Falling Down -- An unemployed defence worker frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, begins to psychotically and violently lash out against them.
The Cincinnati Kid -- Steve McQueen, Ann-Margret, and Edward G. Robinson star in this suspenseful, visually stunning Norman Jewison-directed all-star drama about a brash young poker player who takes on a hardcore veteran in a high stakes game in New Orleans.
Once Upon a Time in America -- Movieplayer.it - Italian Trailer (Flash/MP4)
Once Upon a Time in America -- A former Prohibition-era Jewish gangster returns to Brooklyn over 30 years later, where he once again must confront the ghosts and regrets of his old life.
Chelsea Walls -- The Chelsea Hotel used to be the hippest place to live for New York artist, painters, writers and musicians from Mark Twain to Jimi Hendrix enlivened the hotel's walls. Now, even though the iron facade has become rusty, a new generation of dreams inhabit the hotel. Memories, aspirations, passion and scandal influence the creative visionaries to create their own masterpieces.
The Wrong Man -- Academy Award-winner Henry Fonda stars in this riveting drama based on a true story. When mild-mannered bass player Fonda is wrongly accused of robbery, his life is slowly destroyed.
The Cincinnati Kid -- Trailer: #2
Falling Down -- CineMagia.ro - Trailer (Flash)
Falling Down -- A laid-off defense worker is on a path of violence and self destruction, and now an LAPD detective, only hours away from retirement, must find him and stop his vigilante acts.
The Chelsea Hotel used to be the hippest place to live for New York artist, painters, writers and musicians from Mark Twain to Jimi Hendrix enlivened the hotel's walls. Now, even though the iron facade has become rusty, a new generation of dreams inhabit the hotel. Memories, aspirations, passion and scandal influence the creative visionaries to create their own masterpieces.
A laid-off defense worker is on a path of violence and self destruction, and now an LAPD detective, only hours away from retirement, must find him and stop his vigilante acts.
A day in the life of a laid-off defense worker driven beyond frustration in an endless traffic jam. After he abandons his car in the middle of the freeway, he crosses the city on foot, leaving behind him an escalating wake of destruction.
What do you do when you've finally had enough? In this 'wickedly mischievous, entertaining suspense thriller' ('N.Y. Times'), jobless, middle-aged, divorced Michael Douglas abandons his car in the middle of an impossible L.A. traffic jam and heads for home on foot. On the way, he takes out his frustration on everyone who gets in his way, escalating into a one-man crime wave.
In the tradition of "The Godfather" comes Sergio Leone's compelling dramatic epic chronicling the lives of two boyhood cohorts and their struggle to achieve power in the gangland heirarchy. Academy Award- winner Robert De Niro ("GoodFellas," "A Bronx Tale") stars in this powerful tale of raw, brutal emotion. Co-starring Academy Award-nominee and Emmy-winner James Woods ("Nixon," "Ghosts of Mississippi"), Elizabeth McGovern ("She's Having a Baby"), Treat Williams ("Prince of the City") and Academy Award-winner Joe Pesci ("GoodFellas," "Lethal Weapon 2 & 3") co-star. Receiving two Golden Globe nominations, USA Today calls this "a visually stunning film" and The New York Times says it's a monument of filmmakers." Included on the 1984 Ten Best lists of both The Hollywood Reporter and Siskel & Ebert's "At the Movies," and available in its epic, uncut longer version.
Dobie lies about joining the navy to impress a girl's sea-minded father.
Dobie meets Gwyneth, a simple girl who despises money, until her kid sister begins dating 13-year-old Chrissie Tyler, who runs a lucrative babysitting racket out of Charlie Wong's ice cream parlor.
Dobie acts impulsively and proposes marriage to Zelda.
After getting into a bit with a disgruntled police officer over picking flowers in the park Dobie goes to visit his new date that just so happens to be the officer's daughter.
Dobie falls for a nurse and fakes having a serious illness to win her attentions, but the disease he and Maynard plucked from a medical book sparks a panic.
Maynard is smitten with Francoise, and to compete with the similarly smitten Chatsworth Maynard trades in his sweatshirt and jazz sides for a sport coat and tie, but will he agree to shave off his beatnik beard?
When the Quimbys come to town and open a grocery store, Dobie competes with Chatsworth for Delphine's affections while Mr. Gillis competes with Mr. Quimby for the local grocery trade.
Dobie and Chatsworth compete for the affections of Daphne by setting to work to sell the most shoes in her father's shoe store.
Mr. Gillis dreads signing his will and suffers a nightmare of what his wife and sons would do with his store in his absence.
Chatsworth Osborne, Jr. agrees to assist the under-dressed Dobie and Maynard gain entry to his cousin Sabrina Armitage's black-tie soirée by having each fellow take a turn wearing his tux.
Thalia hatches a scheme for Dobie to sell sandwiches at the school picnic.
Dobie and Maynard strike out on their own and rent an apartment.
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