"American Masters" Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records
- 112 min
A history of Memphis' Sun Records, the legendary label that started the careers of such rock and country icons as Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. Included are archival footage and interviews with many rock and country artists who either recorded for Sun or knew owner Sam Phillips. Written by [email protected]
"Tales from the Neverending Story" The Gift of the Name
- 375 min
À ma soeur!
- 86 min
Fat Girl deals with the themes of feminine puberty and sexuality. Filmed in southern France.
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- 95 min
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- 96 min
Two teenage boys aspire to win a backyard wrestling championship and a chance to appear on a national TV show.
- 105 min
A successful model abandons the world of fashion to marry her beloved. A little before the wedding, their relationship goes through a serious crisis, when they meet a wealthy and enigmatic man.
Behind Enemy Lines
- 106 min
Owen Wilson is a top naval aviator who is frustrated that he hasn't seen any fighting action. Gene Hackman is an admiral who tells Wilson that he's not ready for combat. When Wilson flies over a section of Eastern Europe and photographs some graves he's not supposed to see, he gets to see what air combat is like first-hand. After being shot down behind enemy lines, Hackman vows to save his pilot and goes in after him.
Between Calmness and Passion
- 125 min
An appassionato art student and a dispassionate college girl make a vow, saying they would meet each other again in the Florence Cathedral after 10 years.
- 95 min
Imagine the hijinks that ensue when a fast-talking, disenchanted African American waiter (Martin Lawrence) at a medieval-themed restaurant is transported back through time to the Middle Ages. Once there he teams with an ex-knight and a peasant girl to defeat an evil king. Sounds similar to A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.