Film version of Peter Shaffer's play about a psychiatrist who investigates a stable boy's reasons for blinding horses. Acclaimed performances by all!
"Earth," which is produced by BBC Worldwide and Greenlight Media (a Berlin Atlantic Company) and co-directed by Mark Linfield, takes moviegoers on an extraordinary tour of our home planet as its never been seen before. The film will be narrated by renowned actor James Earl Jones.
Critically acclaimed account of the search by 19th-century explorers Sir Richard Burton and John Hanning Speke for the source of the Nile.
A Roman tribune gradually converts to Christianity after participating in the Crucifixion. One of the first Cinema Scope features!
Big stars and big sets combine for big effect in this big budget account of the big affair between the queen of the Nile and Mark Antony in the wake of Julius Caesar's death. Best Picture nominee.
Edward Albee's controversial account of a casual evening between two middle-class couples that explodes into a night of marital turmoil. Oscar nominations for all four players, with both ladies winning!
A British soldier goes undercover to destroy Rommel's Panzer Division in Libya during World War II.
Documentary on Charles Bukowski, author of 'Notes of a Dirty Old Man', 'Love Is a Dog from Hell', and the autobiographical novels, 'Women', 'Hollywood', and 'Post Office'.
Richard Burton and Genevieve Bujold star as King Henry VIII of England and Anne Boleyn in this emotionally charged drama about one of history’s most tragic love affairs.
The first film in the Disney nature series, EARTH, narrated by James Earl Jones, tells the remarkable story of three animal families and their amazing journey across the planet we call home. EARTH combines rare action, unimaginable scale and impossible locations by capturing the most intimate moments of our planet's wildest and most elusive creatures. Directors Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield, the acclaimed creative team behind the Emmy Award(R) winning "Planet Earth," combine forces again to bring this epic adventure to the big screen.
This portrait of Charles Bukowski reveals a tortured man who survived years of abuse to produce some of the most influential prose of his generation.
In the 1850's two British officers, Capt. Richard Burton (Patrick Bergin) and Lt. John Speke (Iain Glen) set out on a spectacular adventure to discover the source of the Nile. They are warned that great dangers await them, but against all odds they push on deeper and deeper into the magnificent, untamed African wilderness, where no western man had ever gone. As the difficult journey take its toll, Burton and Speke forge a strong bond. A bond that one will eventually betray. But history will be the judge as the two intrepid explorers venture into realms.
A catholic priest and students at a boys boarding school - a true story that is a gripping mystery.
Benjamin Stanfield (Dominic Guard) plays a practical joke on Father Goddard (Richard Burton). In confession, Stanfield tells Goddard that he has murdered his friend Blakey (Billy Connolly) and buried him in the forest. When Goddard investigates the matter, he finds a buried scarecrow. Goddard once again goes to the forest to investigate the matter. This time, he discovers Blakey's dead body.
To advance its own business interests, a British conglomerate sends a group of aging mercenaries into the African wilds to rescue a political leader.
A terrifying story of a man who possesses an appalling power control over life and death. John Morlar is savagely attacked in his London flat and Detective Brunel, who is assigned to the case, is led to Morlar's doctor, Zonfeld. Morlar feels he possesses the gift of evil in the form of an awesome telekinetic power - to 'will' destruction and death. Brunel realises that Morlar's power exists and that he is able to wreak havoc at will. The detective is desperate to stop the next tragedy, but can he kill the nemesis? What if Morlar's body dies and his brain still lives?
Psychological thriller about a telekinetic novelist (Richard Burton) who causes disasters simply by thinking about them.
Lucy mistakes actor Richard Burton for a plumber when he dons overalls to evade a throng of women while on his way to have Elizabeth Taylor's 69 carat ring re-sized. Lucy finds the ring in Burton's discarded overalls, tries it on and can't get it off!
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