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Thrilling 'Tourist' now out on DVD

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  • Frank Tupelo (Johnny Depp) has his life turned upside down by a mysterious woman (Angelina Jolie) in "The Tourist."

      Frank Tupelo (Johnny Depp) has his life turned upside down by a mysterious woman (Angelina Jolie) in "The Tourist."

 
 

"The Tourist"

In this remake of the French film "Anthony Zimmer," Angelina Jolie plays the girlfriend of a financial criminal who has swindled a powerful gangster and the people of Britain. She is a mysterious woman who is instructed by her lover to get on a train to Venice and find a man similar to him in height and stature as a way to confuse and divert authorities. She picks out Frank (Johnny Depp), a vacationing teacher from Wisconsin.

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He is intrigued by her charm, and they have a connection. They get off the train and end up together in Venice. The mobsters and the authorities believe that Frank is the man that they are searching for, and the game is on. From this point on, the film becomes a little like a Hitchcock tale, with double-crosses, suspense, mystery, great cinematography and a cat-and-mouse game that is executed well. It's a great-looking film with an excellent cast. The storyline and the chemistry between Jolie and Depp will keep you entertained throughout.

"The Adventures of Ma & Pa Kettle Vol. 1 & 2"

Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride starred in this very popular series of films from 1949 to 1957. They were always true to each other and their 15 children, solving most of their problems using common sense.

Each volume features four films and retails for $14.98.

Volume One: "The Egg and I." "The Adventures of Ma and Pa Kettle," "Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town" and "Ma and Pa Kettle On the Farm."

Volume Two: "Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair," "Ma and Pa Kettle at Home," "Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation" and "Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki."

"Bruce Lee Ultimate Trilogy"

Bruce Lee brought martial arts to the forefront, and he was the most popular kung fu master of our time. He died much too young, and this collection features three films that have been remastered for great quality: "Big Boss," "Way of the Dragon" and "Game of Death." The bonus features include new edited movie trailers, interviews, outtakes, photo albums, a slide show and more.

"The Best of David Phelps"

David Phelps has a beautiful tenor voice and has sung to audiences all over the world. This program features some wonderful songs, but you will also learn about his life and his family. Some of the inspiring songs that are featured include "His Eye is on the Sparrow," "Nessun Dorma," "O Holy Night" and "Let Freedom Ring."

Available next week

• "Black Swan"

• "Mad Men: Season Four"

• "Tangled"

• "All Good Things"

• "Anything Goes"

• "The Cosmos: A Beginner's Guide"

• "The Wall: Live in Berlin"

• "Upstairs, Downstairs: 40th Anniversary Collection"

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