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The critically acclaimed 'Black Swan' dances onto DVD shelves
today. Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis define their careers in
this enchanting thriller. I'm not big fan of dance, and you
don't need to be in order to agree that this film is a must-
see. Masterfully written and beautifully portrayed, 'Black
Swan' has the potential to resonate for years to come; an
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'Black Swan' DVD
Natalie Portman gives a bravura performance in this dazzling,
unsettling psychodrama directed by Darren Aronofsky. The film
is a thriller, even though it's set in the world of a pro-
fessional ballet company whose home is New York's Lincoln
Center. Portman portrays Nina Sayers, a driven ballerina who
gets her shot at stardom in dancing the Swan Queen in a pro-
duction of Swan Lake. Nina's technique is superb, but it's
questionable whether she can capture her character's seduc-
tive dark side. As she prepares for the role, it emerges that
she has difficulty distinguishing reality from illusion.
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'Fair Game' DVD
Naomi Watts and Sean Penn star in this film directed by Doug
Liman (The Bourne Identity). Based on a true story, Fair Game
is part political thriller, part marital drama. Around the
time of the US invasion of Iraq, Valerie Plame (Watts) is a
covert CIA officer and the mother of young twins. Also, she's
the wife of Joe Wilson (Penn), formerly an ambassador, but
now trying to get a consulting business going. But Plame's
and Wilson's activities run afoul of the George W. Bush
administration, which deliberately blows her cover, turning
the couple's lives upside down.
Watch a Clip: http://www.evtv1.com/player.aspx?itemnum=17499
'Made in Dagenham' DVD
Sally Hawkins leads a talented British cast in this enter-
taining, feel-good feminist dramedy based on a true story.
Set in Dagenham, England, in 1968, the tale centers on a Ford
factory with tens of thousands of employees, most of whom are
male. There Rita O'Grady (Hawkins), wife and mother of two,
is one of a couple of hundred women who sew car seat uphol-
stery. Rita reluctantly becomes the leader of an effort to
get the pay of women at the factory up to the level of that
of the men. There's a strike, the company threatens to re-
locate the factory, and the British government gets involved.
Watch the Trailer: http://www.evtv1.com/player.aspx?itemnum=17673
This animated musical is Disney's version of the Rapunzel
fairytale. Rapunzel (voice of Mandy Moore) was kidnapped as
an infant by Mother Gothel (voice of Donna Murphy), who has
raised the girl and kept her imprisoned in a tower. Now
Rapunzel is about 18 and has 70-foot-long hair possessing
the special property that it keeps Mother Gothel from growing
old. One day a thief named Flynn Rider (voice of Zachary
Levi) bumbles into the tower, and soon he and Rapunzel escape
together. As they are pursued by Mother Gothel, criminals and
royal guards, Flynn and Rapunzel have adventures.
Watch a Clip: http://www.evtv1.com/player.aspx?itemnum=17686
DVD Rewind: Born Free
Who hasn't cried at the end of BORN FREE? This unforgettable
classic is available on DVD.
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