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The Last Ride (2011 film)

The last ride is an American drama 2011 about the last days of country music pioneer and legend Hank Williams. The film stars: Henry Thomas, Jesse James, Fred Dalton Thompson, and received a limited edition 21 Oct 2011. Despite the contents, ther ...

                                               

The Help (film)

The help is a drama film 2011 writer and Director Tate Taylor and adapted from Kathryn Stocketts 2009 novel of the same name. The film ensemble cast, including Jessica Chastain, viola Davis, Bryce Dallas Howard, Allison Janney, Octavia Spencer an ...

                                               

The Warrior's Way

The warriors way-2010 New Zealand-South Korean fantasy action film written and directed by: Sngmoo Lee starring Jang Dong gun, Kate Bosworth, Geoffrey rush, Danny Huston and Tony Cox. It was produced by Barrie Osborne, who also produced "Lord of ...

                                               

Equinox (disambiguation)

September equinox. (Сентября равноденствия) The spring equinox. (Весеннее равноденствие) Equinox, one of two occasions when day and night are equal in duration. Equinox of the celestial coordinates, the point of intersection of the circle of the ...

                                               

River of Death (film)

The river of death-1989 American action film written and directed by Steve Carver starring Michael Dudikoff. It is based on the eponymous novel by Alistair Maclean.

                                               

North Country (film)

North country is a 2005 historical drama directed by Niki Caro, starring Charlize Theron, the McDormand, Sean Bean, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Monaghan, Jeremy Renner, woody Harrelson, and sissy Spacek. Screenplay by Michael Seitzman was inspired ...

                                               

Szindbad

Szindbad-1971 Hungarian film Director Zoltan Huszarik, and based on the novels of Gyula Krudy.

                                               

The Weakness of the Bolshevik

The film is set in Spain where a middle-aged man driving his car RAMS into the rear of another vehicle operated by a lady by the name of Madrid-Madrid. They get in an argument and then frustrated businessman starts harassing her by sending obscen ...

                                               

Snowflake, the White Gorilla

Snowflake the White gorilla-Spanish direct-to-VIDEO live-action / computer-animated adventure film directed by andrés G. Schaer. The film is about the fictional childhood of the white gorilla snowflake. In the US, the film was released on 1 Septe ...

                                               

Sorry (film)

Sorry.to.and. Gomen is a 2002 Japanese film by Director Shin Togashi. This coming-of-age drama about the confusion of first love in Kyoto and Osaka, Japan. It was the debut for many of the child actors, including leads Masahiro Hisano and Yukika ...

                                               

Roommate (disambiguation)

"I, roommate", a 1999 episode of the TV show Futurama. The neighbors movie 1961, also known as raising the wind, 1961 British Comedy. The neighbor series, 2014 South Korean reality show. The roommate film 2011. The series roommates TV, in 2009, t ...

                                               

Tirza

Tirza 2010 Dutch drama film directed by Rudolf van den Berg and based on the Dutch bestseller of the same name Arnon grünberg. The film was selected as the Dutch entry for the Best foreign language film 83rd Academy awards, but that doesnt make t ...

                                               

The Quiet Earth (film)

The quiet Earth is a 1985 New Zealand science fiction post-apocalyptic film directed by Geoff Murphy starring: Bruno Lawrence, Alison Routledge, Peter Smith, as the three victims of a catastrophic disaster. Its based on science, 1981-fiction nove ...

                                               

The Troubled Month of Veresen

                                               

Third Star

The third star is a 2010 British drama film directed by Hattie Dalton starring Benedict Cumberbatch, J. Feild, Tom Burke, Adam Robertson, Hugh Bonneville. It premiered at the film festival in Edinburgh in June 2010 where he was featured as the cl ...

                                               

Triumph

The Roman triumph was a celebration for a victorious military commander in Ancient Rome. For subsequent imitations, in life or in art, to see the Triumph. Numerous later uses of the term, up to the present time derived directly or indirectly from ...

                                               

Turbulence (1997 film)

The turbulence in the 1997 American disaster crime Thriller film Directed by Robert Butler starring ray Liotta and Lauren Holly. It was distributed to MGM the joint distribution.

                                               

Murder (disambiguation)

U.S. TV program the killing in 2007 of the American reality competition television program that aired on Spike. "Murder" control, 2009 episode of American Comedy series. The murder of a British TV series, in 2012 and 2016 British crime series bro ...

