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Up All Night: The Live Tour was available to pre-order by early April 2012.[2] In support of the release, a preview of the recording, its performance of "Moments", was released on 12 April.[2] A 30-second preview of its "More than This" performance premiered on the CBS entertainment television news show Entertainment Tonight on 9 May.[3] The entire "More than This" performance debuted on YouTube on 11 May, with MTV News editor Jocelyn Vena suggesting that fans would appreciate the recording's sequences.[3] The video album was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 28 May, by Syco Music and Columbia Records.[4][5] One Direction held a global Twitter viewing party for Up All Night: The Live Tour on 31 May.[5] Utilising the hashtag #1DVDWatchParty, fans had the opportunity to talk to the band directly on Twitter as the group's members and fans watched the recording simultaneously.[5]




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Rarely do landmark works of cinema seem so . . . wrong. Robert Downey Sr. emerged as one of the most irreverent filmmakers of the New York underground of the sixties, taking no prisoners in his rough-and-tumble treatises on politics, race, and consumer culture. In his midnight-movie mainstay Putney Swope, an advertising agency is turned on its head when a militant black man takes over. like Swope, Downey held nothing sacred. Presented here are five of his most raucous and outlandish films, dating from 1964 to 1975, each a unique mix of the hilariously crude and the fiercely experimental.


The 33rd Eclipse set to come from Criterion, Up All Night with Robert Downey Sr., presents five films by the director spread of two dual-layer discs: Babo 73, Chafed Elbows, and No More Excuses on the first disc, Putney Swope, and Two Tons of Turquoise to Taos Tonight on the second. Putney Swope is presented in the aspect ratio of 1.78:1 and has been enhanced for widescreen televisions. The other films are all presented in the ratio 1.33:1.


After breaking out in the 1980s and hitting his stride in the 1990s, Liam Neeson has enjoyed a renaissance over the past six years. Despite his work in blockbuster franchises like Batman, Star Wars, and The Chronicles of Narnia, it was Taken that really redefined Neeson as a badass leading man. That hit hard-PG-13 revenge thriller created a niche for the 63-year-old Irish actor and one he has mined for two sequels and several other kindred vehicles. Neeson hasn't had as much success outside his newfound comfort zone, finding commercial disappointment in things that aren't squarely Liam Neeson movies, be they comedies (A Million Ways to Die in the West) or dramas (Third Person).Run All Night reunites Neeson with Jaume Collet-Serra, the Spanish director behind two of the actor's quintessential post-Taken triumphs, Unknown and Non-Stop. Run, the only R-rated one of the bunch, broke up the duo's financial winning streak, performing almost identically to the disappointing R-rated crime drama A Walk Among the Tombstones both domestically and overseas.It's Christmastime in New York City and career criminal Jimmy Conlon (Neeson) is reluctantly playing Santa Claus for a holiday gathering hosted by his longtime boss and confidante, Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris). Earlier in the night, Shawn vehemently vetoed a proposal by Albanian gangsters to get involved in the sale of the purest heroin in the world. The plan was pitched by Shawn's son Danny (Boyd Holbrook), who has been using hard drugs. Shawn bristles at the idea of getting involved in that racket, insisting he has become a legitimate businessman.Instead of paying back the Albanians the money they gave him to secure the meeting, Danny kills them. Witnessing the act is Michael Conlon (Joel Kinnaman), a limousine driver, boxer, neighborhood role model, and married father of two daughters with a son on the way. As you might have guessed, Michael is also the estranged son of Jimmy, who resents his father for not being a part of his and his mother's life and for the wayward life he's led. (Police suspect Jimmy has killed 17 people over the years as one of Shawn's most trusted hitmen.)Jimmy saves Michael's life, but not without jeopardizing both of theirs. This sets up the night of running, with dirty police accusing the father and son of killing the Albanians as well as several cops. With Shawn suddenly determined to see both Conlons and Michael's loved ones dead, Jimmy turns to an unlikely source for help: the NYPD homicide detective (Vincent D'Onofrio) who has been dreaming of putting him away for decades. Meanwhile, Shawn enlists a stone cold killer (Common) to tie up his loose ends. Run All Night is, like Unknown, the very definition of an okay action thriller. This film is a little grittier than the Taken series but comparable to that in content, giving Neeson another opportunity to be a stoic man of action. There are flashes of a better movie here, the kind that Harris has occasionally been part of. But though there is a decent amount of time and thought devoted to character development, there is also a lot of action in the form of mediocre chases and shootouts that might not do a whole lot for you. It's the kind of movie you might recommend to someone who likes what Denzel Washington has mostly been doing of late, but not to someone who requires intellectual stimulation with their thrills.Since evidently embarrassing himself on his directing debut, 2005's House of Wax remake, Collet-Serra has been consistently adequate, never transcending the quality of his screenplay (the best of which he's had was the only mildly ridiculous Orphan), but generally providing something with the ability to hold your attention for a couple of hours. That's a fair way to describe Run All Night without either overstating or understating its fairly generic and familiar results.


