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Fighting With My Family
A family of wrestlers manage to get by on money made wrestling in tiny venues. When the two kids get an opportunity to audition for roles in WWE, they're soon forced to learn some hard truths and face some challenges on the road to becoming wrestling superstars.
The Final Countdown
Kirk Douglas skippers a nuclear aircraft carrier that's time-warped to Pearl Harbor.
A débutante in 1960s Mississippi sends her community into an uproar by conducting a series of probing interviews with the black female servants of the area's most-prominent families.
In 1872 Wyoming, a Civil War veteran-turned-gunslinger must make amends with his estranged father, a reverend who deplores his son's embrace of violence, as he tries to protect his hometown from ruthless land-grabbers.
Her childhood forever lost to a mother (Anne Heche in an Emmy-nominated performance) whose irresponsible, drug-fueled escapades forced her and her siblings to fend for themselves, 17-year-old Gracie Thompson (Kristen Bell) vows to pick up the pieces and give her brothers and sisters the mother they've never had in this touching tale of family love and devotion that was inspired by a true story. Determined to finish her education, get a well-paying job, and offer her family the stability that they've never known, Gracie wages a tireless uphill battle to reclaim her family and give them hope for a better future.
Frankie & Alice
This psychological drama depicts the true story of Frankie Murdoch, a troubled young woman suffering from multiple personality disorder in 1970s Los Angeles.
A private investigator takes on the case of a woman who can neither speak nor remember her name. After enlisting the help of a hypnotist, the two learn that they share a strange connection to a decades-old murder mystery.
A League of Their Own
A look at the first women's professional baseball league focuses on the rivalry between sisters on the same team and their washed-up, hard-drinking coach.
Rose, an elderly survivor, tells the tale of her romance with Jack and what happened aboard the majestic Titanic before the glory sank to the bottom of the sea.
The Day After Tomorrow
An ice age is brought on by the effects of global warming and palaeoclimatologist Jack Hall struggles through the masses fleeing south for warmer climate on his way north to reunite with his son.
A tough, demanding businesswoman discovers that she's about to be deported back to Canada, forcing her to rush into a marriage of convenience with her young assistant in order to stay in the U.S. But the ruse becomes even more complicated when the two must visit his family in Alaska while posing as a couple.
The Most Dangerous Game
A game-hunting nobleman's private island is the stage for perverse games in which he tracks down and kills human adversaries. This top-notch first screen incarnation (shot on sets built for King Kong (1933)) of the famous short story was redone many times but rarely to such excellent effect.
The Best Man
College friends reunite for a wedding, but the best man is nervous because his soon-to-be-published novel is based on secrets among his social circle—including a fling he once had with the bride.
An ogre falls in love with a princess in this delightfully outrageous computer-animated spoof of fairy tales.
My Cousin Vinny
When his young cousin is inadvertently charged with murder in an Alabama town, an untested Brooklyn lawyer takes on his first case as he attempts to defend two penniless youths in the heart of Dixie, where he clearly does not understand the protocols of the courtroom...or the South.
When a bank robber is caught after shooting two employees and running out into the streets of Copenhagen, a criminal investigaor trying to solve the case is plunged into the deep, hypnotic past of the perpetrator.
The Wolf of Wall Street
An ambitious youngstock broker begins a new firm and finds meteoric success by selling penny stocks to the super wealthy. He amasses a fortune through less than legal means, and soon his law-breaking and his massive drug habit collapse his empire.
The extraordinary tale of a simple man who unwittingly becomes involved in some of the key moments of the 20th century.
About ten minutes into The Shootist, Doctor Hostetler (James Stewart) tells aging Western gunfighter John Bernard Books (John Wayne), "You have a cancer." Knowing that his death will be painful and lingering, Books is determined to be shot in the line of "duty." In his remaining two months, Books settles scores with old enemies, including gambler Pulford (Hugh O'Brian) and Marshall Thibido (Harry Morgan) and reaches out to new friends, including a feisty widow (Lauren Bacall) and her hero-worshipping son (Ron Howard). Throughout the film, Books' imminent demise is compared with the decline of the West, as represented by the automobiles and streetcars that have begun to blight the main street of Books' hometown.
Mrs Harris Goes to Paris
In the 1950s, an English domestic servant pursues an haute couture dress designed by Christian Dior. Mrs. Harris (Lesley Manville) decides to work, save, and gamble in order to obtain that dress. Her pursuit leads her to leave London, travel to Paris, and obtain a new outlook on life. Based on Paul Gallico's classic novel, Mrs. 'Arris Goes to Paris, director and co-writer Anthony Fabian brings this work to the big screen.
The Magnificent Seven
In this remake of the classic 1960 oater of the same name (itself a Western remake of "The Seven Samurai"), seven gunslingers join forces in order to protect a small town from a mining tycoon and his goons, who plan to seize the residents' land by force.