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Being Julia

  1. Being Julia is a delicious tale of amorous folly and revenge set in the world of the London stage in the late 1930's.

Blue Thunder

  1. Blue Thunder: The air above Los Angeles has become a battle ground in this explosive action thriller.
  2. Blue Thunder is a 1983 feature film that features a high-tech helicopter of the same name.
  3. Blue Thunder is the name of a 1983 high-tech helicopter movie directed by John Badham and starring Roy Scheider.
  4. Blue Thunder is a specially modified helicopter.
  5. Blue Thunder was later adapted into a weekly TV series.


  1. Amadeus is an achievement, and was deserving of every one of the eight Oscars it captured on that late March night in 1985.
  2. Amadeus is a rarity: a dramatic film made by people who understood music as much as filmmaking.
  3. Amadeus is a must-have for classical music buffs, theatre lovers, and aficionados of historical fiction.
  4. Amadeus is an exception.
  5. Amadeus is an expansion of a Viennese "urban legend" concerning the death of 18th-century musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

All About Eve

  1. All About Eve is a 1950 drama film, written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, based on the short story "The Wisdom of Eve", by Mary Orr.

Born Free

  1. Born Free: Born Free is the heartwarming true story of a British couple who teach their pet lioness how to survive in the wilds of the African jungles.
  2. Born Free is a wildlife film about Joy Adamson and her husband, the two Kenyan game wardens who raise three lion cubs.
  3. Born Free is the heartwarming true story of a British couple who teach their pet lioness how to survive in the wilds of the African jungles.
  4. Born Free is the kind of movie that can play well to both adults and children -- if they are the type that like wildlife.

Citizen Kane

  1. Citizen Kane is the story of press-boss Kane's rise and fall.
  2. Citizen Kane is a 1941 American dramatic film, and the first feature film directed by Orson Welles, who also co-authored the screenplay.
  3. CITIZEN KANE was an original selection to the Library of Congress National Film Registry in 1989.
  4. CITIZEN KANE was the directorial debut of the 25-year-old Orson Welles, who had formerly made his name as a radio and theater actor and director.

Dead End

  1. Dead End is a 1937 crime drama film.
  2. DEAD END is the prototypical social-problem drama about a Manhattan slum in the 1930s.
  3. DEAD END is a classic in film storytelling, offering Humphrey Bogart at his most sympathetic and frightening in one fell swoop.
  4. DEAD END was based on Sidney Kinsley's hit Broadway play of the same name.
  5. Dead End is a remarkable film because it is the first film starring the Dead End Kids who later became the East Side Kids and finally The Bowery Boys.

Big Fish

  1. Big Fish is a 2003 fantasy drama film, directed by Tim Burton and written by John August.
  2. Big Fish is a 2003 film about a man who goes home to be with his family as his ailing father passes away.
  3. Big Fish is a clever, smart fantasy that targets the child inside every adult, without insulting the intelligence of either.
  4. Big Fish is a peculiarly difficult film to opine about.
  5. Big fish is a book about a person called Edward Bloom.

Empire Records

  1. Empire Records is a 1995 dramedy about a group of record store employees.
  2. Empire Records is a cult classic and I wish it had been more than that.
  3. Empire Records is a great film.
  4. Empire Records is a little more mature as it deals with some really interesting and important issues.
  5. Empire Records is an independent music store about to be sold to a large chain.

Dangerous Liaisons

  1. Dangerous Liaisons was nominated in 1989 for seven Academy Awards, winning three.
  2. Dangerous Liaisons is a 1988 film directed by Stephen Frears.
  3. Dangerous Liaisons is a high-mannered revel for the actors, who also include Swoosie Kurtz, Mildred Natwick, and Keanu Reeves.
  4. Dangerous Liaisons was Frears' eighth feature film, and his first working with American studios.

Big Eden

  1. Big Eden is a gay -themed romantic drama film, released in 2000.
  2. Big Eden is a tiny town tucked away in the timberland of northwestern Montana, where cowboys lounge on the porch of the general store to pass the time away.
  3. Big Eden is a uniquely American fable about home and family.
  4. Big Eden is an extremely well-crafted, well-written and well-acted film.
  5. Big Eden is the type of wonderful surprise that keeps me returning to the Outfest film festival year after year.

