If it bleeds, we can kill it. Arnold Schwarzenegger faces off against the ultimate alien predator in the jungles of Central America in the 1987 hit Predator, and for the film's 25th anniversary, we've got vintage ET footage of Arnold talking about the film alongside an interview with the 7-foot-2 Predator himself, Kevin Peter Hall. Video: Flashback: 'E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial' 'When I ran across the Predator script, it immediately connected that this could be the ultimate enemy,' said Arnold,
Can the car industry in China have an impact on climate change? The Chinese auto industry in just one factor in the China s explosive economic growth. Sir Peter Hall discusses sustainability in China and the social and cultural factors that will shape its future. Sustainable urban development is a vital way of reining in China s contribution to climate change.
Sir Peter Hall is an expert in sustainable urban planning and green cities. He discusses the meaning of sustainability in terms of sustainable urban planning and development. He sets out the different styles of sustainable urban development in the EU, the US and China, which is building eco-cities.
A psychologist working for the courts on cases involving serial killers receives increasingly threatening messages from someone. Could it be her hot tempered lover, jealous neighbor or a suspect she's examined?
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Christian Slater, Selma Blair, Angie Harmon and Robert Loggia star in this thrilling tale of corrupt politics, illegal business practices and brutal murder that will keep you guessing until the very end.
Set in a world with memory implants, Robin Williams plays a cutter, someone with the power of final edit over people's recorded histories. His latest assignment is one that puts him in danger.
Laura, an American woman happily living with her family in Sitges, loses her husband and her daughter in a terrible accident. As a result, she decides to return to the United States. She changes her mind, however, when Frank, who works at the American embassy, tells her that her loved ones were the victims not of an accident, but of a premeditated crime. The revelation transforms her pain into courage, triggers her to confront the local police, international authorities, and even the mafia, in an effort to uncover the truth behind the disappearance of her family.
In this futuristic tale, chips inserted into the brain at birth record a person's entire life; when the person dies, the video is edited and shown at the funeral. Video editor Alan Hackman (Robin Williams) hacks out the worst of a person's life, depicting sinners as martyrs. Alan's turned into a cold megalomaniac, but things change when he finds his own scary childhood memory in the databank of a client.
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