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  • Dance with a Stranger (1985)

    1985

    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Lesley Manville, Joanne Whalley, Miranda Richardson, Ian Holm
    "Dance with a Stranger" takes place in post-war London during the 1950s, where social norms and expectations weigh heavily on individuals seeking love and happiness. The film follows the tumultuous life of Ruth Ellis, a beautiful and enigmatic nightclub hostess who finds herself entangled in a fatal love affair. Ruth, portrayed with depth and vulnerability by Miranda Richardson, works at a popular nightclub where she captures the attention of David Blakely, a handsome and reckless racing driver. Despite their passionate relationship, their love is marred by violence, jealousy, and destructive patterns. As Ruth's relationship with David unravels, she becomes increasingly desperate and isolated. The societal pressure to conform to traditional roles and expectations adds to her sense of disillusionment and fuels her desperation to break free from the constraints of her existence. When an unforeseen tragedy strikes, Ruth finds herself at the center of a murder investigation, facing a trial that captivates the public's attention and ignites a media frenzy. The film delves into the courtroom drama and explores the complexities of Ruth's character, questioning her motives and unraveling the events that led to the tragic outcome. "Dance with a Stranger" offers a nuanced portrayal of Ruth Ellis as a complex woman caught in the midst of a turbulent and destructive relationship. It delves into the underlying societal pressures, class divides, and gender dynamics that influenced her choices and ultimately led to her downfall. Through its powerful performances and atmospheric cinematography, the film creates a somber and haunting atmosphere that reflects the desperation and tragic nature of Ruth's story. It sheds light on the consequences of societal expectations, the limitations imposed on individuals by their circumstances, and the destructive power of love gone awry. "Dance with a Stranger" is a captivating and emotionally charged drama that explores the darker aspects of human nature and the consequences of our choices. It serves as a poignant reminder of the enduring impact of societal pressures and the tragic outcomes that can result from a desperate dance with fate.
  • Moon Manor (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    5.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Karlee Eldridge, Lou Taylor Pucci, Heather Morris, Richard Riehle
    Today is Jimmy's last day alive. His Alzheimer's is worsening, so he's decided to die like he has lived - with intention, humor, and zest. In his last day on Earth, Jimmy will show an obituary writer, his death doula, his estranged brother, his caretaker, a surreal being, and the guests at his fabulous FUN-eral, that perhaps the art of living is the art of dying. **Inspired By A True-ish Story**
  • The Last Man on the Moon (2014)

    2014

    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    "The Last Man on the Moon" transports audiences back to the exhilarating era of space exploration in the 1960s and 1970s. The film intimately captures the life of Eugene Cernan, a former naval aviator turned astronaut who embarked on a historic and life-altering mission to the moon. Through a combination of candid interviews, archival footage, and stunning visuals, the documentary follows Cernan's journey from his early days as a test pilot to his selection as one of NASA's elite astronauts. It explores the challenges, sacrifices, and triumphs that defined Cernan's career and ultimately led him to become the last human to set foot on the lunar surface. "The Last Man on the Moon" delves into the intense training, the rigorous preparations, and the dangerous missions that Cernan and his crewmates undertook. It showcases the intense rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union during the space race, revealing the immense pressure and risks involved in achieving milestones in space exploration. Beyond the technical aspects of the Apollo program, the film delves into the personal toll that Cernan's career took on his family life, exploring the sacrifices he made and the impact it had on his relationships. It sheds light on the emotional struggles Cernan faced as he balanced his passion for space exploration with his responsibilities to his loved ones. As the documentary reaches its climax, viewers are brought along on the momentous Apollo 17 mission. They witness Cernan's emotional experience of walking on the moon's surface, capturing his reflections, his awe, and his overwhelming sense of the fragility and beauty of Earth from such a distant vantage point. "The Last Man on the Moon" serves as a tribute to Eugene Cernan's remarkable achievements and the lasting impact of the Apollo program. It explores the enduring legacy of human space exploration and leaves viewers with a sense of wonder, inspiring them to reach for the stars and continue the quest for knowledge and discovery.
  • Aline (2020)

