A father and son retrace the 1,000 mile journey of the Marquette/Joliet group from the top of Michigan to the Mississippi at St. Louis.
Frankie And Johnny (1966)
Habitual gambler and musician Johnny (Elvis Presley) performs at a riverboat casino on the Mississippi River, along with his girlfriend, Frankie (Donna Douglas). A rash of bad luck leads Johnny to a fortuneteller, who informs him of a redheaded good luck charm. Enter Nellie Bly (Nancy Kovack), the lover of Johnny's boss, whose presence coincides with a change in Johnny's luck. But Frankie grows jealous of Johnny's new acquaintance, and the conflict comes to a head during a masquerade ball.
An aspiring rapper (Kel Mitchell) seeks revenge when a pop singer (Bombay) steals his song.
Ginger Snaps 2 (2004)
This is a horror film that centers on the story of a young girl who is committed to a hospital after being injured by a werewolf that has been stalking her. She begins to feel changes in her body including the desire to commit murder and eat human flesh. These inclinations become stronger as her transition from human into beast. At one point her sister tries to sneak into the hospital to give her treatment for this peculiar condition, though it only works temporarily. Eventually she confronts her stalker werewolf.
The Gospel Road (1973)
Johnny Cash narrates a Holy Land tour, with a dramatized life of Jesus (Robert Elfstrom), set to country music.
The Grateful Dead (1977)
Jerry Garcia directs this concert film of highlights from the five-night run at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom that capped off the Grateful Dead's 1974 tour. The film is distinguished among concert films for its unusual focus on the band's fans and their often extreme commitment to the Deadhead lifestyle. The documentary also features interviews with band members, including Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, and includes a short but lively recap of the group's history.
Green Slime, the (1968)
Two space-station astronauts (Robert Horton, Richard Jaeckel) destroy an asteroid, then face monsters formed from viscous cells.
The Gatling Gun (1971)
Fictional account of the development of the Gatling gun and the impact it had on the Western frontier.
Soldiers search for an AWOL member (James Barnes) of the unit.
The Gundown (2011)
Cole Brandt (Andrew W. Walker) faces one last bloody showdown in a lawless town to protect a saloon and a beautiful woman.
Girl On A Bridge (1999)
One chilly night, on a Paris bridge, a girl leans out over the Seine with tears in her eyes, contemplating the icy waters below. Suddenly, a stranger with a penetrating gaze emerges out of the darkness, a man who will change her life. It is Gabor, a once brilliant but now fading performer in need of a partner. He has set his sights on this luckless but oddly alluring Adele, a girl with nowhere to go who is shifting nervously on the edge of a decision.
When his mother's (Shiho Fujimura) untimely death quickly follows his father's (Yasutaka Tsutsui), Dr. Yukio Daitokuji (Masahiro Motoki) thinks a killer is targeting him and his amnesiac wife, Rin (Ry). Soon, Yukio is assaulted by Sutekichi (also Motoki), a twin Yukio never knew existed because their parents abandoned him. He tosses Yukio down a well and has an encounter with Rin that eventually reveals her forgotten past, but Yukio escapes to battle Sutekichi.
Julia and Julia (1987)
A travel agent (Kathleen Turner) drives into another dimension and finds her dead husband (Gabriel Byrne), her son and a secret lover (Sting).
Los Angeles radio station QSKY tops the ratings charts by playing the best music with little advertising. When the corporate higher-ups push for more commercials, radio station manager Jeff Dugan (Michael Brandon) refuses to comply, which sends sales manager Regis Lamar (Tom Tarpey) running to the bosses. Dugan quits in defiance, but his loyal disc jockeys -- including Mother (Eileen Brennan), Eric Swan (Martin Mull) and the Prince of Darkness (Cleavon Little) -- protest with a lock-in.
Fists of Legend (2013)
Three old friends and rivals are invited to take part in a hit TV show in which past-their-prime fighters do battle for redemption and ratings gold.
Fast Forward (1985)
Dreaming of making it big, a group of high-school students from Ohio treks to New York City to become dancers. They include Matt (John Scott Clough), Michael (Don Franklin) and June (Tamara Mark), and they arrive in the big city unaware of the upcoming challenges. First, they find out that their dance routines are terribly dated. Then, they meet numerous locals who don't like out-of-towners trying to impinge on their turf. The kids prepare for a dance competition that will settle it all.
