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  • Eyes of a Stranger (1981)

    1981

    1h 37m

    6 IMDB

    Cast:  Jennifer Jason Leigh, Lauren Tewes, Luke Halpin
    Enterprising local news anchor Jane Harris discovers that one of her neighbors is actually the serial killer/rapist who has been terrorizing the city. Jane must prove her suspicions before the killer gets to her. —Chris Holland
  • Flight World War II (2015)

    2015

    1h 37m

    4.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Aqueela Zoll, Robbie Kay, Faran Tahir, Trista Robinson
    Flight 42 was on its way, when it comes across an unidentifiable storm. Realizing they must go through, find themselves in France, 1940, World war II. A young soldier (Robbie Kay) tells them they are in the middle of a war zone. Dodging bullets and bombs the flight will attempt to make it back to modern day, without changing history too much. —emilyh9817
  • The Call of the Wild (1972)

    1972

    1h 37m

    6 IMDB

    Cast:  Charlton Heston, Michèle Mercier
    A house dog is abducted and brought to the north as a sled dog.
  • Escape from Fort Bravo (1953)

    1953

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Cast:  Howard McNear, John Forsythe, William Holden, Eleanor Parker
    A ruthless Union captain is renowned throughout his prison fort as the toughest soldier in the business, capable of capturing every escaped convict under his supervision. However, when he falls in love with a visiting woman some of the prisoners seize the advantage and try to escape while he is in a more "mellow" mood. —Jonathon Dabell
  • Bon Lin (2014)

    2014

    1h 37m

    6 IMDB

    Natsuko Yotsuya (Ema Sakura) is a teenager and she is also known as Bon.She lives in a town and has a friend, Miyu-chan, who lives with her boyfriend in Tokyo. Miyu-chan though is abused by her boyfriend. To bring back her friend back, Natsuko and her childhood friend Rintaro Tomoda (Mahiro Takasugi), also known as Lin, go to Tokyo together. With the help of a man, who they met through an internet forum for "boys' love" manga fans, they head to Miyu-chan's house.
  • Irreconcilable Differences (1984)

    1984

    1h 37m

    5.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Sharon Stone, Drew Barrymore, Shelley Long, Ryan O'Neal
    Albert and Lucy fall in love, get married, and have a daughter Casey. Everything is wonderful, until their work distracts Albert and Lucy from each other and Casey. They soon divorce and start fighting. Casey, who spends much time with their Latino maid and childminder, eventually decides to seek legal emancipation from her parents, and to go and live full time with the maid who has been taking care of her. The media pick up the case and have a field day with it, making things worse. —Brian W Martz
  • Sour Grapes (2016)

    2016

    1h 37m

    7.2 IMDB

    Documentary about the fine and rare wine auction market centering around a counterfeiter who befriended the rich and powerful and sold millions of dollars of fraudulent wine through the top auction houses.
  • Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger! (2012)

    2012

    1h 37m

    5.4 IMDB

    Cast:  David Tennant, Pam Ferris, Pixie Davies, Jason Watkins
    This sequel to the popular British comedy sees a new teacher (David Tennant) take over. When he enters his school in the National 'Song for Christmas' Competition, he and his pregnant wife, and the schoolchildren, embark on an epic road trip that ends up with a birth and a donkey, where he must embrace his fears and become a hero. —Anonymous
  • Pursued (1947)

    Cast:  Robert Mitchum, Harry Carey Jr., Teresa Wright, Judith Anderson
    After his family is murdered in the 1880s, orphan Jeb Rand (Robert Mitchum) is raised by the Callum family on their nearby horse ranch. He remains haunted by this childhood trauma in a recurring nightmare of flashing spurs and confinement inside a trap door as his family is slaughtered. Widow Callum (Dame Judith Anderson) does her best to make Jeb feel loved as he is growing up, but the young man stubbornly maintains a sense of his own identity. While he has great affection for his foster-sister Thor (Teresa Wright), his relationship with her brother Adam (John Rodney) is tenuous at best, especially when Jeb blames him for shooting a colt that he was riding. Although Mrs. Callum blames the incident on deer hunters, she is aware that the it was actually the attempted murder of the youngster by her brother-in-law Grant (Dean Jagger), a shadowy figure who, for vague reasons, is determined to harm Jeb. Jeb loses a coin flip with Adam, and becomes the designated family volunteer to fight in the Spanish-American War. Jeb returns a hero, but does not find happiness. Although Thor loves him, Adam is resentful about sharing the farm's profits, and the omnipresent, enigmatic Grant remains at the fringes of Jeb's life, waiting for a chance to revenge himself on the young man in some mysterious vendetta as Jeb continues trying to exorcise his demons. —[email protected]
  • Puppylove (2013)