    2020

    1h 37m

    6.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Val√©rie Lemercier, Agathe de La Boulaye
    Quebec, late 1960s, Sylvette and Anglomard welcome their 14th child: Aline. In the Dieu family, music reigns supreme and when Aline grows up we discover a gift to her, she has a golden voice. When he hears that voice, music producer Guy-Claude has just one thing in mind - to make Aline the greatest singer in the world. Supported by her family and guided by the experience and then the budding love of Guy-Claude, they will together write the pages of an extraordinary destiny.
  • Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World (2015)

    2015

    1h 37m

    7 IMDB

    Cast:  Hans Zimmer, Burt Ward
    Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World takes us on an inspiring and emotional journey that starts with the dream of a young boy named Miles Scott. Diagnosed with leukemia at an early age, Miles finds solace and strength in the world of Batman. His wish, to become Batman and save Gotham City, sets off a series of events that would touch the hearts of millions. As word of Miles' wish spreads, the small community of San Francisco comes together in a remarkable display of unity and support. The Make-A-Wish Foundation, along with volunteers, local businesses, and city officials, join forces to create an unforgettable experience for Miles. The city is transformed into Gotham City, complete with a custom Batmobile, a live-action crime-fighting adventure, and a villainous plot that only Batkid can foil. With the help of an enthusiastic police officer named Eric Johnston, who takes on the role of Batman's trusted ally, Commissioner Gordon, Miles embarks on an epic adventure through the streets of San Francisco. Crowds gather, news outlets cover the event, and social media erupts with the hashtag #SFBatkid, as the world becomes captivated by the courage and spirit of a little boy battling a life-threatening illness. Batkid's heroic deeds and infectious smile inspire people from all walks of life, reminding them of the power of hope and the ability to make a difference, no matter how small. The impact of his wish resonates far beyond his wildest dreams, bringing joy and inspiration to millions of people across the globe. Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World is a testament to the indomitable human spirit, showcasing the immense power of kindness, community, and the collective will to create magic in the face of adversity. Through the lens of this extraordinary wish, the documentary explores the profound impact a single act of compassion can have on the lives of individuals and the world at large. Prepare to be moved, inspired, and reminded of the incredible capacity for goodness that resides within us all as Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World captures the heartwarming story of a young boy's dream turned into a worldwide phenomenon, leaving an everlasting legacy of hope and love.
  • Caligula and Messalina (1981)

    1981

    1h 37m

    3.5 IMDB

    "Caligula and Messalina" immerses viewers in the decadent world of ancient Rome, focusing on the reigns of two controversial figures: Caligula and Messalina. The film delves into their intertwined stories, unveiling a web of ambition, betrayal, and unbridled lust for power. The narrative begins with the rise of Caligula, a young and charismatic emperor whose early rule is marked by progressive policies and popularity among the Roman citizens. However, as Caligula's power grows, so does his thirst for absolute authority. The film delves into the depths of Caligula's depravity, as he descends into a world of sadistic pleasures, orgies, and violence, alienating those around him. Amidst Caligula's reign, the film also follows the story of Messalina, a beautiful and manipulative noblewoman. Married to Emperor Claudius, Messalina is driven by an insatiable hunger for power and sexual gratification. She engages in a series of scandalous affairs and conspiracies, using her influence to manipulate and eliminate her rivals. As Caligula and Messalina's paths cross, their lust for power leads to a dangerous alliance. Together, they scheme, plot, and engage in a complex power struggle within the Roman court, creating a web of intrigue that threatens the stability of the empire. However, their insatiable desires and thirst for dominance eventually prove to be their downfall. "Caligula and Messalina" showcases the grandeur and opulence of ancient Rome through lavish sets and costumes, recreating the splendor of the Roman Empire. The film also explores the political landscape of the time, illustrating the fragile balance of power between the emperor, the Senate, and the military. With a combination of historical accuracy and artistic interpretation, "Caligula and Messalina" offers a compelling portrayal of the Roman Empire's darker chapters. The film delves into the complex psychology of its central characters, highlighting the corrupting influence of absolute power and the consequences of unchecked ambition. As the story unfolds, viewers are confronted with the moral decay and excesses of a once-mighty empire, providing a thought-provoking examination of the human capacity for both greatness and depravity. "Caligula and Messalina" invites audiences to witness the rise and fall of two influential figures in Roman history, whose actions continue to intrigue and fascinate to this day.
  • Rescued by Ruby (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Kaylah Zander, Grant Gustin, Scott Wolf, Tom McBeath
    Ruby had an awful lot of energy. Her original owner surrendered her to the Rhode Island Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals because of her generally "unmanageable" personality. The cute pup was quickly adopted and then returned - five times. Things were looking pretty grim for the border collie/Australian shepherd mix. Hours away from being euthanized, officer Daniel O'Neil was smitten with her. He thought she had potential and decided to pursue his dream of being a canine officer. Could this be his new partner? This is the true story of how these two underdogs found their dream together.
  • How to Change the World (2015)

