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    GO

    GO

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    Released 1999
    GO is the 1999 heavily stylized dark comedy now available on Crackle.com and features an all star cast including Jay Mohr, Scott Wolf, and a fresh Katie Holmes while still in her Dawson's Creek years. The style is similar to that of then new and wildly popular "Pulp Fiction" as the film has three separate story lines linked by one common occurrence - in this case, a drug deal gone bad. On an LA Christmas Eve, deadbeat and local 24 hour grocery store Simon asks young and pretty small time drug dealer Ronna to cover his shift while he takes off for a Vegas roadtrip. That night, two under-the-radar and closeted gay soap stars, Adam and Zack, ask Ronna to hook them up with some dope, though unbeknownst to her, the whole thing is a sting set up by narcotics agent Burke to get the pair off drug charges of their own. In vegas, Simon's trip takes a bad turn when he accidentally shoots a known maffioso at a strip club. All the story lines meet and are resolved at a secret rave that ends up much more than the young party seekers can handle. The film was received with mixed critical acclaims and was Doug Liman's answer to his smash indie hit "Swingers"moreless
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    The Last Dragon

    The Last Dragon

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    Released 1985
    The action takes place in New York City, where young Leroy Green dreams of becoming a martial artist master. Leroy's goal is to reach "The Final Level," allowing him to possess "The Glow". "The Glow" is a mystical energy that transforms any ordinary fighter into the most powerful martial artist alive. But first, Leroy must contend with the bad guys. Eddie Arkadian, a corrupt arcade mogul who threatens the life of Leroy's true love Laura Charles. Even more nefarious is the villainous Sho'nuff, the Shogun of Harlem who will stop at nothing to destroy Leroy and prove himself the ultimate master.moreless
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    Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah

    Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidorah

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    Released 2001
    Godzilla, Mothra, and King Ghidora: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack is a 2001 Japanese monster film and the 25th installment of the Godzilla series. This film stands as a direct sequel to the original 1954 Godzilla film. The story takes place in 2001, nearly fifty years after Godzilla destroyed Tokyo. Tokyo hasn't experience another attack since then. However, reports of a monster attack on New York City as well as evidence that other deadly monsters exist on Earth has compelled Japan to prepare for the worst. Chiharu Niiyama plays Yuri Tachibana, a young filmmaker who must summon three long-dormant Guardian Monsters after witnessing a prophecy of Godzilla's return. As Godzilla nears, the Guardians awake and prepare for battle. Baragon is a subterranean dinosaur similar to Godzilla. Mothra is a giant insect with divine powers who sympathizes with the humans. Lastly, King Ghidora is a powerful three-headed dragon with devastating energy attacks. The Guardians are all great monsters, but are they strong enough to defeat Earth's greatest threat? Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidora is a celebrated installment in the Godzilla series that earned some of the best reviews ever given to Japanese monster films.moreless
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    Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

    Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

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    Released 1995
    Godzilla vs. Destroyah is a 1995 Japanese monster film and the 22nd installment of the Godzilla series. This film immediately follows Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla, beginning with the chaos following SpaceGodzilla's destruction. Birth Island is destroyed, and Gozilla's son, LittleGodzilla, is presumed dead. Godzilla, despite saving Earth from its most recent global threat, appears in Hong Kong covered in bizarre glowing rashes and destroys the city. Scientists are confused by Godzilla's sudden animosity. The G-Force hires brilliant college student Kenichi Yamane to research Godzilla's condition and present a solution. Yemane quickly deduces that the atomic dinosaur is suffering a nuclear heart attack from absorbing too much energy. If the monster isn't treated, his death could trigger an explosion that would destroy planet Earth. As if that wasn't enough, a new threat appears from the ashes of the original Godzilla, killed in 1954. The Destroyah are vicious and strange. The creatures are evolving quickly and becoming more deadly by the minute. The ensuing battle between the huge monsters could destroy the world unless the human scientists can find a way to cure Godzilla. Godzilla vs. Destroyah is the thrilling conclusion to the seven-part Heisei series, starring Yasufumi as the young hero Kenichi Yamane.moreless
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    The Island of Dr. Moreau

    The Island of Dr. Moreau

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    Released 1977
    The Island of Dr. Moreau is a 1977 science fiction film directed by Don Taylor. It is an adaptation of the novel of the same name by H.G. Wells. After Andrew Braddock's (Michael York) ship sinks in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, he escapes on a raft and drifts to an isolated island. He soon discovers the residence of Dr. Moreau (Burt Lancaster), a scientist who claims that he is doing medical research. The other inhabitants of Dr. Moreau's compound include a reclusive, alcoholic scientist named Dr. Montgomery (Nigel Davenport), Dr. Moreau's servant M'Ling (Nick Cravat), and Dr. Moreau's mistress, Maria (Barbara Carrera). Although he receives a warm welcome, Braddock soon discovers that the Dr. Moreau is actually on an insane quest to morph animals into humans. When Braddock learns that Dr. Moreau has decided to conduct his crazed experiments on him, he struggles to survive the terrors of the island.moreless
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    Angel and the Badman

    Angel and the Badman

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    Released 1947
    Angel and the Badman is a 1945 western directed by James Edward Grant. When outlaw Quirt Evans (John Wayne) is running from the police, he succumbs to exhaustion and faints on the property of a kind, Quaker farmer named Thomas Worth (John Halloran). Thomas's daughter Penny (Gail Russell) is instantly attracted to Quirt and tries to teach him about the non-violent morals of her Quaker family. Although Quirt is reluctant to accept their peaceful ways at first, he finds himself slowly adapting to them as he falls in love with Penny. He begins to help the family farm the land, and he even resolves a conflict that they have with their cantankerous neighbor, Frederick Carson (Paul Hurst). His life with the Evans family is soon threatened when his former associate Randy McCall (Lee Dixon) rides into town. As Randy tries to convince Quirt to steal cattle, Quirt must decide whether to stay with Penny or fall back into a life of crime.moreless
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    Thank You, Mr. Moto

    Thank You, Mr. Moto

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    Released 1937
    Thank You, Mr. Moto is the second in the Mr. Moto series of films, released in 1937 and directed by Norman Foster. It is loosely based on the book of the same name by the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist John P. Marquand, and stars Peter Lorre as the Japanese detective Kentaro Moto. The film opens in the Gobi Desert, with Moto and his traveling companions settling down to sleep. After Moto kills a man who attempts to steal a scroll from him, it is revealed that this is one of seven scrolls which give directions to the hidden grave of Genghis Khan. A deadly and murderous race is soon on between Moto and a number of other treasure hunters including Colonel Tchernov (Sig Ruman), Herr Koerger (Sidney Blackmer) and Eleanor Joyce (Jayne Regan) to be the first to find the grave and the treasure it contains. The hunters must also compete with the Chung family, who seek to safeguard the tomb.moreless
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    Sexy Beast

    Sexy Beast

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    Released 2001
    Sexy Beast is a 2000 crime drama from director Jonathan Glazer that mixes a fascinating character study with humor and brutal violence. Gary 'Gal' Dove (Ray Winstone) retires from his life of crime along with his beloved wife, Deedee (Amanda Redman). They have found a blissful spot in rural Spain that they share with their friends Aitch (Cavan Kendall) and Jackie (Julianne White). Their lives are a relaxing series of barbeques until a former criminal associate Don Logan (Ben Kingsley) arrives. Logan has a plan to rob a British bank and expects Gal to participate as part of his hand-picked crew. Gal wants to leave the past behind but clearly fears the volatile Logan, who will not take no for an answer. Eventually, Gal agrees to travel with Logan back to London, and joins up with the rest of the criminal crew, including the frightening Teddy Bass (Ian McShane). Kingsley received an Academy Award nomination for his chilling portrayal of a criminal sociopath.moreless
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    Robin and Marian

    Robin and Marian

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    Released 1976
    Robin and Marian is a 1976 adventure-romance-drama, starring Sean Connery as Robin Hood and Audrey Hepburn as Maid Marian. The film picks up about twenty years after the traditional Robin Hood story left off, with an aging Robin Hood returning to his old haunts in Sherwood. He is jaded from his service in the harsh Crusades and ready for some calm times. When he is reunited with Maid Marian, his old flame, it looks like his time at home will be sweetly flavored by some romance. That is, until he has to rescue Maid Marian from his longtime enemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham, after the latter attempts to arrest Maid Marian on the grounds of religion. Although Robin Hood is now older and his beard is full of gray hair, he still has what it takes to save the day and, of course, the beautiful maiden. Robin and Marian is a film about love and adventure and lots of good times.moreless
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    Stealth Fighter

    Stealth Fighter

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    Released 1999
    A naval pilot fakes his own death and ends up employed by a Latin American arms dealer. He steals a stealth fighter from a U.S.A.F. base, and uses the fighter to target certain military installations around the world.moreless
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    The Hard Way

    The Hard Way

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    Released 1991
    This buddy-action comedy mocks its genre. Actor Michael J. Fox needs to get under a cop's skin to research an upcoming role, and he picks an irritable New York City hard case (James Woods) as his source material. As if dealing with Fox weren't enough, the cop has a serial killer to catch. Fox soon learns that in the real world, you can't say "Cut."moreless
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    High School High

    High School High

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    Released 1996
    High School High is an American comedy film made in 1996 by TriStar Pictures and from the makers of the comedy classic franchise, The Naked Gun. The movie stars Jon Lovitz as Richard Clark, a dorky, out of touch optimist who ends up becoming a teacher at a public school that seems more like a war zone, gang land than a place of learning. There are even reserved parking spots for the SWAT team vehicles. Needless to say, an education isn't exactly these kids' priority. Can Richard save the futures of these dangerous and confused teen thugs from going the way of the gun or pipe? He'll at least get some help from co-worker turned partner, Victoria (played by the sexy Tia Carrere). Spoofing inspirational schooling movies like Dangerous Minds and Dead Poets' Society, High School is a hilarious "fish out of water" movie mixed with classic slap stick and sight gags.moreless
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    The Man From Laramie

    The Man From Laramie

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    Released 1955
    The Man From Laramie is an American Western starring James Stewart as Will Lockhart, a cowboy who gets caught up in the dangerous affairs of a ranching family in Coronado after bringing a shipment of supplies there from Laramie. The Waggoman family run a profitable business in Coronado. Amongst their several legal enterprises, popular opinion has it that they also sell guns to a local Native American tribe, guns that killed Will Lockhart's brother. The more time Lockhart spends in Coronado the harder it is for him to leave, as the scheming Waggoman family bait the traveling cowboy into a series of fights. He takes refuge at the estate of another local rancher, Kate Canady, who hopes the strong-willed cowboy will put an end to the Waggoman's reign once and for all. The Man From Laramie is a classic Western, and it's the fifth collaboration between Stewart and famed Western and film noir director Anthony Mann.moreless
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    The Rifleman Movie

    The Rifleman Movie

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    Released 1958
    The Rifleman was western series that broadcast by ABC at Tuesday as 30 minutes show in all part of the USA. It premiered on September 30, 1958 until it reaches the finale on April 8, 1963 as it classified on Action's adventure series. It starred Chuck Connors as Lucas McCain who's a widower and Union veteran of the civil war and Johnny Crawford played as Mark, the son of McCain. That lived on a ranch just outside the fictitious town of North Fork, New Mexico territorymoreless
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    Cyborg Cop

    Cyborg Cop

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    Released 1993
    Cyborg Cop is a 1993 sci-fi action flick about a wealthy mad scientist (John Rhys-Davis) who transforms kidnapped men into killer cyborgs then sells them to the highest bidder. Former DEA agent Jack (David Bradley) receives an emergency message from his brother Phillip (Todd Jensen), he travels to a Caribbean island to search for him. Phillip, who is also an agent, was ambushed during a mission along with his team members on the island. Jack soon discovers that the evil scientist has changed his brother into one of the killer cyborgs. While in search of his brother, Jack also finds that some of the cyborgs are going to be used to murder someone of great importance. Jack is now faced with the dire task of saving his brother from the grasp of a madman and thwarting a murder plot. He must also face the wrath of the mindless killer cyborgs bent on stopping him.moreless
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    In the Electric Mist

    In the Electric Mist

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    Released 2008
    In the Electric Mist is a 2009 crime drama directed by Bertrand Tavemier based on the novel, In the Electric Mist of the Confederate Dead, by James Lee Burke. Detective Dave Robicheaux (Tommy Lee Jones) lives in Louisanna and wants to bring down a notorious gangster "Baby Feet" Balboa (John Goodman) who is believed to be involved in the murder of several girls in New Orleans. At the same time, Dave sees the ghosts of Confederate soldiers from the Civil War who are long dead and thinks he is losing his mind. He is also haunted by a decades old mystery involving the murder of a black man in a local swamp that went unsolved. Dave begins to suspect that the murders of the black man and the girls may be linked. Together with his partner, Rosie Gomez (Justina Muchado), the two begin to uncover crime and corruption that reaches far back into the past.moreless
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    Chocolate

    Chocolate

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    Released 2008
    Chocolate is a 2008 Thai martial arts film that pits a mother and daughter against a criminal underworld. Zin (Ammara Siripong) is a money-lender working for a Thai gangster called No. 8 (Pongpat Wachirabunjong) and married to Yakuza boss Masashi (Hiroshi Abe). In a fit of jealousy, No. 8 forbids Zin from seeing Masashi again, leading Zin to flee for the safety of her unborn daughter. Years later, her daughter, Zen (Yanin "Jeeja" Vismistananda), has grown up an autistic young woman with a natural genius for martial arts. She picks up her moves by watching television and copying what she sees at the Muay Thai school next to her home. When Zin falls ill with cancer and there is no money for treatment, Zen finds a list of outstanding debts from her mother's lending days and sets out on a mission to collect. Things turn violent quickly and attract a lot of attention, particularly from Masashi and the merciless No. 8.moreless
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    Dynamite Warrior

    Dynamite Warrior

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    Released 2006
    Dynamite Warrior is a 2007 fantasy martial arts movie directed by Chalerm Wongpim. The film is set in rural Thailand during the 1920s. Jone Bang Fai (Dan Chupong) is a grief stricken teenage boy who witnessed his parents' savage murder. Jone Bang Fai's only memory of the murderer is a tatoo the man had and a rumor that he runs with a group of local cattle raiders. A local nobleman, Lord Waeng (Phutipong Sriwat) wants to persuade the townspeople into supporting his steam tractor business. Since the people are hesitant, Lord Waeng hires a goon known as "The Thief"(Somdet Kaewleu) to steal their cattle. When Jone Bang Fai catches a glimpse of The Thief, something hits him. From that point on he focuses all his anger and vengeful thoughts on The Thief and his cattle raider comrades. Will Jone Bang Fai avenge his parents' death, or is he a young man consumed with grief and looking for someone to blame?moreless
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    Peeping Tom

    Peeping Tom

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    Released 1960
    Peeping Tom, first seen in 1960, is now regarded as a classic psychological thriller; but, when new, it was by far the most controversial film ever to be made by the legendary British director Michael Powell. It concerns Mark, a shy, repressed young man who works as a cameraman on films and in his spare time makes some extra cash on the side taking still photographs of scantily clad models. But he is also a serial killer who films his (always female) victims at the very moment of their deaths. Even seen today, the film is a pretty shocking one.moreless
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    Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor

    Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor

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    Released 1994
    Streetwise fighter David Sloan (Sasha Mitchell) returns for the fourth installment of the Kickboxer series. This time around, he's trapped inside a prison for a murder he didn't commit, and his wife (Deborah Mansy) has become a sexual slave in his absence. The authorities agree to release him if he can lead them to the hideout of Tong Po (Kamel Krifa), the villain who's holding his wife captive. But can he deliver the goods?moreless
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