Blue Desert (1991)

Blue Desert is a 1991 American psychological thriller film starring Courteney Cox and D. B. Sweeney, directed by Bradley Battersby. The original music score is composed by Joel Goldsmith. The filming locations were Inyokern, California and Red Rock Canyon State Park, Cantil, California.

Bye Bye Blues (1989)

Bye Bye Blues is a 1989 Canadian film. It was written and directed by Anne Wheeler and produced by Alberta Motion Picture Development Corporation with the assistance of Allarcom Limited.

The Boost (1988)

The Boost is a 1988 drama film directed by Harold Becker. It stars James Woods, Sean Young, John Kapelos, Steven Hill, June Chandler and Amanda Blake.

The Belly Of An Architect (1987)

The Belly of an Architect is a 1987 film drama written and directed by Peter Greenaway, featuring original music by Glenn Branca and Wim Mertens. Starring Brian Dennehy and Chloe Webb it was nominated for the Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) award at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.

Basic Training (1985)

Basic Training (a.k.a. Up the Military) is a 1985 sex comedy film by Andrew Sugerman. It is often considered to be one of the worst films of 1985.

The Big Snit (1985)

The Big Snit is a 1985 short-subject animated cartoon written and directed by Richard Condie and produced by the National Film Board of Canada.

Black Moon (1975)

Black Moon is a 1975 French-West German avant-garde film directed by Louis Malle and starring Cathryn Harrison, Joe Dallesandro, Therese Giehse, and Alexandra Stewart. Shown at the 1975 New York Film Festival, it was distributed in the United States by 20th Century Fox. Despite the film's location in France the film's dialogue is in English. The surreal mise en scene centers on Lily, a confused teenager (Cathryn Harrison) who witnesses a war between the sexes and finds herself involved in numerous dream-like situations at a country estate. An underlying subtext offers a commentary on the Women's Movement of the 1970s. The film is dedicated to Therese Giehse, who plays the character of The Old Lady, who died shortly after the end of the film. Malle himself has said about this film: "Opaque, sometimes clumsy, it is the most intimate of my films. I see it as a strange voyage to the limits of the medium, or maybe my own limits."

Bombay Talkie (1970)

An English novelist (Jennifer Kendal) has an affair with a movie actor (Shashi Kapoor) in India.

Street Knight (1993)

Street Knight is a 1993 American action film starring Jeff Speakman. It was the 2nd to last film released by Cannon Films.

To the Shores of Iwo Jima (1945)

To the Shores of Iwo Jima is a 1945 Kodachrome color short war film produced by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps. It documents the Battle of Iwo Jima, and was the first time that American audiences saw in color the footage of the famous flag raising on Iwo Jima.

Maxwell Street Blues (1981)

Chicago's legendary Maxwell Street was home to an open-air market that thrived for decades. It was there that the Chicago blues was born as African American street musicians, who had fled the rural South for the city, played regularly on the dirty corners, empty lots, and broken sidewalks. Together, they hammered out a hard-driving, electrified sound that influenced the world. MAXWELL STREET BLUES captures the tail end of the last great era of blues music on Maxwell Street. Blues artists like Arvella Gray, Jim Brewer, John Henry David, Coot Venson, Floyd Jones, and Carrie Robinson may look a little worse for the wear as they play among the rubble of Maxwell Street on their beat-up instruments, but their raw, hard-hitting, and gritty music defines the essence of the Windy City. New York gave birth to the smooth sounds of Tin Pan Alley, New Orleans struts its up-tempo jazz, and Nashville relaxes to the twang of country, but the Chicago blues will hit you where you live.

Shame (1968)

Shame (Swedish: Skammen) is a 1968 Swedish black-and-white film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman, and starring Liv Ullmann and Max von Sydow. The film explores shame, stress, jealousy, self-loathing and anxiety through a politically unaware couple attempting to flee a war-ravaged European nation. Parts of Shame would be addressed in characters' dreams in Bergman's later film The Passion of Anna.

