Young bourgeois Nelly (Isabelle Huppert) is married to her boss Andr (Guy Marchand), whose domineering personality she finds suffocating. Sick of Andr's jealousy and possessiveness, Nelly has a fling with Loulou (Grard Depardieu), a petty crook. Soon she leaves her stunned husband and moves in with the street thug. Her social respectability deteriorates as she transitions from one world to another, discovering in the process that neither really offers any sort of lasting fulfillment.
Loose Shoes (1980)
"Skateboarders From Hell" and Jewish "Star Wars" highlight this parody of Hollywood's coming attractions.
Lucky Lady (1975)
Kibby Womack (Gene Hackman) and Walker Ellis (Burt Reynolds) are two best friends, riding high during Prohibition as the overseers of a major underground liquor distributor. When the men meet singer Claire (Liza Minnelli), who tells them she can get their product into hundreds of establishments, they go into business with her. Things hit a snag, though, when a love triangle develops between the three, complicating matters as they all try to stay one step ahead of the law.
Lies My Father Told Me (1975)
David (Jeffrey Lynas) is a young Jewish boy growing up in Montreal in the 1920s. His father, Harry (Len Birman), a self-consumed inventor who yearns for assimilation and acceptance, is not religious. His loving grandfather Zaida (Yossi Yadin) is devout, with his heart still back on the old continent. Every Sunday, as David and Zaida collect scrap metal in a horse and carriage, grandfather preaches Judaism to grandson. David must come to his own conclusions on his Jewish identity and faith.
Lt. Robin Crusoe U.S.N. (1966)
A Navy pilot (Dick Van Dyke) is marooned on an island with a headhunter's (Akim Tamiroff) daughter (Nancy Kwan) and outcast tribal women.
The Legend of Lobo (1962)
The Old West serves as the backdrop to this chronicle of the adventures and dangers faced in the lifetime of a wolf.
Two jetliners collide, and Bill Smith (Kris Kristofferson) is put in charge of investigating the accident. But something isn't adding up about the crash -- from the strange comments on the flight recorder to the unidentifiable object found in the wreckage. What Smith doesn't know is that time travelers have taken the ill-fated passengers to repopulate the future. To ensure their mission's success, they send a gorgeous operative, Louise (Cheryl Ladd), to the past to hamper Smith's work.
Madame Sousatzka (1988)
In London, eccentric piano instructor Madame Sousatzka (Shirley MacLaine) takes on a new prize protégé, Manek (Navin Chowdhry), a teenage Bengali immigrant who displays incredible talent. Manek forms a close bond with his teacher, but soon discovers that she expects her pupils to become disciplined in all areas of life, and not just behind the piano. As he struggles to meet the challenges, Manek must also deal with his mother (Shabana Azmi), who vies with his teacher for his attentions.
Million Dollar Mystery (1987)
Diner patrons scramble after a chili eater (Tom Bosley) dies uttering a clue to $4 million stashed in Arizona.
Night Shadows (1984)
Mutated creatures from a nearby chemical factory descend on the residents of a small town.
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1982)
New and classic sketches and songs by the British comedy troupe are performed at the Hollywood Bowl. Two short films from the 1972 special "Monty Python's Fliegender Zirkus" are also added. The series of sketches and songs parodies such mundane subjects as musical numbers, fairy tales, philosophers, conversations and masculinity. Performances include "The Last Supper," "Silly Olympics," "Bishop on the Landing," "The Lumberjack Song" and "Four Yorkshiremen."
The Man in the Glass Booth (1975)
A rich New York Jew (Maximilian Schell) is abducted and taken to Israel to stand trial as a Nazi war criminal.
The Master Touch (1972)
An ex-convict safecracker (Kirk Douglas) plans a big caper, with a trapeze artist (Giuliano Gemma) for diversion.
Monty Python's And Now for Something Completely Different (1971)
More than 40 skits, animated shorts and interludes are included in this big-screen incarnation of the popular British television program "Monty Python's Flying Circus." The narrator (John Cleese) guides the audience through absurd segments about such diverse subjects as cannibal babies, killer cats and dead parrots. Although the skits were originally produced for television, the film contains alternate versions that were remade without a studio audience.
