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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 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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    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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    Hair

    Hair

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    Released 1979
    Hair is the 1979 film adaptation of the wildly popular Broadway musical about the 1960s counterculture. Claude (John Savage), a reserved young man from Oklahoma, meets a carefree group of hippies in New York's Central Park led by the politically fervent, Berger (Treat Williams). Although Claude was going to enlist in the Army, Bergen convinces him that the free love lifestyle and protest marches are a better alternative. Claude falls in love with Sheila (Beverly D'Angelo), a society girl who has joined "the tribe." The story segues through the trademark conflicts of the era, race relations, long-haired hippies and resistance to the Vietnam War. The familiar songs like "Age of Aquarius" and "Frank Mills" resonate against the New York City landmarks, with beautifully realized choreography by Twyla Tharp. Directed by the Oscar-winning director Milos Forman ("One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest"), the film faithfully captures the beloved music and free-spirit of the Gerome Ragni and James Rado original.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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    Cul-De-Sac

    Cul-De-Sac

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    Released 1966
    Cul-De-Sac is a psychological thriller about two criminals who take a married couple hostage in their own home. The film opens with the arrival of two gangsters, Dicky (Lionel Stander) and Albie (Jack MacGowran), pushing their car onto the beach of a remote island with a castle. Albie is seriously injured and unable to leave the car, so Dicky goes to take refuge in the castle and await rescue by their gang boss. The castle is home to the eccentric and neurotic George (Donald Pleasence), who is a retired businessman, and his young and beautiful Wife, Teresa (Fran''oise Dorl''ac). Upon encountering the couple in the house, Dicky threatens them and takes them hostage. After they bring Albie up to the castle, Albie dies and the others bury him. The three then get drunk and spend the night in deep conversation. The following day, Dicky needs to pose as a butler to deceive visitors who come to make a house call on George and Teresa. Throughout Dicky's hold-up of the castle, the relationship between him, George, and Teresa takes many darkly humorous turns.moreless
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    Broken Flowers

    Broken Flowers

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    Released 2005
    Broken Flowers is a comedy-drama about a lifelong bachelor trying to figure out if he actually has a son. Don Johnston (Bill Murray) has lived a life of leisure, earning plenty of money and taking on a string of lovers. One day, he receives a letter in the mail from an anonymous ex-lover telling him that he has a 19 year-old son. Initially, Don intends to do nothing about it, but his neighbor, Winston (Jeffrey Wright) convinces him that he should try to find the boy. After some investigation, the two men decide that there are four likely candidates who may have sent the letter, and Don sets out to meet all of them. Each encounter with an ex-lover is different, but all are fraught with some degree of anger or emotional instability. Throughout his journey, however, Don is never able to get a definitive answer from any of the women with whom he once had a relationship. After a lifetime of being a cad, is there any redemption for a man who never truly loved anyone other than himself?moreless
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    The Rookie

    The Rookie

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    Released 2002
    The Rookie is an inspiring 2003 sports drama based on a true story. Jim Morris (Dennis Quaid) has a nice life, he coaches a Texas high school team, has a lovely wife, Lorri (Rachel Griffith), and a great son, Hunter Morris (Angus T. Jones). Yet, there's a faraway look in his eye as he scans the Texas landscape from his front porch. As a young man, he pitched in the minor leagues but an arm injury prevented him from making it to the majors. Now 35, he makes what seems like an outlandish bet with his school team. If they make the playoffs, he will try out with a big league team. Both the team and the coach get their wins, and Jim finds himself far from his family, surrounded by teenagers, back in the minor leagues. Can his miraculous fast ball get him a spot on the Tampa Bay Devil Rays' roster? Directed by John Lee Hancock ("The Blind Side"), this captivating drama demonstrates that it really is never too late for dreams to come true.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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    The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes

    The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes

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    Released 1970
    The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes is a 1970 film starring Robert Stephens and Colin Blakely in an unconventional but highly satisfying Sherlock Holmes adventure which falls into two parts. Holmes may be the greatest detective in the history of mankind, but why is he so aloof from women? While he can piece together the most obscure clues and decipher the toughest mysteries, his personal life remains a secret. This lavish film, directed by Billy Wilder, was initially a box-office flop, but has deservedly attained classic status.moreless
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    And Justice For All

