Stephen Fry delivers a tour-de-force performance as Oscar Wilde, the Irish-born writer who delighted Victorian England with his witty insights and flamboyant lifestyle, and whose 1895 trial on sodomy charges ended in prison and disgrace. Wilde's life, the realization of his homosexuality, and the events leading to his downfall are chronicled in this acclaimed production. With Jude Law, Jennifer Ehle and Vanessa Redgrave. 116 min.
(2000) VHSCoyote Ugly [DVD]
Twenty-year-old Piper Perabo leaves father John Goodman and her New Jersey home and heads to Manhattan with dreams of making it as a songwriter. After her music is rejected, Perabo takes a job at a rowdy East Village bar called Coyote Ugly, where she's befriended by no-nonsense owner Maria Bello and counter-dancing bartenders Tyra Banks, Izabella Miko and Bridget Moynahan while being drawn to Australian customer Adam Garcia. Slick mix of "Cocktail" and "Flashdance" also features LeAnn Rimes as herself. 101 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English 5.1 and DTS, French; Subtitles: Spanish; audio commentaries with producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director David McNally and the Coyotes; "making of" featurettes; theatrical trailer; music video; scene ac
"Tap Dogs" creator Dein Perry directed this dance-filled delight set in Australia and focusing on Sean, a steelworker with aspirations of becoming a professional dancer. Against his father's wishes, Sean heads for Sydney to work in a musical, but returns home after things go awry. Rather than returning to his old job, Sean conceives of a new form of dancing, meshing rock music, boots with taps and the sound of heavy metal on steel. With Adam Garcia, Sophie Lee and Sam Worthington. 93 min.