April 29th Netflix DVD releases


Here you go citizens. A nice buffet of tasty dishes hot of the DVD press.

47 Ronin Based on the famous true story, this historical action-adventure follows the honor-bound exploits of 47 samurai warriors who patiently plot to exact revenge on a court official responsible for their master's death.

Seal Team 8: Behind Enemy Lines During an unsanctioned mission in Africa, a covert team of U.S. Navy SEALs has only 36 hours to locate a secret mining operation and prevent the sale of weapons-grade uranium to international terrorists.

The Legend of Hercules Springing from classical legend, the hero Hercules is born half-human and half-god and chosen by destiny to overthrow the cruel king of Greece. Hercules also longs for the heart of Princess Hebe and must ultimately choose between love and war.

The Little Rascals Save the Day Updating the classic 1930s series for a new generation of fans, a mischievous gang of third graders wreaks comedic havoc on their surroundings. Besides getting into trouble wherever they go, the kids are always looking out for their beloved grandma.

The Pirate Fairy After free-spirited fairy Zarina makes off with some precious Blue Pixie Dust, Tinker Bell and her friends set out to find her -- only to discover that Zarina has fallen in with the wily pirates of Skull Rock.

Bad Country In 1983, veteran Baton Rouge detective Bud Carter infiltrates the most powerful criminal enterprise in the South. After taking down its top lieutenant, contract killer Jesse Weiland, the detective convinces him to become an informant.

Gimme Shelter After running away from her abusive mother, streetwise teen Apple locates her father, who's never been part of her life, but he rejects her when he learns that she's pregnant. Desperate and alone, Apple seeks help from a compassionate priest.

Gloria A middle-aged divorcée looking to fill the void in her life sees an opportunity for a permanent relationship when she meets a charming former naval officer. But baggage from the past may derail their romance.

Labor Day What begins as a short ride turns into a life-changing event for divorced single mother Adele Wheeler and her 13-year-old son, Henry, when they give a lift to a bloodied man on a fateful Labor Day weekend.

The Best Offer An auction house owner who lives in seclusion amid a collection of female portraiture is hired by a woman who refuses to meet in person. But as his business relationship with his enigmatic client grows, so does his dormant libido.

The Rocket Determined to disprove the common belief that he brings bad luck to everyone around him, outcast Laotian boy Ahlo builds a giant rocket with the intention of participating in the lucrative but dangerous competition at a rocket festival.

The Selfish Giant Two teenage boys band together to steal copper wire from power stations and railway lines to sell to a local scrap dealer in this dour drama. Their friendship sours when Kitten, the scrap dealer, begins to favor one of the boys over the other.

Escape from Tomorrow On the last day of a family vacation at Disney World, Jim White learns that he's lost his job. Soon thereafter, he begins to lose his mind, wandering through the artificial phantasmagoria and becoming obsessed with two perky French girls.

Locker 13 A mysterious locker is the common thread linking four chilling stories about a washed-up boxer, an assassin who kidnaps three people, a business association with sinister hazing rituals and a suicide club.

The Bag Man A hit man summoned to a motel deep in the bayou by an eccentric mob boss discovers that he's one of several professional killers present. Now, with growing dread, the hired guns wait for the man who called them.

These Birds Walk This inspiring documentary profiles both legendary humanitarian Abdul Sattar Edhi and a young boy named Omar, who has fled his abusive family. Living at one of Edhi's orphanages in Karachi, Pakistan, Omar attempts to find safety and peace.

Definitely looks like some interesting titles.


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Still, no Hobbit for another week or 2, though. If I can rent it online, why not @ Netflix DVD or Redbox?
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