Alfie -- Open-ended Trailer from Paramount
Alice in Wonderland -- The wizards behind 'Merlin' and 'The Odyssey' combine Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland' and 'Through the Looking Glass' into a three-hour special that just gets curiouser and curiouser.
Alice in Wonderland -- Clip: Alice and the Queen
Nutcracker -- The colorful holiday classic is finally brought to the big screen, designed by famed children's story author and artist Maurice Sendak, and written for the first time to be as close as possible to the original story. A lavish, exciting and heart-warming celebration of dance, of music, and of life. Based upon the Pacific Northwest Ballet's original production.
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An exiled Napoleon devises a plan to retake the throne. He'll swap places with commoner Eugene Lenormand, sneak into Paris, then Lenormand will reveal himself and Napoleon will regain his throne. Things don't go at all well; first, the journey proves more difficult than expected, but more disastrously, Lenormand enjoys himself too much to reveal the deception. Napoleon adjusts somewhat uneasily to the life of a commoner while waiting, as Lenormand gorges on rich food.
In this reimagining of the last years of Napoleon, loyalists hire a lookalike to swap places with the emperor during his exile. While the impostor lives in luxury on the island of St. Helena, the real Napoleon heads to Paris.
In one tragic moment, two lives are destroyed in this riveting, true exploration of a dark moment in the British legal system: "Let Him Have It." With those words uttered by a friend, a mentally handicapped young man shoots a policeman. But did the friend mean for him to hand over the gun or commit murder? This drama reveals the controversial postwar 1950's London murder trial that sent a mentally handicapped young man to the gallows for a murder he did not commit. Starring Christopher Eccleston ("The Others," "28 Days Later"), Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Tom Courtenay ("The Dresser," "Dr. Zhivago") and Eileen Atkins ("Cold Mountain," "What a Girl Wants").
Prisoner of Honor documents the French Dreyfus Affair that saw a French Captain sent to Devils' Island for espionage near the end of the nineteenth century. Richard Dreyfuss plays Colonel Picquart who is given the job of justifying Dreyfus' sentence.
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