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  • Battle Royale (2000)

    Cast:  Stephanie Komure, Chiaki Kuriyama, Stephanie Sheh, Tatsuya Fujiwara
    Forty-two students, three days, one deserted Island: welcome to Battle Royale. A group of ninth-grade students from a Japanese high school have been forced by legislation to compete in a Battle Royale. The students are sent off to kill each other in a no-holds-barred game to the death, until one survives -- or they all die. Some decide to play the game like the psychotic Kiriyama or the sexual Mitsuko, while others are trying to find a way to get off the Island without violence. However, as the numbers dwindle is there any way for Shuya and his classmates to survive? —Prissy Panda Princess
  • A Home of Our Own (1993)

    1993

    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    Cast:  Kathy Bates, Edward Furlong, Soon-Tek Oh, Tony Bill
    The story begins in Los Angeles when Frances Lacey (Kathy Bates) takes her six children and drives north to find a home of their own away from the bad influences of the big city. —Linda Palladino
  • Tart (2001)

    2001

    1h 37m

    4.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Lacey Chabert, Dominique Swain, Melanie Griffith, Mischa Barton
    After her only friend is expelled from their private school in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Cat Storm wants to get close to a boy she is attracted to and recreate herself with new friends. But her new friends are unreliable, her boyfriend is troubled, her parents are cold and indifferent, and she increasingly finds herself unloved. —Bill Davis
  • Fight Club (1999)

    1999

    1h 37m

    8.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Helena Bonham Carter, Edward Norton, Holt McCallany, Eion Bailey
    A nameless first person narrator (Edward Norton) attends support groups in attempt to subdue his emotional state and relieve his insomniac state. When he meets Marla (Helena Bonham Carter), another fake attendee of support groups, his life seems to become a little more bearable. However when he associates himself with Tyler (Brad Pitt) he is dragged into an underground fight club and soap making scheme. Together the two men spiral out of control and engage in competitive rivalry for love and power. —Rhiannon
  • The Holcroft Covenant (1985)

    1985

    1h 37m

    5.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Michael Caine, Victoria Tennant, Anthony Andrews, Lilli Palmer
    Noel Holcroft is a foreign-born American citizen working in New York City as an architect. In Geneva, he meets with a respected Swiss banker who tells him he has been designated to be executor of a huge four and a half billion dollar trust fund designed to make reparations for the war crimes of the Nazis. Holcroft's father, who committed suicide in 1945, was a key Hitler financial advisor, who became conscience-stricken about German war atrocities, turned against the Führer, and covertly diverted Nazi funds to a secret Swiss account. Under the terms of the covenant, Holcroft must locate the sons of his father's two associates so they can jointly activate their fathers' account. They battle the sinister forces seem to be trying to prevent them from signing the document, as it is believed that it will be used to establish a Fourth Reich. —[email protected]
  • The Mad Hatter (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    2.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Michael Berryman
    Henry and three of his classmates encounter mind-bending ghostly terror when they volunteer for a weekend study with their psychology professor in the haunted 'Mad Hatter' mansion.
  • The Prodigal Son (1981)

    1981

    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    Cast:  Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, Biao Yuen
    A rich man's son (Yuen Biao) believes himself to be the best kung fu fighter in Canton. Unfortunately, his father, anxious for his son's safety, bribes all his opponents to lose. After a humiliating defeat at the hands of an actor in a traveling theatre company, the son resolves to find a better teacher. Furious kung fu battles and slapstick comedy. —Richard Hills
  • Kygo: Live at the Hollywood Bowl (2017)

