Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001)
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (also known as Crocodile Dundee III) is a 2001 Australian-American comedy film, directed by Simon Wincer and starring Paul Hogan. It is the sequel to the 1988 film Crocodile Dundee II and the 1986 film Crocodile Dundee and the third film of the series. Hogan and Linda Kozlowski reprise their roles as Michael "Crocodile" Dundee and Sue Charlton, respectively. The film was shot on location in Los Angeles and in Queensland. Actor Paul Hogan reported that the inspiration for the storyline came during a tour of Litomyšl, Czech Republic in 1993.
Bell Book and Candle (1958)
Meet Gillan Holroyd (Kim Novak), Greenwich Village's most seductive sorceress. Powerful, glamorous,and a wee bit bored, Gillian knows that witches can't fall in love. But they can have fun... especially if their lover belongs to another woman! So when Gillian discovers handsome new neighbor Shep Henderson (James Stewart) is the fiance of an old college nemesis (Janice Rule), she promptly puts the befuddled publisher under her spell. But while her sex hex may have heated up Shep's heart, it has also unthawed her own, leading to a romantic complication that not even Pyewacket, Gillian's mind-reading cat, could have foreseen. Presented in eye popping Technicolor transfer that beautifully captures James Wong Howe's stunning cinematography, BELL, BOOK and CANDLE co-starring Jack Lemmon, ErnieKovacs, Hermione Gingold and Elsa Lanchester is "a delightful spoof on witchcraft with the cast members at their very best." THE MOTION PICTURE GUIDE!
Bhoot is a 2003 Indian supernatural horror film directed by Ram Gopal Varma and stars Ajay Devgn and Urmila Matondkar in the lead roles. It was the second horror film made by Ram Gopal Verma after Raat. It was perceived to be different from a typical Hindi film as it did not contain songs. It was later dubbed in Telugu as 12 Va Anthasthu and remade in Tamil as Shock. The film was a box-office hit. Urmila won several accolades and awards for her performance as a ghost possessed wife. Verma made a sequel called Bhoot Returns which was released on 12 October 2012.
Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis Of Evil (2006)
Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil is a 2006 war film and the sequel to Behind Enemy Lines. The film was written and directed by James Dodson, starring Nicholas Gonzalez, Matt Bushell, Keith David, Bruce McGill, and Peter Coyote. Justifying its title, the film follows the first part, and was released direct-to-video on October 17, 2006.
The Big Empty (2003)
Acclaimed writer/director Jon Favreau stars as a struggling actor about to enter a weirdly comic twilight zone. After agreeing to deliver a mysterious suitcase to a remote desert truck stop in exchange for $25K, John Person (Favreau) finds himself trapped in a bizarre world of unusual characters. Is the whole town mad, or are they loony locals the only sane things about this strange parallel universe called THE BIG EMPTY?
The Barbarians (1987)
The Barbarians is a 1987 American-Italian sword and sorcery film directed by Ruggero Deodato and starring the Barbarian Brothers (Peter and David Paul), Richard Lynch and Eva La Rue. Peter and David Paul were nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award as Worst New Stars for this film.
Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius (2004)
His ability made him a star, but it was his passion that made him a legend. Robert "Bobby" Tyre Jones, Jr. (Jim Caviezel, The Passion of Christ) was perhaps the most naturally gifted golfer in the history of the game. Battling a disabling illness and a volcanic temper, Jones struggled through a succession of early defeats to reach the pinnacle of his sport - becoming, at age 28, the only man ever to win the coveted Grand Slam of golf. But it was his devotion to his wife Mary (Claire Forlani, Meet Joe Black) that led to the astounding announcement that shocked the world, in this inspirational true story of one of sport's greatest icons.
Adultery and an oil company's drilling threaten a couple's life and livelihood.
The Boys In The Band (1970)
The Boys in the Band is a 1970 American drama film directed by William Friedkin. The screenplay by Mart Crowley is based on his Off-Broadway play of the same title. It is among the first major American motion pictures to revolve around gay characters and is often cited as a milestone in the history of queer cinema.
The ensemble cast, all of whom also played the roles in the play's initial stage run in New York City, includes Kenneth Nelson as Michael, Peter White as Alan, Leonard Frey as Harold, Cliff Gorman as Emory, Frederick Combs as Donald, Laurence Luckinbill as Hank, Keith Prentice as Larry, Robert La Tourneaux as Cowboy, and Reuben Greene as Bernard. Model/actress Maud Adams has a brief cameo appearance as a fashion model in a photo shoot segment in the opening montage.
Bleach: Memories Of Nobody (2006)
Bleach: Memories of Nobody is the first animated film adaptation of the anime and manga series Bleach. Directed by Noriyuki Abe and written by Masashi Sogo, the film was first released in Japanese theaters on December 16, 2006. The DVD was released in Japan on September 5, 2007. To promote the film, the opening and closing credits for episodes 106 through 109 of the Bleach anime use footage from the film. The film's theme music is "Sen no Yoru o Koete" (千の夜をこえて, lit.: "Crossing over a Thousand Nights") by Aqua Timez. The film had a limited theatrical release in the United States from June 11 to June 12, 2008, and in Canada on October 20, 2008 and was followed by the DVD release on October 14, 2008. The film aired on September 5, 2009 on Adult Swim. Animax Asia became the first to air the movie in Asia, as they confirmed the premiere to be on May 2. The Blu-ray was released on May 7, 2012 in the United Kingdom.
