A detective tries to unravel the mysterious death of a beautiful socialite. All around excellence!
Wonderful tale of the marriage between a political reporter and a sportswriter. First classic combination of Tracy and Hepburn. Colorized version available.
Director Robert Altman's ground-breaking black comedy about doctors and nurses, football, and the Korean War. Meet Hawkeye, Hot Lips O'Houlihan, Radar and Frank Burns. Oscar winner for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Beginning his debriefing of cop McPherson (Dana Andrews) about his relations with the victim, prissy columnist Waldo Lydecker (Clifton Webb) describes his first meeting with the murdered title character (Gene Tierney), her first appearance on screen, in Otto Preminger's Laura, 1944.
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Muhammad Ali plays himself in a reconstruction of the events that brought him to fame. Film clips include crucial fights throughout Ali's career. Ali receives excellent support from Ernest Borgnine, Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, Dina Merril and Paul Winfield.
To redeem himself after a hoax, reporter Wallace Cook proposes a series of stories on doomed Hazel Flagg.
The story of Allen and Grace Brewer, a couple grieving after the death of their older son Bennett in a car crash. When a woman, Rose, contacts them and reveals she is pregnant with Bennett's child, the Brewers invite her to stay in their home. At first, Rose's presence threatens to tear the family even further apart, but her interaction with each of the Brewers proves to be the very thing that brings them back together.
Oscar-nominees and Golden Globe-winners Steve McQueen ("Bullit," "The Great Escape") and Ann-Margret ("Grumpy Old Men") and Oscar-honoree Edward G. Robinson ("Double Indemnity," "Little Caesar") star in this suspenseful drama about a brash new poker player who takes on a hardcore veteran in a high stakes game in New Orleans. Co-starring Oscar-winner Karl Malden ("Streetcar Named Desire," "On the Waterfront"), Oscar-nominee and Emmy-winner Rip Torn ("The Larry Sanders Show," "Men in Black"), and Oscar-nominees Joan Blondell ("Grease") and Tuesday Weld ("Looking for Mr. Goodbar"). Blondell received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance. Directed by Academy Award-winner Norman Jewison ("Moonstruck").
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