An emotional and thrilling tale of life and death behind the walls of a maximum security prison. From the acclaimed director of 'Bonnie and Clyde', and featuring a powerful international cast.
Italian drama starring Beppe Fiorello, Sebastiano Lo Monaco and Anna Ammirati
Kings of Wrestling (w/ Shane Hagadorn) vs Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly Colt Cabana vs Dave Taylor (w/ The Embassy) Tommaso Ciampa (w/ The Embassy) vs Homicide Christopher Daniels vs Michael Elgin (w/ Truth Martini) Daizee Haze and Tomoko Nakagawa (c) vs Ayumi Kurihara and Hiroyo Matsumoto Shimmer Tag Team Championship The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark) vs The All Night Express (Kenny King and Rhett Titus) El Generico vs Roderick Strong (w/ Truth Martini) Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin) vs The American Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
The successful spoiled stock market pro Arthur Boysen is a winner. When he is diagnosed with an incurable disease of the nervous system, he takes on the fight against the disease. - Gripping drama with Robert Atzorn as a charismatic financier, who only by the threat of a deadly disease can recognize the value of love for his wife.
A team of troubleshooters is called to a skyscraper where a plane has crashed into the 20th floor and is stuck in the side of the building.
Student Kate Harper returns home for the Christmas break and joins her boyfriend Tom,his brother Brian and friends Rachel,Leah,Ashley and Ethan to go to the pub in two cars. It is a rainy night and,in trying to overtake a lorry,Tom,followed by Ethan,causes a crash.
Train wreck, some might call it a TV special, proving that not everything was better in the good old days. That includes Rolling Stone Magazine.
Hammer Films remain on record as the most consistently successful and influential British film company in history. And while Hammer may be best-known for their notorious series of gory Dracula movies, bloody Frankenstein adventures and chilling, satanic epics, few films had a greater impact on the '60's than the unforgettable genre known as "Hammer Glamours." The "Hammer Glamour" epics delivered their own singular vision of history -- and especially pre-history -- with liberal doses of both flesh and fantasy. With special effects as eye-popping as the actresses, these films created puberty's essential bridge between the thrill of cool monsters and the sensation of gorgeous women. If you're a student of anthropology, this is a world you may not recognize. But if you're looking for a twisted vision of the past that only Hammer can provide, you've come to the right place. The Hammer Glamour legacy lives, and indeed the world has never been the same.
At age 16, a tomboy princess, Princess Anmitsu, has no love interest in her life and worries her parents. Despite their concern, Anmitsu runs away from the castle to venture into the commoners' life. During her daring adventure, she befriends a group of children who make a living by pick-pocketing. At the same time, she finally meets her prince charming Senbei, the leader of the group. However, she soon finds herself in an awkward position when she learns of the children's new plot: they are planning to steal the treasures from her own castle. Will she be able to put a stop to it without revealing her true identity?
A thriller directed by Larry Elikann.
After a gymnastics accident leaves her paraplegic, 18-year-old Anna Morgan returns to high school. Because of time lost due to her injury and rehab, she is repeating her junior year, with her sister Beth. The film covers her adjustments to her new life, and her classmates' problems in dealing with her wheelchair. In a series of small vignettes, it also gives a picture of her family, good and bad, and her parents' efforts to support their kids while dealing with their own fears.
A river expert (Connie Selleca), her boy friend (Matt McCoy), and her children go on a river rafting trip. But things go awry when they are taken captive by escaped convicts searching for stolen money.
A thriller directed by Sigi Rothemund.