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  • (Josh Brolin), a scarred drifter and bounty hunter of last resort who has survived death and can  track anyone…and anything.

    Jonah’s violent history is steeped in myth and legend and has left him with one foot in the natural world and one on the “other side.” His one human connection is with Lilah (Megan Fox), whose life in a brothel has left her with scars of her own. But Jonah’s past catches up with him when the U.S. military makes him an offer he can’t refuse: to wipe out the warrants on his head, he must hunt and stop dangerous terrorist Quentin Turnbull (John Malkovich). But Turnbull, now gathering an army and preparing to unleash Hell, is also Jonah’s oldest enemy and will stop at nothing until Jonah is dead.

  • The game of conquest is underway. Anything goes when a predatory, wealthy widow (Glenn Close) challenges a notorious rake (John Malkovich) to seduce a beautiful young newlywed (Michelle Pfeiffer). But this time, a cardinal rule will be broken: two players will fall in love – with tragic results. 

    This acclaimed winner of three Academy Awards® boasts grand 18th-century sets and costumes. But its characters could step into the 20th-century without missing a beat. Directed by Stephen Frears from a scandalous 1782 novel and Christopher Hampton’s compelling 1986 play, “Dangerous Liaisons” is “nasty, decadent fun; the surprise is how much anguished emotion seeps through its cool marble heart”.

  • Steven Spielberg’s film Empire of the Sun is an inspiring, action-packed epic of a small boy is a great war. That boy is Jim Graham, a young Briton whose unconquerable spirit soars high and free above the harsh confines of a Japanese internment camp during World War II. Through his eyes we see the fascination and horror of war. And we see a child’s hold onto childhood weaken as his struggle to survive grows fiercer. 

    Based on J. G. Ballard’s memorable bestseller, this first major Hollywood studio production ever to shoot is the People’s Republic of China earned 1987 National Board of Review awards for Best Picture and Director, as well as a special citation for Outstanding Juvenile Performance for Christian Bale as Jim.