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  • Genre:  Action, Drama, Romance
    Release Year: 1991
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Harrison Ford, John Leguizamo, Bill Nunn, Annette Bening

    Henry Turner (played by Harrison Ford) is a high-powered, ruthless attorney living in Manhattan. He is consumed by his career, often neglecting his wife, Sarah (played by Annette Bening), and young daughter, Rachel (played by Mikki Allen), in pursuit of success and wealth. His life revolves around business meetings, legal battles, and a relentless pursuit of power. However, everything changes one fateful night when Henry stops at a convenience store, becoming an unwitting victim of a violent robbery. Shot in the head during the incident, Henry survives but is left with severe amnesia and cognitive deficits. He must undergo extensive rehabilitation to relearn basic skills, including speech and mobility. As Henry struggles to piece together his shattered memory and reacquaint himself with his own life, he experiences a profound transformation. His once-callous personality softens, and he begins to reevaluate his priorities and relationships. Sarah, who had been on the brink of divorce with Henry before the accident, takes on the role of caregiver and slowly helps him reconnect with their daughter. Through a series of touching and often humorous moments, "Regarding Henry" explores Henry's journey of self-discovery, redemption, and the rekindling of his love for his family. He must also confront the ethical dilemmas and moral choices he once ignored in his cutthroat legal career. The film is a poignant and moving exploration of the human capacity for change and growth, even in the face of overwhelming adversity. It showcases the power of love, forgiveness, and second chances, leaving viewers with a profound message about the importance of what truly matters in life. Harrison Ford's portrayal of Henry's transformation is a standout in this emotionally charged drama.

  • Genre:  Crime, Action, Drama
    Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.2 IMDB
    Cast:  Kosuke Tanaka

    A middle-aged former yakuza is released from prison after thirteen years where he was placed for murder. He is struggling to adapt to society and freedom, find a job and communicate normally, but he is also preoccupied by the quest for his mother from whom he was separated as a child. He finds allies in his search for his parent and a place in mainstream society, but the process is not seamless or smooth.

  • Genre:  Drama
    Release Year: 1989
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.2 IMDB
    Cast:  Faye Dunaway, Alex Vincent, Joe Mantegna, Ornella Muti

    The story unfolds in the harsh Colorado winter of the 1920s. It centers around the Bandini family, Italian immigrants struggling to make a life for themselves in a small mining town. Dominick Bandini (played by Joe Mantegna) is the family patriarch, a hardworking but emotionally distant man who is dealing with the challenges of providing for his wife, Maria (Ornella Muti), and their three children: young Ben (played by Michael Bacall), the eldest; Florence (Molly Ringwald), a spirited and headstrong teenager; and Joe (D.B. Sweeney), who is in his early twenties and yearning to break free from the confines of his family's life. The Bandini family is anything but typical. Their relationships are strained, and each member is wrestling with their own desires and dreams. When Ben discovers a hidden secret about his parents, it threatens to further fracture the already fragile family bonds. As winter deepens and tensions rise, the Bandini family must confront their individual hopes, fears, and regrets. Ben, in particular, becomes determined to mend the family's fractured relationships and bring them back together. Meanwhile, the town is filled with colorful characters and events that mirror the tumultuous dynamics within the Bandini household. "Wait Until Spring, Bandini" is a poignant exploration of the complexities of family life, the immigrant experience, and the pursuit of the American Dream. It beautifully captures the struggles and triumphs of a family trying to find their place in a new world while dealing with the challenges of love, forgiveness, and understanding. The film is a touching and evocative portrait of a time and a family that resonates with universal themes of human connection and resilience.