                                               

The Last Dragon

The last dragon is a 1985 American martial arts Comedy film produced by Rupert Hitzig for berry Gordy and directed by Michael Schultz. The film stars Taimak, vanity, Julius J. carry of the third, Chris Murney, keshia knight Pulliam and Faith Prin ...

                                               

Berry-Strawberry

Berry-strawberry-Comedy film of 2011 in Udmurt language directed by Piotr Palgan based on a story by Darali Leli, who wrote the script. The film was shot Udmurt-Polish "Inwis kinopottonni". Before the film was released, in the history of Udmurt c ...

                                               

Possession (2009 film)

Possession is a 2009 American remake of the South Korean film addicted. This is a psychological Thriller film starring Sarah Michelle Gellar Lee pace.

                                               

Philadelphia (film)

Philadelphia in 1993, the American legal drama film directed by Ron Nyswaner, Directed by Jonathan Demme starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington. He was one of the first mainstream Hollywood films to confirm HIV / AIDS, homosexuality and homopho ...

                                               

White Vengeance

White vengeance, also known as Hong men Yan, Is 2011 Chinese historical film directed by Daniel Lee, starring Leon Lai, Feng Shaofeng, Liu Yifei, Zhang Hanyu, Anthony Wong, Jordan Chan, Andy on, Xiu Qing and Jia Qing. The movie based on events in ...

                                               

Chervona Ruta (film)

"Chervona Ruta" in 1971 Soviet Ukrainian musical film author Miroslav Skochilyas and Director Roman Oleksiv starring Sofia Rotaru and Vasyl Zinkevych alongside popular Soviet Ukrainian ensembles. One of the first modern Soviet musical films, and ...

                                               

Le quattro volte

Le Quattro VoLTE is an Italian movie, filmed in 2010. It portrays the concept of metempsychosis that occurs in the remote mountain town of Caulonia, in southern Italy.

                                               

Womb (film)

The womb is a science, a 2010 drama film written and directed by Benedek Fliegauf starring Eva green and Matt Smith.

                                               

Audrey Rose (film)

Audrey rose-1977-American psychological Thriller-drama film Directed by Robert wise starring Marsha Mason, Anthony Hopkins, and Susan swift. It was based on the novel of the same name Frank De Felitta. The story of a young girl who is considered ...

                                               

Sket

SKET is a 2011 British urban retribution Thriller film, set in the inner estates in North-West London. Released in October 2011 movie from the makers of Shank and anuvahood. Starring: Lily loveless, Aimee Kelly, Adelayo Adedayo, Emma Hartley Mill ...

                                               

Shaolin (film)

Shaolin is a 2011 Hong Kong-Chinese action martial arts film, produced and directed by benny Chan, starring Andy Lau and Nicholas TSE with a special appearance by Jackie Chan.

                                               

Charade (1963 film)

Charade is a 1963 American romantic Comedy mystery directed by Stanley donen, written Peter stone Marc Behm, starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. The cast also features Walter Matthau, James Coburn, George Kennedy, Dominique Minot, Ned glass, ...

                                               

Freakshow (film)

Freakshow is a 2007 independent film which was made by the asylum, directed by drew bell. This is an unofficial remake of the TOD Browning film freaks. According to the movie poster and DVD cover art, freakshow is banned in 43 countries, although ...

                                               

Impromptu (1991 film)

Impromptu is a 1991 British-American period drama film directed by James Lapine, written by Sarah Kernochan, produced by Daniel A. Sherkow and Stuart oken, starring Hugh Grant in the role of Chopin and Judy Davis as George sand. The film was enti ...

                                               

1040 (film)

1040 is a documentary film about Christianity in the "10 / 40 window". Director Evan Jackson Leong, the film is narrated by musician Jaeson MA, who travels to several countries, including China, South Korea and Singapore. MA describes the growth ...

                                               

Hell (disambiguation)

Heck, in many religions, is a place of suffering in the afterlife where the wicked and unrighteous souls are punished. HELL may also refer to: The underworld, the afterlife in different religious traditions, is below the world of the living. The ...

