Classic portrait of a weekend in the life of an alcoholic writer. Well deserved multi-Oscar winner, including Best Picture!
Camp classic based on the book by Joan Crawford's adopted daughter, Christina, about the movie star's abusive habits.
Francis Ford Coppola's treatment of the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel about a wealthy 1920s bootlegger who attempts to renew his love affair with a woman who has since married.
Another night, another club. Jigger Pine's quintet is sockin' 'em solid before hopping a boxcar to the next gig. Not much money in this life. But plenty of tumult involving a criminal (Lloyd Nolan), a songbird (Priscilla Lane), a siren (Betty Field) and those Blues in the Night (the famed title tune and other songs are by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer.) Anatole Litvak (The Snake Pit) directs this work packed with future filmmakers: scripter Robert Rossen (The Hustler), actors-turned-directors Richard Whorf (numerous TV series) and Elia Kazan (A Streetcar Named Desire), and Don Siegel (Dirty Harry), who provides the film's montages. Check your pulse if one of Siegel's inventive sequences doesn't provoke gasps of amazement!
Keechie (Cathy O'Donnell) looks after the injured and nervous Bowie (Farley Granger), who has a gift for her in Nicholas Ray's They Live By Night, 1949.
A drunken Alvin York (Gary Cooper) seeking vengeance in a Tennessee rainstorm, is struck by lightning and decides instead to visit Pastor Pile (Walter Brennan) at church in Sergeant York, 1941.
Opening scene from Anatole Litvak's nutty Blues in the Night, 1941, with future major directors Elia Kazan (as 'Nickie') and Richard Whorf (as 'Jigger') and Bowery Boy Billy Halop (as 'Peppi').
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1941) against a ruthless land baron (Warren William) while Belle Andrews (Constance Bennett) looks on.
Vampy Kay (Betty Field) negotiating with escaped convict and ex-gang boss Del (Lloyd Nolan) then trampling on her lackey semi-boyfriend Brad (Wallace Ford) in a grim scene from Anatole Litvak's Blues in the Night, 1941.
A reporter tries to solve a series of boardinghouse murders in Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941) starring Ronald Reagan.
Mexican undercover agent Pablo (Ricardo Montalban) strikes up a conversation with 'Bracero' Juan Garcia (James Mitchell) as they seek legal, then illegal work in Anthony Mann's Border Incident, 1949.
Draftee Alvin York (Gary Cooper) on the shooting range where his skill baffles Sergeant Parsons (Pat Flaherty) and assembled comrades in Howard Hawks' Sergeant York, 1941.
Anne Bancroft stars as Estelle Rolfe, an unconventional divorcee who resides in New York, in close proximity to her grown son Gilbert (Ron Silver) and his wife Lisa (Carrie Fisher). Though his wife yearns to move back to her home state of California, Gilbert cannot quite cut the silver cord that binds him to his mother. Upon learning that Estelle is dying, her dutiful son offers to honor her last request to meet the reclusive actress Greta Garbo. Also stars Harvey Fierstein, and Hermione Gingold.
A dying mother's (Anne Bancroft) last wish to meet Greta Garbo costs her son (Ron Silver) his job, his marriage and his dignity. Carrie Fisher also stars in this slice-of-life film from director Sidney Lumet.
Based on Christina Crawford's scandalous tell-all memoir, Mommie Dearest paints a portrait of a Joan Crawford the public never knew.
Outrageous and controversial, this is the story of legendary movie star Joan Crawford (Faye Dunaway) as she struggles for her career and battles the inner demons of her private life. This torment was manifested in her relationships with her adopted children, Christina (Diana Scarwid) and Christopher (Xander Berkeley). The public Crawford was a strong-willed, glamorous object of admiration, but Mommie Dearest reveals the private Crawford, the woman desperate to be a mother, adopting her children when she was single and trying to survive in a devastating industry that swallows careers thoughtlessly. The rage, the debilitating strain, and the terrifying descent into alcoholism and child abuse are graphically - and unforgettably – depicted in this film, based upon Christina Crawford's best-selling book.
Outrageous and controversial, this is the story of legendary movie star Joan Crawford (Faye Dunaway) as she struggles for her career and battles the inner demons of her private life.
Outrageous and controversial, this is the story of legendary movie star Joan Crawford as she struggles for her career and battles the inner demons of her private life.
The story of the late J. Edgar Hoover, who was head of the FBI from 1924-1972. The film follows Hoover from his racket-busting days through his reign under eight U.S. presidents.
Caine (DAVID CARRADINE), delivering a religious sect from persecution, shows that tolerance must come from a mutual understanding.
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Illya is thrown from a plane, naked, in the arms of a dazzling stewardess and with only one parachute for the two of them--as Napoleon races across the Arabian desert to save him from a horrible death.
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A robot is put on trial for the murder of his creator.
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