Friday The 13Th, Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
Mass murderer Jason Voorhees (Kane Hodder) is resurrected from the bottom of Crystal Lake. After he kills a passing boat's occupants, he stows away on a cruise ship filled with a high-school graduating class bound for New York City. Biology teacher Charles McCulloch (Peter Mark Richman) is on board with his niece, Rennie (Jensen Daggett), who has visions of Jason drowning as a child. They escape his bloody shipboard rampage, but, when Rennie and Charles reach Manhattan, Jason is close by.
Johnny Kovak (Sylvester Stallone) works in a warehouse and grows tired of the unfair policies in place, leading him to start a riot. Though Kovak is fired, his spirit wins him the admiration of others, and he becomes a new recruit for a labor union known as the Federation of Interstate Truckers. As the union becomes more powerful, Kovak's influence grows and eventually his ambitions result in a partnership with the mob. However, as Kovak deepens his criminal ties, his life grows more dangerous.
French Connection II (1975)
This sequel to William Friedkin's 1971 crime drama finds Detective "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) still hot on the trail of slippery drug trafficker Charnier (Fernando Rey), but this time in Marseilles, France. Uprooted from his familiar New York City beat, Doyle struggles to assert himself in a strange city and break the drug ring wide open. When Charnier's goons force him into a heroin addiction, the tough cop must summon every ounce of his courage to kick the habit cold turkey.
Francis Of Assisi (1961)
In 13th century Italy, Francis Bernardone (Bradford Dillman) is born to a father with business connections but renounces his claim on his family's wealth after hearing the voice of God. Although he encounters some resistance from those who doubt his motives, his selfless deeds make him one of the Catholic Church's most revered figures, and he is eventually canonized. Along the way, his example inspires pious acolyte Clare (Dolores Hart) to enter a nunnery.
Fire From Below (2009)
An arrogant mining mogul unleashes a natural disaster when he orders his team of drillers to bore into a remote cave. They strike a giant vein of lithium, which will explode if it gets wet. Not realizing the danger they are in, they continue working. Tragedy strikes, and flames spew in every direction, putting the nearby town in danger. It's up to intrepid seismologist Jake Denning (Kevin Sorbo) to stop the catastrophe before everyone gets turned into barbeque.
Famous in 31 Days (2010)
John Gerard quits his job and travels across the country to become nationally recognized.
During a routine prison work detail, convict Piper (Laurence Fishburne) is chained to Dodge (Stephen Baldwin), a cyberhacker, when gunfire breaks out. Apparently, the attack is related to stolen money that the Mafia is after, and some computer files that somebody wants desperately to bury. The pair, who don't exactly enjoy each other's company, escape and must work together if they are to reach Atlanta alive. Luckily, they meet a woman (Salma Hayek) who may be willing to help them.
Fools of Fortune (1990)
The Sinn Fein rebellion destroys a family and divides two young lovers (Iain Glen, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) in Ireland after World War I.
Freddie The Frog (1992)
A frog prince becomes a French secret agent and saves England.
Mad Harold searches a hospital to find the patient (Barbi Benton) who refused to be his valentine 19 years before.
The Hit (1984)
Hit men (John Hurt, Tim Roth) catch a stool pigeon (Terence Stamp) in Spain and take him on a wild ride to Paris.
Writer/private detective Dashiell Hammett (Frederic Forrest) works a dirty case in 1920s San Francisco.
Harry and Walter Go To New York (1976)
Two vaudevillians (James Caan, Elliott Gould) join a master safecracker (Michael Caine) on a bank caper in 1890s New York.
The Hindenburg (1975)
Nazi Germany's prized airship is threatened with sabotage, so Col. Franz Ritter (George C. Scott) is charged with its safety. As the massive zeppelin lifts off for a journey to the United States, Ritter investigates the passengers, looking for a potential bomber. Could it be anti-Nazi Countess Ursula von Reugen (Anne Bancroft), suspicious gambler Emilio Pajetta (Burgess Meredith), shifty advertising man Edward Douglas (Gig Young) or even the pilot, Capt. Pruss (Charles Durning) ?
Hot potato (1976)
A karate expert (Jim Kelly) and two cohorts must save a senator's kidnapped daughter.
An Army bumpkin (James Hampton) and his aide (Christopher Connelly) are sent to Texas to convert the cavalry from horses to camels.
Former child star Joe Davis (Joe Dallesandro), reduced to living in a cheap Hollywood motel while struggling for acting jobs, is lusted after by nearly every woman he meets, including Jessica Todd (Andrea Feldman), a tightlywound feminist who has recently come out as a lesbian. When Jessica's mother, Sally (Sylvia Miles), an emotionally needy has-been actress, meets Joe, she moves him into her enormous, tacky mansion as her new boy toy and attempts to get him acting work.
