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Fire With Fire

Fire With Fire

(2012)1h 37mR
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50/50

(2011)1h 40mR
Saw 2

Saw 2

(2005)1h 32mR
Bebe's Kids

Bebe's Kids

(1992)1h 12mPG-13
Paranormal Activity

Paranormal Activity

(2009)1h 26mR
Showgirls

Showgirls

(1995)2h 11mNC-17
Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing

(1987)1h 40mPG-13
Fred: The Movie

Fred: The Movie

(2010)1h 22mTV-PG
Igor

Igor

(2008)1h 26mPG
Brothers

Brothers

(2009)1h 44mR

Golfing With Animals

(2010)1h NR
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Golfing with Animals is a film about a paradox! The paradox is, that there actually are wild animals and plants in manmade environments, close to humans. The habitat may seem tame but the law of the jungle is always in use amongst those animals that live there. The survival of the fittest is obvious for those creatures that live in an apparently safe and tame environment. Is a golf course a wildlife environment? We are turning the expression wildlife upside down. The purpose is to show an artificial environment as wildlife. Golfing with Animals show the habitants and guests (except humans) you can meet in a man made habitat and that it can be very rich of species. In the film we meet conflicts in a no-mans-land but also that humans and wild animals can coexist in peace. We have chosen to use a golf course as an example. An environment that is wilder than expected! Golfing with Animals is told from an entertaining and humoristic angle. Through the view of the animals looking at the game of golf and its partici
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2008 nature-wildlife
Deep sea: 1000m below the surface no light, immense pressure and icy temperatures. The deep sea encompasses more than 90% of the planets habitat. Yet we know less about these depths than about the moon. This film documents the technical, scientific, and ecological challenges of deep sea researchers. Scientists work worldwide together to collect data on the physical state of the upper ocean. With more than 3000 autonomous floats they monitor the oceans for influences on weather systems like El Nino or the monsoon. Does it affect global climate change? Does the deep sea offer solutions for the CO2 issue? Researchers in the Okinawa Trough are trying to find out. The sea floor harbors enormous amounts of resources: oil, natural gas, methane. Scientists work hard to try and locate these materials. Millions of deep sea dwellers are waiting for their discovery. The Census of Marine Life is trying to catalogue these bizarre ocean creatures before they disappear. The expenditures comeing with these projects are enorm
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Desert Runners
2013 Documentary, Sport
A diverse cast of non-professional runners attempt to complete the most difficult ultramarathon race series on Earth. Their dramatic journey takes them across the worlds most picturesque yet brutal landscapes, pushing their bodies, hearts and spirits through a myriad of external and internal obstacles. DESERT RUNNERS delves into the mindset of ultra-athletes, and the complex ways in which human beings deal with both heartbreak and triumph.
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Plastic: The Real Sea Monster
2012 science
Plastic floats. This is where our story begins. Millions of tons enter the ocean every year, pouring out from rivers and shores, ships and platforms. The worlds scientists have studied the phenomenon and come to alarming results. Plastic contains synthetic hormones that are released when plastic breaks down into tiny particles through wind, waves and exposure to the sun. Once in seawater, plastic absorbs toxic substances known as POPs, or persistent organic pollutants. This process allows toxins to accumulate in a density a million times higher than normal. What happens when fish and seabirds mistake the plastic for food? Scientists have found evidence that these toxins are entering the food chain, and ultimately winding up in our bodies. Worse still, plastic doesnt biodegrade. Instead, it becomes trapped in massive maelstroms of garbage. Scientists have identified five of these so-called gyres. A few of them are larger than Spain and Portugal combined. The worlds biggest dumps are at sea. This is what we kno
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Glove
2011 drama
A successful pro-baseball pitcher faces a catastrophe! The first challenge of the quietest baseball team in the world! When things seem like they couldn't get any worse, the drama of a lifetime begins!
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The Phantom of the Opera
1925 drama, horror, thriller, silent
A mad, disfigured composer seeks love with a lovely young opera singer.
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Return Of The Buffalo - Restoring The Great American Prairie
2010 nature-wildlife
The vast area of the American prairie tells the story of an experiment that has been going for 150 years: the settlement of the American Midwest. Countless ghost towns define the appearance of deserted swathes of land. The radical vision of a scientist couple from New York sparked a new debate about the economic recovery of the region. Their plan is to make the Great Plains a public property, a common area, and reverse it to its original condition. Project Buffalo Commons is the attempt to turn back the demographics and history of the American west to the time before the settlement. Fences should be torn down to allow hundreds of thousands of buffalos to roam freely across the vast plains. The intended goal is that an expected rise in tourism and a highly efficient buffalo meat production will provide people of this region with security and a new future.
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2012 documentary, new-releases
Creationist Don McLeroy fights to change the standards of US education to his liking through reelection to the Texas State Board of Education.
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The Little Tin Man
2014 Comedy, Independent, Romance
Tired of being overlooked for bigger roles, a struggling dwarf actor sets out to be cast as the Tin Man in Martin Scorsese's remake of The Wizard of Oz.
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My Favorite Brunette
1947 comedy
Photographer Ronnie Jackson, on death row in San Quentin, tells reporters how he got there.
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Miracles In Our Midst
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Amazing real stories of everyday people (and pets!) who have experienced extraordinary moments, divine miracles, from urban streets to remote forests. Welcome to the world of the divine.
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The Yearling
1994 Mystery
A classic coming of age story in which a boy from a poor rural family adopts an orphaned fawn, but must kill it when it starts to eat his family's precious crops.
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Dick Tracy Detective
1945 crime
Dick is faced with a series of brutal murders in which the victims, all from different social and economic backgrounds, are viciously slashed to pieces.
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Pot-O-Gold
1941 comedy
Jimmy, the owner of a failed music shop, goes to work with his uncle, the owner of a food factory.
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The Inspector General
1949 comedy-musical
An illiterate stooge in a traveling medicine show is mistaken for an inspector general.
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The Jazz Singer
1980 music-drama
Neil Diamond adds his own distinctive sounds to the classic role of a young Jewish cantor on the verge of a dream. It's the story of a man who forsakes the synagogue choir for a chance at rock superstardom. Defying his father, he turns his back on his marriage and community to team up with his new manager, Molly. Now, risking it all, he readies himself for his one real shot at the spotlight - and finds himself falling in love with the one woman who shares his same dreams - and truly believes in where his talent can take him.
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Richard Villa pokes fun at his Latino roots and the experience of young first generation immigrants, that everyday walk a tightrope between Mexican tradition and American culture.
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