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Wrath of Man Review ' It’s entertaining, it’s dark, & it’s typical Guy Ritchie! So I dug the hell out of it!'

VUDU's Original Mr. Mom Trailer

Based on the classic eighties hit film written by John Hughes and starring Michael Keaton , this series is a modern retelling of Mr. Mom. Megan ( Andrea Anders ) and Greg ( Hayes MacArthur ) are at a parenting crossroads. After five years raising their two kids at home, Megan has unexpectedly landed her dream job. Greg’s career is anything but a dream job, so after several failed attempts at securing childcare he abruptly quits in order to take his turn as the stay-at-home parent. He’s thrust headlong into a world of tantrums, diapers and cheese sticks, all while finally attempting to get his start-up off the ground. Megan quickly finds out just how much has changed as she reenters a workplace filled with overeager millennials and strange new terms like Slack and hot-desking. It’ll take all the patience these two parents can muster as they try to raise their kids, make ends meet, and find a little time for their marriage. Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter,

#BreakfastClub30 EDITION Bonus Features

CELEBRATE THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF AN ICONIC COMEDY THAT DEFINED A GENERATION THE BREAKFAST CLUB 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION . NEWLY RESTORED ON BLU-RAY™ WITH DIGITAL HD AND ULTRAVIOLETTM & DVD now. Watch all the clips after the Jump... An all-time classic from one of the most influential writers and directors in Hollywood history comes to Blu-ray™, including Digital HD with UltraViolet™, and DVD when The Breakfast Club 30th Anniversary Edition debuts on March 10, 2015, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Also available on the same date is The John Hughes Yearbook Collection, a celebration of the acclaimed filmmaker’s most memorable films, including The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles and Weird Science . The Breakfast Club 30th Anniversary Edition includes an all-new trivia track and all films come with an array of bonus features and extras that will remind viewers of Hughes’ uncommon understanding of the trials and triumphs of young adulthood. John Hughes c