2008 Movies (By Date)

Sucker Punch

Sucker Punch

    • R
    • 92 min
    • Action

    Ray 'Harley' Davidson is a hustler. With flash clothes and a fast mouth, Harley lives life in the fast lane. With his passion for all things gambling, money runs like water through Harley's hands and as quickly as he makes a killing he takes a beating, normally at the poker table. Nominally an illegal prize-fight manager, Harley hasn't produced a live one in months, until Charles Buchinsky literally wanders into his life. Charles Buchinsky, street fighter extraordinaire. He's from out of town looking for a fight and the chance to tie up a few loose ends. Keeps himself to himself, lets his fists do the talking and his word is his bond. Victor Maitland, top illegal fight promoter and porn baron. Hates losing and loves the prestige of managing the best hitter in town. Harley dreams of bringing Maitland down and after seeing Buchinsky at work, engineers a fragile partnership. The duo soon becomes a hot ticket...

    Teddy Bear

      • Unrated
      • 99 min

      Ben Corisky has a warm, boyish face and an infectious charm. He works, visits his son and pays his child support when he can. He is also a serial killer and he's on a search for answers in the mind of a monster... himself.

      - Written by

      David Sparrow

      Finding Our Voices: Stories of American Dissent

        • Unrated
        • 70 min

        This film chronicles 8 courageous Americans and their dissent of the war in Iraq over the last 5 years.

        - Written by

        Holly Stadtler

        The Sacrament of Life

          • Unrated
          • 86 min
          • Drama

          Lucian is back from the war and every thing is changed, and there's no way it will ever be the same again. Unless you were there you really have no idea. It's bottled up. Gruesome flashbacks. The war continues to rage from within. The Sacrament of Life offers the perspective from the faction that's actually been there and focuses on the truths of war and the fragility of man. It was directed and completely produced by members of the United States Air Force who have served, or are currently serving, in Iraq or Afghanistan. Trapped in the past. There is the horror of war that remains, lingering. Beyond the war... An illness that does not leave. It fades at times and is mostly invisible. It changes a man and it changes a man for good. "There's this darkness and it fights. It fights... You wouldn't understand... you haven't been there." Thrust back into a relationship and a world of blurred memories, he must learn to deal. As he struggles to adjust and adapt into normal life, he's plagued by his recent and distant past. You may not "understand," but The Sacrament of Life gives a brutal glimpse into what happens when you finally do come home. The war doesn't just go away. The demons are still there. It's a wound that won't heal. Not easily. The question remains. "What are you gonna do?" There's only one shot at this. Written by Mike Skurko

          Pioneers of Television

            • Unrated
            • 55 min

            This four-part documentary looks at some of the programs and stars from the early days of U.S. television. The segment on late night focuses on the vaudevillian origins of the genre and the Tonight Show, with its three early stars: Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson. The episode on sitcoms focuses on the contribution of several classics from the 1950s and 60s including The Honeymooners, I Love Lucy, The Andy Griffith Show and the Dick van Dyke Show. The segment on variety shows focuses first on the Ed Sullivan Show and the hosts ability to book acts that the audience wanted to see. Others include Milton Berle's show, Sis Caesar's Your Show of Shows, Red Skelton, Arthur Godfrey and many others. In the final episode, game shows are the focus. Early game shows had their origins in radio but hit a road block during the game show scandals where it was revealed that contestants were being given the answers to questions. The genre eventually re-established itself and made stars of many of the emcees.

            - Written by

            garykmcd

            TBS

            TBS

              • 88 min
              • Crime

              Johan has been locked up - wrongly in his opinion - for the murder of his father and little sister. His mother is the only one who can prove his innocence, but he hasn't been able to contact her for years. When he is transferred within the psychiatric prison to the long-stay department, it's the last straw. He decides to escape and to go looking for his mother.

              Mi-in-do

              Mi-in-do

                • 108 min
                • Romance

                Born to a family of established court painters, a woman is forced to carry on her family name and take over her brother's life after he commits suicide.

                Mia zoi, mia epohi - Mihalis Kakogiannis

                  • Unrated
                  • 87 min
                  • Documentary
                  Joe Louis: America's Hero... Betrayed

                  Joe Louis: America's Hero... Betrayed

                    • Unrated
                    • 75 min
                    • Documentary

                    An American story. Traces the career of Joe Louis (1914-1981) within the context of American racial consciousness: his difficulty getting big fights early in his career, the pride of African-Americans in his prowess, the shift of White sentiment toward Louis as Hitler came to power, Louis's patriotism during World War II, and the hounding of Louis by the IRS for the following 15 years. In his last years, he's a casino greeter, a drug user, and the occasional object of scorn for young Turks like Muhammad Ali. Appreciative comment comes from boxing scholars, Louis's son Joe Jr., friends, and icons like Maya Angelou, Dick Gregory, and Bill Cosby. Written by <[email protected]>

                    O... Çocuklari

                    O... Çocuklari

                      • 120 min
                      • Comedy

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