My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
One of the most endearing and internationally renowned films of all time, a film that Roger Ebert called “one of the five best movies” ever made for children, My Neighbor Totoro is a deceptively simple tale of two girls, Satsuki and Mei, who move with their father to a new house in the countryside. They soon discover that the surrounding forests are home to a family of Totoros, gentle but powerful creatures who live in a huge and ancient camphor tree and are seen only by children. Based on Miyazaki’s own childhood imaginings, Totoros look like oversized pandas with bunny ears and they take the girls on spinning-top rides through the tree tops and introduce them to a furry, multi-pawed Catbus — a nod to Lewis Carroll’s Cheshire Cat.
But beneath the film’s playfulness and narrative simplicity lie depths of wisdom. As with much of Miyazaki’s work, at its core My Neighbor Totoro is about human-kind’s relationship to the Earth. The film is infused with an almost spiritual reverence for the power of nature (a philosophy tied to the ancient Shinto belief that every object in nature has a soul). Everything that surrounds us, from light-dappled tree groves, to the marvelous clouds, echoes the density and lusciousness of life. Protected by the Totoros, we know no harm will come to our two heroines in the forest’s sunlit glades and mysterious shadows. The girls may be awed by the power and majesty around them but they understand instinctively that nature has no malice. The viewer is left with a sense of wonder at the beauty, mystery and preciousness of the world all around us.
Mohabbatein (Hindi: मोहब्बतें, English: Love Stories) is a 2000 Indian musical romantic drama film directed by Aditya Chopra. It was Chopra's second directorial venture after Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge and was filmed at India and the United Kingdom. The film stars Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan in pivotal roles, along with six young debutantes. Aishwarya Rai appeared in flashbacks as Khan's lover. The film's soundtrack was composed by Jatin-Lalit, while the lyrics were penned by Anand Bakshi. The film is notable for being the first time that Bachchan and Khan appeared on-screen together.
The film went on to do well both critically and commercially. It was the second highest Bollywood grosser of 2000, after Rakesh Roshan's Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai. It also won several awards including the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor and the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor, for Khan and Bachchan respectively.
Menace II Society (1993)
Menace II Society is a 1993 American hood drama thriller film directed by Allen and Albert Hughes in their directorial debut, and starring Tyrin Turner, Jada Pinkett, Larenz Tate and Samuel L. Jackson. The film is set in South Central Los Angeles, California. The film follows the life of a young man named Kaydee "Caine" Lawson and his close friends. It gained notoriety for its scenes of violence, profanity, and drug-related content. It was released in May 1993 to critical acclaim for its gritty portrayal of urban violence and its powerful underlying messages.
Full of daring action and hilarious characters, the fun-filled MULAN celebrates honor, courage, and the importance of family. Clever Mulan proves her worth outside of her tradition-bound society when, disguised as a male soldier, "Ping," she bravely takes her father's place in the Imperial Army. Helped by her outrageously funny guardian dragon Mushu and a lucky cricket named Cri-Kee, Mulan strives to earn the respect of her fellow warriors and their courageous Captain Shang. Mulan's adventures lead to a climactic battle atop the Imperial Palace, where her family's honor and the fate of the Emperor and all of China rests in her hands!
Mississippi Burning (1988)
The summer of 1964... Two FBI agents--one a tight-jawed, by-the-book type, the other an experienced Southern lawman who knows how to handle people--head the government's investigation into the disappearance of three civil rights activists in East Mississippi.
Man On Fire (2004)
Man on Fire is a 2004 American crime thriller film and the second adaptation of A. J. Quinnell's 1980 novel of the same name; the first film based on the novel was released in 1987. The 2004 film adaptation was directed by Tony Scott, from a screenplay written by Brian Helgeland.
Man on Fire stars Denzel Washington as John Creasy, a despondent, alcoholic former CIA operative/U.S. Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance officer turned mercenary and bodyguard, who goes on a revenge rampage after his charge, nine-year-old Lupita ("Pita") Ramos (Dakota Fanning), is abducted in Mexico City. The supporting cast includes Christopher Walken, Radha Mitchell, Giancarlo Giannini, Marc Anthony, Rachel Ticotin and Mickey Rourke.
My Cousin Vinny (1992)
My Cousin Vinny is a 1992 American comedy film written by Dale Launer and directed by Jonathan Lynn. The film stars Joe Pesci, Ralph Macchio, Marisa Tomei, Mitchell Whitfield, Lane Smith, Bruce McGill, and Fred Gwynne. This was Gwynne's last film appearance before his death on July 2, 1993.
The film deals with two young New Yorkers traveling through rural Alabama who are put on trial for a murder they did not commit, and the comical attempts of a cousin, Vincent Gambini, a newly minted lawyer, to defend them. Much of the humor comes from the contrasting personalities of the brash Italian-American New Yorkers, Vinny and his fiancée Mona Lisa, and the more reserved Southern townspeople.
