Viva Pedro movie trailer - starring Agustin Almodovar, Penelope Cruz, Javier Camara, Jackie Dollar, Esther Garcia, Alberto Iglesias. Directed by Caddie Hastings. Theatrical Release Date: 8/11/2006
“Alchemy” chronicles the emotional and creative life of a young artist as she attempts to find a place for herself in the world around her. Accepting a position at a month-long artists’ retreat, Louisa is confronted with heartbreak, self-discovery, and love, as she grows as a woman and as an artist.
Meet three cadets with major troubles! They must keep a secret for 10 calamity-filled weeks or risk not graduating. Two-time Oscar® nominee Eddie Albert teams up with Ronald Reagan and Wayne Morris for a spirited, behind-the-scenes look at love, laughter and life's hard-fought lessons within a prestigious Virginia military academy. In his screen debut, Albert defies campus rules by secretly marrying the woman he loves. And as if that isn't risky enough, they are now expecting a baby!
Gilda movie trailer - starring Glenn Ford, Rita Hayworth, Joseph Calleia, George Macready, Steven Geray, Robert Scott. Directed by Charles Vidor. Genre: Comedy
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The Killing of John Lennon is a chilling insight into the mind of Mark David Chapman, the 25 year old narcissist who gunned down John Lennon outside his Dakota apartment in New York in 1980. Meticulously researched and filmed in actual locations where events occurred, The Killing of John Lennon is a gritty and imagistic examination of a celebrity stalker's mind leading up to the kill - and his subsequent descent into madness and exorcism. Independently financed and filmed over three years in Hawaii, Decatur Georgia and New York, this indie drama from IFC is unflinching in its presentation of the truth. It does not set out to condone or exonerate the shooting death of Lennon or his killer's desire for fame. Its theme of bomb-ticking loneliness and, by extension, the notion that America is a nation of angry strangers who vent paranoid resentment toward public figures couldn't be more resonant today.
Absent-minded professor Malcolm Downey (Thomas Cavanagh) has just invented the sure thing that will lead to the academic easy street of tenure: a computer that can register human emotions. In order to give his device the acid test, Malcolm decides to see whether a real woman can fall in love with his machine. But Malcolm never computed falling in love himself -- with his test subject, Samantha (Sarah Chalke).
"Alchemy" chronicles the emotional and creative life of a young artist as she attempts to find a place for herself in the world around her. Accepting a position at a month-long artists' retreat, Louisa is confronted with heartbreak, self-discovery, and love, as she grows as a woman and as an artist.
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