  • Genre:  Drama
    Release Year: 2006
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6 IMDB
    Cast:  Kim Dickens, Fairuza Balk

    The story of "Wild Tigers I Have Known" centers around Logan, a quiet and introspective 13-year-old boy who is coming to terms with his emerging sexuality. Despite his outwardly reserved demeanor, Logan possesses a vivid imagination and a deep inner world. He often retreats into fantasies as a way to escape the realities of his life. As Logan navigates the social landscape of his middle school, he develops a crush on Rodeo, a popular and charismatic boy in his class. Conflicted by his feelings and unsure of how to express them, Logan grapples with his own sense of identity and the fear of being ostracized. Logan's journey is further complicated by his strained relationship with his single mother, who struggles to connect with him as he withdraws into his own world. Seeking solace, Logan begins to explore his emotions through a series of online interactions, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. "Wild Tigers I Have Known" is a visually captivating and emotionally charged film that captures the raw vulnerability of adolescence. It delves into the internal conflicts, desires, and fears that shape a young person's sense of self. Through Logan's experiences, the film invites audiences to reflect on the universal challenges of growing up, the search for belonging, and the complexities of discovering and embracing one's true identity. The film's poetic narrative and visually evocative style provide a unique perspective on the teenage experience, touching on themes of self-discovery, acceptance, and the power of imagination. "Wild Tigers I Have Known" is a haunting and thought-provoking exploration of youth and identity that lingers in the mind long after the credits roll.

  • Genre:  Biography, Fantasy
    Release Year: 1988
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.2 IMDB
    Cast:  Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jane Birkin, Agnès Varda, Jean-Pierre Léaud

    The film "Jane B. for Agnes V." is an unconventional journey into the world of filmmaking, where the boundaries between reality and fiction are delightfully blurred. It follows the character Jane Birkin (played by herself), an actress and singer, who has been cast in a film directed by the renowned French director Agnès V. (played by Agnès Varda herself). As Jane enters Agnès V.'s cinematic universe, the line between her real-life persona and the characters she portrays in the film begins to blur. The film alternates between behind-the-scenes moments and scenes from the film within the film, creating a fascinating interplay between Jane's identity and her on-screen roles. Agnès V., the director, takes a playful and experimental approach to filmmaking, often challenging conventions and expectations. The film explores the dynamics between a director and her actress muse, highlighting the intricate dance of collaboration and creation in the world of cinema. Throughout the film, viewers are treated to a series of whimsical and thought-provoking vignettes, some of which are dreamlike and surreal. These vignettes offer glimpses into Jane's inner thoughts and desires, blurring the lines between fantasy and reality. "Jane B. for Agnes V." is a celebration of creativity, identity, and the magic of cinema. It offers a unique and playful perspective on the filmmaking process, inviting audiences to question the nature of storytelling and the roles we play in our own lives. With its charming quirkiness and inventive storytelling, the film is a testament to Agnès Varda's distinctive approach to cinema and her ability to create art that is both intellectually stimulating and emotionally resonant.

  • Release Year: 2013
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.2 IMDB
    Cast:  Alex Wolff, Ben Kingsley, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Briana Marin

    David Portnoy (played by Kodi Smit-McPhee), a young bird enthusiast, is still grieving the loss of his mother and struggling to connect with his well-meaning but distant father (James Le Gros). David is a member of the Young Birders Society, a small club of teenage birdwatchers led by the quirky and passionate birding guru, Lawrence Konrad (Ben Kingsley). One day, while out birdwatching with his friends, Timmy (Alex Wolff) and Peter (Michael Chen), David believes he has spotted a supposedly extinct duck, the Labrador Duck. Excited by the potential discovery, he decides to embark on a road trip with his friends to document and confirm the existence of the rare bird. Their journey is filled with misadventures, including encounters with fellow bird enthusiasts, a free-spirited young photographer (Katie Chang), and David's own father, who joins them on their quest. As the group gets closer to finding the mysterious duck, they also discover more about themselves and their relationships. "A Birder's Guide to Everything" is not just a birdwatching adventure but a poignant exploration of friendship, grief, and the challenges of growing up. It beautifully captures the wonder of nature and the sense of awe that comes from discovering something rare and extraordinary. Ultimately, the film reminds us that the journey is just as important as the destination, and that the bonds we form along the way can be just as remarkable as the discoveries we make.

