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    Chimpanzee

    Chimpanzee

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    Released 2012
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    Robocop

    Robocop

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    Released 1987
    An anti-crime solution of the highest degree, Robocop is poised to bring back peace and serenity. Set in old Detroit, a city falling victim to rampant crime and despicable violence, a higher level law enforcement option is desperately needed. As a dedicated officer and family man loses his life in the line of duty, so is born a dedicated enforcer of the law. Half man, and half machine, Robocop is the future of law enforcement. Robocop uses his high-tech weaponry to lift Detroit from its crime-riddled state of misery. Whether it be drug dealers, rapists, killers, or shop lifters, Robocop handles them all with a firm hand and a no-nonsense approach, but, Robocop is haunted by the memories of his murder, and the wife and son he's left behind. As he uncovers an insidious plot deep within the department he represents, he must deal with enforcing the law and maintaining his sanity.moreless
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    Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid

    Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid

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    Released 2004
    Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid is a 2004 horror film from director Dwight H. Little and is a sequel to the 1997 film Anaconda. Set in Borneo, the film follows a group of scientists as they travel deep into the jungle in search of the blood orchid, an extremely rare plant. The blood orchid is believed to have the power to extend human life, a fountain of youth, and may even hold the key to curing cancer. The expedition's guide, Bill Johnson (Johnny Messner), tries to warn the team about the dangers they face, but clashes with team leader Dr. Jack Byron (Matthew Marsden). When Byron orders Johnson to take the team off-course, his rash decision leads to a fatality for the team when an impossibly enormous anaconda crosses their path. Faced with a decision to press on or turn back, they decide to continue their quest for the prized blood orchid. Battling mutant anaconda at every turn, it isn't long before the surviving team members discover the true secret of the blood orchid. Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid also stars Morris Chestnut, KaDee Strickland, Nicholas Gonzalez, and Salli Richardson-Whitfield.moreless
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    The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill

    The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill

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    Released 2005
    The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill celebrates the urban wilderness in San Francisco. Bohemian Mark Bittner has been searching for his direction in life. Homeless and disappointed in his music career, he begins feeding the feral flock of parrots that have made Telegraph Hill their home. The parrots are primarily Red-masked Parakeets, descended from pets that were either released or that escaped from their owners. Bittner watches over the birds and sees their behavior sometimes mimics that of humans. He seeks out birders and avian experts to learn more about the flock. When his care of the birds attracts national and international attention, the flock becomes endangered. Bittner works to ensure the birds, who he states are perfectly capable of caring for themselves, never learn to depend on humans for their survival. The 2003 documentary, directed by Judy Irving, is based on the book by Bittner. It won the 2006 Genesis Award for documentary film.moreless
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    Predators

    Predators

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    Released 2010
    A group consisting of hand selected humans are dropped on a Predator planted to be hunted down.
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    Babies

    Babies

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    Released 2010
    Babies is a documentary film directed by Thomas Balmes that centers on four different infants as they grow and develop, beginning from their birth to their first birthdays. The four babies are all unique in their upbringings, especially in terms of their culture, location, language, and lifestyles. Ponijao is a smiley little girl living in Opuwo, Nambia with her parents and eight older siblings. Mari is a chic little girl living with her parents in a busy metropolitan neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan. Bayar is a laughy little boy living with his parents and older brother on their small farm in Bayanchandmani, Mongolia. Hattie is a ÒgreenÓ little girl with very eco-friendly parents, who try to remain as involved as possible in San Francisco, California. Thomas Balmes goal was to show how children, no matter their earliest upbringing, their parents' parenting style, or the cultural traditions, go through something both unique and universal in those beginning steps of their lives. Babies focuses and highlights the kids as their individual personalities begin to shine through in that first year.moreless
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    Yellowstone Cubs

    Yellowstone Cubs

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    Released 1963
    Yellowstone Cubs follows a pair of overly curious bear cubs who conduct their own mischief filled tour of Yellowstone National Park, much to the consternation of the park rangers and the cubs' mother.moreless
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    The African Lion

    The African Lion

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    Released 1955
    The African Lion follows acclaimed wildlife experts Elma and Alfred Milotte, who spent three years on the plains of Africa filming the life cycle of the lion. They explore the relationship that exists between lions and other animals of the African plateau.moreless
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    Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey

    Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey

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    Released 1991
    Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey follows excellent duo, Ted "Theodore" Logan and Bill S. Preston, Esq., as they tackle their evil robotic clones, being sent to Hell, and competing against the Grim Reaper as they try to make it back to Earth to compete in the Fourth Annual San Dimas Battle of the Bands. Sometime in the future, Chuck De Nomolos manages to steal the traveling phone booth in a bid to remove Bill and Ted's potential peaceful influence on the future. Replacing the two with killer robots, the two find themselves launched directly to hell where they have to face some of the worst horrors known to man, like the Easter Bunny, an evil kissing grandmother, and a drill sergeant, in order to fight their way back to Earth. With the help of Death, can Bill and Ted make it in time to stop De Nomolos from ruining the future?moreless
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    March of the Penguins

    March of the Penguins

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    Released 2005
    March of the Penguins is an 2005 award-winning French nature documentary film about the long journey of the emperor penguins of Antarctica. Directed and by co-written by Luc Jacquet, the film is narrated by several people including Academy Award winning actor, Morgan Freeman, Romaine Bohringer, Jules Sitruk and Amitabh Bachchan. The movie begins in autumn as mature, breeding-age penguins are ready to mate. Once the penguins leave the ocean, they walk sometimes over 100 kilometers to their ancestral breeding grounds. Once they arrive, the penguins go through a delicate breeding process, whereby the embryo must be protected from the elements at all costs. The entire process can be arduous for both the parent penguins as well as the chicks. With every penguin who successfully arrives at the breeding grounds, countless others perish from starvation, the elements and predators such as the leopard seal. Once the chicks reach the point of tending to themselves, the process begins all over again.moreless
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    Monkey Trouble

    Monkey Trouble

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    Released 1994
    Monkey Trouble is a 1994 family comedy directed by Franco Amurri and produced by Mimi Polk and Heidi Rufus Isaacs. The film stars Thora Birch, Mimi Rogers, Christopher Mcdonald, Harvey Keitel and Finster the monkey. Monkey Trouble's plot centers on nine-year-old Eva Gregory (Thora Birch). Eva desperately wants to have a pet to call her own, but her mother Amy (Mimi Rogers) does not think she is responsible enough to take care of a pet and her step-father Tom (Christopher Mcdonald) is terribly allergic to all animals. One day, while in the park, Eva meets an adorable Capuchin monkey (Finster). Eva names the monkey Dodger, hides him in her backpack, takes him home with her and keeps him a secret from her parents. Dodger recently escaped from his drunken and abusive owner named Shorty (Harvey Keitel). Shorty is enraged when he finds out that his monkey is gone and vows to get him back at any cost. Eva and Dodger, who have become best friends, must use all of their wits to evade Shorty.moreless
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    Transcendent Man

    Transcendent Man

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    Released 2011
    TRANSCENDENT MAN chronicles the life and ideas of Ray Kurzweil, the inventor and futurist known for his bold vision of the Singularity, a point in the near future when technology will be changing so rapidly, that we will have to enhance ourselves with artificial intelligence to keep up. Ray predicts this will be the dawning of a new civilization in which we will no longer be dependent on our physical bodies, we will be billions of times more intelligent and there will be no clear distinction between human and machine, real reality and virtual reality. Human aging and illness will be reversed; world hunger and poverty will be solved and we will ultimately cure death. Critics accuse Ray of being too optimistic and argue that the dangers of the Singularity far outweigh the benefits, pointing out the apocalyptic implications that once machines achieve consciousness, we may not be able to control them. Whether Ray's controversial ideas incite excitement or fear, dogma or disbelief this ambitious documentary will forever change the way you look at life, death, and your own future.moreless
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    National Geographic: Solitary Confinement

    National Geographic: Solitary Confinement

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    Released 2010
    National Geographic: Solitary Confinement is just one part of a larger National Geographic series that profiles some of the most common, yet intriguing things that occur and surround us in the world today. Each program runs just under an hour in length and brings us deep into the unknown to better understand what is sometimes right in front of us. In this segment, National Geographic explores the psychological and physical ramifications of living within a prison in solitary confinement. Together, with National Geographic and the prison systems of America, journey deep into the belly of the beast and take part in a controversial and startlingly disturbing encounter. Now, science works round the clock to uncover the actual affects that being locked up and alone for 23 hours a day actually has on the human mind and body. Is solitary the only way to deal with certain hardened criminals? Or is it a legal means of torture far greater than any physical abuse? National Geographic sets out to solve just that.moreless
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    How to Save the World