Lawyers have praised the comedy's realistic depiction of courtroom procedure and trial strategy. Pesci, Gwynne and Tomei received critical praise for their performances, and Tomei won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Meet Joe Black (1998)
Meet Joe Black is a 1998 American fantasy romance film produced by Universal Studios, directed by Martin Brest and starring Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins and Claire Forlani, loosely based on the 1934 film Death Takes a Holiday. It was the second pairing of Hopkins and Pitt after their 1994 film Legends of the Fall.
Magic Mike (2012)
Magic Mike is a 2012 American comedy-drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, and Matthew McConaughey. The plot revolves around Adam, a 19-year-old who enters the world of male stripping, guided by Mike Lane, who has been in the business for six years.
The film is loosely based on the experiences of Tatum, who was an 18-year-old stripper in Tampa, Florida. Magic Mike was filmed in Los Angeles and Tampa. The film premiered as the closing film for the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival on June 24, 2012, and was widely released by Warner Bros. on June 29, 2012, and was a critical and commercial success.
A sequel, Magic Mike XXL directed by Gregory Jacobs, was released on July 1, 2015.
The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones (2013)
Based on the Best-Selling YA series by Cassandra Clare. Clary's life is turned upside down when her mother is kidnapped and it's revealed that she and her mother are actually shadowhunters - billed with protecting the world from downworlders such as vampires, werewolves and demons. Clary must discover her talents and save her mother.
A dramatic comedy about Eliza (Uma Thurman), a mother and wife racing against the clock to prepare for her daughter’s sixth birthday in the face of all the chaos and joy that New York City life brings her way.
The Last Seduction (1994)
Passion, greed and revenge forge a desperate triangle between Bridget Gregory, who wants it all, her husband, Clay, a doctor forced to deal drugs to pay off their debt to a violent and impatient loan shark, and Mike, drawn into a passionate affair with Bridget. Bridget runs off with a cool million in drug money and Clay sends a resourceful private investigator to hunt her down. Bridget tells Mike of her scheme to make some quick money. It involves cheating husbands, angry wives, insurance policies and murder. Clay is closing in, but Bridget is not about to give up her fortune.
Lost Angels (1989)
Tim Doolan (Adam Horovitz) is a troubled Los Angeles teen with a history of mischievous, sometimes criminal behavior. His self-centered parents are too preoccupied with their own personal problems to help. After he clashes with the police, Tim's parents send him to a juvenile detention facility, where he is treated like a dangerous prisoner. There he meets Dr. Charles Loftis (Donald Sutherland), a dedicated psychologist who fights back against the rigid institution and tries to help Tim.
Mary Poppins (1964)
“Practically Perfect In Every Way” Mary Poppins (Julie Andrews) flies out of the windy London skies and into the home of two mischievous children. With the help of a carefree chimney sweep named Bert (Dick Van Dyke), the spirited nanny turns every chore into a game and every day into a “Jolly Holiday” to reconnect the children with their parents. Contains tobacco depictions.
Mission: Impossible III (2006)
Retired from active duty, and training recruits for the Impossible Mission Force, agent Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) faces the toughest foe of his career: Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman), an international broker of arms and information, who is as cunning as he is ruthless. Davian emerges to threaten Hunt and all that he holds dear -- including the woman Hunt loves.
Minor Details (2009)
Minor Details is a 2009 mystery film by John Lyde of MainStay Productions and written by Sally Meyer and Anne M. Edwards starring Kelsey Edwards, Caitlin EJ Meyer, Danielle Chuchran, Lauren Faber, Jennette McCurdy, Emma Duke, Savannah Jayde Gipson, Brady Edwards, Andrew Cottrill, and Elijah Thomas playing students at the boarding school Danforth Academy who try to solve the mystery of why different groups of students are getting sick for no apparent reason.
The Lost City (2006)
The Lost City is a 2005 American drama film directed by Andy García. It stars Garcia, Dustin Hoffman, Inés Sastre, and Bill Murray.
Love Streams (1984)
Love Streams is a 1984 American film directed by John Cassavetes that tells the story of a middle-aged brother and sister who find themselves caring for one another after the other loves in their lives abandon them. The film was Cassavetes' 11th and penultimate film. He later made the more mainstream Big Trouble.
Lady Beware (1987)
Lady Beware is a 1987 American thriller film, directed by Karen Arthur. It stars Diane Lane, Michael Woods, and Cotter Smith. The film is marketed with the tagline "When fantasy leads to terror." It was filmed on location in and around Pittsburgh.
Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (1966)
Lt. Robin Crusoe USN is a 1966 comedy film released and scripted by Walt Disney, and starring Dick Van Dyke as a U.S. Navy pilot who becomes a castaway on a tropical island. Some filming took place in San Diego, while a majority of the film was shot on Kauai, Hawaii.