VIDEO and AUDIORun All Night has a dark and stylish element that looks great in the Blu-ray's 2.40:1 presentation. The sharp, clean picture is complemented by potent 7.1 DTS-HD master audio sound, with Warner seemingly recently becoming the first studio to make 7.1 mixes the new standard. The sound design is extremely strong throughout. BONUS FEATURES, MENUS, PACKAGING and DESIGNThe Blu-ray's HD extras begin with "Shoot All Night" (10:26), a making-of featurette that looks at the overnight filming schedule required by the plot and the actors who make up the supporting cast."Liam Neeson: Action All Night" (6:09) focuses on the star and the mix of genre and emotional demands he meets in this film. Everyone -- co-stars, stuntman, and behind-the-camera crew -- speaks highly of the leading man. Finally, and perhaps of greatest interest to the average viewer is a fairly long reel of six deleted scenes, running 16 minutes and 20 seconds. The batch includes a haunting flashback, an alternate scene demonstrating just how serious Common's character is, Shawn Maguire performing a humanizing hospital magic trick and an impassioned monologue, and extended versions of Nick Nolte's and Lois Smith's only scenes.The Blu-ray opens with trailers for San Andreas and Entourage. The DVD, which only includes the deleted scenes as far as extras goes, starts with those and then moves on to promote The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Focus, and the Mad Max video game.Each disc sports a static, silent menu utilizing poster art. Though it doesn't support bookmarks, the Blu-ray resumes unfinished playback like the DVD.An insert with digital copy code and directions is all that accompanies the two plainly-labeled discs inside the slipcovered eco-friendly keepcase.CLOSING THOUGHTSThose who lament the fact that we've seen fewer R-rated action flicks from the major studios in recent years may be the most appreciative of Run All Night, a reasonably engaging Liam Neeson thriller that doesn't do quite enough to stand out for better or worse.Warner's Blu-ray boasts high quality picture and sound plus a perfectly adequate handful of extras.Buy Run All Night from Amazon.com: Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD / DVD / Instant Video


The StrangersExplore your worst fears imaginable with this shocking suspense thriller inspired by disturbing true events. After a 4 a.m. knock at the door and a haunting voice, Kristen McKay (Liv Tyler) and James Hoyt's (Scott Speedman) remote getaway becomes a psychological night of terror as three masked strangers invade. Now they must go far beyond what they thought themselves capable of if they hope to survive.The Strangers: Prey at NightA family's road trip takes a dangerous turn when they arrive at a secluded mobile home park to stay with relatives and find it mysteriously deserted. Under the cover of darkness, three masked psychopaths pay them a visit to test the family's every limit as they struggle to survive. Johannes Roberts (whose shark diving thriller 47 Meters Down was a smash hit) directs this horror film featuring Christina Hendricks, Bailee Madison, Martin Henderson and Lewis Pullman, inspired by the 2008 classic The Strangers.


Released in 2001 by Dave Christiano FilmsThree factory workers make their routine stop at a diner late one night. Just before closing, a man comes in and takes a seat at the counter. One of the workers, an antagonist named Larry, tries to strike up a conversation with the man but he doesn't respond. Disturbed by this, Larry persists and finds out the man is a Christian. What follows is an intense drama about the most important issue in life...and eternity. 041b061a72


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