Big-budget story of a rescue mission into Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. Can you figure out who wins?
An overworked air-traffic controller and his family head south to vacation but end up in funny hot water. Candy makes it worthwhile!
Tough, lusty Catlow (Yul Brynner) is fast on the draw and even faster when it comes to making a dollar. He's also a wanted man. The Mexican Army is after him. So are his hellcat girlfriend (Dalian Lavi), an Indian war party, a vengeful killer (Leonard Nimoy) and several hotheaded cowpokes from Catlow's outlaw gang. Then there's Catlow's best friend Marshal Ben Cowan (Richard Crenna), who wants the pleasure of putting Catlow behind bars all to himself. Brynner and Crenna bring a backslapping, backstabbing camaraderie to their portrayal of friendly foes. Nimoy, as mean as a hungry coyote, supplies the menace. And director Sam Wanamaker sets up a entertaining tone that's winkingly amiable one minute and whip-swiftly action-packed the next. Saddle up with Catlow.
Precious-metal miners are trapped on the ocean floor with a gigantic eel-like genetic mutation!
A blind woman is terrorized by a gang of drug dealers searching for drugs planted in her apartment. Based on Frederick Knott's Broadway hit.
Ryan Harrison is a world-renowned violinist who must prove his innocence after being framed by a gorgeous woman and a one-armed, one-legged, one-eyed terrorist for the murder of the woman's husband.
Topper Harley returns to lead a mission into enemy territory to save a previous rescue mission.
Deep-sea miners are transformed into monstrous amphibians after discovering a sunken Russian freighter.
World War III seems imminent after the explosion of an unidentified missile over Russia triggers retaliation against the United States.
A disguised federal agent is suddenly caught up in the murder of other passengers on a 19th century train.
Newly allied crooks Talman (Richard Crenna), Carlino (Jack Weston) and Roat (Alan Arkin) hide, as the blind heroine Susy (Audrey Hepburn) makes her first appearance, in Wait Until Dark, 1967.
Six romantics can't find the words to talk about their love.
Everyone's falling in love with the wrong person this romantic comedy.
The king of spoofs, Leslie Nielsen ("Airplane!," "The Naked Gun"), stars in this hilarious parody of "The Fugitive." A violinist, wrongfully accused of murdering a prominent patron of the arts, must evade the police while tracking down the real killer (a one-armed, one-legged man). From the co-creator of "Police Academy," "The Naked Gun" and "Hot Shots." Co-starring Richard Crenna, Kelly LeBrock, Michael York and Sandra Bernhard.
The king of spoofs, Leslie Nielsen ("Airplane!," "The Naked Gun"), stars in this hilarious parody of "The Fugitive.
The king of spoofs, Leslie Nielsen, stars in this hilarious parody of THE FUGITIVE. A violinist, wrongfully accused of murdering a prominent patron of the arts, must evade the police while tracking down the real killer (a one-armed, one-legged man). From the co-creator of POLICE ACADEMY, THE NAKED GUN and HOT SHOTS. Co-starring Richard Crenna, Kelly LeBrock, Michael York and Sandra Bernhard.
When a romance between his brother and the chauffeur's daughter threatens to blow a business deal, an industrialist clears his slate to break them up.
A remake of a 1954 Billy Wilder romance, this updated version of the play Sabrina Fair was directed by Sydney Pollack. Julia Ormond stars as Sabrina Fairchild, the daughter of a kindly chauffeur (John Wood) at the Long Island estate of the upper crust Larrabee family. Sabrina has grown up enchanted from afar with the Larrabees' sparkling world of privilege and wealth, but she's especially enamored of younger Larrabee brother David (Greg Kinnear), a charming womanizer. After the once plain Sabrina returns from a sojourn in Paris transformed into a remarkably poised and attractive young woman, she at long last catches David's eye. In a calculated effort to manipulate David away from her and into a more financially advantageous marriage, older brother Linus (Harrison Ford) pretends to woo Sabrina himself, but finds himself unintentionally falling in love.
Six confused romantics can't quite find the words to tell each other about what blazes in their hearts. And in a neighborhood full of people carrying hidden torches, there's bound to be some combustion.
A young man tries to win over his true love with a blazing crime of passion.
Fort Marshall prepares to welcome military dignitaries for its centennial celebration; Hector and Gloria deal with the aftermath of Penny's return.
Susan and Ian have their first date; surrogate mother Xaio-Mei gives birth to Gaby and Carlos's baby.
The FBI investigates the murder of a female Iraqi activist which happened on U.S. soil.
Hayden hears a rumor that a professional organization is considering interviewing him for a position. But he lets his excitement get the best him.
The A-Team infiltrates a Florida prison to stop an old friend of B.A.'s from fighting in a lethal boxing match arranged by the crooked warden.
Luke and Kate join a young people's recreation group and suggest Grampa join the "Young Old Timers." He refuses, saying they are all old fuddy-duddies with no family interests. After consistently being left alone, he finally decides to investigate the old-timers group and is acclaimed by them as an artist at whittling.
There's more than just pride riding on a McCoy in the school's eating contest--Grampa has bet Kate's prized laying hen that Little Luke will win.
Grampa comes to the rescue when an old photograph of Flora in a bathing suit gets people talking.
The homeliest boy in class wants a date with Hassie, but she refuses.
Grampa thinks he's the perfect role model for Little Luke--until the boy starts getting in trouble for telling fibs and using bad language.
Grampa tries to join the volunteer fire brigade, but they refuse him.
Grampa refuses to let go of his old-fashioned ways of farming after a new county farm agent offers to help Luke modernize the henhouse.
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