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Just Like a Woman on Blu-ray in October

Rachid Bouchareb's Just Like a Woman starring Sienna Miller heads to Blu-ray courtesy of Cohen Media Group.

The Edge of Love Blu-ray Review

Impossibly over-dramatic and oversimplified in its look at wartime connections, The Edge of Love fails to capture the essence of Dylan Thomas or his love interests in any compelling way.

Image Adds The Edge of Love and Shark Week: Great Bites Collection to Blu-ray Release Slate

Image Entertainment has announced they will be bringing two more titles to Blu-ray Disc in July. Set to arrive on July 14, 2009 day and date with their DVD counterparts are The Edge of Love, the World War II drama set in London's Bohemian underground, about Dylan Thomas starring Matthew Rhys as the poet with Sienna Miller and Kiera Knightley as his two love interests and Discovery Channel’s Shark Week: Great Bites Collection.

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