Brass Target (1978)
Brass Target is a 1978 American post-World War II suspense film, based on the novel The Algonquin Project by Frederick Nolan, that was produced by Berle Adams & Arthur Lewis and directed by John Hough. It stars Sophia Loren, John Cassavetes, Robert Vaughn, George Kennedy, Patrick McGoohan, and Max von Sydow.
Brass Target revolves around the actual historical event of Gen. George S. Patton's German automobile crash that later proved fatal. The film suggests it was not an accident but a conspiracy.
Clambake is a 1967 American musical film directed by Arthur H. Nadel and starring Elvis Presley, Shelley Fabares, and Bill Bixby. Written for the screen by Arthur Browne Jr., the film is about the heir to an oil fortune who trades places with a water-ski instructor at a Florida hotel to see if girls will like him for himself, rather than his father's money. Clambake was the last of Presley's four films for United Artists. The movie reached number 15 on the national weekly box-office charts.
Client 9: The Rise And Fall Of Eliot Spitzer (2010)
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer is a documentary directed by Alex Gibney about former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer and the sex scandal that derailed his political career. It premiered at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival on April 24, 2010; on iTunes and Magnolia On Demand on October 1, 2010; and in movie theaters in limited release on November 5, 2010.
Gibney made the film with on-camera cooperation from Spitzer. The director also shared ideas and information with writer Peter Elkind, who wrote the book “Rough Justice: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer".
Barefoot In The Park (1967)
Robert Redford is Mister Straight. Jane Fonda is his new wife, who dedicates her life to the pursuit of fun. As the ecstasy of the honeymoon gives way to the reality of setting up housekeeping in a five-flight walk-up, the harmony of marriage turns to comical discord.
Broken Sky (2006)
Broken Sky (original Spanish title: El cielo dividido) is a 2006 Mexican drama film involving a love triangle between three young gay men. The film was directed and written by Julián Hernández.
Buster is a 1988 British romantic comedy-drama crime film based on characters and events from the Great Train Robbery (1963). It stars musician Phil Collins, Julie Walters, Larry Lamb and Sheila Hancock. The soundtrack featured two Phil Collins singles which topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
Charly (stylized as CHAЯLY) is a 1968 American film directed by Ralph Nelson. The drama stars Cliff Robertson (in an Academy Award-winning performance), Claire Bloom, Lilia Skala, Leon Janney and Dick Van Patten and tells the story of a intellectually disabled bakery worker who is the subject of an experiment to increase human intelligence. Stirling Silliphant adapted the movie from the novel Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes.
Cast a Giant Shadow (1966)
This fact-based drama chronicles Israel's heroic struggle for independence under the leadership of the country's first general (Kirk Douglas). Angie Dickinson, Frank Sinatra, Yul Brynner and John Wayne co-star.
Crazy Joe (1974)
Crazy Joe is a 1974 Italian drama film directed by Carlo Lizzani. It is based on the real life events of Joseph Gallo, a mobster member of the Colombo crime family. The film stars Peter Boyle in the title role, with Paula Prentiss, Fred Williamson, Rip Torn and Eli Wallach. The film is not related in any way to Joe, the 1970 hit film also starring Boyle as a character named Joe.
The Cavern (2005)
In this intensely terrifying horror film, eight explorers who discover a new cave system in Central Asia find themselves trapped and hunted by an unknown presence. When the group's two guides are mysteriously killed off, the members of the team find themselves caught in a fight for their lives as they desperately seek to escape the labyrinths of the cave. With two key members of the team dead, the explorers desperately try to escape and find that their way out has been inexplicably sealed shut. They're trapped inside and the only way to continue is to go deeper into the cave. Miles beneath the surface and surrounded by labyrinths of rock, sand, mud and water, they embark on a fight for their lives hunted by an unknown presence and threatened by divisions from within their own ranks. They charge at a breakneck pace to a frightening and thoroughly startling conclusion.
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001)
The Curse of the Jade Scorpion is a 2001 crime comedy film written, directed and starring Woody Allen. The cast also features Helen Hunt, Dan Aykroyd, Elizabeth Berkley, John Schuck, Wallace Shawn, David Ogden Stiers and Charlize Theron. The plot concerns an insurance investigator and an efficiency expert who are both hypnotized by a crooked hypnotist into stealing jewels. The film bears much more in common with Allen's earlier screwball comedy films than with other films made by him around the same time.
The Biscuit Eater (1972)
This classic film proves that nothing warms the heart like the story of a boy and his dog. Lonnie (Johnny Whitaker) and Text (George Spell) are two friends determined, against all odds, to turn a misfit hound into a hero. Tennessee farmer and dog trainer Harve McNeil (Earl Holliman) tells his son Lonnie that his dog, Moreover, is a good-for-nothing "biscuit eater." But Lonnie and Text won't give up on the outcast, determined to beat the odds in time to prove he has championship potential. Featuring valuable lessons about honesty, friendship and fair play -- your family will love this endearing story. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.
