"Four Weddings And A Funeral": As enchanting and memorable as any four-star affair, this light-hearted, frothy and hilarious "little" film took the world by storm in 1994, garnering four British Academy Awards(R) and a nomination for the Best Picture Oscar(R)! From the creators of "Notting Hill" and "Love Actually". "Impromptu": Bohemian provocateur Sand (Judy Davis) is setting Paris ablaze by wearing men's clothing and taking a long line of lovers! But when she first hears the heavenly music of Chopin (Grant), she vows to stop at nothing - including transforming herself - to capture the heart of the fragile, shy and painfully straight-laced musician! Will this lovesong ultimately crescendo... or will it become one of history's greatest unfinished symphonies? "Return To Me": It took a lot of coaxing to get Bob (David Duchovny), a recently-widowed architect, to go on a blind date at a quirky Irish-Italian eatery. Once there, he's smitten instantly... not with his date, but with the sharp-witted waitress, Grace (Minnie Driver)! With unsolicited help from Grace's matchmaking Grandfather (Carroll O'Connor), Bob asks her out. And as their relationship blossoms, everything seems to be going great, until an unbelievable truth is revealed...one that could easily break both of their hearts for good. "At First Sight": Blind since childhood, Virgil Adamson (Val Kilmer) is working as a masseur in an upstate New York spa when he meets and falls in love with Amy Benic (Academy Award(R)-winner Mira Sorvino), a stressed-out, career-driven architect. Certain that Virgil's simple world will be greatly enhanced by an operation to restore his sight, Amy ultimately realizes that Virgil's new vision puts a fresh focus on both their lives. "In The Time Of The Butterflies": For generations, General Rafael Trujillo (Edward James Olmos) has ruled the Dominican Republic with a mixture of terror and savagery... until Minerva Mirabal (Salma Hayek) dares to oppose him. Inspired by her love for a rebel leader (Marc Anthony), Minerva and her sisters - known as Las Mariposas (The Butterflies) - endure unimaginable hardships in a battle for the very soul of a nation. But as their acts of bravery gain notoriety, Trujillo's forces close in, determined to put an end to Minerva's heroics. "Born Romantic": A certified lounge lothario seeks to heat things up with an art historian who's cooled on the idea of love. A failed musician wants to strum the right chord with the bride he jilted years earlier. And a dyslexic mugger with a chloroform-doused cloth finds himself knocked out by a pretty grave attendant. They've got their work cut out for them. And yet, at a local club pulsating with the hot sounds of salsa music, any one of these three could find the answer to his romantic quandary... if they can only find the rhythm in time.
Other Special Features: Languages: English and French
Audio Tracks: Dolby Digital