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Westworld, the 1973 science fiction film written and directed by Michael Crichton
Catch Me If You Can, the movie released in 2002.
Traffic, the Academy Award winning 2000 crime/drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh
Rambo, the 2008 action film starring Sylvester Stallone as Vietnam War veteran John Rambo
Pee-wee's Big Adventure, the movie released in 1985.
The Amityville Horror, the 1979 American horror film based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Jay Anson
Capricorn One, the 1977 government conspiracy thriller film about a Mars landing hoax
The Master of Disguise, the comedy film released in 2002 starring Dana Carvey, Jennifer Esposito, James Brolin and Brent Spiner
Fantastic Voyage, the 1966 science fiction film written by Harry Kleiner
Cannes Man, the french movie directed by Richard Martini
Love, Wedding, Marriage, the 2011 American romantic comedy film directed by Dermot Mulroney and starring Mandy Moore, Kellan Lutz, James Brolin, Jane Seymour and Christopher Lloyd
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, the 2009 American comedy film directed by Neal Brennan, starring Jeremy Piven and Ed Helms
The Car, the 1977 thriller/horror film directed by Elliot Silverstein and written by Michael Butler, Dennis Shryack and Lane Slate
A Guy Thing, the 2003 film directed by Chris Koch
Our Man Flint, the movie released in 1966.
Von Ryan's Express, the 1965 World War II adventure film produced and directed by Mark Robson, and starring Frank Sinatra and Trevor Howard
Goodbye Charlie, the 1964 comedy film about a callous womanizer who gets his just reward
The Hunting Party, the action-adventure-thriller with dark comedy elements released on September 7 2007, starring Richard Gere, Terrence Howard, Diane Kruger, Joy Bryant, and Jesse Eisenberg
The Boston Strangler, the 1968 American Neo Noir film based on the true story of the Boston Strangler and the book by Gerold Frank
The Alibi, the 2006 film directed by Matt Checkowski and Kurt Mattila
The Reagans, the 180-minute television movie about U.S. President Ronald Reagan and his family which CBS had planned to broadcast in November 2003 during fall "sweeps", but
Way...Way Out, the 1966 American comedy film starring Jerry Lewis and released by 20th Century Fox on October 21, 1966
Gable and Lombard, the 1976 American biographical film directed by Sidney J. Furie
Skyjacked, the 1972 disaster film, directed by John Guillermin
Take Her, She's Mine, the 1963 comedy film starring James Stewart and Sandra Dee
Gas Food Lodging, the 1992 movie directed by Allison Anders about a waitress trying to find romance while raising two daughters in a trailer-park
Dear Brigitte, the 1965 family-comedy starring James Stewart and directed by Henry Koster
Parallel Lives, the 1994 television film written, directed and produced by Linda Yellen
Goodbye America, the 1997 drama film that examines how the closing of the U.S. naval base at Subic Bay, Philippines affected the local Filipino community and the Americans who had served there
The Expert, the 1995 action film about an ex-special forces trainer who decides to exact revenge on the murderer of his sister Jenny Lomax after his death sentence is commuted
Night of the Juggler, the 1980 action-thriller film, starring James Brolin
Angel Camouflaged, the 2010 film directed by R. Michael Givens
Category 7: The End of the World, the 2005 four-hour television film miniseries that was broadcast in the United States on CBS in two parts, the first part aired on November 6 and the second on November 13
The 33, the upcoming American-Chilean survival drama film directed by Patricia Riggen and written by Mikko Alanne and José Rivera
Sisters, previously known as The Nest, the upcoming 2015 American comedy film directed by Jason Moore and written by Paula Pell
Traffic, the 2000 American crime drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Stephen Gaghan
Burlesque, the 2010 musical film directed and written by Steven Antin and starring Cher and Christina Aguilera
Antwone Fisher, the 2002 American drama about a man who confronts his traumatic past with the support of a naval psychiatrist
Nailed, the movie directed by David O. Russell starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Biel
Last Chance Harvey, the 2008 romantic film starring Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson, set in London
The American Standards, the 2007 film written and directed Joe Wehinger
The Visual Bible: Acts, the 1994 Christian film that depicts the events of the Acts of the Apostles from the New Testament
Wedding Wars, the 2006 LGBT romantic comedy film about gay marriage, but also family and politics
Lost City Raiders, the 2008 made-for-television science fiction film written and directed by Jean de Segonzac
A Fonder Heart, the 2011 drama film directed by Jim Fitzpatrick about a 15-year-old boy, Joey Boone who shares his hospitalisation time with self-made multimillionaire Craig Thomas
Sirens of the Caribbean, the 2007 film directed by Stewart Raffill
Savate -, the 1995 martial arts western starring Olivier Gruner, promoted as the allegedly true story of the world's first kickboxer
High Risk, the 1981 American/Mexican/UK adventure/heist film directed by Stewart Raffill and stars James Brolin, Lindsay Wagner, Cleavon Little, James Coburn, Ernest Borgnine and Anthony Quinn
The Cape Town Affair, director Robert D. Webb's 1967 glamorized spy film produced by 20th Century Fox at Killarney Film Studios in South Africa
Lewis and Clark and George, the 1996 comedy crime thriller film directed by Rod McCall
To Face Her Past, the 1996 television film directed by Steven Schachter
Ted & Venus, the 1991 film directed by Bud Cort
Relative Fear often goes by the name of The Child but is also known as Silence d'Adam, Le;, the 1994 Canada Independent Film/Mystery film/Psychological Drama/Psychological horror that references (1956's) The Bad Seed
Last Will, the 2010 mystery drama film starring Tatum O'Neal and Tom Berenger
Accidental Love, the romance comedy movie released in 2015.
The Steps, the 2015 Canadian comedy film directed by Andrew Currie
Indecent Behavior II, the movie released in 1994.
Bad Jim, the movie released in 1990.
My Brother's War, the movie released in 1997.
Blood Money, the movie released in 1996.
Elsa & Fred, the 2014 American comedy-drama film directed by Michael Radford and starring Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer
The Sands of Time, the 1988 action novel by author Sidney Sheldon
Mae West, the 1982 made-for-television movie directed by Lee Philips that originally aired on May 2, 1982
Bitter/Sweet, the 2009 romantic comedy film
Ambush Murders, the 1982 movie directed by Steven Hilliard Stern
Intimate Betrayal, the 1987 movie
Widow on the Hill, the 2005 movie starring Natasha Henstridge and James Brolin
Visions of Murder, the 1993 movie starring James Brolin and Barbara Eden
Cheatin' Hearts, the 1993 movie
My Brother's War, the 1997 movie directed by James Brolin
The Haunted Sea, the 2004 movie starring James Brolin, Krista Allen and Joanna Pacula
Finish Line, the 1989 television movie originally broadcast on Turner Network Television starring real life father and son James and Josh Brolin