Coming to DVD Nov. 17
For those of you who may have been living under a rock for your entire lives... "Star Trek" is a story about boldly going where no one has gone before. And, in a sense that is what director J.J. Abrams does with his film version of this powerhouse franchise. The fate of the galaxy rests in the hands of James T. Kirk, whose beginnings find him as a rebellious young man and the logical, virtuously emotionless young Spock.
Listen to Joe & Chris discuss the evolution of the franchise...
He's ambitious, he's bold, he's just a fashionable step away from taking over the world. The fashion minded Bruno is host of one of the most popular fashion telelvision shows outside of Germany when he decides to take his talents to America. The latest character from the mind of Sacha Baron Cohen to take to the big screen promises to make his mark one way or another.
Based on the beloved novel, the Fitzgerald family becomes a family divided. Sara (Cameron Diaz) and Brian (Jason Patric) are the parents of three children, Kate, Jesse and Anna. Suffering from leukemia, Kate relies on her younger sister Anna (Abigail Breslin) as she is the only member of the family genetically able to help in Kate's fight against her disease. But when Anna wants to put a stop to round after round of medical procedures performed on her in an effort to help her sister, the Fitzgerald home is shaken.
Also on DVD Nov. 17
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (Jeremy Piven - Rated R)
Hump Day (Mark Duplass, Joshua Leonard - Rated R)
The Open Road (Jeff Bridges, Justin Timberlake - Rated PG-13)
Wild Child (Emma Roberts, Nastasha Richardson - Rated R)
Thirst (Rated R)
Canyon (Rated R)
Blue Seduction (Billy Zane - NR)