Beyond Sight: The Derek Rabelo Story (2014)
Despite his blindness, Brazilian teen Derek Rabelo decides to become a surfer and embarks on a grueling three-year training program.
Butcher Boys (2013)
A birthday celebration at a fancy restaurant leads to some friends' encounter with flesh-peddling cannibals.
Barricade is a 1950 American Technicolor Western film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by William Sackheim. The film stars Dane Clark, Raymond Massey, Ruth Roman, Robert Douglas, Morgan Farley and Walter Coy. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 18, 1950.
Battle for the Planet of the Apes (1973)
Battle for the Planet of the Apes is a 1973 science fiction film directed by J. Lee Thompson. It is the fifth and final entry in the original Planet of the Apes series produced by Arthur P. Jacobs, following Conquest of the Planet of the Apes. It stars Roddy McDowall, Claude Akins, Natalie Trundy, Severn Darden, Lew Ayres, Paul Williams and John Huston.
The 2014 sequel in the reboot series Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has a similar premise to Battle, but is not officially a remake.
A Beautiful Soul (2012)
A Beautiful Soul is a 2012 drama film directed by American director Jeffrey W. Byrd. The film was first released upon May 4, 2012 and stars Deitrick Haddon, Lesley-Ann Brandt, and Harry Lennix.
The Belstone Fox (1973)
Tag is an orphan fox cub, raised with a litter of fox hound puppies due to the kindness of Asher, a professional huntsman. Tag strikes up a friendship with a puppy, Merlin, and together they blissfully play until he is included in the hunting pack, the aim of the hunt being, of course, the fox. As the hunt advances, the friendships between all three characters are put to the test...
Big Fan (2009)
Paul Aufiero (Patton Oswalt), a parking-garage employee, is a huge fan of the New York Giants. He lives at home with his mother (Marcia Jean Kurtz) and spends much of his free time extolling the virtues of his favorite football team on sports radio. One night, Paul and his best friend, Sal (Kevin Corrigan), spy Giants linebacker Quantrell Bishop in their neighborhood and follow him to a strip club. Paul decides to approach his idol, but the encounter goes very badly.
Baron Blood (1972)
An American professor (Antonio Cantafora) travels to the estate of his ancestor, the sadistic Baron Otto von Kleist, seeking the truth beneath his notorious reputation. When he and his assistant Eva (Elke Sommer) read aloud an ancient incantation, the Baron's spirit is resurrected, leading to a series of violent deaths within the haunted castle.
Bringing Up Bobby (2011)
Bringing Up Bobby is a 2011 drama film written, directed and produced by Famke Janssen (marking her first directorial effort). Milla Jovovich stars as a European ex-con artist and single mother in the United States. The film received its market premiere at the 64th Cannes Film Festival.
Born And Bred (2011)
A new generation of young boxers fights for its place in Los Angeles.
Blue Like Jazz (2012)
Blue Like Jazz is a 2012 American comedy-drama film based on Donald Miller's semi-autobiographical book of the same name, directed by Steve Taylor. Miller, Taylor, and Ben Pearson co-wrote the screenplay. The film stars Marshall Allman, Claire Holt, and Tania Raymonde.
A Better Tomorrow (2010)
A Better Tomorrow (Hangul: 무적자; RR: Mujeokja; lit. "Invincible") is a 2010 South Korean contemporary gangster drama film, starring Joo Jin-mo, Song Seung-heon, Kim Kang-woo and Jo Han-sun. It is an official remake of the 1986 Hong Kong film A Better Tomorrow. It was directed by Song Hae-sung and produced by Fingerprint Pictures. John Woo, who directed the original 1986 version, acted as executive producer.
The film premiered as part of Special Events at the 67th Venice International Film Festival on September 2, 2010, where it was introduced by John Woo, as having "its own character and own soul, and many new elements." It was released in theaters on September 16, 2010.
Blind Side (1993)
Blind Side is an HBO made for television movie starring Rutger Hauer, Rebecca De Mornay, and Ron Silver, directed by New Zealander Geoff Murphy. Written by Stewart Lindh, Solomon Weingarten, and John Carlen. Story by Stewart Lindh and Solomon Weingarten. Filmed in 1992, the thriller debuted on HBO in January 1993, then it aired later on NBC in April 1993. It was released theatrically in a number of European countries, including France, Italy and Sweden.
Beneath The Dark (2010)
Beneath the Dark is an 2010 American mystery-thriller film directed by Chad Feehan, and starring Josh Stewart, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Chris Browning.
It was originally titled Wake and was inspired by the novel The Shining.
Blood On The Sun (1945)
Blood on the Sun is a 1945 American drama romantic thriller war film directed by Frank Lloyd starring James Cagney and Sylvia Sidney. The film is based on a fictional history behind the Tanaka Memorial document.
The film won the Academy Award for Best Art Direction for a Black & White (Wiard Ihnen, A. Roland Fields) film in 1945. A computer-colorized version of the film was created in 1993.
In 1973, the film entered the public domain in the USA due to the copyright claimants failure to renew the copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.
