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X - Unheard Music Silver Edition

The classic film on X, now back in print with bonus features!

X Files: I Want To Believe

FBI agents Mulder and Scully are called back to duty when a priest's visions may contain information about a kidnapped agent.

X From Outer Space

The X From Outer Space was one of the more engaging Japanese giant monster films of the late 1960s -- working with a cast that included Eiji Okada (Hiroshima, Mon Amour), a budget that would have starved a Godzilla movie, and a title creature (Guilala) that resembled a giant lizard/chicken, director Kazui Nihonmatsu kept the action moving and delivered a film that delivered a lot of charm and heart to make up for the shortcomings of the special effects.


Trapped and held captive by mysterious hooded figures, a group of classmates must play a brutally violent version of the punishment game in order to survive.


Professor Xavier leads Wolverine and other superheroes against Magneto, a mutant who would rule humanity. Based on the comic book series by Stan Lee.

X-men: Last Stand

X-Men: The Last Stand (also called X-Men 3: The Last Stand) is a 2006 superhero film and the third in the X-Men series. It was directed by Brett Ratner and stars an ensemble cast including Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen, Kelsey Grammer, Anna Paquin, Shawn Ashmore, Aaron Stanford, Vinnie Jones, Rebecca Romijn, and James Marsden. The film's script is loosely based on two X-Men comic book story arcs, "The Dark Phoenix Saga" by writer Chris Claremont and artist John Byrne, and "Gifted" by writer Joss Whedon and artist John Cassaday, with a plot that revolves around a "mutant cure" that causes serious repercussions among mutants and humans, and on the mysterious resurrection of Jean Grey. Filming started in August 2005, budgeted at $210 million, the most expensive film at the time of its release, and had extensive visual effects done by eleven different companies. X-Men: The Last Stand received mixed reviews, but grossed approximately $459 million worldwide, the seventh-highest grossing film of 2006 and the most financially successful of the series as of at least December 2011.


X2 (often promoted as X2: X-Men United and known in the UK as X-Men 2) is a 2003 superhero film based on the fictional characters the X-Men. Directed by Bryan Singer, it is the second film in the X-Men film series. It stars an ensemble cast including Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Alan Cumming, Famke Janssen, Anna Paquin, Shawn Ashmore, Aaron Stanford, Brian Cox, Rebecca Romijn, James Marsden, Halle Berry and Kelly Hu. The plot, inspired by the graphic novel God Loves, Man Kills, pits the X-Men and their enemies, the Brotherhood, against the genocidal Colonel William Stryker (Brian Cox). He leads an assault on Professor Xavier's school to build his own version of Xavier's mutant-tracking computer Cerebro, in order to destroy every mutant on Earth. Development phase for X2 began shortly after X-Men. David Hayter and Zak Penn wrote separate scripts, combining what they felt to be the best elements of both scripts into one screenplay. Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris were eventually hired for rewrite work, changing characterizations of Beast, Angel and Lady Deathstrike. Sentinels and the Danger Room were set to appear before being deleted because of budget concerns. Filming began in June 2002 and ended that November. Most of the filming took place at Vancouver Film Studios, the largest soundstage in North America. Production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas adapted similar designs of John Myhre from the previous film. X2 was released in the United States on May 2, 2003 and became both a critical and financial success, earning eight nominations at the Saturn Awards and grossing approximately $407 million worldwide.


The story of a girl who makes dreams come true.


This gripping historical drama tells the inspiring true story of the Villas-Bôas brothers and their mission to protect the indigenous Amazon natives. Xingu is a sprawling and emotional account of cultures colliding.