Very Good UPC Code: 024543444589 Director: Danny Boyle Genre: Adventure; Science Fiction; Thriller; Action Rating: R (Restricted)
In 2057, the sun is dying, and a crew must reheat the star to save mankind in this limited-release film directed by Danny Boyle. Bonuses: commentary, deleted scenes, production diaries, short films.
From Academy Award(R)-Winning Director Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire") comes the powerfully uplifting true story of one man's struggle to survive against mountainous odds. Aron Ralston (James Franco) has a passion for all things outdoors. But when a falling boulder traps him in a remote Utah canyon, a thrill-seeker's adventure becomes the challenge of a lifetime.
My name is Rubina Ali. I don't know when my birthday is, and nor does my father, but I do know that I am nine years old. Young Rubina is a one-in-a-million star. Plucked from among five hundred slumkids who auditioned for Danny Boyle's multi-Oscar-winning film "Slumdog Millionaire, "she saw her fairy-tale dream of stardom come true. Now that she has stepped into the limelight, what will life hold for a young girl from the Mumbai slums? Rubina tells her own incredible story, bringing to life a world of wastelands and rat-infested shanty dwellings, where she played marbles with her friends beside the sewers of Garib Nagar.
New Jersey officer Danny Boyle tries to help an old nurse friend who claims she has been falsely accused of assault by a wealthy shore resident, but the case becomes more complicated when the nurse's home care patient turns up dead.
Collection 2-Pack Box Set includes: "28 Days Later" - Hailed as the most frightening film since "The Exorcist," acclaimed Director Danny Boyle's visionary take on zombie horror "isn't just scary. it's absolutely terrifying" (Access Hollywood). An infirmary patient awakens from a coma to an empty room. in a vacant hospital. in a deserted city. A powerful virus, which locks victims into a permanent state of murderous rage, has transformed the world around him into a seemingly desolate wasteland.
From the author of Quintessential Tarantino, Gothic Fantasy: The Films of Tim Burton and Ordinary Heroes: The Films of Danny Boyle comes Mad Max: Movies of Apocalyptic Mayhem. In this book, Edwin Page examines each of the films in the original trilogy and
Danny Boyle was a born angel. At least that's what his granny used to say, and she should know - she raised him after his parents proved incapable. When she becomes ill, Danny is reunited with his parents but they do not get to live happily ever after, as the ghosts of the past haunt their days. And when the old woman dies, all of her secrets come to light and shatter everything Danny believes in.
What if a reality TV show like Jersey Shore set up production in the fictional seaside resort Sea Haven? What if hitting the gym, tanning, and doing a little laundry aren't the only things the contestants get into. By-the-book officer John Ceepak and his wisecracking young partner, Danny Boyle, have to babysit the buff and boozy kids partying it up in a Jersey shore rental house for TV's summertime hit Fun House while simultaneously trying to stop the rowdy kids from breaking the law up and down the beach.
What if a reality TV show like The Jersey Shore set up production in the fictional seaside resort Sea Haven? What if hitting the gym, tanning, and doing a little laundry aren't the only things the contestants get into? By-the-book officer John Ceepak and his wise-cracking young partner, Danny Boyle, have to baby-sit the buff and boozy kids partying it up in a Jersey shore rental house for TV's summertime hit Fun House while simultaneously trying to stop the rowdy kids from breaking the law up and down the beach.
"28 Days Later": In Director Danny Boyle's groundbreaking take on zombie horror, "28 Days Later", a deadly "rage virus" transforms the world into a seemingly desolate wasteland. A handful of determined survivors attempt to salvage a future - unaware that the worst is yet to come. "The Hills Have Eyes": A cross-country road trip takes a deadly turn in this spine-tingling remake of Wes Craven's classic horror masterpiece about a stranded family that falls prey to a freakish clan of bloodthirsty mutants in the New Mexico desert.
From Academy Award(R)-Winning director Danny Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire") comes an "exhilarating brain-twister" (New York Post)! After a blow to the head during his attempted robbery of a $27 million Goya painting, Simon (James McAvoy, "X-Men: First Class"), a fine-art auctioneer, awakens to find that the painting - and his memory - are missing. Forced by his ruthless crime partner Franck (Vincent Cassel, "Black Swan") to undergo hypnosis, Simon enters into a deadly love triangle with his seductive hypnotist (Rosario Dawson, "Sin City").