RUMOR HAS IT: â€¢ Widescreen [16x9 1.85:1] Version â€¢ Languages: English & FranÃ§ais (Dubbed in Quebec) â€¢ Subtitles: English, FranÃ§ais & EspaÃ±ol (Main Feature Only). TIN CUP: â€¢ Widescreen [16x9 2.4:1] Version â€¢ Production Notes â€¢ Languages: English & FranÃ§ais â€¢ Subtitles: English, FranÃ§ais & EspaÃ±ol. THE UPSIDE OF ANGER: â€¢ Widescreen [16x9 2.4:1] Version â€¢ Commentary by Joan Allen and Writer/Director Mike Binder, Moderated by Rod Lurie â€¢ Additional Scenes â€¢ Featurette Creating The Upside of Anger â€¢ Subtitles: English & EspaÃ±ol (Main Feature. Bonus Material May Not Be Subtitled). THE BODYGUARD: â€¢ Widescreen [16x9 1.85:1] Version â€¢ Featurette Memories of The Bodyguard â€¢ Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You Music Video â€¢ Languages: English & FranÃ§ais â€¢ Subtitles: English, FranÃ§ais & EspaÃ±ol (Main Feature. Bonus Material May Not Be Subtitled).
Run Time: 502
Release Date: 1/12/2010
Product Information Specifications for 4 Film Favorites: Kevin Costner (The Bodyguard: Special Edition, Rumor Has It, Tin Cup, Upside of Anger) Below:
Manufacturer: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
Primetime Emmy Award winner Craig T. Nelson (Parenthood) returns as the bad-tempered but good-hearted coach in Season Four of the hilarious hit series. Get back in the game with Hayden Fox (Nelson) as he and Assistant Coach Luther Van Dam (Jerry Van Dyke) bring the Screaming Eagles football team into their divisionâ€™s Top Twenty, and he and girlfriend Christine Armstrong (Shelley Fabares) work to keep their relationship in play. Featuring unforgettable guest stars Al Michaels (Monday Night Football) and NBA All-Star Vlade Divac, and including all 21 episodes, Coach is the sports comedy thatâ€™s never a fumble!
Manufacturer: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
This Blu-ray disc will play on standard Blu-ray players & 3D Blu-ray players. To watch this movie in Blu-ray 3D, you will need a 3D-capable television and a 3D-capable Blu-ray player. THE ULTIMATE WAVE TAHITI plunges you into the stunning beauty of an island paradise on a quest to find the perfect wave-riding experience. Ten-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater and Tahitian surfer Raimana Van Bastolaer and a group of friends seek out the best waves breaking on the reef at Tahiti's famed surf site Teahupo'o. As their quest unfolds, you are plunged beneath the surface of things, to explore the hidden forces at work shaping ocean waves and the islands that lie in their path. Amidst surfing action, you navigate the cosmos and an ocean storm in a search for the source and nature of a wave's energy. Exploring mountainous Tahiti, you are thrust into the turbulent volcanic past of the island and its neighbors and discover the seagoing, wave-riding roots of the islanders themselves â€” a culture still rich in the music, dance and lore of the sea. Beneath the ocean, swimming with surfers, you explore the stunning, fragile beauty of the reef habitat â€” a turbulent, wave-shaping interface that envelops the island and nurtures the ocean's multitudes in motion â€” fish, dolphins, sharks and whales. When the truly big surf arrives at Teahupo'o, surfing play becomes surfing survival as the riders artfully tackle some of the heaviest surf on the planet!
Manufacturer: Warner Home Video
Brand: Formula 1
Formula I drivers compete to be the best in this slam-you-into-the-driverâ€™s seat tale of speed, spectacle and intertwined personal lives. John Frankenheimer (who 32 years later would again stomp the pedal to the metal for the car chases of Ronin) directs this winner of 3 Academy Awards,* crafting split-screen images to capture the overlapping drama and orchestrating you-are-there POV camerawork to intensify the hard-driving thrills. Nearly 30 top drivers take part in the excitement. Buckle up to race with the best. Light on story, this 1966 spectacle directed by John Frankenheimer was shot in 70 millimeter, with a cinematically enthralling emphasis on unique, visceral new ways of capturing the sensations of a car race. James Garner, Eva Marie Saint, Yves Montand, and Toshiro Mifune are part of the stellar, international cast whose characters plod through assorted relationship and business conflicts. But the film's real hook is the thrilling and inventive means by which Frankenheimer (The Manchurian Candidate) brings an urgency to the drama happening on the racetrack. A true master of the plastic techniques of obtaining and cutting kinetic footage, Frankenheimer offers more than a joyride to viewers: he makes action part of the compelling language of stories. Cameras are strapped to vehicles as they round the track, shots are taken from a helicopter, the screen is split between angles for maximum impact--even if Grand Prix doesn't rank among the director's best characte...