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Paragraph 78 is a fantastic thriller with the biggest action-film budget in Russia of 10 mln USD. Excellent visual effects, complicated computer graphics, fantastic fight scenes and stylish music written by Sneaker Pimps and Prodigy make the film one of the most expected projects in Russia. In the near future a special forces team is assigned to a highly important mission at the top-secret missile base. These super professionals still have many unsolved personal issues. As a result they will face not only external danger but also danger of dealing with each other
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Outlaw filmmakers Rome, One-Eye, Max and Buzz hit the highway with guns blazing and cameras rolling, capturing footage - and hostages - along the way.
6 people rediscover their passion and friendship while on the run
Day Of The Outlaw
Two rival cattlemen forget their differences to fight six outlaws who take over the isolated Western town.
History Rediscovered: Submarines at War
History Rediscovered: Submarines at War features four rare WWII-era documentary films about submarines and the "silent service" during World War II.
Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance
2002 crime, drama, thriller
A recently laid off factory worker kidnaps his former boss' daughter, hoping to use the ransom money to pay for his sister's kidney transplant. The first part of The Vengeance Trilogy.
Over The Gw
Over the GW tells writer/director Nick Taglia's own harrowing tale of drug rehabilitation in the late 90's.
Over The Border
2006 action, adventure
He lost everything. The country he pledged allegiance and the woman he swore his love to.
A Force of One
1979 Action, Adventure
A team of undercover narcotics agents is conducting an investigation when things mysteriously begin to go haywire. One by one, the squad is eliminated by an assassin. To help discover the identity of the karate killer, the police enlist the aid of karate champion Matt Logan.
Israel and the Bomb
The Israeli bomb is an open secret but an official state secret at the same time. With the support of Germany, France, Britain and the United States, Israel has risen to be a strong nuclear power. The country wants to avoid ever being helpless again. The atomic weapons can reach every target worldwide. No international regulatory agency monitors the program. How was Israel able to build up a nuclear arsenal secretly? Can Israels nuclear potential also become a threat to the western world?
The Nazi's plan to eliminate an entire race of people nearly succeeded because thousands of ordinary people simply went about their business. Yet in the midst of darkness shone a light. In fact, many lights. This compelling documentary takes viewers to the Netherlands where a number of Dutch Jews relive the terrifying ordeal they experienced at the hands of the Nazis and the daring accounts of those Hidden Heroes who risked their lives to save them. For the rescuers and the rescued alike, it is a powerful emotional reconnection with a time and a place that holds the conflicting memories of terror and hope.
One day, four intruders visit Colmor in search of a corner of twisted paradise. The old man proves to be a lot more than they expected.
Charge Of The Light Brigade
This satirical account of wartime Victorian England elicits brilliant performances by John Gielgud and Vanessa Redgrave in a tale of the contrasts between aristocracy and the squalor of the lower classes.
Shadowland The Legend
Frank and his older sister Caroline arrive by accident in the mythical Attic Town in Shadowland.
History Rediscovered: Divide and Conquer
The third installment in Frank Capra's Why We Fight propaganda film series, Divide and Conquer brilliantly presents the Nazi conquest of Western Europe in 1940, as Germany employs the Blitzkrieg with devastating effect.
Beat the Devil
A group pf rogues are on their way to Africa to get rich when they encounter a seemingly innocent British couple.
Dazzling aerial photography highlights this WWII saga of bold courage set against the war-torn skies of northern Europe. Cliff Robertson and George Chakiris star.
The World Trade Center, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building were all built largely by generations of men from two tiny First Nations reservations, Akwesasne in Ontario and Kahnewake in Quebec. Every Sunday night at midnight, these men leave their families and drive seven hours to New York City to work all week hundreds of feet in the air, balancing on the beams that form the skeletons of America's skyscrapers. They built the World Trade Center, ran to the rescue when the towers collapsed and now will rebuild #7 of the World Trade Centre.
Kirk Douglas, Ernest Borgnine, Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis star in this robust adventure tale of the fierce Norse raiders who swept over Europe engaging in bloody raids and gory sword battles.