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Inspired by the real life experiences of his co-writer, Christian Counsellor, Andrea M. Polnaszek, John K.D. Graham directs a powerful film about one family's journey toward a true relationship with God and each other, despite the pressures of the community to keep on with the facade.
Previously unavailable on any format, the '70s-era sitcom was a showcase for iconic comedian Don Rickles, who played U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Otto Sharkey, an abrasive, sharp-tongued veteran in charge of a company of new seaman recruits on a San Diego naval base. As a 24-year naval veteran, Otto Sharkey had pretty much seen and heard it all. The unseasoned recruits he whipped into shape received most of his wisdom, though sometimes it was served up as sharp-tongued, ethnic barbs.
An epic yet intimate romantic drama that illuminates the storied lives of two bold young women, Weimar-era sisters Caroline and Charlotte von Lengefeld and the celebrated German poet Friedrich Schiller. Germany's official submission to the 2015 Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film set in Europe in the late1700s but offers a surprisingly contemporary story of women who dared to flaunt convention as they approached love, marriage, sexuality and society on their own terms.
Beautifully presented in a fully illustrated hardcover book, this extensive DVD collection will transport viewers back in time to the sumptuous world of Britain's greatest treasure houses! Visit Highclere Castle, also known as Downton Abbey; Hampton Court Palace; Althorp; and Chatsworth. In addition to exploring these gorgeous estates, viewers will learn about the realities of upstairs-downstairs life.
A dark and droll thriller with comic undertones about the fine art of killing. Mika Muller (Isabelle Huppert) is the head of a Swiss chocolate company who is not above dispensing a potent blend of hot chocolate and dangerous sedatives to those who get in her way. Isabelle Huppert won Best Actress honors for the film at the Montreal World Film Festival and at France's Lumiere Awards, while director Claude Chabrol won the prestigious Prix Louis Delluc.
Ragnar (Travis Fimmel) is a restless young warrior and family man who longs to find and conquer new lands across the sea and claim the spoils as his own. Now he is an Earl, allied with King Horrik (Donal Logue). With more power than ever before, his desire to sail west and explore new kingdoms remains unquenchable.
France, 1572. During an uneasy break in the wars of religion, Catholic King Charles IX (Jean-Hugues Anglade) concludes a marriage of state between his sister, Margot (Isabelle Adjani), and the Protestant Huguenot King Henry of Navarre (Daniel Auteuil). But Margot's skull-faced Queen Mother (Virna Lisi) is already plotting the attack on the Huguenots that would come to be known as the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre, and Margot is in the throes of a throbbingly romantic affair with the Protestant La Mole (Vincent Perez).
Originally broadcast in 1978 and based on the 1962 film of the same name, the second season of this classic television series features an all-star cast including James Arness, Eva Marie Saint and Bruce Boxleitner as well as William Kirby Cullen, Fionnula Flanagan, Kathryn Holcomb, Jared Martin. The series features notable guest stars Ricardo Montalban, William Shatner, Tim Matheson, and Lloyd Bridges. This six-disc set includes all 14 parts of the 1978 season.
Tina (Denise Boutte) seems to have it all - a great guy, beautiful house and her own business empire. But when her business manager loses it all, Tina is forced to reprioritize her life to figure out a way out of her financial mess. When she turn to her ex-boyfriend for help, her current man feels threatened and Tina has to make a decision: should she make her next move for love...or money?
The first tells the story of the young and gorgeous Faith who seems to have it all, including a fiance who adores her. But with just days before her wedding, she's hiding a serious secret about her health. The second narrates the story of Aliyah would like nothing better than some private time 'to love and to cherish' her sexy husband, Jay. But somebody is always interrupting...kids, ex-spouses, relatives.
Sharon Leal and Omari Hardwick head an all-star cast as newlyweds Catherine and Michael. The couple's marriage is challenged by Michael's disapproving mother and Catherine's own terrifying secret: a crippling sleep disorder that blurs nightmare and reality.
Marriage and parenthood won't keep die-hard metal head comedian Jim Breuer from losing his manic sense of humor in this hilarious live show where he recounts stories of accidental bomb threats and fighting an ostrich in front of his children.<
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