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The French Connection0%The French Connection
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1:44:00

Storyline:The friendly New York detectives "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) and "Cloudy" Russo (Roy Scheider) have arrested more junkies in a year than their colleagues, but ultimately only small fish. Her boss (Eddie Egan) is also not particularly pleased with the methods with which in particular Doyle practices his profession. Doyle drags Russo into a restaurant where some actual or alleged gangsters meet. One of them is Sal Boca (Tony Lo Bianco), whom Doyle considers a drug dealer. They quickly learn that a major French dealer named Alain Charnier (Fernando Rey) is in New York. Charnier has persuaded French television star Devereau (Frédéric de Pasquale) to hide 60 kilos of high-quality heroin in his car to sell it via Boca to gangster boss Weinstock (Harold Gary). Charnier, with his killer Nicoli ( Marcel Bozzuffi) has appeared in New York, is a shrewd dog. He quickly realizes that the police are shadowing him, Boca and the other participants. The hunt begins...

Network0%Network
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2:01:00

Storyline:For many years, Howard Beale (Peter Finch) was a news anchor on a major American television station. Then he is terminated. Right after this bad news, Beale announces in front of the camera that he will commit suicide on his next show, which will be his last. The announcement generated enormous interest and when it is time and the last mission Beales is running, this does not commit suicide, but he complains about his superiors and the situation of the medium or the world. The reactions to the Ausraster are overwhelming, as noted also the new program director Diana Christensen (Faye Dunaway), which is committed to the fact that Beale receives a new transmission format, in which he can let his emotions and thoughts run wild. Beale finds with his tirades more and more audience and followers - he starts to stir up the audience ...

Salinui chueok0%Salinui chueok
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2:11:00

Storyline:From 1986 to 1991, the city of Hwaseong in rural South Korea was the backdrop to a series of murders in which ten young women were brutally raped and then strangled. To date, the killer could not be caught and, according to Korean law, expired in the murder after fifteen years, faces his legal inviolability. Out of the events Bong John-ho, who already gained international recognition with his 2000-director debut "Barking Dogs Never Bite", created his elusive genre mix "Memories Of Murder".

Hachi: A Dog's Tale0%Hachi: A Dog's Tale
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1:33:00

Storyline:Professor Parker Wilson (Richard Gere) runs a little dog between his legs on the way home. Parker does not manage to find out who the puppy belongs to, and the station manager Carl (Jason Alexander) does not want to give the cute fur ball asylum. So Parker takes the animal with him. When Parker's wife Cate (Joan Allen) sees the puppy, she makes it very clear that she does not want dogs in the house. Her husband promises to house him somewhere else the next day. But this plan will not work, because the little boulder is pretty affectionate ...

Rain Man0%Rain Man
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2:13:00

Storyline:Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) is a superficial, career-oriented egotist. When his father, to whom he had no contact for years, dies one day, he learns that he has an older brother named Ray (Dustin Hoffman), who is to inherit three million dollars, while Charlie gets only the father's roses and a 49er Buick , But Charlie senses a chance. Because Ray lives in a home for the mentally ill and suffers from autism. He is under the care of Dr. Bruner (Gerald R. Molen), an old friend of the father, who is now managing the assets of Rays in trust and who never wanted to inform Charlie about Ray. Charlie speculates: If he takes Ray and presses Bruner, or if he complains if necessary, he would have chances to half of the penny - if he would get the guardianship of his brother, maybe on the whole money. A journey begins where the two different brothers come closer and closer ...

Ordinary People0%Ordinary People
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2:04:00

Storyline:Family Jarrett lives well-situated in a well-kept suburb. You play golf, you look at the son in swimming tournaments and you have no major worries - until the day Buck (Scott Doebler) dies. He and his brother Conrad (Timothy Hutton) fell into a sailing storm that capsized their boat. Conrad believes he is responsible. The guilt feelings are getting bigger and lead to a suicide attempt. The psychologist dr. From then on, Berger (Judd Hirsch) tries to help the boy to come to terms with the loss. His mother (Mary Tyler Moore) maintains the immaculate facade to the outside, but can not control the hatred of Conrad and subconsciously blames him for the death of the other son, whom she has always preferred. The father Calvin (Donald Sutherland) strives to provide tolerance for the two. But he also fails to prevent the quarrels - the family begins to break up ...

Lawrence of Arabia0%Lawrence of Arabia
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3:36:00

Storyline:In World War I, British officer Thomas Edward Lawrence (Peter O'Toole) is sent to the Arabian Peninsula to defeat the Turks. He tries to adapt to the lifestyle of the Bedouins. However, to defeat the Turks, he must ally with the Arabs. First, he pulls Prince Feisal (Alec Guinness) on his side. Lawrence Forges a Plan: The key to success lies in the conquest of the port city of Aqaba. Before Akaba he gains the support of local tribes with psychological skill and takes the city in a surprise attack. Lawrence becomes the admired leader "El'awrence", who only wears Bedouin clothing. When he learns that the British government does not intend to grant their independence to the Arabs after the war, he decides to take the city of Damascus together with the Arabs before the British in order to prevent a later influence of the British.

Kramer vs. Kramer0%Kramer vs. Kramer
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1:45:00

Storyline:Successful advertising expert Ted Kramer (Dustin Hoffman) works for a renowned New York advertising agency and is about to be promoted to Vice President when his wife Joanna (Meryl Streep) unexpectedly packs his bags and leaves. She feels overwhelmed with her role as wife and mother. Suddenly the workaholic has to face the challenges of the household and take care of the education of his son Billy (Justin Henry). At first, the two have their difficulties with each other, but over time, the relationship between father and son becomes more intimate and Ted develops into a model father. However, there is not much time left for his career, which is why he finally loses his job. At the same time Joanna returns to New York and demands not only the divorce, but also the custody of Billy. A bitter litigation begins ...

Terminator 2: Judgment Day0%Terminator 2: Judgment Day
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2:17:00

Storyline:After the first attempt to kill the 1985-born leader of the resistance in the past has failed, the cyborgs of the year 2029 made a second attempt to eliminate John Connors young version (Edward Furlong). This time around, it will be judged by the T-1000 Terminator (Robert Patrick), a machine made of liquid metal capable of accepting any shape. But this terminator is not the only all-around robotic robot to be sent back in the past, as the original model from the T-800 series (Arnold Schwarzenegger) was programmed by the rebels in the future to protect Connor at all costs. Together with John's mother Sarah (Linda Hamilton), he does his best to keep the boy alive. It begins a merciless hunt for the fate of a child and the survival of humanity ...