Epic account of writer John Reed's involvement with the Russian Revolution and a passionate woman. Academy Awards went to Beatty and Stapleton!
A veteran federal marshal investigates suspicious deaths at a mining colony on one of Jupiter's moons. Sci-fi version of classic western "High Noon"!
The climax of the show-stealing performance by Lesley Ann Warren (as Norma), irksome girlfriend of gangster King Marchan (James Garner) in Blake Edwards' Victor/Victoria, 1982.
Warren Beatty directed and co-starred, with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Reds, 1981, the story of John Reed, the American Communist who is buried in the Kremlin.
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Screen legend Burt Lancaster gives an outstanding performance as an eccentric oilman who orders a young executive ("Crossing Delancey"'s Peter Riegert) to purchase a quaint Scottish village as the site for a giant oil refinery. Produced by David Puttnam ("Chariots of Fire," "Midnight Express"), with a musical score by Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler ("The Color of Money," "The Princess Bride"). New York Magazine called this "'Brigadoon' without bagpipes, a wonderful movie that creates magic without resorting to special effects" and the Daily News said "this entrancing comedy proves hard to resist...a warmly refreshing movie." Received Best Screenplay Awards from both the National Society of Film Critics and the N.Y. Film Critics, and won a place on the "top ten" lists of 16 publications including, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and Newsweek. Maltin dubs this "a little gem." Recently selected by the prestigious American Film Institute as one of the 400 greatest American films of all time.
The Lords of Discipline is a riveting and suspenseful tale of human triumph. David Keith (An Officer And A Gentleman) stars as Will McClean, a fine, disciplined cadet whose uncompromising integrity leads him to defy and reject the rules of conduct that have shaped him. The year is 1964. Carolina Military Institute has admitted, for the first time, a young black man into its freshman class. Will is asked to protect him from The Ten – a secret society of cadets dedicated to eliminating from the school those it deems "unfit." Steeped in myth and legend, The Ten's power extends to every corner of Will's life, and he is ultimately forced to risk his career, the love of his closest friends...and his own life.
Peter Riegert and Burt Lancaster star in Bill Forsyth's whimsical comedy of an oil company's attempted buyout of a Scottish seaport.
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