The story was loosely based on Daniel Defoe's classic novel Robinson Crusoe. It was Walt Disney's idea to make the adaptation, and this is the only film in which he received a story credit (as "Retlaw Yensid").
Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)
... a visually stunning adaptation of Arthur Golden's best-selling novel. (Barry Caine, OAKLAND TRIBUNE) The director of Chicago, Rob Marshall, transports us into a mysterious and exotic world that casts a potent spell. A Cinderella story like no other, MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA stars Ziyi Zhang, Ken Watanabe, Michelle Yeoh and Gong Li. "Gorgeously photographed, meticulously directed and hypnotically acted. MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA is luxurious, ethereal and intoxicating. It will leave you breathless." (Rex Reed, NEW YORK OBSERVER)
The Last Detail (1974)
The Last Detail is a 1973 American comedy-drama film directed by Hal Ashby and starring Jack Nicholson, with a screenplay adapted by Robert Towne from a 1970 novel of the same name by Darryl Ponicsan. The film became known for its frequent use of profanity. It was nominated for three Academy Awards.
Letter to Brezhnev (1985)
Living in Liverpool in the mid 80s, Elaine is sick of her life and especially the men in it. "They've no romance in them," she complains as her companion Tracy bemoans her own boyfriend's faults.
Greetings from Out Here (1993)
Greetings from Out Here is a 1993 road trip documentary film which captures the people, places and politics of gay America in the Deep South.
It was the first Independent Television Service (ITVS) program to be broadcast nationally. It received an invitation to the Sundance Film Festival and was acquired for international broadcasts by the BBC, Channel Four, and the Canadian Broadcasting Company.
Vasilisa the Beautiful (1940)
Vasilisa the Beautiful (Russian: Василиса Прекрасная, translit. Vasilisa prekrasnaya) is a 1939 Soviet film produced by Soyuzdetfilm and directed by Alexander Rou. It was based on a traditional Russian fairy tale The Frog Tsarevna. It was the first large-budget feature in the Soviet Union to use fantasy elements, as opposed to the realistic style long favored politically.
I Am Here... Now (2009)
Lindsey Stirling: Live from London (2015)
Xi Bai Po 2: Wang Er Xiao (2013)
Pepe & Rubianes (2011)
That Which I Love Destroys Me (2015)
James Brown: Live from the House of Blues (2000)
Playboy: Girls of McDonald's (2005)
Pick Your Level: Weight Loss Pilates (2006)
Kidsongs: A Day at Camp (1990)
We're off to Camp Kidsongs! We'll go hiking in the wilderness, visit The Old Grey Mare and Little Bunny Foo Foo at the petting zoo and go fishing on a lake! Songs include: The Hokey Pokey, Pop! Goes the Weasel, On Top of Spaghetti and more!
Guided by Voices: The Who Went Home and Cried (2001)
Adventureville: The Cosmic Kitty Adventure (2005)
Da Mission (2001)
Hookers at the Point (2002)
Snoop Dogg: Unauthorized (2007)
Evil's Edge (2000)
Black Wheels (2005)
Visions of Mary (2005)
Shake Dance (2001)
Once Upon a Time in China III (1992)
Once Upon a Time in China III is a 1993 Hong Kong–Chinese martial arts film written, produced and directed by Tsui Hark, starring Jet Li as Chinese martial arts master and folk hero of Cantonese ethnicity, Wong Fei-hung. It is the third instalment in the Once Upon a Time in China film series.
Alex Reymundo: One Funny Hick-Spanic (2007)
Alex Raymundo, a Mexican born comedian that emigrated to the United States as a child, brings his unique perspective to the people in One Funny Hick-Spanic. In this comedy special we get a glimpse inside Raymundo's mind, his family life and the origin of the term Hick-Spanic (it's for his children, since Raymundo is Mexican and his wife is from the American South). A raucous tour through an alternative view on the American dream, this special is worth watching over and over again for the sheer laughs that it delivers every, single time.
As far as comedic timing and body language go, Raymundo is a well-versed master in knowing just what to say and just how to say it. From tone of voice to facial expression he can take a simple joke and sucker punch the audience with it. This is even true with jokes and topics that might feel somewhat stock for stand up comedians. Observations about children and how they say and do the darndest things, life growing up in America, the relationships between men and women (married and otherwise) and all the other witticisms should feel bland and trite. However, they're flavored in such a way that they still get a laugh.
What One Funny Hick-Spanic shows the audience is that, first and foremost, Alex Raymundo is a talented storyteller. Hilarious in his own right, he's also folksy and friendly enough that he can pull the watchers into a narrative that should be blase and boring, but isn't. Raymundo's performance makes it engaging, despite there being nothing but him and an empty stage as his back drop. If he can be entertaining with just that, then there's nothing he can't do as an entertainer and as a comedian.
