Veteran New York City police detectives must beat the clock to catch a serial killer.
Satiric look at a serious subject. Con artists Gossett and Garner travel through the pre-civil war south scamming slave owners. Engaging.
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Emmanuel Lewis is back as the endearing and adorable Webster Long for another string of laughter and life lessons in Webster Season Three.
Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard star as radical activists plotting to blow up Oregon s Green Peter Dam in an act of environmental sabotage. As their plan marches towards fruition, they soon discover that small steps have enormous consequences. Old Joy and Wendy and Lucy director Kelly Reichardt crafts another graceful and absorbing film about outsiders searching for a meaningful place on the edges of the system in this atmospheric suspense thriller.
Kelly Reichardt’s suspense-thriller NIGHT MOVES follows three environmentalists whose homegrown plot to blow up a controversial dam unravels into a journey of doubt, paranoia and unintended consequences.
NIGHT MOVES, the fifth feature film from acclaimed filmmaker Kelly Reichardt, is the story of three radical environmentalists coming together to execute the most intense protest of their lives: the explosion of a hydroelectric dam the very source and symbol of the energy-sucking, resource-devouring industrial culture they despise.
Harmon is a former Marine, radicalized by tours of duty overseas. His life in the military is behind him, but at heart he remains the same reckless alpha male he always was, eager for adventure, excited by the prospect of mayhem and destruction.
Dena is a high society dropout, sickened by the consumer economy into which she was born. She s moved west and cut ties with her family, edging ever deeper into radical politics.
And Josh, their leader, is a self-made militant, devoted to the protection of the Earth by any means necessary. A son of the middle class who works on an organic farm, he s an intensely private person by nature and may have the deepest convictions of them all.
NIGHT MOVES is a tale of suspense and a meditation on the consequences of political extremism. When do legitimate convictions truly demand illegal behaviors? What happens to a person s idealism when they find their back against the wall?
Night Moves -- A group of radical activists plot to blow up Oregon's Green Peter Dam in an act of environmental sabotage. As their plan marches towards fruition, they soon discover that small steps have enormous consequences.
Murder by Decree -- Sherlock Holmes investigates the murders commited by Jack the Ripper and discovers a conspiracy to protect the killer.
While everyone knows you can't fight City Hall, there are those who, for whatever reason, can't resist the challenge. Three slightly disturbed psychiatric patients decide to take on the government. What ensues includes car chases, a ferry boat hijacking, strip-teases and lots of fun!
Numbed by career demands and a recent divorce, Dr. Alexandra Kendall (Marsha Mason) hides behind a hard shell of professional detatchment - until she treats Buffy Koenig (Kathleen Beller), a dying 17-year-old cancer patient who reawakens Kendall to life's possibilities. Soon the courageous girl's condition takes a downturn - and the physician must carefully, even agonizingly, weigh the consequences of keeping a promise she made to Buffy. Jerome Hellman, producer of such award-winning movies as Midnight Cowboy, Coming Home and The Mosquito Coast, makes his directorial debut on this frank, finely crafted film casting an unflinching yet compassionate eye on illness. Full of memorable performances, Promises in the Dark moves, challenges - and inspires you to live life more fully.
Famed sleuths Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are on the trail of serial killer Jack the Ripper and end up entangled in a labyrinthine conspiracy.
The new preacher in town joins forces with the most unlikely group of organized crime fighters anyone has ever dreamed up -- six lady church members who are dedicated, eager, ready, willing ... everything but organized!
Albert Brooks, known for his outrageous short films for TV's original Saturday Night Live, has brought his special brand of madness to the screen. In his directorial debut. Brooks presents a hilarious account of what happens to a typical American family when a group of filmmakers moves in with them to record "real life." Brooks heads up the crew that invades the Phoenix household of Charles Grodin, Frances Lee McCain and their children. The results are disastrous...and hysterically funny.
A new preacher in town joins forces with an unlikely group of crime fighters: six dedicated lady church members who are ready -- but not necessarily equipped -- to
In his directorial debut, Albert Brooks (The Muse, Mother) brings his special brand of madness to the screen in "Real Life."
Aunt Elizabeth find Emily's treasured 'Letter Bills' hidden in the attic. Laura announces her engagement to the rest of New Moon.
Emily decides to find out the truth about Ilse's mother. Cousin Jimmy and Perry, along with Ilse, break into a warehouse trying to find out if she sailed away or stayed in Blair Water. During a faver the truth is finally reveled.
When a raccoon savages Emily's cat Pandora, Aunt Laura takes the cat to Dr. Burnley where they share a bitter-sweet moment. When Ian Bowles asks Laura to marry him, she says yes, but not with her whole heart.
Ilse wants to learn about her mother because her father never talks about her. Emily feels sympathy for her and wants to help find some information. While visiting her Great Aunts they tell her what has happened to Ilse's mother.
Miss Brownell leaves her post as teacher and marries the school inspector. Mr. Carpenter, her replacement, encourages the children to find their talents. The only problem is he drinks and has to get clean for his final evaluation.
Young Duncan McHugh blames himself for his mother's poverty and depression. After an embarrassing incident at school, Emily befriends Duncan and brings him to New Moon, but Aunt Elizabeth finds out who he is sends him packing.
Oliver, Emily's cousin, announces that New Moon belongs to his father. His girlfriend Maida is pregnant and destitute. After Maida has her baby in the Disappointed House, she leaves and Oliver takes responsibility for his child.
While searching through the attic Emily comes across her mother's doll and Aunt Laura restores it for her. Aunt Laura meets Ian Bowles and falls in love with him...until she finds out the truth which sends her back home in tears.
Emily and Ilse are curious about Lofty John and go searching on his property to find out more. After catching Emily he forces her to eat a 'poison' apple. Despite trying her best to be brave she prays to her father in heaven.
Emily discovers the "Disappointed House". A carpenter was building it for his wife-to-be when she called off the wedding just days prior. Both now dead, Emily must help the ghosts to see the truth so they can be together.
Emily is horrified when Aunt Elizabeth informs her that she must attend school. After a first day of being teased by the other students and meeting the mean teacher Miss Brownell, she meets Ilse Burnley and they become friends.
At New Moon, Aunt Elizabeth forbids Emily to read or write fiction. Pandora, Emily's cat, is left on the side of the road by Aunt Elizabeth. After finding some old 'Letter Bills', Emily uses them to write letters to her father.
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