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Duck Soup (DVD)
70 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1933.
Summary:
As Prime Minister Firefly of Freedonia, Groucho soon reduces the kingdom to shambles. Harpo and Chico are secret agents disguised as peanut vendors and Zeppo is Firefly's secretary.
Credits:
Director, Leo McCarey; screenplay by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby; photography, Henry Sharp.
Dvenadtsat (DVD)
160 min.
- Feature Film
Title in English: Twelve.
Russian dialogue, English or French subtitles.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2007.
Summary:
Set in contemporary Moscow where 12 men must decide the fate of a young man accused of murdering his step-father. Consigned to a makeshift jury room, one by one each man takes center stage to confront, connect, and confess while the accused awaits a verdict and revisits his heartbreaking journey through war in flashbacks.
Credits:
Producers, Nikita Mikhalkov and Leonid Vereschagin; screenplay by Nikita Mikhalkov, Alexander Novototsky-Vlasov, and Vladimir Moiseenko; director, Nikita Mikhalkov; director of photography, Vladislav Opeliants; original music score, Edward Artemiev.
Enemy of the State (DVD)
132 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1998.
Summary:
"Robert Clayton Dean is a successful Washington D.C. attorney who-- without his knowledge-- is given a video that ties a top official of the National Security Agency to a political murder. Instantly, every aspect of Dean's once-normal life is targeted by a lethal team of skilled NSA surveillance operatives, who wage a relentless, ultrahigh-tech campaign to discredit him and retrieve the incriminating evidence"--Container.
Credits:
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, written by David Marconi, directed by Tony Scott, music by Trevor Rabin and Harry Gregson-Williams, edited by Chris Lebenzon, director of photography, San Mindel.
Erin Brockovich (DVD)
132 min.
- Feature Film
Based on a true story.
Originally released as motion picture in 1999.
Summary:
Erin Brockovich is a feisty young mother who convinces attorney Ed Masry to hire her and promptly stumbles upon a law case against a giant corporation for water pollution. Erin's determined to take on this powerful adversary even though no law firm has dared to do it before. The two begin a legal fight that will bring a small town to its feet and a huge company to its knees.
Credits:
Produced by Danny DeVito, Michael Shamberg, Stacey Sher; written by Susannah Grant; directed by Steven Soderbergh; photography, Ed Lachman; editor, Anne V. Coates; music, Thomas Newman.
Evelyn (DVD)
95 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002.
Based on a true story.
Summary:
In 1953, Desmond Doyle takes on the Irish family law system and the Catholic Church in a bid to be reunited with his children. Despite a strong work ethic, Desmond has a hard time holding on to steady work. Desmond's wife walks out on the relationship and his sporadic employment eventually attracts the attention of the law. A court order sends his two sons and young daughter to separate Catholic orphanages until Desmond can prove he's capable of properly supporting them. However, Desmond discovers merely getting work is not enough to bring his children back to him.
Credits:
Producers, Pierce Brosnan, Beau St. Clair, Michael Ohoven; writer, Paul Pender; director, Bruce Beresford; director of photography, André Fleuren; editor, Humphrey Dixon; music composer, Stephen Endelman; costume designer, Joan Bergin; production designer, John Stoddart.
The Exonerated (DVD)
90 min.
- Feature Film
Originally broadcast on television in 2005.
Special features: Actor's soundbites; from the writers; actor & exoneree bios; background story.
Summary:
The undeniable power of the true stories of six exonerated survivors of death row will engage your emotion, incite your passion, and envelope you in their search for the lost pieces of dignity and the lives that were interrupted.
Credits:
Produced bt Greg Schultz and Steven Tabaki; written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen; directed by Bob Balaban; director of photography, Rufus Standefer; editor, Andy Kier; music, David Robbins.
Eye for an Eye (DVD)
102 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1996.
Summary:
Karen McCann's orderly life is shattered when a stranger breaks into her home and murders her 17-year-old daughter. But shock and grief turn into rage and disbelief when the killer is released on a legal technicality. When he commits another murder--and is set free once again-- Karen is determined to make him pay for his crimes. Alienating her husband and her friends, Karen quietly and methodically devises a deadly plan for retribution.
Credits:
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Fairly Legal - Season One (DVD)
7 hr. 10 min.
- Feature Film
Originally aired on USA network in 2011.
Summary:
Kate Reed is a mediator whose skills are tested as she solves unconventional cases while balancing her complicted life.
Credits:
Creator/Executive Producer: Michael Sardo.
Fairly Legal - Season Two (DVD)
9 hr. 16 min.
- Feature Film
Originally aired on USA Network in 2012. English dialogue; Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing(SDH)
Summary:
Kate Reed never faced a fight she didn't want ... to win. A former lawyer, she's now a mediator who loves to resolve others' conflicts. But it's often her own conflicts that could use some attention.
Credits:
Created by Michael Sardo.
Fatal Attraction (DVD)
120 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1987.
Special collector's edition.
Special features include cast/crew interviews, featurettes, alternate ending, rehearsal footing, and director commentary.
Summary:
A New York attorney has a romantic fling while his wife is out of town, and then shrugs it off. But the woman involved with him won't be ignored, even if it means destroying his family to keep him.
Credits:
Music by Maurice Jarre; screenplay by James Dearden; produced by Stanley R. Jaffe and Sherry Lansing; directed by Adrian Lyne.

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