The Mexican

The Mexican

Hapless small-time crook Brad Pitt is assigned to bring the priceless title handgun back to the U.S. from Mexico for his imprisoned mobster boss. But when Julia Roberts, Pitt’s put-upon girlfriend, picks that moment to leave him and head to Las Vegas to restart her life, Pitt is stranded south of the border, while Roberts is abducted by hit man James Gandolfini. With Bob Balaban and, in an unbilled cameo, Gene Hackman. 123 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo Surround; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; “making of” featurette; deleted scenes; biographies; theatrical trailer.Part road movie, part romantic comedy, part thriller, and a whole lotta fun, The Mexican could get by on

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Legends of the Fall [Blu-ray]

1994 Oscar(r) Winner: Best Cinematography. Based on the novella by Jim Harrison, this sweeping romantic epic is about the Ludlow brothers–two men (Brad Pitt, Aidan Quinn) in love with the same woman (Julia Ormond). Also starring Anthony Hopkins. Directed by Edward Zwick (The Siege). Screenplay by Susan Shilliday and Bill Wittliff.A box-office hit when released in 1994, this sprawling, frequently overwrought familial melodrama may get sillier as its plot progresses, but it’s the kind of lusty, character-based epic that Hollywood should attempt more often. It’s also an unabashedly flattering star vehicle for Brad Pitt as Tristan–the rebellious middle son of a fiercely independent Montana rancher and military veteran (Anthony Hopkins)–who i

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