Thirst is an Australian desert drama written and directed by Robert Carter, and starring Victoria Haralabidou, Myles Pollard, Hanna Mangan-Lawrence and Tom Green. Thirst is about four individuals who become stranded in the desert with limited water, and are forced to make choices that challenge their ideas of themselves and what they truly need.
Babes In Toyland (1986)
A girl (Drew Barrymore) awakes in a magic world and joins a toy-master (Pat Morita) and storybook figures against an evildoer (Richard Mulligan).
Balls Of Fury (2007)
Watch the balls fly in this hilarious, action-packed comedy starring Christopher Walken (Hairspray) and George Lopez (The George Lopez Show)! When former professional table tennis phenomenon Randy Daytona (Dan Fogler) is recruited by FBI Agent Rodriguez (Lopez) for a mission in the unsanctioned, underground and utterly unhinged world of extreme table tennis, he's determined to bounce back to his former glory and smoke out his father's killer, the arch-fiend Feng (Walken). But with danger coming at him from every angle, will Randy be able to keep his eye on the balls? From the creators of Night at the Museum and Reno 911! comes the outrageous film critics are calling "a fast, furious comedy!" (Thelma Adams, US Weekly)
The Breed (2006)
Brothers John (Oliver Hudson) and Matt (Eric Lively) have inherited an island cabin from their recently deceased uncle. Along with Matt's girlfriend, Nicki (Michelle Rodriguez), and other mutual friends, the siblings travel to the cabin for a relaxing weekend getaway. But, not long after arriving, the group is besieged by ravenous dogs. They watch in horror as another vacationer, Luke (Nick Boraine), is eaten alive. Soon, they discover a training facility where the dogs have been bred to kill.
Bon Cop Bad Cop (2006)
Bon Cop, Bad Cop is a 2006 Canadian dark comedy-thriller buddy cop film about an Ontarian and a Quebecer police officer who reluctantly join forces. The dialogue is a mixture of English and French. The title is a translation word play on the phrase "Good cop/bad cop".
The Boys of Baraka (2005)
The Boys of Baraka is a 2005 documentary film produced and directed by filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. Twenty at-risk boys from Baltimore attend the seventh and eighth grades at a boarding school in Kenya. The documentary follows them in Kenya and in Baltimore, before and after attending the Baraka School in Kenya. It also mentions that 61% of African Americans in Baltimore do not graduate from high school.
It premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival in 2005 winning a Special Jury Prize. The film also won the Audience Award Best Feature Film at the 2005 Silverdocs Festival at the AFI Silver Theater in Silver Spring, Maryland. The film also won the Gold Hugo at The Chicago Film Festival, won the NAACP Image Award and was nominated for an Emmy.
Book Of Love (2004)
Book of Love is a 2004 film written and directed by Alan Brown. It stars Frances O'Connor, Simon Baker, and Gregory Smith.
Blessed is a 2004 British-Romanian horror film directed by Simon Fellows starring Heather Graham and James Purefoy.
Bionicle: Mask of Light (2003)
Bionicle: Mask of Light, stylized as BIONICLE: Mask of Light — The Movie, is a 2003 direct-to-video science fantasy action film based on the Bionicle toy series created by Lego. Set in a universe filled with bio-mechanical beings allied with classical element-themed tribes, the story follows two friends from the fire-based village of Ta-Koro on a quest to find the owner of the Mask of Light, a mystical artifact that can potentially defeat Makuta, an evil entity threatening the island. The story is based on the latter half of the toyline's 2002–2003 narrative.
The project was first proposed in 2001, during the original run of the Bionicle toyline. Lego contacted multiple writers for the project, including original Bionicle contributors Bob Thompson and Alastair Swinnerton, and Hollywood writers Henry Gilroy and Greg Weisman. Production began in 2002, taking approximately a year to complete. A major part of the graphical design was adjusting the characters so they could work in human-like ways while still resembling the original toys. The music was composed by Nathan Furst, who used orchestral and tribal elements to create the score. Voice casting was handled by Kris Zimmerman, and the voicework was done with the setting and mythos of Bionicle in mind.
Multiple studios were involved in the development and distribution of Mask of Light: it was co-produced by Lego and Create TV & Film, developed by Creative Capers Entertainment and CGCG, and post-production was handled 310 Studios and Hacienda Post. It was released in September 2003 on home video and DVD, distributed by Miramax Home Entertainment and Buena Vista Home Entertainment. Upon release, the film reached high positions in VHS and DVD charts, and received generally positive reviews from journalists. Following Mask of Light, further films based on Bionicle have been released.
The Body (2001)
To find the truth, he will risk his life and challenge his faith. In the cradle of faith that is Jerusalem, two seemingly mismatched people from different worlds and cultures, a Vatican-appointed Jesuit priest (Antonio Banderas) and an Israeli archaeologist (Olivia Williams) make a tenuous allianceto investigate a find that threatens the very foundations of Western religion. It also threatens toblow apart the region's fragile peace.
From director David Twohy and co-screenwriter Darren Aronofsky mixes the war movie and supernatural thriller genres. After they rescue a trio of survivors that includes a nurse, Claire Page, from a British hospital ship sunk by the Nazis, the crew of the American submarine U.S.S. Tiger Shark comes to believe that their vessel is haunted.
