"Varsity Blues": At first, backup quarterback Jonathan "Mox" Moxon (James Van Der Beek) is nowhere close to being a football star. He's perfectly content to stay on the bench and out of the win-at-all-cost strategies of coach Bud Kilmer (Jon Voight in a powerful performance). But when the starting quarterback is injured, Mox is in the game...and in direct conflict with his hotheaded coach and girlfriend. Soon everyone in Mox's football-crazed community will realize there's not just a new star quarterback in town, there's a new kind of hero. "Any Given Sunday": Life is a contact sport and football is life when three-time Academy Award(R)-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone and a dynamic acting ensemble explore the fortunes of the Miami Sharks in "Any Given Sunday". At the 50-yard line of this gridiron cosmos is Al Pacino as Tony D'Amato, the embattled Sharks coach facing a full-on blitz of team strife plus a new, marketing-savvy Sharks owner who's sure Tony is way too old school. An injured quarterback, a flashy, bull-headed backup QB, a slithery team doctor and a running back with an incentive-laden contract also provide some of the stories that zigzag like diagrams in a playbook. "We Are Marshall": Football is a game that knocks you down, then expects you to get back up. Life hit the West Virginia town of Huntington and its Marshall University even harder. When it did, Jack Lengyel came by to help pull them onto their feet by taking the job no one wanted: rebuilding the Marshall football program only months after a plane crash wiped out Marshall's beloved Thundering Herd. Matthew McConaughey portrays Lengyel, the energetic, compassionate coach of inexperienced players whose chances of victory are slim and none. They'll go with the slim. And as they do, their true-life story of heart, healing, and football will thrill and inspire you.
DVD Special Features: Music Videos, Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes, Extended Scenes, QB Game Analysis, Featurette: "Legendary Coaches: How Coaches Overcome Adversity"; "Any Given Sunday" and "Varsity Blues" are Rated 14A; "We Are Marshall" is Rated PG
Other Special Features: Languages: English, French and Spanish; Subtitles: English SDH, French and Spanish