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Nicole Kidman (Eyes Wide Shut) leads a star-studded cast in this experimental drama from Lars Von Trier (Melancholia). A woman on the run from the mob is reluctantly accepted in a small Colorado town.
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When a drug deal goes bad, three friends make a fatal judgement that puts Johnny (Mekhi Phifer) behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit. After Johnny is released from prison, he finds himself back in his old neighbourhood where old grudges never die and drugs are a way of life. But when Patty’s girlfriend Gloria (Angelina Jolie) threatens Johnny’s life for the death of her brother Hayden, Patty is forced to take him out. But what the truth holds, could destroy the bond between friends. When crime is the only way of life, you never know who to trust.
2012 thriller, drama
A maverick New York hedge fund trader with uncanny analytic abilities is sent to Hong Kong to orchestrate a mega-deal that swiftly gets out of his control.
Ethan Hawke directs Rosario Dawson, Uma Thurman, Vincent D'Onofrio and other stars in this indie drama. The Chelsea Hotel, the storied NYC home of artists and writers, has more stories to tell in these ensemble-driven tales of hopefuls and hangers-on.
The Flowers Of War
An American attempts to save a group of women from marauding soldiers in 1937 Nanjing.
2013 Thriller, Action, Drama
Enroute on a train in Sicily, Father Leonard (Danny Glover), encounters his own secrets from the past, having long-ago murdered the notorious Williams (Steven Bauer). The wages of sin are deadly.
Welcome To L.A.
Keith Carradine, Geraldine Chaplin, Lauren Hutton, Harvey Keitel, and Sally Kellerman star in this ensemble drama. A self-important group of weirdoes from Los Angeles realize how worthless their lives are.
2003 Action, Drama, Romance
Two separate stories are intricately woven throughout this unique film of friendship and love.
This restored film version of James Michener's best-seller stars Julie Andrews, Richard Harris, and Max Von Sydow in a celebrated epic adventure that traces the arrival of missionaries in 1820s Hawaii and the eventual devastation of a paradise lost.
Bridge and Tunnel
2014 Comedy, Independent, Drama
Long Islanders Sal, Terry, Nate, Eric and Lina are childhood friends who grew up in post 9/11 suburban New York, graduated high school at the peak of the War on Terror, and began adulthood amidst a global financial crisis. Now at the crossroads of their mid-twenties they find themselves unhappy with their places in life. As a year unfolds, the group of friends are tested with spells of unemployment, disintegrating relationships, and the destruction of Hurricane Sandy as they attempt to move forward with their lives despite society and Mother Nature's best efforts to keep them stagnant.
Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare's funny, sexy side comes out in this comedy starring Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson, Denzel Washington, Kate Beckinsale, and Keanu Reeves. The film tells the story of two couples: confirmed bachelor Benedick and caustic Beatrice, and young Claudio and innocent Hero. Playful bickering defines one couple, whereas romance and betrayal describe the other. Watch for Michael Keaton's brilliant buffoon.
Death of a President
2006 Crime, Drama, Mystery
This fictional TV documentary is set in a world where President George W. Bush has been assassinated. It is exciting and questioning, and it offers viewers a riveting story while creating a provocative political thriller that reveals larger truths.
Shadow Island Mysteries: Last Xmas
In The Last Christmas Claire’s grandfather, Raymond La Foret has summoned the entire La Foret family to Shadow Island for a Christmas reunion. Raymond taught Claire everything she knows about puzzles so Claire is expecting the occasion to be filled with fun-filled games. However, on Christmas Eve, Raymond announces that he is dying and that since this will be their last Christmas together he has constructed a special game especially for the occasion, “The Jean La Foret Memorial Puzzle”, dedicated to Claire’s mother who died five years earlier on Christmas. The rules are simple: whoever solves the puzzle will inherit the entire La Foret fortune; the losers will get nothing. To make matters more complicated, Raymond La Foret suddenly dies mysteriously. Claire finds a note reading, “End the game before something happens.” Since Claire is the puzzle expert it falls on her to figure out what her grandfather’s game was designed to reveal…perhaps a murderer.
Under the Bombs
Winner - Venice FF. During a cease-fire in the Lebanon-Israel conflict a taxi driver helps a woman search the rubble of local towns for her lost son.
5 Broken Cameras
2011 Documentary, War
A documentary on a Palestinian farmer's chronicle of his nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army.
2015 Drama, Independent, Romance
Several women - independent; strong-willed; beautiful - fight for their lives in a city of shifting influences. Each struggles to overcome her personal conflicts; against the backdrop of greater political struggles.
Winner - Sundance Film Festival. A Latino family in New York City struggles to survive a neighborhood shattered by drugs and violence.
2012 Drama, War, History
During the Civil War, an inspired story of tragedy and love, a mother Sarah (Christina Ricci), and her daughter Melody, (Gabrielle Popa) desperately struggle to survive, until an unlikely connection with solider Louis McIntire (Jason Gedrick), the son of General McIntire (Tom Berenger).
Based on the real-life story of one of Austrias most-wanted bank robbers, The Robber is a breathless thriller as lean and taut as its marathon-winning title character.