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The following DVDs will be released Tuesday: -- "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" (IFC Films, $24.95) -- * 1/2-- A well-acted but somewhat disturbing Romanian drama that broaches the abortion issue. Romanian with subtitles.
A US District Court has ordered RealNetworks to stop selling its RealDVD software, which the company says provides users a legal way to copy DVDs.
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The following DVDs will be released Tuesday: -- "Feast II: Sloppy Seconds" (Dimension/Weinstein, $19.98) -- Direct-to-video sequel to the 2005 horror film. Jenny Wade ("No Reservations") stars.
RealNetworks Inc. was sued on Tuesday by Hollywoodâ€™s six major movie studios. The lawsuit is an attempt to try and block the company from distributing DVD copying software that the studios believe will allow consumers to copy DVDs outright.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The nation's top movie companies filed a lawsuit today asking a federal court to stop RealNetworks Inc. from distributing the company's RealDVD software which allows movies to be copied illegally.
The following DVDs will be released Tuesday: -- "Beaufort" (Kino, $29.95) -- *** 1/2 -- This Oscar-nominated war thriller is a very fascinating, sometimes disturbing tale about the emotional and physical toll of combat. With English subtitles (Yiddish and Middle-Eastern dialects).
By JONPAUL HEDGE Torbay Council, which effectively banned one of the world's most successful comedies 28-years-ago, is to screen it for the first time after declaring its own X-rating certificate void.
The following DVDs will be released Tuesday: -- "Deception" (Fox, $27.98) -- ** -- This predictable erotic thriller is a long, slow case of deja vu. Ewan McGregor and Hugh Jackman star. R (sex, profanity, violence, drugs) --Robert W.
The following DVDs will be released Tuesday: -- "88 Minutes" (Sony, $28.96) -- * -- A sleazy and dim-witted, "torture-porn" thriller that could use at least 88 more IQ points. Al Pacino stars.
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