Cast and credits
When unmanned probes suggest that a hidden ocean could exist underneath Europa's icy surface and may contain single-celled life, Europa Ventures, a privately funded space exploration company, sends six of the best astronauts from around the world to confirm the data and explore the revolutionary discovery. After a near-catastrophic technical failure leads to loss of communication with Earth and the tragic death of a crew member, the surviving astronauts must overcome the psychological and physical toll of deep space travel, and survive a discovery on Europa more profound than they had ever imagined.
A free-spirited surf instructor volunteers herself as a strictly sexual -- or so she thinks -- rebound for a heartbroken, down and out writer.
If you could travel back in time to revisit a moment from your childhood, which moment would you choose - and what price would you be willing to pay? Stephen, a brilliant young scientist, lives in Cambridge, England in what appears to be the 1920s - but nothing is quite as it seems. A tragic event leads Stephen to become obsessed with revisiting his past -- no matter what the cost. Aided by a beautiful university student and an ambitious partner, love, jealousy and desire cloud his judgement - sending him spiraling towards madness.
Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) and Dominic Cooper (Mamma Mia) star as friends and rivals caught up in a tumultuous love triangle in this sweeping period romance, played out against the timeless beauty of the English coast.
Billionaire playboy Ferro Olivetti (Victor Alfieri) enjoys the privileges and perks of his social stature, but on his father's deathbed he promises to obey his father's dying wish and spend one month away from his identity and money.
LA based Ferro heads to NYC with only the clothes on his back. Once in NYC he confronts the challenges of no money or name, and he must rely on the kindness of strangers. Along the journey he confronts greedy, dishonest and sadistic people set on taking advantage of and bullying others.
Taking a job as a driver for a wealthy businessman, Ferro is introduced to Diane (Ione Skye) who's tentatively drawn to the elusive Ferro who is masquerading as Claude the driver.
The two fall in love, yet there is still the matter of Claude's true identity...
A wannabe novelist living under the shadow of her smothering parents finds herself captured in a four centuries old secret when she attends college and falls for the bad boy with an unknown blood type.
The discovery of a midget horse, thought to be of a species fifty million years old, prompts members of a Wild West show to venture into Mexico's Forbidden Valley in search of world-wide fame and untold wealth. But they are met by prehistoric monsters, including "Gwangi," a giant dinosaur that decimates their ranks. Spectacular special effects from Academy Award-winner Ray Harryhausen ("Clash of the Titans," "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms"). MPAA Rating: G © 1969 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Are you afraid to die? KIEFER SUTHERLAND isn't. He's an ambitious, charismatic medical student who persuades classmates JULIA ROBERTS and KEVIN BACON to take part in a reckless experiment. To see if there is life after death, they will kill themselves: temporarily shut down ("flatline") their heart and brain functions to briefly experience clinical death. After SUTHERLAND survives the first experiment, the others flatline for increasingly longer intervals. But their horror begins when they realize that although they've come back alive... they haven't come back alone. FLATLINERS is a chilling suspense thriller of obsession, fear and redemption that will take you across the line to a place where terror lives forever. MPAA Rating: R Â© 1990 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved
The increasingly blurry lines between what is real and what is an artificial construct - both physically and philosophically - are the point of focus in the science fiction drama The Thirteenth Floor. In 1937, a man named Fuller (Armin Mueller-Stahl) gives a note to Ashton (Vincent D'Onofrio), the bartender at a swank hotel, that's addressed to Douglas Hall (Craig Bierko). Fuller tells Ashton it's crucial that no one else sees the note, and that the information enclosed is of great importance. Moments later, Fuller transports himself to 1998. He's soon found murdered, and a shirt stained with Fuller's blood is found in Hall's apartment. Fuller and Hall both work for Intergraph Computer Systems, a cutting edge artificial intelligence firm, and the "past" Fuller was visiting was actually a stunningly realistic recreation of Los Angeles 50 years ago, complete with people you can meet and places you can visit, that exists only in a microchip. The message he left with Ashton, however, is real. Some people, including LAPD detective Larry McBain (Dennis Haysbert) believe Hall murdered Fuller to assume his position of leadership at Intergraph. Jane (Gretchen Mol), Fuller's daughter, soon arrives on the scene, and Hall finds himself infatuated; Hall is determined to clear his name, so with the help of Whitney (also played by (Vincent D'Onofrio), he into the virtual 1937 in hopes of discovering just what happened. The Thirteenth Floor makes copious use of digital effects technology to allow its characters to travel between 1937 and 1998 - ironically using computer technology to create a world that exists inside a computer.
Kimberly would stop at nothing to have a child of her own. After recovering from cancer her possibilities seemed slim. However, the world's first successful human cloning project brings an unthinkable solution and a son named David. Seven years after David's birth, wars, famine and natural disasters of every kinds have plagued the Earth. As Kimberly struggles to survive her biggest challenge is raising her son. Strange occurrences surrounding the young boy are only becoming worse and more mysterious. Roger, the head researcher of the cloning project returns to reveal that David was cloned from DNA taken from the Shroud of Turin...from blood of Christ.
MPAA Rating: R © 2010 Fortaleza Filmworks, Inc.
MPAA Rating: R © 2010 Fortaleza Filmworks, Inc.
"The Science of Sleep," a playful romantic fantasy set inside the topsy-turvy brain of Stephane Miroux (Gael Garcia Bernal) an eccentric young man whose dreams constantly invade his waking life.
While slumbering, he is the charismatic host of "Stephane TV," expounding on "The Science of Sleep" in front of cardboard cameras. In "real life," he has a boring job at a Parisian calendar publisher and pines for Stephanie (Charlotte Gainsbourg), the girl in the apartment across the hall. While Stephanie is initially charmed by Stephane, she is confused by his childishness and shaky connection to reality. Stephanes co-worker, Guy (Alain Chabat) a vulgar but practical man, offers advice on the opposite sex, but Stephane is too far in the clouds to listen. Unable to find the secret to Stephanies heart while awake, Stephane searches for the answer in his dreams.
Mr. Nobody tells the life story of Nemo Nobody, a 118-year-old man who is the last mortal on Earth after the human race has achieved quasi-immortality. On his deathbed, Nemo shares his life story with a reporter and reviews the choices he made along the way. Yet even with his last breath, a pivotal decision awaits to conclude his destiny.
Set in the near-future UK, Saoirse Ronan plays Daisy, an American teenager sent to stay with relatives in the English countryside. Initially withdrawn and alienated, she begins to warm up to her charming surroundings and strikes up a romance with the handsome Edmund (George MacKay). But on the fringes of their idyllic summer days are tense news reports of an escalating conflict in Europe. As the UK falls into a violent, chaotic military state, Daisy finds herself hiding and fighting to survive.