Tom Thumb (1958)

Tom Thumb (stylised as tom thumb) is a 1958 fantasy-musical film directed by George Pal and released by MGM. The film, based on the fairy tale of the same name, is about a tiny man who manages to outwit two thieves determined to make a fortune from him. It starred Russ Tamblyn in the title role, with a largely British supporting cast (it was filmed in both Hollywood and London), including Bernard Miles and Jessie Matthews as Tom Thumb's adoptive parents, and comic actors Terry-Thomas and Peter Sellers as the villainous duo who try to exploit the tiny hero for profit. Director Pal worked with cinematographer Georges Périnal, animators Wah Chang and Gene Warren, art director Elliot Scott and special effects artist Tom Howard to create the animated and fantasy sequences. Peggy Lee wrote the songs, and Douglas Gamley and Ken Jones wrote the music. The film is referenced in The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962) and Pinkeltje (1978). The film is also featured in That's Dancing! (1985) The filming locations for the movie were in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA and London, England.

The Time Of Your Life (1948)

The Time of Your Life is a 1948 comedy drama film starring James Cagney adapted from the 1939 William Saroyan play of the same title. A Cagney Production, The Time of Your Life was produced by Cagney's brother William, adapted by Nathaniel Curtis, and directed by H. C. Potter. Cinematography was by James Wong Howe. The supporting cast features William Bendix, Jeanne Cagney, Wayne Morris, Broderick Crawford and Ward Bond.

Reckless (1984)

Rebellious football player Johnny falls for cheerleader Tracy. They come from opposite backgrounds; she's from a comfortable well off family, his is poor and broken. Tracy already has a boyfriend but he acts like a jerk, so Johnny has to win Tracy's heart - something she seems reluctant to let him do.

Raising the Wind (1961)

Raising the Wind is a 1961 British comedy film written by Bruce Montgomery and directed by Gerald Thomas. It starred James Robertson Justice, Leslie Phillips, Kenneth Williams, Liz Fraser, Eric Barker and Sid James. It is set in an elite music school. Raising the Wind uses a cast of actors drawn from the Carry On and Doctor films that were popular at the time, although it is not an official member of either series.

Bad Guy (1937)

Bad Guy is a 1937 American crime film directed by Edward L. Cahn and written by Earl Felton and Harry Ruskin. The film stars Bruce Cabot, Virginia Grey, Edward Norris, Jean Chatburn and Cliff Edwards. The film was released on August 27, 1937, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The Shaolin Temple (1982)

The Shaolin Temple is a 1982 Hong Kong–Chinese martial arts film directed by Chang Hsin Yen and starring Jet Li in his debut role along with Ding Lan and Yu Hai in supporting roles. The film is based on the Shaolin Monastery in China and depicts Shaolin Kung Fu. The film was among the first major co-productions between Hong Kong and mainland China and the first to be filmed in mainland China with a mostly mainland cast.

Gregory's Two Girls (1999)

Twenty years ago, Gregory was first unleashed on the world in Gregory's Girl. His unrequited passion for a football mad schoolgirl found some release in his mostly imaginary sex life. That was in 1979. This is 1999. Life, and love has changed for Gregory. Or has it? Gregory is now 35 and back at his old school, teaching English and preaching against political corruption and the abuse of Human Rights. When two of his pupils uncover evil practices at a local factory, they want teacher to help them expose the wrong-doer, who happens to be his old school friend. Gregory finds himself trapped between his idealism and breaking the law - and sandwiched between his two "girls", one a sexy young schoolgirl, the other a sexy full blooded woman...

Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead (2014)

Martin (Vegar Hoel) hasn’t had the best vacation. He accidentally killed his girlfriend with an axe. He cut his own arm off with a chainsaw. And his friends STILL got devoured by a battallion of Nazi Zombies. This morning, he woke up in a hospital bed with a new arm – but it’s a super-powered Zombie arm that wants to kill him, and anything else it can reach. Martin’s PISSED. And with the help of his new Zombie Squad pals (Martin Starr, Jocelyn DeBoer, Ingrid Haas), he’s gonna deliver some payback to Colonel Herzog and his precious Nazi gold – by raising an undead army of his own.