While not his only stand up special, One Funny Hick-Spanic does set the tone for Raymundo's style and his content. Mostly wholesome with a lot of innuendo, he keeps the language to a minimum and the themes to a maximum. Additionally the cadence and rhythm of this special makes it a great watch, or even a listen, no matter what you're doing. Whether it's house work or home work, it's great for the occasional chuckle and a running commentary.
Orange Girl (2009)
The Orange Girl (Appelsinpiken) is a Norwegian movie released in February 2009. It is based on a book by author Jostein Gaarder; a book translated to 43 languages. In addition to the Norwegian production company Sandrew Metronome, the German company Tradewind Pictures and the Spanish Jaleo Films are also part of the project.
Mutant is a 1984 horror film. It was initially released to theaters as Night Shadows, but it premiered on video with the Mutant title, which it has retained for all subsequent CED, VHS, and DVD releases.
And Now for Something Completely Different (1971)
The first film version of classic sketches and memorable moments from the Monty Python gang's long-running television series, including Nudge Nudge, Hell's Grannies, Killer Cars, Dead Parrot, Lumberjack Song, Blackmail and Upper Class Twit of the Year.
A Good Marriage (1982)
Le Beau Mariage (The Good Marriage) is a 1982 French film directed by Éric Rohmer, starring Béatrice Romand, André Dussollier, Féodor Atkine. It is one of Rohmer's "comedies and proverbs" (comédies et proverbes). Its theme is a proverb from La Fontaine: "Quel esprit ne bat la campagne ? qui ne fait château en Espagne ?" (that is, "Who doesn't daydream? Who doesn't build castles in Spain").
Ludwig is a 1973 film directed by Italian director Luchino Visconti about the life and death of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Helmut Berger stars as Ludwig, Romy Schneider reprises her role as Empress Elisabeth of Austria (from the 1955 film Sissi and its two sequels).
The film was made in Munich and other parts of Bavaria at these locations: Roseninsel, Berg Castle, Lake Starnberg, Castle Herrenchiemsee, Castle Hohenschwangau, Linderhof Palace, Cuvilliés Theatre, Nymphenburg Palace, Ettal, Kaiservilla and Neuschwanstein Castle. Visconti suffered a stroke during filming.
Little Murders (1971)
Little Murders is a 1971 black comedy film starring Elliott Gould and Marcia Rodd, directed by Alan Arkin in his feature directorial debut. It is the story of a girl, Patsy (Rodd), who brings home her boyfriend, Alfred (Gould), to meet her severely dysfunctional family amidst a series of random shootings, garbage strikes and electrical outages ravaging their New York City neighborhood. The film originated as a play written by cartoonist Jules Feiffer which was staged on Broadway in 1967 but which lasted only seven performances. This failure was followed by a successful London production by the Royal Shakespeare Company, directed by Christopher Morahan at the Aldwych Theatre. It was then revived Off-Broadway in 1969 by Circle in the Square in New York City, directed by Arkin with a cast that included Linda Lavin, Vincent Gardenia, and Fred Willard. That production ran for 400 performances, and won Feiffer an Obie Award. Lavin won the 1969 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Performance. Gould bought the film rights and co-produced the movie with Jack Brodsky, who received the producer credit. When Feiffer adapted the play for film he added new scenes, including new characters such as the parents of the character of Alfred Chamberlain (played by John Randolph and Doris Roberts). The film opened to a lukewarm review by Roger Greenspan, and a more positive one by Vincent Canby in the New York Times. Roger Ebert's review in the Chicago Sun Times was more enthusiastic, saying, "One of the reasons it works, and is indeed a definitive reflection of America's darker moods, is that it breaks audiences down into isolated individuals, vulnerable and uncertain."
The Love Machine (1971)
Just a few short years after the movie version of Valley of the Dolls, another of Jacqueline Susann's colossal best-sellers was a capital-E Event when it came to the screen in 1971. In a twist on the usual scenario, John Phillip Law (Barbarella) stars as Robin Stone, the devilish (and devilishly handsome) TV news anchor who sleeps his way to the top of the network, and then gradually learns that getting there is a lot easier than staying there, especially when he, uh, starts watching other channels, if you catch our drift. The ultimate wallow in campy sleaze, this ultra-slick melodrama also stars Dyan Cannon, Robert Ryan, Jackie Cooper, David Hemmings, Shecky Greene, Sharon Farrell and many more (including Don Rickles and Susann herself in bit parts); Jack Haley, Jr. (That's Entertainment!) directs the adaptation by Samuel Taylor (Vertigo), while Dionne Warwicke contributes two songs to the soundtrack. Newly remastered.
