Oscar-winning composer-singer Isaac Hayes (Best Song, Theme from "Shaft!' 1971) guest-stars as convict Gandy Fitch who, after serving 20 years for slaying his wife, hires Rockford to find the real assassin. watch
Three months after Allen (Pierce Brosnan) and Grace's (Susan Sarandon) son dies, Rose (Carey Mulligan) shows up on their doorstep pregnant with his child. At first her arrival stirs up their emotions and threatens to tear the family further apart, but as time passes, she may just be the very thing that brings them back together.
The Greatest -- Muhammad Ali plays himself in a reconstruction of the events that brought him to fame. Film clips include crucial fights throughout Ali's career. Ali receives excellent support from Ernest Borgnine, Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, Dina Merril and Paul Winfield.
Mack -- 'Mack' tells the story of a painter with an ambition tragically larger than his talent. Inspired by Macbeth, the film's 15-year-old writer/director worked with a cast of fellow high-schoolers to capture the suspense, violence, comic relief, and drama of a Shakespearean tale. <br> Ben Kadie conceived this reinterpretation in early summer 2010 and then refined the story at the TheFilmSchool's Prodigy Film Camp. In late summer, twelve young actors, cast from throughout the Seattle area, came together for four days and two nights of shooting. Shooting locations ranged from a dock at midnight to an apartment interior created by adding a new wall and door to Ben's living room. Using a DSLR camera gave Ben new control and low-light abilities. Six months of editing and subtle 2-D and 3-D special effects work completed the film.<br> <br> 15-year-old Ben Kadie has made films with friends for eight years. 'Perilous Skies' (2006) won the Youth Prize in the Seattle Times' Three-Minute Masterpiece Contest. The spy comedy '009' (2007) earned one of five nominations for the NFFTY/Thomson Young Innovator of the Year Award. In 2007, he won the Three-Minute Masterpiece Youth Award again with 'A Friendly Game'. 'Murder at the Pharaoh's Grave' (2009) earned a National Gold Medal from Scholastic Art and a trip to Los Angles from HBO and NFFTY. 'Sparks in the Night' (2010) won the top youth prizes from the Louisiana Film Festival and the Newport Beach Film Festival. His films have screened in Brazil, India, and Canada and at over 20 film festivals in the U.S. The website for the films is http://slugco.com
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A billionaire, his spoiled son, and a writer hired to become a human toy, learn there are things money can't buy... like love.Starring RICHARD PRYOR, JACKIE GLEASON, NED BEATTY, WILFRED HYDE-WHITE
Muhammad Ali plays himself in a reconstruction of the events that brought him to fame. Film clips include crucial fights throughout Ali's career. Ali receives excellent support from Ernest Borgnine, Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, Dina Merril and Paul Winfield.
For the first time in motion picture history, the outrageous talent of Richard Pryor and the ingenious comedic sense of Jackie Gleason are combined in the same film. Gleason is U.S. Bates, a megalomaniac millionaire who owns most of south central Louisiana. Pryor is Jack Brown, a former journalist who has worked his way down the vocational ladder to the position of janitor in Bates' department store. Among Bates' other vast holdings is a young son Eric (Scott Schwartz), who visits his father for one week a year. Typically, Eric is chauffeured to the department store after-hours to pick out anything he wants. This time, Eric has a more elaborate toy in mind - Jack Brown. So begins the unique relationship that teaches Eric more about life than fun and games.
A megalomaniac millionaire (Jackie Gleason) hires a broke writer (Richard Pryor) as an extravagant toy for his son.
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Oscar-winning composer-singer Isaac Hayes (Best Song, Theme from "Shaft!' 1971) guest-stars as convict Gandy Fitch who, after serving 20 years for slaying his wife, hires Rockford to find the real assassin.
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