Pursuit (1935)

Pursuit is a 1935 American action film directed by Edwin L. Marin and written by Wells Root. The film stars Chester Morris, Sally Eilers, Scotty Beckett, Henry Travers, C. Henry Gordon and Dorothy Peterson. The film was released on August 9, 1935, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The Girl Downstairs (1938)

The Girl Downstairs is a 1938 American romantic comedy film directed by Norman Taurog and starring Franciska Gaal, Franchot Tone and Walter Connolly. It is a remake of the 1936 Austrian film Catherine the Last directed by Henry Koster, which had been a major hit for Gaal.

Lesser Prophets (1997)

The police track three New York City bookies and their dimwitted friend, who aids an abused woman and her son.

Private Violence (2014)

Private Violence is a 2014 American documentary film directed and produced by Cynthia Hill. The film focuses on the issue of domestic violence, as told through two survivors. Ultimately, the film centers on dispelling the logic of the commonly asked question: “Why didn’t she just leave?” Private Violence premiered in the U.S. Documentary Competition program at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 19, 2014, where it won the Candescent Award. The film was also shown at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, True/False Film Festival, Dallas International Film Festival, HotDocs Film Festival, and the Doxa Documentary Film Festival. It won the Kathleen Bryan Edwards Award for Human Rights at Full Frame and the Silver Heart Award at the Dallas International Film Festival. On July 16, 2015, the film was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the Outstanding Information Programing – Long Form category. HBO Documentary Films first broadcast Private Violence on October 20, 2014. HBO films and Women Make Movies are both distributors.

Four Mothers (1941)

Four Mothers is the 1941 drama film and sequel to Four Daughters (1938) and Four Wives (1939). The film stars Claude Rains, Jeffrey Lynn, May Robson and featuring the Lane Sisters: Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane and Lola Lane. It was directed by William Keighley and is based on the story "Sister Act" by Fannie Hurst. The film was released by Warner Bros. on January 4, 1941. The Lane sisters appeared in all three films, they also appeared together in the 1939 film Daughters Courageous.

Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952)

Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (also known as The Boys from Brooklyn) is a 1952 American comedy horror science fiction film directed by William Beaudine and starring horror veteran Bela Lugosi and nightclub comedians Duke Mitchell and Sammy Petrillo in roles approximating the then popular duo of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.

The Merry Frinks (1934)

Hattie (Aline MacMahon) lives with three generations of her family in a small apartment. No one appreciates her hard work and all she does to take care of them, so when a wealthy uncle leaves her a fortune, she abandons her ungrateful family.

The Wars of the Roses: A Bloody Crown (2009)

The captivating, true stories behind Britain's grisly civil wars.

Spendthrift (1936)

Spendthrift is a 1936 American Paramount Pictures romance film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Henry Fonda, Pat Paterson and Mary Brian.

Enamorada (1946)

Enamorada ("Enamoured") is a 1946 Mexican drama film directed by Emilio Fernández and starring María Félix and Pedro Armendáriz. The film was remade in 1950 as The Torch with Armendáriz repeating his role alongside Paulette Goddard who was credited as an associate producer on the film.

Barbaric Land (2013)

A found footage chronicle of Mussolini's invasion of Ethiopia.

Hidden Universe 3D (2013)

Hidden Universe 3D is a 2013 Australian documentary written and directed by Russell Scott. The film is narrated by Golden Globe winner Miranda Richardson and was released to IMAX 3D theaters in 2013.

Brothers of the West (1937)

Brothers of the West is a 1937 American film directed by Sam Katzman.

A Spell To Ward Off The Darkness (2013)

A Spell To Ward Off the Darkness is a 2013 experimental film directed by Ben Russell and Ben Rivers. It stars Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and follows him through three distinct environments: a commune in Estonia, a forest in Finland, and a black metal performance in Norway.

So Well Remembered (1947)

So Well Remembered is a 1947 British film starring John Mills, Martha Scott, and Trevor Howard. The film was based on the James Hilton novel of the same name and tells the story of a reformer and the woman he marries in a fictional Lancashire mill town. Hilton also narrated. The movie, shot on location in England, is faithful to the novel in many particulars, but the motivations of the main female character and the tone of the ending are considerably altered. The first screening was in Macclesfield's Majestic Theatre on August 9, 1947, after which the film disappeared. It was only discovered some 60 years later by Macc Lad Muttley (Tristan O'Neill) of The Macc Lads infamy in Tennessee, United States.

