Satiric look at a serious subject. Con artists Gossett and Garner travel through the pre-civil war south scamming slave owners. Engaging.
The Hustle movie trailer - starring Dr. Dre, Ed Lover, Drag-On. Genre: Comedy
They Only Kill Their Masters movie trailer - starring James Garner, Hal Holbrook, June Allyson, Harry Guardino, Katharine Ross, Christopher Connelly. Directed by James Goldstone. Genre: Drama
The trailer for Leigh Scott's remake The Dunwich Horror which should also debut on the Sci-Fi Channel.
Originally titled, The Darkest Evil, the adaptation of this classic Lovecraft tale is set in Louisiana and tells the story of several scholars headed by Henry Armitage (Dean Stockwell) who discover the secret to destroying mysterious, other-worldly beings that threaten humankind. Jeff plays Wilbur Whateley, part of a strange, inbred family who with the help of the dreaded tome, The Necronomicon, helps unleash these beings on to the world. Griff Furst and Sarah Lieving round out the cast as two characters that battle against the villainous Whateley clan.
Rounders is about the underground world of high-stakes poker. The movie follows two friends who need to quickly earn enough cash playing poker to pay off a huge debt. The term ?rounder? refers to a person whose sole means of earning a living is by playing cards.
In his third "Oh, God!" movie, Academy Award-winner George Burns ("The Sunshine Boys") not only plays his witty, widely praised role as God, but also the menacing, trick-playing demon himself... the Devil. Directed by Emmy Award-winner Paul Bogart, this is "a delight" says the Chicago Sun-Times, and may contain "the single best sequence of dual-image photography ever put on the screen" (USA Today). Co-starring Ron Silver ("Timecop," "Reversal of Fortune"), Ted Wass ("Blossom," "Soap") and Roxanne Hart ("Chicago Hope"), and written by Andrew Bergman ("Honeymoon in Vegas," "Blazing Saddles").
In his third "Oh, God!" movie, Academy Award-winner George Burns not only plays his witty, widely praised role as God, but also themenacing, trick-playing demon himself... the Devil.
In his third "Oh, God!" movie, Academy Award-winner George Burns not only plays his witty, widely praised role as God, but also the menacing, trick-playing demon himself... the Devil. Directed by Paul Bogart.
Falling upon a large sum of mob money, Freddie Manning and his cynical, naysaying best friend, Junior, lose in a crazy chase through the city. Freddie and Junior are left owing Asian crime boss Toshiba Ohara and his spicy daughter, Han, $10,000 in seven days! The Hustle will warm your soul and have you rolling on the floor, mobbed by laughter.
Freddie and his best friend find $10,000, but they misplace it -- and now they've got one week to repay a menacing crime boss and his daughter.
What do you do when your biggest dream is just a microphone away? Tre-Dog and C-Note will do almost anything to become the biggest rap stars in L.A. but don't have the cash or the connections to do it. When a bogus record label offers to sign them only if they can scrape up enough of their own promotion money, the hustle is on! Tre-dog and C-Note jack $20,000 from one of the most dangerous drug dealers around and he wants his cash back! Is their dream worth dying for? Or can they hustle their way out of this one?
Everybody "hustles"-especially in Los Angeles where suicides, strip joints, shootouts, porno movies, the mob and murder combine into a collage. Caught in this web of modern reality is an old fashioned detective (Burt Reynolds). A moralist who still sees the difference between right and wrong, he can hardly reconcile himself to the ugliness of his job. By day he investigates a young girl's suicide; at night he relaxes with Catherine Deneuve, a high-priced Paris call girl. Director Robert Aldrich elicits fine performances from Reynolds and Deneuve while his perceptive direction explains why they're never quite able to escape the hustle they're so uncomfortable with.
Everybody "hustles"-especially in Los Angeles where suicides, strip joints, shootouts, porno movies, the mob and murder combine into a collage.
Rap icons Doctor Dre and Ed Lover of Yo! MTV Raps fame star in this urban comedy about two friends who steal $20,000 from the local drug lord to finance their career as serious musicians.
Kris invites Bosley and the Angels to vacation in a small Arizona town where her aunt is Mayor and her uncle is Sheriff. Upon their arrival, there are hints that they should leave. Their headlights are smashed. No rooms are available and, curiously, there are no women in town. They confront Kris' Aunt Lydia who confides that gangsters have taken all the women and her husband hostage in return for the release of a syndicate strongman who will be held there by the FBI. The Angels are narrowly missed by gunfire and in return fire, killing Dressler and Fellows, two of the hitmen. Anguished Lydia tells them that unless Dressler is heard from by 4pm, guards were instructed to begin killing her husband and the women. With time running out, Kris uses their short wave radio to contact her Uncle Paul (using nicknames known only to him.) He succeeds in replying with his location. Bosley, Lydia and the Angels head for the hideout. The Angels are disguised in Lydia's clothes. At just minutes past four, they find the guarded hostages, sneak in and surprise the gangsters.
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Anonymous messages begin turning up informing a model that someone close to her is in danger of being murdered.
The Bunkers are celebrating Edith's birthday at an Italian restaurant in the city when Archie discovers that Edith failed to mail out a payment to the insurance company. This leads him to run across the street to drop it off. However, on his way he gets stuck in an elevator.
It's Christmas Day and Archie is the only one not in the Christmas spirit. Mike and Gloria question him, but he refuses to reveal what's bugging him. The Jeffersons come over to wish the Bunkers a "Merry Christmas", but this does anything but cheer Archie up.
Archie comes home from work in a great mood and orders Edith to have dinner ready and waiting, because he has an important date to watch the CBS Evening News to see himself on it. Apparently, Archie was interviewed as a man-on-the-street voicing his opinions on Nixon's presidency.
Archie comes home from work in a particularly awful mood because he has to make an important decision at work: whether to lay off a minority worker or a white man.
The Bunkers are having problems with their furnace which gets Archie entertaining the idea of possibly moving to California. When an unscrupulous black real-estate salesman, Mr. Byrd, offers Archie a hefty sum of money for his home, Archie is all for it.
At the grocery store, Edith has an accident in the parking lot. She loses control of her shopping cart which smashes into a car and a can of Cling Peaches (in heavy syrup) flies out of the cart, onto the car, and makes a dent. She immediately leaves a note on the car with her name and number.
A local election has the Bunker family in turmoil as Mike and Gloria are all for Claire Packer, a woman, which is exactly why Archie is dead set against her. However, once down at the voting booths, Archie soon realizes that he can't vote because he isn't registered.
Archie is furious with his houseguest, Cousin Oscar. It seems when they were kids, Oscar bullied Archie and now Oscar is taking full advantage of his visit at the Bunkers. Archie wants to throw him out, but Oscar makes an exit of his own when he turns up dead.
Archie is all set to go to the Mets game; however, Edith has different plans for the evening after she accepted an invitation to go to dinner with the Jeffersons.
Gloria has been reading books on women's lib and encourages Edith to try a little liberation herself. However, Mike won't take any of her ideas, which leads to huge fight in which Gloria demands that Mike recognize her as an equal partner in their marriage.