Stanley Kubrick's dazzling, Academy AwardÂ®-winning achievement is a compelling drama of man vs. machine, a stunning meld of music and motion. Kubrick (who co-wrote the screenplay with Arthur C. Clarke) fi rst visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millennia (via one of the most mind-blowing jump cuts ever) into colonized space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman (Keir Dullea) into uncharted space, perhaps even into immortality. Open the pod bay doors, HAL. Let an awesome journey unlike any other begin.
Stanley Kubrick's dazzling, Academy AwardÂ® -winning* achievement is a compelling drama of man vs. machine, a stunning meld of music and motion. Kubrick (who co-wrote the screenplay with Arthur C. Clarke) first visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millennia (via one of the most mind-blowing jump cuts ever) into colonised space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman (Keir Dullea) into uncharted space, perhaps even into immortality. Open the pod bay doors, HAL. Let an awesome journey unlike any other begin. SPECIAL FEATURES Commentary by Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood Channel Four Documentary 2001: The Making of a Myth 4 Insightful Featurettes: Standing on the Shoulders of Kubrick: The Legacy of 2001 Vision of a Future Passed: The Prophecy of 2001 2001: A Space Odyssey A Look Behind the Future What Is Out There? 2001: FX and Early Conceptual Artwork Look: Stanley Kubrick! Audio-Only Bonus: 1966 Kubrick Interview Conducted by Jeremy Bernstein Theatrical Trailer
A transatlantic principal cast lends classic film noir appeal to this stylish cleverly plotted thriller adapted from a story (and earlier television serial) by Francis Durbridge one of Britain's most successful crime writers and creator of legendary sleuth Paul Temple. Jointly adapted by Ken Hughes and Oscar winner Guy Green Portrait of Alison is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Investigative journalist Lewis Forrester and his female passenger are killed when their car plunges over a cliff in Italy; Lewis leaves behind two brothers portraitist Tim and pilot Dave. Although the case is closed Inspector Colby of Scotland Yard does not believe Lewis's death was accidental. And as Tim is hired by the dead girl's father to paint her portrait from a photograph a chain of mysterious events is set in motion which for Colby appears to confirm that Tim himself is a murderer... SPECIAL FEATURES  Original Theatrical Trailer (textless)  US Titles  Image Gallery  Original Press Release PDF
Mankind finds a mysterious, obviously artificial, artifact buried on the moon and, with the intelligent computer HAL, sets off on a quest.
Drama based on Texas congressman Charlie Wilson's covert dealings in Afghanistan, where his efforts to assist rebels in their war with the Soviets have some unforeseen and long-reaching effects.
The story of one of the men responsible for the invention of motion pictures. It depicts his life and the effect of his concentrated passion for photography on it.
Tense 1950 s Cold War thriller superbly directed by Anthony Asquith. Behind the net , the wire fencing surrounding the top secret British research establishment Port Amberly, researchers have produced a new weapon that could change the balance of power of the Cold War. Led by Professor Heathley (James Donald) an experimental supersonic jet aircraft code named M7 has been developed. All that remains is to test fly the prototype, and whilst Heathley wants to undertake testing himself his wife (Phyliis Calvert) and his boss believe it is too dangerous. The risks are increased by the presence of foreign agents who are trying to sabotage Heathley s work. Will they succeed or will Britain and her allies gain a crucial advantage in the Cold War?
Stanley Kubrick's dazzling, Academy Award-winning achievement is a compelling drama of man vs. machine, a stunning meld of music and motion. Kubrick (who co-wrote the screenplay with Arthur C. Clarke) first visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millennia via one of the most mind-blowing jump cuts ever into colonized space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman (Keir Dullea) into uncharted space, perhaps even into immortality. Open the pod bay doors, HAL . Let an awesome journey unlike any other begin.
From acclaimed director Basil Dearden creator of such classic celebrated British films such as The Blue Lamp and The League of Gentlemen comes a bedazzling ensemble piece that encapsulates the early days of recreational aviation. Starring Bernard Lee (who later found fame as James Bond’s ‘M’) James Robertson Justice (Doctor In The House) and Carry On star Sid James Out Of The Clouds manages to capture the glamour and excitement of post-war air travel. Out Of The Clouds follows the complex lives of several passengers and members of an airline crew during a typical bustling day at Heathrow airport. A pilot dealing with his gambling addiction a chief duty officer who dreams of becoming a pilot a love struck American engineer and an extremely popular air hostess are just some of the unforgettable characters within the rich tapestry of tales that make Out Of The Clouds such entertaining and compulsive viewing. Extras: Introduction by Film Historian Charles Barr Stills Gallery
In the Watergate Building lights go on and four burglars are caught in the act. That night triggered revelations that drove a U.S. President from office. Washington reporters Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) grabbed the story and stayed with it through doubts denials and discouragement. The entire President's Men is their story. The film also explores a working newspaper where the mission is to get the story - and to get it right.
