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Paramount Announces Middle Men Blu-ray for February: Artwork and Details

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The wildly compelling chronicle of one of the pioneers of Internet commerce comes home on Blu-ray and DVD when MIDDLE MEN arrives on February 15, 2011 from Paramount Home Entertainment.  Described as “Boogie Nights meets Goodfellas” (Variety), the engrossing film about an ordinary businessman who becomes embroiled in a dark and dangerous world of questionable morals and organized crime during the early days of the World Wide Web is almost too bizarre and too hilarious to be true.  Luke Wilson (Old School) stars as Jack Harris, a man with a beautiful family, a successful career and an idyllic life.  That is, until he gets involved with two troubled geniuses (Giovanni Ribisi, Avatar; Gabriel Macht, The Spirit) who need business advice on getting their Internet scheme off the ground.  Soon Jack finds himself surrounded by conmen, mobsters and other unsavory characters as he struggles with his conscience…and becomes one of the wealthiest entrepreneurs of his time.  MIDDLE MEN also features an outstanding supporting cast including James Caan (The Godfather), Kevin Pollak (The Usual Suspects),  Kelsey Grammer (“Frasier”), Jacinda Barrett (New York, I Love You) and Laura Ramsey (The Ruins).

MIDDLE MEN Blu-ray & DVD
The MIDDLE MEN Blu-ray is presented in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese subtitles. The DVD is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with Dolby Digital English 5.1 Surround and English, French and Spanish subtitles.  The discs include the following special features in standard definition:

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Outtakes
  • Slap Montage

MIDDLE MEN
Street Date:                         February 15, 2011
Pricing:                                 $19.99 U.S. (DVD)
$29.99 U.S. (Blu-ray)
Runtime:                              112 minutes
U.S. Rating:                         R for strong sexual content, nudity, language, drug use and violence
Canadian Rating:              18A for coarse language and nudity

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