    How to Save the World

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    Released 2007
    A film about the revival of an arcane farming method in India, the fight of subsistence farmers for food sovereignty in the face of bio-colonialism of corporations like Monsanto and one elderly gentleman who is being called the new Gandhi.moreless
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    Lucy

    Lucy

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    Released 2014
    A drug mule's illicit cargo is absorbed into her system, giving her incredible powers.
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    The Adventures of Brer Rabbit

    The Adventures of Brer Rabbit

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    Released 2006
    Featuring the voices of Wayne Brady, Nick Cannon, Danny Glover, D.L. Hughley, Dorian Harewood and Wanda Sykes, this collection of animated adventures updates the immortal Uncle Remus tales for modern audiences while keeping the spirit of the original stories intact. Tykes will delight in trickster Brer Rabbit's mischievous antics -- which involve outsmarting Brer Bear, Brer Fox and a host of other animals.moreless
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    Blind Spot

    Blind Spot

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    Released 2009
    Blind Spot is a documentary film that illustrates the current oil and energy crisis that our world is facing. Whatever measures of ignorance, greed, wishful thinking, we have put ourselves at a crossroad, which offers two paths with dire consequences. If we continue to burn fossil fuels we will choke the life out of the planet and if we don't our way of life will collapse.moreless
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    For All Mankind

    For All Mankind

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    Released 1989
    For All Mankind is a 1989 historical documentary covering the Apollo space missions from the 1962 inception of the program to the Moon landing in 1969. Beginning with President Kennedy's announcement of the American wish to land on the moon first, the film primarily uses the recordings of the astronauts and mission control engineers and scientists from the original NASA footage to give a uniquely personal and close up perspective on this landmark moment. The film covers the astronauts from the moment they don their spacesuits, to seeing the Earth and moon from capsule window and splashing down back on Earth. The film also captures the more ordinary moments of space travel, with the travelers requesting the latest sports scores as well as joking around on the team. There is also the genuine awe of the experience of stepping on the Moon's surface. Director Al Reinert uses the music of Brian Eno to create a mood of wonder for this thorough and fascinating look at the people who explored outer space "for all mankind."moreless
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    White Wilderness

    White Wilderness

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    Released 1958
    White Wilderness is a 1958 Disney documentary that explores the arctic and examines the animals that live in the harsh habitat that exists up there. Listen as Winston Hibler narrates the film that examines the Alberta, Canada area and the animals that supposedly dwell in that area of the world. The film allows viewers to see animals ranging from polar bears to the arctic rodents known as lemmings. This film has been called one of Walt Disney's most creatively deceptive filming jobs that he ever assisted in producing. One of the more dramatic scenes of the documentary is when we watch a polar bear struggle to stay on an iceberg where he is constantly in danger of slipping off into the icy water. This film is part of the True Life Adventures series that Disney filmed in the 1950s and was part of Disney's award-winning series titled The Wonderful World of Color.moreless
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    Whispers: An Elephant's Tale

    Whispers: An Elephant's Tale

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    Released 2001
    Whispers: An Elephant's Tale is a 2000 Disney family movie directed by Dereck Joubert. The film, set in Africa, focuses on the tale of a young baby elephant, Whispers (Debi Derryberry). Early in Whispers' life, he is separated from his mother. Confused and lonely Whispers wanders off and gets lost. He thinks he has found salvation when he runs into a female elephant, Groove (Angela Bassett). However, Groove may not be what Whispers needs, she is the sister of an alpha-female, an outcast from her own herd and has no maternal instincts. Despite their personality conflict, Groove agrees to help Whispers, just till they find his mother, or a suitable herd. With the threat of poachers, lions and a lack of water plaguing them every where they go, the two elephants make a difficult decision to take a very dangerous journey heading north over the great river to look for Whispers family and safety from the elements.moreless
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