In the unfamiliar Appalachian backwoods, a weekend of male bonding for four inexperienced campers turns into a gut-wrenching fight for survival against the merciless forces of nature and the brutality of man. Their only escape is a terrifying canoe ride down the raging rapids of the Chattooga River. If their heartless pursuers don't kill them, the treacherous waters just might.
A very special family, an extraordinary time... and a child's adventure while a world was at war.
Two years after he is double-crossed and left for dead by his dirty partner, gangster Lee Marvin seeks deadly revenge. This action-packed thriller stars Oscar-winner Marvin ("Cat Ballou," "The Dirty Dozen"), Angie Dickinson ("Dressed to Kill," TV's "Police Woman"), Emmy-winner Carroll O'Connor (TV's "All in the Family," "In the Heat of the Night"), and Keenan Wynn ("Mary Poppins," "Dr. Strangelove"). Directed by Academy Award-nominee John Boorman ("Deliverance," "Hope and Glory"). Produced by Oscar-winner Robert Chartoff ("Rocky," "Raging Bull").
Based on the 1996 novel, this is a mixture of thriller and black comedy. Harry Pendel is the tailor to the powerful of Panama. Harry is known for his storytelling and suits, but soon his tales carry lethal repercussions. Harry spins a yarn that is not only taken as truth, but sets off a chain of events that threatens everything he values most in life.
In this sequel to Hope and Glory (1987), Bill Rohan has grown up and is drafted into the army, where he and his eccentric best mate, Percy, battle their snooty superiors on the base and look for love in town.
In the far future, a savage trained only to kill finds a way into the community of bored immortals that alone preserves humanity's achievements.
Emmy winner and Golden Globe-nominee Patricia Arquette (TV's "Medium," "True Romance") stars as a troubled young doctor who travels to Burma with her sister, (Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner and Emmy-nominee Frances McDormand -- "North Country," "Something's Gotta Give"). As the political climate turns dangerous, she is forced to flee with a wanted dissident who helps her search for a way out of the country. Directed by Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee John Boorman ("The Tailor of Panama," "Excalibur"). Also starring, Spalding Gray ("Kate and Leopold," "How High") and Victor Slezak (TV's "Guiding Light," "The Siege").
Four years after the gut-wrenching, head-turning terrors of the boxoffice monster "The Exorcist," Regan (Linda Blair) is still possessed by the demons that took movie horror to a new dimension. John Boorman ("Excalibur," "Deliverance," "The Emerald Forest") directs this stylish sequel whose cast includes Oscar-winner Louise Fletcher ("The Cheap Detective," "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"), Oscar-nominee Richard Burton ("Equus," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf"), Ned Beatty ("Roseanne," "Superman") and James Earl Jones ("Field of Dreams," "Clear and Present Danger").
Set against the backdrop of the South African Truth and Reconciliation hearings, In My Country charts the depths of pain and suffering and the redeeming power of forgiveness and love. Washington Post journalist Langston Whitfield (Samuel L. Jackson) is skeptical about the process, feeling that it is just a way for the perpetrators to escape unscathed. Anna Malan (Juliette Binoche), an Afrikaaner poet and journalist, is enthusiastic, with great hopes of seeing her country healed. Instantly at odds over their opposing views, Langston and Anna are eventually drawn closer through the shared experience of listening to the moving and painful testimony. As Langston becomes increasingly drawn into Anna's world and her passion for the country of her birth, they both confront difficult questions.