2010 July 04

Archive | July 4, 2010

Another Woman’s Husband

After being witness to her brothers traumatic drowning death, Laurel decides, 25 years down the road, that she is going to get over her fear of the water by taking swimming lessons. Susan is the swimming instructor Laurel goes to for help, and as time passes, the two women form a close friendship that reaches beyond just teacher/student. Unfortunately, their friendship is put to the test after they come to realize that they’re in a relationship with the same man! This is based on a true story.

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya – Complete Collection

Blending smart humor, sci-fi, and fantasy, this anime series features a high school club specializing in the not-quite-commonplace. In MELANCHOLY OF HARUHI SUZUMIYA, the slightly off-kilter members of the title character’s SOS Brigade parlay their loves of time travel, alien life, and ESP into adventures that are anything but mundane.

Twisted Sister – A Twisted Christmas Live

Celebrate Christmas with these rocked-out versions of Yuletide standards like “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus,” “Oh Come All Ye Faithful,” and “Silver Bells,” as well as the Twister Sisters hits “I Wanna Rock,” and “We’re Not Gonna Take It.” This live performance was recorded at New Jersey’s Starland Ballroom in 2006.

The Interrogation Of Michael Crowe

An original movie for Court TV, THE INTERROGATION OF MICHAEL CROWE is based on the horrifyingly true story of the Californian Crowe family’s double-victimization. When 12-year-old Stephanie is stabbed in her sleep, the police working on the investigation turn to the closest suspect: her 14-year-old brother, Michael. As the story unfolds, it becomes clear that the policemen are doing whatever they can to cajole a confession from the boy, convinced of his guilt by such peripheral evidence as his interest in Dungeons & Dragons. Starring Ally Sheedy (THE BREAKFAST CLUB, HIGH ART) as mom Cheryl Crowe, this tragic tale of injustice sheds light on some of the faults and holes inherent in the judicial system, among which human infallibility takes its place.