The Marx Brothers Silver Screen Collection
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This boxed set contains the best of the Marx Brothers. Duck Soup follows Rufus T. Firefly, new ruler of Freedonia. In Animal Crackers, a painting goes missing during a party for African explorer Captain Spaulding. Monkey Business finds the four brothers portraying stowaways on an ocean liner. Horse Feathers gives a shout out to college football with Groucho playing the president of Huxley College. And the Cocoanuts follows the theft and recovery of jewels at the Hotel de Cocoanut, run by Mr. Hammer. If you enjoy quick wit and irreverent humor, you'll enjoy these five laugh-out-loud hilarious films.
The Prestige
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Set in late 19th century London, this suspense/thriller follows the rivalry between magicians Robert Angier and Alfred Borden. Both are talented and both are just egotistical enough to want all the glory for themselves. But when Alfred pulls off the ultimate illusion, Robert becomes obsessed with not just duplicating it, but surpassing it. Filled with twists, turns, and flashbacks, this movie will keep you guessing straight through to the shocking conclusion.
Emma
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This Masterpiece Theater version of Jane Austen's classic novel, takes you on a six part journey through the village of Highbury. At the center of this romantic comedy of errors, is Emma Woodhouse-outstandingly portrayed by Romola Garai.
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Following a medical mishap, a misanthropic dentist is annoyed to discover that he can see and communicate with ghosts in this heartwarming comedy.
Nothing
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Dave and Andrew – best friends, roommates, and total losers – wish the world would go away and leave them alone. Sometimes wishes come true.
Groundhog Day
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An arrogant and self-centered weatherman is forced to relive the same day over and over. A sparkling comedy with a philosophical core.

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