The Prophet's Game (2000)

A retired detective (Dennis Hopper) investigates a serial killer who murders those who cannot solve his riddles.

Raiders of the Border (1944)

Raiders of the Border is a 1944 American Western film directed by John P. McCarthy and written by Adele Buffington. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Craig Woods, Ellen Hall, Ray Bennett and Edmund Cobb. The film was released on January 31, 1944, by Monogram Pictures.

Sound Off (1952)

Sound Off is a 1952 comedy film featuring several songs, filmed in SuperCinecolor for Columbia Pictures and starring Mickey Rooney. The film was shot in August 1951. The film was the first of a three-picture contract between Rooney and producer Jonie Taps for Columbia where Rooney was paid $75,000 for each picture. It is also the first collaboration between Richard Quine, Blake Edwards and Dick Crockett. The same team next collaborated with Rooney in the Navy in All Ashore made the following year. The three worked together again on Rooney's television series The Mickey Rooney Show/Hey, Mulligan in 1954-55. Their final film in the Columbia contract was the black and white crime drama Drive a Crooked Road. The film's title comes from the military cadence by Willie Lee Duckworth that was a major 1951 chart hit for Vaughn Monroe.

Poison Pen (2014)

Poison Pen (2014) is an Irish comedy feature film based on a screenplay by author Eoin Colfer, directed by Steven Benedict, Lorna Fitzsimons and Jennifer Shortall.

Not Another Mistake (1989)

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Paa Joe & The Lion (2016)

Paa Joe dreams of returning to his glory days as a successful and acclaimed artist in Ghana's fantasy coffin trade.

Jack (2004)

Jack is a 2004 American drama TV film written by A. M. Homes and directed by Lee Rose. Adapted from Homes' 1990 novel of the same name, the film is about a boy whose life is torn apart because of his parents' divorce. The film stars Anton Yelchin, Stockard Channing, Ron Silver, Erich Anderson and Brent Spiner.

Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish Village (2016)

The position of the church in modern Ireland.


After an accident leaves him paralyzed, Mike Bauer designs a race car with adaptive controls.

Saving Marriage (2006)

Politicians, seasoned lobbyists and other citizens grapple with the issue of legalizing gay and lesbian marriages in Massachusetts.

The Gilded Cage (1955)

The Gilded Cage is a 1955 British crime film directed by John Gilling and starring Alex Nicol, Veronica Hurst and Clifford Evans. The film's title refers to a painting which features prominently in the story.

The Reckoning (2014)

The Reckoning is an Australian crime thriller feature film written and directed by John V. Soto, starring Luke Hemsworth, Viva Bianca, Jonathan LaPaglia, Hanna Mangan-Lawrence, and Alex Williams. The film premiered at the British Independent Film Festival on 10 May 2014 where it won Best Director and Best Music. The thriller opened in limited release in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth on 5 September 2014 following their Australian premiere at CinefestOz on 29 August 2014. The film was officially selected to screen in Cannes 15 May 2015 as part of the Antipodes collection for Cannes Cinephiles. The Reckoning was produced by Filmscope Entertainment's Deidre Kitcher. This is Filmscope Entertainment's third feature film following Needle and Crush. Lightning Entertainment is selling foreign rights. The Reckoning had its Australian TV Premiere on 7 December 2015 on Channel ONE (Network TEN).

Roshtalivik (2016)

A scientist chooses an ordinary web designer as a test subject and sends him into the future.

The Ape (2005)

The Ape is a 2005 American comedy film starring James Franco in his directorial debut. Franco also serves as a writer and executive producer.

Top Dog (2014)

Billy Evans, a local bad boy, gets in over his head when he joins a violent gang.