The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970)
The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (Italian: L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo) is a 1970 Italian giallo film directed by Dario Argento, in his directorial debut. The film is considered a landmark in the Italian giallo genre. It is the first instalment in the Animal Trilogy, and was followed by The Cat o' Nine Tails (1971) and Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1972).
Written by Argento, the film is an uncredited adaptation of Fredric Brown's novel The Screaming Mimi, which had previously been made into a Hollywood film, Screaming Mimi (1958), directed by Gerd Oswald.
The film was nominated for an Edgar Allan Poe award for best motion picture in 1971. The film was originally cut by 20 seconds for its US release and received a 'GP' rating, though it was later re-classified as 'PG'. It has since been released in the US uncut. Upon its release the film was a huge box office hit, grossing 1,650,000,000 Italian lira (roughly about $1 million US), twice the production cost of $500,000. The film was also a success outside of Italy, gaining €1,366,884 admissions in Spain.
The Love God? (1969)
The Love God? is a 1969 Universal Pictures feature film starring Don Knotts and film was written and directed by Nat Hiken, who died after it was shot but before it was released in theaters. The film marks a change of pace for Knotts, who up to then, had appeared in G-rated family comedies. The Love God? was an attempt to integrate Knotts into the type of adult-related films that dominated the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The Red Circle (1970)
When French criminal Corey (Alain Delon) gets released from prison, he resolves to never return. He is quickly pulled back into the underworld, however, after a chance encounter with escaped murderer Vogel (Gian Maria Volonte). Along with former policeman and current alcoholic Jansen (Yves Montand), they plot an intricate jewel heist. All the while, quirky Police Commissioner Mattei (Bourvil), who was the one to lose custody of Vogel, is determined to find him.
The Luck of Ginger Coffey (1964)
The Luck of Ginger Coffey is a 1964 film directed by Irvin Kershner. It was filmed in Montreal by Crawley Films. It is based on the Governor General's Award-winning novel by Northern Irish-Canadian writer Brian Moore.
Co-stars Robert Shaw and Mary Ure were real-life husband and wife.
The Legend of Lobo (1962)
Lobo is an adorable wolf cub and follows his growth into a fearless and majestic leader of the pack. At odds with the local cattlemen, the price on Lobo's head grows, attracting an expert wolf hunter. As they go head to head, Lobo's amazing survival instincts and family devotion leave the hunter with nothing but respect.
I'm Always Here (2004)
Main Hoon Na is a 2004 Indian action comedy thriller film co-written and directed by Farah Khan in her directorial debut. The screenplay was written by Farah Khan and Abbas Tyrewala based on the story by Anvita Dutt Guptan. It stars Shah Rukh Khan, Sunil Shetty, Sushmita Sen, Zayed Khan and Amrita Rao in the main cast. It was remade into Tamil as Aegan starring Ajith Kumar, Nayantara, Pia Bajpai. The film is the story of Indian army Major Ram Prasad Sharma (Shah Rukh Khan) who becomes embroiled in the events to ensure that "Project Milap" - the releasing of civilian captives on either side of the borders of India and Pakistan - can take place as a sign of trust and peace between the two nations. Main Hoon Na is one of the most successful Indian films discussing the Indo-Pakistani conflict from a neutral point of view. The film was shot at St. Paul's school, Darjeeling. It is the first film of Shah Rukh Khan's production company Red Chillies Entertainment and choreographer Farah Khan's directorial debut film. It was released on 30 April 2004 and was declared a hit in India by Box Office India.
Masters Of The Universe (1987)
Planet Eternia and the Castle of Greyskull are under threat from the evil Skeletor who wants to take over the planet.
A group of freedom fighters, led by the heroic He-Man (Dolph Lundgren) are accidentally transported to Earth by a mysterious Cosmic Key which holds the power to make Skeletor all-powerful.
Once on Earth, He-Man joins alliances with two teenagers as they attempt to find the key and return home.
Miss You Already (2015)
Milly (Toni Collette) is the woman who has everything: a successful career, a rock-star husband, and two beautiful children. Her best friend is Jess (Drew Barrymore), who works in a community garden, lives in a boathouse with her boyfriend Jago, and desperately wants a baby. Friends since childhood, Jess and Milly can't remember a time when they didn't share everything - secrets, clothes, even boyfriends. Their differences act as the glue binding them together. That is, until Milly is hit with the life-changing news that she has breast cancer, and needs Jess's support more than ever. As Jess tries to balance her own life, as well as being there for Milly, it's only a matter of time before the pressure on their bond takes its toll.
Missing In Action (1984)
Martial arts master Chuck Norris mounts a one-man invasion to save his comrades imprisoned in the jungles of post-war Vietnam in this blistering, fast-paced action/adventure.
Land Ho! (2014)
Land Ho! is an American-Icelandic adventure comedy film co-written and co-directed by Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz. The film made its world premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 19, 2014. It also screened at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Nantucket Film Festival, Locarno International Film Festival, and BFI London Film Festival .
