Firepower starring Jim Hellwig, Gary Daniels, Chad McQueen
Two Los Angeles cops risk it all when they enter the lawless part of town called Hellzone to capture a brutal ganglord.
A raging fire engulfs the world's tallest building on the day of its dedication. An all-star cast with sensational pyrotechnics. Won Oscars for Best Cinematography and Best Song 'We May Never Love Like This Again.'
Nielsen's hilarious return as police lieutenant Drebin, in Washington to save the United States from an energy czar who's been replaced by an evil double.
A police officer is haunted by the death of his family at the hands of a drunk driver.
A dog embarks on a harrowing cross-country trek in search of its elderly owner after the two become separated at an airport.
Ridiculously funny feature version of "Police Squad", about a Los Angeles police captain who discovers a plot to assassinate the Queen of England during her visit. From the makers of "Airplane"!
The Roots share the stop-motion animated chapter of ...And Then You Shot Your Cousin Understand.
The Towering Inferno -- Irwin Allen's all-star disaster epic about a flash fire that erupts during the grand opening festivities of a San Francisco skyscraper. Academy award winning song, 'We may never love like this again.'
The Naked Gun 2 : The Smell of Fear -- Lieutenant Drebin discovers that his ex-girlfriend's new beau is involved in a plot to kidnap a scientist who advocates solar energy.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! -- Leslie Nielsen stars as Police Squad's own granite-jawed, rockbrained cop Frank Drebin, who bumbles across a mind control scheme to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! -- US Theatrical Trailer from Paramount Pictures
Terrifying odyssey of 1,000 doomed passengers trapped aboard a plague-infested train, as it speeds across Europe to the Cassandra Crossing - and certain death. Fleeing from the police, a plague-infested terrorist boards the Geneva to Stockholm Express, and exposes its passengers to the deadly virus. Colonel MacKenzie is called in to handle the situation and contacts a doctor aboard the train, Jonathan Chamberlain who finds the sick man. However, Chamberlain and his wife are unable to get the sick man into a hovering helicopter and he dies. To make sure the plague spreads no further, MacKenzie decides to re-route the train via the Cassandra Crossing, where it will plunge into oblivion. At Nuremburg, the train is completely sealed and pumped with oxygen. The passengers who had contracted the plague suddenly begin to recover as the bacteria is killed by the enriched air. Since the patients are recovering, Dr. Chamberlain argues that there is no need to continue the train's journey to the deadly Cassandra Crossing, but MacKenzie refuses to change the route. Chamberlain races against time to disconnect the cars. He succeeds, but dies as he tries to leap to safety. Seconds later, the Cassandra Crossing bridge collapses and only the disconnected cars remain safe. But now the question is whether any of the bacteria survived?
The further misadventures of bumbling Los Angeles police Lieutenant Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) are chronicled in this third installment in the popular Naked Gun comedy series. This by-the-numbers entry begins with Drebin as a happily retired house-husband called back into action when an evil terrorist organization threatens Los Angeles.
Frank Drebin comes out of retirement to help Police Squad infiltrate a gang of terrorists planning to detonate a bomb at the Academy Awards.
The further misadventures of bumbling Los Angeles police Lieutenant Frank Drebin are chronicled in this third installment in the popular Naked Gun comedy series.
Drew Barrymore ("Batman Forever," "Boys on the Side") inadvertently hooks up with Kris Kristofferson ("A Star is Born," "Semi-Tough"), a hard-edged cop who must try to keep them both alive and protect the young girl from the psycho who murdered her sister. Academy Award-winner Martin Landau ("Ed Wood"), O.J. Simpson ("The Towering Inferno") and Bruce Weitz ("Hill St. Blues") co-star.
Drew Barrymore inadvertently hooks up with Kris Kristofferson, a hard-edged cop who must try to keep them both alive and protect the young girl from the psycho who murdered her sister.
Leslie Nielsen returns as the intrepid (and accident-prone) Lt. Frank Drebin in Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, "un film de David Zucker." This second feature film from the "Police Squad!" series finds Drebin as a guest at a White House dinner, receiving an award for shooting his 1,000th drug dealer, although he admits to shooting only 998 - he ran over the last two in his car. ("Luckily, they turned out to be drug dealers"). Also at the White House dinner is energy czar Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer (Richard Griffiths), whom President George Bush (John Roarke) has chosen to start a new national energy policy. Since Meinheimer believes in promoting alternative energy resources, the evil leaders of the polluting energy industries (coal, oil, and nuclear power - or the lobby groups Smoke, Spill and Kaboom) are horrified at Bush's choice. Joining together with arch-villain Quentin Hapsburg (Robert Goulet), they plan to kidnap the real Meinheimer and substitute a fake Meinheimer in his place who will enact energy policy according to the dictates of the energy lobby. Drebin becomes deeply involved in the conspiracy when he runs into his ex-girl friend Jane (Priscilla Presley), who is not only Meinheimer's public relations director but also Hapsburg's current paramour.
Bumbling cop Frank Drebin is out to foil the big boys in the energy industry, who intend to suppress technology that would put them out of business.
Frank Drebin loves a mystery. Why are we here? Is there life after sex? Yes, Drebin tackles the big issues - and the biggest of all is how to stop devious Quentin Hapsburg's plan to destroy the environment!
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.
The first time Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova stepped onto a tennis court together, the world scarcely noticed. Only a few hundred spectators saw the pert 18-year-old beat the scrappy 16-year-old Czech in 1973. "I remember that she was fat," Evert recalled. But I remember thinking, if she loses weight, we're all in trouble."
The Las Vegas kidnapping case that put former football great O.J. Simpson in jail was one of many highly publicized Simpson cases with a singular theme - rage. Crime Writer Aphrodite Jones uncovers new information about the fall of an icon.
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The OJ Simpson Trial examines the broader issues behind "the trial of the century." The program takes you to the night Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman were murdered, and explores the case as it unfolds. From the infamous white Bronco chase along Los Angeles freeways to the criminal trial and acquittal of football legend O.J. Simpson, this episode of The Final Report goes beyond the media circus by examining the criminal justice system, legal strategies, racial politics and the Los Angeles Police Department's methods.
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.
Chicken George is sent to England as payment for his owner's gambling debt. Fourteen years later, he returns home a free man, a status that has a profound effect on the family begun by Kunta Kinte.
On Christmas Eve 1770, a young African warrior, who three years prior had been captured and sold into slavery in America, leads a desperate group of runaway slaves as they attempt to reach freedom in the North. Based on the characters from the novel Roots by Alex Haley.
O. J. Simpson hosts with performances by Ashford and Simpson (“So, So Satisfied” and “Don’t Cost You Nothing”). Sketches include Samurai Night Fever and E. Buzz Miller’s Animal Kingdom.
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Sean explores his roots, prepares a typical Appalachian dinner, cooks chicken and dumplings with his mom, and makes fried okra and country ham.
His name was Kunta Kinte. Kidnapped from Africa and enslaved in America in 1767, he refused to accept his slave name of Toby. Heirs kept his heroic defiance alive, whispering the name of Kunta Kinte from one generation to the next until it reached a young boy growing up in Tennessee. His name was Alex Haley. And he proclaimed Kunta Kinte's name to the world.
Alex Haley (JONES) is now a successful magazine writer; his latest assignment: an interview with Malcolm X. He later goes on to write The Autobiography of Malcolm X. After the black leader's assassination, Haley sets out to discover his own "roots" and launches a twelve-year search, which culminates with his visit to a small African village.
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