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52 Pick-Up

52 Pick-Up

Director: John Frankenheimer
Year: 1986

52 Pick-Up evokes the chilling reminder that if you have a lot, you can loose a lot. Life is good for Los Angeles entrepreneur Harry Mitchell (Roy Scheider, Last Embrace)¦ great business, beautiful home and a gorgeous wife (Ann-Margret, Bye Bye Birdie). Just when he thinks he'll land a seat on the city council, Harry's life suddenly spins out of control when a trio of pornographers, led by the ruthless Alan Raimy (John Glover, Gremlins 2), shows up with a video of Harry in bed with his mistress (Kelly Preston, Twins).

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American Dreamer

American Dreamer

Director: Rick Rosenthal
Year: 1984

International stars JoBeth Williams (Poltergeist), Tom Conti (Miracles) and Giancarlo Giannini (Seven Beauties) co-star in this clever and brisk paced cloak-and-dagger comedy adventure.

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Bad Company (Special Edition)

Bad Company (Special Edition)

Director: Damian Harris
Year: 1995

Nelson Crowe (Laurence Fishburne), a deep-cover CIA operative with a deadly assignment: infiltrate a highly secret industrial espionage firm. Once inside, he teams with Margaret Wells (Ellen Barkin), a master spy and seductive manipulator, in a plot to overthrow the organization's sinister president (Frank Langella).

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Big Trouble (Special Edition)

Big Trouble (Special Edition)

Director: Barry Sonnenfeld
Year: 2002

A mysterious suitcase that threatens the security of Miami changes the lives of a divorced dad, an unhappy housewife, two hitmen, a pair of street thugs, two love-struck teens, two FBI agents and a psychedelic toad.

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Billion Dollar Brain

Billion Dollar Brain

Director: Ken Russell
Year: 1967

Based on the novel of the same name by Len Deighton, and the third film in the Harry Palmer film series. Harry Palmer, played by Michael Caine, gets an anonymous job to deliver a package to Helsinki. His employer turns out to be his former friend Leo (Karl Malden). Also the last film to star Françoise Dorléac.

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The Black Windmill (Special Edition)

The Black Windmill (Special Edition)

Director: Don Siegel
Year: 1974

British secret agent (Michael Caine) takes up the revenge trail when ruthless gunrunners kidnap his young son and demand a king’s ransom in uncut diamonds for the boy’s release. With each new lead Caine’s chilling quest becomes increasingly deadly as he begins to suspect that one of his colleagues is in league with the merciless abductors.

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Bloody Mama

Bloody Mama

Director: Roger Corman
Year: 1970

Ma Barker (Shelley Winters) and her four sons (Don Stroud, Robert De Niro, Clint Kimbrough, Alex Nicol) leave the poverty of the Ozarks for a life of sadism, incest, murder, kidnapping and violence... while being chased cross-country by the FBI.

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Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw

Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw

Director: Mark L. Lester
Year: 1976

Bobbie Jo (Lynda Carter) is a shapely drive-in waitress who imagines herself a country star; Lyle Wheeler (Marjoe Gortner, When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?) is a quick-draw expert who fancies himself a modern day Billy the Kid. Together, they're Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw - a pair of modern bandits to ever streak across the west, in this fast paced crime drama directed by cult filmmaker Mark L. Lester (Class of 1984, Commando).

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The Burning Bed

The Burning Bed

Director: Robert Greenwald
Year: 1984

Francine Hughes (Farrah Fawcett) marries her small-town high-school sweetheart Mickey (Paul Le Mat, American Graffiti) only to discover his temper is short and his behavior violent. Urged to hang in there by her family and a broken social welfare system, she suffers continuous abuse - until desperation leads her to cross a threshold from which neither she nor her husband can ever return.

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Cabo Blanco

Cabo Blanco

Director: J. Lee Thompson
Year: 1980

Giff Hoyt (Charles Bronson), a cafe owner in Cabo Blanco, Peru after World War II who is caught between refuge-seeking Nazis and their enemies. The stakes of the game are high, the rules hard, and each man and woman must play to win! Wonderfully Directed by the great J. Lee Thompson (The Guns of Navarone, Cape Fear) and featuring a stellar cast including Fernando Rey and Jason Robards.

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