Director John Waters puts a twist on the everyday mediocrity of suburban life in the hilarious satire Serial Mom.
In the shadow of Manhattan, the lives of three ambitious men intersect when Sully, a dim-witted septic tank cleaner, decides to rob $50,000 from the local mob boss.
Paul, a young man whose father was once lieutenant Governor of California before his untimely death, has a strange, recurring dream in which his mother falls in love with a dangerous man.
Two young women find themselves struggling to survive in Paris, street-wise Nathalie, a stripper, and naïve Sandrine…
A Mormon sniper and an atheist medic clash as their platoon struggles to survive behind Nazi lines.
In this inventive comedy, three friends have their lives turned upside down when one of them realizes that larceny might be his best skill.
Along with The Emperor Jones, Song of Freedom is arguably the best of Paul Robeson's starring features. Robeson plays London dockworker John Zinga, obsessed with the urge to return to his African "roots."