A Shanghai hotel is the setting for this broad farce in which a famous array of guests meet up with an inventor and his new creation, television.
Bob, a cab-driving serial killer who stalks his prey on the city streets alongside his reluctant prot�g� Tim, who must make a life or death choice between following in Bob's footsteps or breaking free from his captor.
Marley Corbett (Hudson) is young, beautiful, and wildly funny, but she’s afraid of opening herself up to true love and commitment. Though she uses her humor to prevent matters from getting serious, a life-changing visit to her doctor (Bernal) sends both of them on an eye-opening adventure of mutual discovery, leading to revelations neither thought possible.
Coming home from a routine trip to the movies, eight-year-old Tim (Bird) and his mother, Sarah (Ormond) are picked up by a psychopathic cab driver named Bob (D'Onofrio). It ends up being their last ride together. Bob murders the young boy's mother and keeps Tim as his unwilling protegee, making him clean up the mess following each murder he commits. After a couple of aborted escape attempts, Bob chains Tim - now renamed Rabbit -- allowing just enough length to move freely within the house. As the years pass, Bob starts instructing Rabbit, teaching him anatomy and human behavior. Now a teenager, Rabbit (Eamon Farren, X: Night of Vengeance) is slowly being pressed by Bob to start his own homicidal spree. Slowly but surely, he must soon choose whether to follow in Bob's serial killer footsteps or make one final, desperate attempt to break free...
A love story set in New Orleans about an irreverent young woman who unexpectedly falls in love with her doctor. Marley Corbett (Kate Hudson) is young, beautiful, and wildly funny, but she's afraid of opening herself up to true love and commitment.
Deceptively freewheeling, this taut psychological drama follows three young Australian naval officers on shore-leave who decide to hit the streets of Sydney before being shipped out to Iraq. The dynamic between the three friends is uneasy, and is tinged with malice: Sam (Ewen Leslie) has more than one reason to be looking for a way out; Dean (Toby Schmitz) is anxious to reconnect with his girlfriend and is burdened by guilt; Harry (director and writer Matthew Newton) is full of attitude and bent on a night of excess. The nursery-rhyme line that follows the film's smart title acutely describes the narrative drive of Newton's punchy script, propelled by rapid-fire ease of dialogue, the growing tension between the friends, and the frenetic on-the-town action. The focus shifts from how they run to why they run, when the uncomfortable secret that simultaneously binds and divides them is finally revealed.
Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) and Biff (Tommy Kirk) have gone big time, flying to the Pentagon in their Flubber-powered car in the opening from Son of Flubber, 1963.
The Secretary of Defense (Edward Andrews), using timeless political lingo, counsels Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) not to settle for small change in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Betsy (Nancy Olson) is surprised when her old flame Shelby (Elliott Reid) brings Desiree (Joanna Moore), who used to date her husband Ned (Fred MacMurray) to dinner in Son of Flubber, 1963.
Professor Brainard (Fred MacMurray) conducts his first test of his new invention the Weather Gun, getting his dog in trouble, in Disney's Son of Flubber, 1963.
Kyung Ju is a struggling crime novelist who has trouble making his rent, and that results in repeated confrontations with his landlady. When one such argument ends violently in the landlady’s death, Kyung Ju thinks he has the perfect cover-up.
A bright college student applies his newly-acquired knowledge of hypnotism - with some near-disastrous results.
A bright college student applies his newly-acquired knowledge of hypnotism with some near-disastrous results.
Medfield's lovable but hopelessly absent-minded professor -- Ned Brainard (Fred MacMurray) -- bounces back in this classic Disney film with hilarious new mishaps when he experiments with the amazing by-products of his startling anti-gravity substance, "flubber." Windows shatter, football players fly, and thunderstorms materialize indoors as Professor Brainard fights to keep Medfield College from falling into the hands of ruthless land developer Alonzo Hawk (Keenan Wynn).
A professor wreaks havoc with a mysterious substance.
A young man is certain that a milk wagon pulling horse has the potential to be a winning racehorse.
It's a few days before Oliver's birthday, and Lisa goes out and buys the biggest and fanciest tractor she can find.
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Andy makes a judgement concerning his son, Opie, before hearing the boy's side of the story.
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A teenager’s death in a tourist area is covered up by nervous authorities, leaving the killer free to stalk a young couple (including a young Richard Chamberlain)
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