North Shore (1987)
After learning how to surf by using the local wave tanks, Arizona resident Rick (Matt Adler) uses his winnings from a recent contest to fly to Hawaii and try to make a living for himself as a professional wave rider. He gets off to a rough start, as he finds riding the ocean a lot different than the simulated waves back home, but he soon finds a mentor in the aging surf guru Chandler (Gregory Harrison) and a friend in local girl Kiani (Nia Peeples).
Never Surrender (2009)
A champion athlete (Hector Echavarria) enters the brutal world of underground fighting.
The Return Of Count Yorga (1971)
A San Francisco orphanage becomes the site of strange disappearances when a vampire moves into the neighborhood.
The Right Way (2004)
The movie The Right Way follows Amy and David. Amy has a rough up bringing but David had a traditional family. They find companionship in each other. When Amy finds out she is pregnant both have to decide the course they want their life to take.
The R.M. (2003)
A Mormon missionary (Kirby Heyborne) returns home after two years and learns his girlfriend is engaged and his job is gone.
Upon receiving reports of missing persons at Fort Spencer, a remote Army outpost on the Western frontier, Capt. John Boyd (Guy Pearce) investigates. After arriving at his new post, Boyd and his regiment aid a wounded frontiersman, F.W. Colghoun (Robert Carlyle), who recounts a horrifying tale of a wagon train murdered by its supposed guide -- a vicious U.S. Army colonel gone rogue. Fearing the worst, the regiment heads out into the wilderness to verify Colghoun's gruesome claims.
Red Scorpion (1988)
Tattooed by a Bushman, a Soviet officer (Dolph Lundgren) leads an overthrow of Soviet/Cuban troops in Africa.
The Return Of Swamp Thing (1989)
A mad scientist's (Louis Jourdan) vegetarian stepdaughter (Heather Locklear) falls in love with one of his leafy failures.
Roller Boogie (1979)
Terry (Linda Blair), a classical musician, meets fast-talking roller skater Bobby James (Jim Bray) at Venice Beach, Calif. After initially ignoring Bobby, Terry warms to him when he saves her from a roller skating accident. The pair start skating together and decide to partner for a competition at the local roller rink. But, when they discover a shady plot to sell the rink to a crooked developer (Mark Goddard), Terry and Jim team up with their friends to stop the deal.
Return Of A Man Called Horse (1976)
In this sequel to "A Man Called Horse," Lord John Morgan (Richard Harris) returns to the American West after feeling out of place in England. When he finds his Sioux friends who adopted him as one of their own, Morgan learns that white fur-trappers are murdering the Sioux and forcing them from their ancestral lands. While the Sioux initially believe that divine intervention will save their tribe, Morgan convinces them that the only way to regain their land is to fight back.
An old-fashioned dance hall in the disco era, the venerable Roseland Ballroom is the setting for three interconnected stories about love and dance. Widow May (Teresa Wright) is transfixed by memories of her late husband until the brash Stan (Lou Jacobi) coaxes her back onto the dance floor. Cocky Russell (Christopher Walken) juggles three women's emotional and physical needs. Rosa (Lilia Skala) wants to win the annual dance contest despite the lack of skill shown by her partner (David Thomas).
Reunited with his high-school crush, an autistic man (Rhys Bevan-John) struggles to live with his condition and to form a hopeful future.
Rehearsal For Murder (1982)
Alex Dennison (Robert Preston) is a playwright engaged to actress Monica Welles (Lynn Redgrave). But on the opening night of her new Broadway play, she kills herself over some bad reviews. Thoroughly distraught, Alex can't believe she'd commit suicide and begins to suspect she was actually murdered. Under the pretext of having them read for his new play, Alex invites all of the suspicious parties to an empty theater and locks them in until the truth comes out.
The Recipe (2010)
A TV producer searches for the mysterious cook responsible for making a delicious stew.
Rich Kids (1979)
A boy (Jeremy Levy) and a girl (Trini Alvarado), both from New York's Upper West Side, work through her parents' divorce.
Rage Of Honor (1987)
An Arizona narcotics officer (Sh Kosugi) goes to Argentina with his girlfriend to track down a drug lord.
Tammy Pescatelli: Finding the Funny (2013)
Wife and mother Tammy Pescatelli, winner of Comedy Central's "Stand-up Showdown," lives the same life that you do -- except that she makes it seem hilarious in this spirited one-hour comedy special.
