Wildcats starring Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson, Goldie Hawn, Swoosie Kurtz, James Keach, Jan Hooks
The Love Letter movie trailer - starring Blythe Danner, Tom Selleck, Kate Capshaw, Ellen DeGeneres, Gloria Stuart, Geraldine McEwan. Directed by Peter Chan. Genre: Comedy
As the daughter of a legendary grid iron star, a young woman's greatest desire is to coach a team of her own. But when the chauvinistic powers-that-be assign her to an inner-city ghetto school, the spirited female has her work cut out for her.
Classic screen version of H.G. Wells' tale of a scientist driven insane by his discovery of an invisibility serum. Great screen debut by Rains!
The Million Dollar Hotel movie trailer - starring Mel Gibson, Milla Jovovich, Amanda Plummer, Jimmy Smits, Jeremy Davies, Gloria Stuart. Directed by Wim Wenders. Genre: Drama
Rebecca's Uncle Harry leaves her with Aunt Miranda who forbids her to associate with 'show people'. But neighbor Anthony Kent is a talent scout who secretly sets it up for Rebecca to broadcast on a local radio show because he is sure he can make her a star . Also in colorized version.
Tragi-comic, romantic whodunnit set in a run down hotel which plays host to mentally ill people too poor to afford medical insurance.
A flamboyant star throws a TV comedy show into chaos in My Favorite Year (1982) starring Peter O'Toole.
Rehearsing for the TV show, and a momentary reconciliation between the star King (Joseph Bologna) and guest star Alan Swann (Peter O'Toole), from Richard Benjamin's My Favorite Year, 1982.
Inebriated guest Alan Swan (Peter O'Toole) arrives as TV star King Kaiser (Joseph Bologna) and staff are sampling clips of his old movies, writer Benji (Mark Linn-Baker) mediating, in Richard Benjamin's My Favorite Year, 1982.
An interlude in Central Park, TV writer Benji (Mark Linn-Baker) shares secrets with errant movie star Alan Swann (Peter O'Toole) whom he's minding, in Richard Benjamin's My Favorite Year, 1982.
Dissolute movie star Alan Swann (Peter O'Toole) with minder Benji (Mark Linn-Baker) at The Stork Club, makes nice with a fan and contrives to escape with a dishy spectator, in My Favorite Year, 1982.
When Elaine Marshall catches her husband and his lover in a hotel room, her anger quickly turns to shock as she discovers that Jim’s paramour is actually a young man.
In renowned German director Wim Wenders' darkly humorous and poignant essay on post-9/11 America, a young social worker returns to Los Angeles from the West Bank. She is seeking her Vietnam vet uncle who is now a vigilante security cop, keeping his eye out for terrorists. Michelle Williams is a 2007 Spirit Award nominee for Best Female Lead in this IFC film.
Renowned German director Wim Wenders uses L.A. as a backdrop for his darkly humorous and poignant essay on contemporary life in America.
FBI Agent Skinner (Mel Gibson) has been brought in to solve his most bizarre case yet. In a downtown fleabag hotel, the son of a billionaire media mogul has mysteriously died. Now, Skinner must find the murderer among the hotel's guests, uncovering a web of deception that runs deeper than he ever thought imaginable...and protects the guilty from justice.
FBI Agent Skinner (Mel Gibson) has been brought in to solve his most bizarre case yet.
FBI Agent Skinner has been brought in to solve his most bizarre case yet. In a downtown fleabag hotel, the son of a billionaire media mogul has mysteriously died. Skinner must find the murderer among the hotel's guests, uncovering a web of deception which runs deeper than he ever thought imaginable.
Craig can’t bear it any longer, he has to let Tracey, the girl of his dreams, know that he exists... Staking out her place of work - the local supermarket- Craig waits for her to turn up for her daily shift. Then, heartfelt and unspoken, he delivers his all-important letter. Now all he has to do is wait. Starring Jaime Winstone, daughter of Ray Winstone (The Departed, Cold Mountain, Sexy Beast).
Helen (Kate Capshaw) runs a bookstore in a small fishing community where everyone seems to know everyone else's business. A 42-year-old single mother, she is emotionally distant and fearful of getting too close to anyone. George (Tom Selleck) has known Helen since they were schoolmates, and he's been in love with her for ages, but has always settled for just being her friend. Convinced she wasn't interested in him, he married another woman years ago. Helen also has another secret admirer, Johnny (Tom Everett Scott), who isn't at all put off by the fact that Helen is twice his age. Johnny, however, is currently occupied with Jennifer (Julianne Nicholson), a fellow student who also works at the bookstore and is crazy about him. Into this tangled web of unrequited love comes an amorous letter that Helen finds in the store one day. The letter bears no signature and no address; it's at once passionate and oblique, fervent and cryptic. So who wrote it? And to whom was the writer planning to send it? Before long, the letter has made its way through this circle, and everyone has an idea (or a hope) of who their secret love is.
The angels help a desperate man deal with his emotions. Gloria must show the man that he can help others if only he will open his heart and mind.
The agents are sent to capture a dangerous government assassin who is said to have switched allegiances, and Darien is stunned to discover that the man may be his own father, who has been missing for decades.
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