The movie gods are playful in the action-oriented The Wrath of God – frisky, risky, violent, over the top and delivering a cast that includes Robert Mitchum, Frank Langella in an early-career performance and, in her last role, unforgettable Rita Hayworth. “This is the kind of movie we don’t see very often anymore: a simple, dashing tale told for sheer fun,” writes Roger Ebert in his Chicago Sun-Times review. Screen tough-guy Mitchum plays Oliver Van Horne, a U.S. priest on a supposed fund-raising mission in a strife-torn Latin American land. But if he is a priest, you might wonder about the machine-gun nestled in the case he carries. The pistol hidden in a Bible and the crucifix that serves as a lethal switchblade may also come in handy as he comes to the defense of people oppressed by a tyrant. God works in mysterious ways, says the combative man of the cloth. Especially if one of those ways is the enigmatic Van Horne.
The widow of a murdered Marine struggles to save herself and her young son from high-level government conspirators.
Anne Boleyn (Genevieve Bujold) fights to keep Henry VIII's love and her head in the midst of palace intrigue in Anne of the Thousand Days (1969).
Burt Lancaster gets a burn notice from the CIA and they send his friend Alain Delon out to kill him in Scorpio (1973).
What the Frak is Going on in Battlestar Galactica? Recap of series in 8 minutes.
When the survivors on Kobol disagree on strategy against the Cylons, things get ugly...
Lee Adama confronts Colonel Tigh about his involvement in the Fleet's black market.
Number Six tells Baltar there's no Cylon chip implanted in his brain and that she's a figment of his imagination...
The discovery of a pregnant 17-year-old stowaway aboard Galactica sparks a political debate over the issue of abortion.
Jammer has reservations about his orders as a member of the New Caprica Police: arrest hundreds of suspected human insurgents, among them his friend Cally.
Having located the legendary planet Kobol, a group of Raptors jumps within range of the planet... and straight into a swarm of Cylon Raiders.
On the algae planet, Apollo, Anders and a tiny crew must hold off the Cylons long enough for Tyrol to locate and decipher The Eye of Jupiter within the Temple of the Five.
Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange smolder and burn in a sexy, violent remake of James M.Cain's classic about adulterous lovers who plot murder.
What happens when your Psychiatrist goes out of his mind?
In this grim horror movie, the only one ever made by director John Huston, patients from a psychiatrist's phobia group are being murdered in ways that reflect their deepest fears.
In the deepest reaches of space, the fight to save all human life from extinction has begun in this science fiction adventure that launched the Battlestar Galactica phenomenon! Hopeful for lasting peace following centuries of intense warfare, the Twelve Colonies gather to sign a treaty with their dreaded enemies, The Cylons. But after an act of treachery on the eve of the ceremony, the Cylons launch a devastating surprise attack, destroying the Colonies' home planets and most of their military strength. A lone flagship battlestar, the Galactica, remains to aid the surviving colonists on their epic journey for a new home to a far-off legendary planet - Earth. They must survive the pursuing Cylons in a series of epic battles that will determine the fate of the human race in this non-stop action-packed classic filled with cutting-edge special effects by John Dykstra (Star Wars, Spider-Man).
In the deepest reaches of space, the fight to save all human life from extinction begins in this science fiction adventure movie that launched the Battlestar Galactica phenomenon!
The story of a fantastic journey into the heart of Africa a century ago.
Battlestar Galactica: Revealed will serve up the essential information on the series' past three seasons, providing the uninitiated with an introduction to the characters, relationships and spine-tingling drama that have captured the imagination of audiences around the world.
Sabotage, dissention and unlikely alliances entangle Galactica as the fleet awaits the trial of Gaius Baltar.
Chief Tyrol's inner labor leader leads him to defy Adama and become the rallying point for a strike.
A lull in the Cylon menace gives Galactica's crew a rare breather until a pair of desperate crewmembers becomes trapped outside an airlock.
The fleet faces starvation when the food-processing machinery is contaminated, while Baltar discovers that D'Anna is using the power of resurrection to search for spiritual enlightenment.
