Beat The Band from Warner Bros.

Ann Rogers is a lovely young opera student who would rather croon a mellow swing tune. Handsome Damon Dillingham is her classical voice instructor, although he’s really the former leader of a swell big band, and he needs Ann’s tuition money to reunite his group for a nightclub gig that follows appearances by Gene Krupa and his band. Can Ann and Damon reveal their true selves, work through misunderstandings and mixed-up feelings, and find romantic and musical bliss? Swing’s the thing for Frances Langford (beloved by World War II GIs for her performances overseas with Bob Hope’s USO Tours) as she portrays Ann in Beat the Band. Phillip Terry (The Lost Weekend) plays Damon, Ralph Edwards (TV ‘s This Is Your Life) provides comedy fun as a scheming band rep and Gene Krupa isn’t just on the nightclub’s bill – he’s in the movie with a red-hot “Shadow Rhapsody” and more.

For Richer, For Poorer from Warner Bros.

Jack Lemmon stars as a successful businessman who loves to work, and makes millions doing it, while his son Michael (Jonathan Silverman) is happy just sitting back and having it made. So dad decides to teach him a lesson by giving away every dollar of his hard earned fortune, but comedy ensues when the lesson backfires. Although his mistress (Joanna Gleason) remains loyal, his wife (Talia Shire) is finding it a struggle, and Michael shows no interest whatsoever in finding a job. So now it’s up to Dad to make his millions all over again — but times have changed. Making it all over proves a lot harder than making it the first time around as Jack Lemmon proves in this comedy with a million dollars and a million laughs.

Happily Ever After: Robinita Hood from Warner Bros.

From the award-winning children’s series Happily Ever After: Fairytales for Every Child, HBO presents this magical, animated musical special that puts a feminist spin on one of the world’s most famous fairy tales. With the help of her faithful band of Merry Chicas, Robinita Hood (Rosie Perez) saves her village from the evil Sherriff de Jamon (Rick Najera) in this salsa-fied adaptation of the classic adventure tale.

Mean Streets (Blu-ray) from Warner Bros.

A hard-hitting classic of streetwise realism: Martin Scorsese’s searing study of a young hood and his friends in New York’s Little Italy, starring Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel. Year: 1973 Director: Martin Scorsese Starring: Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, David Proval

Hysterical Blindness from Warner Bros.

Uma Thurman and Juliette Lewis, two of today’s most sensational actresses, tackle what it was to be single in the 80’s in a new movie with a terrific 80’s soundtrack.It’s 1987 in Bayonne, New Jersey. The bars are full and smoky and Debby (Thurman) and Beth (Lewis) are out looking for a good time. Debby is searching for the kind of love they sing about in songs, the kind that lasts forever. What she can’t see is that most guys are only looking for a love that lasts one night.From Mira Nair, director of Monsoon Wedding and Mississippi Masala.

Traveling Man from Warner Bros.

Meet Ben Cluett (John Lithgow). Once he was the top salesman in the territory, now he’s in a slump. To snap him out of it, Ben’s boss teams him with eager rookie Billy Fox (Jonathan Silverman), and a routine sales trip soon turns into an outrageous journey full of unplanned detours (a frat house Mardi Gras beer blast) and rougher than usual roads (Billy is after Ben’s job). It’s not all downhill, though. Ben meets Joanna Reath (Margaret Colin), a beautiful stranger who shows him that it’s never too late to find love and happiness-you just have to take the right exit. Irvin Kershner directed this poignant comedy.

Girl In The Caf?, The from Warner Bros.

He’s a shy civil servant (Bill Nighy, Love Actually) working for the British delegation to the 2005 G8 Summit. She’s an alluring young woman (Kelly McDonald, Finding Neverland) he meets at a cafe – and invites her to the Summit on a whim. Together, this unlikely couple might just change history.

Heist, The from Warner Bros.

There’s a different kind of race going on at the track in San Diego, but you’d have to be on the inside to know about it. After serving four years, Neal Skinner is out of jail, but he’s put time behind bars to good use- planning his revenge. It was Neal’s partner in track security, Ebet Berens who framed him in an emerald smuggling deal. Ebet took Neal for everything he had-including his woman-and now Neal wants it back! His plan– to holdup the track; get Berens put behind bars; and win back the love of the woman he lost-seems simple enough. But Berens knows Skinner is up to something; and Skinner knows Beren knows. Hot on both their trails is Leland, an angry cop who a figure there’s something crooked going down. It’s a brutal game of cross and double-cross, with $5 million, a car full of emeralds and the love of a beautiful woman at stake.

Naked World from Warner Bros.

A globally scaled follow-up to April 2001’s highly rated Naked States: America Undercover, this documentary follows the celebrated and controversial artist Spencer Tunick on his latest, most ambitious project: a one-year trek to all seven continents to take photographs of naked people, individually and in groups, against various man-made and natural backdrops. Over the course of one year, all seven continents (including Antarctica – BRRRRR!) and nine countries (Canada, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Russia, Australia, Japan, South Africa and Brazil), Tunick and his crew map out an ambitious agenda that says as much about the cultures he encounters as it does about the subjects and landmarks he photographs. The film questions what nakedness means to people in different countries and climates, both geographic and political, and underscores just how volatile the debate about nudity as a legitimate art form can be.

Head Office from Warner Bros.

Judge Reinhold, Rick Moranis, Jane Seymour, Wallace Shawn, Danny DeVito and Don King are out to make it big in the world of big business in the outrageous comedy HEAD OFFICE. Inc. International makes everything from hair removal cream to nuclear warhead. They’re a global power, with enough cash flow to run or ruin a small South American country even a big one. The secret of how to make it there- or at any major corporation- is played out in the shamelessly hilarious and scruple-free HEAD OFFICE. From the senator’s son with a conscience to the chairman of the board without one, from women who sleep their way to the top to the guys who cheat their way there, from bribing dictators to taking dictation, there are many ways to make it – and lose it – in corporate America. Just don’t wear brown shoes with a blue suit.

State Of Emergency from Warner Bros.

Dr. Novelli is a doctor in a crumbling hospital system, facing an endless stream of emergencies and a shortage of equipment and manpower. So when a man’s life hangs in the balance, should the doctor play by the rules and let him die, or take a chance that might save him? It could cost a life – or a career.

The Lord Of The Rings Exclusive “One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor” Adult T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This EXCLUSIVE The Lord of the Rings “One Does Not Simply Walk into Mordor” t-shirt features the classic line delivered by Boromir in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This 100% cotton black t-shirt features a striking, smoking image of Mordor. Available in adult sizes.

The Lord Of The Rings Exclusive “One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor” Adult T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This EXCLUSIVE The Lord of the Rings “One Does Not Simply Walk into Mordor” t-shirt features the classic line delivered by Boromir in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This 100% cotton black t-shirt features a striking, smoking image of Mordor. Available in adult sizes.

The Lord Of The Rings Exclusive “One Does Not Simply Walk Into Mordor” Adult T-Shirt from Warner Bros.

This EXCLUSIVE The Lord of the Rings “One Does Not Simply Walk into Mordor” t-shirt features the classic line delivered by Boromir in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. This 100% cotton black t-shirt features a striking, smoking image of Mordor. Available in adult sizes.

Shot In The Heart from Warner Bros.

January 1977. Gary Gilmore is about to become the first convicted murderer to be executed in a decade. His brother Mikal can help prevent the execution, but first he has to come to terms with the brother he barely knew. Together, they discover a shared past, born of a brutal father, raised in a family haunted by death, religion and superstition. With a media storm raging outside the prison, another storm is brewing inside as a tortured son meets his brother and his fate.