New this week on DVD and Blu-ray, Ricky Gervais stars in the comedy The Invention Of Lying, Jim Sturgess plays a double-agent in the drama 50 Dead Men Walking, plus a look at Gamer, starring Gerard Butler, and Whiteout with Kate Beckinsale.
New this week, Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds star as fake fiancées in the romantic comedy, The Proposal; Sam Raimi directs Alison Lohman in the critically acclaimed horror film, Drag Me To Hell; plus a look at the box office bomb, Land Of The Lost, and one of the funniest animated movies, South Park Bigger, Longer, & Uncut on Blu-ray.
This weekend has not one, but two amazing movies opening, and they're both getting the kind of reviews that most genre films can only dream about. The first is Disney-Pixar's first 3-D movie, Up, which debuted at Cannes this month; while the other is the latest from horror director Sam Raimi, Drag Me To Hell, starring Alison Lohman.
Photos from the White Oleander press conference at the 2002 Toronto International Film Festival with Robin Wright, Alison Lohman & Michelle Pfeiffer.