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Queer as Folk: The Final Season  2005  3.0 ★ 870 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The fifth season of this groundbreaking Showtime series is just as scintillating as the previous four. The specter of Proposition 14, which will limit the rights of gays in America, hangs over the entire brood as they continue to live out the dramas of their lives. Brian (Gale Harold) mixes "friendship" with pleasure, Melanie (Michelle Clunie) branches out, a main character is forced out the closet, and more.


Queer as Folk: The Final Season: Disc 1  2005 180 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 1-3.


Queer as Folk: The Final Season: Disc 2  2005 180 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 4-6.


Queer as Folk: The Final Season: Disc 3  2005 180 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 7-9.


Queer as Folk: The Final Season: Disc 4  2005 180 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 10-12.


Queer as Folk: The Final Season: Disc 5  2005 180 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episode 13. Extras include extended scenes, Cyndy Lauper music video, series finale wrap party, Rosie O'Donnell photo shoot montage, etc.


Queer as Folk: Season 4: Disc 1  2004 145 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 1-3.


Queer as Folk: Season 4: Disc 2  2004 187 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc contains episodes 4-6.


Queer as Folk: Season 4: Disc 3  2004 187 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc contains episodes 7-9.


Queer as Folk: Season 4: Disc 4  2004 187 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc contains episodes 10-12.


Queer as Folk: Season 4: Disc 5  2004 122 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 13-14 and bonus features such as a behind-the-scenes featurette, a sneak peek of Michelle Clunie and Gale Harold's latest movie, a wardrobe closet, a photo gallery, biographies, previews and more.


I Do (But I Don't)  2004  3.3 ★ 88 mins Romance Rated: UR
As a professional wedding planner, Lauren (Denise Richards) understands there are few days more important to a bride -- or groom, for that matter -- than the day of the nuptials. When she meets Nick (Dean Cain), however, all her expertise and work ethics fall out the window. That's because she's fallen in love with the dashing and handsome man, but he's apparently already betrothed to someone else. Or is he?


Queer as Folk: Season 4  2004  3.0 ★ 700 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Brian (Gale Harold) is on his last dime in the beginning of yet another sexy and intense season of this Showtime drama about gay life in Pittsburgh. As Brian works to rebuild his business and his health, Justin (Randy Harrison) copes with some tough issues. He finds it hard to move on, and Debbie (Sharon Gless) also struggles with some emotionally difficult times herself. The Pink Posse decides to try boxing.


I Do (But I Don't)  2004  3.3 ★ 88 mins Comedies Rated: UR
As a professional wedding planner, Lauren (Denise Richards) understands there are few days more important to a bride -- or groom, for that matter -- than the day of the nuptials. When she meets Nick (Dean Cain), however, all her expertise and work ethics fall out the window. That's because she's fallen in love with the dashing and handsome man, but he's apparently already betrothed to someone else. Or is he?


Queer as Folk: Season 3: Disc 1  2003 187 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the episodes 1-4.


Queer as Folk: Season 3: Disc 2  2003 183 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
TThis disc includes the episodes 5-8.


Queer as Folk: Season 3: Disc 3  2003 135 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the episodes 9-11.


Queer as Folk: Season 3: Disc 4  2003 135 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the episodes 12-14.


Queer as Folk: Season 3: Disc 5: Bonus Material  2003 114 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes bonus features such as a behind-the-scenes featurette, wrap party footage, a music video, an animated photo gallery, a sneak peek at Season 4, trailers and more.


Queer as Folk: Season 3  2003  3.0 ★ TV Shows Rated: NR
In its third year stateside, Showtime's American version of the hit British series continues to turn heads. Set in Pittsburgh, a group of lesbians and gay men (including Gale Harold, Thea Gill, Randy Harrison Scott Lowell and others) try to sort out their lives and their loves, both in their relationships with each other and their lives outside the walls of their homes. The series unabashedly takes on sensitive topics with a style all its own.


Mickey Blue Eyes  1999  3.1 ★ 102 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
When mousy art-house auctioneer Michael (Hugh Grant) proposes to his teacher girlfriend Gina (Jeanne Tripplehorn), only then does he learn Gina's father is a mobster. Michael's blundering efforts to cozy up to the &NFi;famiglia&NFi_; make for a broad comedy of errors. And things get worse when a local godfather (Burt Young) buttonholes Grant to sell his no-talent son's gory paintings via the auction house. James Caan co-stars as Gina's wise-gu...


