We come not to praise this 'Julius Caesar', but to bury it. A grandly failing version of Shakespeare's great classic set in Rome. Muffled, muddled and bizarre, the real tragedy is the waste of a truly great cast.
A young Frenchman, yearning to become the fourth Musketeer, helps them in their mission to save the queen's honor from the wicked Cardinal Richelieu. The funniest and perhaps best screen version of the Dumas classic!
Later version of the Alexandre Dumas classic, in which a wrongly imprisoned man plans to escape and bring those responsible to justice.
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.'
An Australian lawyer takes on the defense of a group of aborigines accused of killing one of their own. Plagued by apocalyptic visions of water, he slowly realizes his own involvement with the aborigines…and their prophecies.
Waitress Irma (Nanette Newman), with Katherine Hepburn (title character), is alarmed for innocent but unconscious bridge-jumper Roderick (Richard Chamberlain), grilled by a Paris cop (Fernand Gravey), a sub-plot in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969, from the Jean Giraudoux play.
A green Cavalry lieutenant (George Hamilton) learns the ropes fast when he's shipped out West in A Thunder of Drums (1961).
With little context, The General (Paul Henreid) addresses his new charges, while the title character (Katharine Hepburn) advances through her neighborhood, early in director Bryan Forbes' all-star contemporary treatment of Jean Giraudoux's The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
Aboriginal legal-aid defendants (Walter Amagula, Roy Bara, Cedric Lalara, Morris Lalara) arrive to meet Sydney corporate lawyer Burton (Richard Chamberlain), who's taking their case, in Peter Weir's The Last Wave, 1977.
Hillbilly bar in downtown Sydney, native Australian Billy (Athol Compton) panics when a gang of acquaintances (Walter Amagula, Roy Bara, Cedric Lalara, Morris Lalara) arrives, early in Peter Weir's The Last Wave, 1977.
With her fellow crackpots (Margaret Leighton as Constance, Giulietta Masina as Gabrielle), the first significant scene for Katharine Hepburn (title character), approaching the action on location at the Place de l'Alma in Paris, in The Madwoman Of Chaillot, 1969.
Idyllic outback afternoon when an inexplicable storm breaks, schoolteacher (Penny Leach) scrambling to protect her charges, opening Peter Weir's supernatural-aboriginal drama The Last Wave, 1977.
Adam Sandler and Kevin James star as best friends and fellow firefighters Chuck and Larry, the pride of their Brooklyn fire station. Chuck owes Larry for saving his life. Larry calls in that favor big-time by asking Chuck to pose as his "domestic partner" so his kids will get his pension. But when a fact-checking bureaucrat becomes suspicious, the two straight guys are forced to improvise as love-struck newlyweds. Jessica Biel, Ving Rhames and Dan Aykroyd co-star in this hilarious comedy.
Two straight, single Brooklyn firefighters pretend to be a gay couple in order to receive domestic partner benefits.
Allan Quatermain once again teams up with Jesse Huston where the discovery of a mysterious old gold piece sends Quatermain looking for his long-lost brother, missing in the wilds of Africa after seeking a lost white race.
Oscar and Golden Globe-winner Michael Caine ("Hannah And Her Sisters," "Little Voice"), Katherine Ross ("The Graduate," "Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid") and Richard Chamberlain ("The Thorn Birds," "Shogun") star in Irwin Allen's doomsday epic which pits an all-star cast against an invasion of bees by the millions!
Richard Chamberlain stars as Australian lawyer David Burton, who takes on the defense of a group of aborigines accused of killing one of their own. He suspects the victim has been killed for violating a tribal taboo, but the defendants deny any tribal association. Burton, plagued by apocalyptic visions of water, slowly realizes his own involvement with the aborigines...and their prophecies.
Irwin Allen's doomsday epic pits an all-star cast against a North American invasion of killer bees!
Miniseries still rank among the top-rated programs in television history; they were major events that captured the nation’s imagination.
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Jeong-Eun works as a part-time actress while looking for her long-lost mother. Yoo-Gyeong struggles for her debut as a film director and meets producer Young-Jo. And when Yoo-Gyeong finally finds her biological mother, who is old and poor, she abandoned the mother and the baby. Jeong-Eun, who is desperate to have a family, takes Yoo-Gyeong's baby. Yoo-Gyeong pretends to be Myung-Ja's daughter.
The Walkers learn the true meaning of family.
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The truth behind the video clip is revealed. Yoo Kyung finds out about her hospital diagnosis.
As Young Jo returns to HeaJu Corporation, shooting begins for Jung Eun's movie.
Yoo Kyung tells Young Jo the whole truth about Jung Eun and Han Byul.
Young Jo starts an investigation to prove that his company is innocent.
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