Never Say... Never! (2005)

Valentin (Jean Dujardin), a hedonistic youth, is interested only in wine, gambling and women of easy virtue. His uncle Van Buck (Grard Jugnot) is by no means opposed to debauchery, but still wishes Valentin would settle down with the titled but penniless Cecile (Mlanie Doutey). Valentin proposes a curious wager: He will attempt to seduce Cecile in the grossest possible manner, and if he succeeds, she is unworthy of his affection -- but if he fails, she deserves the pledge of his love.

La macchina ammazzacattivi (1952)

A man is given the power to smite evildoers from the earth by a demon, a power he quickly begins to use, and abuse.

Tombstone Canyon (1932)

Tombstone Canyon is a 1932 American film directed by Alan James.

Dans l'oeil du chat (2004)

A man learns surprising information while investigating the disappearance of his lover.

The Gift of Life (1982)

A gas-station owner's (Paul Le Mat) wife (Susan Dey) acts as a surrogate mother for a couple, then changes her mind.

Multiple SIDosis (1970)

Multiple Sidosis (styled Multiple SIDosis) is a 1970 short film in which a single performer creates an entire multi-part performance of the song "Nola". It is an example of a kind of one-man-band musical performance. Multiple SIDosis was written by, directed by and starred Sid Laverents. It features as many as twelve split-screen "copies" of Laverents playing various conventional and improvised instruments simultaneously. The separately-recorded performances of the various parts were overdubbed and visually composited to create the final piece. The overdubbing technique has been used before and since in professional recording studios, to allow a single performer to create an entire multi-instrument song. Digital technology has made the technique much easier for amateurs to employ today, but no such labour-saving devices were available to Laverents. In 2000, Multiple SIDosis was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

Outside the Law (1956)

A government agent's son wins respect and love when he challenges counterfeiters.

Wild at the Wheel (1970)

After a serious car accident, a traffic investigator tries to learn why a teen was speeding.

Favorites Of The Moon (1985)

Les Favoris de la lune (internationally released as Favorites of the Moon) is a 1984 French drama film written and directed by Otar Iosseliani.

The Yellow Mountain (1954)

The Yellow Mountain is a 1954 American Western film set in a gold strike town in an anonymous part of the United States.

Lying Eyes (1996)

Lying Eyes is a 1996 American made-for-television thriller film starring Cassidy Rae, Vincent Irizarry, Allison Smith and Jamie Rose. It was directed by Marina Sargenti. The film first aired on the National Broadcasting Company network on 9 December 1996.

Miracle (2013)

Ela, 15, has a love affair, which results in her being sent to a re-education center.

The Dragon Missile (1976)

Martial artists fight for a special elixir and a flying boomerang with blades.

The Story of Adele H (1975)

The Story of Adele H. (French: L'Histoire d'Adèle H.) is a 1975 French historical drama film directed by François Truffaut and starring Isabelle Adjani, Bruce Robinson, and Sylvia Marriott. Written by Truffaut, Jean Gruault, and Suzanne Schiffman, the film is about Adèle Hugo, the daughter of writer Victor Hugo, whose obsessive unrequited love for a military officer leads to her downfall. The story is based on Adèle Hugo's diaries. It was filmed on location in Guernsey, Barbados, and Senegal. 20-year-old Isabelle Adjani received much critical acclaim for her performance as Hugo, garnering an Academy Award nomination making her the youngest Best Actress nominee ever at the time. The Story of Adele H. also won the National Board of Review Award for Best Foreign Language Film, the French Syndicate of Cinema Critics Award for Best Film, and the Cartagena Film Festival Special Critics Award.

A Life of Her Own (1950)

A Life of Her Own is a 1950 American melodrama film directed by George Cukor. The screenplay by Isobel Lennart focuses on an aspiring model who leaves her small town in the Midwest to seek fame and fortune in New York City. The film was produced by Voldemar Vetluguin and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

The Matrimonial Bed (1930)

The Matrimonial Bed is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film produced and released by Warner Bros.. It was based on the French play by André Mouëzy-Éon and Yves Mirande. The English version of the play, by Sir Seymour Hicks, opened in New York on October 12, 1927 and had 13 performances.

The Witches (1967)

A film of five separate comedy to drama segments--directed by Visconti, Bolognini, Pasolini, Franco Rossi and de Sica. The international cast includes Clint Eastwood, Annie Girardot and Alberto Sordi, and features Silvana Mangano.