Hickey & Boggs (1972)
Two Los Angeles private eyes (Bill Cosby, Robert Culp) find a missing woman and follow her to loot from a Pittsburgh bank.
The Horsemen (1971)
An Afghan sheik's (Jack Palance) son (Omar Sharif) tries to prove himself to his father in the grueling equestrian game of "buzkashi."
Happy Birthday, Wanda June (1971)
A hunter (Rod Steiger) back from years in the Amazon finds his wife (Susannah York) and life changed.
Hallucination Generation (1966)
An American drifter (Danny Stone) in Ibiza takes up with a band of fellow expatriates and their LSD-dispensing guru (George Montgomery).
A reticent piano player, named Percival (André Benjamin), along with Rooster (Antwan A. Patton), his flamboyant lead performer and manager, struggle to keep their speakeasy, in the Prohibition-era South, out of the hands of gangsters who want to take it over.
The Intern (2000)
An overworked, underpaid magazine intern (Dominique Swain) goes from the mailroom to the boardroom, while searching for a spy within the company.
Invisible Dad (1998)
Young Doug Bailey (William Meyers) has to save his father after a strange machine in the garage makes the man invisible.
In Depression-era Albany, N.Y., erstwhile baseball star Francis Phelan (Jack Nicholson) has become an alcoholic vagabond after guilt over accidentally killing his infant son led him to desert his family. Over the course of several days, he ambles from gritty job to dirty bar to makeshift sleeping quarters. By chance, he encounters fellow itinerant drinker and his sometime lover, Helen Archer (Meryl Streep). Together, they wax nostalgic about their haunted pasts.
I Come In Peace (1990)
Renegade cop Jack Caine (Dolph Lundgren) is intent on snuffing out a dangerous gang of drug traffickers known as the "White Boys." When the gang makes off with a cache of heroin from federal custody and destroys the building to conceal evidence of their crime, Caine investigates with straight-arrow FBI agent Arwood Smith (Brian Benben). But bizarre new clues reveal that the Boys' criminal enterprise extends much further than anyone had previously imagined.
Seeing ghostly images and experiencing strange visions after the death of a Lakota teen, an American Indian lawyer (Tonantzin Carmelo) revisits beliefs she abandoned while visiting her dying father.
In the 13th century, a dedicated group of Knights Templar defends Rochester Castle against King John.
A fight between two eccentric collectors is cut short by a biological mutant and its army of freakish creatures.
The Hiding Place (1975)
A brave Christian family comes to the aid of its Jewish neighbors during the turbulent war years in Holland.
Fist 2 Fist (2011)
A tragic event from the past catches up to a man (Jino Kang) who teaches mixed martial arts.
Hell Up In Harlem (1973)
In Harlem, N.Y., crime boss Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson) is gravely injured while escaping a hit ordered by the corrupt district attorney, DiAngelo (Gerald Gordon). As he recovers, his father, Papa Gibbs (Julius W. Harris), assumes control of the gang, which angers Tommy's best henchman, Zach (Tony King), who goes on to collaborate with DiAngelo and frame Papa Gibbs for the murder of Tommy's ex-wife. This sets off a series of bloody betrayals that ricochet within the crime world.
The House By The Cemetery (1981)
The Boyles (Catriona MacColl, Paolo Malco, Ania Pieroni) of New England have mad Dr. Freudstein in their basement.
Gannon (Costas Mandylor) and a town's hunter pursue a pack of viscious man-eating monsters that killed his family.
Heavy Petting (2008)
A man (Brendan Hines) who hates dogs develops a strong bond with his new girlfriend's (Malin Akerman) canine.
A computer nerd makes a deal with the devil (James Coco) to become a blond beach boy (John Allen Nelson) for the summer.
High Tide (1987)
Lillie (Judy Davis) is an alcoholic drifter who makes an unexpected discovery when she arrives in Eden, a coastal town in New South Wales, Australia. After setting herself up in a trailer park, the woman befriends a teenager named Ally (Claudia Karvan). Despite their age difference, the pair soon become close. But everything changes when Lillie meets Ally's grandmother, Bet (Jan Adele) ; Bet turns out to be Lillie's mother, meaning that Ally is the grown daughter she abandoned decades before.
Electric Dreams (1984)
A San Francisco architect (Lenny Von Dohlen) woos the cellist (Virginia Madsen) next door; so does Edgar, his personal home computer.
