The Thirteenth Floor movie trailer - starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Dennis Haysbert, Gretchen Mol, Craig Bierko, Steve Schub. Directed by Josef Rusnak. Genre: Sci-Fi
Based on the Newbery Awardr-Winning Book by William H. Armstrong.
Nathan Lee Morgan (Winfield), an African-American sharecropper, steals food from his neighbor to feed his starving family and is arrested, leaving his wife and children to endure the hardships imposed on them by the economic depression and prejudice of the 1930's South. Directed by Martin Ritt, Sounder is a powerful story of a boy, his dog and his family's triumph over adversity.
Two Chicago kids from different backgrounds team up to retrieve a stolen watch. No big names but well done!
Black sharecroppers during the Depression fight to get their children a decent education in Martin Ritt's Sounder (1972).
Newly elected Mississippi sheriff Jim Price (Jim Brown) at home with brother Fred (Leonard Smith) and wife Mary (Janet MacLachlan) in director Ralph Nelson's ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Taj Mahal (as Ike) lays a neat tag on a base-runner from a pick-off throw by Paul Winfield (as Nathan Lee), Cicely Tyson (as Rebecca) and kids (Kevin Hooks, Eric Hooks) cheering the sharecroppers' team, in Martin Ritt's Sounder, 1972.
Odd music choices as new Mississippi sheriff Jim Price (Jim Brown) arrives to take over, predecessor Little (George Kennedy), deputies (Don Stroud, Mills Watson) and mayor Parks (Fredric March) receiving, in ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Intriguing fare as newly-ousted Mississippi sheriff Little (George Kennedy) and wife Julia (Lynn Carlin) try to laugh, then replacement Price (Jim Brown) at work with town drunk (Roy Glenn), in director Ralph Nelson's ...tick...tick...tick..., 1970.
Racial fireworks are set off in a small southern town when a black sheriff (Jim Brown) arrives in ...tick...tick...tick (1970).
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.
Famous scene, David Lee (Kevin Hooks) and Rebecca (Cicely Tyson) shocked to see Nathan (Paul Winfield) returning from jail, John G. Alonzo's photography, in Martin Ritt's Sounder, 1972.
Sharecropper Nathan (Paul Winfield) and wife Rebecca (Cicely Tyson) leading the family home, finding Sheriff Young (James Best) waiting to make a bogus arrest, in 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.
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.
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.
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 (1993 Best Actor Oscar(R) nominee for 'Whats Love Got to Do With It?') stars in this high-flying drama as a Chicago law-school graduate whose determination to serve his country led him to intense training in Tuskegee, Alabama...and into action in the dangerous skies over North Africa and Europe. Co-starring Allen Payne, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Courtney B. Vance, Andre Braugher, Christopher McDonald, John Lithgow as Senator Conyers and Cuba Gooding Jr.
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.
The story of the 'fighting 99th'--the first squadron of African American U.S. Army Air Corps fighter pilots in WWII. Laurence Fishburne stars in this thrilling HBO Original Movie.
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.
Still in Barbados after Ross' keynote address, the friends cope with a variety of dilemmas. Ross has kissed his colleague Charlie Wheeler, although she is still officially dating Joey. Joey and Rachel have kissed as well, but they agonize over how to tell Ross. Phoebe's former boyfriend, Mike, has followed Phoebe to the island and proposed marriage to her, despite his being in a relationship with someone else. And Monica has developed really big hair, due to the humidity. Chandler's problem is that he can barely restrain himself from making fun of his wife. Phoebe, Monica and Chandler learn about all the romantic drama by listening through the thin hotel room walls to hear Joey and Rachel's amorous conversation on one side and Ross and Charlie's on the other. Feeling as if he is betraying Joey, Ross seeks him out to confess that he wants to date Charlie. (Original Broadcast: Season 10, Episode 1)
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)
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.
The Deacon and Amelia trade insults in and out of court after she trips on his steps and breaks her foot.
Florida needs a job, the corrupt Alderman Davis needs a favor and J.J. just might be able to help then both.
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