    And Justice For All

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    Released 1979
    And Justice for All is the 1979 famed Al Pacino courtroom drama directed by Norman Jewison, and now available on Crackle.com. The film also features the famous actor/teacher Lee Strasberg (whom Pacino studied with and starred along side of in "The Godfather Part II"). It features the famous scene in which Pacino's character, morally conflicted attorney Arthur Kirkland, grabs the judges gavel and screams "You're out of order! You're out of order! The whole trial is out of order!". Kirkland is an idealistic lawyer who believes the law should serve and protect the people above all. He lands a rape case that shakes him to the bone. Kirkland's defendant is a wicked judge who discloses his guilt to him. Kirkland must decide whether to continue defending his client as the law dictates everyone is entitled to a defense, or go against his duty and turn the crooked judge in. The film received 2 academy award nominations - one for Pacino's performance in a leading role, and one for the original screenplay.moreless
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    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

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    Released 1998
    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is a 1998 dark comedy about a sportswriter and his lawyer who go on a drug-fueled trip to Las Vegas. Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp) is assigned to cover the Mint 400 motorcycle race in Las Vegas. He rents a convertible and drives there with his lawyer, Dr. Gonzo (Benicio Del Toro). On the way, the two men begin to consume a massive quantity of hallucinogenic drugs. They pick up a hitchhiker (Tobey Maguire) on the way, but end up terrifying him so badly that he begs to be let go. Afraid that the boy will call the police, Duke and Gonzo speed on to Vegas where they have considerable difficulty maintaining a grip on reality. Though assigned to cover the motorcycle race, the two men spend far more time visiting casinos and consuming increasingly larger quantities of drugs. They eventually split up and must struggle to stay alive and coherent as they careen through the dangerous underbelly of Las Vegas.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 Boxer

    The Boxer

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    Released 1997
    The Boxer is a 1997 drama about a former boxer who becomes involved in a conflict with the IRA after being released from prison. After spending 14 years in jail, Danny Flynn (Daniel Day-Lewis) returns to his hometown in Northern Ireland wanting nothing more than a peaceful life. He decides to open a boxing gym, hoping that it might prevent young boys in the neighborhood from getting involved in more violent pursuits. While renovating the gym, Danny discovers a large quantity of explosives being hidden by the IRA. Danny throws them away, drawing the ire of the local IRA boss, Harry (Gerard McSorley). At the same time, Danny rekindles a relationship with his old girlfriend, Maggie (Emily Watson), whom the IRA considers off-limits because her husband is an IRA member that is serving a prison term. The feud between Danny and the IRA quickly escalates to the point that a police officer is killed, a riot ensues and Danny's gym is burned to the ground. Things get even worse when the IRA decides that the only way to set things right is to kill Danny, too.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 Eyes of Laura Mars

    The Eyes of Laura Mars

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    Released 1978
    The Eyes of Laura Mars is a 1978 thriller starring Faye Dunaway and Tommy Lee Jones in a film about a popular fashion photographer with a penchant for violent scenes who becomes caught in a string of murders as bloody and depraved as her photographs. Dunaway plays Laura Mars, a beautiful artist with an eye for violence. Her work is well-known and controversial. She has an upcoming anthology featuring a selection of her work called The Eyes of Laura Mars, but shortly before its release she begins experiencing disturbing visions of people close to her having their eyes stabbed with an ice pick. The visions become even more disturbing when she discovers they're visions of reality, and her friends are actually dying. The police realize she's the central target of a serial killer. Lt. John Neville (Tommy Lee Jones) is appointed to the case, and he develops a rocky romance with Laura while he protects her from harm. As the killer creeps closer to Laura, she must wonder who could commit these crimes, why she's seeing the visions, and if there's any chance she'll survive. The Eyes of Laura Mars is directed by Irvin Kershner and written by John Carpenter.moreless
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    Black Friday

    Black Friday

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    Released 2007
    Black Friday is Anurag Kashyap's on screen adaptation of S. Hussain Zaidi's well known book. It's the story of investigations that took place following the aftermath of the serial bomb blasts in 1993 in Bombay.moreless
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    The Great Buck Howard

    The Great Buck Howard

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    Released 2008
    The Great Buck Howard is a 2009 road comedy about a long past his prime lounge act and his befuddled assistant. Troy Gable (Colin Hanks) decides to drop out of law school in spite of his father's (Tom Hanks) vast disappointment. Instead, Troy loves show business and takes a job as the personal assistant to "The Great Buck Howard" (John Malkovich). Buck was once a favorite guest on "The Tonight Show," but those days are long gone. He's bitter, demanding and painfully unfunny. Troy's job is to follow Buck on his cross-country bus tour of places likes Hicksville and Akron. While Valerie Brennan (Emily Blunt), Buck's publicist, and his manager, Gil Bellamy (Ricky Jay), try to resuscitate Buck's career, Troy learns the real world of entertainment, from fetching water to carrying bags and enduring the tantrums of a larger-than-life ego. Along the way, many real-life celebrities make cameo appearances as themselves, including Martha Stewart, Jon Stewart, Conan O'Brien, Jay Leno and magician David Blaine.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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