Sesame Street: Elmo Loves You! (2009)
Elmo is making a super special surprise card for someone Elmo really loves, but a gust of wind blows it away! Rosita joins Elmo to chase after the card but they can't reach it. Can Super Grover use his heroic powers to save the day? Join Elmo, Rosita and Grover as they learn about love, emotions and friendship in this love-ly tale featuring the new song "Elmo Loves You" and a special music video about signing "I Love You." There's lots of love on Sesame Street and remember, Elmo Loves You! Special celebrity appearances from Trisha Yearwood, John Legend and R.E.M.!
While coping with his alcoholic father, a New York City teen (PeterByrne) tries to rescue a girl (Melissa Duge) from her pimp (Michael Griffiths).
Texas Gun Fighter (1932)
(1932, Tiffany) Ken Maynard, Sheila Mannors, Harry Woods. Ken is an outlaw gang member who decides to go straight. He later becomes sheriff in a small town, but his old pals soon arrive and cause trouble. They want Ken to help them rob a vault filled with gold! Ken resists but is later blamed for the crime. It's a race against time as Ken tries to clear himself by catching the real crooks. Good fun. 16mm.
The Legend of the Sky Kingdom (2003)
Three orphans escape from an underground city's gold mines and go in search of a celestial kingdom.
Exiled to Shanghai (1937)
A newsreel man (Wallace Ford) has a plan to revolutionize television.
While researching a story about an interface that connects the brain to a virtual reality device, reporter Sara Lincoln struggles with the technology's social and moral implications as the lines between her ethics, the virtual world, and reality blur.
The Absent (2011)
A teacher's murderous twin tries to cover up his brother's affair with a student.
Attack of the Vegan Zombies! (2010)
A nosy neighbor discovers a winery uses undead workers and everyone tries to keep from being eaten.
Singer Dorothy (Dale Evans) decides to sell a Utah ranch she inherited long ago to finance a musical that could be her big break. Ranch hand Roy (Roy Rogers) deceives her into thinking a decrepit house is hers, though it's actually owned by his coworker, Gabby (George "Gabby" Hayes). As they fall for each other, Roy convinces Dorothy not to get rid of the ranch. But when she learns of Roy's trickery, an angry Dorothy sells the land to villainous Ben (Grant Withers).
Across the Sierras (1941)
Wild Bill Hickok (Bill Elliott) offends his betrothed (Luana Walters) when he shoots a bad guy on his trail.
The Ambushers (1967)
A secret agent (Dean Martin) saves a flying-saucer prototype and its pilot (Janice Rule) in the third of four Matt Helm movies.
Bienvenue parmi nous (2012)
A heartwarming story adapted from Eric Holder's novel, director Jean Becker takes a washed-up artist and a troubled teen on an exhilarating road trip through the beautiful landscapes of France's western seaboard...both looking for a reason to live and love life again.
Destruction Kings (2006)
Paranormal investigators (Chris Seaver, Casey Bowker) battle classic monsters.
The 7th Floor (2013)
Septimo is a 2014 suspense thriller. In this dark and mysterious film a couple discovers that their children are missing after running down the stairs from the family's seventh floor apartment. After questioning everyone who lives nearby, the couple struggles to understand how no one saw the children leave the building. It eventually becomes apparent that everyone has something to hide. When the couple begins to investigate on their own, they realize that any lead they get from a neighbor or friend is a dead end. There is a conspiracy going on around them, and to find the children they must solve the mystery.
Trouble in Paradise (1989)
A U.S. diplomat's widow (Raquel Welch) and a coarse Australian sailor (Jack Thompson) are marooned with something smugglers want.
Bling: Blood, Diamonds and Hip Hop (2007)
Musicians visit Sierra Leone to examine hip-hop's role in illegal diamond trading.
Table For Three (2009)
A jilted man (Brandon Routh) shares his apartment with a seemingly ideal couple (Jesse Bradford, Sophia Bush) who intrude on his life.
Cowboy Clint Barkley (Fess Parker) domesticates a wild horse, quickly forming a bond with "Smoky," but his hated brother joins the staff at the ranch owned by Julie Richards (Diana Hyland) and soon plans to use the horse as a means of paying a debt. Smoky escapes, and Clint searches in vain for the escaped animal. Clint joins the service during World War II, and when he gets back home he finds Smoky, sadly realizing that the horse has met with some bad fortune in his absence.
Atom Age Vampire (1960)
A reptilian professor (Albert Lupo) restores a scarred singer's (Susanne Loret) beauty with serum from the dead.
