The mission of a distraught mother to reunite her twin sons, separated at birth. Intelligently directed by noted writer McLuhan!
A coming-of-age tale set in the gritty, bloody Old West. The Duke is a grizzled rancher who reluctantly leads a group of schoolboys on a cattle drive. Very fine cast.
Allen's partly autobiographical look at the neurotic romance between a Manhattan comedy writer and an aspiring singer. Nominated for every major Academy Award, winning most, including Best Picture!
This critically acclaimed Oscar-Nominated documentary focuses on Al Hirschfeld, the beloved illustrator, whose New York times drawings have brought to life the stars of stage and screen for more than 70 years.
Ice Castles movie trailer - starring Tom Skerritt, Colleen Dewhurst, Robby Benson, Jennifer Warren, Lynn-Holly Johnson. Directed by Donald Wrye. Theatrical Release Date: 12/31/1978
A rich man, suffering from a long-term disease, hires a beautiful young woman as his caretaker - despite their very different backgrounds, the two are slowly drawn together. With Vincent D'Onofrio.
Exciting Stephen King thriller about a schoolteacher who comes out of a coma with incredible psychic powers which prove to be both a blessing and a curse. Walken is typically intense!
Slasher film about a young babysitter being terrorized by phone calls from a deadly psychopath. Not good, but better than most of this kind!
Writer-director Woody Allen as comic Alvy Singer, speaking to the audience in the famous opening of his Best Picture Academy Award winner from 1977, Annie Hall.
First ruminating about the Warren Commission with Allison (Carol Kane) then years later in the Hamptons with Annie (Diane Keaton) and lobsters, writer-director Woody Allen as comic Alvy Singer in Annie Hall, 1977.
Woody Allen fictionalized his relationship with Diane Keaton, turning it into one of the Seventies' greatest love stories, Annie Hall (1977).
New York comic Alvy (Woody Allen) in concert in Wisconsin, then with Annie (Diane Keaton) and her family (Colleen Dewhurst, Helen Ludlam, Donald Symington, Christopher Walken) for Easter dinner, in Annie Hall, 1977.
Fred Savage (TV's "The Wonder Years") and Bonnie Bedelia ("Presumed Innocent," "Die Hard") star in a heartwarming story about the special friendship between two teenagers struggling to adjust to life after each suffers a great loss. A splendid supporting cast -- including TV heartthrob Jason Priestley ("Beverly Hills, 90210"), Emmy-winner Colleen Dewhurst ("Murphy Brown"), Fred Gwynne ("My Cousin Vinny") and Academy Award-winner Louise Fletcher ("The Cheap Detective," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest") -- rounds out this story of belief in the impossible and in the magical. A wonderful film for the whole family.
Fred Savage (TV's "The Wonder Years") and Bonnie Bedelia ("Presumed Innocent," "Die Hard") star in a heartwarming story about the special friendship between two teenagers struggling to adjust to life after each suffers a great loss.
Fred Savage and Bonnie Bedelia star in a heartwarming story about the special friendship between two teenagers struggling to adjust to life after each suffers a great loss. A wonderful film for the whole family.
Christopher Walken wakes from a coma due to a car accident, only to find he has lost five years of his life, and yet gained psychic powers. Foreseeing the future appears to be a 'gift' at first, but ends up causing problems...
A man awakens from a 5 year coma to discover he has a psychic abilities.
A century and a half ago, North battled South in a conflict that would kill more Americans than any other war. The outcome would change our nation forever, and no one had more to gain, or to lose, than American slaves. Join actor Dennis Haysbert as he looks at their struggles through the objects in the Smithsonians collection. From a childs shackles to the inkwell Lincoln used to write the Emancipation Proclamation, these artifacts transport us to a brutal and complicated time when our country tore itself apart.
Episodes 3 and 4 of a 12-episode dramatic series on the Book of Acts.
Join Trace Adkins for a glimpse into what the Civil War meant to Confederates, through the lens of the objects they left behind.
Dennis Haysbert examines objects of the Civil War that bring to life the perspective of the millions of African Americans who were living in slavery.
Join Ashley Judd, descendant of a Union soldier, as she delves into the stories of the North's struggles during the Civil War.
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