"Untamed Heart" - Marisa Tomei ("My Cousin Vinny") and Christian Slater ("Murder In The First") deliver brilliant performances in this touchingly honest and beautifully crafted modern-day romance. Co-starring Rosie Perez ("White Men Can't Jump"), who lends her own unique brand of energy and talent, "Untamed Heart"'s "heart is in the right place" (Roger Ebert, "Siskel & Ebert"). Tomei portrays Caroline, a diner waitress who is consistently (and miserably) unlucky in love. Slater is Adam, the diner's reclusive busboy who harbors a secret crush on Caroline, yet is too shy to speak to her. But all that changes one cold night, when Caroline finds herself in a life-threatening situation on her walk home and Adam appears out of the shadows to rescue her. Intrigued by her unlikely knight in shining armor, Caroline tenderly breaks through to his lonely world. Together, the two forge a bond of trust and understanding that ultimately blossoms into one of cinema's most unforgettable love stories. "Speechless" - Michael Keaton and Geena Davis are "a winning ticket" (Joel Siegel, "Good Morning America") in this captivating romantic comedy which proves conclusively that opposites do attract -- and then some. "Smart, sexy and side-splittingly funny" (Mike McKay, WBTV-CBS), Speechless is the word for great entertainment. It was a match made in heaven...almost. Two witty, intelligent insomniacs, Kevin (Keaton) and Julia (Davis), meet over the last box of sleeping pills at an all-night convenience store and are immediately attracted. They share an evening of passion and romance and discover that they have a lot in common...maybe too much. When they learn that they're both speechwriters -- but for opposing political campaigns -- the sweethearts quickly move from speechless to ruthless and drop the pillow talk for serious verbal jabbing. But the more they stab each other in the back and insult each other directly, the more they realize that true love doesn't always follow along party lines. "True Love" - "A 'Moonstruck' by, for and about real people, (this) raucously funny film" (The New York Times) stars Annabella Sciorra ("The Sopranos") and Ron Eldard ("Black Hawk Down") as a young, hot-tempered couple whose disagreements over their upcoming wedding could very well land them in divorce court! A "delightful spoof" (The Hollywood Reporter) on the don'ts of saying "I do," "True Love" is both "funny and fascinating" (Los Angeles Times)! Donna (Sciorra) and Michael (Eldard) are newlyweds-to-be - or not to be - when their big decision to marry is undermined by all the small decisions about the wedding! From the color of his tuxedo to the color of her mashed potatoes, this once-romantic twosome has lost the love that brought them to the brink of matrimony...and found that their differences could take them to the brink of insanity.
Other Special Features: Languages: English and French
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital 5.1