Hard Choices (1985)
Teenager Bobby (Gary McCleery) makes a fateful decision when he goes out for a drive with his older brothers. After they rob a store and kill a police officer, Bobby is captured and set to be tried as an adult for murder -- even though he claims he had no part in the crime. Social worker Laura (Margaret Klenck) believes Bobby and wants to help. But it becomes clear that the system will show no mercy, and, in order to save his life, Laura makes a fateful decision of her own.
Watchers Of The Sky (2014)
The life of Raphael Lemkin, the man who first used the term genocide.
Barney: Let's Go To The Farm (2005)
Let's Go To The Farm was originally filmed in 1994, capturing a year of life and work on Elgin Spring Farm in New Haven, Vermont, with the Bessette Family and Mac Parker. It immediately became a great favorite with kids and parents, alike -- thanks to its lively storytelling, beautiful cinematography, the easy humor and camaraderie between Mac and the Bessettes, engaging music, and intelligent content and pacing. A whole generation of Vermont children were nurtured by the daily ritual of watching Let's Go To The Farm, doing chores and kicking up their heels with Mac and the Bessettes -- while their hardworking parents got an hour to focus on their own tasks, knowing their kids were happily absorbed and in good hands. Let's Go To The Farm won top awards, including Best Children's Video 1995 Notable Award from the American Library Association; Parent's Choice Award Winner; Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award, and several more (see letsgotothefarm.com). It also garnered glowing reviews from the national press. Publisher's Weekly praised Let's Go To The Farm as "a superior live-action video that will have even the most jaded viewer riveted to the screen." Los Angeles Times wrote, "Farm takes top honors among several new offerings... Beautifully filmed, informative, and narrated with easy humor..." And the Washington Post: "Farm's carefully crafted child level script, camera work, tight editing, and soundtrack are PBS ready..." "Let's Go To The Farm is a winner." wrote Providence Journal-Bulletin. Even more impressive than these national honors, Let's Go To The Farm inspired such enthusiasm among its fans that hundreds of families made the pilgrimage to Elgin Spring Farm, to visit the Bessettes in person and "see how the milk is made" first hand. The Bessettes have welcomed visitors from all across the country, extending their warm Vermont hospitality to
Orientations: Chris Doyle - Stirred But Not Shaken (2001)
A documentary on the life and work of maverick cinematographer; Chris Doyle. This film showcases Doyle's work using footage from his films such as Gus Van Sant's remake of Psycho. The film contains fascinating shots of Hong Kong street life in the city that Doyle has come to love and call his home and draw upon in his work. It is an intimate look at Doyle and his art with contributions from Wong Kar Wai; the acclaimed Hong Kong film director ("In the Mood for Love"), and others who have worked alongside him.
It Happened In Brooklyn (1947)
After returning home from the war, soldier Danny Miller (Frank Sinatra) heads straight to his old stomping grounds in Brooklyn, N.Y. He's determined to attain success as a singer -- and help his friends reach their own dreams along the way. Danny moves in with old chum Nick Lombardi (Jimmy Durante) and falls head-over-heels in love with schoolteacher Anne Fielding (Kathryn Grayson). But will an upper-crust acquaintance (Peter Lawford) wreck his new romance?
UFO Chronicles: Alien Science and Spirituality (2013)
UFO Chronicles: Alien Science and Spirituality is the tale of Monsignor Corrado Balducci, who was the highest ranking member of the Catholic church to make a public statement about extraterrestrial life. Balducci is highly respected within the church holding such positions as the official Exorcist of Rome and for serving as a diplomat in Washington DC. In his talks he brings up the fact that the human race has been dealing with aliens while the official story has been that they do not exists. UFO Chronicles shows the work Bladucci has done to tell people the truth on this subject. From speeches to radio shows Bladucci tells everything he knows about this controversial topic.
John the apostle receives a vision of the Book of Revelations during his imprisonment on the island of Patmos.
Peninsula is a documentary about surfing in Italy, its history and its present state. It portrays italian surfing though the exploration of much of the italian coastline and describes the passion and dedication of the people that made and are still making what is the italian surf scene nowadays.
It is entirely shot in 35mm, 16mm and super8 film and contains exclusive and unseen archival footage provided by some of the italian surfing pioneers.
In the words of director and producer Luca Merli: ?Peninsula is the tale of a journey, that started more than two years ago, to discover and describe where surfing in Italy came from and what it?s like now?.
