May the Best Man Win -- Waynesville, Pennsylvania's most beloved citizen, Alex Grant, has hired filmmaker Fred Anderton to document his wedding from engagement to honeymoon. Fred is determined to turn this simple wedding video into a cinematic masterpiece. But Fred gets bored shooting wedding planning details and digs for drama to create his opus. So when the groom agonizes over choosing his best man, Fred orchestrates a cutthroat contest between Alex's closest friends, high school teachers Andrew Walter and Jack Reynolds.
The Gangster -- The Gangster tells the story of three young children and where their imaginations takes them.
In a Lonely Place -- Trailer for this black and white suspense thriller
Gangster No.1 movie trailer - starring Malcolm McDowell, David Thewlis, Paul Bettany, Saffron Burrows, Kenneth Cranham, Frank Giering. Directed by Paul McGuigan. Genre: Action-Adventure
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Claire Phillips is an American nightclub singer working in Singapore in the early 1940s, when the Japanese attack and take over the island country. Now trapped, and widowed since her husband was killed in the Bataan Death March, Claire agrees to aid an American secret agent in fighting the occupying Japanese troops. She is captured by the enemy, tortured, and sentenced to be shot, but is rescued at the last minute by her American contact. This war-time tale is based on the true story of Americas own "Mata Hari" of the South Pacific, and stars Ann Dvorak ("Scarface," "Flame of Barbary Coast") as Claire Phillips, Gene Evans ("Operation Petticoat," "Shock Corridor") as the American secret agent, and Douglas Kennedy ("Dark Passage," "The Fastest Guitar Alive"), Philip Ahn (TVs "Kung Fu," "Thoroughly Modern Millie") and Richard Loo ("The Man With the Golden Gun," "The Sand Pebbles").
Claire Phillips is an American nightclub singer working in Singapore in the early 1940s, when the Japanese attack and take over the island country. Now trapped and widowed, Claire agrees to aid an American secret agent in fighting the occupying Japanese troops.
Academy Award® winner Humphrey Bogart (Best Actor, The African Queen, 1951) stars as Dixon Steele, a down-on-his-luck studio scribe who reluctantly agrees to adapt a trashy bestseller to the silver screen. Rather than read the book himself, Steele convinces a star-struck hatcheck girl, Mildred Atkinson, to accompany him home and tell him the story in her own words. Later that night, Mildred is found murdered and Steele, who has a history of violent behavior, becomes the prime suspect. Fortunately for him, his sexy neighbor, Laurel Gray (Gloria Grahame), who is physically attracted to the writer, lies to the police by providing Steele with an air-tight alibi. But is he truly innocent of Mildred's death or is Laurel destined to become the next victim of Steele's violent temper?
A pregnant wanderer is involved in a train crash and assumes a dead girl's identity. When a man who discovers her true identity blackmails her, she decides to kill him. Based on a novel by William Irish.
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