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Welcome back to This Week In Discs! As always, if you see something you like, click on the image to buy it. Moonrise Kingdom It’s 1965 in New England, and two young lovers have run away from their homes. They’re twelve years old, and they live on an island, but it’s the thought that counts. Their decision sets in motion a chain of events involving Bob Balaban, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Ed Norton, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton, Bruce Willis, a scout troop and an impending storm. A spectacular cast isn’t the only thing going for Wes Anderson’s latest film though as he weaves a beautiful, romantic and bittersweet tale complete with a sonderful score by Alexandre Desplat. It’s a sweetly funny visual feast guaranteed to put a smile on your lips and in your ears. [Extras: Featurettes]


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In the soaringly earnest but effective Touch, Kiefer Sutherland barks so many of his lines with the strained desperation of an exhausted man who’s just barely keeping it together. He’s shouldering a tremendous weight and no one around him is sensitive to his plight. But then, he doesn’t really expect them to be. Best known as badass Jack Bauer, here, a more vulnerable Sutherland is Martin Bohm, widowed father of a mute, emotionally challenged boy and the nucleus of this ambitious Fox drama by Heroes creator Tim Kring.


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Why Watch? Because it’s all about sex. This short film is like a truncated My Dinner with Andre if Andre happened to be a smoky woman, Shawn Wallace was a handsome man, and they talked solely about sex in a way that stops breath. A light upright bass, plunking out floating notes, vibrates this entire exercise in lasciviousness. It proves that a moving picture might be worth a thousand words, but the right words might be worth a slowly skyrocketing blood flow to the right parts. Have fun exhaling. What Will It Cost? Just 7 minutes of your time. Check out Touch for yourself:

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