    2015

    1h 37m

    7.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Brigitte Bardot, Barry Pepper
    In the early 1970s, a group of passionate and idealistic individuals from various backgrounds come together in Vancouver, Canada, with a shared mission: to protect the environment and raise awareness about the pressing issues threatening the planet. Led by charismatic and determined co-founder Bob Hunter, this group of activists forms Greenpeace, an organization that believes in peaceful protests, direct action, and non-violent resistance to advocate for ecological causes. Together, they embark on a series of daring and groundbreaking campaigns that capture the world's attention. "How to Change the World" takes us on a gripping journey as these activists navigate the challenges and complexities of their mission. From confronting whaling ships in the open ocean to protesting nuclear testing in Alaska, they face opposition, legal battles, and personal sacrifices in their quest to make a difference. The documentary provides a rare glimpse into the personal lives of the activists, revealing their triumphs, failures, and internal conflicts. As the movement gains momentum and global recognition, tensions arise within Greenpeace, testing the group's unity and forcing them to grapple with the question of how to balance activism with organizational growth. Through captivating interviews with key figures and never-before-seen archival footage, "How to Change the World" paints a vivid portrait of the birth of the modern environmental movement. It highlights the profound impact Greenpeace had on shaping public perception and policy surrounding ecological issues, ultimately influencing the course of history. As the film unfolds, it challenges viewers to reflect on their own roles in creating a more sustainable and just world. "How to Change the World" serves as a rallying call for individuals to take action and demonstrates the power of collective effort in making a positive and lasting change. Note: "How to Change the World" is a real documentary released in 2015, directed by Jerry Rothwell. The plot described above provides a general overview of the film's focus and themes.
  • Galileo (1975)

    1975

    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Michael Gough, Judy Parfitt, Edward Fox, John Gielgud
    "Galileo" chronicles the life and groundbreaking scientific achievements of Galileo Galilei, a brilliant and visionary thinker who challenged the established beliefs of his era. As Galileo delves into the mysteries of the cosmos, he finds himself at odds with the prevailing religious and intellectual authorities, who are unwilling to accept his revolutionary theories. Through his groundbreaking observations with the newly invented telescope, Galileo provides evidence for the heliocentric model of the solar system, which contradicts the prevailing geocentric view supported by the Church. Despite facing opposition and persecution, Galileo remains steadfast in his pursuit of scientific truth, even as he confronts the consequences of his discoveries. As Galileo's fame and influence grow, his work attracts both admirers and enemies. His close relationship with his former student and patron, Cosimo de' Medici, exposes him to the complexities of political power and the conflicting interests that surround him. Galileo's encounters with the Inquisition, led by Cardinal Bellarmin, test his resolve and lead to a climactic trial that will determine the fate of his scientific legacy. "Galileo" is a thought-provoking exploration of the clash between scientific progress and entrenched belief systems. It delves into the tension between reason and faith, as Galileo grapples with the repercussions of his discoveries and the moral implications they entail. Through powerful performances and rich historical detail, the film captures the essence of Galileo's intellectual courage and his determination to challenge the status quo, ultimately leaving an indelible mark on the history of science and human progress. "Galileo" invites audiences to witness the triumphs and tribulations of one of history's most influential scientific figures, highlighting the importance of curiosity, intellectual freedom, and the pursuit of truth. It serves as a reminder of the transformative power of knowledge and the enduring legacy of those who dare to question the world around them.
  • Jeff Foxworthy: The Good Old Days (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    6.2 IMDB

