– Family Guy: Volume Five
– Beyond the Gates: Unrated
– Wall Street: 20th Anniversary Edition
– Boston Legal: Season Three
(Note to those who enter: The prizes, like the winners, will be randomly selected. So while some may get a copy of Wall Street, others may get one of the other titles. Just the luck of the draw.)
What two movies feature brothers Charlie Sheen and Emilio EstÃ©vez on screen together?
Send in your answer as well as your name and address for your chance to win. All entries MUST be sent to the following e-mail address: email@example.com. Be sure to include the word Crane. Entries will be accepted until September 28, 2007.
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Family Guy: Volume Five
Giggity, Giggity, Goo! The Griffin clan makes their triumphant homecoming when the Family Guy: Volume Five DVD Collection arrives September 18 from Fox Home Entertainment. A pop culture phenomenon with a widespread fan base stretching across the country, Family Guy: Volume Five features some of the most offensively uproarious antics from the show’s past season. The outrageous and memorable moments include Stewie and Brian joining the army and heading to Iraq, Lois becoming the high school “sex ed” teacher and Peter’s turn as the local neighborhood bully.
Beyond the Gates: Unrated
Beyond the Gates, the critically acclaimed independent film and winner of the Heartland Film Festival’s Truly Moving Picture Award arrives on DVD September 18 from Fox Home Entertainment. Garnering accolades from audiences and critics alike, Beyond the Gates (formerly called Shooting Dogs) was also recognized by the Vatican as a film with outstanding cinematic achievement. “A more stylish, authentic, tougher-minded film than Hotel Rwanda” (Variety), the poignant and moving story, based on true events, examines faith and personal responsibility when surrounded by the horror of genocide. “Brutally honest and emotionally raw” (Los Angeles Times), OscarÂ® nominee John Hurt (Best Supporting Actor, Midnight Express; Best Actor, The Elephant Man) and Hugh Dancy (Ella Enchanted, Black Hawk Down) give powerful performances as a Catholic priest and an idealistic young teacher who find themselves caught in a literal and spiritual crisis during the 1994 Rwanda genocide. They have to choose whether to stay with the thousands of Tutsis seeking refuge in their school, or to flee to safety via the “whites-only” U. N. rescue operation.
Wall Street: 20th Anniversary Edition
If greed is good, it’s about to get even better when Fox Home Entertainment celebrates the 20th Anniversary of Wall Street from two-time Academy Award*-winner Oliver Stone. This fascinating look at pride, lust, corruption and deception set in the money-hungry world of the New York Stock Exchange hits the market in Wall Street: 20th Anniversary Edition, on DVD September 18. What many consider to this day to be mandatory viewing for those that work in the financial sector, Wall Street introduced audiences to the ruthless and greedy Gordon Gekko, an extremely successful, high-powered broker played by Michael Douglas (The Sentinel, Traffic), whose phenomenal performance earned him the Best Actor Oscar in 1988.
Boston Legal: Season Three
While a scandalous murder trial rocks the city, it’s business as usual at the law offices of Crane, Poole & Schmidt, which means a full caseload of criminal insanity, hostage situations, cross-dressing, cannibalism and outright mayhem! Ethically-challenged newcomer Jeffrey Coho fits right in, lustful litigator Denny Crane finally meets his match and attorney Alan Shore continues to stretch the boundaries of the law – and prime time television! Created by David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, The Practice) and starring multiple-Emmy Award-winners James Spader, William Shatner and Candice Bergen, Boston Legal is a brilliant combination of biting social commentary, riveting drama, and wickedly outrageous humor.