Eight years after her wealthy family forced her to break up with the man she loves, a mousy woman follows her heart when she gets a second chance with her true love. Based on a novel by Jane Austen.
Love takes Grant and McDowell by surprise when they meet at a friend's wedding. Their timing is off, but they keep meeting and their romance stumbles forward. 'Tracy and Hepburn' for the 90's.
Magus movie trailer - starring Kengo Kora, Tomorowo Taguchi , Ron Fitzgerald, Miwon, Lizzy Strain, Bill Steele. Directed by John Lechago. Genre: Sci-Fi
A story that became a benchmark for appointment television in the 1960's returns in a lavish new production with an all-star cast. Damian Lewis (Band of Brothers) stars as Soames Forsyte, a successful London solicitor and wealthy scion of a respectable upper-middle-class Victorian family. Soames marries the beautiful Irene- all he needs to complete his golden existence- but finds that he can never truly possess her. Based on the first two of John Galsworthy's nine books about the Forsytes, this sweeping drama follows the family through two tumultuous decades that reflect the pivotal times in which they live. Also starring Gina McKee (Notting Hill), Ioan Gruffudd (Horatio Hornblower), Rupert Graves (Mrs. Dalloway), Corin Redgrave (Enigma) and Gillian Kearney (Sex, Chips and Rock n' Roll).
Daytime's Greatest Weddings movie trailer - starring Susan Lucci. Directed by David Seeger. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Delight for John Le Carre fans, opening scenes with James Mason (as Dobbs), Robert Flemyng (as Fennan) and Harriet Andersson (as Ann), from The Deadly Affair, 1967, Sidney Lumet's faithful treatment of Le Carre's Call For The Dead.
Elsa Fennan (Simone Signoret) receives Dobbs (James Mason) of the Home Office, whose earlier chat with her husband led to his apparent suicide, in The Deadly Affair, 1967, from John Le Carre's novel Call For The Dead.
A secret agent investigates the tangled affairs surrounding a government official's suicide in The Deadly Affair (1966) starring James Mason.
A Man for All Seasons -- Trailer for this Oscar winner
Magus -- Open-ended Trailer from MTI Home Video
The Magus -- THE MAGUS is a multi-format, process-based experimental film that explores the root of artistic creation. The film documents visual artist, C. Graham Asmundson's body of work over a rigorous six-month period.
Filmmaker, Jaimz Asmundson, Graham s son, uses cinematography and editing as magical weapons to ritualistically birth, destroy and resurrect his father's work. Through psychedelic imagery and machine-gun editing, the resulting film is a stylized, hyper-kinetic, cinematic manifestation of the Asmundsons' personal exploration of occult ceremonies and experiences. Working this uncommon practice, the father/son team explore mind-altered states and invoke unnatural resurrections; where unforeseen demons and other spiritual forces are often released.
A Man for All Seasons -- Dramatic depiction of the conflict between Henry VIII and Sir Thomas More. Winner of six Oscars(r), including Best Picture (1966), best director (Fred Zinnemann), and best actor (Paul Scofield).
Magus -- A broken-down healer, learns the Magus has abandoned the Wizard's Code and is using his power for evil. Forced to come out of reclusion, this improbable hero finds an improbable assistant -- his teenage niece.
Four Weddings and a Funeral -- Comedy-drama about a group of British friends... the title says the rest.
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