A burned-out pilot is recruited to go undercover in Moscow to steal the Soviets' newest fighter plane. Exciting flight sequences!
Poet Walt Whitman becomes interested in Dr. Maurice Bucke's controversial treatment of the mentally retarded.
Waking The Dead movie trailer - starring Jennifer Connelly, Hal Holbrook, Molly Parker, Billy Crudup, Janet McTeer, Paul Hipp. Directed by Keith Gordon. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Balanced portrait of public and private people whose lives and careers would be forever changed by the dropping of the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima at the end of World War II.
The Life Before This movie trailer - starring Joe Pantoliano, Stephen Rea, Catherine O'Hara, Leslie Hope, Sarah Polley, David Hewlett. Directed by Jerry Ciccoritti. Genre: Drama
Swashbuckler movie trailer - starring James Earl Jones, Beau Bridges, Peter Boyle, Genevieve Bujold, Robert Shaw. Directed by James Goldstone. Genre: Action-Adventure
After a near-fatal auto accident, a woman finds that she has the ability to heal others, bringing religious controversy to her community. Unusual and powerful!
Opening scene, Ray Walston (as Kos) with mystic Mitre (Mary Ellen O'Neill) playing with some computer-thing and planning the mission, in producer Roger Corman's Galaxy Of Terror, 1981.
Scouting the wrecked spaceship, crewman Cos (Jack Blessing) gets spooked, rescued by colleagues (Erin Moran, Zalman King, Edward Albert Jr.) in Galaxy Of Terror, 1981, produced by Roger Corman.
A young girl falls in love with a photographer who soon takes her with him when he emigrates to America in Another Man, Another Chance (1977).
James Caan in the amusing contemporary opening to director Claude Lelouch's 19th century trans-Atlantic melodrama, from Lelouch's original screenplay, Another Man, Another Chance, 1977, also starring Genevieve Bujold.
Left alone on the search of the wrecked spaceship and grossed out by maggots, Dameia (Taffee O'Connell) delivering semi-nudity producer Roger Corman was contractually obliged to provide, in Galaxy Of Terror, 1981.
Billy Crudup and Jennifer Connelly give passionate performances," raves Leonard Maltin of Playboy Magazine, about this story of love, ambition, and the price of power. Filmmaker Keith Gordon delivers a psychological mystery of haunting proportions. When one man's 70's idealism confronts his 80's aspirations, he begins an emotional rollercoaster that brings ghosts back to life and asks the ultimate question: Does love conquer all, even death?
When one man's 70's idealism confronts his 80's aspirations, he begins an emotional rollercoaster that brings ghosts back to life and asks the ultimate question: Does love conquer all, even death?
Billy Crudup and Jennifer Connelly star in this powerful romance about a man who begins to question whether love can conquer all - even death?
An award winning author of stories of real crimes returns to his hometown where he becomes involved in a 40 year old case of a murdered teenager.
A provocative study of right and wrong, based on the novel by Kurt Vonnegut. A famous American playwright -- who, during World War II, wrote for the Germans, spied for the Allies and loved only his wife -- must prove his innocence to the world and to himself. Starring Academy Award and Emmy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Nick Nolte ("Affliction," "The Prince of Tides"), Sheryl Lee ("Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me," "Backbeat"), Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Alan Arkin ("Get Smart," "Little Miss Sunshine"), Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee David Strathairn ("Good Night, and Good Luck," "The Bourne Ultimatum"), Golden Globe-nominee Kirsten Dunst ("Spiderman trilogy," "Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles") and Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner John Goodman (TV's "Roseanne," "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip").
A famous American playwright -- who, during World War II, wrote for the Germans, spied for the Allies and loved only his wife -- must prove his innocence to the world and to himself. Based on the novel by Kurt Vonnegut.
Three brothers who are inept criminals butcher one last attempt to pull off a big heist in this caper comedy. Bill Firpo (Nicolas Cage) is sick of thievery and has retired from crime to run an upscale restaurant in New York. But when his two brothers, Alvin (Dana Carvey) and Dave (Jon Lovitz), get out of prison, Bill is sucked back into their world of crime.
Anonymous messages begin turning up informing a model that someone close to her is in danger of being murdered.
Laura and Andy are determined to find out who has been robbing the mercantile and stealing food from people. The "Garvey and Ingalls Detective Agency" is officially in business, but it ultimately causes more harm than good.
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