Days before the acquittal of white cops in the beating of black motorist Rodney King, two cops are told to "fix" a high-profile quadruple murder case.
Set in the Los Angeles Police Department in April 1992, Dark Blue is a dramatic thriller that takes place just days before the acquittal of four white officers in the beating of black motorist Rodney King and the subsequent L.A. riots. In this racially charged climate, the L.A.P.D's elite Special Investigations Squad (SIS) is assigned a high-profile quadruple homicide. As they work the case, veteran detective Eldon Perry (Kurt Russell), known for his tough street tactics and fiery temper, tutors SIS rookie Bobby Keough (Scott Speedman) in the grim realities of police intimidation.
Adrenaline is high, tempers are hot, and racial tensions are boiling over. Against this explosive backdrop, LAPD detective Eldon Perry (Russell) tutors his rookie partner (Scott Speedman) in the realities of police intimidation and corruption as they investigate a high-profile homicide case. But as the body count rises and the evidence just doesn't add up, Assistant Chief Arthur Holland (Ving Rhames) threatens to end Perry's brand of "justice" if Perry's own demons don't destroy him first.
Superstar Will Smith gives the performance of his career as boxing legend Muhammad Ali in a visually amazing epic drama from Academy Award® nominated director Michael Mann. Muhammad Ali thrilled the world with his ground-breaking boxing victories in the '60s and '70s. But the man behind the legend is grappling with a tumultuous romantic life, his deeply held religious beliefs and the pressures ofstaying on top. A quick-witted, winning personality and strong friendships with close associates, including renowned newscaster Howard Cosell (Golden Globe® nominee Jon Voight), help Ali "float like a butterfly and sting like a bee." But faced with a life-changing conflict outside of the ring, the famously opinionated boxer is forced to rely on the one person he knows the best: himself.
Will Smith puts on the gloves and steps between the ropes as "Ali," arguably the most facinating personality in sports history in this biopic from Academy Award nominated director Michael Mann.
Between 1964 and 1974, the brash, motor-mouthed Ali quickly dominates his sport, meets and marries his first wife, converts to Islam, and defies the U.S. government by refusing to submit to military conscription for duty in Vietnam.
When a beautiful human-alien hybrid (Natasha Henstridge) escapes from observation, scientist Xavier Fitch (Ben Kingsley) dispatches a crew of experts to find her before she is able to fulfill her horrific purpose: to mate with unsuspecting men and produce offspring that could destroy mankind. As her deadly biological clock ticks rapidly, Fitch and his team are hurled into a desperate battle in which the fate of humanity itself hangs in the balance.
When scientists discover alien DNA, they create a deadly alien hybrid woman. When she escapes, a team scrambles to find her before she can reproduce.
A message from outer space contains instructions on how to modify human DNA.
Academy Award-winner Tommy Lee Jones ("The Fugitive," "The Client") stars as baseball legend Ty Cobb. A sportswriter is contacted by Cobb to write a white-washed version of his life story but, after discovering the dark and scandalous truth behind the legend, he must decide whether to write the real story or maintain the myth. Co-starring Robert Wuhl ("Good Morning, Vietnam," "Bull Durham") and Lolita Davidovich ("JFK," "Leap of Faith") and written by Ron Shelton ("Bull Durham," "White Men Can"t Jump"). The Hollywood Reporter calls this a "sharp-breaking and crackling film" with a "terrific" performance by Tommy Lee Jones.