William Allen Young Blu-ray Artist Details

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Title Year: 2009

District 9 (2009)

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District 9 2009-12-22 2009-12-22 -

When aliens land on Earth, a global conglomerate forces them into rigid containment zones where they are compelled to labor, even as their otherworldly technology is exploited for profit. As tensions build, a rogue agent leads a resistance movement.

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Title Year: 2003

Fear X (2003)

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Fear X - 2005-03-08 -

Harry Caine (John Turturro) is a security guard whose wife, Claire, was murdered outside the shopping mall where he works. Intent on finding the perpetrator, Harry searches tirelessly for clues. His quest eventually leads him to a hotel in Montana populated with strange characters who could possibly offer leads. Question is, can Harry find the murderer before his own tenuous grip on reality unravels? Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.

a.k.a. Fear X - Im Angesicht der Angst
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Title Year: 1989

Lock Up (1989)

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Lock Up - 1998-06-23 -

Only months before he's due to be released from prison, model inmate Frank Leone is transferred from a medium-security facility to a barbaric hellhole run by the ruthless Warden Drumgoole.

a.k.a. Sorvegliato speciale
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Title Year: 1984

A Soldier's Story (1984)

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A Soldier's Story - 1999-08-31 2009-03-01
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Racial tensions flare in this gripping drama set in Louisiana at the end of World War II. When Army attorney Capt. Davenport (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) is sent to Fort Neal to investigate the murder of a black sergeant, he faces a mystery much more complex than he'd imagined. Also starring Adolph Caesar and directed by Norman Jewison from Charles Fuller's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, the film was nominated for three Academy Awards.

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