Drugstore Cowboy

  1. Drugstore Cowboy was listed on the top ten list of both Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert for films released in 1989.
  2. DRUGSTORE COWBOY was one of a group of films that led to the explosion of American independent cinema.
  3. DRUGSTORE COWBOY is a classic film that launched the career of one of the most important American directors working today.
  4. Drugstore Cowboy is a 1989 film written and directed by Gus Van Sant.

Dirty Dancing

  1. Dirty Dancing spawned two successful soundtracks, a short-lived TV series, and a stage musical.
  2. Dirty Dancing bears its age well.
  3. The dynamics of Havana Nights haven't the urgency of the first Dirty Dancing.

The Adding Machine

  1. The Adding Machine is the story of Mr. Zero, an employee at a Macy-s-like department store, whose job it is to add columns of sales figures.
  2. The Adding Machine is a 1923 play by Elmer Rice, and is generally considered to be the first American Expressionist play.
  3. The Adding Machine is a play that invites a film-noir style of production.

Good Will Hunting

  1. Good Will Hunting is a 1997 film directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, both of whom star in the film.
  2. Good Will Hunting is a 1997 film directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who both star in the film.
  3. Good Will Hunting is a tribute to the dreams of American youth.
  4. Good Will Hunting was a financial success, earned widespread critical praise and several awards, and launched Damon and Affleck into prominence.
  5. Good Will Hunting was filmed on location in the Greater Boston area and Toronto over five months in 1996.

Boogie Nights

  1. Boogie Nights is one of the key movies of the 1990s, and among the most ambitious and exuberantly alive American movies in years.
  2. Boogie Nights is a very entertaining film--the very impressive sophomore effort for director Paul Thomas Anderson.
  3. Boogie Nights is a very stylish and funny film that is sure to please movie fans.

Bomb The System

  1. Bomb the System: A young man with a troubled past expresses himself through street art in this independent drama.
  2. Bomb the System is the first major fictional feature film about the subculture of graffiti art since Wild Style was released 1982.
  3. BOMB THE SYSTEM is an unforgettable portrait of the often missunderstood art form and culture of graffiti.
  4. Bomb The System is an admirable film.
  5. Bomb the System is a true New York story - a cinematic poem dedicated to the art of graffiti, and to the city where it all began more than two decades ago.

Changing Lanes

  1. Changing Lanes focuses on the ethical decisions these characters make and the consequences their actions have on those around them.
  2. CHANGING LANES reviews from the nation's top critics and audiences.
  3. IGN DVD is the ultimate Changing Lanes DVD resource featuring the trailer, wallpaper, pictures, images, soundtrack, dvd, cast, reviews, and release dates.

Dear Frankie

  1. I first saw the preview of "Dear Frankie" on the Finding Neverland DVD and bought a copy.
  2. Save on dear frankie.
  3. Dear Frankie - Dear frankie & More.

Finding Neverland

  1. I first saw the preview of "Dear Frankie" on the Finding Neverland DVD and bought a copy.
  2. The big screen lights up with Johnny Depp in Finding Neverland as the sun sets on the outdoor Cameo Cinema in Belgrave.
  3. Finding Neverland, armed with the honours for Best Picture of the Year at the National Board of Review awards, is facing such a dilemma.


  1. DOGVILLE is also one of the best cases in point for the idea that artistic works exist apart from their creators.

A Bittersweet Life

  1. A BITTERSWEET LIFE is a dazzling neo-noir gangster film from director Kim Jae-woon(A Tale of Two Sisters).
  2. A Bittersweet Life is a 2005 film (see 2005 in film) by Korean director Kim Ji-woon.

Above The Rim

  1. Late in 1993, he acted in the basketball movie Above the Rim.
  2. The soundtrack Above the Rim is an example of how all soundtracks should sound.
  3. I really enjoyed "Above the Rim." It may not be flawless, but it definitely does more right than wrong.

Against All Odds

  1. Against All Odds is a neo-noir 1984 film, a remake of Out of the Past.
  2. Against All Odds is a band from southern california seeking to escape the small town of Yucaipa.
  3. In September, Yi left his base at Hansan Island and went out against all odds to attack Pusan harbor.


  1. Algiers is also the "Capital of Arabic Culture" for 2007.
  2. Algiers is an important economic, commercial and financial pole, with in particular a stock exchange recording an annual capitalisation of 60 billion euros.
  3. Algiers is the largest sporting pole of Algeria.
  4. Algiers is the only Algerian city with an English name different from its French name.
  5. Algiers was a walled city from the time of the deys until the close of the 19th century.