                                               

Ajami (film)

The film contains five story lines, each of which is presented in chronological order. Some of the events are shown multiple times from different perspectives. A young Israeli Arab boy, Nasri, who lives in the Ajami district in Jaffa, narrates th ...

                                               

Aisha (film)

Aisha 2010 Indian romantic Comedy-drama film directed by Rajshree of Ojha, starring: Abhay DEOL and Sonam Kapoor in the lead roles and Cyrus Sahukar, Arunoday Singh, Ira Dubey and Amrita Puri in supporting roles. It is located in the upper class ...

                                               

Switchback (film)

Roller coaster American film Thriller 1997 written and directed by Jeb Stuart. It stars Dennis Quaid, Danny Glover, Jared Leto, Ted Levine, William Fichtner and R. Lee ermey. An FBI agent is monitoring his sons kidnapper to Amarillo, Texas, where ...

                                               

April Showers (2009 film)

April showers is a 2009 American independent drama film by Director and screenwriter Andrew Robinson. It stars Kelly Blatz, Daryl sabara Ellen Woglom, illeana Douglas, Janel Parrish, and Tom Arnold. It is based on high school Columbine, which Rob ...

                                               

Balibo (film)

Balibo in 2009 Australian war film that tells about the Balibo five, a group of journalists who were captured and killed while covering activities only up to the Indonesian invasion of East Timor in 1975. While historically accurate film based on ...

                                               

Rapid Fire (1992 film)

Rapid fire is a 1992 American action film directed by Dwight H. little starring: Brandon Lee, powers Boothe, Nick Mancuso. The film was released in the USA on August 21, 1992. Reportedly, Lee was negotiating with 20th Century Fox about rapid fire ...

                                               

Dostana (2008 film)

Of Dostan is a 2008 Indian romantic Comedy Directed by Tarun Mansukhani and production of Karan Johar and Yash Johar Hiroo. Starring: Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham and Priyanka Chopra, Bobby DEOL, Kirron Kher, Sushmita Mukherjee and Boman Irani ...

                                               

The Great Water

The great water 2004 Macedonian Film starring SASO Kekenovski, maja Stankovska, Mitko Apostolovski, Meto Jovanovski and Verica Nedeska. It was directed and written by Ivo Trajkov. The music was created by Kiril Dzajkovski.

                                               

Beaufort (film)

Beaufort 2007 Israeli war film. The film was directed by Joseph cedar and was co-written by cedar and Ron Leshem, based on the novel Leshems of the same name. A film about the IDF unit stationed at the isolated mountaintop Beaufort post in southe ...

                                               

The Blues Brothers (film)

The Blues brothers 1980 American musical Comedy directed by John Landis. It stars John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd in "Joliet" Jake and Elwood Blues, characters created from the "Blues Brothers" a recurring musical sketch on the NBC variety series Sa ...

                                               

Veronika Decides to Die (film)

Veronika decides to die 2009 American psychological drama film Directed by Emily young on the script Roberta Hanley and Larry gross, based on the 1998 novel by Paulo Coelho. It plays Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jonathan Tucker, Melissa Leo, David the ...

                                               

Leaving (2009 film)

Leaving in 2009, French filmmaker Catherine Corsini, written and Gaeelle Bulava I. D. Corsini starring: Sergi Lopez, Kristin Scott Thomas and Ivan Attal.

                                               

12

12, 2007 Film by Russian Director and actor Nikita Mikhalkov. 12, 2003 film by American Director Lawrence bridges. Twelve movie 2010, based on the novel 2002. Twelve upcoming film, American drama film.

                                               

Daemon (film)

Demon 1985 British horror film about a young man who is possessed by a demon. It was written and directed by Colin Finbow and starred Susannah York, Bert parnaby him and Arnaud Morell. This is a Ghost story set in the suburbs. The film was shot i ...

                                               

Djinns (film)

Jinn is a 2010 French horror film from writer-Director Hugh Martin, Sandra Martin. It stars Taghmaoui said, Cyril Raffaelli and Aurelien Wiik.

                                               

Prowl (film)

Amber is a young woman who works in a slaughterhouse, and dreams to escape her small town existence and her alcoholic, widowed mother. Lately, meat and blood began to upset her and her sleep was plagued by disturbing dreams in which she is either ...

