Tony Camonte is a Prohibition era mobster with dreams… The only problem is that as he moves up the ranks in the Mafia, so does the number of enemies he makes along the way!
There are all kinds of gambling, casino games only being a very small representation. Jack (Clive Owen,) Croupier’s central character spends much of the movie insisting that he does not gamble. He’s insistent that his primary calling is as a writer. This sets up the on going narration, Jack telling us the story he’s writing [...]
Cop Land tells the story of how a small time Sheriff in an beautiful small town, that is populated by NYPD Officers, starts to look in to the seamy underbelly of the small town, after one of the cops makes a mistake and kills 2 stoners by mistake, and then himself! And how as this small time Sheriff dig in to the seamy underbelly of his town, he will find somethings that will change his world forever!
T.A.P.S tells the story of a student body at a Military Academy that is about to learn what life is really like as a Soldier, when the Students at this Military Academy loose both their beloved Commandant and their school and decide to stage an uprising and arm themselves in an effort to get them both back!
Flowers In The Attic tells the tale of a group of children and their mother as they end up heading to their cruel and vindictive Grandparents, only to find that they are locked away in a lavish Prison of their grand parents house, and will have to escape before their family lets them die off one by one…
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<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-19789" title="Bed 1" src="http://awesomebmovies.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Bed-1.jpg" alt="" width="25 5″ height=”475″ />On regular television there is a channel which seems to mostly play movies that have in some capacity to do with abuse of women by men, rather it be mental or physical abuse, and how these women overcome these evil men… Well this channel [...]
Rachel Samstat is a Food columnist who doesn’t ever want to get married, that is until she meets Mark Forman that is, and despite some major reservations they end up getting married. But Rachel discovers that Mark has been cheating on her, it will be up to Rachel to decide to recreate the wedded bliss that they once had or to start fresh as a single mother…
On the mean streets of Chicago, Michael ‘Mick’ O’Brien is a bad ass up and coming criminal. After a failed attempt to rob an up and coming Drug lord by the name of Paco. Mick is sent to Prison, where in he has to make some hard choices, and protect his decisions from that same drug lord that joins him in prison, before he is murdered for the death of Paco’s little brother!
For more then a Millennium there has been countries all over the planet that sought out the repression of their people in their own nation or the nations that they have conquered… From Ancient Rome and their use of slavery to the fascist regimes of Nazi Germany and Italy in the 1930s and 40s and [...]
Nora (Marsha Mason) is a high school teacher and single mother who lives with her son Michael (Mathew Broderick). Their modest life is turned upside down when Nora’s estranged father Max Dugan (Jason Robards) shows up in the middle of the night offering a briefcase of money in exchange for a dying wish: time to [...]
For my next trick, I will make you believe that Tin Cup isn’t a giant turd of a movie. To perform this death-defying feat, I will require a willing assistant from the audience, two cups of Canola oil and a Boeing 747 sized bucket of suspension-of-disbelief. Now, to give credit where credit is due, golf [...]
It was the fall of ’84 when I discovered the Summer of ’42… Before TV was packed with late night infomercials, there was 2 options. Either play the National Anthem to conclude the broadcast day, then go to color bars OR play some obscure film that local networks were able to acquire the rights to [...]