A family fathered by an alcoholic television personality deals with the mother's untimely death.
Experimenting with a new drug, a shy research physician is able to revive patients who have been catatonic for years - but what are the side effects? Riveting and heartwarming, based on a true story.
Gripping true story of the 1839 revolt on a slave ship going to America and the murder trial of the slave that led it. Critically praised.
Awakenings starring Julie Kavner, Penelope Ann Miller, Max Von Sydow, Robert DeN
Rookie Rosa (Regina Baff) on the road with fellow lady wrestlers (Billie Mahoney, Shirley Stoler et al) then getting initiated when she finally meets big-timer Tommy (Jane O'Brien, a real-life pro) in Below The Belt, 1980.
Sent rather on a lark to try her hand at pro wrestling, Rosa (Regina Baff) meets a brassy veteran, the Beautiful Boomerang (Annie McGreevey) and a top trainer, pretty much playing her real-life self, Mildred Burke, in Below The Belt, 1980.
Most of the opening sequence, Rosa (Regina Baff) working the snack stand, fending off a grabby colleague, pro wrestler Tommy (Jane O'Brien, herself a leading lady wrestler) drawing attention in the wring, John C. Becher as promoter Fox, in Below The Belt, 1980.
A doctor's experiments bring a group of comatose patients back to consciousness in Awakenings (1990), directed by Penny Marshall and starring Robin Williams and Robert De Niro.
Steven Spielberg's Amistad (1997), the true story of a rebellion on a slave ship that inflamed 1840's America.
A Civil Action -- A lawyer puts his career on the line for the rights of his clients.
Schindler's List -- Winner of 7 Oscars including Best Picture, Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List follows the true story of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), who saved more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust.
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Winner of 7 Oscars including Best Picture, Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List follows the true story of Oskar Schindler (Liam Neeson), who saved more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust.
Based on the best selling novel by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal" continues the story begun in "The Silence of the Lambs." Seven years have passed since Dr. Hannibal Lecter escaped from custody, seven years since FBI Agent Clarice Starling interviewed him in a maximum-security hospital for the criminally insane. The doctor is now at large in Italy, pursuing his own interests, savoring the scents, the essences of the unguarded world. But Starling has never forgotten her encounters with Dr. Lecter – his seldom-used voice still haunts her dreams. Mason Verger remembers Dr. Lecter as well, and is obsessed with revenge. Verger was Dr. Lecter’s sixth victim, and although hideously disfigured, he survived. In order to draw Dr. Lecter into the open, Verger uses Clarice Starling as bait.
Based on the best selling novel by Thomas Harris, "Hannibal" continues the story begun in "The Silence of the Lambs."
A lawyer puts his career on the line for the rights of his clients.
A flamboyant personal injury attorney hungry for headlines and big settlements engages in a lengthy court battle with two huge corporations whose illegal toxic dumping in Massachusetts led to dozens of leukemia deaths.
This Steven Spielberg-directed exploration into a long-ago episode in African-American history recounts the trial that followed the 1839 rebellion aboard the Spanish slave ship Amistad and captures the complex political maneuverings set in motion by the event. Filmed in New England and Puerto Rico, the 152-minute drama opens with a pre-credit sequence showing Cinque (Djimon Hounsou) and the other Africans in a violent takeover of the Amistad. Captured, they are imprisoned in New England where former slave Theodore Joadson (Morgan Freeman), viewing the rebels as "freedom fighters," approaches property lawyer Baldwin (Matthew McConaughey), who attempts to prove the Africans were "stolen goods" because they were kidnapped. Running for re-election, President Martin Van Buren (Nigel Hawthorne) overturns the lower court's decision in favor of the Africans. Former President John Quincy Adams (Anthony Hopkins) is reluctant to become involved, but when the case moves on to the Supreme Court, Adams stirs emotions with a powerful defense. The storyline occasionally cuts away to Spain where the young Queen Isabella (Anna Paquin) plays with dolls; she later debated the Amistad case with seven U.S. presidents. The character portrayed by Morgan Freeman is a fictional composite of several historical figures. For authentic speech, the Africans speak the Mende language, subtitled during some scenes but not others.
AMISTAD is about a 1839 mutiny aboard a slave ship that is traveling towards the Northeast Coast of America. Much of the story involves a court-room drama about the free-man who led the revolt.
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