A coming of age comedy about two guys who are way too old to be coming of age.
The story of two brothers - one black and one white - who must overcome their own personal demons as they grapple with the murder of their father many years ago.
Ends 09/30/14. Can two '80s ladies switch from swinging to safe sex and still find Mr. Right? Lea Thompson and Victoria Jackson search for the frankly funny answer at a health spa in an unabashed look at modern mating. In between hilariously blunt discussions of men and methods, the two work out their dilemma through a series of real and fantasy encounters.
The classic story of a boy who trades his cow for magic beans - but this time with Abbott and Costello.
Evil loggers intent on harvesting protected land murder a forest ranger so
they can carry out their plan - and then frame a singing cowboy for the
Ends 09/30/14. In the wake of a terrible tragedy, a well-to-do family heads to their remote vacation home only to be greeted by some sinister uninvited guests. Selma Blair, Josh Close, Rachel Miner and James D'Arcy star in this 'unnerving home invasion thriller' (Variety).
Inspired by her childhood, French-Korean filmmaker Ounie Lecomte recounts the emotional journey of one little girl's coming of age after her father abandoned her in an orphanage.
As the Emerson family moves from New England to the southwest, they miss the Christmas they had back home. Judy, the young daughter, is determined to prove that Santa is real and sets a trap to capture him. With Shelley Long, Robert Hays, Stacy Keach.
With one swing Peter Rose collected more hits than anyone in the history of the game he loved. 4192 is a love letter to baseball that highlights the playing career of one of the games most honored and controversial stars.
Ends 09/30/14. From Todd McFarlane's comic book series comes this 'anything-goes revenge fantasy' (Variety) that details the origins of the super-soldier turned hell-spawn. Killed by his own boss, Al Simmons--now the brutally disfigured Spawn--makes a deal with the Devil to return to the human world and see his wife...in exchange for leading the forces of darkness in conquering the world.
John Ford, the most famous of the directors of Westerns is biographied here with clips from his movies and interviews.
Ends 12/31/14. High-profile members of today's LGBTQ community reveal the struggles and triumphs of being 'out' in America in this collection of compelling video portraits captured by renowned photographer/filmmaker Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. Interviews include Neil Patrick Harris, Ellen DeGeneres, Christine Quinn, Cynthia Nixon, Wade Davis, Wanda Sykes, and many others.
A hotheaded Alaskan customs agent unwillingly teams up with a cold-hearted but beautiful Soviet agent to capture a rogue Russian general, selling a shipment of deadly nerve gas.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama speaks in both English and Tibetan to a crowd of 1,800 in Medford, Mass. Taped 10/16/12. Subtitled.
A Colonial officer tries to negotiate a deal between the new European settlers and Pontiac, the Indian chief and his tribe.
Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore reveals more about the big day: Jamie and Claire's wedding These behind-the-scenes glimpses contain SPOILERS. If you haven t watched the episode yet, do not proceed.
In mythological times, a sailor finds a land with advanced scientific powers in Atlantis, The Lost Continent (1961).
Steven Spielberg's first monster hit was Jaws (1975) about a great white shark terrorizing a beach community.
The nervous Viking adventurer Rolfe (Richard Widmark), captured by Moorish Sheikh El Mansuh (Sidney Poitier) improvises an escape in The Long Ships, 1964.
A farm boy and his sister capture a mysterious wild horse in Misty (1961), adapted from the children's classic Misty of Chincoteague.
A boy and a horse forge a close friendship after being shipwrecked together in Africa in The Black Stallion (1979), directed by Carroll Ballard and produced by Fred Roos and Tom Sternberg.
Sinbad battles a fiendish magician and his many monsters in The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad (1973), featuring the special effects of Ray Harryhausen.
A writer moves into a housing development to study married couples in Bachelor in Paradise (1961) with Bob Hope & Lana Turner.
A mysterious boy living in the Houston Astrodome dreams of building himself a pair of wings in Brewster McCloud (1970), directed by Robert Altman (Telluride Film Festival honoree 1980).
Three stewardesses try to find husbands while flying over the Atlantic in the romantic comedy Come Fly With Me (1963).
Eddie (Ronny Howard) sits his dad (Glenn Ford) down for a solemn talk during a summer-camp visit in Vincente Minnelli's The Courtship of Eddie's Father, 1963.
A group of greedy clowns tear up the countryside in search of buried treasure in It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) featuring an all-star cast including Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, Milton Berle & Jonathan Winters.
Sidney Poitier won the Academy Award for Best Actor playing an ex-GI who helps a group of German nuns build a chapel in Lilies Of The Field (1963).
Screenwriter Richard Benson (William Holden) and his typist Miss Simpson (Audrey Hepburn) imagine themselves playing a scene from the movie they're writing in Paris When it Sizzles (1964).
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