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Title: Olive Films March Releases
Released: 22nd March 2016
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Breaker! Breaker!


Blu-ray SRP $29.95; DVD SRP $14.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: J.D. Dawes (Chuck Norris) finds himself run afoul of the corrupt and unscrupulous Judge Joshua Trimmings (George Murdock) and his henchmen, when he ventures into a small desert town in search of his missing brother. Judge Trimmings doesn’t much like truckers … and Dawes doesn’t much like anyone who messes with his family – it’s a combustible combination in the high-octane action drama Breaker! Breaker!, directed by Don Hulette (A Great Ride), written by Terry Chambers (13 Nuns) and co-starring Jack Nance (Eraserhead), Michael Augenstein (Macbeth), Don Gentry (Born Again) and Terry O’Connor.

Olive Films March Releases

Jinxed


Blu-ray SRP $29.95; DVD SRP $14.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: High-rolling gambler Harold Benson (Rip Torn) is on a winning streak thanks to “jinxed” blackjack dealer Willie Brodax (Ken Wahl) – Harold just can’t loose when he’s playing at Willie’s table. The only way for Willie to break his streak of bad luck, as suggested by casino manager Milt (Val Avery), is to take something prized from Harold. Enter Harold’s mistress, lounge singer Bonita Friml (Bette Midler), a prize in the eyes of Willie, in the romantic comedy Jinxed.

Olive Films March Releases
 

My Summer Story

(aka: It Runs in the Family)
Blu-ray SRP $29.95; DVD SRP $14.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: The laughs are hardier and the adventures more adventurous as Ralphie Parker (Kieran Culkin) goes in search of the perfect spinning top in order to beat his arch rival and school bully Lug Ditka (Whit Hertford), while Mrs. Parker (Mary Steenburgen) and Mr. Parker (Charles Grodin) cope with the boisterous neighbors, among other summer pursuits.

Olive Films March Releases

The Trip


Blu-ray SRP $29.95; DVD SRP $14.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: With The Trip, Roger Corman delves deep inside the mind of the artist. TV commercial director Paul Groves (Peter Fonda), with both his personal and professional life in crisis due to a crumbling marriage and stagnating career, begins to experiment with LSD to free himself artistically. Paul’s trip provides the viewer with psychedelic and hallucinatory moments worthy of Fellini, as an onslaught of strange, beautiful and terrifying images flood Paul’s subconscious and leads to a revelatory denouement.
 
Olive Films March Releases

Clean Slate

(Blu-ray ONLY)
SRP $29.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: Clean Slate stars Saturday Night Live alum Dana Carvey as Maurice Pogue, a private detective recovering from amnesia. Pogue suffers from a head injury that affects his short-term memory (which disappears every time he falls asleep), an affliction that will jeopardize his professional life as well as a major case against mobster Cornell (Michael Gambon), in which he’s the star witness. Add to the mix a murder plot, double-crosses and a possible femme fatale (Valeria Golino) and you have the ingredients for a first-rate comic thriller.
 
Olive Films March Releases

Making the Grade

(Blu-ray Only)
SRP $29.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: Rich, preppy Palmer Woodrow (Dana Olsen) would much rather be skiing in Europe than attending Hoover Academy prep school, which provides Palmer with his last shot at graduating. As it turns out Palmer is more motivated than anyone imagines.  Enter Eddie Keaton (Judd Nelson), a low-rent con artist in need of cash and on the run from a loanshark (Andrew Dice Clay). With $10,000 and a Porsche courtesy of Palmer, Eddie assumes his identity. Hoover Academy will never be the same.
 
Olive Films March Releases

Kill Me Again

(Blu-ray ONLY)
SRP $29.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: Jack Andrews (Val Kilmer), a down on his luck private investigator is looking to score some cash in order to pay off his debt to a local loan shark. Fay Forrester (Joanne Whalley-Kilmer) – in femme fatale mode – is looking to disappear, having just made off with a suitcase full of money stolen from her psychotic boyfriend Vince (Michael Madsen) following a robbery gone wrong. Fate will bring Jack and Fay together. And fate may tear them apart in the modern day noir Kill Me Again, directed by John Dahl ( The Last Seduction) from a screenplay by Dahl and David W. Warfield.
 
Olive Films March Releases
 

Bandits

(Blu-ray ONLY)
SRP $29.95
SRP $29.952.35:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: Barry Levinson ( Rain Man) mines cinematic gold in Bandits, starring Cate Blanchett, Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton. Evoking memories of another silver screen trio – Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy and Myrna Loy in Test Pilot – Willis and Thornton star as Joe and Terry, escaped convicts on the lam planning to rob a few banks to fund a new life just south of the border. Blanchett stars as Kate Wheeler, a woman also on the run – from an unhappy marriage. Fate intervenes when Kate runs into Terry (quite literally) with her car. She soon finds herself joining the boys on their cross-country trek in this comic caper co-starring January Jones and William Converse-Roberts.
 
Olive Films March Releases

The Boost

(Blu-ray ONLY)
SRP $29.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR
Quote: James Woods and Sean Young star in the dramatic cautionary tale The Boost. Living the high life – figuratively and literally – married couple Lenny and Linda Brown (Woods and Young) will see their fast lane L.A. lifestyle come crashing down around them when the real estate market takes a sudden downturn. Unemployed and in debt, Lenny and Linda’s hedonistic lifestyle and casual drug use soon spiral out of control as they careen toward an abyss.
 
Olive Films March Releases

Undertow

(Blu-ray ONLY)
SRP $29.95
1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; COLOR and B&W
Quote: Following the death of his wife, John Munn (Dermot Mulroney) moves to Georgia with his two sons Chris (Jamie Bell) and Tim (Devon Alan) in hopes of making a new start for his family. Once there, rebellious Chris finds a kindred spirit in his Uncle Deel (Josh Lucas), recently released from prison and holding a grudge against his brother for marrying the woman he loved. Resentments soon boil over with tragic consequences sending Uncle Deel in hot pursuit of his fleeing nephews in the dramatic thriller Undertow.

Olive Films March Releases

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