Behind the movie is creative couple Luca Merli and Matteo Ferrari, authors of Onde Nostre (Official Selection of ISFFA 2011, Honolulu Museum of Art 2012, San Diego Surf Film Festival 2012 and many more), with precious contributions by Giovanni ?Sbrokked? Barberis (camera & editing), Gabriele Minelli (music consultant) Luca Barcellona (lettering & graphics), Fabio Colombo (coloring), Pino Castellet (sound design) and Jack Jaselli, Erlend Oye and many other artists for the soundtrack
Remote Area Medical (2013)
The pioneers of no-cost health care clinics treat 2,000 patients over three days near Bristol, Tenn.
Two Plus Two (2012)
When the fun of double dating begins to grow old, Richard and Bettina share a dirty little secret with their friends Diego and Emilia. They live a double life as swingers and would love to share this practice with them. In this hilarious erotic comedy, two couples explore their sexual boundaries while juggling their everyday lives with kids and soccer practice.
Philosophy students badly underestimate the effects of some illegal drugs they took in an attempt to understand the mind-bending concepts of their course.
A detective is hired to locate a girl adopted 30 years earlier whose birth father wants to bequeath her his fortune.
Bill Morrison presents a compilation of film stock accompanied by an orchestral score.
W 3sixty5 (2015)
The first 365 days of The Whosoevers inception, a growing movement world wide.
A glimpse into the lives of a number of individuals (Shelly Shenoy, Mike DiGiacinto, Jzaneen Damji) in the time leading up to the events of 9/11.
The Alamut Ambush (1986)
Based on the novel by Anthony Price and originally aired in the UK as part of the "Chessgame" series, this British espionage thriller stars Terence Stamp as David Audley, former Oxford professor turned intelligence agent. In this follow-up to 'Deadly Recruits' and 'Cold War Killer', a senior official of the Foreign Office, Guy Llewellyn (John Rowe), has been the target of an assassination attempt...twice! He demands that Audley head the investigation, but is Llewellyn's confidence in the agent genuine, or is it an elaborate ruse for something more.
The Anonymous Heroes (1971)
Two men (David Chiang, Ti Lung) join forces with a revolutionary (Ku Feng) to steal a shipment of guns.
MetalHeads: The Good, the Bad, and the Evil (2008)
Metal has too long been misrepresented in movies. This tragi-comedy brings to light all you need to see! Warring: The term "politically correct" does NOT exist in a metalhead's dictionary. This movie contains no Ebonics or baggy pants. Not to be viewed by posers. Nudity, drugs, violence, and strong language are included. Emily Thomas stars. Extras include bloopers, skits, and sneak peeks.
The Veil (2005)
A small town is infected by a virus and a frantic cover up is taking place. Three days later, several special forces teams are sent in on a recognizance mission. Their objective - to measure the effect of the virus and locate survivors.
Barbary Pirate (1949)
An American major (Donald Woods) goes to Tripoli, where well-informed pirates have been raiding merchant ships.
A man with a criminal record plots to kidnap his boss' son after being threatened with the loss of his job.
The Abominable Crime (2013)
Two gay Jamaicans flee from their homes in the face of violent homophobia.
Strange Fits Of Passion (1999)
A woman (Michela Noonan) skeptical of love and romance receives comfort from her gay housemate (Mitchell Butel) as she sets out to lose her virginity.
Band Of Angels (1957)
The Civil War separates a New Orleans gentleman (Clark Gable) from his mistress (Yvonne De Carlo) and a slave (Sidney Poitier).
GlobalGirl Media Network Presents: A short film set in Barcelona about a woman who is unable to listen to herself.
Preacher Man Bob has to right the universal karma after Brian kills his butt-cleavaged roommate.
I Can't Marry You (2004)
The "I Can't Marry You" documentary; narrated by Betty DeGeneres and featuring Zach Wahls; author of "My Two Moms;" explores same-sex marriage issues through the personal experiences of twenty gay and lesbian couples who have been in long-term relationships of 10-55+ years.
Little Miss Broadway (1938)
Parentless Betsy Brown (Shirley Temple) escapes orphanage life with the help of her uncle "Pop" Shea (Edward Ellis) and goes to live with him at the Hotel Variety, a boarding house he runs for performers. Betsy fits right in with the zany tenants, but the landlady, Sarah Wendling (Edna May Oliver), who lives just next door, wants to evict her noisy neighbors. When Betsy is then sent back to the orphanage, Sarah's nephew Roger (George Murphy) concocts a plan to rescue Betsy and the hotel.
