Rising Damp clip - starring Leonard Rossiter, Don Warrington, Frances de de la Tour, Richard Beckinsale.
Hamlet -- Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, returns home to find his father murdered and his mother remarrying the murderer, his uncle. Meanwhile, war is brewing.
Hamlet -- Kenneth Branagh writes, directs and stars in this four-time Oscar nominated classic Shakespeare saga about the melancholy Dane.
Land of the Blind -- Trailer for this political thriller
Lighthouse -- US Home Video Trailer from Republic Pictures
8 Women -- Following the death of the mother, a father and son open up a brothel in their Genevan estate after watching Fellini's '8 1/2'.
Rising Damp movie trailer - starring Denholm Elliott, Leonard Rossiter, Frances de la Tour, Don Warrington, Christopher Strauli. Genre: Comedy
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Rising Damp: Series 3 movie trailer - starring Leonard Rossiter. Genre: Comedy
8 1/2 Women movie trailer - starring Amanda Plummer, Polly Walker, Vivian Wu, John Standing, Matthew Delamere, Claire Johnston. Directed by Peter Greenaway. Genre: Comedy
Horror spoof with scare-master Price going head-to-head with evil scientists. The real victim is comedy.
The Great War is over and a long-awaited engagement is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues, and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate. Starring Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, and Hugh Bonneville with guest star Shirley MacLaine.
Kenneth Branagh ("Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," "The Road to El Dorado") writes, directs and stars in this four-time Oscar-nominated classic Shakespeare saga about the melancholy Dane. With an all-star cast, including Oscar-nominee Kate Winslet ("Iris," "Titanic") and Oscar-winner Julie Christie ("Dragonheart," "Dr. Zhivago"), as well as appearances by Charlton Heston, John Gielgud, Jack Lemmon, Gerard Depardieu, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams and many others. Branagh received an Oscar nomination for his outstanding screenplay. The Hollywood Reporter says "Branagh has boldly invigorated William Shakespeare's most celebrated play to a towering visual dimension that captures the tumultuous tragedy as no stage or filmic version has... Multiple Oscar nominations seem in order."
Kenneth Branagh writes, directs and stars in this four-time Oscar nominated classic Shakespeare saga about the melancholy Dane.
Lewis believes a subversive media blog holds the clues to a violent murder—despite Dr. Hobson’s opinion that the victim’s death was a suicide. Did lonely Miranda Thornton really kill herself when her online dating profile was leaked to TheBarker.biz, or was her death actually part of an intricate revenge plot?
Boyd needs Sarah's counter-terrorism expertise to help expose the state's involvement in Karl Barclay's death, but the case only amplifies Sarah's crippling self-doubt and guilt over the death of a colleague.
When a missing student's DNA matches with that of a corpse found drowned years before, Boyd suspects a cover-up. Unmasking the fears and tensions of the post 7/7 terror attacks, the team discover the victim could have formed part of a terrorist cell.
The Tardis is trapped on a parallel Earth and Rose discovers that her father is still alive. But sinister forces are at work, and British society is being prepared for the Ultimate Upgrade. Meanwhile, an old enemy of the Doctor’s is about to be reborn…
From PBS and Masterpiece: A juicy trailer gives some hints about what's in store for the residents of Downton Abbey in Season 4.
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