    2013

    1h 37m

    5.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Vincent Perez, Joel Basman, Luc Schiltz
    At 14, Diane is an enigmatic teenager and a loner. She is busy bringing up her little brother, Marc, and has an intense relationship with her father, Christian. The appearance of Julia, a young charismatic and emancipated English girl, in her neighbourhood turns Diane's everyday life upside down. Diane, who wants to break the bounds of childhood at any price, goes through the most dramatic experiences of her life in the space of six months. The closer she is to Julia, the more she turns her back on morality, paying no attention to the consequences or the limits of her desires. —Delphine Lehericey
  • Reap the Wild Wind (1942)

    1942

    1h 37m

    6.7 IMDB

    Cast:  John Wayne, Louise Beavers, Barbara Britton, Paulette Goddard
    Clipper ships taking the shortest route between the Mississippi and the Atlantic often end up on the shoals of Key West in the 1840s. Salvaging the ships' cargos has become a lucrative business for two companies -- one headed by a feisty young woman. Then she falls in love with the captain of a wrecked ship while he recuperates at her home. She travels to Charleston and is charming to the man most likely to be head of the captain's company, thinking she will be able to get the captain the position he wants on the company's first steam ship. —Dale O'Connor
  • Suzanne's Career (1963)

    1963

    1h 37m

    7 IMDB

    Cast:  Patrick Bauchau
    In the second of Rohmer's moral tales, he examines the relationship between two friends and a girl who at first appears easily exploited. It is a complex tale of feelings and misconceptions, acted out within the head of the main character, as part of Rohmer's attempt to more easily simulate the mindscape quality of literature within a film. —David Gibson
  • The Voyeur (1994)

    1994

    1h 37m

    5.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Tinto Brass, Frank Finlay, Stefania Sandrelli
    Nurturing a strange, almost morbid bond with his statuesque young wife, Silvia, the recently dumped literature professor, Eduardo, struggles to understand. Now, convinced that Silvia has left him for another man, Eduardo, Dodo to his friends, finds himself unable to resist the pure magnetism of his bedridden father's scantily-clad live-in nurse, Fausta, and his seductive Congolese student, Pascasie. More and more, tormented by suspicion and obsessed with the thought of Silvia, Dodo ends up reconstructing the truth through his memories, assuming the role he's been assigned by destiny: that of the man who loves watching. —Nick Riganas
  • 3 Tickets to Paradise (2021)

    2021

    1h 37m

    3.8 IMDB

    Cast:  Martin Kove, Eric Etebari
    AJ Parker, her ex-husband and a federal agent head for a ghost town in Mexico called Paradise in search for a hidden cache of 5000 stolen double eagle $20 gold coins.
  • This Happy Breed (1944)

    1944

    1h 37m

    7.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Stanley Holloway, Celia Johnson, John Mills, Robert Newton
    Episodic telling of 20 years of the working-class Gibbons family in their South London rental house from 1919 to 1939--from just after the conclusion of WWI to just before the start of WWII. Beyond the profound effect of such world events on their lives, and the ebbs and flows of general western society in all aspects, husband and wife Frank and Ethel Gibbons must hold their family together through other, more personal events. Besides their immediate family, their household consists of her mother, Mrs. Flint, who is always feigning that she is on her deathbed; and his spinster sister Sylvia Gibbons, who clings to odd notions of life as her only sense of independence; these two don't get along, each seeing the other as an intrusion on the household. The three Gibbons offspring are a disparate group but generally get along. Only son Reg is easily swayed, especially by his best friend Sam Leadbitter, who wants to see social justice at all cost. While she secretly loves Sam, level-headed older daughter Vi doesn't like Sam's influence on Reg and his life choices. Younger daughter Queenie hates their "common life" and will do almost anything to escape it, meaning that she will not marry Billy Mitchell, who has always loved her, and she has always loved him in her own way although he isn't her idea of husband material. Billy, a career sailor in the British Navy, is the son of their next-door neighbor, Frank's best friend and "Johnnie Walker and soda"-drinking buddy Bob Mitchell; they originally met on the battlefield in 1915, fighting for the British in different regiments. —Huggo