Wonderful fantasy in which an Iowa farmer is called upon from beyond to construct a baseball field, to the consternation of his family. Moving and well played!
A ruthless New York columnist uses a pandering press agent in his scheme to end his sister's romance with a jazz musician. First-rate cast and script!
In Mexico, a stripper teams up with a seedy American expatriate to search for a stolen fortune. So-so story helped by its stars.
Touching story of a terminally ill elderly writer who invites his family to his final birthday celebration. Lancaster is wonderful!
Sinclair Lewis sordid story of a crooked evangelist and the people he uses to achieve his unchristian goals. Oscars for Lancaster and Jones, as well as a Best Picture nomination!
Story of convicted murderer Robert Stroud, who became an authority on birds by raising them in his prison cell. Outstanding performances all around.
Acclaimed television chronicle of the landmark 1954 Supreme Court ruling on civil rights in the Brown vs. Board of Education case.
A powerful look at Army life during the suspenseful days before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Many memorable scenes and an all-star cast, including a great performance by Sinatra. Based on the novel by James Jones.
A failed doctor fights to stay sober while his wife pines for her lost youth and her lost dog, Sheba.
Separate Tables movie trailer - starring Alan Bates, Julie Christie, Claire Bloom, Irene Worth. Directed by John Schlesinger. Genre: Drama
Chronicles the life of the famed Native American athlete who gained worldwide recognition for his achievements in many sports on an Olympic and professional level.
An oil company executive encounters unexpected situations when he travels to a small Scottish fishing town with the intent of buying it. Quirky quiet comedy!
What would you do if a total stranger proved to you that your three closest friends are enemy agents?
Terrifying odyssey of 1,000 doomed passengers trapped aboard a plague-infested train, as it speeds across Europe to the Cassandra Crossing - and certain death. Fleeing from the police, a plague-infested terrorist boards the Geneva to Stockholm Express, and exposes its passengers to the deadly virus. Colonel MacKenzie is called in to handle the situation and contacts a doctor aboard the train, Jonathan Chamberlain who finds the sick man. However, Chamberlain and his wife are unable to get the sick man into a hovering helicopter and he dies. To make sure the plague spreads no further, MacKenzie decides to re-route the train via the Cassandra Crossing, where it will plunge into oblivion. At Nuremburg, the train is completely sealed and pumped with oxygen. The passengers who had contracted the plague suddenly begin to recover as the bacteria is killed by the enriched air. Since the patients are recovering, Dr. Chamberlain argues that there is no need to continue the train's journey to the deadly Cassandra Crossing, but MacKenzie refuses to change the route. Chamberlain races against time to disconnect the cars. He succeeds, but dies as he tries to leap to safety. Seconds later, the Cassandra Crossing bridge collapses and only the disconnected cars remain safe. But now the question is whether any of the bacteria survived?
"If you build it, he will come." With these words, Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) is inspired by a voice he can't ignore to pursue a dream he can hardly believe. Also starring Ray Liotta, James Earl Jones, and Amy Madigan, Field of Dreams is an extraordinary and unforgettable experience that has moved critics and audiences like no other film of its generation. Field of Dreams is a glowing tribute to all who dare to dream.
An Iowa corn farmer, hearing voices, interprets them as a command to build a baseball diamond in his fields; he does, and the Chicago Black Sox come.
"If you build it, he will come." That's the ethereal message that inspires Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) to construct a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield...but the question is, who is "he"?
Burt Lancaster gives one of the most memorable performances of his career... ...in the critically-acclaimed "Rocket Gibraltar." Lancaster stars as Levi Rockwell, a writer, professor, comic and lover of the sea, who is about to turn 77. In celebration of the event, Levi's four children and eight grandchildren return to his home on the idyllic shores of Saggaponack, New York. Featured as one of the eight Rockwell grandchildren is Macaulay Culkin, star of Home Alone and My Girl. The Rockwell clan is a close-knit family who share a warm relationship with Levi. But what begins as a joyful day marking a milestone in a man's life turns into a surprisingly ironic and moving event as the grandchildren honor Levi's most cherished wish. A provocative film that crosses generations and is similar in spirit to The Big Chill, Susan Granger of WMCA Radio called "Rocket Gibraltar" "A total 10. Not since On Golden Pond has there been such a loving film."
In celebration of their patriarch's (Burt Lancaster) 77th birthday, a family unites for a last celebration. Also starring Macaulay Culkin.
On a pleasant June morning in 1941 nothing seemed more peaceful than Red Square and Moscow itself. It was early summer, and people were strolling along the broad streets, shopping in the big department stores or going to the country for the day.
13th century Venetian trader Marco Polo (Ian Somerhalder, Lost) is enlisted to accompany a pair of priests to the court of Kublai Khan (Golden Globe winner Brian Dennehy, Death of a Salesman), Mongol conqueror of the East. The mission is to convert the most populous and wealthiest nation in the world to Christianity.
The Allied effort in World War II was designed by three men: Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin.
The Unknown War was an Allied war. For the Russians, the victory had a special meaning. This was a war in which 20 million Russians died, possibly more.
In 1942 some of the fiercest combat ever took place in the monumental battle between the German and Russian armies. The ground was covered with bombs and artillery shells; almost all of Stalingrad was reduced to rubble.
The Russians fought Hitler at sea — in the Baltic, in the Gulf of Finland, in the Black Sea, the Arctic and even on inland lakes and rivers.
In 1943 Novorossiysk, at the foothills of the Caucasus mountains, was the southernmost tip of the Soviet front. At the same time the Battle of Stalingrad was taking place, in the summer of 1942, the Battle for the Caucasus began.
This is the story of ordinary Russian civilians who worked to supply the military with tanks, planes, guns — whatever was necessary to win the war against the Nazis.
In the history of the Unknown War, Leningrad stands out as a symbol of the courage and persistence of the Russian people. For years Leningrad resisted capture by Hitler’s forces.
In July of 1943 the largest armored battle in history took place in Kursk. Hitler planned to annihilate the Soviet army at Kursk and make one final effort to win the war in the east.
Situated in central Europe, Poland was a geographical corridor for invasion and war. During World War II Poland suffered enormously; six million Poles lost their lives.
During the fighting for Stalingrad, the defenders of the city took an oath: “There is no land for us beyond the Volga.”
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