                                               

Brothel (film)

A brothel is a 2008 film written and directed by Amy Waddell. The film stars Serena Scott Thomas, Brett Cullen, Timothy V. Murphy, and Bruce Payne. The film was shot in Clarkdale and Jerome, Arizona.

                                               

Dorian Gray (2009 film)

Dorian gray is a 2009 British fantasy-horror-drama Film based on the novel of Oscar Wildes 1890 the picture of Dorian gray. Adaptation directed by Oliver Parker, written by Toby Finlay, and stars Ben Barnes Dorian gray and Colin Firth as Lord Hen ...

                                               

The Tin Drum (film)

The tin drum is a film adaptation of the 1979 novel of the same name by günter grass. It was directed and co-written by Volker Schlondorff. It was mainly filmed in West Germany. The film won the Palme Dor at the 1979 Cannes film festival and the ...

                                               

The Dawning

Dawn-1988 British film, based on the novel by Jennifer Johnston, the old jest which depicts the Irish war of independence through the eyes of the Anglo-Irish class of landowners. It starred Anthony Hopkins, Hugh Grant, Jean Simmons, Trevor Howard ...

                                               

Severance (film)

Grant is a 2006 British-German Comedy horror film co-written and directed by Christopher Smith. Co-written with James Moran, it plays Danny Dyer and Laura Harris. The film is about a group of employees who go to a remote mountain forest in Hungar ...

                                               

Freche Madchen

Freche Madhu is in 2008, German teen Director Ute Wieland. His script was written by Bianca-minute-Konig and it is based on a series of books Madhu Freche – freche Bucher.

                                               

Babies (film)

Babies, also known as baby and Bebe, in the 2010 French documentary film by Thomas Balmes that the following four newborn babies in the first year after birth. Two of the children shown in the film from rural areas: Ponijao from Opuwo, Namibia, a ...

                                               

Motherhood (2009 film)

Betsy Aidem as the mother Jordans. Dale Soules as Hester. Jake M. Smith as the snotty assistant production. Minnie Driver as Sheila, her best friend. Anthony Edwards as Avery, her husband. Clea Lewis as Lily. Uma Thurman as Eliza Welsh, a married ...

                                               

Brainstorm (1983 film)

Brainstorm Year of release: 1983 American science fiction film directed by Douglas Trumbull starring: Christopher Walken, Natalie wood, Louise Fletcher and cliff Robertson. Hence, research team to perfect a system that directly records and reprod ...

                                               

My Last Tango

My last tango 1960 Spanish drama film directed by Luis Cesar Amadori starring Sara Montiel, Maurice ronet and Isabel Garces. Former maid enjoys success as a performer of tango in Argentina.

                                               

True Grit (1969 film)

She could not resist a 1969 American Western directed by Henry Hathaway starring: Kim Darby, as Mattie Ross and John Wayne as Marshal rooster Cogburn. This is the first adaptation of the novel by Charles Portis 1968 of the same name. The screenpl ...

                                               

Nosferatu

Nosferatu: a Symphony of horror or simply Nosferatu, the 1922 silent German expressionist horror film Director F. W. Murnau starring: Max Schreck as count Orlok, the vampire with interest in a new residence and his real estate agent. The film is ...

                                               

Dad (1989 film)

Dad is an American Comedy-drama 1989 Film written and directed by Gary David Goldberg and starring Jack Lemmon, Ted Danson, Olympia Dukakis, Kathy Baker, Kevin spacey and Ethan hawke. It is based on William Whartons novel of the same name. Origin ...

                                               

My Girlfriend's Boyfriend (2010 film)

My friends boyfriend is a 2010 American romantic Comedy PG rating film written and directed by Daryn tufts, and stars Alyssa Milano, Christopher mountains, Michael Landes, Beau bridges, Tom Lenk, and Carol Kane.

                                               

Piranha (disambiguation)

Piranha 1995 film, a 1995 remake of the 1978 film. Piranha two: the spawning, 1981 sequel to the 1978 film. Piranha the 1978 movie, a horror movie 1978. Piranha 3DD, a 2012 sequel to 2010. Piranha 3D, 2010 remake of the 1978 film. Series piranha ...

                                               

Polytechnique (film)

School in 2009 canadian drama film directed by Denis Villeneuve and written by Villeneuve, Jacques Davidts. Starring Maxim gaffin of Godett, sébastien Huberdeau and Karine Vanasse, the film is based on the école Polytechnique massacre of 1989 and ...

