Synopsis: A con man bets a shady small-town businessman that his middle-aged boxer can defeat any ten men willing to enter the ring. With Heather Graham, Oliver Platt.
USA - 1992 - R
A beautiful mercenary hires to men to help her find a cache of gold. Ffor hard core Norris fans.
Satiric look at a serious subject. Con artists Gossett and Garner travel through the pre-civil war south scamming slave owners. Engaging.
Monolith movie trailer - starring John Hurt, Louis Gossett Jr., Bill Paxton, Lindsay Frost. Directed by John Eyres. Genre: Sci-Fi
A grouchy but lovable retired Air Force colonel and the teenage son of a fighter pilot hi-jack a jet to rescue the boy's father from Middle Eastern captors. Some great air combat and an aircraft carrier full of family values!
The Deep movie trailer - starring Nick Nolte, Louis Gossett Jr., Jacqueline Bisset, Eli Wallach, Robert Shaw. Directed by Peter Yates. Genre: Action-Adventure
A con artist attempts the scam of a lifetime when he wagers that his ex-prizefighter can defeat 10 opponents in the ring in 24 hours.
Flashfire movie trailer - starring Billy Zane, Louis Gossett Jr., Kristen Minter, Kristin Minter. Directed by Elliot Silverstein. Genre: Action-Adventure
A routine training mission at a flight school for troubled teens turns into a thrilling adventure when the kids uncover a deranged plot to wage chemical warfare against Cuba.
Colonel Sinclair gathers up a group of World War II flyers to attack a Peruvian cocaine mill. Hollywood fights the war on drugs.
Mummy, The Bram Stokers movie trailer - starring Amy Locane, Eric Lutes, Louis Jr. Gossett, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Mary Jo Catlett, Laura Otis. Directed by Jeffrey Obrow. Genre: Horror
The Inspectors movie trailer - starring Louis Gossett Jr., Jonathan Silverman. Directed by Brad Turner. Theatrical Release Date: 9/20/1998
Rating: Not Rated
In the tradition of Women Thou Art Loosed, Cover will engross you in a gripping tale of lies, betrayal and infidelity.
Cover will engross you in a gripping tale of lies, betrayal and infidelity. Vivica A. Fox and Aunjuane Ellis headline an all-star cast in this suspenseful account of murder.
Monty (Elba) struggles to make ends meet as he raises his three young daughters on his own. But when the courts award custody to his corrupt, drug-dealing ex-wife, he desperately tries to win them back, enlisting the help of Julia (Union), a beautiful but hard-nosed attorney. Unlikely as it seems, an unexpected romance blossoms between the two. But in order for their relationship to survive, the couple must reconcile their two very different worlds - and overcome the forces that threaten to tear Monty's family apart.
G-man Raymond Addison enlists physics professor Zachary Shefford to infiltrate a group that shares his telekinetic powers in this crime thriller.
A veteran U.S. Postal Inspector teams up with a bright, Harvard-educated newcomer to solve the puzzling case of a mail bomb crime that may be linked to the victims' son, a Navy-educated munitions expert.
After the loss of their son, this grieving couple traps a young boy in a horrifying existence of desperation, despair and insanity.
Nucky takes inventory after being warned there's a skunk in his cellar. On the lam after a close call, Chalky and Daughter take refuge outside Wilmington with Chalky's mentor from years ago, Oscar Boneau. Gillian weighs selling her mansion and starting a new life with Roy Phillips.
Also available on Xfinity
Miniseries still rank among the top-rated programs in television history; they were major events that captured the nation’s imagination.
Also available on Amazon Prime
Take some time to catch up with JBB's Tommy Benedetti. In this exclusive interview with the band's drummer, Tommy discusses the elements of their Future Roots sound, as well as the band's love for Reggae.
After Lassiter moves into a new condominium building and strange things start happening to him, he is forced to hire Shawn and Gus to figure out what could be causing the supposed paranormal disturbance.
Also available on Netflix, Xfinity, Amazon Instant Video and VUDU
A young Louis Gossett, Jr. suffers a deadly concussion when he falls into a concrete pit; Charlene Tilton is held hostage during a bank robbery; Jena Malone miraculously avoids death after hitting black ice on a treacherous highway; and Lynn Whitfield is struck by a truck on a street in New York City.
Also available on Amazon Instant Video
Brian and Stewie find themselves in boot camp; Chris and his rock band have a hit with their single "Evil, Evil Monkey.''
Also available on iTunes, Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and VUDU
Tavis talks with multiple Grammy winner K.D. Lang.
A Prior has convinced Gerak, leader of the Jaffa Nation, into following Origin. Teal'c and Bra'tac attempt to make a case against the Ori, but to no avail. Meanwhile, a plague released by the Ori has breached SGC and spread to the rest of Colorado.