Act One (1963)
Playwright Moss Hart (George Hamilton) becomes famous on Broadway with his collaborator George S. Kaufman (Jason Robards).
Time Lock (1957)
Officials, the media and helpless parents (Betty McDowall, Lee Patterson) watch an expert (Robert Beatty) try to free a boy from a Canadian bank vault.
Lorna (Olivia Chappell) goes into a coma after an accident, and her overprotective brother John (Phillip James) journeys into her dreamscape to bring her back from the brink of death.
Michael (Peter Cilella) ties up his best friend, Chris (Vinny Curran), in a remote cabin to get him sober.
Alphonso Bow (2010)
Men loudly discuss inappropriate topics such as sex, Hitler and an injured dog in a restaurant.
The Shepherd: Border Patrol (2008)
A border-patrol agent (Jean-Claude Van Damme) must stop renegade Special Forces soldiers from smuggling heroin into the United States.
The Swan Princess III (1998)
The spirited animals of Swan Lake help their prince and princess save the kingdom from a sinister sorceress.
Sophie decides to trade apartments for a holiday with someone from Paris. The morning after her arrival, the police come and find a beheaded body in a locked part of the house.
Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (1989)
A scientist (Richard Beymer) links a psychic blind girl (Samantha Scully) to killer Ricky's (Bill Moseley) brain, mounted on top of his head.
Stepfather 2: Make Room for Daddy (1989)
After cheating death by surviving being both stabbed and shot, psychotic killer Jerry (Terry O'Quinn) is placed in a mental institution, but he soon murders his doctor and escapes. Taking on a dead man's identity, he moves to an upscale neighborhood in Los Angeles and sets his sights on local woman Carol (Meg Foster), slowly winning her heart. Carol's son, Todd (Jonathan Brandis), grows suspicious of his mom's new lover, however, and tensions reach the boiling point at the couple's wedding.
A working-class woman (Bette Midler) raises her out-of-wedlock daughter (Trini Alvarado) alone, then lets her go to her rich father.
A Sydney teen (Jo Kennedy) tries to make it as a rock singer, with help from her odd 14-year-old cousin (Ross O'Donovan).
The Seduction (1982)
A TV newswoman (Morgan Fairchild) is stalked by a fan (Andrew Stevens) with a camera who wants more than just her picture.
Smash Palace (1981)
Al Shaw (Bruno Lawrence) retires from auto racing to take over his father's garage in rural New Zealand. His cosmopolitan wife, Jacqui (Anna Jemison), is happy that he's no longer risking his life on the Grand Prix circuit, but she quickly becomes bored in their small town. She takes up with a local policeman and announces that she's leaving Al and bringing their daughter, Georgie (Greer Robson), with her. Al, in desperation, decides to kidnap Georgie and head further out into the frontier.
Say Hello To Yesterday (1971)
After a quarrel with her husband, an unnamed woman (Jean Simmons) heads to London on the train for a shopping trip. In her compartment, en route, a much younger man (Leonard Whiting) approaches her and tries to strike up a conversation, from which she escapes. But the man remains close behind, following the woman to a department store and then to her mother's apartment. The man offers her the alluring possibility of an affair, despite their many differences.
Scandalous John (1971)
An elderly Old West rancher (Brian Keith) fights, rather than give up his land to a developer.
Four Robbers (1987)
A ruthless gang of criminals stays one step ahead of the law.
L'événement le plus important depuis que l'homme a marché sur la lune (1973)
Told he is pregnant, an Italian (Marcello Mastroianni) with a wife (Catherine Deneuve) and child becomes famous and starts a fad.
Trapped in a generational curse, a young woman cannot marry her lover, who intends to put an end to the affliction.
The Set Up (1995)
Charlie Thorpe (Billy Zane) is a brilliant security expert and convicted burglar. After being released from prison, Charlie resolves to turn his life around and takes a straight job designing the security for a newly renovated bank. However, his old criminal life catches up with him when his former prison mate, Kliff (James Russo), kidnaps his new girlfriend, Gina (Mia Sara). Charlie is left with few options when Kliff blackmails him into breaking into the bank.
The Secret to a Happy Ending (2010)
Three years in the career of rock group Drive-By Truckers.
Two exorcists remove the skeletons from people's cupboards revealing embarassing secrets.