                                               

Semi-Pro

Semi-Pro is a 2008 American sports Comedy film from new Line cinema. Director Kent Alterman and stars will Ferrell, woody Harrelson, andré Benjamin and Maura Tierney. The film was shot in Los Angeles near Dodger stadium, in Detroit and in flint, ...

                                               

Starter for 10 (film)

Starter for 10 is a 2006 British Comedy-drama film directed by Tom Vaughan screenplay by David Nicholls, adapted from his own novel starter for ten. The film starred James McAvoy in the role of a University student who wins a place on the "Univer ...

                                               

Poetry (film)

Poetry is a 2010 South Korean drama film written and directed by Lee Chang-Dong. It tells the story of a suburban woman in her 60-ies, which begins to develop an interest in poetry while struggling with Alzheimers disease and her irresponsible gr ...

                                               

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (film)

The adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson 1980 Soviet film adaptation of Arthur Conan dolls the stories about Sherlock Holmes. This is the second film about the adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson film series directed by Igor Masl ...

                                               

Princess Caraboo (film)

Wolverine is a 1994 American historical Comedy-drama film co-written and directed by Michael Austin, based on a real life 19th-century character Wolverine, who turned himself in British society as an exotic Princess who spoke a strange foreign la ...

                                               

Rita

Rita Japanese singer. (Рита Японская певица) Rita Israeli singer was born in 1962. Rita name. (Рита имя) Rita Indian singer, was born in 1984. 1850-1938 Eliza Humphreys, wrote under the pseudonym Rita.

                                               

Little Rose

Little Rosa-Polish drama film 2010 Director Jan Kidava-Blonski. Leading actress Magdalena Boczarska received IFFI Best actor award: prize of the Silver peacock at the 41st International film festival of India.

                                               

Russian Field

"Russian field" - the 1972 Soviet film Director Nikolai Moskalenko. He took 22nd place in attendance among domestic films in the Soviet Union.

                                               

Cyrus (2010 film)

Cyrus 2010 British-American Comedy drama film by Director and screenwriter Jay and mark Duplass starring John C. Reilly, Jonah hill, Marisa Tomei, and Catherine keener.

                                               

Satyricon (1969 Polidoro film)

Satyricon, was named the degenerates, is an Italian film of 1969 directed by Gian Luigi Polidoro. Like the more famous version by Federico Fellini, its based on Petroniuss work, Satyricon, a series of bawdy and satirical episodes written during t ...

                                               

Holy Smoke!

Holy Smoke! in 1999 Australian drama film directed by Jane Campion, who co wrote the screenplay with her sister Anna. It premiered at the International film festival in the 56th Venice and was shown at the new York film festival Taipei Golden hor ...

                                               

The Seventh Companion

The seventh companion is a 1967 black-and-white Soviet drama film set in Petrograd in the first years after the Russian revolution. The film marked the directorial debut of Russian Director Alexei German, who headed it with Grigori Aronov. The fi ...

                                               

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (film)

Sex & drugs & rock & roll is a 2010 biographical film about English new wave musician Ian Dury, starring Andy Serkis as Dury. The film Durys rise to fame and documents his personal struggle with disability caused by polio contracted in childhood. ...

                                               

Through the Fire (2005 film)

Through the fire is a documentary film, 2005 Film. The film focuses on Sebastian Telfair as he goes through his senior year in high school, Abraham Lincoln in new York. Throughout the film, Sebastian is faced with a choice between College in Loui ...

                                               

In Dreams (film)

In a dream in 1999 American psychological horror film by Director Neil Jordan. It plays Annette Bening in New England Illustrator who begins experiencing visions of a missing child, a psychic connection to a serial killer responsible for the murd ...

                                               

High Anxiety

High anxiety is a 1977 American satirical Comedy film directed and produced by Mel Brooks, who also plays the leading role. This is Brooks first film as producer and first starring role. Veteran Brooks ensemble members Harvey Korman, Cloris Leach ...

                                               

Where the Wild Things Are (film)

Where the wild things are is a 2009 fantasy drama film Directed spike Jonze. Written by Jonze and Dave Eggers, it is adapted from Maurice Sendaks book for children 1963 of the same name. It combines live action, performers in costumes, animatroni ...

