Columbia TriStar has announced three more titles for March; the Shelly Long comedy Troop Beverly Hills, the romantic comedy I’m in Lucy and the drama The Howards of Virginia.
Flamboyantly wealthy and spoiled Phyllis Nefler has everything money can buy – a gorgeous Beverly Hills mansion, a classic Rolls Royce, furs, jewelry and designer gowns. The one thing she doesn’t have is her husband Freddy, who’s leaving her for good. Determined to prove she’s still the creative, energetic woman Freddy once loved, Phyllis throws luxury to the wind and becomes leader of her daughter’s Wilderness Girls troop. Though she takes them on outings to the mall rather than in the woods, she later proves her worth as a legitimate leader.
Sadly, the disc offers little in the way of incentive. The disc will be presented in fullscreen only with no extra features.
Lucy is a terminally single twenty-something NYC woman who, recently dumped by the man she thought was perfect for her, continues to search for Mr. Right.
Embarking on a comedy of errors through a disastrous series of blind dates, she meets five handsome and eligible bachelors, each with his own charms and flaws, only to learn that Mr. Perfect is not always Mr. Right and Mr. Right is not always perfect.
Presented in anamorphic widescreen with audio in Dolby Digital 5.1, the disc comes with only a trailer.
Beautiful young Virginian Jane steps down from her proper aristocratic upbringing when she marries down-to-earth surveyor Matt Howard. Deeply in love, they move to the backwoods and begin to raise their family. Major differences emerge, however, when the conservative Jane and her Tory father rebel against Matt’s staunch democratic ideals. Eventually, Matt joins the Colonial forces in the fight for freedom against England in the War of Independence, and Jane and Matt are forced to choose between their love for each other and their political beliefs.
The DVD will also be presented in anamorphic widescreen with only a trailer for a supplement.
All being released on March 25h, the DVDs aren’t breaking new ground in terms of DVD, but the films will make nice additions to any library.