Bait 3D is an Australian-Singaporean 3D horror disaster film directed by Kimble Rendall based on the screenplay by John Kim and Russell Mulcahy. It featured Sharni Vinson, Phoebe Tonkin, Xavier Samuel, Julian McMahon, Cariba Heine, Alex Russell, Lincoln Lewis, Alice Parkinson, and Dan Wyllie. The film was released on 20 September 2012 in Australia.
The Fire That Burns (1997)
La Ville dont le prince est un enfant is a 1997 made-for-television film adapted from 1955 play by French dramatist Henry de Montherlant of the same title.
Bulworth is a 1998 American political comedy film co-written, co-produced, directed by, and starring Warren Beatty. It co-stars Halle Berry, Oliver Platt, Don Cheadle, Paul Sorvino, Jack Warden, and Isaiah Washington. The film follows the title character, California Senator Jay Billington Bulworth (Beatty), as he runs for re-election while trying to avoid a hired assassin.
Blown Away (1994)
After staging a particularly gory jailbreak, Irish Republican Army agent Ryan Gaerity (Tommy Lee Jones) makes his way to Boston and begins systematically picking off members of the police bomb squad. The leader of this team, Jimmy Dove (Jeff Bridges), is set to retire, but the recent spate of bombings lead him to stay on in an attempt to save as many of his men as possible. It isn't long before he discovers the culprit is his old colleague Gaerity, seeking revenge from their shared past.
Boxing Helena (1993)
A surgeon becomes obsessed with the seductive woman he once was in an affair with. Refusing to accept that she has moved on, he amputates her limbs and holds her captive in his mansion.
The Boys of St. Vincent (1992)
The Boys of St. Vincent is a 1992 Canadian television miniseries directed by John N. Smith for the National Film Board of Canada. It is a two-part docudrama based on real events that took place at the Mount Cashel Orphanage in St. John's, Newfoundland, one of a number of child sexual abuse scandals in the Roman Catholic Church.
The first film, The Boys of St. Vincent, covers the sexual and physical abuse of a number of orphans by Brothers headed by Brother Peter Lavin (Henry Czerny) and its cover-up. The second film, The Boys of St. Vincent: 15 Years Later, covers the trial of the Brothers and the dealing with the events 15 years before.
Brain Donors (1992)
Brain Donors (1992) is an American comedy movie released by Paramount Pictures, loosely based on the Marx Brothers comedies A Night at the Opera and A Day at the Races (the two films the Marx Brothers did after leaving Paramount). The film co-stars John Turturro, Mel Smith, and Bob Nelson in the approximations of the Groucho, Chico, and Harpo roles, with Nancy Marchand in the Margaret Dumont dowager role.
The project was filmed as Lame Ducks; however, when the film's producers (David and Jerry Zucker) left for another studio, Paramount scrapped the publicity campaign, changed the title, and withdrew the film after its initial screenings. Brain Donors attracted attention on the home video market, which has resulted in a cult following according to its screenwriter, Pat Proft.
Bullet in the Head (1990)
Bullet in the Head (simplified Chinese: 喋血街头; traditional Chinese: 喋血街頭) is a 1990 Hong Kong action film written, produced, edited and directed by John Woo, who played Police Inspector, and starring Tony Leung, Jacky Cheung, Waise Lee and Simon Yam.
The Ballad Of Little Jo (1993)
The Ballad of Little Jo is a 1993 American western film inspired by the true story of a society woman who tries to escape the stigma of bearing a child out of wedlock by going out to the West, and living disguised as a man. The film stars Suzy Amis, Bo Hopkins, Ian McKellen, David Chung, Heather Graham, Carrie Snodgress and Melissa Leo, and was written and directed by Maggie Greenwald. Roger Ebert described the film as depicting a culture in which "men of poor breeding lived and worked together in desperate poverty of mind and body, and were so enclosed inside their roles that they hardly knew each other at all." The Ballad of Little Jo was nominated for the 1994 Independent Spirit Award for best female lead (Amis) and best supporting male (Chung).
Benji the Hunted (1987)
Benji, the world's most popular canine actor, faces his toughest challenge in this extraordinary film. After a tragic sea accident, Benji is washed ashore in the rugged backwoods of North America, where he becomes the guardian to an orphaned litter of cougar cubs. Together, they dodge untold perils from man and beast in an amazing odyssey to reach safety. With breathtaking scenery, an exhilarating story and an endearing hero, Benji the Hunted is a story you and your family will never forget.
Bird is a 1988 American biographical film, produced and directed by Clint Eastwood of a screenplay written by Joel Oliansky. The film is a tribute to the life and music of jazz saxophonist Charlie "Bird" Parker. It is constructed as a montage of scenes from Parker's life, from his childhood in Kansas City, through his early death at the age of 34. The film moves back and forth through Parker's history, blending moments to find some truth to his life. Much of the movie revolves around his only grounding relationships with wife Chan Parker, Bebop pioneer trumpet player and band leader Dizzy Gillespie, and his influence (both musically and into the world of heroin addiction) on trumpet player Red Rodney.
Bellman and True (1989)
Bellman and True is a 1987 film written and directed by Richard Loncraine, starring Bernard Hill, Derek Newark, and Richard Hope.
