America's Most Wanted celebrates their 1000th capture of a fugitive.
AMW host John Walsh recalls how he hosted the show's pilot years after the 1981 abduction and murder of his son, Adam. Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera that support from law enforcement and a bond of trust with the anonymous tipsters are important.
After mistakenly thinking his girlfriend has been unfaithful, a young man express mails her a disgusting poison pen letter. But when he realizes his mistake, he and a young stripper have just 24 hours to intercept and retrieve it.
Moderator Geraldo Rivera asks AMW host John Walsh if crimes against women and children are rising in America or if the reporting is just better. Walsh says America has a particular breed of criminals and "culture of violence" versus the rest of the world.
DePalma's great chronicle of the war of wills between the notorious Al Capone and U.S. Treasury agent Eliot Ness in Chicago during the Roaring 20's. Outstanding cast!
AMW host John Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera about his meetings with presidents from Reagan to Obama, with emphasis on President Obama. Walsh reveals his opinion about how American politics works, with the real power in the halls of Congress.
Wilder movie trailer - starring Rutger Hauer, Pam Grier, Serge Houde, Romano Orzari, Eugene Clark, John Dunn-Hill. Directed by Rodney Gibbons. Genre: Drama
Check out this green tip from John Walsh of "America's Most Wanted."
The Fourth Floor movie trailer - starring William Hurt, Juliette Lewis, Shelley Duvall. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
A group of friends, members of 'Generation X', vie for love, lust, and gainful employment. Good mostly young cast in a funny relevant comedy!
AMW host John Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera how he feels when his show solves cases that don't get the attention they deserve. Walsh says there is an aspect of "legal vengeance" when solving dead-end cases like the capture of murderer Paul Merhige.
AMW host John Walsh discusses the Adam Walsh Act with moderator Geraldo Rivera. Walsh says you have to take the gloves off in order to keep politicians motivated to pass this type of bi-partisan legislation and secure the funding it needs for success.
Distraught after the disappearance of his estranged wife, Quoyle and his daughter move into their ancestral home with his aunt in Newfoundland.
An award-winning cast featuring Kevin Spacey (Casino Jack), Cate Blanchett (Robin Hood, Judi Dench (Nine) and Julianne Moore (The Kids Are All Right) stars in this deeply moving motion picture from the director of Chocalat and The Cider House Rules. After tragedy strikes, Quoyle (Spacey) moves with his daughter from upstate New York to his ancestral home in a small Newfoundland fishing village.
After tragedy strikes, Quoyle (Kevin Spacey) moves with his daughter from upstate New York to his ancestral home in a small Newfoundland fishing village. With a job at the local newspaper and a developing romance with a woman (Julianne Moore) who lives with her own demons, Quoyle is transformed by this place of magic, beauty and hardship.
While investigating a seemingly clear-cut murder case, two detectives find evidence that suggests a big pharmaceutical company may be involved.
The murder of the ex-wife of Doctor Sam Charney (Rutger Hauer) leads Detective Della Wilder (Pam Grier) to uncover a series of women's murders somehow linked to a big pharmaceutical company.
When a young woman (Juliette Lewis) inherits a handsome, huge New York apartment at the rent-controlled monthly bargain of $400, it looks too good to be true. She is immediately confronted by a collection of creepy neighbors: a nosy first floor busybody, a surly superintendent who isn't allowed his own set of keys, a mystery tenant who flees at the sight of her, and a reclusive fourth-floor neighbor who turns a war of wills into an all-out guerilla campaign of terror. When her place is overrun with rats and maggots, her pushy boyfriend (William Hurt), insists she leave but she's determined to continue her first bout of independence… even if it kills her.
The king of spoofs, Leslie Nielsen ("Airplane!," "The Naked Gun"), stars in this hilarious parody of "The Fugitive." A violinist, wrongfully accused of murdering a prominent patron of the arts, must evade the police while tracking down the real killer (a one-armed, one-legged man). From the co-creator of "Police Academy," "The Naked Gun" and "Hot Shots." Co-starring Richard Crenna, Kelly LeBrock, Michael York and Sandra Bernhard.
When college guy, Wyatt Trips, thinks his high school sweetheart is cheating on him, he and another girl send her the world's most disgusting poison-pen letter ...via overnight delivery. But when Wyatt gets home, he is in for a shocking surprise. His girlfriend's message explains that she hasn't been unfaithful after all. Now he's got 24 hours to get the letter back.
Alaska is warming up. It's now a few degrees warmer than it was a century and a half ago, and the trend seems to be accelerating. Already the landscape is changing dramatically -- permafrost is thawing, glaciers are melting, forests are succumbing to drought and insect attack. Alan Alda meets Alaskan scientists who are working to find out if these are the first signs of global warming and what the future may hold.
The mysterious woman with Yellow Teeth leads Doe to yet another possible identity - and an Idaho farm which may or may not be his childhood home.
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