Mutiny on the Bounty (1935) Directed by Frank Lloyd Based on the book Mutiny on the Bounty by Charles Nordhoff,
This was a powerful documentary that goes places not often seen by the public. Without being political, the film manages to give a clear picture of the struggles of the soldiers fighting overseas.
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This is a breathtaking movie with a great story and an amazing visual quality to it. Director David Fincher starts the film strong and builds on the suspense throughout.
This is a film that takes the raw footage of the experience of death and presents it in a clear and startling way. From the stages of grief to the pain of those left behind nothing is off-limits.
In 1992 the Muppets put their spin on a classic holiday tale with The Muppet Christmas Carol starring Academy Award winner Michael Caine.
With a trio of new leaders at the helm the Disney Corporation turned around the animation division and produced some of the biggest hits in movie history.
Ethan Hunt and the Impossible Missions Force are back, this time in Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.
Grace Kelly would lead the cast of 1954’s Hitchcock classic Dial M for Murder the story about a perfect murder.