Soar to new heights in this spellbinding movie starring Matthew Modine and Nicolas Cage. To escape an irrational world, Birdy (Modine), a Vietnam veteran, sits in an almost catatonic state in an Army hospital, where he has come to believe he is one of the feathered creatures of his boyhood dreams. In an effort to break Birdy's silence, his psychiatrist brings in Al Columbato (Cage), Birdy's loyal best friend of his youth. Al desperately tries to reach the disturbed Birdy and bring him back to reality. The answer may lie in their youth, where the eccentric Birdy first donned wings and the happy-go-lucky Al helped him to fly.
The Black Cat (1981)
The townspeople of a small English village begin to die in a series of horrible 'accidents,' and a Scotland Yard inspector arrives to investigate. But when suspicion falls on a mysterious local medium who records conversations with the dead, the grisly deaths take on a sinister twist. Is a deranged murderer on the loose, or is an even more shocking evil silently stalking the night? Patrick Magee (A CLOCKWORK ORANGE), David Warbeck (THE BEYOND), Mimsy Farmer (AUTOPSY) and Al Cliver (ZOMBIE) star in this atmospheric horror thriller directed by Lucio Fulci, now completely restored from original negative materials and presented in widescreen for the first time ever!
The Boogeyman (1982)
There are two children named Lacey and Willy who are punished for watching their mom spend time with her lover. The story of The Boogeyman starts off with Willy being gagged while Lacey tries to free him, and Willy stabs the man involved with their mother to death. Years later, Lacey is a married woman along with being the proud motther to her young son, living on a farm with her beloved aunt and uncle. Alongside Lacey is Willy who is also living with them,
Lacey begins to have reoccuring nightmares where she is helpless and threatened by an unseen entity holding knives in front of her, ready to kill her. Lacey's husband hears about her problems and he decides to take her to see a pyschiatrist to help put her mind at ease. Lacey then attempts to revisit the house where her mother's lover was killed. Lacey sees thereflection of the lover in the same mirror where he perished, but as soon as she takes another look, she sees three children in the home get killed off by an unspeakable force. Willy decides to come with her and starts to experience strange visions that cause him to almost strangle a small girl.
Lacey notices a broken mirror shard stuck to her son's shoe. As soon as it reflects into the light of the sun, Lacey notices a group of young teenagers mysteriously murdered. As soon as Lacey sees this happening, she fears that she might become the next victim to the slaughter. This broken mirror shard hovered over Lacey's eye, making her become possessed by the evil spirit belonging to her mother's lover. The family priest exorcises this restless spirit by using holy water, making it burst into flames. After this happens, Lacey and Willy are cured and they can finally put the past behind them once and for all, living a normal life.
Billy Jack Goes To Washington (1977)
Billy Jack Goes to Washington is a 1977 film starring Tom Laughlin, the fourth film in the Billy Jack series, and although the earlier films saw enormous success, this film did not. The film only had limited screenings upon its release and never saw a general theatrical release, but has since become widely available on DVD. The film is a loose remake of the 1939 Frank Capra film Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
Bone, also known as Beverly Hills Nightmare, Dial Rat for Terror and Housewife, is a 1972 American film directed by Larry Cohen.
Black Samson (1974)
Black Samson is a 1974 American blaxploitation film, starring Rockne Tarkington, William Smith and Connie Strickland. The film was written by Daniel B. Cady and Warren Hamilton Jr., directed by Charles Bail and released by Warner Bros.
The Bliss Of Mrs. Blossom (1968)
The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom is a 1968 British comedy film directed by Joseph McGrath. The screenplay by Alec Coppel and Denis Norden was adapted from a play by Coppel that was based on a short story by Josef Shaftel, who served as the film's producer.
The Ballad Of Cable Hogue (1970)
The Ballad of Cable Hogue is a 1970 Western film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Jason Robards, Stella Stevens and David Warner. Set in the Arizona desert during a period when the frontier was closing, the film follows three years in the life of a failed prospector. While unmistakably a Western, the movie is quite unconventional for the genre and for the director. It contains only a few brief scenes of violence and gunplay, relying more on a subtly crafted story that could better be characterized as comedic in nature.
With two hitmen on his trail, George goes on the run for his life. Along the way, he links up with the beautiful Maria. Little does he know that Maria's father is behind the murderous plot.
The Brides Of Dracula (1960)
For the characters from the novel, see Brides of Dracula.
The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 British horror film made by Hammer Film Productions. Directed by Terence Fisher, the film stars Peter Cushing, David Peel, Freda Jackson, Yvonne Monlaur, Andrée Melly, and Martita Hunt.The film is a sequel to Hammer's original Dracula (US: Horror of Dracula) (1958), though the vampires possess abilities denied to vampires in the previous film, much like those in the original novel. Alternative working titles were Dracula 2 and Disciple Of Dracula. Dracula does not appear in the film (Christopher Lee would reprise his role in the 1966 film Dracula: Prince of Darkness) and is mentioned only twice, once in the prologue, once by Van Helsing.
Shooting began for The Brides of Dracula on 16 January 1960 at Bray Studios. It premièred at the Odeon, Marble Arch on 6 July 1960. The film was distributed theatrically in 1960 on a double bill with The Leech Woman.
