An escaped murderer goes in search of the woman responsible for his incarceration.
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In a twisted modern version of 'Little Red Riding Hood', a teenage runaway headed for refuge at her grandmother's house encounters a criminally insane child psychologist.
A hunter comes out of retirement to guide a yuppie couple through the jungles of Borneo. Poor man's "Indiana Jones"!
Classic adaptation of Ken Kesey's story of an ornary criminal who gets sentenced to a mental hospital, where his presence inspires the inmates and angers the authorities. Winner of every major Academy Award!
A down-and-out alcoholic clown gets framed for the murder of his boss. Highlighted by Williams' brief appearance as a mime teacher!
The appearance of a little girl's ghost involves a young boy in the serach for her killer. Solid suspense drama!
Stitches movie trailer - starring Geoffrey Lewis, Eddie Albert, Brian Tochi, Parker Stevenson, Sidney Lassick, Robin Dearden. Directed by Alan Smithee. Genre: Comedy
Popular scene in which hoop-fan Jack Nicholson (as R.P. McMurphy) leads the Chief (Will Sampson) and the other 'nuts' in a game at the institution, in Milos Forman's One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest 1975.
A small-time criminal (Jack Nicholson) fakes insanity in hopes of doing easy time in a mental hospital in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975).
(Some story disclosure here!) As McMurphy commiserates with the Chief (Will Sampson) as they're being disciplined following an incident on the ward, in Milos Forman's One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, 1975.
McMurphy (Jack Nicholson) is determined to show fellow inmates (William Redfield, Brad Dourif, William Redfield, Danny De Vito, et al) he can bust out to see a World Series game, in One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, 1975.
Reese Witherspoon stars as a delinquent abducted by a sadistic killer (Kiefer Sutherland). Arrested and jailed for nearly killing him, she escapes to prove her innocence. Produced by Oliver Stone, music by Danny Elfman
Laurence Fishburne stars as Russell Stevens, Jr., a maverick Cleveland cop with a turbulent past. Handpicked by the DEA to infiltrate an international cocaine cartel based in Los Angeles, he goes undercover as John Q. Hull.
Based on a true story, Jim Carrey stunningly portrays the late Andy Kaufman - considered the most innovative, eccentric and enigmatic comic of his time - in Man on the Moon. "Jim Carrey is extraordinary" says The New York Post. "Jim Carrey may be a better Andy Kaufman than Andy Kaufman" writes Newsweek. Also starring Danny DeVito as Kaufman's manager, Courtney Love as the woman Andy falls in love with and Paul Giamatti as his best friend. You'll stand up and cheer for Carrey in one of the year's most entertaining movies!
Man on the Moon is a biographical movie on the late comedian Andy Kaufman. Kaufman, along with his role on "Taxi," was famous for being the self-declared Intergender Wrestling Champion of the world. After beating women time and time again, Jerry Lawler (who plays himself in the movie), a professional wrestler, got tired of seeing all of this and decided to challenge Kaufman to a match. In most of the matches the two had, Lawler prevailed with the piledriver, which is a move by spiking a guy head-first into the mat. In one of the most famous moments in this feud was in the early 80s when Kaufman threw coffee on Lawler on "The Late Show with David Letterman," got into fisticuffs with Lawler, and proceeded to sue NBC.
Based on a true story, Jim Carrey stunningly portrays the late Andy Kaufman - considered the most innovative, eccentric and enigmatic comic of his time - in Man on the Moon. Also starring Danny DeVito as Kaufman's manager, Courtney Love as the woman Andy falls in love with and Paul Giamatti as his best friend. You'll stand up and cheer for Carrey in one of the year's most entertaining movies!
Vanessa (Reese Witherspoon), a nearly illiterate firebug and serial shoplifter, desperately clings to normalcy even though her mother turns tricks, does drugs, and manages to ignore the fact that the girl's stepfather Michael T. Weiss has been abusing her for years. When both of her parents get arrested, Vanessa steals the car of her family-services caseworker (Conchata Ferrell) and heads up Interstate 5 in search of her paternal grandmother, who's never met her. Car problems force her to accept a ride from Bob Wolverton (Kiefer Sutherland), a youth counselor who uses charm and sympathy to get the girl to open up. Confessing the sordid details of her childhood to Bob, Vanessa is shocked when he suddenly declares that she's one of the "garbage people" and that he plans to murder her and have sex with her corpse. Bob, it turns out, is the "I-5 Murderer," who's been slaughtering young prostitutes in the Los Angeles area. Thanks to a gun borrowed from her fiancé, Vanessa manages to turn the tables on Bob, shooting him repeatedly and leaving him for dead. He survives, Vanessa is arrested, and the two meet up again in court — with her unrepentant, even though the police disbelieve her story, him flanked by his prim wife (Brooke Shields) and the righteous indignation of the American legal system. Locked up in the juvie for psychological evaluation, Vanessa gets in touch with her wild side and eventually escapes, heading off to her fateful meeting with grandma.
In this postmodern exploitation flick loosely based on "Little Red Riding Hood," the uneducated daughter of a drug-addicted prostitute flees the foster-care system in search of her long-lost grandmother but meets up instead with a serial killer.
Vanessa (Reese Witherspoon), a nearly illiterate firebug and serial shoplifter, desperately clings to normalcy even though her mother turns tricks, does drugs, and manages to ignore the fact that the girl's stepfather Michael T. Weiss has been abusing her for years. When both of her parents get arrested, Vanessa steals the car of her family-services caseworker (Conchata Ferrell) and heads up Interstate 5 in search of her paternal grandmother, who's never met her.
Everybody's favorite nun is back in the habit as Academy Award(R)-winner Whoopi Goldberg (Best Supporting Actress, 1990, GHOST) stirs up more laughs than ever before! This time, Whoopi goes undercover as Sister Mary Clarence at a troubled inner-city school. Equipped with a melody-marching lesson plan, she brings the gift of laughter, the power of music, and a touch of heavenly inspiration to the classroom -- before the streetwise students discover who she really is! Experience the joys of higher education with this crowd-pleasing favorite as Whoopi answers her calling once again and delivers her special brand of habit-forming fun!
Tom and Jerry return to the silver screen in a magical, music-filled extravaganza! The celebrated cat-and-mouse team meets Robyn Starling, a runaway who desperately needs their help to find her missing father. Despite heroic efforts, Tom and Jerry are captured by Robyn's nasty Aunt Figg and her lawyer Lickboot, then tossed into pet prison by the villainous Dr. Applecheeks. Tom and Jerry brilliantly mastermind a great escape and free their new friends, Puggsy and Frankie Da Flea. Together with Robyn, they set off on a wild cat-and-mouse escapade full of thrills and adventure like you've never seen.
Whoopi goes undercover as Sister Mary at an inner-city school.
Judge Harry Stone (HARRY ANDERSON) is handed a lottery ticket worth three million dollars and is expected to find a worthy recipient. When word leaks out, his courtroom becomes inundated with liars and cheats, all vying for the money.
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