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Richard Pryor (See No Evil, Hear No Evil) stars as a criminal who fakes insanity to avoid prison, then ends up in the hospital psychiatric ward.
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An unconventional comedy of non-stop laughs! Mel Brooks plays a billionaire who, on a bet, takes to the L.A. streets for one month and ends up with the education of a lifetime.
Kentucky Fried Movie
Directed by the legendary John Landis (Animal House, The Blues Brothers), The Kentucky Fried Movie features a lewd, loosely connected collection of skits that spoof blaxploitation films, news shows, porno movies, TV commercials, kung fu flicks and more!
"Weird" Al Yankovic stars in this cult classic comedy. The manager of a small-time UHF station (which has the lowest ratings in the country) inadvertently hits it big with his strange programming ideas to keep Channel 62 from going down the tubes.
Cotton Comes To Harlem
A fast-paced dynamo about two Harlem cops (Godfrey Cambridge and Raymond St. Jacques) assigned to thwart a charismatic preacher's attempt to extort money from neighborhood locals.
When Giuseppe "The Guppy" becomes head of the Calzone Mob family, his father sends him to "Mafia University" to learn the tricks of the trade. Surrounded by danger, double-crossing and pasta, THE GODSON proves that some wise guys aren't so smart.
When a soap opera writer (John Candy) bumps his head and wakes up in the midst of his own daytime serial, he writes himself into the storyline of a lifetime! Emma Samms and Mariel Hemingway co-star.
Take a trip with special guests as they journey through the mayhem and mischief both backstage and in front of the cameras as tabloid talk show host Jerry Springer attempts to keep pace with the dramas unfolding and undressing around him.
Not Another Not Another Movie
When Max Storm (Chevy Chase), the head of struggling Sunshine Studios, quits, his ex-con brother, Lester (Michael Madsen), takes over. But he's quickly replaced by his gangster buddy, Nancy (Vinnie Jones), who decides to make a film that satirizes spoof movies. Burt Reynolds portrays actor C.J. Waters, who's playing the director of the film within the film in filmmaker David Murphy's entertaining mockumentary.
How Weed Won The West
Filmmaker Kevin Booth (American Drug War) offers this documentary that chronicles the exploding popularity of medical marijuana dispensaries in California and the mixed response from law enforcement agencies.
Dudley Moore and Eddie Murphy star in this high tech adventure that sets modern warfare back a couple of hundred years.
When a roller-skating-obsessed town is over-run by video game shilling gangsters, only one man has the funk deep enough to boogie them back to oblivion. Amen.
1975 Action, Crime, Drama
A blaxploitation film set in a Southern community called Bucktown, where white police deputies bully and extort money from the black population. Finally, one black man instigates a revolt against the Establishment.
2009 documentary, comedy
A contemporary David and Goliath story that takes you inside the cutthroat world of the big business of American beer.
1992 Drama, Sport, Action
Highlighted by suspenseful boxing sequences, this witty film casts James Woods, Bruce Dern and Louis Gossett, Jr. as offbeat characters who live for sparring, betting and swindling.
1978 Comedy, Drama
Burt Reynolds stars as a man who uses his recently diagnosed terminal illness as a means to manipulate those closest to him in this wildly funny film that features an outstanding cast including Dom DeLuise and Sally Field.
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey
1991 Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
In this sequel to BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE, the dimwitted duo travel to Heaven, Hell and points in between as they meet (among others) Albert Einstein, the Easter Bunny and the Grim Reaper.