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1. Justin Bieber Never Say Never(NIP)- $10
The film follows the pop star Justin Bieber during 10 days counting down to what is considered his biggest performance, that of August 31, 2010 in Madison Square Garden, which sold out in 22 minutes. It shows footage of the performances during this period from his My World Tour. It shows excited female fans, and several instances of the "One Less Lonely Girl" routine of inviting a girl on stage for him to serenade and give flowers to, and of surprising random girls with free tickets to his concerts. The main people around Bieber, being like family and good friends to him, are interviewed, but Bieber himself is not. Various instances of praying together before a show are shown.
The film also includes a visit Bieber made to his hometown while being in Canada for the tour. He is scolded for having damaged his voice while having fun with his old friends. Reluctantly he accepts the postponement of a performance in Syracuse. He is not allowed to speak for some days, and thus recovers enough to do the next performance, at MSG.
Also included are some stories and old videos of Bieber's childhood. He was raised by his mother but also had a very special bond with his maternal grandfather. The latter still gets emotional about the time that Bieber and his mother moved to Atlanta.
2. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command -$30
Buzz Lightyear must battle Emperor Zurg with the help of three hopefuls who insist on being his partners.
3. Beowulf- $8
Christopher Lambert ("Mortal Kombat", "Highlander") stars in this futuristic update of the classic poem written in 900 AD and set in a world of supernatural evil and inexplicable danger! Torn from a legend whose roots are buried in the mists of time, Beowulf is half man - half god. Living in a techno-futile world of the future, a medieval land where technology's secrets are locked away in a mute past, Beowulf fights his way through a besieging army and into a mysterious, ominous castle on the edge of nowhere to face an evil within... a beastly spawn of man and demon named Grendel. Now he must fight to the death in order to quell the raging violence hidden deep in his own bedeviled soul!.
4. Teenage mutant ninja Turtles- $5
phenomenally successful Nintendo video game, so it was a given that the movie would be a hit with its target audience of rabid young video addicts. This is what comic books fans call "the origin story," in which we learn how a foursome of small turtles were mutated by a green radioactive goo and turned into human-sized turtle crime fighters. Their large rodent mentor, Splinter, teaches them to master the martial arts. They're also gifted pop musicians, by the way (think of them as amphibious Spice Guys), so they can rock the house while they're cracking a crime wave with the help of their cute friend and television reporter April O'Neil (Judith Hoag). The script is terrible, of course, but countless millions of children don't seem to care, as long as the Turtles keep ordering pizza and dispensing their wisecracking brand of justice
5. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2- The secret of the ooze=$10
The Turtles and the Shredder battle once again, this time for the last canister of the ooze that created the Turtles, with which Shredder wants to unleash an army of new mutants.
6. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3- $5
Everybody's favorite giant turtles travel through time and space to feudal Japan to rescue their plucky sidekick April, when a golden sword accidentally causes her to switch places with a rebellious samurai.
7. Dream Works Book of Dragons- $10
8. He-Man and She-Ra a christmas special - $5 (New unupened)
Characters from the "He-Man" and "She-Ra" cartoons come together in this special holiday episode. Adora has returned to Eternia to celebrate Christmas with her parents and her twin brother, Adam. She's also brought a bunch of friends from Etheria with her to join in the fun. The holiday celebrations turn sour when Orko is playing in one of Man-at-Arms' new defensive devices, a Sky Spy. Poor Orko inadvertently launches the ship, and he ends up taking a trip into space and landing on a mysterious planet called Earth. Orko meets two children, Alishia and Miguel, who are lost in the woods. They join Orko in the Sky Spy to get out of the cold just as Man-at-Arms figures out how to bring the ship back to Eternia...with Orko and the kids in tow.
Of course, Christmas with He-Man and She-Ra wouldn't be complete without everyone's favorite villains. Skeletor and Hordak are commissioned by their boss, Horde Prime, to kidnap the children and deliver them to him...Horde Prime believes that they are the source of the "disgusting Christmas spirit" that is polluting his universe, and he is determined to get rid of them! Skeletor and Hordak compete against each other to see who can kidnap the children first. Alishia and Miguel end up spending a good portion of time with Skeletor, and in my opinion, that's the best part of the show. We get to witness the evil Skeletor become attached to these two kids and their Manchine puppy, Relay. It's hilarious ›
9. The Muppets take Manhatten(new in package)- $10
Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo, Scooter, and the rest of the Muppets are celebrating their impending graduation from college by performing Kermit's original musical Manhattan Melodies for their senior variety show. Following graduation, the friends decide to take the production to Broadway, but things don't go quite as planned. They end up living in bus station lockers and hanging out at a local restaurant while waiting for their Broadway dream to become a reality. Eventually, the gang loses hope, everyone goes their separate ways, and Kermit is left alone in New York City. After his initial disillusionment, Kermit rallies and develops a three-step plan to get his play onto the Broadway stage. The question is, will it work? And even if the play makes it to Broadway, will it be too late to reunite all the Muppets? The Muppets Take Manhattan is full of fun song and dance, the puppetry is great, and New York scenery abounds at every turn. Add a generous handful of guest cameos featuring famous personalities like Liza Minnelli, Joan Rivers, Dabney Coleman, and Vincent Sardi--cameos that were written not just as showcases, but as integral parts of the plot--and the talented Frank Oz making his directing debut, and this 1984 production earns its position as one of the classic Muppet Movies. The 2011 Blu-ray offers pretty good picture quality, but the most notable improvement from the previous DVD release is that the interview with Jim Henson, which was originally spliced into 14 separate menu segments, can now be watched individually or as one continuous (albeit still choppy) feature.
10. Charlotte's Web-$5
The 2006 version of Charlotte's Web is a very able live-action reworking of E.B. White's tale of the deep relationship between a pig, destined to die as Christmas ham, and the spider who saves him, ironically resulting in the very fate she hoped to save the pig from. Julia Roberts' voice is well suited to Charlotte's demeanor, and most of the star studded voice casting is excellent. Comparisons to Babe are ridiculous, considering that Wilbur has seniority as the talking pig in children's literature. Refreshingly squeaky clean amidst all the sneaky innuendo I find in too many children's movies these days. A good family film, recommended.
11. Treasure Buddies-$5
Disney's irresistible talking puppies -- Budderball, B-Dawg, Rosebud, Buddha and Mudbud -- are back in an all-new movie that takes them halfway across the world to the ruins of ancient Egypt. With the help of some exotic new friends, this epic adventure is a treasure trove of pure Buddy fun. In a race against a devious cat, the Buddies and their new friends, Cammy and Babi, must avoid booby traps, solve puzzles and explore a mysterious tomb -- all in search of the greatest treasure known to animalkind. Packed with action, heart and tail-wagging bonus features, TREASURE BUDDIES unleashes a celebration of teamwork and friendship your family will enjoy again and again.