A guy wishes he was 17 again upon realizing his life is not going in the direction he wants. He gets his wish and has a chance to rewrite his life.
Hong Kong 97 movie trailer - starring Robert Patrick, Tim Thomerson, Brion James, Ming Na Wen. Directed by Albert Pyun. Genre: Action-Adventure
World War II morale booster about a group of actors organizing a USO show. No plot to speak of but lots of vaudville star turns. Lots of nostalgic fun!
Kidnapped movie trailer - starring Reginald Owen, C. Aubrey Smith, Warner Baxter, Freddie Bartholomew, Arleen Whelan. Genre: Action-Adventure
Rating: Not Rated
Matrimony means different things to different people. For temperamental artist Geoffrey Carroll, it means he's in his element. And out of his mind. In their only screen pairing, two of film's all-time greats star in a psychological thriller rife with pelting rain and pealing bells, blackmail and murder, calculated dread and an unnerving finale.
A woman recalls the best and the worst times of her life in a period of change, fear, force, friendship, and love in 1941. Award winner.
A precious jewel is stolen on the train and the owner is blamed for its disappearance. Sherlock Holmes will find out what really happened.
Two people die after buying musical boxes. Sherlock Holmes traces the boxes to a criminal in prison who is there for stealing printing plates. Could this provide the solution to his crime?
An international private eye must thwart the kidnapping of a nuclear scientist who is en route from Australia to Singapore. The private eye is also uncertain of the loyalties of a good friend.
In this African adventure based on events in the 1890s, two man-eating lions start consuming workers constructing the first railway on the continent.
In Africa, railroad workers are being terrorized--having been designated as gourmet dinners by two hungry lions.
A fading comedian and a suicidal despondent ballet dancer must look to each other to find meaning and hope in their lives.
This documentary examines the career of New York club owner Peter Gatien, whose run-ins with the law eventually had him deported to Canada.
As the owner of legendary hotspots like Limelight, Tunnel, Palladium, and Club USA, Peter Gatien was the undisputed king of the 1990s New York City club scene. The eye-patchsporting Ontario native built and oversaw a Manhattan empire that counted tens of thousands of patrons per night in its peak years, acting as a conduit for a culture that, for many, defined the image of an era in New York. Then years of legal battles and police pressure–spearheaded by Mayor Giuliani's determined crackdown on nightlife in the mid-’90s–led to Gatien’s eventual deportation to Canada and to the shuttering of his glitzy kingdom.
Peter Gatien's Manhattan empire of legendary hotspots counted tens of thousands of patrons per night in its peak years, acting as a conduit for a culture that, for many, defined an era in New York.
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