    Cast:  Jeff Foxworthy
    In his first solo stand-up special in 24 years, Jeff Foxworthy is remembering the good old days. Before cell phones diagnosed our illnesses, were used as cameras, kept us informed 24 hours a day, and before we had to have different passwords for everything. Jeff discusses parenting (your children and your parents), texting, the joy of getting a butt dial, conversations with his wife and recalls a much simpler time (or was it?).
  • The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962)

    1962

    1h 37m

    6.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Barbara Eden, Yvette Mimieux, Claire Bloom, Russ Tamblyn
    "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm" weaves together the fascinating story of the renowned Grimm Brothers, Wilhelm and Jacob, as they embark on a quest to preserve and collect the enchanting fairy tales that have captivated generations. Set in the 19th century, the film follows their journey as they travel through German villages, encountering colorful characters and captivating folklore along the way. As the brothers delve deeper into their mission, they find themselves immersed in the magical realms of the tales they seek to document. From Little Red Riding Hood and Cinderella to Rumpelstiltskin and The Dancing Princesses, the stories come alive through breathtaking and innovative animation sequences that bring their beloved characters to life. Interwoven with the brothers' own personal experiences and challenges, the film delves into their unique bond as siblings and their passion for preserving the oral traditions of their homeland. Along their journey, they encounter obstacles and adversaries that test their resolve, but their unwavering dedication to their craft and the power of storytelling drives them forward. "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm" is not only a celebration of the timeless tales themselves but also a tribute to the enduring legacy of the Grimm Brothers. It explores the transformative power of imagination, the importance of preserving cultural heritage, and the impact that storytelling has on shaping our understanding of the world. Through a blend of live-action and stunning animated sequences, the film immerses viewers in a world where fantasy and reality merge, creating an enchanting cinematic experience. With its colorful characters, memorable stories, and a touch of whimsy, "The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm" invites audiences of all ages to rediscover the magic and wonder of these beloved fairy tales.
  • Scott of the Antarctic (1948)

    1948

    1h 37m

    7 IMDB

    Cast:  Christopher Lee, James Robertson Justice, John Mills
    Set in the early 20th century, "Scott of the Antarctic" follows the legendary British explorer Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his team on their ambitious quest to become the first to reach the South Pole. Faced with treacherous conditions, extreme weather, and the vast frozen wilderness of Antarctica, Scott and his crew embark on a perilous journey that will test their physical and mental strength to the limit. As they battle against the harsh elements and dwindling supplies, the team faces numerous challenges, including frostbite, exhaustion, and the psychological toll of isolation. Despite the overwhelming obstacles, Scott remains determined to achieve his goal, driven by a fierce spirit of adventure and a desire to make history. Along the way, the film delves into the dynamics and camaraderie within the expedition team, showcasing the unwavering loyalty and resilience of Scott's men. Their unwavering support and unwavering commitment to their leader create a bond that is both inspiring and poignant. As they approach the South Pole, Scott and his team face a devastating setback when they discover that a rival Norwegian expedition led by Roald Amundsen has beaten them to their destination. Undeterred, they plant the British flag in the snow and begin their arduous journey back, battling exhaustion, starvation, and the brutal Antarctic conditions. "Scott of the Antarctic" is a gripping and emotionally charged film that pays tribute to the bravery and determination of the men who embarked on this historic expedition. It explores the human spirit's unyielding pursuit of discovery and the sacrifices made in the name of science and exploration. Through breathtaking visuals and a compelling narrative, the film transports viewers to the unforgiving landscape of Antarctica and immerses them in the triumphs and tragedies of Scott's ill-fated journey. With its stirring performances, majestic scenery, and a poignant examination of the indomitable human spirit, "Scott of the Antarctic" stands as a testament to the power of exploration and the enduring legacy of those who venture into the unknown in search of knowledge and adventure.
  • Machine-Gun Kelly (1958)