The Emigrants (1971)
Karl Oskar Nilsson (Max von Sydow) and his wife, Kristina (Liv Ullmann), work a farm in a cold and desolate area of rural Sweden in the middle of the 19th century. The growing privations of their life, combined with increasing social and religious persecution, cause the Nilssons and many of their neighbors to strike out for the United States. Following a treacherous ocean crossing and an equally grueling land passage, the emigrants find themselves in the seemingly idyllic land of Minnesota.
The Executioner Part II (1984)
A police detective (Christopher Mitchum) discovers a vigilante hand-grenade killer (Antoine John Mottet) is an old Army buddy who once saved his life.
Echoes of Innocence (2005)
A devout teen begins to question her vow of chastity when she becomes friends with a classmate.
Eat My Dust (1976)
A California sheriff's (Warren Kemmerling) son (Ron Howard) and his girlfriend (Christopher Norris) go for a joy ride in a stolen stock car.
A department-store Santa Claus (Dan Haggerty) discovers a neo-Nazi plot to mate a nice girl (Julie Austin) with an elf in Colorado.
The Expendables (1989)
A commando captain (Anthony Finetti) leads misfits (Peter Nelson, Loren Haynes) on missions to rescue nurses and capture a Viet Cong colonel.
The End Of Innocence (1990)
An only child becomes an unhappy woman (Dyan Cannon) facing marriage, drug abuse and a nervous breakdown.
The Knight of the Dragon (1985)
A medieval alchemist (Klaus Kinski), knight (Harvey Keitel) and priest (Fernando Rey) mistake a flying-saucer alien for a dragon.
In 1948, after arranging for her children to flee to America to escape the turbulence of the Greek Civil War, Eleni Gage (Kate Nelligan) is executed by the communists occupying her village. Decades later, her son, Nick (John Malkovich), a successful journalist, is made a bureau chief for the New York Times in Athens, Greece. As he remembers his childhood and his mother's courage, Nick gladly returns home to find out who was responsible for her death -- and take revenge.
After student David (Edward Connell) receives a letter from Professor Waterman (Fritz Leiber) begging him to come as quickly as possible, he goes to visit the park where his teacher is staying. Also with him are his date, Susan (Barbara Hewitt), friend Jim (Frank Boers Jr.), and Jim's girlfriend, Vicki (Robin Christopher). After they are handed a mysterious religious text by an old man, the students find themselves menaced by park ranger Asmodeus (Jack Woods), who reveals himself as the devil.
A New Jersey mad doctor (James Lorinz) rebuilds his girlfriend (Patty Mullen) with body parts from exploded hookers.
Fortunes of War (1994)
An American relief worker (Matt Salinger) and his two friends (Haing S. Ngor, Sam Jenkins) agree to smuggle goods from Thailand into Cambodia.
From Hollywood To Deadwood (1989)
A sleazy film studio hires two off-beat private eyes (Scott Paulin, Jim Haynie) to find a missing actress (Barbara Schock).
Fast Lane (2010)
A policewoman (Melina Lizette) works under cover to infiltrate a Los Angeles car-theft ring.
Genetically engineered bats escape from a professor's lab and terrorize a small town.
Fear Of Clowns (2004)
An artist who purges her fears through painting is terrified to discover that her nightmarish creations have taken on a life of their own.
The Flats (2002)
A young man arrested for vandalism spends his last week of freedom partying with pals at the end of summer in Puget Sound.
Freak Talk About Sex (1999)
Slacker Dave (Josh Hamilton) returns to his hometown in Upstate New York. He talks of being a writer but gets a job at a store, and constantly works on his car so he can hit the road again. Meanwhile, he avoids relationships and ignores everyone's advice by reuniting with "Freak" (Steve Zahn), a boyhood friend who still lives in his parents' basement, smoking pot and dispensing stoner wisdom. When even Freak shows the beginnings of adult behavior, Dave realizes he may have to grow up too.
Finding North (1998)
A woman meets her ideal man who she doesn't know is gay. He is naked on the Brooklyn Bridge ready to take his life. He doesn't end up doing so and the two take a road trip and help each other through their troubles and issues. "Finding North" is an offbeat love story between two people from completely different worlds. It's about finding what you need, even from places you don't expect.
Four Days in September (1997)
Based on a true story, "Four Days in September" is a moving account of the kidnapping in September, 1969 of the American Ambassador to Brazil, played by Alan Arkin. The drama unfolds as a group of young and often naive idealists join together to plot and carry out an act of terrorism, their only means of giving voice to their progressive dreams and visions in a military regime.
