Massacre In Rome movie trailer - starring Richard Burton. Directed by George Pan Cosmatos. Genre: Drama
The Beatles: Help movie trailer - Genre: Musical
When a young boy is adopted by an American diplomat's family, bizarre and inexplicable deaths start happening. Could he be the son of Satan? Well-done horror film filled with suspense.
Molokai: The Story Of Father Damien movie trailer - starring Sam Neill, Kris Kristofferson, Peter O'Toole, Derek Jacobi, Alice Krige, David Wenham. Directed by Paul Cox. Genre: Drama
Morris West's drama about a Russian cardinal, once a political prisoner, who becomes the new pope at a time when the world is on the brink of nuclear war.
An affair between two actors is paralleled in the romantic film, set in the Victorian era, in which they are performing. First rate cast!
During the 1916 Irish uprising, a young woman marries the wrong man and becomes involved with a British major, whereupon she is accused of being an informer.
A young pickpocket aids two lovers, a 13th-century Spanish knight and his lady, under the curse of an insanely jealous bishop. Nice ensemble!
King And Country movie trailer - starring Dirk Bogarde, Leo McKern, Tom Courtenay, James Villiers, Barry Foster. Directed by Joseph Losey. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A Foreign Field movie trailer - starring Jeanne Moreau, Alec Guinness, Lauren Bacall, Geraldine Chaplin, Leo McKern, John Randolph. Directed by Charles Sturridge. Genre: Drama
The Beatles' fine follow-up to "A Hard Day's Night", in which the Fab Four are chased around the world by an Eastern religious cult when a sacrificial ring gets stuck on Ringo. Another great collection of hit songs!
Michael Redgrave plays the estranged, alcoholic father of a young man about to be executed for a murder he didn’t commit, and he is just unsteady enough in his thinking to make every twist of this drama a source of ever-tightening suspense.
In 19th-century Hawaii, lepers are exiled to the island of Molokai and left to fend for themselves without any outside assistance -- until a courageous priest named Father Damien (David Wenham) risks his own life to help ease their suffering. Although he's shunned by his church's greedy elders, Father Damien inspires others to reach out to the residents of Molokai. Peter O'Toole, Sam Neill and Derek Jacobi co-star in this inspiring biopic.
Three World War II vets see their friendships turn sour when a pretty face emerges from the past and they vie for her affection.
In medieval times, a youthful pickpocket befriends a strange knight who is on a mysterious quest. This unlikely duo, accompanied by a watchful hawk, are enveloped in a magical adventure. Matthew Broderick ("The Freshman," "Glory"), Academy Award-nominee Michelle Pfeiffer ("Batman Returns," "Dangerous Minds") and Rutger Hauer ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Blade Runner") star in this medieval romantic adventure, nominated for two Academy Awards. Co-starring John Wood ("Sabrina"). Produced and directed by Richard Donner ("Maverick," "Superman"), Siskel & Ebert call this "fabulous... a magically wonderful movie... a real classic!" The Los Angeles Times says it "soars... it's enchanted, enthralling, marvelous; a bold, beautiful vision" and Gene Shalit calls it "amazing... a double popcorn picture that casts a spell, which is why 'Ladyhawke' spells pleasure."
In medieval times, a youthful pickpocket befriends a strange knight who is on a mysterious quest.
In medieval times, a youthful pickpocket befriends a strange knight who is on a mysterious quest. This unlikely duo, accompanied by a watchful hawk, are enveloped in a magical adventure. Matthew Broderick, Academy Award-nominee Michelle Pfeiffer and Rutger Hauer star in this medieval romantic adventure, nominated for two Academy Awards. Co-starring John Wood. Produced and directed by Richard Donner (MAVERICK, SUPERMAN), Siskel & Ebert call this "fabulous... a magically wonderful movie... a real classic!" The Los Angeles Times says it "soars... it's enchanted, enthralling, marvelous; a bold, beautiful vision" and Gene Shalit calls it "amazing... a double popcorn picture that casts a spell, which is why LADYHAWKE spells pleasure."
Two intertwining and related love stories... In the first story (set in 1867 England), a strange young woman is dishonored by her affair with a French officer, and loved by a proper young Victorian gentleman who falls hopelessly in love with her. The second story (set in the present) chronicles the similar relationships of the actors who are portraying the protagonists of the first story in a film. In both stories, the lovers are affectingly played by Meryl Streep and Jeremy Irons. John Fowles' novel was adapted for the screen by Harold Pinter and directed by Karel Reisz. Cinematographer Freddie Francis has been praised for his painterly re-creation of 19th-century Dorset, as well as his complementary 20th-century mise-en-scene.
Anna and Mike portray two characters in a film set in 19th century England who fall in love despite the fact that Mike's character is engaged.
Standing alone on a windswept breakwater, a dark-cloaked woman stares out to sea, giving rise to curiosity about her mysterious past. Three-time Oscar(R) winner Meryl Streep ('The Iron Lady') is the alluring figure; Jeremy Irons plays a Victorian gentleman obsessed with her romantic aura. Leo McKern co-stars in this acclaimed 1981 film that was nominated for five Oscars(R).
Following the vicious attack on him, Eugene determines to marry Lizzie. Bella discovers her husband's true identity and even Mr Venus finds his just reward. While Headstone and Riderhood fight each other on the banks of the River Thames.
Bella reveals her true nature to John. Meanwhile, Mr Boffin becomes a miser. Eugene Wrayburn tries to track down Lizzie Hexham, and he goads the self-destructive Bradley Headstone to breaking point with disastrous consequences.
Two low-life characters sifting through the dust mountain have found an alternate will from old Harmon, which they plan to use to blackmail Mr. Boffin. Rokesmith and Bella have secretly married, without Bella realizing her husband is actually John Harmon, her original fiancé.
Self-righteous schoolmaster Bradley Headstone approaches Lizzie Hexham through her brother Charley. While Eugene Wrayburn has lost none of his fascination for her. And what exactly is it that draws the enigmatic John Rokesmith towards Bella?
The Boffins inherit a fortune when John Harmon, the only son and heir of their old employer, apparently drowns. Bella Wilfer, his wife-to-be by terms of old Harmon's will, goes into mourning though she has never met her fiancé. The Boffins hire a very capable but mysterious young man as secretary, John Rokesmith, whose keen interest in Bella holds the secret to his true identity.
Bella is adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Boffin, inheritors of the dust business in default of young Harmon. The Boffins also hire a very capable but mysterious young man as secretary, John Rokesmith, whose keen interest in Bella holds the secret to his true identity.
A body pulled from the Thames is identified as young John Harmon, heir to a fortune made in dust-contracting. Bella Wilfer, his wife-to-be by terms of old Harmon's will, goes into mourning though she has never met her fiancé.
From the dark waters of Victorian London, Charles Dickens weaves a tale of crime and compassion in this adaptation by Sandy Welch. Poor Lizzie and her father eke out a living on the banks of the Thames until one day they recover a body that links them with another world - the world of dinner parties and the household of the Wilfers. As their lives intertwine a complex story of money and love emerges. Period drama starring Anna Friel, Keeley Hawes, Steven Mackintosh and Paul McGann.