    1958

    1h 37m

    6.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Charles Bronson, Susan Cabot, Lori Martin, Frank DeKova
    "Machine-Gun Kelly" takes us back to the height of the Prohibition era in the United States. George Kelly, a small-time criminal, seizes the opportunity to rise to infamy by becoming a ruthless and feared bank robber. Alongside his partner in crime, Flo Becker, Kelly embarks on a series of audacious heists, leaving a trail of violence and mayhem in his wake. As Kelly's reputation grows, he becomes a target for both law enforcement and rival gangsters. The film follows the intense manhunt led by a determined FBI agent named Hank Kelly, who is determined to bring down the infamous gangster and put an end to his criminal empire. As the authorities close in on Kelly, tensions rise, leading to a climactic and violent confrontation. The film explores the psychology of a criminal mastermind and the consequences of a life driven by greed, power, and a thirst for notoriety. "Machine-Gun Kelly" captures the essence of the Prohibition era, immersing viewers in a world of speakeasies, corrupt officials, and dangerous alliances. The film showcases the glamour and brutality of the criminal underworld, offering a glimpse into the rise and fall of one of America's most infamous gangsters. Through its engrossing storytelling, intense performances, and atmospheric cinematography, "Machine-Gun Kelly" brings to life a captivating chapter of American crime history. It delves into themes of ambition, loyalty, and the price of pursuing a life of crime. With its gripping narrative and realistic depiction of the era, "Machine-Gun Kelly" offers a thrilling and memorable cinematic experience. It serves as a reminder of the allure and danger of a life on the wrong side of the law, leaving audiences on the edge of their seats as they witness the relentless pursuit of justice and the destructive consequences of criminal pursuits.
  • The President's Lady (1953)

    1953

    1h 37m

    6.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Charlton Heston, John McIntire, James Best, Jim Davis
    "The President's Lady" recounts the extraordinary love affair between Andrew Jackson and Rachel Donelson Robards, a romance that defied societal norms and endured despite the obstacles they faced. The film begins by introducing Rachel, a vibrant and resilient woman who has experienced the hardships and challenges of life. When Rachel marries Lewis Robards, she believes her life is heading in a stable direction. However, their marriage is plagued by conflict, and rumors circulate that Rachel had not been legally divorced from her previous husband. This scandalous revelation casts a shadow over her reputation and becomes a contentious issue as she meets Andrew Jackson, a charismatic military leader and rising political figure. As Andrew and Rachel fall deeply in love, they must navigate the harsh judgments and prejudices of society. Their relationship becomes a subject of intense scrutiny, and they face public condemnation and personal attacks. Despite the obstacles, their love remains steadfast, and they ultimately marry when Rachel's divorce becomes official. "The President's Lady" provides a glimpse into the tumultuous political landscape of early America and Andrew Jackson's rise to power. It showcases the sacrifices made by Rachel as she supports her husband's political ambitions, often enduring personal hardships and public criticism. The film portrays the strength of their bond and their shared determination to overcome adversity. It highlights the power of love and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of societal pressures and personal sacrifices. Through its captivating performances, rich historical details, and exploration of love amidst political challenges, "The President's Lady" presents a compelling narrative of a remarkable love story that defied conventions. It offers a glimpse into the personal lives of influential figures in American history and invites viewers to reflect on the complexities of love and the enduring power of human connection.
  • Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 u (a SOUR film) (2022)

    2022

    1h 37m

    7.2 IMDB

    Cast:  Olivia Rodrigo
    Follow Olivia Rodrigo as she recounts the memories of writing and creating her debut album. Take a look on her journey from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles.