Award-Winning

  • Four Weddings And A Funeral

    Movie

    1994 • R • Comedy, Romance, Drama, Award Winning

    Introducing the endearing awkwardness of Hugh Grant.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: This breezy, now-classic rom-com was the highest grossing British movie in history upon its release.

    Charming but perennially commitment-phobic Englishman Charles firs...

  • La Cage Aux Folles

    Movie

    Two of Europe's most virile male stars, Michel Serrault and Ugo Tognazzi, portray two very flamboyant, aging gay gentlemen. Tognazzi is the owner of a St. Tropez nightclub where the chief attraction is a drag act performed by his lover, Serrault. Tognazzi has a son from a former marriage who is e...

  • My Beautiful Laundrette

    Movie

    Two London youths, one a Pakastani, the other a white ounk, meet after several years apart. Together they accept a business proposition from the Pakistani's uncle to open a laundromat. They re-vamp it into a video and neon palace rivaling some of the New York clubs. These friends also become love...

  • Leaving Las Vegas

    Movie

    Ben Sanderson, a Hollywood talent rep, loses his job because of his drinking. Despondent, he goes to Las Vegas to end his life in one final binge. But, on the Stirp, his plans are interrupted when he meets Sera - a street-smart hooker. Ben and Sera's chance meeting becomes a respite on the road t...

  • Rain Man
    Movie

    Rain Man

    Movie

    When Charlie Babbitt goes home to the Midwest for his estranged father's funeral, he learns not only that he's been cut out of his inheritance, but that he has a grown brother - Raymond - who has been sheltered almost all of his life in an East Coast institution for the developmentally disabled. ...

  • Henry V
    Movie

    Henry V

    Movie

    Kenneth Branagh makes his feature-film directorial debut with this adaptation of William Shakespeare's Henry V. After the Chorus (Derek Jacobi) introduces the play, young King of England Henry V (Kenneth Branagh) begins an angry dialogue with King Charles of France (Paul Scofield). The king's son...

  • When I Walk

    Movie

    In 2006, 25-year-old Jason DaSilva was on vacation at the beach with family when, suddenly, he fell down. He couldn't get back up. His legs had stopped working; his disease could no longer be ignored. Just a few months earlier doctors had told him that he had multiple sclerosis, which could lead ...

  • Last Tango in Paris

    Movie

    Marlon Brando delivers a fascinating performance as a man torn apart by his wife's suicide who attempts to bury his grief in a sudden, purely carnal relationship with an alluring stranger (Maria Schneider).

  • Raging Bull

    Movie

    RAGING BULL is director Martin Scorsese's lacerating film biography of middleweight boxing champion Jake LaMotta, who was known during his brief reign as "the Bronx Bull." LaMotta (played with extraordinary brilliance by Robert De Niro) had early lessons in life: to steal and to fight. His aggres...

  • Lenny
    Movie

    Lenny

    Movie

    Interview-style biography of controversial and pioneering stand-up comedian Lenny Bruce. The film traces Bruce from his beginnings as a Catskills comic to his later underground popularity based on his anti-establishment politics and his scatological humor.

  • The Madness of King George

    Movie

    Based on the true story of the deteriorating mental health of Britain's King George III, "The Madness of King George" is historical drama at its entertaining best. With a cast of British acting royalty led by Nigel Hawthorne ("Amistad") as the "Mad King," the film features Helen Mirren ("The Quee...

  • The Madness of King George

    Based on the true story of the deteriorating mental health of Britain's King George III, "The Madness of King George" is historical drama at its entertaining best. With a cast of British acting royalty led by Nigel Hawthorne ("Amistad") as the "Mad King," the film features Helen Mirren ("The Quee...

  • Lenny

    Interview-style biography of controversial and pioneering stand-up comedian Lenny Bruce. The film traces Bruce from his beginnings as a Catskills comic to his later underground popularity based on his anti-establishment politics and his scatological humor.

  • Raging Bull

    RAGING BULL is director Martin Scorsese's lacerating film biography of middleweight boxing champion Jake LaMotta, who was known during his brief reign as "the Bronx Bull." LaMotta (played with extraordinary brilliance by Robert De Niro) had early lessons in life: to steal and to fight. His aggres...

  • Last Tango in Paris

    Marlon Brando delivers a fascinating performance as a man torn apart by his wife's suicide who attempts to bury his grief in a sudden, purely carnal relationship with an alluring stranger (Maria Schneider).

  • When I Walk

    In 2006, 25-year-old Jason DaSilva was on vacation at the beach with family when, suddenly, he fell down. He couldn't get back up. His legs had stopped working; his disease could no longer be ignored. Just a few months earlier doctors had told him that he had multiple sclerosis, which could lead ...

  • Henry V

    Kenneth Branagh makes his feature-film directorial debut with this adaptation of William Shakespeare's Henry V. After the Chorus (Derek Jacobi) introduces the play, young King of England Henry V (Kenneth Branagh) begins an angry dialogue with King Charles of France (Paul Scofield). The king's son...

  • Rain Man

    When Charlie Babbitt goes home to the Midwest for his estranged father's funeral, he learns not only that he's been cut out of his inheritance, but that he has a grown brother - Raymond - who has been sheltered almost all of his life in an East Coast institution for the developmentally disabled. ...

  • Leaving Las Vegas

    Ben Sanderson, a Hollywood talent rep, loses his job because of his drinking. Despondent, he goes to Las Vegas to end his life in one final binge. But, on the Stirp, his plans are interrupted when he meets Sera - a street-smart hooker. Ben and Sera's chance meeting becomes a respite on the road t...