Sony Pictures Classics acquired worldwide distribution rights to the film after its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.
The film released on July 11, 2014, in New York City and Los Angeles before expanding wide in the United States. It won the John Cassavetes Award for Best Feature under $500,000 at the 2015 Independent Spirit Awards.
Laggies (released in the United Kingdom as Say When) is a 2014 American romantic comedy film directed by Lynn Shelton and written by Andrea Seigel. The film stars Keira Knightley, Chloë Grace Moretz, Sam Rockwell, Kaitlyn Dever, Jeff Garlin, Ellie Kemper, and Mark Webber. The film had its world premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 17, 2014.
Luckytown is a 2000 film starring Kirsten Dunst, James Caan and Vincent Kartheiser.
Looking For Richard (1996)
Looking for Richard is a 1996 documentary film directed by Al Pacino. The film is Pacino's directorial debut. It is both a performance of selected scenes of William Shakespeare's Richard III and a broader examination of Shakespeare's continuing role and relevance in popular culture. The film was featured at the Sundance Film Festival in January 1996 and it was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival.
Last Ounce Of Courage (2012)
Last Ounce of Courage is a 2012 American Christian Christmas drama film directed by Darrel Campbell and Kevin McAfee and starring Marshall R. Teague, Jennifer O'Neill, and Fred Williamson. It centers on the struggle of Bob Revere, a man dealing with what he feels is his freedom of religion under attack by the government of his community and an ACLU-like group.
Loving the Bad Man (2012)
Loving the Bad Man is about a young Christian woman who is brutally raped. Afterwards she finds out that a child has been conceived. She decides to keep the child, despite her conflicted emotions. In an effort to come to grips with her situation she goes into therapy, and eventually forms a bond with the man who raped her, who is now incarcerated.
The Giants (2011)
It’s summertime, and Zak and Seth find themselves dead broke and ditched by their absentee mother in the family's cottage. Just like every holiday, they've resigned themselves to another shitty summer. But things change when they meet local teenager Dany. Together, with their future at their fingertips, they begin the great and perilous journey of their lives. The Giants is a refreshing depiction of youth with an unusual offbeat and comedic dark sensibility.
Leroy & Stitch (2006)
Leroy & Stitch is a 2006 American animated science-fiction comedy television film produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. It is the third and final sequel film of the 2002 animated feature film Lilo & Stitch, and the television series finale to Lilo & Stitch: The Series. It also concluded the main continuity of the Lilo & Stitch franchise where Lilo Pelekai is a main character and Hawaii is the main setting. The film debuted on Disney Channel on June 23, 2006 and also aired on Toon Disney on June 26, 2006.
The Lucky Ones (2008)
After suffering an injury during a routine patrol, hardened sergeant T.K. Poole (Michael Peña) is granted a one-month leave to visit his fiance. But when an unexpected blackout cancels all flights out of New York, T.K. agrees to share a ride to Pittsburgh with two similarly stranded servicemen: Cheever (Tim Robbins), an older family man who longs to return to his wife in St. Louis, and Colee (Rachel McAdams), a naive private who's pinned her hopes on connecting with a dead fellow soldier's family. What begins as a short trip unexpectedly evolves into a longer journey. Forced to grapple with old relationships, broken hopes and a country divided over the war, T.K., Cheever and Colee discover that home is not quite what they remembered, and that the unlikely companionship they've found might be what matters the most.
The Longshot (1986)
The Longshot is a 1986 comedy film directed by Paul Bartel and starring Tim Conway.
The Littlest Angel (2011)
Based on the fifteenth best-selling children’s book of all time, The Littlest Angel tells the story of a young boy who arrives in heaven before his time. Home-sick and lonely, he will travel back to earth, with his friendly pup Halo, to retrieve a most selfless and precious gift for The Baby Jesus. Experience the love, laughter and magic of one of the most popular children’s stories of all time. From the classic book by Charles Tazewell comes the CGI animated film, The Littlest Angel.
Life In A Day (2011)
Life in a Day is a crowdsourced drama/documentary film comprising an arranged series of video clips selected from 80,000 clips submitted to the YouTube video sharing website, the clips showing respective occurrences from around the world on a single day, July 24, 2010.
The film is 94 minutes 53 seconds long and includes scenes selected from 4,500 hours of footage in 80,000 submissions from 192 nations. The completed film debuted at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2011 and the premiere was streamed live on YouTube. On October 31, 2011, YouTube announced that Life in a Day would be available for viewing on its website free of charge, and on DVD.
The Last Ride (2012)
The Last Ride is a 2011 American drama about the last days of country music pioneer and legend Hank Williams. The film stars Henry Thomas, Jesse James, and Fred Dalton Thompson, and received a limited release on October 21, 2011.
