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    Steve Harvey: Still Trippin'

    Steve Harvey: Still Trippin'

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    Released 2008
    Steve Harvey: Still Trippin' is a full length comedy special from legendary comedian Steve Harvey. If you got it, you got it, and rest assured, Steve's still got it. Host of the Original Kings Of Comedy, star of The Steve Harvey Show, and the anchor of The Steve Harvey Morning Show, he's doing what he does best in this one, making people laugh. After making the family folks happy in Don't Trip... He Ain't Through with Me Yet, Steve has brought back the cussing, and now the rest of the world gets in on the hour of hilarity he unleashed on the good folks in Newark, New Jersey. As always, nothing is off limits and noone is safe, including Harvey himself. Family, work, entertainment, the funnyman unleashes his best and baddest material, making no apologies along the way. Sometimes uncomfortable, sometimes rude, sometimes inappropriate, but always funny, Steve Harvey: Still Trippin is an hour of comedic gems you'll be happy you spent with one of the most famous stand up performers of all time.moreless
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    The Secret of the Red Orchid

    The Secret of the Red Orchid

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    Released 1967
    The Secret of the Red Orchid (originally titled Das R''tsel der roten Orchidee) is a 1962 crime thriller by West German writer Edgar Wallace. Scotland Yard Inspector Weston (Adrian Hoven) and FBI agent Captain Allerman (Christopher Lee) team up to tackle the mystery of a series of London blackmail and murders aimed at rich businessmen. The crimes are being perpetrated by figures styling themselves "The Patrons of the Rich," who demand payoffs from their victims if they don't want to join the ranks of the murdered. Allerman, the FBI's agent with the most experience with gangs, has been brought in because authorities suspect the involvement of Chicago mobster boss Gunner Steve (Klaus Kinski), who's set up shop in the city. Meanwhile, socialite Lilian Ranger (Marisa Mel) is worried about her butler Parker (Eddie Arent), whose former employers all keep dying. Weston and Allerman fight to keep themselves and Ranger alive when they find themselves faced with the diabolical machinations of an international crime syndicate.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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    Priceless

    Priceless

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    Released 2006
    Priceless is a 2008 romantic comedy about a woman, Irene (Audrey Tautou), who moves from one rich man to another, enjoying their expensive gifts and the advantages of wealth. One day she wanders into a hotel bar and meets Jean (Gad Elmaleh), a man that she thinks is her type: wealthy and good looking. After they sleep together, though, she discovers he is not rich at all but a lowly employee of the hotel. She moves on but Jean has fallen in love with her. After being fired from the hotel, Jean follows Irene to Nice where she rejects his advances but does agree to be his friend. She teaches him the ways to seduce older women. Soon they are comparing the expensive gifts they receive from their rich benefactors. Originally a workaholic, Jean turns into a lazy gigolo under Irene's tutelage. Will Jean reform his ways and win Irene's heart? This French film was directed by Pierre Salvadori.moreless
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    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

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    Released 1968
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a 1968 children's musical film set in England during the 1910s. Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke) is an eccentric inventor who lives with his two children, Jeremy (Adrian Hall) and Jemima (Heather Ripley), and his peculiar father (Lionel Jeffries). Caractacus meets Truly Scrumptious (Sally Ann Howes), a beautiful upper-class woman, when she brings the children home after she finds them skipping school. Truly is impressed with Caractacus' inventions, but when she lectures him on child-rearing, he quickly becomes offended. The children turn their father's attention to a wrecked Grand Prix motorcar that is about to be sold to the local junkman. Caractacus joins a song-and-dance act to raise the money for the car. He rebuilds the car and names it Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Caractacus, the children and Truly begin an adventure of unexpected dangers with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang there to rescue them each time.moreless
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    Hide

    Hide

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    Released 2008
    Hide was released in 2009, and is rated R. This horror movie was written by Greg Rosati and directed by K.C. Bascombe. It was produced by Wishbone Entertainment and filmed in Argentina. After seven years in jail, convicted murderer Billy (Christian Kane) gets transferred to another facility in a different state to face retrial due to a jurisdictional technicality in his favor. This presents Betty (Rachel Miner) with an opportunity to break her lover out. Once freed, this duo heads to where they hid the take from the last job, only to find it missing. But, circumstances are such that they realize they must come face to face with the pain and havoc that they had brought into so many lives already. Tagged as a slasher and serial killer movie, this may be too much for the squeamish, and fair warning should be given to those that prefer not to watch such genres.moreless
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    The Great Happiness Space

