"WB: Sylvester Stallone Collection" - "Driven": The on-track excitement and off-track romantic pursuits of race-car drivers form the revved-up heart of "Driven", starring and written by Sylvester Stallone. He plays a talented veteran driver who confronts the lost potential of his past when called out of retirement to mentor a talented but unfocused rookie contender (Kip Pardue), whose destructive behavior pursuing the girlfriend (Estella Warren) of his primary racing rival (Til Schweiger). Stallone's "Cliffhanger" collaborator Renny Harlin directs, shooting many scenes at CART races around the world using state-of-the-art technology to give viewers a strapped-in simulation of the driver's point of view. Start your engines. "Assassins": In the shadows of life, In the business of death, One man found a reason to live... Robert Rath is the best hitman around, but the code and sense of duty that once were a part of his deadly career are lost in a post-Cold War world of free-lance guns. He wants out. Not so Miguel Bain, a driven killer who knows how to claim the top spot of his shadowy profession: eliminate Rath. The action hits hard and fast when Sylvester Stallone as Rath and Antonio Banderas as Bain square off as "Assassins". Julianne Moore plays the wily hacker swept into the duo's fierce running battle. "Cobra": Like Sylvester Stallone's Rocky and Rambo, the hero of "Cobra" is another original: Lt. Marion Cobretti, a one-man assault force whose laser-mount submachine gun and pearl-handled Colt .45 spit pure crimestopping venom. Director George P. Cosmatos ("Rambo: First Blood Part II", "Tombstone") rejoins Stallone for this thriller pitting Cobretti against a merciless serial killer. The trail leads to not one murderer but to an army of psychos bent on slashing their way to a "New Order" - and killing the inadvertent witness (Brigitte Nielsen) to their latest blood spree. Fortunately, Cobra is her protector. And full-throttle screen excitement doesn't get any better. "Demolition Man": Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes go at it amid a dazzling cyber-future in this explosive hit. In 2032 archcriminal Simon Phoenix (Snipes) awakens from a 35-year deep freeze in CryoPrison to find a serene, non-violent Los Angeles ready for the taking. Unable to deal with Phoenix's brutal 1990s style, officials seek an old-fashioned cop to fight old-fashioned crime. They revive Sgt. John Spartan (Stallone), unjustly serving a CryoPrison sentence because of his last encounter with Phoenix. Sandra Bullock, Benjamin Bratt and Denis Leary also play rough and tough in this "terrific mix of action and humor" (Joel Siegel, Good Morning America/ABC-TV). "Get Carter": Ask Las Vegas resident Jack Carter what he does for a living, and he'll explain he's a "financial adjuster." Pay what you owe, or Carter will adjust your arm, nose or spleen. Plenty of adjusting awaits, including a change in Carter's own sense of honor and family - when Sylvester Stallone plays hard-edged, Carter in this sleek action thriller, co-starring Miranda Richardson, Rachael Leigh Cook, Alan Cumming, Mickey Rourke and Michael Caine (who headlined the 1971 version of "Get Carter"). Vegas muscle and glitz meets dot-com, triple-latte Seattle, as Carter prowls to smoke out his brother's killer. Thugs and killers may see Carter coming. But it's already too late to get out of his way.
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