2009: Lost Memories/Yesterday  
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Includes a 175 minute feature presented in anamorphic video format with audio in both English 5.1 and Korean 5.1 language versions with English subtitles. Extras include the original Korean film trailer a production video diary and ADV Films previews.J.B.I. agent Masayuki Sakamoto uncovers a web of intrigue during a routine investigation of an attack upon a museum displaying ancient cultural artifacts. Clues from the museum lead Sakamoto to an underground band of freedom fighters willing to risk everything to acquire an ancient relic known as the Lunar Soul. As Sakamoto unravels the mystery everything he ever knew about the world he lives in will be turned inside out.System Requirements:RUNNING TIME: APPROX. 175 MINSFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: ANIMATION/ADULT SWIM Rating: R UPC: 702727175824 Manufacturer No: DLMMY/001

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2009: Lost Memories/Yesterday  
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Includes a 175 minute feature presented in anamorphic video format with audio in both English 5.1 and Korean 5.1 language versions with English subtitles. Extras include the original Korean film trailer a production video diary and ADV Films previews.J.B.I. agent Masayuki Sakamoto uncovers a web of intrigue during a routine investigation of an attack upon a museum displaying ancient cultural artifacts. Clues from the museum lead Sakamoto to an underground band of freedom fighters willing to risk everything to acquire an ancient relic known as the Lunar Soul. As Sakamoto unravels the mystery everything he ever knew about the world he lives in will be turned inside out.System Requirements:RUNNING TIME: APPROX. 175 MINSFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: ANIMATION/ADULT SWIM Rating: R UPC: 702727175824 Manufacturer No: DLMMY/001

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24 - Season Five  
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Eighteen months after faking his own death, Jack Bauer is forced to return to Los Angeles when it becomes apparent that the only four people who know he is still alive are being systemically targeted for assassination. The assassinations coincide with the signing of an anti-terrorism treaty between Russia and the U.S., leading Jack to suspect a link between the assassinations, the treaty, and a group of Russian terrorists. But as events slowly unfold it becomes apparent that the day's horrific events were originally set in motion by someone within our country's own administration – an individual with the power and resources to thwart Jack's every move.

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24 - Season Four  
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Twenty-four hours of an agent's attempt to stop a terrorist plot while caught up in a conflict between government agencies.
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Media Type: DVD
Artist: 24
Title: SEASON 4
Street Release Date: 12/06/2005
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Genre: TELEVISION

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24 - Season One  
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Twenty-four hours of a counter-terrorist agent's attempt to prevent the assassination of a presidential candidate.
Genre: Television
Rating: NR
Release Date: 17-SEP-2002
Media Type: DVD

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24 - Season Three  
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Twenty-four hours of a counter-terrorist agent's attempt to prevent a drug dealer from using a bioweapon in the United States.
Genre: Television
Rating: NR
Release Date: 7-DEC-2004
Media Type: DVD

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24 - Season Two  
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Twenty-four hours of a counter-terrorist agent's attempt to prevent a terrorist's nuclear device from exploding in Los Angeles.
Genre: Television
Rating: NR
Release Date: 9-SEP-2003
Media Type: DVD

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The Abyss James Cameron  
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Meticulously crafted but also ponderous and predictable, James Cameron's 1989 deep-sea close-encounter epic reaffirms one of the oldest first principles of cinema: everything moves a lot more slowly underwater. Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, as formerly married petroleum engineers who still have some "issues" to work out, are drafted to assist a gung-ho Navy SEAL (Michael Biehn) with a top-secret recovery operation: a nuclear sub has been ambushed and sunk, under mysterious circumstances, in some of the deepest waters on earth, and the petro-techies have the only submersible craft capable of diving down that far. Every image and every performance is painstakingly sharp and detailed (and the computerized water creatures are lovely) but the movie's lumbering pace is ultimately lethal. It's the audience that ends up feeling waterlogged. For a guy who likes guns as much as Cameron (his next film after all, was the body-count masterpiece Terminator 2: Judgment Day), it's interesting that the moral balance here is weighted heavily in favor of the can-do engineers; the military types are end-justifies-the-means amoralists, just like the weasely government bureaucrats in Aliens. —David Chute

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The Adventures of Indiana Jones - The Complete DVD Movie Collection  
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Raiders Of The Lost Ark, Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, and Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade.

All three films in their original format, restored and digitally remastered, plus a fourth disc featuring 200 minutes of extras including never-before-seen footage from all three films.

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Starring: Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Paul Freeman, Denhom Elliott, John Rhys-Davies, Kate Capshaw, Jonathan Ke Quan, Amrish Puri, Sean Connery, River Phoenix, Alison Doody, Julian Glover.

Directed By: Steven Spielberg.

Running Time: 540 minutes., Color.

These films are presented in "Widescreen" format.

Copyright 2003 Paramount Pictures.