Despite the content, no songs by Williams are ever played during the film. The soundtrack is composed of covers of Williams' songs among other country musicians.
The Last Hard Men (1976)
The Last Hard Men is a 1976 prison break film directed by Andrew McLaglen, based on the book by Brian Garfield. It stars Charlton Heston and James Coburn. It would also feature a screen debut from Larry Wilcox, who would later star on the TV show CHiPs.
Love, Wedding, Marriage (2011)
Love, Wedding, Marriage is a 2011 American romantic comedy film directed by Dermot Mulroney and starring Mandy Moore, Kellan Lutz, James Brolin, Jane Seymour and Christopher Lloyd.
Land Raiders (1970)
Land Raiders is a 1969 American Western film directed by Nathan Juran. It stars Telly Savalas and George Maharis and was filmed in Spain and Hungary.
Lake Placid 2 (2007)
Lake Placid 2 is a 2007 American made-for-television comedy horror film directed by David Flores. It is a sequel to Lake Placid (1999) and the second installment in the Lake Placid series. The film premiered on April 28, 2007 on the Sci-Fi Channel and was released direct to video on January 29, 2008.
The Last Shot (2004)
The Last Shot is a 2004 comedy film starring Matthew Broderick, Alec Baldwin, Toni Collette, Tim Blake Nelson, Joan Cusack (uncredited), Tony Shalhoub, Buck Henry, Ray Liotta, Calista Flockhart and Ian Gomez. The movie is written and directed by Jeff Nathanson, who wrote Catch Me If You Can and The Terminal.
The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze (2001)
The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze is a 2001 direct-to-video animated adventure musical film and the eighth film in The Land Before Time series.
Last Night (1998)
What if there was no tomorrow? What if you knew the world was coming to an end? How – and with whom – would you spend your last hours on earth? These are the questions facing a number of very different individuals ahead of the millennium in this beautifully shot drama. Don McKellar plays an architect who plans to meet his maker alone, while others party, or pray, in groups.
A recently married couple make a suicide pact, but are caught apart and struggle to get back together. One man pursues final sexual conquests and a weak woman strives to gain courage. As the end of the world approaches, these strangers’ lives end up interacting. This critically acclaimed drama stars some of Canada’s finest film talents including Sandra Oh (Sideways), Sarah Polley (Splice), Geneviève Bujold (Anne of the Thousand Days), Roberta Maxwell (Brokeback Mountain), Robin Gammell (Bulworth), Callum Keith Rennie (Sci-Fi Channel’s Battlestar Galactica) and master director David Cronenberg.
The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra (2001)
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra is a 2001 independent film spoofing B-movies of the 1950s. It was videotaped on a budget of less than US$100,000, and converted to black-and-white film in post-production. Larry Blamire acted in and directed the film, wrote its screenplay and provided the voice of the Skeleton. Jennifer Blaire, who performs Animala, is Blamire's wife.
Love Stinks (1999)
Love is a many splintered thing, or so Seth Winnick ("3rd Rock from the Sun's" French Stewart) soonlearns when he gets involved with the beautiful Chelsea Turner (Bridgette Wilson). She seems like the perfect woman: sexy, fun and willing to please him any way she can. But Chelsea's biological clock is on overdrive and she aims to trap Seth into marriage. When their tumultuous relationship gets downright psychotic, it's clear that the pair will never walk down the aisle, or will they? The battle of the sexes that ensues will leave you guessing, but either way it'll be a fight to the finish. With hilarious over-the-top performances, including supermodel Tyra Banks and MTV's Bill Billamy as the couple's happily married friends, this un-romantic comedy makes Fatal Attraction seem like Bambi.
Land of the Free (1998)
Land of the Free is a 1998 film directed by Jerry Jameson and starring Jeff Speakman and William Shatner.
Larger Than Life (1996)
Larger Than Life is a 1996 American comedy film starring Bill Murray.
The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists (1996)
The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists is a 1996 direct-to-video animated adventure musical film directed by Roy Allen Smith. This is the fourth Land Before Time sequel directed by Smith, and the last sequel to feature any of the original voice cast. This also marked the first animated film that Award-winning cartoonist, Roque Ballesteros worked on.
Last Summer In The Hamptons (1995)
Last Summer in the Hamptons is a 1995 ensemble comedy-drama film directed by Henry Jaglom and released by Rainbow Releasing and Live Entertainment.
The plot revolves around a family of theatre actors, directors, and playwrights spending their last summer together at their matriarch's (Viveca Lindfors as Helena Mora) home in the Hamptons. The summer house, named Proskurov (after Jaglom's father), is being sold as the family can no longer afford to keep it. Proskurov has been the site of an intimate outdoor theatrical performance for many summers, and the family (and Helena's interns) are preparing the final details of the show when successful Hollywood actress Oona Hart (Victoria Foyt) arrives. The film explores the dark underbelly of the family (with metaphorical help from Anton Chekhov, Aeschylus, and Tennessee Williams) as Oona attempts to attach herself to them and their theatrical endeavors as she seeks to leave Hollywood and embark on a stage career.
