After much delay, assistant coach Red (Richard Farnsworth) summons Roy Hobbs (Robert Redford) to batting practice, manager Pop (Wilford Brimley) duly attentive, in Barry Levinson's The Natural, 1984.
Cher tries to slap some sense into Nicholas Cage in this 1987 Oscar -winning romantic comedy about two Italian-American families in Manhattan.
An engaged woman falls for her fiance's brother in Moonstruck (1987), the Oscar -winning comedy starring Cher and Nicholas Cage.
Teens Libby (Andi Garrett) and Kit (Sarah Lane) hit outrageous pay-dirt with their crank-call to Judith (Joyce Meadows) and Steve (John Ireland) Marak, in William Castle's I Saw What You Did, 1965.
In the first flashback, young Al (Nicolas Cage), goaded by little brother Mario (James Santini) confronts the title character (Matthew Modine) over a stolen knife, in Alan Parker's Birdy, 1984.
Jane (Bette Davis) receives neighbor Mrs. Bates (Anna Lee), then upstairs discussing movie careers with invalid sister Blanche (Joan Crawford), in Robert Aldrich's What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?, 1962.
After the introduction of the title character in the credits, scenes with injured Vietnam vet Al Columbati (Nicolas Cage), from director Alan Parker's Birdy, 1984, from William Wharton's novel.
Lila (Cheryl Smith) has escaped her cage so she sneaks under a house where the hostess Lemora (Lesley Gilb) is working on Lila's (un-seen) captive gangster dad (William Whitton), the old-lady servant (Maxine Ballantyne) blowing the whistle, in Lemora: A Child's Tale Of The Supernatural, 1973.
Chris Jericho competes for a chance to get back into the Six Pack Challenge at Night of Champions.
The World's Strongest Man defends his championship in a steel cage.
In September 2013, after four unsuccessful previous attempts, Diana Nyad became the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage. Find out what mantra kept her going.
Director Spike Jonze delivers a stunningly original comedy that seamlessly blends fictional characters and situations with the lives of real people: obsessive orchid hunter John Laroche (Cooper), New Yorker journalist Susan Orlean (Streep), Hollywood screenwriter Charlie Kaufman (Cage), and his twin brother, Donald (also Cage). As Charlie struggles to adapt Orlean's best-selling book "The Orchid Thief," he writes himself into his own movie. The various stories crash into one another exploding into a wildly imaginative film. ADAPTATION, the year's most talked about movie, is at once a hilarious drama and a moving comedy.
Popular high school teacher Will Gerard (NICOLAS CAGE) lives a life of content domesticity with his beautiful musician wife Laura (JANUARY JONES). Until one night's horrific events, turns their world upside down.
After Laura is violently attacked and left traumatised in hospital, Will is approached by a well-dressed stranger(GUY PEARCE) offering to dispense immediate justice to the attacker and save the couple from an emotionally traumatic trial. Distraught, Will accepts the proposal but soon learns justice comes at a price.
A visceral action thriller with unexpected twists, JUSTICE questions the lengths a man will go to seek his vengeance.
Early 20th Century- Arabia.
Under the unforgiving desert sky, two warring leaders come face to face. The bodies of their warriors litter the battlefield. The victorious Nesib, Emir of Hobeika (ANTONIO BANDERAS), lays down his peace terms to his rival Amar, Sultan of Salmaah (MARK STRONG). The two men agree that neither may lay claim to the area of no man's land between them called The Yellow Belt. In return and according to the tribal customs of the time, Nesib will "adopt" - or take hostage- Amar's two boys Saleeh (AKIN GAZI) and Auda (TAHAR RAHIM); a guarantee that neither man can invade the other. Years later, Saleeh and Auda have grown into young men. Saleeh, the warrior, itches to escape his gilded cage and return to his father's land. Auda cares only for books and the pursuit of knowledge. One day, their adopted father Nesib is visited by an American oil man from Texas (COREY JOHNSON). He tells the Emir that his land is blessed with oil and promises him riches beyond his imagination.
Nesib imagines a realm of infinite possibility, a kingdom with roads, schools and hospitals all paid for by the black gold beneath the barren sand. There is only one problem. The precious oil is located in the Yellow Belt.
Saleeh is killed in his attempts to escape and return to his father’s kingdom. The task of negotiating peace between the two kingdoms falls to young Auda. Nesib orchestrates the wedding of his beautiful daughter, Princess Leyla (FREIDA PINTO) to Auda. Though that union is borne of political convenience, ridding Nesib of his final obligations to his peace treaty with Amar, for Auda and Leyla their marriage is the symbol of a new beginning, a love that began in their childhood and the chance to shape the world around them. Auda is sent to Salmaah as an emissary of peace. Reunited with his father Amar, he discovers a new outlook on life, one based on devotion, piety and humility. His father offers him a seemingly impossible task, to cross the forbidding desert landscape of the House of Allah, along with his half-brother Ali (RIZ AHMED), as a decoy with nothing more than a ragtag army of thieves. The idea is to trick Nesib and allow Amar to mobilise his real army and conquer the kingdom of Hobeika. Through his journey, which is filled with many spectacular battles against rival tribes and clansmen and sees him free the beautiful slave girl Aicha (LIYA KEBEDE), Auda is transformed from a librarian into a leader.
The stage is now set for an epic showdown for control of the Yellow Belt, for control of the two kingdoms, for control of the future.
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