    The Great Happiness Space

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    Released 2006
    The Great Happiness Space tells the story of an escort training club by the name The Great Happiness Space: Rakkyo Cafe. The owner of the club is named Issei. Issei has over twenty boy escorts in training. The boys are taught everything there is to know about how to be a good escort and how to fake being in a relationship with the women who pay them. They are expertly trained how to walk, talk, dress properly and how to please their clients. Issei, Osaka's most famous escort and club owner, takes us through the world of love trading in Japan. This film explores everything there is to know about escort services in Osaka and how they manage to stay and operate underground. It's a very interesting film that will open your mind to the idea of escort services. It was written and directed by Jake Clennell. The movie was produced by Jake Clennell Productions and was released in 2006.moreless
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    Poetic Justice

    Poetic Justice

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    Released 1993
    Poetic Justice is an urban drama and romance film directed by John Singleton, starring pop superstar Janet Jackson and rap icon Tupac Shakur. Justice (Janet Jackson) is a free willing spirit whom sacrifices her dream of attending college after her boyfriend is ruthlessly murdered in South Central Los Angeles. Now a cosmetologist, Justice deals with the pain of her loss through poetry. Emotionally drained and distant to new relationships, Justice meets Lucky (Tupac), a Post Office Clerk and single father whom tries to court Justice, only to find his advances awkward and demeaning. It is only by coincidence that Lesha (Regina King), Justice's close friend and client, invites her on a road trip. Justice agrees without knowing that the road trip entails accompanying Lucky on his clerk job, driving an important package up state with their mutual friend Chicago (Joe Torry). Justice and Lucky fight most of the time due to their difference in life philosophies. In the end both come to the realization that they have a lot more in common, poetry, though with an entire different tone and delivery.moreless
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    Bella

    Bella

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    Released 2006
    Bella follows two people on a crash course with destiny in New York City. Jos'' (Eduardo Verastegui) is a chef at an upscale restaurant in Manhattan. When waitress Nina (Tammy Blanchard) rushes in late for her shift again, the owner fires her on the spot. Jos'' quits his job and rushes outside to make sure she's OK. Nina confides she just learned she is pregnant and, because she's not sure she's ready for the responsibility of raising a child, she's considering having an abortion. He decides to talk with her about her choices, help her find a new job and take her to meet his warm-hearted family in Long Island. The two confide their most painful, private moments to each other. Jos'' offers to stand by Nina as she makes one of the most difficult decisions of her life. The 2007 film from Alejandro Gomez Monteverde, who also co-wrote the screenplay with Patrick Million, took the People's Choice Award at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival.moreless
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    Super High Me

    Super High Me

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    Released 2007
    Super High Me is a 2008 documentary that follows comedian Doug Benson as he explores the world of marijuana through a variety of experiments and conversations. The host of "Doug Loves Movies" and a popular standup on the club circuit, Benson publicly acknowledges his love of the recreational herb. To investigate the effects his use may have on his life, he compares two 30-day experiments: one month of sober living and one month of daily marijuana use. Along the way, he uses medical exams, IQ tests and even psychic readings to compare the two states of mind with some surprising results. He also continues his usual performance schedule allowing the audience to witness the difference in his style. Once Benson returns to marijuana use, he samples a variety of different blends and smoking devices while looking at every angle of weed culture. He also speaks to a variety of marijuana activists, educators and fans as he crosses the country and speaks to other entertainers about their use.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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    The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful

    The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful

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    Released 2004
    The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful is a sexy western spoof about a young waitress who inherits a ghost town. Annie, (Nicole Sheridan) a hot, buxom, cocktail waitress, has just inherited Devil's Ring casino, a little piece of property in the middle of a ghost town. When she learns that she might also be the owner of some long lost buried treasure from an outlaw named Calamity Kate, (Belinda Gavin) Annie enlists her friend Stacy (Beverly Lynne) to check it out. However, as they is riding out to the old diamond mine, Annie and Stacy are cut off by greedy land baron J R Masterson (Jay Richardson). All looks lost for the girls until Kate herself rises from the grave to lend a hand in helping dispatch Masterson and his crew. Fred Olen Ray directs this campy parody, also called Bikini Round-Up, that is filled with sex and silliness from start to finish.moreless
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    The Way I Spent the End of the World

    The Way I Spent the End of the World

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    Released 2006
    The Way I Spent the End of the World is 2006 Romanian coming-of-age drama. In 1989 Bucharest, the iron-fisted rule of communist dictator Ceausescu has begun to crumple. One day, 17-year old Eva (Dorothea Petrie) and her boyfriend, Alex (Ionut Becheru), accidently topple a statue of leader. After confessing to the crime, Eva is sent to reform school whereas Alex, due to his family's political ties, only gets a stern rebuke. While at her new school, Eva meets Andrei (Cristian Vararu), whose parents have gone missing due to their political views. The pair decide to break out of their school and country by swimming across the Danube to freedom. Meanwhile, Eva's younger brother, Lalalilu (Timotei Duma), has been invited to perform as part of a children's chorus for Ceausescu. Although only 7 years old, he conspires with his friends, Silvica (Marian Stoica) and Tarzan (Marius Stan) to assassinate the ruler as he believes it will allow Eva to stay in the country.moreless
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    The Perfect Holiday