  1. Alibi - A defense claim that the accused was somewhere else at the time a crime was committed.

All That Jazz

  1. I do know that outside of Jaws and All that Jazz, this is one of Roy Scheider's best movies.
  2. Directed by the preeminent choreographer Bob Fosse, ALL THAT JAZZ was purportedly semi-autobiographical.
  3. Historically speaking, it is fascinating that ALL THAT JAZZ came out the same year as that other mad masterpiece- APOCALYPSE NOW (also a true horror film).

All The Right Moves

  1. All The Right Moves was not one of Tom Cruise's more popular movies, suprising, being that he had just filmed Risky Business.
  2. All the right moves was not bad or great.

Alpha Dog

  1. Alpha Dog is a 2007 crime drama film written and directed by Nick Cassavetes, and released on January 12, 2007.

American Pop

  1. American Pop is a 1981 American animated film directed by Ralph Bakshi.
  2. American Pop is a heavy drama that deliberately takes its time while trying to do justice to each character and their time period's music.
  3. American Pop is an ambitious and groundbreaking work of storytelling that also just happens to be animated.

Angels With Dirty Faces

  1. Angels With Dirty Faces is a milestone film for the careers of both James Cagney and Pat O'Brien.
  2. Angels With Dirty Faces is an absolute cinema classic and quite why it isn't more famous is anyone's guess.


  1. Answer - A formal, written statement by the defendant in a lawsuit which answers each allegation contained in the complaint.
  2. Answer: The court papers filed on behalf of the defendant in response to plaintiff-s complaint.


  1. Application - The initial papers filed by the applicant in the United States Patent and Trademark Office (also called the Patent Office or PTO).
  2. The application is the initial set of papers filed with the PTO by the applicant[s].

April Snow

  1. April Snow is a 2005 Korean romance film.
  2. April Snow is a story about a man and a woman who face their spouses' accident and betrayal together and lose the balance on their lives.

Around The Bend

  1. Around the Bend is a 2004 road movie written and directed by Jordan Roberts.
  2. Around the Bend is a story very true to director Jordan Roberts' heart.
  3. Around the Bend is the first feature film from writer and director Jordan Roberts.


  1. Arzner was born January 3, 1900 and grew up in Los Angeles, where her father ran a caf- popular with movie people.
  2. Arzner was tolerated and condescended to as a "woman director" and a "woman's director" as long as her pictures were profitable and no longer.

At First Sight

  1. AT FIRST SIGHT is the story of a young woman architect who falls in love with a blind man.

Autumn In New York

  1. Autumn in New York: An man gets an unexpected lesson in love and life from a much younger woman in this romantic drama.


  1. The Aviator is a rousing entertainment that does not shy away from the darkest aspects of Howard Hughes' life.
  2. The Aviator is an Academy Award-winning 2004 biographical drama film, directed by Martin Scorsese .
  3. The Aviator is an Academy Award-winning 2004 biographical drama film, directed by Martin Scorsese, and based largely on the book Hughes by Richard Hack.


  1. Balloon - A loan that has a series of monthly payments with the remaining balance due in a large lump sum payment at the end.
  2. Balloon - a circle or bubble used in cartoons that encloses copy in an illustration.


  1. Band: a semigroup of idempotents.
  2. Band: an associative order algebra, and an idempotent semigroup.


  1. Barry was engaged by the producers of a film called Dr. No to write and arrange a finished score from work begun by composer Monty Norman.
  2. Barry was involved with numerous projects of all kinds during this period.

Be With Me

  1. Be With Me is a tapestry of three stories woven around the themes of love, hope and destiny.


  1. Today we cruise on some of the most beautiful waters on earth, Halong Bay.
  2. It is the true story of Frances Farmer, a beautiful, smart, and rebellious movie star of the `30s who seemed to have it all.
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Bee Season

  1. Stills Gallery These are the best stills we have for the "Bee Season" movie.
  2. Join the Naumann family on their journey with this screensaver from the drama, Bee Season.
  3. Bee Season Screensaver Words may define us, but it's love that connects us.

Before Sunset

  1. Before Sunset (2004), is a film, the sequel to Before Sunrise (1995).
  2. Linklater's latest film, BEFORE SUNSET, picks up where the 1994 film left off.
  3. Ethan Hawke reprises his role as Jesse, an American author who unexpectedly meets up with someone from his past in Before Sunset.


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