Chronicles the life and times of Wild West legend Bill Hickock, one of America's most colorful true life legends. A sleeper film with a great performance by Bridges.
Astronauts crash land on a planet where the apes are masters and the humans are slaves. Won Oscar for best makeup. Based on Peter Boulle's novel 'Monkey Planet.'
Fantasy about Florida retirees who find the fountain of youth in a pool filled with alien pods. Wonderful ensemble of elderly stars in this comedy-drama!
The sole survivor of an interplanetary rescue mission searches for the only survivor of the previous expedition. He discovers a planet ruled by apes and an underground city run by telepathic humans.
Florida retirement home pals Ben (Wilford Brimley) and Art (Don Ameche) observing daily business, then joining ailing Joe (Hume Cronyn) for mischief, early in director Ron Howard's hit Cocoon, 1985.
Charter boat captain Jack (Steve Guttenberg) feels creepy watching customer Kitty (Tahnee Welch) disrobe, then duly alarmed, her companion Walter (Brian Dennehy) trying to explain, Tyrone Power Jr. and Mike Nomad their silent colleagues, in Ron Howard's Cocoon, 1985.
A group of elderly people are rejuvenated by aliens after swimming in a pool in Cocoon (1985).
Invigorated after their swim in the pool with the mystery ocean pods, Florida geezers Don Ameche, Wilford Brimley and Hume Cronyn, in a hurry to see partners Jessica Tandy, Gwen Verdon and Maureen Stapleton, their Mahjong friend Herta Ware intrigued, early in Ron Howard's Cocoon, 1985.
Director Ron Howard introduces his child lead (Barret Oliver) then puts Industrial Light & Magic and much of his his acclaimed veteran cast (Wilford Brimley, Maureen Stapleton, Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Jack Gilford, Herta Ware) straight to work, opening Cocoon, 1985.
Out on parole after 8 years inside, Bill (Charlie Creed-Miles) returns home to find his now 11 and 15-year old sons, Jimmy and Dean, abandoned by their mother and fending for themselves.
Planet of the Apes -- An astronaut lands on a planet inhabited by human-like apes, who rule the planet with an iron fist.
Planet of the Apes -- The sudden appearance of one man in a world where apes are in charge and humans are enslaved serves as a challenge to the status quo in this exciting sci-fi thriller.
In the acclaimed sequel to Planet of the Apes, another astronaut (James Franciscus) crashes through the time barrier searching for the missing Taylor (Charlton Heston).
After a spectacular crash-landing on an uncharted planet, brash astronaut Leo Davidson (Mark Wahlberg) finds himself trapped in a savage world where talking apes dominate the human race. Desperate to find a way home, Leo must evade the invincible gorilla army led by ruthless General Thade (Tim Roth) and his most trusted warrior, Attar (Michael Clarke Duncan). Now the pulse-pounding race is on to reach a sacred temple that may hold the shocking secrets of mankind's past - and the last hope for it's salvation! Based on Pierre Boulle's classic novel "Planet of the Apes," the premise for this film has become one of the most recognized and provocative concepts in the canon of science fiction literature and cinema. Visionary filmmaker Tim Burton (Batman, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Sleepy Hollow) has taken Boulle's basic idea and built upon it a uniquely envisioned journey to an incredible upside-down world.
The sudden appearance of one man in a world where apes are in charge and humans are enslaved serves as a challenge to the status quo in this exciting sci-fi thriller.
An astronaut lands on a strange planet where talking apes rule over the human race. He finds himself in a race to reach a sacred temple within the planet's Forbidden Zone to discover the shocking secrets of mankind's past and the key to its future.
Out on parole after 8 years inside, Bill (Charlie Creed-Miles) returns home to find his now 11 and 15-year old sons, Jimmy and Dean, abandoned by their mother and fending for themselves. Dean reluctantly forces his Dad to stay, but when Jimmy finds himself in trouble with Bill's old drug-dealing mates, Bill has to decide what kind of Dad he really wants to be...a good one or a free one.
The early career of legendary lawman Wild Bill Hickock is telescoped and culminates in his relocation in Deadwood and a reunion with Calamity Jane.
A power failure prevents Batman and Robin from being electrocuted. Meanwhile, a recording Batman made confirms that cheerleader Susie is one of The Joker's confederates. Robin, in his Dick Grayson identity, attempts to infiltrate the gang. Meanwhile, The Joker's main plot is finally revealed. Members of the high school basketball team receive answers to final exams from the rigged vending machines. The Joker appears, claiming to be a concerned citizen. The team's starters will be suspended as The Joker bets big money on the team's next opponent. Batman, however, has other ideas.
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At Woodrow Roosevelt High School, a vending machine gives out money. Dick Grayson is there to witness it. Batman learns the vending machines are operated by a company bought by The Joker after being released from prison. The Joker and his gang are aided by Susie, a cheerleader at the school. In the course of their investigation, Batman and Robin are captured and placed in electric chairs. If a "one armed bandit" comes up the wrong way, they'll be electrocuted.
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