DVD & Blu-rays Released April 13, 2010

Tenure

An indie comedy about a college professor (Wilson) who battles for tenure with a fellow colleague (Mol), and alternatively competes for her affection with her boyfriend (Daly).

Luke Wilson, Mike Million, Andrew Dal, Gretchen Mol

Comedy
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The Slammin' Salmon

In the latest comedy from Broken Lizard, (the creators of Supertroopers and Beerfest) "Slammin" Cleon Salmon (Michael Clarke Duncan) is a former Heavyweight Champion of the World turned celebrity owner of a high end Miami seafood restaurant, "The Slammin' Salmon". A terrifying bull of a man, Sal… more

In the latest comedy from Broken Lizard, (the creators of Supertroopers and Beerfest) "Slammin" Cleon Salmon (Michael Clarke Duncan) is a former Heavyweight Champion of the World turned celebrity owner of a high end Miami seafood restaurant, "The Slammin' Salmon".

A terrifying bull of a man, Salmon uses fear to rule over his misfit waitstaff (Broken Lizard's Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske, as well as Cobie Smulders and April Bowlby) and on this particular night, he takes his bullying skills to a new level. In an effort to pay off a gambling debt to the Japanese Yakuza, Salmon sets up a contest to 'inspire' his waitstaff to sell more food than they ever have before: the top selling server wins $10,000 while the waiter in last place gets served with a broken rib sandwich-courtesy of the Champ himself.

Spurred on by greed and panic, the staff resort to backstabbing, bribery and indecent proposals in an attempt to upsell their patrons while simultaneously sabotaging their co-workers. As the hours pass, the dining room action becomes more frenzied as the contest escalates into a brawl for first place in order to win the money.

Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Richard Perello, Jay Chandrasekhar, Paul Soter… more

Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Richard Perello, Jay Chandrasekhar, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske, Michael Clarke Duncan, Julia Dray

Comedy
101 mins

Tenderness

The film follows a violent teenager, Eric, whose life intertwines with Lori, a 16-year-old runaway who can't resist his charm. Crowe will play Lieutenant Cristofuoro, a cop who sets out to unravel Eric's complex past.

Russell Crowe, Laura Dern, John Polson, John Penotti, Howard Meltzer… more

Russell Crowe, Laura Dern, John Polson, John Penotti, Howard Meltzer, Emil Stern, Jon Foster, Sophie Traub

Drama Thriller

One Peace at a Time

Filmed in 20 countries, the documentary explores the insights of Nobel Laureates and others about improving the world.

Turk Pipkin

Documentary

User Rated: 4 / 5

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91 mins

The Final Storm

Lauren Holly plays a dedicated wife and mother who must deal with the end of days scenario -- all heightened by the arrival of a mysterious stranger named Silas (Luke Perry) who holds the key to the approaching doom.

Luke Perry, Lauren Holly, Uwe Boll, Steve Bacic

Thriller Suspense Horror
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135 mins

Pirate Radio

Inspired by the British pirate radio revolution in the '60s, the majority of the film's shoot will take place in a large rusty metal fishing trawler moored off the coast of England in the very waters that kept the rock of the '60s booming into the U.K. In 1966 -- arguably British pop music's fin… more

Inspired by the British pirate radio revolution in the '60s, the majority of the film's shoot will take place in a large rusty metal fishing trawler moored off the coast of England in the very waters that kept the rock of the '60s booming into the U.K.

In 1966 -- arguably British pop music's finest era -- the BBC played only two hours of rock and roll every week. But pirate radio blasted rock and pop from the high seas 24 hours a day. And 25 million people -- more than half the population of Britain -- listened to these pirates every single day.

"The Boat That Rocked" is an ensemble comedy in which the romance takes place between the young people of the '60s and pop music. It's about a band of rogue DJs that captivated Britain, playing the music that defined a generation and standing up to a government that, incomprehensibly, preferred jazz. Leading the cast are Philip Seymour Hoffman as The Count, a big, brash, American god of the airwaves; Bill Nighy as Quentin, the boss of Radio Rock -- a pirate radio station in the middle of the North Sea that's populated by an eclectic crew of rock and roll DJs; Rhys Ifans as Gavin, the greatest DJ in Britain who has just returned from his drug tour of America to reclaim his rightful position; Nick Frost as Dave, an ironic, intelligent and cruelly funny co-broadcaster; and Kenneth Branagh (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Hamlet) as British Minister Dormandy, a fearsome government official out for blood against the drug takers and lawbreakers of a once-great nation.

January Jones, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Kenneth Branagh, Bill Nighy… more

January Jones, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Kenneth Branagh, Bill Nighy, Liza Chasin, Tim Bevan, Tom Sturridge

Comedy

Defendor

A comedy centered around three characters: an everyday guy who comes to believe he's a superhero, his psychiatrist, and the teenager he befriends.

Woody Harrelson, Sandra Oh, Kat Dennings, Peter Stebbings, Nicholas Tabarrok… more

Woody Harrelson, Sandra Oh, Kat Dennings, Peter Stebbings, Nicholas Tabarrok, David Greene

Drama Comedy
135 mins

Pirate Radio

Inspired by the British pirate radio revolution in the '60s, the majority of the film's shoot will take place in a large rusty metal fishing trawler moored off the coast of England in the very waters that kept the rock of the '60s booming into the U.K. In 1966 -- arguably British pop music's fin… more

Inspired by the British pirate radio revolution in the '60s, the majority of the film's shoot will take place in a large rusty metal fishing trawler moored off the coast of England in the very waters that kept the rock of the '60s booming into the U.K.

In 1966 -- arguably British pop music's finest era -- the BBC played only two hours of rock and roll every week. But pirate radio blasted rock and pop from the high seas 24 hours a day. And 25 million people -- more than half the population of Britain -- listened to these pirates every single day.

"The Boat That Rocked" is an ensemble comedy in which the romance takes place between the young people of the '60s and pop music. It's about a band of rogue DJs that captivated Britain, playing the music that defined a generation and standing up to a government that, incomprehensibly, preferred jazz. Leading the cast are Philip Seymour Hoffman as The Count, a big, brash, American god of the airwaves; Bill Nighy as Quentin, the boss of Radio Rock -- a pirate radio station in the middle of the North Sea that's populated by an eclectic crew of rock and roll DJs; Rhys Ifans as Gavin, the greatest DJ in Britain who has just returned from his drug tour of America to reclaim his rightful position; Nick Frost as Dave, an ironic, intelligent and cruelly funny co-broadcaster; and Kenneth Branagh (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Hamlet) as British Minister Dormandy, a fearsome government official out for blood against the drug takers and lawbreakers of a once-great nation.

January Jones, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Kenneth Branagh, Bill Nighy… more

January Jones, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Kenneth Branagh, Bill Nighy, Liza Chasin, Tim Bevan, Tom Sturridge

Comedy