Boulevard is a 2014 American drama film directed by Dito Montiel and written by Douglas Soesbe. Starring Robin Williams who died four months before it came out, Kathy Baker, Roberto Aguire, Eleonore Hendricks, Giles Matthey and Bob Odenkirk, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 20, 2014. The film was released on July 10, 2015 in a limited release by Starz Digital.
Blow Out (1981)
Blow Out is a 1981 American thriller film written and directed by Brian De Palma. The film stars John Travolta as Jack Terry, a movie sound effects technician from Philadelphia who, while recording sounds for a low-budget slasher film, serendipitously captures audio evidence of an assassination involving a presidential hopeful. Nancy Allen stars as Sally Bedina, a young woman involved in the crime. The supporting cast includes John Lithgow and Dennis Franz. The film's tagline in advertisements was, "Murder has a sound all of its own".
The film is directly based on Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film Blow Up, replacing the medium of photography with the medium of audio recording. The concept of Blow Out came to De Palma while he was working on the thriller Dressed to Kill (1980). The film was shot in the late autumn and winter of 1980 in various Philadelphia locations on a relatively substantial budget of $18 million.
Blow Out opened to minuscule audience interest in 1981; however, it received a mostly positive critical reception. The lead performances by Travolta and Allen, the direction by DePalma and the visual style were cited as the strongest points of the film. Critics also recognised the stylistic and narrative connection to the work of Alfred Hitchcock, whom DePalma admires. Over the years since its initial theatrical release, it has developed status as a cult film and received a home media release by the Criterion Collection, a company who specialise in "important classic and contemporary film", which re-ignited public interest in the film.
Beyond Justice (1992)
Beyond Justice/Desert Law/Law of the Desert/Maktub, Law of the Desert is a 1992 Italian film directed by Duccio Tessari that was shot in Morocco. It was a feature film edited from the 300 minute 1989 Italian Canale 5 television miniseries Il principe del deserto.
The Brain (1962)
The Brain is a 1962 film directed by Freddie Francis, and starring Anne Heywood and Peter van Eyck. A UK-West German production (also released as "Ein Toter sucht seinen Mörder") The Brain differs from earlier film versions of the Curt Siodmak novel Donovan's Brain: in this remake, the dead man seeks his own murderer, through contact with the doctor keeping his brain alive.
Breaking At The Edge (2013)
Breaking at the Edge is a thriller/horror film. It was released in 2013. The film focuses on a woman who is pregnant. She believes there is a supernatural entity that is trying to harm her child. In order to protect her unborn child, the woman attempts to avenge the supernatural entity.
Billy The Kid Trapped (1942)
Stanton breaks Billy and his two friends Fuzzy and Jeff out of jail. He wants them free so three of his men can impersonate them for the robberies and murders he has planned.
Enter the thrilling world of b-boy culture where young men compete in the streets using a mix of martial arts and break dancing. Chocolate is a b-boy star on the fast track to stardom whose dreams are suddenly shattered by a horrific car accident. Forced to work for his father at the local factory, Chocolate finds solace by watching a mysterious beautiful surfer, Ally. Soon however, Ally gets mixed up with hotshot b-boy promoter, Pacman, and Chocolate must risk everything to save her. Experience high-flying action sequences of b-boys flipping, kicking, and defying gravity in this sweetly humorous dance-action award-winner.
The Ballad of Andy Crocker (1969)
The Ballad of Andy Crocker is a 1969 American made-for-television film produced by Thomas/Spelling Productions, which was first broadcast by ABC.
Count Yorga, Vampire (1970)
Count Yorga, Vampire (also known as The Loves Of Count Iorga, Vampire) is a 1970 American vampire horror film written and directed by Bob Kelljan and starring Robert Quarry, Roger Perry and Michael Murphy. It was followed by a sequel, The Return of Count Yorga.
Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar (1967)
Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar is a 1967 Walt Disney Productions adventure family film released by Buena Vista Distribution Company. It was filmed at the Weyerhauser Mill in Enumclaw, Washington.
Letters to Elena (2012)
A young boy in Mexico is adopted by the mailman. As part of their daily tasks they deliver, as well as read the mail to the locals, who are mostly illiterate. Letters entail ‘supposed’ success their love ones have in the United States.
Callie & Son (1981)
When her baby son is stolen from her, teenage mother Callie (Lindsay Wagner) swears that they will one be reunited. Years later, after marrying a wealthy man (Dabney Coleman), she finally succeeds at tracking him down. Now grown, her son Randy (Jameson Parker) is running for office. But when his marriage to a manipulative vixen (Michelle Pfeiffer) jeopardizes his political aspirations -- and the young woman suddenly ends up dead -- Callie must stand by and watch her son's murder trial.
A Case Of You (2013)
A Case of You is a 2013 American romantic comedy film that was featured at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The film was directed by Kat Coiro and produced by Justin Long, who wrote the script with his brother Christian and Keir O'Donnell, who also stars in the film.
Crossed Over (2002)
After her son dies in a hit-and-run accident, a woman (Diane Keaton) forms an unusual friendship with a convicted killer (Jennifer Jason Leigh) awaiting execution.
