Guy Pearce stars as Alexander Hartdegen, a scientist, professor, and inventor in 1895 New York City who believes that time travel is possible. The sudden and unexpected death of his fianc‚e spurs Alexander to build a time machine, which he hopes to use in an effort to change the past. When he is unable to change the past, Alexander hurls himself more than 800,000 years into the future, seeking answers about the nature of time, but instead encountering a dystopian world where humanity has divided up into two races, the peaceful Eloi and the subterranean Morlocks. Befriending the beautiful Eloi woman Mara (pop singer Samantha Mumba), Alexander must set out to save her from the underground world of the Morlocks when she is captured by them. Along the way, he is aided by Vox (Orlando Jones), a bio-mechanical being from the 21st century. Ultimately, Alexander makes a shocking discovery about the true nature of the Eloi and Morlocks and decides that the only way to change the future is to alter the present.
From the streets of Gotham to the exotic jungle of Bengal, join the legendary and mysterious 'Phantom' as he battles injustice around the globe! Based on the classic Pulp Fiction adventure series.
Obnoxious and zany comedy about used car dealers who stop at nothing to drive each other out of business. A smashing cast. Lots of funny moments.
Ed Harris plays the captain of a Cold War Soviet missile submarine who has secretly been suffering from seizures that alter his perception of reality. Forced to leave his wife and daughter, he is rushed into a classified mission, where he is haunted by his past and challenged by a rogue KGB group (led by David Duchovny) bent on seizing control of the ship’s nuclear missile. With the fate of humanity in his hands, Harris discovers has been chosen for this mission in the belief he would fail. Phantom is a suspense submarine thriller about extraordinary men facing impossible choices.
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Fiercely independent Tula Bouvier Jeeters (Golden Globe nominee Ann-Margret, Queen) is living out her golden years in the sprawling but crumbling country home she shared with her beloved late husband. Intensely private, she’s also wary of visitors, especially the likes of Billie (Hunter Tylo, The Bold and the Beautiful) and Dave (Sean O’Bryan, The Princess Diaries), her deceased husband’s niece and nephew, and county social worker Jan Kyles (Rebecca McFarland, Scream 2). It’s their job to see to Tula’s welfare—like vultures—and to count the days when she can be recommended for “assisted living.” The only man on Tula’s side is the hopelessly romantic Doc Abrams (Gary Sandy, WKRP in Cincinnati), the town’s last true gentleman. But the final years of the aging Southern belle aren’t as predictable as everyone thinks. Her routine is unexpectedly shaken by the arrival of drifters Hank Ford (Matthew Settle, Band of Brothers) and his daughter Cali (Shailene Woodley, Without a Trace), nine-going-on-thirty and every bit the experienced con that her father is. Hank and Cali size up Tula as a quick mark, someone to take advantage of and then move on. But Tula’s no fool. She sees the pair as her last hope and plans to take them in as boarders so they can help with the upkeep of her home. For Hank and Cali, it sure beats living out of their convertible. However, when Billie encounters Hank’s slick charms firsthand, her suspicions, as well as those of the local sheriff, are soon roused. But an unlikely bond has already developed between Tula and her new friends, and it’s going to take more than a woman like Billie to break it. For the first time, Cali discovers what childhood is, Tula finds an enlightening new lease on life, opening herself up to the affections of Doc, and Hank is finally learning the meaning of friendship, family, and trust. Together they’re saying goodbye to yesterday, and, naysayers be damned, they’re going to fight for a new tomorrow that will change all their lives.
In the shadow of Mt. Rushmore, one of America's favorite tourist attractions, lies one of her poorest counties, The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. For Police officer Rudy Yellow Lodge, the painful legacy of Indian existence is brought home every night as he locks up drunk and disorderly Indians, which frequently includes his own alcoholic brother, Mogie. Rudy's frustration with the alcoholism on the 'rez' leads him to take the law into his own hands, but his trail of vengeance ends tragically when he unwittingly injures Mogie. Ironically, their relationship achieves redemption after Rudy's tragic error in judgment, and the brothers begin the process of mending their fractured relationship. Ultimately, Rudy is able to honor his big brother, as well as his people, with one exhilarating and life-affirming act of defiance, revealing the redemptive power of the love between the two brothers.
Rod Taylor ("The Birds") stars as a turn-of-the-century inventor whose time machine inadvertantly transports him thousands of years into the future.
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