Three months after Allen (Pierce Brosnan) and Grace's (Susan Sarandon) son dies, Rose (Carey Mulligan) shows up on their doorstep pregnant with his child. At first her arrival stirs up their emotions and threatens to tear the family further apart, but as time passes, she may just be the very thing that brings them back together.
A weary gunfighter walks into a bar, looking for a drink. What he finds instead is a building full of raunchy people, and an audible, bloodthirsty narrator.
Cody (Randolph Scott) and Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) converse on social matters following his having purchased her back from the Comanches, in Budd Boetticher's Comanche Station, 1960.
One long take in undiluted Budd Boetticher directorial style as Cody (Randolph Scott) and Lane (Claude Akins) discuss the bounty on Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) in Comanche Station, 1960.
Big action sequence sandwiched between Mrs. Lowe (Nancy Gates) finding out from Lane (Claude Akins) that Cody (Randolph Scott) failed to mention the reason he rescued her, in Budd Boetticher's Comanche Station, 1960.
The Greatest -- 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.
Gunfighter -- US Home Video Trailer from 20th Century Fox
Between Heaven and Hell -- Grief stricken Mike Taylor witnesses a murder and becomes the unwilling participant in a tangled web of corruption within a small Texas town. As Mike searches for answers and struggles to set things straight, he learns: 'The choices we make are the only thing we own.'
The Gunfighter -- Trailer for the Gunfighter
The Ghost and Mr. Chicken -- Open-ended Trailer from Universal
Gunfighter -- Open-ended Trailer from Sterling
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.
The investigation of two horrific mass murders leads to the capture and trial of the psychotic pseudo-hippie Charles Manson and his Family.
This is a dark, brooding, sometimes gripping, sometimes brutal tale of a sadistic man who mentally tortures his wife and eventually plans to murder her.
A young cowboy thirsts for revenge when a callous town boss kills his father. He rallies the support of an aging gunfighter and other ranchers to clean up the town.
Filmed by legendary western director Budd Boetticher and based on a story by Elmore Leonard, THE TALL T is considered by many to be a classic of the western genre. Pat Brennan (Randolph Scott, Ride the High Country) is a former ranch hand trying to make it on his own. After losing his horse in a bet, he finds himself on a stagecoach with Willard (John Hubbard, The Cimarron Kid) and Doretta Mims (Maureen O’Sullivan, The Thin Man). When a pack of outlaws takes over the stagecoach and finds out that Doretta is the heir to a copper fortune, a hostage situation develops, and it’s up to Brennan to save the day. Newly remastered.
Jaime fights to clear her name after the valuable decoding instrument she delivered is discovered on the international market.
Sgt. Brown is suspended from duty when a friend involves him in a shooting.
The Enterprise is ordered to pursue a group of antiestablishment idealists who have stolen a space cruiser.
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Looking for a missing Federation cultural observer, Kirk and Spock find themselves on a planet whose culture is modeled on the Nazi Party.
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A man experimenting with conciousness expansion drugs becomes super-human and not really human at all.
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Dick (Skip Homeier) has agreed to accept half-pay from his employer who is nearing bankruptcy. But Dick's wife, Beth (Academy Award winner Joanne Woodward) remonstrates him and insists that he stand up for himself. Afterward, Dick is determined to approach his boss for his just dues. At his boss's home, Dick comes across an open cash box and decides to take what he is owed. He is surprised in the act by the employer who is armed, and, in the ensuing struggle, a panicky Dick takes the life of the older man. Dick returns to his wife to state only that he is in trouble, and the two agree to a rendezvous that night in a bus station, planning a flight to Mexico. Two untimely interruptions by visitors end in violence and an unexpected climax, as the young man tries desperately to thwart justice.
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