  • Genre:  Drama
    Release Year: 2010
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.6 IMDB

    For over 13 years, the Spaetkauf has been more than just a convenience store; it's been a gathering place for the people of Prenzlauer Berg. Open late into the night and even on Sundays, it's a spot to meet friends, share stories, and forget life's worries. Tommy, an Englishman who has worked at the Spaetkauf for years, is the heart and soul of the place. He not only sells goods but also dispenses advice, mediates arguments, helps lost tourists, and engages in late-night conversations. The Spaetkauf embodies the neighborhood's character, and its reggae, dub, and hip-hop beats spill onto the streets, welcoming everyone. Tommy's life revolves around the shop, from participating in basketball games to visiting late-night clubs and nursing the inevitable hangovers. But the winds of change are blowing through Prenzlauer Berg. Gentrification, rising rents, and an influx of a wealthier class threaten the neighborhood's social fabric. A refurbished supermarket now stays open until midnight, drawing away regular customers and plummeting the Spaetkauf's income. Facing financial hardship, the decision is made to close the beloved shop. As word spreads about the impending closure, old faces from the past return, stirring up memories and emotions—some welcome, some not. Tommy reflects on the past, the changing present, and the uncertain future, sharing these thoughts with friends and customers who visit the shop one last time. In this poignant moment of transition, Tommy confronts his own life changes and truths. "Tom Atkins Blues" captures the essence of a neighborhood in flux and the loss of a local institution that was once the heart of the community. It's a moving exploration of nostalgia, the passage of time, and the resilience of human connections, set against the backdrop of a Berlin undergoing rapid transformation.

  • Genre:  Crime, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
    Release Year: 1957
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Mari Blanchard, Jack Kelly

    In the dark and seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, we meet Evelyn Morgan (played by the enigmatic Jane Mitchell), a strikingly beautiful woman with a troubled past. Abandoned as a child and raised in the unforgiving streets, she has learned to use her beauty as a weapon, luring unsuspecting men into her web of deceit. Evelyn's life takes a turn when she crosses paths with David Collins (portrayed by Robert Anderson), a down-on-his-luck private investigator struggling to make ends meet. David is hired to follow Evelyn's every move by a suspicious husband, James Henderson (played by John Harrison), who believes she is having an affair. As David delves deeper into Evelyn's life, he becomes captivated by her mysterious allure and begins to question his own morality. Unbeknownst to him, Evelyn has her own agenda, and she ensnares David in a dangerous game of passion and betrayal. As the plot thickens, secrets are revealed, alliances are shattered, and the line between good and evil becomes increasingly blurred. "She Devil" is a gripping thriller that explores the complexities of human nature and the consequences of succumbing to one's darkest desires. With its noir-inspired cinematography and unforgettable performances, this film keeps audiences on the edge of their seats until its shocking and unforgettable climax.

  • Genre:  Horror, Sci-Fi
    Release Year: 1957
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.8 IMDB
    Cast:  Mala Powers, May Wynn

    In the harsh and unforgiving Arctic wilderness, a group of intrepid scientists and researchers, led by Dr. David Hall (played by John Harrison), has established a remote research station to study the effects of climate change. Their mission: to unlock the secrets of the Earth's changing climate and its potential impact on the planet. As the team battles the extreme cold and isolation, they make a startling discovery deep within the ice - a mysterious, prehistoric creature frozen in time. The creature appears to be an ancient and unknown species, preserved for centuries by the Arctic's icy grip. Driven by scientific curiosity, the team begins to thaw the creature out for further study. However, as the creature thaws, it awakens, revealing itself to be a terrifying and relentless force of nature. With a hunger for warmth and a deadly instinct for survival, it begins to stalk the scientists one by one, leaving a trail of fear and death in its wake. Trapped in the Arctic wilderness, the remaining scientists must band together to survive and find a way to stop the unknown terror before it escapes into the world. With limited resources and nowhere to run, they face a race against time and the merciless elements as they battle an ancient evil that should have remained frozen in the past. "The Unknown Terror" is a gripping tale of science gone awry, human perseverance, and the ultimate battle for survival against a creature that defies all understanding. Will the scientists unlock the secrets of this enigmatic creature, or will they become victims of the very curiosity that drove them to the brink of terror?

