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New on Home Video: "Unstoppable," "Waiting for Superman"

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    Denzel Washington and Chris Pine must set aside their differences and join forces to stop "8 freight cars of hazardous chemicals--We?re not just talking about a train, we?re talking about a missile the size of the Chrysler Building!" from blowing up a Pennsylvania town. (Published Thursday, Nov 11, 2010)

    This week brings us a runaway train, a heartbreaking look at the state of public education in America, a junkie and literary giant, Woody Allen, two of the greatest films ever made about the world of journalism, Marlon Brando's dirtiest movie and Oscar-winning performances from Cher and Dustin Hoffman.

    Unstoppable
    Denzel Washington and Chris Pine are the only men who can stop a “missile the size of the Chrysler Building” from destroying a small Pennsylvania town. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our review and watch the trailer

    "Unstoppable"

    [NATL] "Unstoppable"
    Denzel Washington and Chris Pine must set aside their differences and join forces to stop "8 freight cars of hazardous chemicals--We?re not just talking about a train, we?re talking about a missile the size of the Chrysler Building!" from blowing up a Pennsylvania town. (Published Thursday, Nov 11, 2010)

    Waiting for "Superman"
    Davis Guggenheim ("An Inconvenient Truth”) takes a depressing look at the sad state of public education in America. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our review and watch the trailer

    William S. Burroughs: A Man Within
    A documentary featuring never-before-seen footage of the legendary writer, as well as a number of interviews with the people who knew him best. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    "Waiting for 'Superman'" Trailer Offers a Bleak Look at American Education

    [NATL] "Waiting for 'Superman'" Trailer Offers a Bleak Look at American Education
    David Guggenheim, the man who made An Inconvenient Truth, turns his eye toward the sorry state of public education in this film whose title refers' to our kids' last best hope. (Published Wednesday, May 30, 2012)

    You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger
    From the great Woody Allen comes this story of love, deception and uncertainty starring Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins and Freida Pinto. Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, read our review and watch the trailer

    All the President's Men
    Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford star as Woodward and Bernstein, the Washington Post reporters who blew the lid off the Watergate scandal and helped take down Nixon. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger"

    [NATL] "You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger"
    Woody Allen presents Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Lucy Punch, Antonio Banderas, Frieda Pinto and Gemma Jones in a story of faith, uncertainty and lust. (Published Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010)

    Hoodwinked
    With the sequel just around the corner, now’s your chance to catch the first installment of the James Bond-meets-Mother Goose retelling of “Little Red Riding Hood.” Now available on Blu-ray and DVD, watch the trailer

    Last Tango in Paris
    Pay your respects to the recently departed Maria Schneider by watching her best known film, starring Marlon Brando as a man trying to recover from his wife’s suicide by diving headlong into a sexual relationship with a younger woman. Now available on Blu-ray, we'd get fired for linking to the trailer

    Moonstruck
    Cher won an Oscar for playing a middle-aged Italian-American woman torn between her fiancé, played by Danny Aiello, and his much younger brother, played by Nicolas Cage. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    Network
    When a TV anchor declares his intention to commit suicide on the air, the suits running the station cynically exploit his rage in the name of ratings. Not much has changed in 35 years since this classic critique of mass media. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

    Rain Man
    Dustin Hoffman won his second Best Actor Oscar for playing exactly the kind of role the Academy has come to love, an autistic savant who is reunited with his long lost brother, played by Tom Cruise, after their father dies. Now available on Blu-ray, watch the trailer