It helps to have one of history's greatest scoops as your factual inspiration, but journalism thrillers just don't get any better than All the President's Men. Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford are perfectly matched as (respectively) Washington Post reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, whose investigation into the Watergate scandal set the stage for President Richard Nixon's eventual resignation. Their bestselling exposé was brilliantly adapted by screenwriter William Goldman, and director Alan Pakula crafted the film into one of the most intelligent and involving of the 1970s paranoid thrillers. Featuring Jason Robards in his Oscar-winning role as Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, All the President's Men is the film against which all other journalism movies must be measured. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
With a cast featuring British film icons Dennis Price, Ian Carmichael and Cecil Parker, screenplay and direction by Anthony Kimmins and a score by legendary composer John Barry, The Amorous Prawn is a stellar feature in every respect. Starring Joan Greenwood as a general's wife whose moneyspinning manoeuvre causes ructions in their Highlands HQ, this entertainingly boisterous comedy adapting Kimmins' long-running West-End stage hit is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its original theatrical aspect ratio.When General Fitzadam receives his final posting in the remote Scottish Highlands, his wife decides to turn their residence into a hotel for wealthy Americans. Unfortunately Lady Fitzadam declines to brief the General on 'Operation Lolly' an attempt to raise the cash needed to buy their dream cottage and smouldering confusion explodes into a full-scale riot when he makes an unexpected return to find amorous advances among the flower beds, suspicious shenanigans in the greenhouse and blatant bribery on the salmon lake!SPECIAL FEATURE:Image GalleryOriginal Promotional Material PDFs
Media madness reigns supreme in screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky's scathing satire about the uses and abuses of network television. But while Chayefsky's and director Sidney Lumet's take on television may seem quaint in the age of "reality TV" and Jerry Springer's talk-show fisticuffs, Network is every bit as potent now as it was when the film was released in 1976. And because Chayefsky was one of the greatest of all dramatists, his Oscar-winning script about the ratings frenzy at the cost of cultural integrity is a showcase for powerhouse acting by Peter Finch, Faye Dunaway and Beatrice Straight (who each won Oscars), and Oscar nominee William Holden in one of his finest roles. Finch plays a veteran network anchorman who's been fired because of low ratings. His character's response is to announce he'll kill himself on live television two weeks hence. What follows, along with skyrocketing ratings, is the anchorman's descent into insanity, during which he fervently rages against the medium that made him a celebrity. Dunaway plays the frigid, ratings-obsessed producer who pursues success with cold-blooded zeal; Holden is the married executive who tries to thaw her out during his own seething midlife crisis. Through it all, Chayefsky (via Finch) urges the viewer to repeat the now-famous mantra "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not gonna take it anymore!" to reclaim our humanity from the medium that threatens to steal it away. --Jeff Shannon
The Power Game's Clifford Evans gives a strong performance as a man on the run in this suspenseful wartime drama co-starring Patricia Roc, David Farrar and William Hartnell. Written and directed by Lawrence Huntington, Suspected Person is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.After a $50,000 heist in New York, two of the suspected robbers walk free from the courtroom and they waste no time in heading to London in search of the missing loot. This means bad news for their former accomplice Jim Raynor, who has the money hidden away not least because they're not the only ones on his tail; Scotland Yard is also on the case...SPECIAL FEATURE:Image GalleryOriginal script PDF
Boxing drama following the lives of five different fighters and their reasons for becoming boxers.
A whimsical comedy from Ealing Films, starring Robert Beatty as an idle fantasist and Moira Lister as the girl who falls for what she believes is his poetic charm. Supported by Stanley Holloway and directed by the legendary Charles Crichton, Another Shore is featured here as a brand-new High Definition transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Gulliver Shiels lies abed in Dublin, loafing to the best of his ability. He whiles away his time dreaming of a South Sea island that, he believes, will be bequeathed to him for an act of selfless charity. When he bumps into ace toper Alastair McNeil, Shiels believes that McNeil could be the benefactor of his daydreams. Special Features: Image gallery
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