Fear In The Night (1947)

Fear in the Night is a 1947 American low budget black-and-white film noir mystery film directed by Maxwell Shane and starring Paul Kelly and DeForest Kelley (in his film debut). It is based on the Cornell Woolrich story "And So to Death" (retitled '"Nightmare" in 1943). Woolrich is credited under pen name William Irish. The film was remade by the same director in 1956 with the title Nightmare this time starring Edward G. Robinson playing the cop and Kevin McCarthy.

Mickey's Delayed Date (1947)

What could be better than falling asleep early in a comfortable easy chair with your faithful dog at your feet? Even though Mickey's evening started slow and lazy, things get moving in a hurry when Minnie calls from outside the big dance, wondering why he's late. Luckily, his best pal Pluto is happy to help wrangle the uncooperative evening wear and help get him out the door. But when Mickey forgets the tickets, it's Pluto to the rescue, and soon they're braving the hustle and bustle of city traffic to make it in time. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Donald's Golf Game (1938)

Donald Duck tries to exhibit his golfing ability to his nephews only to have them tease him with sneezes, noises and "trick" clubs. Finally, they put a grasshopper in a ball and it "jumps" all over. This program is presented as originally created. It may contain outdated cultural depictions.

Bert Rigby, You're A Fool (1989)

In this musical comedy, English miner Bert Rigby (Robert Lindsay) wants nothing more than to be a huge star like his idols Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. Finally, Bert journeys to Hollywood, Calif., to see if he can make his dreams come true. Fame doesn't come easily, however. He gets a job as the butler to a bigwig movie producer, Jim Shirley (Corbin Bernsen), and gets involved with Shirley's insatiable wife, Meredith (Anne Bancroft). But Bert needs to stay focused if he wants to make it.

Auzaar (1997)

Auzaar is a 1997 Indian Hindi action thriller film directed by Sohail Khan and written by Anwar Khan. The film starred Salman Khan Sanjay Kapoor and Shilpa Shetty. The film tells the story of two college friends who find themselves on the opposite side of the law when they reunite.

Nevada (1944)

Nevada is a 1944 western movie based on a Zane Grey novel and starring a 27-year-old Robert Mitchum, with Anne Jeffreys, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, and Richard Martin in supporting roles. The film was written by Norman Houston from Grey's popular novel and directed by Edward Killy. Mitchum is billed with "Introducing Bob Mitchum as Jim Lacy" at the film's beginning. although this was not Mitchum's first movie, it was his first lead role. Richard Martin also played sidekick "Chito Rafferty" in thirty other western movies (source: Internet Movie Database), most of which starred screen cowboy Tim Holt, who had joined the service during World War II when Nevada was produced. Martin played this same character set in different times, both contemporary and the Old West. This version is a remake of a 1927 movie starring Gary Cooper, Thelma Todd, and William Powell. This is the only time when Cooper and Mitchum played the same role in different versions of a story.

The Writing on the Wall (1996)

An agent uncovers questionable actions at NATO as he investigates a terrorist bombing at a British air base in Germany.

I'll Get By (1950)

I'll Get By is a 1950 Technicolor musical directed by Richard Sale, and starring June Haver, Gloria DeHaven and William Lundigan. This story follows themes explored in 1940's Tin Pan Alley, with updated characters and music. The plot revolves around songwriters and their struggles in the music industry.

Specters (1987)

Specters is a 1987 Italian horror film directed by Marcello Avallone.

Poppy (2009)

During World War I, two soldiers from New Zealand become trapped behind enemy lines. When they find an orphaned baby in a ditch, one of them wants to save it and the other does not.

Open Air (2007)

Two women attempt strive to find normalcy in their lives under the watchful eye of a sniper.

Strange Shadows in an Empty Room (1976)

Strange Shadows in an Empty Room is a 1976 film starring Stuart Whitman as a tough Dirty Harry type who sets out to discover his sister's killer.

Gun (1998)

After a home invasion, Roy buys a hand gun, and the power he feels leads him down a tragic path.