Two members of the decadent pre-revolutionary French nobility engage in games of seduction and deceit. Lavish production received many Academy Award nominations!
In this even dumber but equally successful sequel, bandit Reynolds transports an elephant from Miami to Texas with sheriff Gleason and his identical brothers in pursuit.
Satirical takeoff of "The Incredible Shrinking Man", in which a suburban housewife becomes a celebrity after being adversely affected by household cleaning products.
Sheriff Will Blue (Henry Fonda) and saloon entertainer Molly (Janice Rule) make a tentative approach to the Man from Bodie (Aldo Ray) who threatens to destroy their town in Welcome to Hard Times, 1967.
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In 1930's Shanghai, the 'Paris of the East,' aging socialite Mo (Cecilia Cheung) and famous womanizer Xie (Jang Dong-gun) indulge cynical but sensuous pleasures in a dangerous game of hearts.
Academy Award-winner Jodie Foster ("Maverick," "The Silence of the Lambs") and Mark Harmon (TV's "Chicago Hope," "Reasonable Doubts") star in this bittersweet drama about an irresponsible ex-ballplayer who recounts his life upon learning of the death of his first love. Remembering when she was first his babysitter, then his best friend, the man re-evaluates his current life in terms of the passion and enthusiasm of his youth. Co-starring Blair Brown ("The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd"), Harold Ramis ("Ghostbusters"), Jonathan Silverman ("The Single Guy," "Weekend at Bernie's"), William McNamara ("Copycat"), John Shea ("Lois and Clark") and Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe-winner Helen Hunt ("As Good As It Gets," "Twister," "Mad About You"). Rex Reed says this "fires the imagination and touches the heart" and Jeffrey Lyons calls it "Absolutely wonderful...It's like a beautiful mid-summer daydream you hate to see end."
Three Academy Awards(R) went to this sly, seductive tale about the fatal attraction linking 18th century French aristocrats Glenn Close, John Malkovich and Michelle Pfeiffer. From the international stage hit.
In 1930's Shanghai, the "Paris of the East," aging socialite Mo (Cecilia Cheung) and famous womanizer Xie (Jang Dong-gun) indulge cynical but sensuous pleasures in a dangerous game of hearts. The game: win, bed, and abandon kind humanitarian widow Du (Zhang Ziyi). The prize: a chance to rekindle lost romance. But in a city where no one can be trusted, there may be no difference between love and war.
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