Look Out…Diana Dors in the title role makes the title redundant! While working in a bookstore, our double-barreled femme fatale catches a man stealing a rare book. Report him to the police? Not on your life! She goes with him on a date…one that leads to blackmail!
Another stab at Henry Fielding's hilarious novel about the amorous misadventures of a dashing young man in 18th century England. The brilliant 1963 version, starring Albert Finney as the lusty hero, won four Oscars.
Olivia de Havilland's efforts to marry off her daughter are hindered by a family secret in Light In The Piazza (1962).
At the crazy Florentine festival of San Giovanni, Fabrizio (George Hamilton) and Clara (Yvette Mimieux), then her mother Margaret (Olivia de Havilland) with his father (Rossano Brazzi), in Light In The Piazza, 1962.
Poolside in Florence, the challenged Clara (Yvette Mimieux) frolics with Italian George Hamilton (as Fabrizio), mother Margaret (Olivia de Havilland) and friend (Isabel Dean) overseeing, in Light In The Piazza, 1962.
A High Wind in Jamaica -- Trailer for this sea faring film
Rough Cut -- Documentary or Narrative? Film School or Real Life? Tom (and the audience) needs to figure this out.
The trailer for A High Wind in Jamaica. When a pirate attacks a ship, he finds seven children, survivors from that attack, stowed away on his own ship and he must figure out what to do with them.
Trailer for Rough Cut.
A gangster who wants to be an actor; an actor more gangster than anything. Here their paths and lives begin to cross.
Leading K-Drama Heart-throbs Ji-Hwan Kang and Ji-Seob So star in this smart, comedic action blockbuster. Events become all too real for a bad-boy actor who hires a real gangster to play opposite him in a gangster movie.
Academy Award-winner Sean Connery ("Rising Sun," "The Hunt for Red October") stars in Fred Zinnemann's ("Julia," "High Noon") haunting tale of incestuous love set against a magnificent background of the Swiss Alps. Judith Crist writes that "Zinnemann has provided Sean Connery with one of his finest roles, and introduced to us a tantalizing new actress, Betsy Brantley."
Sean Connery stars in Fred Zinnemann's haunting tale of incestuous love set against a magnificent background of the Swiss Alps.
(Korean with English subtitles) In this blood-and-guts action drama, a film-within-the-film threatens to become more real - and more deadly - than the life of its bad-boy star when he hires a real gangster to take on an opposing role, so to avoid a scandal after beating a fellow actor half to death. But Su-Tae gets more than he bargained for from his victim's lethally stoic replacement, Gang-Pae.
The small town of Junction is the proud home of “The World’s Largest Stool.” John Stevens, a doctoral candidate in roadside attractions, travels to Junction, anxious to authenticate the stool as a true piece of art. Unbeknownst to John, there has been an act of vandalism against the statue of the town’s founder, and Curtis Gorfurter, Junction’s police chief, has concluded it must be the work of a terrorist. John drops off pictures of the stool in town for development and, wishing to have them enlarged, leaves a note, “BLOW UP.” To Chief Gorfurter this can only mean that the terrorist’s target is the stool. The Chief enacts the Junction Freedom Act and institutes a town color alert, instantly raising it from brick to tangerine. Soon, the Chief, John and the Chief’s sexually frustrated girlfriend are caught in a game where common sense has taken a holiday. Played with all seriousness and a caustic dead pan humor, director Jay Martel’s Terrorists offers a biting satire on fear gone berserk. While laugh out loud funny, it is also a serious statement on how hysteria can take away our civil liberties, even with the best of motives. A serious comedy about life in post-9/11 America.
Played with all seriousness and a caustic dead pan humor, director Jay Martel's Terrorists offers a biting satire on fear gone berserk. A serious comedy about life in post-9/11 America.
Andrej (Kirk Douglas), a smuggler of microfilmed Russian manuscripts, uses the luggage of unsuspecting travelers to transport the contraband out of the country.
The Palazzo Vecchio. The Uffizi Gallery. Michelangelo's David. Meg Johnson is eager to discover the glories of Italy with herbeautiful daughter Clara, who was mentally impaired in a childhood accident. But Clara discovers something more – love – with anardent Italian who mistakes her limitations for charming naiveté. Clara is so happy and fulfilled. Should Margaret reveal herdaughter's secret? Sensitive and elegantly romantic, Light in the Piazza is an A-list production with a fine cast headed by two-timeOscar® winner* Olivia de Havilland, a script by Casablanca's Julius J. Epstein, gowns by Christian Dior and color cinematographycelebrating the magnificent art and architecture of Florence and Rome. Rossano Brazzi, Yvette Mimieux, George Hamilton and BarrySullivan also star in this moving story that was also the basis for the award-winning 2005 Broadway musical.
The old-fashioned Radford Brewery is the subject of an unwelcome takeover bid by a huge multi-national, when the managing director is murdered.
Morse is called in when an eminent environmentalist is murdered minutes before he is due to give a controversial lecture at Beaufort College.
The old-fashioned Radford brewery is the subject of an unwelcome takeover bid by a huge multinational when the managing director is murdered. Morse becomes convinced that everyone involved is hiding something and the Radford family is closing ranks against him. Featuring LIONEL JEFFRIES and LISA HARROW alongside JOHN THAW as Morse and KEVIN WHATELY as Sergeant Lewis.
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