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James Dean stole millions of hearts with his most iconic role in Rebel Without a Cause.The film defined 1950's rebellion and fueled the...
Dennis Hopper wrote, starred and directed Easy Rider. The film is considered they best counterculture film of the 1960's. It also...
Both the sequel and the prequel to The Godfather, this film explores both the early life of Vito and the expansion of Michael's crime...
A group of small-town frienss go off to fight in the Vietnam War.
A doctor discovers a mysterious woman who has lived in isolation in the woods her whole life.
An aspiring mobster works to ascend the ranks of the mafia.
The story of real life bank-robbers and lovers Bonnie Parker and Claude Barrow.
Chungking Express follows the sad love lives of two policemen in Hong Kong. The film is considered one of the best from Hong Kong cinema...
Woman in Gold is a true story of a woman trying to get a family painting stolen by the Nazis returned to her family. Ryan Reynolds and Helen Mirren star.
Do You Believe is a faith based movie that explores one man's journey. Cybil Shepherd stars in the drama.
In the Name of the Father is an incredible story from Jim Sheridan. It stars Pete Postwhistle and Daniel Day Lewis.
In America is an Irish movie about a group of immigrants who come to America. The Irish have troubles, but find their way.

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Professor X: [voiceover] Mutants. Since the discovery of their existence they have been regarded with fear, suspicion, often hatred. Across the planet, debate rages. Are mutants the next link in the evolutionary chain or simply a new species of humanity fighting for their share of the world? Either way it is a historical fact: Sharing the world has never been humanity's defining attribute.