A crusading Harvard Law professor's views on capital punishment are put to the test when he becomes the target of a death row inmate he worked to set free.
An aimless Los Angeles TV weatherman meets an English newswoman, setting off a chain of strange and funny events. Wonderful combination of comedy, fantasy and love story!
In debt to gamblers, an arrogant Ivy Leaguer joins the Peace Corps and ends up in Thailand. Hanks and Candy have some funny moments.
Two young women - fresh out of college working for a NYC publishing house - hang with a revolving cast of friends and lovers whilie partying on weekends at a local Manhattan disco.
One of the great adventurers of the 20th century, George Plimpton embarked on a lifelong journey akin to fictional characters such as Forrest Gump and Indiana Jones. He hung out with U.S. Presidents, played quarterback for the Detroit Lions and more.
Seamy but entertaining account of the skeletons in the FBI founder's life. A zesty cast of veterans add spice to the scandalous and irresponsible dishing of America's great megalomaniacs. A guilty pleasure.
Epic account of writer John Reed's involvement with the Russian Revolution and a passionate woman. Academy Awards went to Beatty and Stapleton!
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Screen version of Tom Wolfe's bestselling satire about a Wall Street tycoon who's life falls apart when a down-and-out journalist implicates him in a hit-and-run accident involving a poor black youth.
Warren Beatty directed and co-starred, with Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson in Reds, 1981, the story of John Reed, the American Communist who is buried in the Kremlin.
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.
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.
Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton) in an early encounter with Eugene O'Neill (Jack Nicholson), friend of her lover and writer of a play in which she's performing, from director and star Warren Beatty's Reds, 1981.
Writer, director and star Warren Beatty as John Reed, working as a reporter at an organizing rally for the International Workers of the World, from Reds, 1981.
Meeting for a second time, at a polite Portland, Oregon dinner party, visiting journalist Jack Reed (director Warren Beatty) discovers Louise (Diane Keaton) is married, then more, in Reds, 1981.
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