Life With Mikey (1993)
Life with Mikey (also known as Give Me a Break) is a 1993 comedy film starring Michael J. Fox, Christina Vidal, Nathan Lane, Cyndi Lauper and David Krumholtz.
Royal Tramp (1992)
Royal Tramp is a 1992 Hong Kong film based on Louis Cha's novel The Deer and the Cauldron. The film was one of the five top grossing Hong Kong films in 1992. Stephen Chow, who played the protagonist Wai Siu-bo, also starred in the other four films. The film was followed by a sequel, Royal Tramp II, in the same year.
Listen To Me (1989)
Listen to Me is a 1989 American drama film written and directed by Douglas Day Stewart. Released on May 5, 1989, it stars Kirk Cameron, Jami Gertz, and Roy Scheider. The film was largely shot on location in Malibu, California, including the campus of Pepperdine University.
Lady In White (1988)
In this sleeper film which combines 1960s nostalgia with supernatural horror, an inquisitive 10-year-old boy is locked in his classroom closet. While there, he sees the ghost of one of ten children who've been molested and killed in the past ten years. He also sees (but not clearly) the murderer...who then begins pursuing him.
Light of Day (1987)
Light of Day is a 1987 American drama film starring Michael J. Fox, Gena Rowlands and Joan Jett. It was written and directed by Paul Schrader. The original music score was composed by Thomas Newman and the cinematography is by John Bailey.
Love and Bullets (1979)
Love and Bullets is a 1979 film directed by Stuart Rosenberg. Starring Charles Bronson, it is based on a screenplay by Wendell Mayes and John Melson.
The film was originally to have been directed by John Huston and advertisements were taken out in Variety to promote this fact. Huston apparently did film some scenes but walked off the set after disagreements with the producers. Veteran director Rosenberg stepped in on the troubled production. The resulting movie received almost-unanimously poor reviews.
Love At First Bite (1979)
After more than 700 years of 'one bite stands', the infamous Count Dracula finds his true love in a top New York fashion model. Dracula's hilarious adventures in New York take him from the Plaza Hotel to Harlem - from hot New York Discos to candlelit restaurants - all in pursuit of the girl of his dreams.
Love at First Sight (2008)
A clumsy woman (Mary Ann McDonald) falls in love with a man (Dan Aykroyd) blinded by a solar eclipse.
Lust for a Vampire (1971)
Lust For a Vampire (also known as Love for a Vampire or To Love a Vampire (the latter title was used on American television)) is a 1971 British Hammer Horror film directed by Jimmy Sangster, starring Yutte Stensgaard, Michael Johnston and Barbara Jefford. It was given an R rating in the United States for some violence, gore, strong adult content, and nudity. It is the second film in the so-called Karnstein Trilogy loosely based on the J. Sheridan Le Fanu novella Carmilla. It was preceded by The Vampire Lovers (1970) and followed by Twins of Evil (1971). The three films do not form a chronological development, but use the Karnstein family as the source of the vampiric threat and were somewhat daring for the time in explicitly depicting lesbian themes.
Production of Lust For a Vampire began not long after the release of The Vampire Lovers.
The film has a cult following although some Hammer Horror fans have accused it of being overly camp and silly. Its most noted scene shows Yutte Stensgaard drenched in blood and partially covered by blood-soaked rags, although the filmed scene is not as explicit as that shown in a promotional still.
Other notable actors in the film are Ralph Bates, Harvey Hall (who has a different role in each film of this series), David Healy and popular radio DJ Mike Raven as Count Karnstein. Karnstein's voice, however, is dubbed by an uncredited Valentine Dyall.
The Little Shop Of Horrors (1960)
Seymour Krelboin (Jonathan Haze) works in the Skid Row flower shop owned by Mr. Mushnik (Mel Welles). In his spare time, Seymour creates a new plant species he names Audrey Junior in honor of his girlfriend Audrey (Jackie Joseph). Audrey Junior begins speaking and demands to be fed human blood and flesh, convincing Seymour to kill a railroad detective, a sadistic dentist and a trollop. Seymour's guilt over the deaths forces him to confront Audrey Junior in a final confrontation.
She Beast (1966)
A tale of demonic reincarnation reminiscent of Mario Bava’s Black Sunday, Revenge of the Blood Beast (Il lago di Satana, aka The She Beast) stars Barbara Steele as Veronica, a British tourist who is stranded in a remote village with her husband Philip (Ian Ogilvy) while honeymooning in Transylvania.