The three-day music festival Zaire '74 and the emerging musical crossover between Africa and America is documented.
Get ready to rock out with the most entertaining "golden oldies" you will ever meet, a fun-loving senior citizen's choir called Young@Heart. To prepare for a show in their hometown that is only weeks away, the lovable seniors must learn a slate of new songs, ranging from James Brown to Coldplay. The chorus' tireless musical director leads the group through a series of hilariously chaotic rehearsals, proving that hard rock can be hard work - especially when you're hard of hearing! Their inspiring story celebrates the unbreakable bonds of friendship and the life-affirming power of music!
Zaire 74: a superstar soul show staged as part of the Muhammed Ali-George Foreman 'Rumble In The Jungle' boxing match. James Brown, B.B. King, Bill Withers, The Spinners and more perform in this top-notch concert documentary.
You hold in your hands a backstage pass to one of the most extraordinary concert events ever filmed. Featuring musical legends James Brown, B.B. King, Bill Withers, Celia Cruz and a host of others, SOUL POWER documents three-night Zaire '74 music festival planned to coincide with the now-legendary and epic "Rumble in the Jungle" between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman.
After his 14-year-old dog, Red, is senselessly murdered by three thrill-seeking teenagers, an aging recluse sets out seeking justice for his four-legged companion and finds himself gradually pushed to take extreme measures.
You hold in your hands a backstage pass to one of the most extraordinary concert events ever filmed. Featuring musical legends James Brown, B.B. King, Bill Withers, Celia Cruz and a host of others, Soul Power documents three-night Zaire '74 music festival planned to coincide with the now-legendary and epic "Rumble in the Jungle" between Mohammed Ali and George Foreman. Much more than a concert film, Soul Power provides a dynamic fly-on-the-wall look into the turbulent proceedings, with on-the-spot commentary from the musicians themselves, concert organizers Hugh Masekela and Stewart Levine, Muhammad Ali and boxing promoter extraordinaire Don King, Soul Power will leave you breathless.
In the years between the Civil War and the 1920s, African-Americans were forcibly evicted - with death threats - from towns in Georgia, Arkansas and Missouri. This nuanced documentary visits those towns today.
Strap yourself in for "Great fun!" (Newsday) in the outrageously hilarious, wildly over-the-top comedy spectacular The Washington Post applauds as "A very funny spoof!" He's badder than Bond. He's cooler than any international man of... secrets. He's Undercover Brother, a globe-trotting disco-dude of intrigue with more cool spy gadgets up his sleeve than you can shake a rocket-launching cigar at. Now, this Kung-Fu-fighting, Caddy-convertible-driving super-secret agent is swinging into action against a deliciously twisted plot to brainwash all of humanity! Rocking to a solid-gold '70s soundtrack, Undercover Brother is the funk-fueled comedy free-for-all Newsday raves is "Infectiously funny!"
Jimmy Tong (Jackie Chan) is a well-meaning but clumsy New York City cab driver who is tapped by Steena (Debi Mazar), associate to multi-millionaire Clark Devlin (Jason Isaacs), for a new job as Devlin's personal limo driver. After a mysterious accident lands Devlin in the hospital, Tong learns that his new boss has a secret — when he's not wheeling and dealing in high finance, Devlin is also a secret agent for the CSA, a top-level security agency. The secret to Devlin's success as a spy is his trademark tuxedo, a suit which is loaded with special gadgets which turns him into a high-tech fighting machine. After Tong dons the tuxedo and is transformed into a martial arts master, he takes over for Devlin and discovers that the agent's injuries didn't happen by accident. As Tong tries to chase down a handful of international super-villains bent on world conquest, he has to deal with Devlin's new partner, Del Blaine (Jennifer Love Hewitt), a CSA rookie who is just as baffled by her new assignment as Tong.
Ends 11/30/14. An Afro-wearing, kung-fu fighting, Cadillac-driving private eye/secret agent (Eddie Griffin) tries to thwart a diabolical plan to destroy African-American culture in this spoof of '70s blaxploitation movies.
Simmy Tong (Chan) is an ordinary cabbie-turned-chauffeur who slips into a 2-billion-dollar, super-spy suit and inadvertently becomes a dashing secret agent. Fit for trouble, this deluxe tux unwittingly thrusts Chan and his dazzling partner (Love Hewitt) into a dangerous world of international espionage.
Join Eddie Griffin-in this infectiously funny spoof-as a globe-trotting, funkadelic dude of intrigue, with more cool spy gadgets up his sleeve than you can shake a rocket-launching cigar at.
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