Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Highlights of New DVDs

Each week CSU adds hundreds of new resources to the catalogue, including books, DVDs, CDs, and electronic resources. This is just a selection of highlights of the new DVD titles that were added to the collection last week. Click here to view the complete list of new titles.
  • The dead girl A quintet of stories - The stranger, The sister, The wife, The mother, The dead girl - about seemingly unrelated people whose lives converge around the murder of a young woman. Check availability
  • Hairspray Starring John Travolta, Zac Efron, Michelle Pfeiffer, Amanda Bynes, and Queen Latifah. Check availability
  • Letters from Iwo Jima Based on the book "Picture letters from Commander in Chief" by Tadamichi Kuribayashi. Check availability
  • No reservations Want a perfectly prepared dish of tender quail in truffle sauce? Kate, a workaholic master chef, can do that. But don’t ask her what to do about the free-spirited, opera loving sous chef who joins the staff at her upscale Manhatten Restaurant. Check availability
  • Shark tale The story of what happens when one little fish tells a great white lie...Check availability
  • Black book In the darkest days of World War II, Jewish fugitives attempt to escape occupied Holland, only to face a Nazi ambush. Check availability
  • Bobby "Revisits the night in 1968 when presidential-hopeful Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated at the Ambassador Hotel ... and as the lives of those who were present dramatically intersect, it shows how the gunshots that rang out that night forever changed the course of American history." Check availability
  • The singer (Quand j’├ętais chanteur) The singer tells the story of a faded middle aged dance hall vocalist who falls for a beautiful but troubled woman half his age. Check availability

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:47 am

    Who chooses your DVDs? You have the most eclectic and diverse range of titles. Much better than any video shop. Not complaining.

    More anime films would be good.

    Mick

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