A newspaperman falls in love with a buyer for a Manhattan department store while covering a Paris fashion show.
The new member of a crime family is ordered to kill the man who taught him the assassination business.
Six scientists battle sea creatures, as well as each other, during their mission to plant earthquake warning devices on the ocean floor.
A writer in hope of a bestseller encourages a disturbed murderer on parole to kill again.
Fatal Beauty -- Whoopi Goldberg stars as a witty, street-smart L.A. narcotics cop who goes undercover to investigate a poisoned drug shipment in this explosive, romantic action-comedy. Co-stars Sam Elliott.
Fatal Beauty -- Rita Rizzoli is a narcotics cop with a plethora of disguises. When a drug shipment is hijacked, the thieves don't know that the drug is unusually pure and packs of 'Fatal Beauty' begin turning up next to too many dead bodies...
Eve -- EVE is a four character narrative focusing on the manufacture of an American celebrity, alongside an obsessed fan desperate for his own fame, a lonely housewife seeking escape through simulation, and her wandering husband who finds comfort in mother earth.
Burt Lancaster gets a 'burn notice' from the CIA and they send his friend Alain Delon out to kill him in Scorpio (1973).
Following the credits, Greg Mullavey introduces himself to the group, Robert Culp and Natalie Wood, as 'Bob' and 'Carol,' Diane Berghoff as 'Myrna,' in Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, 1969, directed by Paul Mazursky from his screenplay with Larry Tucker.
A photographer (Elvis Presley) tries to keep his conservative boss from learning that he's moonlighting for a girlie magazine in Live a Little, Love a Little (1968), co-starring Michele Carey and Rudy Vallee.
A Los Angeles narcotics detective goes after drug dealers. She should have been looking for a better movie!
Trailer for the documentary Driving Me Crazy.
Filmmaker Nick Broomfield is hired to direct a film accompanying the 1988 German stage production of Body and Soul, a massive revival of African American music from the thirties and forties. He s offered a $1.6 million budget and permitted all access. Choreographers rehearsals, casting calls, executive sessions nothing s off limits. But then, with little explanation, his budget is dashed. Cast members become less accommodating than anticipated. A producer of the film wants Broomfield to explore more esoteric ideas and suggests that the documentary feature a non-existent producer, going so far as to volunteer to play a scripted version of himself. If it sounds confusing, that s because it is. Broomfield trains his lens on the messy arguments and chaotic interplay, shifting the subject from the production of the play to the production of the increasingly complicated film. Promises are broken, fuses blown, and cameras pushed out of the way, but Broomfield remains unwavering until the curtains finally close.
Broomfield’s behind-the-scenes document of the making of a musical becomes a ceremonious unmaking-of as egos, budgets and general calamity conspire to ruin the best efforts of all involved in the New York rehearsals for an extravagant, glitzy production.
Both uproariously funny and unerringly cautionary, Broomfield's behind-the-scenes document of the making of a musical becomes a ceremonious unmaking-of as egos, budgets and general calamity conspire to ruin the best efforts of all involved in the New York rehearsals for an extravagant, glitzy production. As Broomfield recounts it,"(This was) the first film I ever appeared in. I was so desperate in this out-of-control situation that it was the only way I could think of telling the story."
A lethal drug called "Fatal Beauty" has hit the mean streets of Los Angeles and Rita Rizzoli, the city's toughest undercover cop, ain't havin' any of it on her beat! Against direct orders from her boss, Rita goes on a rampage against the drug lord responsible, wielding both her mighty gun and her wicked tongue. And to get close to the enemy, Rita targets Mike Marshak, the drug kingpin's rugged and handsome bodyguard. And she doesn't know whether to kill him or kiss him!
Whoopi Goldberg stars as a witty, street-smart L.A. narcotics cop who goes undercover to investigate a poisoned drug shipment in this explosive, romantic action-comedy. Co-stars Sam Elliott.
Crosses and double-crosses abound in "Scorpio." Burt Lancaster is the enigmatic and aptly named Cross, a CIA agent. Jean Laurier (Alain Delon) is a government assassin who Cross hires to kill an Arab terrorist. Afterwards, Laurier’s boss, McCleod, tells him to kill Cross for a crime that Laurier doesn’t believe Cross committed. Cross learns of the plot and runs to Vienna, where he meets up with an old army buddy and KGB agent Sergei Zharkov (Paul Scofield). While there, McCleod kills Cross’ wife, and Cross returns to America to avenge her death, and he murders McCleod. But Cross still has some surprises for Laurier….
In a chilling scenario of international espionage and intrigue, Burt Lancaster and Alain Delon star as two adversaries, one a C.I.A. agent, the other a French assassin hired to kill him.
In the business of assassination, no one executes his job quite like hit man Arthur Bishop (Charles Bronson), aka The Mechanic. But when Bishop decides to teach his skills to a new young partner (Jan-Michael Vincent), a chain of events is set in motion that will lead to a showdown between master and apprentice. A taut and exciting thriller, Bronson and director Michael Winner would team up again to create the controversial Death Wish Trilogy.
This lighthearted drama finds Joe and Candy outdoing themselves---running
a mill by day and sparkin' lively Kate Kelly by night.
Noah sends Al to steal something from the state museum of an Eastern Bloc nation that will embarrass the Soviet Union. Problem is, Al has no idea what it is.
Kirk and a landing party beam down to what seems to be an ideal, Eden-like planet.
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Napoleon, Illya and a lovely Swiss girl travel to the high Alps to stop THRUSH from threatening the capitals of Europe with a new laser gun.
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