Format: DVD MOVIE

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Alias - The Complete First Season  
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Golden Globe Award-winning actress Jennifer Garner (Best Actress In A Television Series, 2002) is Sydney Bristow. Syd's not exactly your average grad student. Her life might appear normal, but she's hiding a secret life working as a spy for the CIA. Sydney's world is turned upside down when she learns she may work for the very enemy she thought she was fighting. Now she's entangled in a covert lifestyle where she is forced to question the allegiances of everyone, including those closest to her. Entertainment Weekly says ALIAS is "a spy-fi roller coaster of killer gadgets, double roundkicks, triple crosses, poignant confessionals, cliff-hangers, sliced-off fingers, conspiracies, outrageous outfit, exotic locales, flirtations, mythologies — and that's just before the first commercial break." Now see the 22 mesmerizing episodes that launched it all in his 6-disc set. You'll also experience never-before-seen extras that give you special access inside the world of ALIAS. See the show everyone has been talking about that has redefined series television. This edge-of-your-seat collection with its heart-pounding action of unpredictable plot twists will have you gasping for air and begging for Season 2!

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Alias - The Complete Fourth Season  
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True to form, at the beginning of its fourth season J.J. Abrams'Aliasproceeded to reinvent itself yet again—and the results looked quite a bit like the first season, but with a decided twist. Super agent Sydney Bristow (Emmy nominee Jennifer Garner) found herself once more working for a covert secret-ops group that was "off the books" and headed up by Arvin Sloane (Ron Rifkin) as she was partnered with... Hey, wait, wasn't Sloane a badguy before? Well, yes, he was, but having been "rehabilitated" from his evil ways, he's now Sydney's new boss—nevermind the fact that he's trampled all over her life in more ways than one—and head of the CIA's new super-secret division, APO (for Authorized Personnel Only), which also includes all of Sydney's old friends, as well as her dad (Victor Garber) and love interest Vaughn (Michael Vartan). But as Sydney and Vaughn struggle with their budding relationship in the wake of his wife's death, and Syd also comes to realize her father may have had quite a bit to do with her mother's abrupt disappearance, a few monkey wrenches are thrown into the works. There's the emergence of South American agent Nadia (Mia Maestro), who's Syd's half sister—and the daughter of Sloane; the reappearance of Syd's nasty nemesis, Anna Espinosa (Gina Torres); a Sloane doppelganger (Joel Grey); and a mysterious cabal intent on harnessing the power of the legendary Rambaldi device.

Aliaswas definitely all over the map during its fourth season, and a few off-screen factors managed to take their toll onscreen as well. The end of a real-life relationship between Garner and Vartan gave Sydney and Vaughn's scenes a lack of romantic spark, but at the same time a decided tension, as the two warily circled each other and deepened their relationship; they clicked best in the episode "Welcome to Liberty Village," in which the duo infiltrates a Stepford-like suburb as a picture-perfect couple. And the absence of Lena Olin, as Syd's mother, was definitely felt, as her character became a looming presence despite little screen time. Where Aliassucceeded this year was in the dramatic impact individual episodes had: "Nocturne" was a captivating tale of Sydney in the throes of deadly hallucinations;"The Orphan" affectingly fleshed out the enigmatic Nadia's background;"In Dreams" (directed by Garner) probed the subconscious of bad guy Sloane, who wasn't as evil as you might think; and "Mirage" forced Sydney to impersonate her mother in her father's fevered dreams. Don't worry, there was plenty of action—especially in the season's final episodes, which prominently featured a deadly Sonia Braga—and despite its ups and downs, Aliasremained one of the most intelligent, compelling dramas on television. —Mark Englehart

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Alias - The Complete Third Season  
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The mystery and excitement reach unimaginable heights in ALIAS' spectacular third season. Special Agent Sydney Bristow awakens to an all-new world of intrigue from the very first moment of episode one, and her life is turned upside down as the action accelerates through the season's final frame. It's "pure, crazy, spy-fantasy fun" raves the Boston Globe. Enjoy all 22 episodes in this amazing six-disc collection and get inside the action with a world of exclusive bonus features. "In its third season, this ABC series rewrites all the rules — successfully" says the New York Daily News. It's addictive television at its best.

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Running Time 968 Min

Format: DVD MOVIE

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The Animatrix Peter Chung Shinichirô Watanabe Kôji Morimoto  
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Matrixwriter-directors Larry and Andy Wachowski commissioned seven artists from Japan, America and Korea to make nine short films set in the world of their feature trilogy. Some of the top anime directors contributed to this anthology, including Yoshiaki Kawajiri (Ninja Scroll), Koji Morimoto (Robot Carnival), and Shinchiro Watanabe (Cowboy Bebop). Some of the films tie directly into the narrative of the live-action movies. Drawn in a style reminiscent of Jean "Moebius" Giraud, Mahiro Maeda's The Second Renaissance(Part I & Part II) depicts the human-machine wars that caused the enslavement of humanity and the creation of the Matrix. The duel between two flamboyantly costumed Kabuki warriors in Kawajiri's Programis an expanded version of the cybernetic training Neo (Keanu Reeves) undergoes in the first Matrixfilm. Watanabe evokes the look of old newspaper photographs in A Detective Story,which falls outside the storyline of the features. Fast-paced, violent and grim, The Animatrixis an uneven but intriguing compilation that represents a new level in the ongoing cross-pollination between Japanese animation and American live action. (Not rated, suitable for ages 16 and older: considerable violence, violence against women, grotesque imagery, brief nudity, alcohol use) —Charles Solomon

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