A Charlie Brown Valentine (2002)
A Charlie Brown Valentine is an animated television special, based on characters from the Charles M. Schulz comic strip Peanuts. It features the Peanuts characters during the week leading up to Valentine's Day.
Cemetery Junction (2010)
From the Emmy award winning team behind the hit series, "The Office", comes a hip, hilarious and heart breaking coming-of-age story, starring Ricky Gervais and Academy Award® nominees Ralph Fiennes and Emily Watson.
Novelist Richard McMurray (Campbell Scott), a college guest speaker, confesses that his wife has just kicked him out of their home. When Kristin (Izabella Miko) tells Richard that he can stay with her and fellow student Jacqueline (Lizzy Caplan), he starts living with them. Soon, Kristin, Jacqueline and Richard are involved in a three-way fling. The affair provides creative inspiration for Richard and aspiring writer Jacqueline, but the fraught nature of the relationship also leads to trouble.
CARNAGE is a razor-sharp, biting comedy centered on parental differences. After two boys duke it out on a playground, the parents of the "victim" invite the parents of the "bully" over to work out their issues. A polite discussion of childrearing soon escalates into verbal warfare, with all four parents revealing their true colors. None of them will escape the carnage.Directed by Roman Polanski (The Pianist), Carnage stars Academy Award®-winner Kate Winslet (Best Actress, The Reader, 2008) and Academy Award®-winner Christoph Waltz (Best Supporting Actor, Inglourious Basterds, 2009) as husband and wife Nancy and Alan Cowan, opposite Academy Award®-winner Jodie Foster (Best Actress, The Silence of the Lambs, 1991; Best Actress, The Accused, 1988) and Academy Award®-nominee John C. Reilly (Best Supporting Actor, Chicago, 2002) as Penelope and Michael Longstreet.
An institutionalized woman (Reiko Aylesworth) falls in love with a schizophrenic (Bruno Campos) after having a nervous breakdown.
The Courage to Love (2000)
The Courage to Love is a 2000 television history film starring Vanessa L. Williams, who was also the producer. The premiere was held 24 January 2000 on Lifetime. The film also stars Vanessa's children: Jillian Hervey, Melanie Hervey, Devin Hervey, and her brother Chris Williams. Filming began in August 1999 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and was scheduled to last two months.
English naturalist Charles Darwin struggles to find a balance between his revolutionary theories on evolution and the relationship with his religious wife, whose faith contradicts his work.
Constellation is a film that was released by Codeblack Entertainment and 20th Century Fox in 2007. It had its French premiere in Cannes, and in Britain premiered as a special screening at the American Embassy in London.
Chrysalis is a French science fiction film directed and co-written by Julien Leclercq and starring Albert Dupontel. The film was commercially released in France on 31 October 2007.
Color of the Cross (2006)
Color of the Cross is a 2006 religious film written by, directed by, and starring Jean-Claude La Marre.
The film is one of the few depictions of Christ as a black man, and portrays Jesus' persecution as the result of racism.
C.R.A.Z.Y. is a 2005 French-language Canadian film from Quebec. The film was directed and co-written (with François Boulay) by Jean-Marc Vallée. It tells the story of Zac, a young gay man dealing with homophobia while growing up with four brothers and a conservative father in Quebec during the 1960s and 1970s.
Corn is a 2004 drama-thriller starring Jena Malone about the dangers of genetically modified food.
Coast to Coast (1980)
Coast to Coast is a 1980 comedy film starring Dyan Cannon and Robert Blake, directed by Joseph Sargent. The screenplay was written by Stanley Weiser. The original score was composed by Charles Bernstein. The film was shot in Stockton, California. The film's tagline is: "Either way, love will win in the end."
Bruno, a sadistic criminal, wants clever con man Leo out of the way. Leo and his equally clever wife, Lily, are up to something. So too is Julius: he hires Leo to kill Gloria, Julius's wife. Leo does it, but then Julius shows up with the murder on tape, saying Gloria isn't his wife - it's blackmail. Leo's bookie, Troy, is also closing in, wanting to be paid. Bruno and Lily as well as Bruno and Julius have their own scams running, and Leo is their target. Maybe Leo can get Troy off his back, avoid Moose (Bruno's huge enforcer), send Gloria's corpse out of England, turn the tables on Bruno's murderous brother Caspar, and outfox Lily. Or is Lily his fox? It's a three-ring circus.
Children Of The Corn: Revelation (2001)
When a girl named Jamie repeatedly tries to contact her grandmother to no avail, she investigates by going to her apartment in Omaha Nebraska....only to find that it's been condemned and overtaken by possessed children! As she digs deeper, she discovers a dark secret about her grandmother & awakens a dark, demonic force that wants Jamie dead and will stop at nothing.
Central Station (1998)
Central Station (Portuguese: Central do Brasil) is a 1998 Brazilian–French drama film set in Brazil. It tells the story of a young boy's friendship with a jaded middle-aged woman. The film was adapted by João Emanuel Carneiro and Marcos Bernstein from a story by Walter Salles, who directed it. It features Fernanda Montenegro and Vinícius de Oliveira in the major roles. The film's title in Portuguese is the name of Rio de Janeiro's main railway station. Montenegro's performance earned her critical acclaim and an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination. The film itself was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.