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Angie

Angie

Director: Martha Coolidge
Year: 1994

When Angie (Geena Davis) finds out she's pregnant by her longtime boyfriend, she has no plans to get married and settle down. Her unpredictable behavior drives her bewildered family and friends crazy!

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Ape

Ape

Director: Paul Ledar
Year: 1976

Newly Re-mastered in 3-D and HD! A freighter peacefully glides the still waters of a soft Pacific night; their cargo: a recently captured 36-foot ape. A giant fist comes up through the deck sending the sailors sprawling and in a matter of seconds, the A*P*E (Attacking Primate monster) is loose!

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Assassination

Assassination

Director: Peter Hunt
Year: 1987

The Secret Service has never been this lethal! Hard-hitting action, cross-country adventure and a government conspiracy that goes all the way to the top!

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Asylum

Asylum

Director: Peter Robinson
Year: 1972

A truly unique documentary that examines the controversial ideas of psychiatrist and philosopher R. D. Laing. ASYLUM is both an exploration of Laing's alternative theories on schizophrenia and an invaluable record of the day-to-day lives of some forgotten members of society.

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Avalanche

Avalanche

Director: Corey Allen
Year: 1978

Rock Hudson, Mia Farrow, and more star in this classic disaster flick. A winter wonderland becomes a nightmare of chaos and destruction, when an avalanche smashes into a ski resort. Now a holiday vacation will become a struggle for survival.

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Avanti

Avanti

Director: Billy Wilder
Year: 1972

Businessman Wendell Armbruster, Jr. (Jack Lemmon) is summoned to Italy after a car accident claims the lives of his father and his father's secret mistress. As the mistress' daughter (Juliet Mills) also arrives in town, the bodies of both of their parents disappear and the two instant foes are brought together in a baffling mystery... and an affair of the heart!

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Ballast

Ballast

Director: Lance Hammer
Year: 2008

The winner of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival's Dramatic Directing Award and Excellence in Cinematography Award, Ballast is a stunning and evocative story of personal catastrophe and communal redemption set in the Mississippi Delta. Writer-director Lance Hammer and his gifted cast of local, non-professional actors have created an unflinching, profoundly humane story of lost souls forced by circumstance to seek solace in the most unlikely of places.

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Brannigan

Brannigan

Director: Douglass Hickox
Year: 1975

John Wayne stars as Brannigan, a hard nosed Chicago cop sent to London to track down and return to the states a notorious Chicago mobster. However, the UK has never seen a cop quite like Brannigan, and never met a cop like John Wayne.

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Barquero

Barquero

Director: Gordon Douglas
Year: 1970

Jake Remy (Warren Oates) and his band of mercenaries shoot their way through a tiny border town, planning to escape with their plunder across the river into Mexico. They dispatch a few men to neutralize the local ferryman, Travis (Lee Van Cleef), but he and flinty mountain man Phil (Forrest Tucker) foil the scheme.

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Bat 21

Bat 21

Director: Peter Markle
Year: 1988

Gene Hackman and Danny Glover portray a pair of valiant American soldiers up against impossible odds for survival and rescue within war-torn Vietnam.

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