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Checkpoint (1956 with Stanley Baker)
Car-racing drama starring Stanley Baker as the agent of auto industrialist James Robertson Justice, who is sent to Italy toRead more.
Pork Chop Hill (1959 with Gregory Peck)
During the Korean war, Lieutenant Joe Clemons (Gregory Peck) and his troop of GIs must retake a lonely hill thatRead more.
Raintree County (1957 with Elizabeth Taylor)
Raintree County is a Civil War-era epic about two lovers (Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift) caught on opposite sides ofRead more.
Yellow Sky (1948 with Gregory Peck)
Gregory Peck leads a gang of saddle tramps robbing banks across the post-Civil War frontier. After robbing a bank, theRead more.
Doctor Zhivago (1965, Julie Christie, Omar Sharif)
David Lean's most celebrated films are anything but slim. The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) weighed in at 161Read more.
Gone with the Wind (1939, Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable)
In the most dressed-down scene in the 1939 film Gone with the Wind a servant chases a rooster across aRead more.
Mackenna’s Gold (1969, Gregory Peck, Omar Sharif)
A glittering cast is assembled for this lively Western by the team responsible for The Guns of Navarone. Leading theRead more.
Kiss Me Deadly (1955, Ralph Meeker, Albert Dekker)
Set in Los Angeles, Kiss Me Deadly opens with Mike Hammer (Ralph Meeker) driving along a deserted road when heRead more.
East Is East (1999, Om Puri, Linda Bassett)
While films such as My Beautiful Laundrette , Bhaji on the Beach and Wild West chronicled the British Asian experienceRead more.
Casino (Universal 1995, Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone)
When Martin Scorsese announced his Mob-in-Vegas drama Casino in the mid-'90s, there was a distinct feeling of déjà vu ,Read more.
Angels and Insects (1995, Mark Rylance, Kristin Scott Thomas)
Geoff Andrew, writing in Time Out, described Philip Hass' film Angels and Insects as a being, "a work of clarity,Read more.
Before I Hang (Columbia 1940, Boris Karloff, Evelyn Keyes)
Karloff is cast in an archetypal mad scientist role and, provided with a typical B feature horror movie screenplay byRead more.