, mimicking Lynn's voice nearly perfectly, while Beverly D'Angelo solidly impersonates Patsy Cline; unlike other music biographies, this film features both actors using their own voices in the singing scenes.
[Universal] Region 1
Collateral
(2004 Michael Mann)

Max (Oscar nominee Jamie Foxx) only took a job as a taxi driver to make ends meet. But he's about to have his craziest day yet when he discovers that Vincent (Tom Cruise), who's just paid him a handsome sum to be driven around all night, is a hit man. Max took the money with an eye on getting out of his dead-end job and opening up his own business. But now, it's up to him to keep Vincent's last hit alive.
[Dreamworks] Region 1
Colors
(1988 Dennis Hopper)

The hard edged, heart-thumping action of this film captures the vivid mark that gang life has left on Los Angeles.

Bob Hodges (Robert Duvall) is a seasoned street cop who has learned a lot from long experience while his new young partner, Danny McGavin (Sean Penn), has learned nothing yet knows it all.

Forced together to investigate a brutal gang murder they soon realise they must come to terms with one important fact - to stay alive they must come together.
[MGM]Region 2
Comment j'ai tué mon Pére
(2001 Anne Fontaine)

When the grown-up children of a missing parent are reunited with their father, they discover it raises more questions than it answers in a well-crafted mood piece from writer/director Anne Fontaine. Jean-Luc (Charles Berling) is a well-to-do physician whose practice is devoted to older patients, many of whom are forced to confront their fears about death. While Jean-Luc is used to dealing with such issues, they come home for him one day when he learns that his father has died. The news prompts Jean-Luc to look back at his younger days, and his difficult relationship with his dad, Maurice (Michel Bouquet), who ran out on his family when Jean-Luc was a boy and returned after he'd grown to adulthood with few explanations about where he'd gone (he became a volunteer physician in the Third World) and why he left his wife and children behind.
[Pathé] Region 2
Company Man
(2000 Peter Askin)

Former Woody Allen collaborator Douglas McGrath co-wrote, co-directed, and stars in this historical screwball comedy that offers up its own creative suggestion as to what might have spurned 1961's Bay of Pigs invasion. McGrath plays Allen Quimp, a nebbish schoolteacher who — in an attempt to appease his browbeating wife Daisy — boasts that he leads a double life as a CIA operative. Daisy immediately sets to work writing a tell-all biography, and as his rumor spreads, Quimp bumbles his way into working at an actual CIA post in Cuba. There, he's confronted by a Cold War vigilante who enlists his help in taking down the country's communist strongman, Fidel Castro.
[Pathé] Region 2
Company Men, The
(2010 John Wells)

Bobby Walker has everything the common American man could possibly ask for, a swish job, a decent paycheck and the perfect nuclear family. However, a bout of corporate downsizing sees him lose it all in a flash and he is suddenly forced to ditch his sharp suit for overalls. The follows the struggles that he, his co-workers, his friends and family must face when the American dream is shattered, and the lessons that they learn from the culture shock caused by company cutbacks.
[Universal]Region 2
Contact
(1997 Robert Zemeckis)

The opening and closing moments "Contact" astonish viewers with the sort of breathtaking conceptual imagery one hardly ever sees in movies these days--each is an expression of the heroine's lifelong quest (both spiritual and scientific) to explore the meaning of human existence through contact with extraterrestrial life.

The movie begins by soaring far out into space, then returns dizzyingly to earth until all the stars in the heavens condense into the sparkle in one little girl's eye. It ends with that same girl as an adult (Jodie Foster)--her search having taken her to places beyond her imagination--turning her gaze inward and seeing the universe in a handful of sand. "Contact" traces the journey between those two visual epiphanies.
[Warner]Region 2
Container
(2006 Lukas Moodysson)

With his 74-minute feature Container, Swedish avant-garde filmmaker Moodysson plunges, headfirst, into a surrealistic dreamscape and offers a sharp critique of contemporary society. In crafting this motion picture, the director pulls the audience into a different cinematic mindset - a stream of consciousness mode of storytelling, where he floods the viewer with everything at once - "relevant and irrelevant" - in lieu of a more conventional, linear narrative mode. Shot in patchy, grainy, high-contrast black-and-white, the film follows an obese man as he carries an Asian woman, piggyback, through a garbage-filled landscape. Meanwhile, an American actress narrates a series of free-association thoughts and voices a number of characters on the soundtrack, drifting languidly (in the Pynchonian sense) in and out of coherence - her observations laden with references to pop culture, spirituality, and consumerism.
[Metrodome] Region 2
Crash
(2005 Paul Haggis)

Tensions erupt when the tangled lives of a Brentwood housewife, her district attorney husband, a Persian shopkeeper, two cops, a pair of carjackers and a Korean couple converge over a 36-hour period in the diverse metropolis of post-9/11 Los Angeles. Sandra Bullock, Brendan Fraser, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Thandie Newton and Terrence Howard co-star in this Oscar-winning Best Picture from writer-director Paul Haggis.

2-Disc Director's Cut Edition
[Lions Gate] Region 1
Crimes and Misdemeanors
(1989 Woody Allen)

svensk titel: Små och Stora Brott

"Crimes and Misdemeanors" is a deftly rendered tale about the complexity of human choices and the moral microcosms they represent.

Cliff Stern (Woody Allen) is an idealistic filmmaker until he's offered a lucrative job shooting a flattering profile of a pompous TV producer (Alan Alda).

Judah Rosenthal (Martin Landau) is the pillar of his community until he learns that his ex-mistress (Anjelica Huston) plans to expose his financial and extramarital misdeeds. As Cliff chooses between integrity and selling out, and Judah decides between the counsel of his rabbi (Sam Waterston) and the murderous advice of his mobster brother (Jerry Orbach), each man must examine his own morality, and make an irrevocable decision that will change everyone's lives forever.
[MGM]Region 2
Crooked Hearts
(1991 Michael Bortman)

Adapted from the Robert Boswell novel, the film focuses on a very troubled family beset from all sides by conflict, arguments and scandal. The father (Peter Coyote) brings his wife (Cindy Pickett) and two sons (Vincent D'Onofrio, Peter Berg) to Washington State to begin a new life, but finds that the same problems have followed them.
[MGM] Region 1
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