2006 Movies (By Title)

5ive Girls

5ive Girls

    • NONE
    • 95 min
    • Horror

    Five wayward teenage girls are sent to a reformatory and discover they possess unique powers to battle the ancient demon, Legion, which holds thrall over the sinister institution.

    6 Brothaz in a Cadillac

      • R
      • 84 min

      6 freestyle rappers run into a various bunch of characters while en-route to a battle royal competition. While on their journey they come to some serious realizations about their common overuse of the "N" word.

      - Written by

      Anonymous

      666: The Child

      666: The Child

        • Unrated
        • 80 min
        • Horror

        After a plane crash where a boy is the only survival, the famous anchor Erika Lawson convinces her husband and cameraman Scott to adopt the child. They bring Donald home and Scott's father Big Jake offers to take care of him while the couple works. However, after a series of bizarre accidents that culminates with the death of Jake, the nanny Lucy Fir comes to the Lawson's home to work. However, Lucy is actually a follower of the Anti-Christ and together with Donald, they bring more tragedies to the Lawson's family. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

        7 Days

        7 Days

          • NONE
          • 95 min
          • Comedy

          Claudio Caballero is a young guy with a stalled dream. Frustrated by years of trying make it big as a local Monterrey concert promoter - and plagued by memories of the nascent success of his late brother, Claudio places a bet in a clandestine casino in a desperate and crazy attempt to win enough money to bring the world's biggest act to town: U2. After losing the bet, Claudio is granted seven days to make the concert happen -- with the unexpected help of the Mafia boss's likeable but thuggish son Tony -- or face the wrath of the mafia.

          7 Years

          7 Years

            • Unrated
            • 86 min
            • Documentary

            A devoted young woman becomes ensnared in a web of sexuality and betrayal in Jean-Pascal Hattu’s consistently unpredictable and finely wrought character study. A vividly realistic psychosexual drama, the film’s sharp emotional honesty heralds a distinct new voice from a promising young director. Hattu soon reveals that Maite’s husband Vincent is in prison for an unspecified crime, and that she has promised to wait for him and attend to his laundry (if not his conjugal needs) during his incarceration. On one of her weekly visits, Maite meets Jean, an oddly inquisitive and boldly flirtatious prison warden, and soon the two commence a joyless affair. Seemingly smitten with Maite, Jean, in a gesture of kindness to his lover, eases up on her husband behind bars; the two become pals and even engage in some homoerotic shower talk. —Robert O’Shaughnessy

            9/11: Press For Truth

            9/11: Press For Truth

              • Unrated
              • 125 min
              • Documentary

              Out of the grieving thousands left behind on September 11th, a small group of activist families emerged to demand answers. In '9/11 Press For Truth', six of them (including three of the famous "Jersey Girls") tell for the first time the powerful story of how they took on the powers in Washington and won! compelling an investigation, only to subsequently watch the 9/11 Commission fail in answering most of their questions.

              95 Miles to Go

              95 Miles to Go

                • R
                • 81 min
                • Documentary

                Ray Romano's eight-day drive through the south on a stand-up comedy tour becomes more than he bargains for when longtime friend and opening act, Tom Caltabiano, brings a film student along to document their thousand-mile journey. Together, all three struggle with Ray's obsessions, phobias, and insecurities in this unscripted exploration of newfound fame.

                A 78-as szent Johannája

                • 63%
                • G
                • 24 min
                • Short

                Joan is a member of a group of volunteers. She participates in staged accidents. Her kindness is impossible. She is perhaps Joan of Arc. The first scene of an opera triptych.

                A Belly Full of Dreams

                  • Unrated
                  • 90 min
                  • Fantasy

                  "A Belly full of Dreams" is about Ramu, a boy of 9 had a simple dream of going to school. As with everything in his life, he invested the dream in the belly of the puppet Narrator Know-it-all. Know-it-all, knowing it all, realized that the dream would lie wasted if he didn't talk about it and so began the fable of Ramu - a rag picker who carries the burden of supporting a lazy father, a sickly mother and a life not facilitating his immediate fundamental right - EDUCATION! As the narrative alternates between the puppet world and the real world, we follow Ramu in his travails, exploring both his physical and emotional journeys as he confronts a corrupt system that is threatening to destroy the Nation. Bruised and battered he struggled, but never gave up-his will so strong that it broke the universe from its slumber. The universe conspired to help and sends forth a tooth fairy; to unleash her magic, to set right a broken System and to revive the sagging Belly of the puppet Know-it-all. A magic so beautiful, that it made true the little boy's dream. Written by Prakash Kovelamudi

                  A Bittersweet Life

                  A Bittersweet Life

                    • NONE
                    • 120 min
                    • Action

                    When he does come to discover Heesoo's secret lover directly in her home, he fiercely beats him, but seeing the girl's traumatized state causes him to take pause, pulled by his attraction to her. He thus spares the two on the condition that they no longer see each other again, causing her to harbour enmity towards him, despite the fact he had saved their lives at his own expense.