King Arthur battles Sir Lancelot for the love of Queen Guinevere in this adaptation of the Lerner and Loewe stage musical. Strong performances and a classic score!
Romance develops between a beautiful designer and a polo star in South America. Features Williams water ballet!
Dialogue from the Lerner and Loewe musical filtered through screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky, gold claim partners Clint Eastwood (as Pardner) and Lee Marvin (as Rumson), getting acquainted in Paint Your Wagon, 1969.
Guenevere (Vanessa Redgrave) exits having baffled her husband King Arthur (Richard Harris), who offers Lerner and Loewe's How To Handle A Woman, in director Joshua Logan's Camelot, 1967.
Clint Eastwood (as Pardner) sings Lerner and Loewe, the tune I Still See Elisa, and his gold claim partner Rumson seems to have heard it, early in Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon, 1969.
In the enchanted forest, having just explained how he became king, Arthur (Richard Harris) wins over Guenevere (Vanessa Redgrave), with whom he finishes the title tune before their wedding, in Lerner and Loewe's Camelot, 1967, directed by Joshua Logan.
Venture back through the mists of time to the glorious lost age of King Arthur, the sorcerer Merlin and the valiant Knights of the Round Table. Enter into the magical and timeless realm of Camelot! Produced by Golden Films/Directed by Diane Eskenazi
Kevin Spacey plays Lester Burnham, a man in his mid-40s going through an intense midlife crisis; he's grown cynical and is convinced that he has no reason to go on. Lester's relationship with his wife Carolyn (Annette Bening) is not a warm one; while on the surface Carolyn strives to present the image that she's in full control of her life, inside she feels empty and desperate. Their teenage daughter Jane (Thora Birch) is constantly depressed, lacking in self-esteem, and convinced that she's unattractive. Her problems aren't helped by her best friend Angela (Mena Suvari), an aspiring model who is quite beautiful and believes that that alone makes her a worthwhile person. Jane isn't the only one who has noticed that Angela is attractive: Lester has fallen into uncontrollable lust for her, and she becomes part of his drastic plan to change his body and change his life. Meanwhile, next door, Colonel Fitts (Chris Cooper) has spent a lifetime in the Marine Corps and can understand and tolerate no other way of life, which makes life difficult for his son Ricky (Wes Bentley), an aspiring filmmaker and part-time drug dealer who is obsessed with beauty, wherever and whatever it may be.
Lester's wife hates him, his daughter Jane regards him with contempt, and his boss is positioning him for the axe. ...look closer as Lester decides to make a few changes in his life; the freer he gets, the happier he gets. But Lester is about to learn that the ultimate freedom comes at the ultimate price.
Lester's wife hates him, his daughter Jane regards him with contempt, and his boss is positioning him for the axe. Look closer as Lester decides to make a few changes in his life; the freer he gets, the happier he gets. But Lester is about to learn that the ultimate freedom comes at the ultimate price.
America's favorite prime-time pack is back in all its ditzy glory. The one and only Brady bunch now find themselves smackdab in the middle of the stormy '90s--but they never lose that sunny '70s outlook. Not even in the face of bigamy, knavery, kidnapping and Zsa Zsa Gabor! A 'highly entertaining' (Variety) comedy based on the classic TV show.
Like its lively predecessor, The Brady Bunch Movie (1995), this mild comic send-up takes its characters and situations from the popular family sitcom of the 1970s, The Brady Bunch. Set in the '90s, it is filled with in-joke references to American pop culture. However, one need not be familiar with the original series in order to enjoy this film. Bad guy Trevor Thomas (Tim Matheson) is posing as supermom Carol Brady's long-dead first husband Roy Martin. He claims to have been amnesiac and made unrecognizable by plastic surgery after suffering disfiguring injuries, but in truth, he is on the hunt for a very valuable artifact, an ancient Chinese horse carving which Roy sent to his family from the field. Because of the family's sheer niceness, they could never imagine such deception, and husband Mike Brady (Gary Cole) welcomes him into their midst. This causes Roy no end of frustration, as not only must he live with this incredibly sweet and cheerful family while he searches for the carving, but he must endure having his ill-tempered sarcastic jibes go completely unrecognized. When Carol (Shelley Long) is kidnapped, the whole family goes a-hunting.
Ends 01/15/15. America's favorite prime-time pack is back in all its ditzy glory. The one and only Brady bunch now find themselves smackdab in the middle of the stormy '90s--but they never lose that sunny '70s outlook. Not even in the face of bigamy, knavery, kidnapping and Zsa Zsa Gabor! A 'highly entertaining' (Variety) comedy based on the classic TV show.
Mike (Gary Cole) is a planning a surprise wedding anniversary party for Carol (Shelly Long) - until Carol's long-lost first husband, Roy (Tim Matheson), shows up to shake the family tree. When Roy whisks Carol off to Hawaii, the Bradys take off in pursuit - for fun, sun and the adventure of their lives.
Cory, Shawn and their fellow male cohorts learn an important lesson - they don't understand women at all!
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Novak is pleased when old friend and newspaper reporter Amy comes to LA to do a story on police work, until Amy impedes an armed robbery investigation. Novak is puzzled by her friend's attitude until she learns of Amy's recent cocaine habit.
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Joanne Molenski, is killed, serial murder expert Chris Novak agrees to further postpone her leave of absence in order to help Hunter
track the killer, who appears to be tied to the murders of police officers in six other cities.
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