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  • Freezer



    Everyday guy, Robert (Dylan McDermott of TV's HOSTAGES, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN), fights for his life when he awakens locked inside an industrial freezer, having been put there by Russian thugs. The mob insists he returns the $8 million he stole from them, but Robert has no idea what they are talking ...

  • The Manchurian Candidate


    A U.S. Army platoon, captured by Communists during the Korean War, is whisked to Manchuria for three nightmarish days of experimental drug-and-hypnosis-induced "brainwashing." The aftermath transforms one of the captors (decorated with the Congressional Medal of Honor) (Laurence Harvey) into an o...

  • The Center of the World


    What should have been a simple cash-for-sex arrangement sends a young computer genius and a beautiful stripper on an emotionally shattering journey into their deepest erotic fantasies. Captured with raw, voyeuristic intimacy, it's a provocative, sensual tour de force from acclaimed independent fi...

  • Invasion of the Body Snatchers


    San Francisco is under full-scale attack by mysterious alien seed pods in director Philip Kaufman's stylish remake of the 1956 Don Siegel science-fiction classic. Donald Sutherland plays a public-health inspector with Brooke Adams as his assistant. Following the strange blanketing of the city by ...

  • The Young Americans


    Harvey Keitel is John Harris, a Drug Enforcement Agent on the trail fo Carl Frazer (Vigo Mortensen). Frazer will stop at nothing to seize the mob's drug trade, recruiting violent street punks to do his killing. Harris' only hope is to enlist Chris, a confused dead-end kid whose only allegiance is...

  • The Queen

    The Queen


    2006 • PG-13 • Biography, Drama, Award Winning

    Queen Elizabeth II in the wake of tragedy.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: Helen Mirren’s remarkable performance stunningly showcases the true weight of the crown - and maintaining a public persona.

    In the aftermath of Princess Diana’s shocking death in a...

  • Baby Boom

    Baby Boom


    J.C. Wiatt (Diane Keaton), a six-figure workaholic management consultant who is also known to her colleagues as the "Tiger Lady," learns that she has "inherited" an apple-cheeked, 14-month-old girl! No way, Jos?, is J.C. going to keep this career-inhibiting menace-- it's off to the adoption agenc...

  • Capote



    2005 • R • Biography, Drama, Award Winning

    The story-behind-the-story of writing ‘In Cold Blood.’

    WHY WE PICKED IT: Philip Seymour Hoffman’s transformative performance is a riveting, poignant portrayal of an oft-mythologized American icon.

    Celebrated author Truman Capote is reveling in ...

  • 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...

  • The Hound of the Baskervilles


    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous story gets the gorgeously gothic treatment in "The Hound of the Baskervilles," starring Peter Cushing as a wry and brilliant Sherlock Holmes, Andrí© Morell as an unusually sensible Dr. Watson, and Christopher Lee as Sir Henry Baskerville, seemingly threatened ...

  • Four Weddings And A Funeral


    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...

  • Rain Man

    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. ...

  • Eat Drink Man Woman


    1994 • R • Comedy, Romance, International

    This is one family dinner you don't want to miss.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: In his follow up to 'The Wedding Banquet,' Ang Lee serves up the finale of his "Father Knows Best" trilogy, beautifully juxtaposing tradition and modernity.

    A master chef loving...

  • Lars and the Real Girl


    Lars Lindstrom is an awkwardly shy young man in a small town who finally brings home the girl of his dreams to his brother and sister-in-law's home. The only problem is that she's not real - she's a sex doll Lars ordered off of the internet. But sex is not what Lars has in mind, but rather a deep...

  • The Last September


    1999 • R • Drama, History, Romance

    A young woman comes of age in a changing Ireland.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: This lush British drama featuring a pitch-perfect Maggie Smith cleverly focuses on the reality behind a fading aristocracy.

    In 1920 County Cork, Sir Richard Naylor and his wife reside ...

  • Much Ado About Nothing


    1993 • PG-13 • Comedy, Drama, Romance

    A star-studded adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: Branaugh brings one of Shakespeare’s best comedies to life with a fun, rousing affection that’s evident from start to finish.

    The story of two couples - confirmed bachelor Benedic...

  • And Then There Was One


    Struggling for years Roxy (Amy Madigan) and Vinnie (Dennis Boutsikaris) finally conceive a child. They learn that their newborn has AIDS and soon afterward, the two are also diagnosed.

  • High Tension


    2003 • R • Horror, Crimes & Thrillers, International

    A gruesome horror movie with a twist.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: This French slasher film features over-the-top gore and a surprise ending that will leave you rethinking everything you’ve just seen.

    Best friends Alex and Marie head off to the...

  • Silent Night


    2012 • R • Comedy, Horror, Mystery & Suspense

    A killer Santa Claus is on the loose.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: This reimagining of the original 1984 cult classic is imbued with a darkly tongue-in-cheek humor and enough gore to keep horror fans happy.

    On Christmas Eve in a small Midwestern town, ...

  • Contemporary Color


    2016 • PG-13 • Documentary, Music & Musicals

    David Byrne’s dazzling celebration of synchronized dance.

    WHY WE PICKED IT: This beautifully filmed, eclectic, kinetic event boasts original music from artists including Saint Vincent, Nelly Furtado, and Ad-Rock.

    Legendary musician and former...