    2017

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Kygo has done it all and in seemingly no time. Hailing from Norway, he not only became the first artist to a billion streams, but he created a new genre altogether, one that is now a staple sound on the radio: tropical house. It wasn't as easy as it sounds. Beginning as a finance major, Kygo, real name Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, played around with music as a hobby. It wasn't until he dropped out to pursue music that his life began to change. A few years later and now he's come to the legendary Hollywood Bowl for a sold out performance filled with guests and lasers and lights and more visual surprises than one can count. He's always associated this venue with Jimi Hendrix. So how did he get here? In his words, "That's a good question, actually." Exploring his journey from bedroom musician to international sensation, Kygo: Live at the Hollywood Bowl follows Kygo as he prepares for the big show, from arrival to rehearsal, from the green room to the stage. He's joined along the way by a wide array of special guests, including Seal, G-Eazy, Parson James, and Conrad Sewell. Featuring hits like Firestone, Stole the Show, and Sexual Healing, Kygo: Live at the Hollywood Bowl brings Kygo's astounding live show directly to his fans.
  • Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    A look at the life and work of author Amy Tan.
  • I Lost My Body (2019)

    Cast:  Alia Shawkat, Dev Patel, George Wendt, Barbara Goodson
    In a Parisian laboratory, a severed hand escapes its unhappy fate and sets out to reconnect with its body. During a hair-raising escapade across the city, the extremity fends off pigeons and rats alike to reunite with pizza boy Naoufel. Its memories of Naoufel and his love for librarian Gabrielle may provide answers about what caused the hand's separation, and a poetic backdrop for a possible reunion between the three. Based on Guillaume Laurant's novel "Happy Hand." —Netflix
  • Horrorplanet (1981)

    1981

    1h 37m

    4 IMDB

    Cast:  Judy Geeson, Victoria Tennant, Stephanie Beacham, Robert Pugh
    A group of scientists are working in a lab located on a distant planet. One of them, Sandy, is attacked, raped and impregnated by a monstrous creature. She then begins to stalk her colleagues one by one, killing them and drinking their blood. —Marty McKee
  • Suzhou River (2000)

    2000

    1h 37m

    7.4 IMDB

    Cast:  Xun Zhou
    The river Suzhou that flows through Shanghai is a reservoir of filth, chaos and poverty, but also a meeting place for memories and secrets. Lou Ye, who spent his youth on the banks of the Suzhou, shows the river as a Chinese Styx, in which forgotten stories and mysteries come together. Mardar, a motorcycle courier in his mid-twenties, rides all over the city with all kinds of packages for his clients. He knows every inch and is successful thanks to the fact that he never asks questions. One day he is asked by a shady alcohol smuggler to deliver his sixteen-year-old daughter, Moudan, to her aunt. Mardar and Moudan grow fond of each other. But their tender happiness is disrupted when Moudan thinks that Mardar has kidnapped her for a ransom. She is so disappointed in him that she jumps off the bridge into the Suzhou River. Mardar is now suspected of murder. When a couple of years later he comes out of jail, he meets the dancer Meimei, an alter-ego of Moudan, and becomes fascinated by her. —Bastiaan van Gestel
  • Broken Harts (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    7 IMDB

    This two-hour film will examine the tragic lives and deaths of the mysterious Hart family, exploring the void between their idyllic online persona and the heart breaking reality in which their children lived - calling into question a system that critically failed to protect six innocent children.
  • Edvard Munch (1974)

    Following a rough chronology from 1884 to 1894, when Norwegian artist Edvard Munch began expressionism and established himself as northern Europe's most maligned and controversial artist, the film also flashes back to the death from consumption of his mother, when he was five, his sister's death, and his near death at 13 from pulmonary disease. The film finds enduring significance in Munch's brief affair with "Mrs. Heiberg" and his participation in the café society of anarchist Hans Jaeger in Christiania and later in Berlin with Strindberg. Through it all comes Munch's melancholy and his desire to render on canvas, cardboard, paper, stone, and wood his innermost feelings. —
  • Farewell, Friend (1968)

    Cast:  Charles Bronson, Alain Delon, Olga Georges-Picot
    After serving together in the French Foreign Legion, a mercenary and a doctor leave the service and go their separate ways. Later, they are reunited by a coincidence. The doctor has made a promise to a friend which involves his breaking into a safe to return some improperly removed bearer bonds. When he hides in an office building to accomplish his task, he is followed by the mercenary, who is out to steal the contents of the safe. Locked inside the building together, they reluctantly agree to cooperate in cracking the safe. However, surprises await them both and in the end, they both must rely on 'the honor among thieves' to straighten everything out. —Tad Dibbern