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SILVER LININGS & more New Releases for April 30

We have another diminutive week nevertheless filled with goodness—documentaries, multi-award winners, a bunch of nearly forgotten films from the Fox archives, and much more. Here's the list:


BLU = Also available to rent on Blu-ray disc

@ = Available for sale in the store (but we can special order anything, see us for details)

SALE = Click this link to purchase select titles from our online store


SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK--David O. Russell's adaptation of Matthew Quick's novel is a sweet tale of falling apart, the struggle to come back from losing a bit of one's mind, and the people we turn to for help. It features a fine ensemble cast with Julia Stiles, Jacki Weaver, Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper and Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence. My only complaint: not enough Chris Tucker.  BLU  @  SALE


THE DETAILS—With his suburban malaise in full flame, a mild-mannered husband and father (Tobey Maguire) puts all his self-worth into keeping his lawn the best on the block. Then a family of pesky raccoons messes it up and sends him into a downward spiral of dysfunction and worse in this comedy/drama filmed in Seattle and the Eastside. (Suck it, Vancouver!)  BLU  SALE


BROKEN CITY—Mark Wahlberg plays a former NYPD officer/current private detective who uncovers a whole lot more than adultery when the gruff mayor (Russell Crowe, best gruff ever) hires him to follow his possibly philandering wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones) in this tough-guy crime film.  BLU  SALE


NOT FADE AWAYSopranos’ creator David Chase’s coming-of-age film is set in the 1960s at the height of the British Invasion and follows a group of friends with ambitions to succeed as a band. BLU


THE GUILT TRIP—I know how it may look, but it definitely has its funny and touching moments. Plus, Seth Rogen! And I'll always love Babs because she's the greatest star. BLU


WALK AWAY RENEE—Jonathan Caouette’s follow-up to his 2003 documentary Tarnation takes him and his mother, who suffers from bipoloar schizoaffective disorder, on an emotional cross-country road trip.  



Dead Island: Riptide (PS3, Xbox 360)



Tom and Jerry Kids Show: Season 1



The Great Gatsby (1974)  @

Strictly Ballroom   @ 



Maigret-Episodes 37-39 (1991)

Maigret-Episodes 40-42 (1991)

Maigret-Episodes 43-45 (1991)

Maigret-Episodes 46-48 (1991)

The Syndicate: Series 1



Empire of Silver (2009)—China

Navigator: A Medieval Odyssey (1988)—New Zealand   This Vincent Ward film apparently played here in 1989 and then disappeared, until now  @

Young and Wild (2012)—Chile



All Hands on Deck (1961)

Berlin Correspondent (1942)

Bobbkins (1959)

Call Me Mister (1951)

Carnival in Costa Rica (1947)

Farmer Takes a Wife (1935)

Goodbye Charlie (1964)

I Don’t Care Girl (1953)

Irish Eyes are Smiling (1944)

Little Miss Nobody (1936)

The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)

Meanest Man in the World (1943)

Meet Me After The Show (1951)

The Model and the Marriage Broker (1951)

Moon is Down (1943)

Rascals (1938)

Remarkable Mr. Pennypacker (1959)

Royal Scandal (1945)

Sally, Irene and Mary (1938)

Sitting Pretty (1948)

Sons and Lovers (1960)

Surf Party (1964)

Teenage Rebel (1956)

Thanks a Million (1935)

Two Little Bears (1961)

Wake Up and Live (1937)

Whispering Ghosts (1942)

Whoopee (1930)

Young Swingers (1963)



Crazy Wisdom—The history of Tibetan Buddhism in the US  @

Cut Poison Burn

Dangerous Edge: A Life of Graham Greene

Fold Crumple Crush: Art of El Anatsui

Frontline: Cliffhanger


NOVA: Earth from Space

Nurses: If Florence Could See Us Now

Only the Young / Tchoupitoulas

Power Broker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights

The Revisionaries--A study of the cultural, religious and ideological clashes in public schools via the Texas State Board of Education

Shelter Me: Helping Lives, One Shelter Pet at a Time

Vito: The Life of Gay Rights Activist Vito Russo

Wagner & Me—Stephen Fry explores Richard Wagner's wonderous music and horrible politics



Ben Hur (2010)

Brass Ring (1975)

Challenge (1974)

Flirt (1995)--A reissue of Hal Hartley's film  @

Manborg  @

The Name of the Game is Kill (1968)   @

Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection

One Night Stand (2013)

Right to Bear Arms--A locally made film from director Oliver Tuthill

Sunset (1988)

Tale of Sweeney Todd (1987)

Vampire Blues (1999)

Yank in the R.A.F. (1941)

We’ll return next week with Upstream Color, Mama, the final seasons of Fringe and 30 Rock, Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher and more. Happy viewing.


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