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Heavenly Sword comes to DVD. So does Words and Music. Slice and dice!

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An apocalypse is inevitable when Heavenly Sword slices and dices onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital September 2 from Cinedigm. Based on Sony PlayStation's bestselling video game of the same name, the action-packed CG animation boasts an all-star voice cast including Anna Torv, Alfred Molina and Thomas Jane.
A dramatic tale of revenge, Heavenly Sword centers on Nariko (Torv), a trained warrior with flaring red hair, who gracefully possesses a titular, heavily sought after blade with incredible powers. As the sword's guardian, she must face a megalomaniacal ruler King Bohan (Molina) and his unyielding army, who are determined to obtain the powerful sword for their own manipulation.
As one of the most anticipated movies based on video games, the Blu-ray and DVD are packed with bonus footage including behind-the-scenes interviews with the cast and filmmakers. The film will also be available on the Sony Playstation Network.

Academy Award winner Juliette Binoche and Oscar nominee Clive Owen deliver what one critic calls "a great Hepburn/Tracy rapport."
Think Adam's Rib. Woman of the Year. Pat and Mike. This one's called Words and Music and even Kate and Spence would go for it: It's about an unlikely romance between two rivals. Prep school English teacher Jack Marcus (Owen) meets his match in Dina Delsanto (Binoche)---an abstract painter and new teacher on campus, and challenges her to a war between words and pictures. And in the process, an unlikely romance gets sparked.
Words and Music arrives on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital HD) DVD (plus Digital), Digital HD and Video on Demand September 9. It's fun, and mark your calendars to at least rent it. Featuring an audio commentary with the director and a behind-the-scenes featurette, Words and Pictures will be available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Kate and Spence not included . . . just in memory.

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