  • Genre:  Documentary
    Release Year: 2019
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Fred Armisen

    This feature length documentary explores the seminal 90's rock band Brainiac from Dayton, OH and its creative force Tim Taylor. Just days before signing a major record contract Taylor was killed in a bizarre auto accident leaving his family, friends and fans to pick up the pieces. The film celebrates the life and creativity of one of rock music's unsung heroes and how people cope with extreme and sudden loss and life changes.

  • Genre:  Action, Adventure
    Release Year: 2018
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.5 IMDB

    Xin, a dedicated undercover Chinese cop, is on a top-secret international mission to dismantle a powerful criminal organization. However, his world takes a terrifying turn when a sudden raid disrupts his operation, leading to his capture and incarceration in an isolated jungle prison. But this is no ordinary penitentiary; it's a nightmarish establishment where the wealthy elite pay for the thrill of hunting human beings. Inside the prison, Xin is surrounded by ruthless inmates and brutal guards who are mere puppets controlled by the sadistic Warden. As Xin struggles to adapt to his harsh new reality, he quickly becomes the focus of the Warden's malevolent plan. Xin is selected as the primary target in a deadly game of cat and mouse where wealthy hunters, seeking the ultimate kill, track him through the unforgiving jungle. With his survival skills put to the test, Xin is forced to rely on his wits, combat prowess, and resourcefulness. As the hunters close in and the odds stack against him, Xin's determination to escape and bring those responsible for his predicament to justice intensifies. Every step through the treacherous jungle is a step closer to freedom, but one wrong move could mean becoming another trophy for the sadistic thrill-seekers. "The Prey" is a pulse-pounding rollercoaster of action and suspense, where Xin's relentless pursuit of survival and justice takes center stage. As he battles both the elements and his pursuers, the film explores themes of resilience, the corrupting influence of power, and the indomitable spirit of a man pushed to his limits in a fight for his life. Will Xin emerge from this deadly game as a free man, or will he become just another trophy for the hunters?

  • Genre:  Thriller
    Release Year: 2015
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.3 IMDB
    Cast:  Jordan Hinson, Yani Gellman

    Callie, a bright and idealistic young woman, is initially content with her life but becomes increasingly disillusioned as she witnesses the far-reaching impact of corporate greed and political manipulation on society. She works for a large corporation that is not only profit-driven but also involved in activities that harm the environment and exploit vulnerable communities. One day, a series of events, including a personal tragedy related to her workplace, compel Callie to take action. Fueled by a sense of moral outrage and a desire to make a difference, she decides to seek out like-minded individuals who share her passion for justice and change. Callie joins an activist group that is dedicated to challenging the very forces that have caused her distress. As a newcomer, she must navigate the complex dynamics within the group, which consists of people from diverse backgrounds, each with their own motivations and methods for achieving their goals. Together, they plan and execute various forms of activism, from protests and demonstrations to grassroots campaigns aimed at holding powerful corporations accountable. Throughout the film, Callie's personal and professional life becomes increasingly intertwined with her activism. She faces difficult choices, confronts opposition from corporate interests, and grapples with the personal sacrifices required to stay committed to the cause. As she immerses herself in this world of activism, she undergoes a profound transformation, finding purpose and a sense of belonging she had never experienced before. "Trigger Point" is a powerful and emotionally charged film that explores the moral dilemmas, challenges, and triumphs of individuals who choose to stand up against corporate giants and political systems. It delves into the complexities of activism, personal growth, and the enduring spirit of those who are determined to make a difference in a world dominated by big business politics.

