Movies both purchased or online are very entertaining and popular with the easy access of the Internet. There is a huge collection of them on diverse websites. Many of them are services by popular websites which may present them for at no cost, a at no cost trial, or there may be an extensive version which charges a small fee. There are other types of websites which offer diverse, more difficult films but there is a charge. Choose from the summaries below and download a wonderful film to watch today!
Jerry Maguire – Jerry is an agent for a top Sports Management group. When he is fired, he expects his client to come along with him as he sets out on his own. All of a sudden Jerry finds out that he has no true friends in this aggressive, dog eat dog, business. Down to one client and one assistant, Jerry fights to build himself a business.
The Stepford Wives – A current remake of the 1975 flick of the same name. The town of Stepford, on initial look, seems like the ideal place. Everything in Stepford seems perfect. Newcomers to Stepford Joanne and Bobbie are beginning to speculate what is going on. Will they figure it out before it is too late?
Ivan the Terrible: Continuation of the fable of King Ivan IV, in which he takes on the boyars in a fight for power. Impressive dvd is just a hint underneath its predecessor, Forbidden by Stalin due to debatable illustration of Ivan’s secret patrol, and not released till 1958. Cast includes Nikolai Cherkassov; Serafima Birman, Mikhail Nazvanov, Pavel Kadochnikov, and Andrei Abrikosov. (88 minutes, 1946)
Number One with a Bullet – Carradine and Williams do well in this rather standard action motion picture where we have aggressive investigators out to depose a drug kingpin. Cast includes Robert Carradine, Billy Dee Williams, Valerie Bertinelli, Peter Graves, Doris Roberts, and Bobby DiCicco. (101 minutes, 1987)
The Beverly Hillbillies: This is a movie based on the 1960’s TV series. When Jed Clampett by accident discovers oil on his farm land in Arkansas, he becomes an instant millionaire. He brings the entire Clampett clan out to Beverly Hills. Being down-to-earth country folk they are victim to every money hungry con artist in the big city.
Black like Me: Vigorous drama based on real history of a reporter who took drugs that permitted him to pass for black so he might go through racial prejudice first hand. Some facets of presentation are outdated, although subjects are still important. Cast includes James Whitmore, Roscoe Lee Browne, Lenka Petersen, Sorrell Booke, Will Geer, Al Freeman, and Raymond Jacques. (107 minutes, 1964)
Live Flesh – Besotted child of a prostitute is imprisoned for inadvertently shooting and paralyzing a cop. Original narrative of teenager’s error that takes him to prison. Spanish language. Cinematically stimulating, albeit, with a bravura finale. Cast includes Pedro Almodovar, Liberto Rabal, Francesca Neri, Javier Bardem, Angela Molina, Jose Sancho, and Penelope Cruz. (100 minutes, 1997)
The Leading Man – British backstage show romance in regards to an American film megastar who seduces a playwright’s unhappy wife and his leading-woman mistress. When it might not make up its mind whether it’s a comedy tirade or a light thriller, it’s still exceedingly entertaining stuff. Bon Jovi is excellent as the impetuous, dishonorable Yankee, and Galiena and Newton are attractive as the females snared in his web. Cast includes Jon Bon Jovi, Anna Galiena, Lambert Wilson, Thandie Newton, Barry Humphries, and David Warner. (100 minutes, 1997)