The Wind and the Lion -- At the beginning of the 20th century an American woman is abducted in Morocco by Berbers. The attempts to free her range from diplomatic pressure to military intervention.
Chinatown -- A private detective investigating an adultery case stumbles on to a scheme of murder that has something to do with water.
Halls of Anger -- Trailer for Halls of Anger
The Car -- A man's car breaks down on an abandoned outback highway. But it s not an ordinary breakdown. The man discovers that his car has a mind of its own. And its own agenda.
Chinatown -- A private detective investigating an adultery case stumbles on to a murder scheme that mysteriously involves water.
Chinatown -- Clip: Your husband was murdered
Breakheart Pass -- Charles Bronson in this trailer for the action film set on a train
The Bill Engvall Show: Season 3: Episode 4 -- The Way We Were
Breakout -- A Texas bush pilot is hired by a woman to help break out her husband who is imprisoned in Mexico on a framed charge that was engineered by his Grandfather.
Breakheart Pass -- Charles Bronson stars in this nerve-shattering mystery thriller about a treacherous train ride across the snowy western frontier. Also stars Richard Crenna and Jill Ireland.
The Gauntlet -- A hard but mediocre cop is assigned to escort a prostitute into custody from Las Vegas to Phoenix, so that she can testify in a mob trial. But a lot of people are literally betting that they won't make it into town alive.
In this lively (and paranoid) adventure set in the mid-1980s, the US stands alone, abandoned by its allies. The USSR and Cuba start selective bombing, then invade the US and quickly capture the central part of the country. The film takes place entirely in a small town taken by surprise by paratroopers. A band of teenagers (led by Patrick Swayze and C. Thomas Howell) escape to the mountains and become a group of tough guerrillas that launch a series of surprise attacks on the murderous and nasty Red invaders. But the teenagers start getting a bit troubled themselves. In their brutality, are they becoming just like their enemies? The band of teens fights on, becoming a smaller and smaller group. They help pave the way for the eventual victory of the main American Army, busy elsewhere in the Republic.
A teenage militia hides out in the Colorado Rockies, striking back against invading Russian troops in this action-military fantasy. Charlie Sheen's film debut, with Lea Thompson, Jennifer Grey.
In this non-stop, death-defying action thriller, the outbreak of World War III has occurred, leaving a group of mid-western high school students turned refugees to slowly organize themselves into an effective guerilla force. The group becomes sophisticated enough to challenge and take on Soviet invaders.
Superstar and Academy Award-winner Clint Eastwood ("Unforgiven," "Million Dollar Baby") is a Depression-era, hard-drinking country musician who's a man of the moment. He is also chasing a distinctly American dream -- to get to the Grand Ole Opry -- and is joined by his nephew (played by real-life son, Kyle) who attempts to keep his uncle sober and out of trouble. Time magazine says "Clint Eastwood shines," while CBS-TV calls this "a superior movie that's an adventure for the heart... Clint Eastwood has never been better -- with an impressive debut for Kyle." Co-starring Barry Corbin ("Northern Exposure") and directed by Eastwood, with a score of great country and western hits.
Red Stovall is an era rascal whose fire-in-the-belly passion comes from the whiskey he slugs and the dream he chases.He takes off on a drive from Oklahoma to audition in Nashville.
Red Stovall (Clint Eastwood) is a Depression-era rascal whose fire-in-the-belly passion comes from the whiskey he slugs and the dream he chases: singing at the Grand Ole Opry. He takes off on a drive from Oklahoma to audition in Nashville with nephew Whit (Clint's son Kyle Eastwood) along to help keep the car on the road and Red on the straight and narrow.
Richard Pryor stars in this wild, wacky and warmhearted road movie with a difference, which later inspired a TV series. When budget cuts close a children's home in Philadelphia, Vivian Perry (Emmy® Award-winner Cicely Tyson) decides to help eight special-education students by taking them to her aunt's farm outside Seattle. In desperate need of a driver/mechanic for the bus, she teams up with Joe Braxton (Pryor), an equally desperate ex-con who hates women and children. Fueled by Roberta Flack's songs, the action is fast and funny as this delightfully mismatched group battles the bus, the law, the Ku Klux Klan and even each other on their way west. But it all ends happily for the kids, the con and the straitlaced lady.
One con... eight kids... one outrageous journey! Richard Pryor is a desperate ex-prisoner who is hired to drive a bus of special-ed students cross-country in this fast and funny road movie.
Caine's (DAVID CARRADINE) peace of soul reaches out to break the power of a curse more deadly than the cave-in sealing him and a group of other prisoners in a mine.
Wedding bells for Joe in a two-part love story
Hoss's desire to aid a drought-stricken farmer is complicated by the
ex-slave's pride---and Hoss's color.
An accident, which occurs while traveling through the wormhole, leaves Kira and Bashir stranded in an alternate universe where humans are slaves.
Andy opens a coin laundry to save money for Opie's college education.
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Old Jose Ortega is always spinning tales---including one about a land
grant giving him ownership of the territory.
Ep 1 Follow the divergent lives of two small-town brothers: conscientious Rudy, irresponsible Tom, and their unloving father. Tom, banished from town, goes to stay with his uncle in California.