With Vala missing in action after the incident at Kallana, Mitchell unites SG-1 under his command at last -- and not a moment too soon. A Jaffa warrior belonging to the warlord Gerak turns up dead by the side of a rural Virginia road, and the team has to figure out why. Mitchell and Teal'c interrogate Gerak at the Jaffa capital on Dakara, but he evades their questions. Daniel and Carter, meanwhile, head to Virginia, where they slowly uncover an intricate conspiracy involving several corporations, especially defense contractor Farrow-Marshall Aeronautics. Most of the men involved have also been linked to the Trust, a secretive international organization that was recently infiltrated by the Goa'uld. SG-1 hoped they'd solved that particular problem, but Daniel and Carter now suspect that more Goa'uld might still be operating within Earth's highest circles of power. Back on Dakara, Ka'lel, another Jaffa leader, privately confides in Teal'c and Mitchell. Her shocking news confirms Daniel and Carter's theory: Ba'al, one of the most despotic of the Goa'uld system lords, is living incognito in the United States. Gerak has been sending Jaffa to Earth, hoping to capture Ba'al and thereby solidify his own grip on the hearts and minds of the Jaffa Council. After Gerak's Jaffa conduct an unsuccessful raid on Farrow-Marshall's headquarters, Ba'al himself steps openly into the game. He sends a videotaped message to Stargate Command, announcing that he wishes only to conduct his business on Earth in peace. Left alone, he promises to cause no trouble. But if anyone - human or Jaffa - tries to capture him again, he'll detonate a naquadah bomb somewhere in the United States. Letting a former system lord treat Earth as his personal playground is, of course, not an option. Mitchell and Teal'c struggle to restrain Gerak's Jaffa from making further attacks while Carter and Daniel track down Ba'al. They hope to kill him quickly and quietly, denying him time to detonate the bomb. Their plans are foiled, however, when Ba'al goes public at a TV news conference. Posing as a human businessman, he proudly announces his acquisition of Hammel Technologies, a major corporation. SG-1 must now find a way to capture the newly famous Ba'al, outwit Gerak's Jaffa warriors, and defuse a bomb hidden in a major U.S. city -- all without exposing the Stargate program.
Also available on Amazon Prime
When Nerus, a minor Goa'uld, requests an alliance with Earth, Gen. Landry and SG-1 don't need Vala to warn them that Nerus can't be trusted. Vala warns them anyway, but Landry decides to risk inviting Nerus to Stargate Command. Nerus explains that a mysterious force field has appeared on the planet Kallana. The field surrounds Kallana's stargate and periodically increases in size. Worse, the stargate hasn't shut down for two days, which violates all known laws of physics. Worst of all, there's a Prior of the Ori on the scene. The team is forced to agree with Nerus's frightening conclusion: The Ori must be establishing a beachhead from which to launch their invasion of our galaxy. Landry orders Mitchell and his team to use any means necessary to stop the Ori. To that end, he sends along the military's latest superweapon, the Mark IX "Gatebuster" naquadria-enhanced nuclear warhead. He also sends the Mark IX's designer: Lt. Col. Samantha Carter. SG-1's pleasure at working together again is tarnished only slightly by Vala tagging along. Her life is still linked to Daniel's, but now, in the presence of the full SG-1 team, even she can tell that she's just a fifth wheel. SG-1 travels aboard the Prometheus to Kallana, where the force field has grown so large that it's visible from orbit. Mitchell, Daniel, Teal'c, and Vala manage to transport down to the planet's surface with the Mark IX. They try to negotiate with the Prior, but even the threat of imminent nuclear vaporization doesn't budge him. Suddenly, a bombardment of energy weapons rains down from above. Gerak, the leader of the free Jaffa, has learned of the Ori incursion and demands to take matters into his own hands. At the same time, the force field expands again. Out of options, Mitchell arms the bomb and transports his team back to Prometheus.Humans and Jaffa alike brace for impact as the Mark IX detonates below. As the shockwave dissipates, they are stunned to discover that the force field has only gotten bigger. Soon it will engulf the entire planet, and they have no idea what will happen next. Even after Carter uncovers the true enormity of the Ori scheme, SG-1 is at a loss to stop it. Unexpectedly, only Vala guesses what must be done. And, even more unexpectedly, she finds the courage to do it...
Also available on Amazon Prime
Daniel and Vala have been saved from the fanatical Ori followers, but -- because their savior is an Ori priest and they're still trapped in "borrowed" bodies in a distant galaxy -- they're not exactly home-free. Instead, the priest transports them to the Ori's holy realm of Celestis, where Daniel begins to uncover the secrets of the mysterious gods. What he learns is not reassuring. The Ori seem to be Ascended beings who believe that they deserve unquestioning worship and devotion from all humans. They also consider the more benevolent teachings of their Ascended rivals, the Ancients, to be evil. For millennia, the Ancients have protected the humans of the Milky Way from domination by the Ori, but Daniel's activation of the communications device has alerted the Ori to the vast numbers of unbelievers in Earth's home galaxy. As a result, the Ori have begun to send out missionaries, called Priors. Armed with the power of their Ascended masters and convinced that heathen lives are worthless, the Priors' goal is to convert the entire galaxy to the worship of the Ori - by any means necessary. As Daniel realizes that Earth is about to find itself on the wrong end of an intergalactic crusade, word reaches Stargate Command that a mysterious evangelist has arrived on a planet formerly occupied by the Goa'uld. Hoping to prevent the recently enslaved humans there from falling prey to what sounds suspiciously like another false god, Mitchell sets off to investigate. Teal'c stays at SGC, where he and Landry are deep in treaty negotiations with Gerak, the power-hungry new Jaffa leader. Mitchell soon returns with an Ori Prior, who zealously preaches about the wondrous powers of the Ori to anyone who wants to listen -- and to anyone who doesn't, for that matter. Meanwhile, after Daniel refuses to worship the Ori, he and Vala are returned to the village, where they are to be the bait in a deadly trap to catch other heretics. After that, they are to be burned to death -- with no interruptions this time. When their bodies, still at Stargate Command, go into cardiac arrest, it's up to Mitchell and Teal'c to find a way to bring them home.
Also available on Amazon Prime
At age 16, Kizzy is sold and bears her new master's son, who grows up to become fun-loving Chicken George. Yearning to see her parents, Kizzy is comforted by Samuel Bennett, but they are ill-matched.