03:14 — An immature young man from Middle America grows to manhood after a cross-country journey and his military service in WWI.
02:55 — Leather jackets and greasy young bad boys on motorcycles! Roger Corman's cult classic about a gang of bikers who terrorize a small town featured many (more…)
00:57 — In the closing days of World War II, an army psychiatrist attempts to treat his troubled patients while battling the military bureaucracy.
Director Stuart Rosenberg s evocative opening, introducing Paul Newman in the title role committing his rather allegorical crime from the original no (more…)
02:48 — A man sentenced to sweat out his debt to society on a prison farm refuses to compromise with authority. This 'failure to communicate' gets him in all (more…)
01:20 — A killer motorcycle gang that sweeps through towns like a desolating plague...looting, terrorizing and running amok...band together to prove their inn (more…)
02:34 — A down on his luck gambler links up with free spirit Elliot Gould at first to have some fun on, but then gets into debt when Gould takes an unschedule (more…)
03:29 — Epic film telling the life of Jesus Christ, played by Max Von Sydow and featuring an all-star cast.
01:38 — A man sentenced to sweat out his debt to society on a prison farm refuses to compromise with authority. This 'failure to communicate' gets him in all (more…)
01:42 — Epic film telling the life of Jesus Christ, played by Max Von Sydow and featuring an all-star cast.
Interrupted by The Man while pounding on Mexican mechanics, the gang flees Mecca, California with The Loser (Bruce Dern) escaping alone on a cops moto (more…)
The escaped Luke (Paul Newman), chained and pursued by bloodhounds, gets help from two neighborhood kids in Cool Hand Luke, 1967, from the novel by Do (more…)
A hired preacher (Frank Maxwell) sees his attempt to preside over a memorial for Loser (Bruce Dern) sidetracked as Blues (Peter Fonda) leads the biker (more…)
Psych-ward orderly Laibowitz (Tony Curtis) trying to control gone-bonkers Colonel Bliss (Eddie Albert) when Gregory Peck (title character) arrives wit (more…)
Impressive landscapes, three kings (Cyril Delevanti, Mark Lenard, Frank Silvera) visiting the duly worried Herod (Claude Rains), his son Antipas (Jose (more…)
A World War II Army psychiatrist (Gregory Peck) tries to help his battle-shocked patients in Captain Newman, M.D. (1964).
Finished with their decadent biker funeral, Blues (Peter Fonda), Mike (Nancy Sinatra) and raped widow Gaysh (Diane Ladd) lead a procession to the ceme (more…)
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) is an epic re-telling of the life of Christ, directed by George Stevens and starring Max Von Sydow, Dorothy McGuir (more…)
Gregory Peck (title character) discussing a patient with Larrabee (Robert F. Simon) at the mess hall, then getting in a spat with nurse Corum (Angie D (more…)
More big aerial shots with a scripture-derived speech, delivered by The Baptist (Charlton Heston), the first scene for both him and the mature Jesus ( (more…)
A free-spirited convict refuses to conform to chain-gang life in Cool Hand Luke (1967), starring Paul Newman & George Kennedy.
A portion of the famous attempt by Luke (Paul Newman), coached by Dragline (George Kennedy), to eat fifty hard-boiled to eggs win a prison bet in Cool (more…)
Inmates played by Ralph Waite, Lou Antonio, Dennis Hopper, Wayne Rogers and J.D. Cannon are in the crowd as Luke (Paul Newman) takes a pounding from D (more…)
Assembled in a pool hall, the Angels (including Nancy Sinatra as Mike, with Buck Taylor, Diane Ladd, Michael J. Pollard and others) await a decision f (more…)