A film about World War II that examines what happened to the men and women in the factories making weapons rather than following the troops.
Talented high-school students stage a song-and-dance show to save their financially troubled Brooklyn school.
Bank robber Sonny (Al Pacino), now holding hostages, rallies the Brooklyn crowd, citing the infamous 1971 prison riot, after an obscene in-person confrontation with cop Moretti (Charles Durning), a famous scene from Sidney Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon, 1975.
Following credits establishing Brooklyn, NY, August 22, 1972, Sonny (Al Pacino), Sal (John Cazale) and hesitant Stevie (Gary Springer) begin their bank job, in Sidney Lumet's fact-based Dog Day Afternoon, 1975.
Having bungled trying to burn the traveler's check register, bank robber Sonny (Al Pacino) and partner Sal (John Cazale) learn from the manager (Sully Boyar) that cop Moretti (Charles Durning) is on the phone, in Sidney Lumet's Dog Day Afternoon, 1975.
Loose Cannons -- The youngest son in an Italian family struggles with whether or not to come out of the closet as he's faced with the prospect of taking over the family's pasta business.
Melvin and Howard -- The story of hard-luck Melvin Dummar, who claimed to have received a will naming him an heir to the fortune of Howard Hughes.
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Loose Cannons -- An unconventional cop who doesn't take any bull, is paired up with an amazing detective to capture some powerful criminals but the cop soon realizes that his by the book partner has split personality disorder.
Loose Cannons -- Veteran Gene Hackman teams up with schizophrenic detective Dan Aykroyd in this wacky, action-packedthriller.
Retribution -- After his friend Max is mysteriously murdered, Ryan Mitchell wants to find out who was responsible. He targets two gangs in which Max was a part of.
Oh, God! You Devil -- George Burns is back as God, but oops, here he is as Satan, too. A young rock star is ready to sell his soul to Satan...
When Tommaso (Riccardo Scamarcio) makes a trip back home to Southern Italy, he plans to announce his new aspirations to write, rather than take over the family's pasta-making business, and tell his family that he's gay.
In Loose Cannons, Gene Hackman plays Mac, a Washington, DC, police detective teamed with a new partner, Ellis (Dan Aykroyd), to break open a case that involves the FBI, Nazis, Israelis, and pornographers. The plot involves the fight for the possession of a pornographic film starring Hitler and a prominent German politician.
From Focus Features, the premiere global brand in original and daring cinema, comes Focus World. Charged with finding the most exciting voices in international and independent film, Focus World is proud to present Loose Cannons a heartwarming comedy about family, business and coming out. When Tommaso makes a trip back home to Southern Italy, he plans to announce his new aspirations to write, rather than take over the family’s pasta-making business, and tell his family that he’s gay. Events don’t quite go as planned when his older brother, Antonio, beats him to the punch, and – literally – gives his father a heart attack! Now, Tommaso is left with a distraught family and a business to run, and stuck playing the dutiful son until the unexpected arrival of his boyfriend and their gay friends threatens to upend everything, and could force him to make a choice between family and true happiness.
From Focus World; a man who wants to come out to his conservative Italian family is unexpectedly visited by his boyfriend.
Veteran Gene Hackman teams up with schizophrenic detective Dan Aykroyd in this wacky, action-packedthriller.
Mac, a Washington, DC, police detective teams with a new partner, Ellis, to break open a case that involves a fight for the possession of a pornographic film starring Hitler and a prominent German politician.
When Tommaso makes a trip back home to Southern Italy, he plans to announce his new aspirations to write, rather than take over the family's pasta-making business, and tell his family that he's gay.
Detective Yoshioka is investigating the drowning death of a young woman in a red dress. Lying face down in a muddy puddle, her stomach is found to be full of sea water. As the investigation progresses, clues begin to appear that point to him being the murderer - as his fingerprints are found on the body and some of his personal items are found at the murder scene. As more bodies turn up, killed in the same way, even he begins to wonder whether he may be the very murderer that he is pursuing.
A small time felon, Joe Malone, after being released from prison is pushed by his mother to seek help from the neighborhood priest, who agrees to sponsor Joe through his addiction.
His life in ruins, Jake Solomon seeks revenge on the one person he holds responsible, only to find himself face to face with the demons from his past, in this Twilight Zone meets A Christmas Carol dramatic-thriller. Produced by Gamma Pictures in conjunction with the Renowood Film Academy. Shot at Gamma Studios - Reno, NV.
The murder of a homeless man leads detectives to four high school girls. But somebody drives the girls' ringleader to an apparent suicide.
The day after an anti-wrinkle injection goes awry for Michael and he ends up with an unnatural expression, he has to fight a traffic ticket in court. The judge is angered by his frozen grin and sentences him to a night in jail, where Michael's cell mate, Big Guy, thinks Michael is coming on to him since he keeps smiling at him.
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Peg spends all of Al's early retirement money and forces him to go back to work.
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