The true adventures of the 'Fighting 99th', the first squadron of black American pilots to enter the aerial battlefield.
Unearthed from the grave of a murdered child, a wooden Pinocchio puppet falls into the hands of an impressionable eight-year-old girl. When she cuts his strings, the puppet comes murderously alive.
While investigating a series of grisly sex murders, a tough New Orleans cop discovers that he has much in common with the killer he is pursuing.
Two Chicago kids from different backgrounds team up to retrieve a stolen watch. No big names but well done!
Follow the lives of a group of 8 gifted high school seniors as they prepare for uncertain adulthood during the decade of love. A look back is sometimes a look forward.
A young man's body is inhabited by a quartet of souls who died the night he was born.
Heart and Souls -- A businessman is reunited with the four lost souls who were his guardian angels during childhood, all with a particular purpose to joining the afterlife.
The Tightrope -- Trailer for The Tightrope
Trailer for The Tightrope.
Filmed with five hidden cameras, The Tightrope is a total immersion into the creative process behind legendary theater director Peter Brook's work -- powerful, intimate, and emotionally thrilling. In this unique and deeply personal film, we get a dizzying glimpse from the Tightrope and an inkling of what it takes to make theater real...
Black sharecroppers during the Depression fight to get their children a decent education in Martin Ritt's Sounder (1972).
Hunting a raccoon in the dark, Lightnin' Hopkins music, Paul Winfield (as 'Nathan') and Kevin Hooks (as 'David Lee'), on location in Louisiana, opening Martin Ritt's Sounder, 1972.
Directed by Martin Ritt, Sounder is a powerful story of a boy, his dog and his familys triumph over adversity.
The barriers that separate fantasy from reality are shattered in this stylish, mind-jarring thriller, where two parallel worlds collide in a paroxysm of deception, madness and murder. On the thirteenth floor of a corporate tower, high-tech visionary Douglas Hall (Craig Bierko, The Long Kiss Goodnight) and his high-strung colleague, Whitney (Vincent D'Onofrio, Men In Black), have opened the door to an amazing virtual world - circa 1937 Los Angeles. But when the powerful leader of their secret project (Armin Mueller-Stahl, Shine, The X-Files) is discovered slashed to death, Hall himself becomes the prime suspect. Arriving from Paris is the beautiful and mysterious Jane Fuller (Gretchen Mol, Rounders), claiming to be the murder victim's daughter. Her instant, magnetic attraction to Hall only further blurs the lines of what is real. Is he the killer? Is the inscrutable Jane somehow connected? To find the answers, Hall must cross the boundaries into the simulated reality he has helped create - and confront the astonishing truth about his own existence.
Ends 03/31/14. On the 13th floor of a modern-day L.A. office building, a new world has been created--one that exists in 1937. Craig Bierko stars as Douglas Hall, a computer geek who has helped to invent the virtual metropolis. When his partner is murdered after a jaunt into the program, Hall finds himself swept into a mystery that holds the terrifying secrets of their entire existence.
A sci-fi thriller about an experiment gone awry, resulting in a murder mystery that veers between 1937 Los Angeles and the present day. An intelligent look at reality versus manipulated perception, where one is forced to question everything.
In 1937, Fuller hands a secret note to a bartender addressed to Douglas Hall. Moments later, Fuller transports himself back to 1998 and is found dead. It's up to Hall to find out the truth about Fullers death and the secret note.
On the 13th floor of a modern-day L.A. office building, a new world has been created--one that exists in 1937. Craig Bierko stars as Douglas Hall, a computer geek who has helped to invent the virtual metropolis. When his partner is murdered after a jaunt into the program, Hall finds himself swept into a mystery that holds the terrifying secrets of their entire existence.
Benny, a hapless grifter, is thrown off a train after cheating at cards, and into the life of Tanya, a lovely bartender. Tanya has been supporting her husband, a former ballplayer, since his accident, waiting for an insurance settlement that will solve all their financial woes. But when it comes, he refuses to share it with her, claiming with newfound piety that money is the root of all evil. She then enlists the help of Benny to concoct a scheme to get her fair share of the settlement, and he finds one: a local Catholic mission needs money for repairs and Benny decides to create a miracle that will encourage husband Henry to fork over the money - which Benny and Tanya will intercept and share.
When an attorney brings home an unusual piece of evidence -- a wooden puppet -- her daughter thinks it's a toy. Soon, bodies begin piling up.
The 'fighting 99th' was the first squadron of African-American U.S. Army Air Corps combat fighter pilots in WWII. When they began training, few, if any, in the Army wanted them there. They had to prove that they were stronger, tougher, smarter and better fliers than most white pilots...and they did! Laurence Fishburne stars in this high-flying drama.
To avoid being dumped by his girlfriend, a coldhearted yuppie must help the ghosts of four people who died as he was being born.
When high school students Molly Ringwald and Randall Batinkoff fall for each other, they wind up taking a crash course in adulthood in this contemporary romantic comedy. Molly ("The Breakfast Club,""Sixteen Candles") stars as a fledgling journalism student who can't wait to see her name in print. Randall is hoping for a scholarship to Cal Tech. On top of the world and in love, their futures seem idyllic until one little thing throws them off track - a baby. This unexpected "change of events" doesn't sit too well with their moms and dads, who just aren't ready to be grandparents. So Molly and Randall split from their families, get married and begin a life on their own with their new "bundle of job." It doesn't take long before the honeymoon is over, diapers are in, and late dates are out. But in the end, sharing kisses beats doing dishes as Molly, Randall and their families discover that the best love of all is...For Keeps.
The cast and producers of Friends reflect during their final days at work and after series production ends.
Rachel feels like her annoying, self-indulgent younger sister, Amy, is finally on the verge of making a major change in her attitude.
Joey develops an unusual acting method in order to impress a famous, pompous fellow actor, Leonard (Jeff Goldblum - "Jurassic Park"), during an audition for an important stage role. Meanwhile, Ross is horrified to discover who mugged him when he was a child. And an unemployed and humbled Chandler accepts an internship at a shoe company, where the youthful interns make him feel extremely old. (Original Broadcast: Season 9, Episode 15)
Monica and Chandler's wedding reception is almost upstaged by the news that Rachel is pregnant.
Rachel's 30th birthday prompts the friends to reminisce about their own 30th birthdays. (Original Broadcast: Season 7, Episode 14)
Complications ensue when Rachel's estranged parents show up at the surprise party that the gang planned for her.
Two bullies eject Chandler and Ross from Central Perk. Phoebe meets a brother she never knew she had. (Original Broadcast: Season 2, Episode 21)
Ross and Rachel finally sleep together. Monica becomes infatuated with one of her parents' friends for whom she caters a party.
While dating a guy named Russ, Rachel can't see his uncanny resemblance to Ross.
Lewis delivers her sister's baby. Ross sees an old lover again, jeopardizing his relationship with Diane. Carter does not accept a posistion in the ER because he believes that he will be offered a surgical position.
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When Rachel sprains her ankle and has no insurance, she cajoles Monica into trading identities so she can use Monica's coverage. (Part 2 of 2)
A soda company gives Phoebe $7,000 after she finds a dismembered thumb in a can of soda. Chandler is smoking again, to his friends' dismay.
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