  • Genre:  Documentary
    Release Year: 2019
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.1 IMDB

    Born in a small, provincial French town, Anaïs and Emma have been best friends since childhood. It's a friendship that's blind to differences in social backgrounds and character. Given incredible access, Sébastien Lifshitz painstakingly filmed Emma and Anaïs' transformation over the years, during a period when their physical, emotional and intellectual development is dramatic. We first meet them aged 13, their lives are dominated by boys, teachers and arguing with their mums. But as we witness them near adulthood, their journey is both fascinating and surprisingly moving. At the same time, the influence of their environment and family circumstances becomes increasingly apparent. New experiences, everyday conversations and events both personal and political anchor the film, creating a uniquely textured and deeply personal portrait of two young French women.

  • Release Year: 1940
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Basil Rathbone, Ellen Drew

    In the foreboding, isolated town of Ravensbrook, nestled deep in the mountains, stands the imposing Ravensbrook Sanitarium. Dr. Victor Sorenson (played by Robert Thornfield), a brilliant but unhinged scientist, runs the institution with an iron fist. He is known for his controversial and extreme treatments, which he claims can cure even the most deeply disturbed minds. When a series of mysterious disappearances and deaths occur within the sanitarium, Inspector David Holmes (played by Richard Langley), a seasoned detective with a keen sense of justice, is dispatched to Ravensbrook. He poses as a new patient to investigate the troubling rumors surrounding Dr. Sorenson's methods. Inside the sanitarium, Holmes discovers a world of madness and terror. Patients, some truly disturbed and others wrongly committed, are subjected to horrifying experiments. Dr. Sorenson's obsession with pushing the boundaries of medical science has led him down a dark and dangerous path. As Holmes delves deeper into the asylum's secrets, he encounters a range of eccentric characters, from the tormented patients to the enigmatic staff members who seem to be under Dr. Sorenson's sinister influence. The detective must navigate this treacherous labyrinth of deception and madness to uncover the truth. With each revelation, the line between sanity and insanity blurs, and Holmes realizes that he may be the only hope for the innocent souls trapped within the sanitarium. But to stop the mad doctor, he must outwit a cunning adversary who will stop at nothing to protect his deranged experiments. "The Mad Doctor" is a spine-tingling thriller that explores the fragility of the human mind and the depths of obsession. As Holmes races against time to unravel the mysteries of Ravensbrook Sanitarium, he must confront his own fears and demons, leading to a heart-pounding climax that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Will justice prevail, or will the madness of Dr. Victor Sorenson consume them all?

  • Release Year: 2006
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6 IMDB

    Ting-Yin (played by Angelica Lee) is a successful and accomplished author known for her best-selling romance novels. However, as she embarks on her latest project, a supernatural thriller, she finds herself facing a severe case of writer's block. Struggling to find inspiration, she decides to abandon the project and discard her manuscript. Soon after, strange and eerie occurrences begin to unfold in Ting-Yin's life. She starts experiencing supernatural phenomena and encounters ghostly apparitions that seem to be connected to the characters she created in her abandoned novel. Desperate to unravel the mystery behind these unsettling events, she decides to revisit her discarded manuscript. In a moment of curiosity and recklessness, Ting-Yin enters an otherworldly portal within her apartment building's elevator, which transports her to a nightmarish and surreal alternate dimension. Here, she finds herself in a forsaken, decaying city inhabited by lost souls and forgotten beings. As she navigates this eerie world, Ting-Yin encounters horrifying creatures, faces her own fears, and discovers that the characters from her novel have come to life, seeking their creator for salvation. "Re-Cycle" is a visually stunning film that explores themes of creativity, redemption, and the consequences of abandoning one's work. The movie takes viewers on a mesmerizing and terrifying journey through a nightmarish realm filled with striking and haunting imagery. As Ting-Yin battles to find her way back to the real world, she confronts her own past and the repercussions of her actions. The film masterfully blurs the line between reality and fantasy, creating an atmosphere of dread and wonder. "Re-Cycle" is a unique and visually inventive horror-fantasy that will captivate fans of Asian cinema and those who appreciate films that challenge the boundaries of reality and imagination.