Mickey Blue Eyes  1999  3.1 ★ 102 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
When mousy art-house auctioneer Michael (Hugh Grant) proposes to his teacher girlfriend Gina (Jeanne Tripplehorn), only then does he learn Gina's father is a mobster. Michael's blundering efforts to cozy up to the &NFi;famiglia&NFi_; make for a broad comedy of errors. And things get worse when a local godfather (Burt Young) buttonholes Grant to sell his no-talent son's gory paintings via the auction house. James Caan co-stars as Gina's wise-gu...


Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy  1996  3.5 ★ 88 mins Comedies Rated: R
In this feature-length debut from acclaimed television sketch comedy troupe Kids in the Hall, obsessed scientist Chris Cooper (Kevin McDonald) invents a happiness drug called Gleemonex, and soon the entire country hits cloud nine. But the drug proves to have a nasty side effect, and Cooper must put a stop to the happy habit before it's too late. The Kids play more than 40 wild and weird characters.


Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy  1996  3.5 ★ 88 mins Comedy Rated: R
In this feature-length debut from acclaimed television sketch comedy troupe Kids in the Hall, obsessed scientist Chris Cooper (Kevin McDonald) invents a happiness drug called Gleemonex, and soon the entire country hits cloud nine. But the drug proves to have a nasty side effect, and Cooper must put a stop to the happy habit before it's too late. The Kids play more than 40 wild and weird characters.


National Lampoon's Senior Trip  1995  3.3 ★ 91 mins Comedies Rated: R
A group of high school slackers -- stuck in detention and forced to compose a paper about the public education system's failings -- find themselves summoned to the nation's capital after sending the essay to the president in this outrageous comedy. But little does the commander in chief know that the class brainiac wrote the piece and that the students on their way to address Congress are wild party animals. Matt Frewer and Valerie Mahaffey star.


National Lampoon's Senior Trip  1995  3.3 ★ 91 mins Comedy Rated: R
A group of high school slackers -- stuck in detention and forced to compose a paper about the public education system's failings -- find themselves summoned to the nation's capital after sending the essay to the president in this outrageous comedy. But little does the commander in chief know that the class brainiac wrote the piece and that the students on their way to address Congress are wild party animals. Matt Frewer and Valerie Mahaffey star.


The Kids in the Hall: Season 1: Disc 1  1989 125 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc contains episodes 1-6, which include the following sketches: "Call Girls," "The Eradicator," "Ballet," "Cause of Cancer," "Kathie and the Blues Guy," "Thirty Helens 1," "Sketch Comedy," "Tractor," "Sarcastic Guy," "Buddy's Better," "Womyn," "Gorilla," "Hey Man," "Citizen Kane," "Contact Lenses," "Deja; Vu," "The Daves I Know," "Menstruation," "Crushing Disco 1," "Good Grampa," "Explore Scott," "Elvis," "Thirty Helens 1" and more.


The Kids in the Hall: Season 1  1989  3.0 ★ 500 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Sketch comedy troupe the Kids in the Hall -- Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson -- turn the mundane into the surreal with their zany characters and stories in this Emmy-nominated series. Highlights from Season 1 include discussions about menstruation, the story of the big crouton, the wisdom of the 30 Helens, and the exploits of Cabbage Head, Head Crusher and Buddy Cole.


The Kids in the Hall: Season 1: Disc 2  1989 161 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc contains episodes 7-13, which include the following sketches: "Hotel La Rut," "Plummet," "First Poem," "Fletcher Christian," "Ping Pong," "The Vacation," "Chain Gang," "The Banker," "A Place To Die," "Secretaries," "Hoopla," "Nobody Likes Us," "McGuillicutty and Kurosawa," "Thirty Helens Coleslaw," "Under Control," "Gunslinger I," "Barbershop," "Mood Swing," "Billy Dreamer 1," "Folk Music," "Skoora!," "Networking," "Lopez 1" and more.


The Kids in the Hall: Season 1: Disc 3  1989 192 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc contains episodes 14-20, which include the following sketches: "Editors Intro," "Editors (Film)," "Break Up," "I Lied," "Dull Death," "I'm a Cat," "My Routine," "Schoolroom," "Editors Finale," "Death Row," "White Guy," "Crazy Love," "Buddy's Island," "Captain Alan," "Mechanic," "Baby," "The Floater," "Manny Coon," "Thirty Helens: Minds," "Bass Player," "Compensation," "Thirty Helens: Disagree," "Dr. Seuss Bible" and more.


The Kids in the Hall: Season 1: Bonus Material  1989 125 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following bonus material: "An Oral History," which contains 45 minutes of interviews with the Kids and Lorne Michaels, an audio commentary by the Kids, two "best-of" compilations (including the rare pilot episode), 30 minutes of not-seen-on-TV performances from the Rivoli Theater and much more.

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