    The Perfect Holiday

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    Released 2007
    The Perfect Holiday is a beloved 2007 fantastical family comedy featuring an all star cast of top African American talent, directed and co-written by Lance Rivera (The Cookout). Gabrielle Union plays Nancy, a newly divorced woman whose daughter overhears her conversation about what she wants from a man: a compliment. The daughter visits a mall Santa (played by Morris Chestnut) named Benjamin and wishes that her mom get a compliment by her man. Benjamin gives Nancy a compliment and soon they begin to date. Problems arise when Nancy's naive son, John John gets annoyed by Benjamin because the little tyke misses his arrogant and thoughtless wannabe-rapper father J-Jizzy (played by Charlie Murphy) who would rather be large than be with his family. Then things get even more complicated for the relationship between Nancy and Benjamin when J-Jizzy asks for Benjamin, who also sings, to record with him. Queen Latifah plays Mrs. Christmas, an angel who is also the narrator of the movie.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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    Checking Out

    Checking Out

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    Released 2005
    Checking Out is a dark comedy in which the aging, former stage actor Morris Applebaum (Peter Falk) has decided that his time on this earth has come to an end. He invites his children (played by Laura San Giacomo, David Paymer, and Judge Rhinehold) to come and visit him and, in good spirits, announces his imminent suicide. After receiving the expected protests in good humor, Applebaum denies them any chance of changing his mind and makes a clever escape to bid a final farewell to this life that has given him so much. An amusing and energetic chase around Manhattan ensues as Applebaum's children do what ever they can to prevent his death. But is he serious about killing himself or are there other motives at play? Based on the play by Allen Swift and directed by Jeff Hare, Checking Out generated awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress.moreless
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    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

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    Released 2007
    4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days is a 2007 Romanian drama movie, written and directed by Christian Mungiu, focusing on a tragic true story from communist Romania.. The movie is about Gabriela ‘Gabita’ Dragut (Laura Vasiliu) and Otilia Mihartescu (Anamaria Marinca), two best friends attending university in an unnamed Romanian town. When Gabita discovers that she has fallen pregnant, but is not ready for the responsibilities of being a single mother, the girls arrange a secret meeting with a man by the name of Mr. Bebe (Vlad Ivanov), who should perform an illegal abortion for her in the hotel room upon which they agree. All does not go well, however, as there are first complications with the hotel and then with Mr. Bebe, who is immoral and demands a high price, of more than just monetary value, from both girls in order to perform the less-than-safe abortion. Gabita’s lies also frustrate Otilia, straining their relationship. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days won 23 award and was nominated for an additional 19 awards, including a Golden Globe.moreless
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    The Island

    The Island

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    Released 2007
    The Island is a 1980 horror movie with elements of both mystery and adventure. Blair Maynard (Michael Caine) stops at nothing to get a good story. When he hears about a mystery surrounding a ship, apparently lost forever in the Caribbean, Blair resolves to crack the case and make his mark as a journalist. With his young son, Justin (Jeffrey Frank), in tow, Blair heads off to figure out the mystery of the disappearing cruise. Blair tries to keep a rational and open mind, not sure whether to buy into the sensational rumors he hears. What Blair and Justin find, however, is beyond their wildest fears. The father and son are held captive by a group of pirates who have survived for decades in a self-created time warp, waiting to wreak havoc on anyone unfortunate enough to stumble into their trap. As he watches his son transform into a savage under the influence of the pirates, Blair despairs of ever returning to his own time and life.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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    Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity

    Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity

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    Released 2007
    Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity is a live comedy show by ventriloquist Jeff Dunham. His comedy act consists of his conversations with his multiple puppets, each with thier own personality. The puppets that Dunham uses during this show are Walter, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Melvin the Superhero Guy, Peanut, and Jos'' Jalape''o on a Stick. Walter is a grumpy old Vietnam war veteran who complains about his wife, and enjoys pointing out Dunham's faults. Achmed the Dead Terrorist is exactly what his name implies; a former suicide bomber. Melvin the Superhero Guy is a superhero with somewhat useless powers and a large nose. Peanut is a purple alien who takes pride in insulting Jos''. Jos'' Jalape''o on a Stick is a large jalape''o pepper on a stick, who is frequently mocked by Peanut, especially for being on a stick. The show also includes a special feature of how Melvin the Superhero Guy was created.moreless
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