Before Johnny Cash was the Man in Black, he was just another musician struggling to make something of himself. 'Walk the Line' chronicles the extraordinary rise to fame of a musical legend. Overcoming early hardships such as the accidental death of his brother, Cash (Joaquin Phoenix) stormed Nashville with his innovative blend of rock, folk, blues, gospel and country. But even as his creativity blossomed, his heavy drug use took a toll, leading to a period of destructive behavior and the failure of his first marriage. It was June Carter (Reese Witherspoon), daughter of the first family of country music, who lifted Cash out of his emotional chaos and helped him to become the man and the musician he was meant to be.
Run Time: 135
Release Date: 2015/10/28
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Manufacturer: New Line Home Video
Brand: NEW LINE HOME VIDEO
Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (DVD) (WS)Tenacious D In The Pick Of Destiny follows rockers KG (Kyle Gass - Elf) and JB (Jack Black - The School of Rock) on the road to superstardom as they become the greatest rock 'n' roll band on earth.]]>
Manufacturer: Touchstone Home Entertainment
Brand: Buena Vista Home Video
When rebellious street dancer Andie lands at the elite Maryland School of the Arts, she finds herself fighting to fit in while also trying to hold onto her old life. When she joins forces with the schools hottest dancer, Chase, to form a crew of classmate outcasts to compete in Baltimore s underground dance battle The Streets, she ultimately finds a way to live her dream while building a bridge between her two separate worlds. When life throws you curveballs, lemons, or closed doors, there's just one solution: Dance! Step Up 2 The Streets is a worthy entry into the inspirational dance-it-out film lexicon, with moves, choreography, and music that sometimes seem to defy even gravity. The spunky young heroine is Andie, played with sass and amazing dance talent by Briana Evigan (daughter of hardworking TV actor Greg Evigan). Andie's from one of Baltimore's grittiest neighborhoods, but her dance ability--forged in fire on the streets of Baltimore--lands her in a prestigious performing arts school, where she struggles to fit in even as her schoolmates are awed by her talent. With a nod to Love Story, our working-class heroine catches the eye of a privileged boy, Chase (Robert Hoffman), who's captivated by Andie's dance chops and genuine heart. Andie's fierce sense of self helps ground the film. At one point she lectures Chase, "Look, the streets is about where you're from. It's not some school talent show. There's no spring floors. There's no spotlights!" But the true star of the f...
Manufacturer: Warner Home Video
Brand: Warner Manufacturing
High Society (Sinatra Tribute) (DVD)Frank Sinatra, Grace Kelly and Bing Crosby star in this romantic musicalcomedy with songs by Cole Porter. With socialite Tracy Lord (Kelly)about to remarry, her ex-husband (Cosby)--with the help of a sympatheticreporter (Sinatra)--has 48 hours to convince her that she really stillloves him. Based on the film The Philadelphia Story]]>
Manufacturer: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Brand: Alfred Music
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