Postal movie trailer - starring David Foley, Zack Ward, Erick Avari, Christopher Coppola, Michael Benyaer, Jackie Tohn. Directed by Uwe Boll. Theatrical Release Date: 5/23/2008
The Producers movie trailer - starring Will Ferrell, Uma Thurman, Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Roger Bart, Gary Beach. Directed by Susan Stroman. Theatrical Release Date: 12/16/2005
A disguised federal agent is suddenly caught up in the murder of other passengers on a 19th century train.
A Union officer in the recently ended Civil War travels to Texas to find two traitors. Wayne shines in Hawks' final film!
In this even dumber but equally successful sequel, bandit Reynolds transports an elephant from Miami to Texas with sheriff Gleason and his identical brothers in pursuit.
The Counterfeiters movie trailer - starring August Diehl, Devid Striesow, Karl Markovics, Martin Brambach, Dolores Chaplin. Directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky. Theatrical Release Date: 2/22/2008
Brian's Song movie trailer - starring James Caan, Bernie Casey, Shelley Fabares, Dick Butkus, Ji-Tu Cumbuka, Jim Boeke. Directed by Buzz Kulik. Genre: Drama
Premiering after the 1988 Super Bowl, The Wonder Years captured the hearts of audiences and critics alike with the trials and tribulations of young Kevin Arnold as he enters junior high. From his first kiss with Winnie Cooper to his friendship with Paul Pfeiffer and the ups and downs of the Arnold family, fans shared in laughter, love, loss, and above all, wonder.
The misadventures of two waiters at a Catskills summer camp. Embarrassing early roles for Quaid and Arquette!
A black man is appointed sheriff of a western town in Mel Brooks' riotous farce Blazing Saddles (1974) starring Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder.
Shasta Delaney (Jennifer O'Neill) is not intimidated by cohorts McNally (John Wayne) and Cordona (Jorge Rivero), as they stage a mostly comic rescue of Phillips (Jack Elam) in Howard Hawks' Rio Lobo, 1970.
The government fakes a Mars landing then sets out to kill the astronauts involved in the thriller Capricorn One (1978).
Writer George Plimpton here as gunman George, during his try everything phase, as McNally (John Wayne), Cronin (Bill Williams) and Cordona (Jorge Rivero) prevent the arrest of Shasta (Jennifer O'Neill), in Howard Hawks Rio Lobo, 1970.
The Greatest -- Muhammad Ali plays himself in a reconstruction of the events that brought him to fame. Film clips include crucial fights throughout Ali's career. Ali receives excellent support from Ernest Borgnine, Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, Dina Merril and Paul Winfield.
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