The Hotel New Hampshire

The Hotel New Hampshire

Director: Tony Richardson
Year: 1984

From legendary director Tony Richardson (Tom Jones) comes this bright, amusing and provocative film based on a best selling novel by the great John Irving (The World According to Garp). Featuring a stellar cast that includes screen icon Jodie Foster (Foxes), Rob Lowe (About Last Night), Nastassja Kinski (Tess) and Beau Bridges (The Landlord), The Hotel New Hampshire is intriguing, impressive and fascinating!

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I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO

Director: Raoul Peck
Year: 2016

I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO is an examination of racism in America through the lens of James Baldwin’s unfinished book, REMEMBER THIS HOUSE. Intended as an account of the lives of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, Jr., each of whom James Baldwin personally knew, only a 30-page manuscript of the book was ever completed. Combining Baldwin’s manuscript with footage of depictions of African-Americans throughout American history, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO uses Baldwins words to illuminate the pervasiveness of American racism and the efforts to curtail it, from the civil rights movement to #BlackLivesMatter. Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO explores the continued peril America faces from institutionalized racism.

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The Island of Dr. Moreau

The Island of Dr. Moreau

Director: Don Taylor
Year: 1977

On a tropical Pacific island, the mad Dr. Moreau (Lancaster) has set out to fool Mother Nature, conducting nightmarish genetic experiments that have resulted in Lionmen, Tigermen, Bearmen and other marauding monstrosities.

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Lady Chatterley

Lady Chatterley

Director: Pascale Ferran
Year: 2006

Pascale Ferran's intelligent, deeply moving, and exquisitely photographed Lady Chatterley brings D.H. Lawrence's most celebrated and notorious literary work to the screen.

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Lorna Doone

Lorna Doone

Director: Maurice Tourneur
Year: 1922

Tourneur's adaption of Richard Blackmore's perennially loved romance stars John Bowers as a yeoman farmer who valiantly rescues a kidnapped princess. This edition was transferred from an original print at 18fps and features a new score for piano and strings by Japanese singer/songwriter and composer Mari LiJima.

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The McKenzie Break

The McKenzie Break

Director: Lamont Johnson
Year: 1970

In the closing days of World War II, German prisoners riot in a POW Camp in Scotland. Fearful of a mass escape attempt, the British Army sends in an unorthodox Irish Captain in hopes of discovering exactly what is going on. The Irishman at once comes into conflict with the senior prisoner, a U-Boat commander, and the two must match wits, knowing that only one will emerge victorious.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Director: Julie Taymor
Year: 2014

From the mind of award-winning director JulieTaymor (The Lion King on Broadway, Frida,Titus) comes a Shakespeare adaptation like none other, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Rich with Taymor’s trade- mark creativity, this immersive and darkly poetic cinematic experience brings the play’s iconic fairies, spells and hallucinatory lovers to life.

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Moby Dick

Moby Dick

Director: John Huston
Year: 1956

Spectacular retelling of Herman Melville's classic, masterfully directed by John Huston (The Unforgiven). Consumed by an insane rage, Captain Ahab (Gregory Peck) has but one purpose in life - revenge on Moby Dick, the great white whale who maimed and disfigured him.

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Needful Things

Needful Things

Director: Fraser C. Heston
Year: 1993

Acting greats Ed Harris and Max Von Sydow head an exceptional cast that includes Bonnie Bedelia (Die Hard I & II), J. T. Walsh (Breakdown) and Amanda Plummer (Pulp Fiction) - in this supernatural thriller that's dark, haunting and a hell of a good scare. Sheriff Alan Pangborn (Harris) has a devil of a problem: Suddenly all the residents of his sleep little town are dying... to kill each other.

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Of Human Bondage

Of Human Bondage

Director: John Cromwell
Year: 1934

In John Cromwell's adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's OF HUMAN BONDAGE, Leslie Howard (GONE WITH THE WIND) stars as Philip, a British medical student who becomes infatuated with a most unlikely woman: a vulgar waitress named Mildred (Davis). Davis fearlessly embraces Mildred's dark side, and delivered an erotic yet malevolent performance that launched her to the forefront of Hollywood's leading ladies.

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