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Something for Everyone

Something for Everyone

Director: Harold Prince
Year: 1971

A charismatic and ambitious young man, Konrad Ludwig (Michael York), finds employment as the butler at the home of Countess Herthe von Ornstein (Angela Lansbury). While working for the widowed aristocrat, Konrad decides that he will do anything in his power to climb both socially and financially. Harold Prince (Fiddler on the Roof) made his feature film directorial debut with this handsome production.

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Prizzi's Honor

Prizzi's Honor

Director: John Huston
Year: 1985

Proffessional hit man, Charley Partanna (Jack Nicholson), a do-it-yourself kind of guy, has been loyal to "The Family" since he can remember. The mafia boss’s daughter (Anjelica Huston) has eyes for Charley, but Charley has just married the sultry hired assassin named Irene Walker (Kathleen Turner). Their unlikely relationship hits a snag, however, as they find out that their next job is to ice each other. Directed by legendary film maker John Huston.

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Junior Bonner (Special Edition)

Junior Bonner (Special Edition)

Director: Sam Peckinpah
Year: 1972

With his bronco-busting career on its last legs, Junior Bonner (Steve McQueen) heads to his hometown to try his luck in the annual rodeo. But his fond childhood memories are shattered when he finds his family torn apart by his greedy brother (Joe Don Baker) and hard-drinking father (Robert Preston). 

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Topaze

Topaze

Director: Harry d'Abbadie d'Arrast
Year: 1933

After years of dedicated service, Professor Topaze (John Barrymore) is summarily fired for flunking his worst student – who happens to be the son of the powerful Baron (Reginald Mason), a wealthy businessman who stands to make a fortune by peddling a worthless health tonic.

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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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Barton Fink (Special Edition)

Barton Fink (Special Edition)

Director: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
Year: 1991

John Turturro shines in the lead role as Barton Fink, the Coen Brothers' hilarious satire set in 1940s Hollywood. Barton Fink is a Broadway playwright who reluctantly relocates to Hollywood to write screenplays.  His neighbor (John Goodman) tries to help when Barton develops severe writer's block but he continues to struggle as a bizarre sequence of events distracts him even further from his task. Barton Fink received three 1991 Oscar nominations as well as the coveted Palme d'Or at Cannes.

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For Love of Ivy

For Love of Ivy

Director: Daniel Mann
Year: 1968

When high-rolling hustler Jack Parks (Sidney Poitier) is blackmailed into seducing a client's naive young housekeeper, love is the last thing on his mind. But Jack has never met anyone like Ivy Moore (Abbey Lincoln)... and as he begins to fall for her, she discovers the truth about the player.

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The War Between Men and Women

The War Between Men and Women

Director: Melville Shavelson
Year: 1972

Opposites attract, fight, and fall in love in The War Between Men and Women. This one-of-a-kind comedy stars screen legend Jack Lemmon (The Apartment) as cartoonist Peter Wilson (Lemmon), who has successfully avoided marriage for his entire life... until he meets Theresa (Barbara Harris, Family Plot). Peter and Theresa couldn't be more wrong for one another, but Cupid has a sense of humor and soon the pair finds themselves dangerously close to living happily ever after.

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A Great Wall

A Great Wall

Director: Peter Wang
Year: 1986

The first American movie shot in China, A Great Wall is a delightful comedy that was a "cross-cultural hit" (Los Angeles Times) when released in 1986.

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Crossing the Bridge / Indian Summer (Double Feature)

Crossing the Bridge / Indian Summer (Double Feature)

Director: Mike Binder
Year: 1992

Crossing the Bridge is an entertaining comedy-drama about the adventures of three young friends in ‘70s Detroit. Starring Josh Charles (Dead Poets Society), Jason Gedrick (Iron Eagle) and Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects).

Writer/director Mike Binder’s second film – Indian Summer is a heartwarming comedy about eight friends who reunite at their summer camp after 20 years.

 

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