                                               

13

"Thirteen" by C418 from Minecraft – volume alpha. "13", Megadeth song from thirteen. "The 13th", the song the cure wild mood swings. "13", DespairsRay songs from monsters. "13", a song by anthrax from state of euphoria. "Thirteen," a song johnny ...

                                               

Black Death (film)

Black Death 2010 German-British horror film Thriller directed by Christopher Smith from an original screenplay Dario poloni. It stars Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne and carice van Houten. Despite not being credited as a writer, Smith made very signifi ...

                                               

Abby (film)

Abby is a 1974 American horror film blaxploitation about a woman who is obsessed with an African sex spirit. The film stars Carol speed as the title character, William H. Marshall and Terry Carter. He was Director William Girdler, who wrote the s ...

                                               

This Is My Life (1992 film)

This is my life-1992-American Comedy-drama film that marked the directorial debut of screenwriter Nora Ephron. The screenplay, written by Ephron and her sister Delia Ephron based on the book, this is your life, Meg Wolitzer.

                                               

Egg (2007 film)

The egg is a 2007 Turkish drama film Directed by Semih composed of mudgee. This film is the First part of the Yusuf trilogy, named after the eponymous hero of the series, which includes milk and honey, filmed and released in reverse chronological ...

                                               

977 (film)

977 is a 2006 Russian drama film directed by Nikolay Khomeriki. It was shown in "UN certain regard" at the Cannes film festival 2006.

                                               

Adam (2009 film)

Adam is a 2009 American romantic Comedy-drama film written and directed by: Max Mayer starring Hugh Dancy and rose Byrne. The film tells about the relationship between a young man named Adam with Aspergers syndrome, and Beth. Meyer was inspired t ...

                                               

Amelia (film)

Amelia is a 2009 canadian-American biographical film about the life of Amelia Earhart. The bulk of the story is told in flashbacks before ending with earhartss mysterious disappearance. The film was shot by Director Mira Nair and star Hilary swan ...

                                               

Bigfoot (1970 film)

Bigfoot 1970 independently made low-budget American science fiction film produced by Anthony Cardoza and directed by Robert F. Slatzer. The film starred or co-star, well-known actors: John Carradine, Chris Mitchum, Joey Lansing, Ken Maynard, dood ...

                                               

Boxer (disambiguation)

Mark boxer 1931-1988, British editor of the magazine. Edward Mounier boxer 1822-1898, British inventor and army officer. Stephen boxer was born in 1948, British actor. Lim yo-hwan born in 1980, is a professional StarCraft player who uses psevdoni ...

                                               

Thief (disambiguation)

The thief series, video game series. Thief video game 2014 reboot of the thief franchise. Thief: the dark project, the first in a series. Thief: deadly shadows, the Third in the series. Thief II: the metal age, the second in a series. Thief versi ...

                                               

Hamlet on screen

Over fifty films of William Shakespeares "hamlet" was made in 1900. Seven post-war hamlet films were in theatrical release: Laurence Olivier hamlet 1948, Gregory Kozintsevs 1964 Russian film adaptation, the film of the John Gielgud-directed 1964 ...

                                               

Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story

Homeless to Harvard: the Liz Murray story is an American television film directed by Peter Levin. First issued on 7 April 2003 in the United States, it received three nominations primetime the Emmy, including for outstanding made for television m ...

                                               

Harry Brown (film)

Harry brown is a 2009 British action Thriller vigilante film directed by Daniel Barber starring: Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer, Jack oconnell, and Liam Cunningham. The story tells of Harry brown, a widowed Royal Marines Veteran, who served in Nor ...

                                               

Gigantic (film)

see also List of unproduced Disney animated shorts and feature films#2017 Gigantic is a 2008 independent Comedy film Directed by Matt Aselton starring Paul dano, Zooey Deschanel, John Goodman, Edward Asner and Jane Alexander. The script, written ...

                                               

The Inn Where No Man Rests

In a hotel where no one lies in 1903 a quiet French Comedy Directed by Georges Méliès in the INN. The film deals with the state in a drunken mind with light heartedness.

                                               

According to Greta

According to Greta is a 2009 American drama film directed by Nancy Bardawil starring: Hilary Duff, Evan Ross, Michael Murphy, Ellen Burstyn.

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