Adama must confront the darkest moment of his military career when Lt. Daniel Novacek, a pilot believed killed on a secret mission years ago, escapes from Cylon custody and arrives on Galactica.
In the wake of the human exodus from New Caprica, there are many scores left to be settled. Without Laura (Mary McDonnell) or Adama's (Edward James Olmos) knowledge, a secret jury has been formed aboard Galactica. Made up of Tigh (Michael Hogan), Tyrol (Aaron Douglas), Anders (Michael Trucco) and other members of the resistance, its role is to pass judgment on those who collaborated with the Cylons. There are no lawyers or argument, and a guilty verdict means death. At the same time, the Cylons have their own jury assembled to determine the fate of Baltar (James Callis), with the vote hanging on a reluctant Number Six (Tricia Helfer). With all this in motion, Laura and Tom Zarek (Richard Hatch) strike a deal for her to return as president while Zarek stays on as vice-president. Laura is at first shocked when Zarek admits he set up the secret jury to deal with collaborators. His logic, however, is undeniable: better to deal with this now his way, the quick and dirty way, than to have long trials that could divide the fleet and leave Laura with blood on her hands. But can a quick and dirty trial justly decide the fate of people like Jammer (Dominic Zamprogna), who joined the Cylon-organized police force and took part in raids, but also saved Cally (Nicki Clyne) from execution? And how will the jury treat Gaeta (Alessandro Juliani), who served under a duplicitous Baltar but, unbeknownst to any of them, was the source of all the leaked information that allowed the insurgency to operate against the Cylons?
In the wake of the exodus from New Caprica, scores are settled, as those who fought the Cylons seek vengeance - or justice - against those who collaborated.
The Battlestars Galactica and Pegasus engage in an all-out battle to destroy the Cylon "Resurrection" ship.
Lt. Kara "Starbuck" Thrace (Katee Sackhoff) prevents a potentially deadly face-off between the Battlestars Galactica and Pegasus when she arrives at the last minute bearing stunning recon photos of the Cylon "Resurrection" ship. Unable to resist this tempting target, Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos) and Admiral Helena Cain (Michelle Forbes) establish an uneasy truce as they agree to prioritize the destruction of the "Resurrection" ship, tabling their conflicts, for now. But Adama remains distrustful, as he learns that Cain's survive-at-all-costs attitude saw Pegasus abandon its civilian fleet months ago. Disturbed by this news, President Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) believes that as soon as the Resurrection Ship is destroyed, Cain will jettison Galactica's civilian Fleet. As the power struggle continues with Cain, Adama must make an impossible decision, on the eve of a battle that could change the face of the Cylon war.
President Roslin treks with her confederates in search of the Tomb of Athena while Commander Adama mounts a rescue mission to Kobol.
Following a firefight with Cylon Centurions and the death of her spiritual advisor Elosha, President Roslin (Mary McDonnell) treks onward with her confederates in search of the Tomb of Athena. Heavy rain and Kobol's rugged terrain make the journey difficult for all except the tireless Sharon (Grace Park). Tom Zarek (Richard Hatch) again butts heads with Lee Adama (Jamie Bamber), inspiring Zarek's henchman Meier (James Remar) to consider drastic measures that will clear the path to power for his old friend.
Meanwhile, aboard the Galactica, Gaius Baltar (James Callis) questions his sanity as Number Six (Tricia Helfer) toys with him, and Commander Adama (Edward James Olmos) mounts a rescue mission to Kobol. Adama enlists presidential aide Billy Keikeya (Paul Campbell) to join his quest for peace with the rebels. After discovering Elosha’s grave on Kobol, the Galactica landing party continues its search and finally intercepts Roslin and her group. Putting aside old conflicts, Adams opens the door to peaceful reconciliation for all. Meier, however, sees the détente between Adama and Roslin as a renewed threat to the rightful power of Tom Zarek, and he conspires with Sharon to murder Adama, Lee and the president. Finding the ransacked tomb, the unified team struggles to unlock its secrets with the Arrow of Apollo. Before they can do so, however, Meier and Sharon spring their ambush, leaving everyone’s fates uncertain as the triggers are pulled.
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