An airplane carrying several counterfeit paintings, worth millions to the counterfeiters, suffers a malfunction in the cargo hold, spilling the paintings, as well as all the luggage, near a... See full summary »
April 14, 1865. As four year of Civil War draw to a close, our country again faces unforgettable tragedy: the assassination of the President. Starring Lance Henriksen as the Great ... See full summary »
Story is begin with the childhood of rich and powerful Simon Qing (Lam Wai-Kin) has been schooled in the ways of sex by his virile father (Tsui Siu-Keung), but is still a virgin. That is, ... See full summary »
Boris Arkadin is a horror film maker. His pregnant wife was brutally murdered by a Manson-like gang of hippy psychopaths during the 1960s. He becomes a virtual recluse - until years later ... See full summary »
Following the journey of a caterpillar along the Japanese islands from Nagasaki to Hokkaido, this allegorical and oblique first feature film by Kuroki depicts in exquisite images a series of encounters and life's turning points.
"Shooting Sizemore" confirms what I had long suspected - Tom Sizemore is a deeply talented actor, yet a flawed individual. I respect him all the more for exposing his personal life in order to understand himself better. This is real life, not scripted. The drugs, the alcohol, the dysfunctional relationships with women, the emotional outbursts of rage and tears within minutes of each other - it's all there. It's raw, emotional, and powerful stuff. I sincerely hope that Hollywood gives Tom the second chance that he deserves.
I would highly recommend this VH1 series to anyone interested in film, and as a warning to those who think that Hollywood is paved with gold.
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