Feeling Minnesota (1996)
Sam Clayton's (Vincent D'Onofrio) marriage to ex-stripper Freddie (Cameron Diaz) comes about when she's strong-armed into the match by Red (Delroy Lindo), a club proprietor who once did her a favor. But Freddie falls in love with Jiaks (Keanu Reeves), Sam's brother, and the pair tries to escape the situation together. It isn't long before both Sam and Red catch up with them, resulting in threats against the two of them -- although tension also starts to build between Sam and Red.
Full Fathom Five (1990)
A Navy submarine captain (Michael Moriarty) chases Panamanian militants heading for Houston in a hijacked Soviet sub.
Final Approach (1991)
An amnesiac Air Force colonel (James B. Sikking) recalls, for a doctor (Héctor Elizondo), his part in a top-secret stealth-flight project.
College students on an overnight hay ride fight for their lives against zombies.
Fraternity Vacation (1985)
An Iowan (Stephen Geoffreys) and his college buddies head for Palm Springs, Calif., to find the perfect blonde.
For Your Height Only (1981)
A diminutive secret agent (Weng Wang) uses his skills with guns and gun molls to rescue a kidnapped scientist.
Fight For Your Life (1977)
A minister dispenses justice on three convicts who take his family hostage.
Guilty Conscience (1985)
Criminal lawyer Arthur Jamison (Anthony Hopkins) wants to be rid of his wife, Louise (Blythe Danner), but doesn't want to have to make the crippling alimony payments that will result from a divorce. He comes up with an ingenious scheme with the help of his young girlfriend, Jackie (Swoosie Kurtz). Inventing a fictional persona, he stages several murder scenes to set up the real one that he hopes will be the perfect crime. Louise, however, is not easily fooled.
Garden of the Dead (1972)
Garden of the Dead is the twisted tale of convicts turned living dead. While working on the chain gain, a group of bored inmates decide to get high by sniffing a new experimental form of formaldehyde. While under the influence of this strange chemical, the inmates go crazy in an attempt to overthrow the guards and make their break for freedom. The prison guards put down the uprising by shooting the high prisoners and burying them in the prison garden. Later that night the dead chain gang prisoners begin to rise from their graves and unleash havoc on the prisoners and guards.
The Ghost & Mr. Chicken (1966)
Looking to score a break as a newspaper reporter and impress beautiful Alma Parker (Joan Staley), milquetoast typesetter Luther Heggs (Don Knotts) pitches a story about his small town's haunted house. When his editor (Dick Sargent) insists Luther spend a night alone in the spooky mansion, where a grisly murder-suicide had taken place decades earlier, the timid reporter learns that the house contains a supernatural resident who doesn't like visitors.
The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery (1959)
Career criminals (David Clarke, Craham Denton) and a local youth (Steve McQueen) carefully plan and rehearse the robbery of a Missouri bank.
An oddball candidate's (Joel David Moore) campaign for city council gains real momentum with the help of a recently fired journalist (Jason Biggs) and an army of enthusiastic volunteers.
Lump of Sugar (2006)
A girl (Lim Su-jeong) is determined to become a jockey like her late mother, and forms a special bond with a motherless colt.
A detective (Adrien Brody) hunts for a vicious serial killer who has yellow skin.
Guns & Talks (2001)
Four unlikely assassins genuinely care about their customers and victims.
Marrying the Mafia (2002)
Gangsters insist a man (Jeong Jun-ho) marry a mobster's daughter (Kim Jeong-eun) after he spends a drunken night with her.
The Girl of Your Dreams (1998)
A Spanish film crew ventures to Nazi Germany to shoot a cheesy Andalusian musical.
An ex-mechanic (Renaud) finds work in an 1870s French mine, then fuels a strike for better working conditions.
Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984)
A rock star (Paul McCartney) daydreams that he will be ruined unless he finds a missing master tape by midnight.
Get Crazy (1983)
A promoter (Allen Goorwitz) and his helper (Daniel Stern) try to save their vintage Los Angeles theater with a wild New Year's Eve concert.
Gas Pump Girls (1979)
The owner of a small filling station enlists the aid of his niece when a fancier operation begins stealing his business.
The Ghoul (1975)
A former clergyman (Peter Cushing) in 1920s England tries to keep his cannibalistic son locked in the attic.
God Told Me To (1976)
A New York police detective (Tony Lo Bianco) ties a death rampage to a cult and its leader (Richard Lynch), half man, half alien.
The Girl From Petrovka (1974)
A Moscow-based U.S. journalist (Hal Holbrook) falls in love with a ballerina (Goldie Hawn) being followed by the police.
Get To Know Your Rabbit (1972)
A businessman (Tom Smothers), having grown weary of his career, studies magic with a master (Orson Welles).
His Royal Slyness (1920)
An impersonator is elected the first president of a country.