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Since there aren't any romantic movies being released theatrically this week - we'll have to dedicate this page to romance films making their debuts on home video!

New on Video:
"Save the Last Dance"
and "Proof of Life"

Synopsis - "Save the Last Dance"
When Chenille (Kerry Washington) takes Sara (Julia Stiles) to Steppes, the neighborhood hang, she gets her first taste of hip-hop - and Derek's (Sean Patrick Thomas) the one to show her the moves. When they discover they share a passion for dance, they discover that there's something deeper going on - a passion for each other. But they soon find out the hard way that they must not only overcome their own differences, but the resentment and bad blood of their friends and family. As the school year goes on, the couple finds that their affection and devotion to each other could ultimately threaten Derek's hopes for a better life and Sara's rediscovery of her dance.

Video Release Date: June 19, 2001
Directed By: Thomas Carter
Written By: Duane Adler, Cheryl Edwards, and Toni Ann Johnson
Starring: Julia Stiles, Sean Patrick Thomas, Kerry Washington, Fredo Starr, Vince Green, Bianca Lawson and Terry Kinney.
Rated PG-13 for violence, sexual content, language and brief drug references.

Synopsis - "Proof of Life"
In this romantic drama, Peter Bowman (David Morse), an American engineer in a Latin American country is captured by anti-government forces. When the rebels learn his identity they demand $6 million for his safe return. However, his US employer is on the verge of insolvency and will not provide the ransom.

Peter's wife Alice (Meg Ryan) is forced to deal with the matter on her own. She retains the services of freelance professional hostage negotiator Terry Thorne (Russell Crowe). With the help of a fellow negotiator, Dino (David Caruso), and a trio of highly trained mercenaries, Terry mounts a bold operation to rescue Peter that could as easily result in disaster as in triumph.

Video Release Date: June 19, 2001
Directed By: Taylor Hackford
Written By: Tony Gilroy
Starring: Russell Crowe, Meg Ryan, David Caruso, and David Morse.
Rated R for some violence, language and some drug material.
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