X RATED, DESTITUTES, FULL SLAP, UPSETTING, CYB,...
by: chris x
C.S.O.A. CASA DIROKKATA - Andria 1993
X-RATED - 22.5.1993
DESTITUTES, FULL SLAP, UPSETTING - 29.5.1993
CYB, CHEMICAL POSSE - 5.6.1993
Action Full Movies 2013 96 Minutes Full Movie E...
by: Cristina pit
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The Tunnel 2011 FULL MOVIE Multi Subtitles
*This movie is (Rated 14A). Completely free to share and watch. This movie was meant to be free for everyone. www.thetunnelmovie.net/
Subtitles in 18 different languages!
"An investigation into a government cover-up leads to a network of abandoned train tunnels deep beneath the heart of Sydney. As a journalist and her crew hunt for the story it quickly becomes clear the story is hunting them."
Duration: 90 min
Genre/Style: Drama | Horror | Thriller
Also Known As: The Tunnel Movie
Subtitles: English, Finnish, Swedish, Spanish, Italian, Greek, Argentina, Hindi (Indian), Dutch, German, Brazil, Portuguese, Polish, Serbian, Turkish
*Polish for example might be out of sync (now fixed). Inform about possible mistakes (sync problems mainly) and i search for possible other sub/version or remove it.
If you want to request subtitles, the following version is: The.Tunnel.2011.DVDRip.XviD-aAF
Clockwork Orange, famous scene
A scene from the film Clockwork Orange.
The Shining 1980 European Version Deleted Scene...
When released theatrically in the United States, the film ran approx. 146 minutes. However, three weeks into its release, Kubrick cut the 2 minute coda from the end of the film, reducing its length to 144 minutes. After meeting with poor reviews and erratic box office, Kubrick decided to further edit the film for its theatrical release outside the US. He cut approximately 31 minutes of footage, reducing the length to 113 minutes. The 144 minute 'US version' is often erroneously called the Director's Cut when in fact director Kubrick regarded the 113 minute version as the superior cut of the film. When the film was released on home video in the US, Kubrick endorsed the shorter version of the film as the 'official' version. Nevertheless, the longer version is the version now most commonly available. The following is a list of all the scenes or parts of scenes not present in the shorter 'European version':
Deleted Scene #1
After the first scene with Wendy (Shelley Duvall) and Danny (Danny Lloyd), the film cuts back to Jack (Jack Nicholson) at the Overlook, where his interview with Stuart Ullman (Barry Nelson) continues. Jack is introduced to Bill Watson (Barry Dennen), and Ullman tells Watson that Jack used to work as a schoolteacher. Jack says he became a writer because he needed a change in his life. Ullman then explains that the Overlook is closed every winter from the end of October to the following May, because it would be too expensive to keep the roads open, and he points out that the site was chosen specifically for its seclusion.
A Clockwork Orange Documentary Great Bolshy Yar...
In this documentary, we follow Stanley Kubrick as he creates one of the most controversial films of all time, one that retains its power to shock audiences, even after 35 years. At the time of its release, A Clockwork Orange created a firestorm of controversy. Through interviews with collaborators, filmmakers, screenwriters and authors, we come to appreciate Stanley Kubrick as an artist unafraid to take risks and court controversy, committed unwaveringly to his single-minded goal: the highest artistic quality of his films.
All credit goes to the director: Gary Leva
Midnight Cowboy 1969 Mony scene
The Scribbage scene from Midnight Cowboy.
Film: Midnight Cowboy (1969)
Directed by: John Schlesinger
Music by: John Barry
Starring: Jon Voight, and Dustin Hoffman
*I do not own the rights to this clip.
Legendary Cinematographer Haskell Wexler talks ...
This week's show brings legendary cinematographer and firebrand Haskell Wexler into the studio to discuss the ongoing face of truth in the media.
Detailing some of the history of his sparkling and muck-raking career, from the Chicago 1968 Democratic Convention riots to the current Occupy movement, Mr. Wexler illuminates the necessity to bring truth to the public through film and journalism.
Haskell Wexler is one of the most important cinematographers working in the film industry today. His work has spanned six decades. He shot his first film in 1947. He's photographed a wide range of films that have earned him five Academy Award nominations and two Oscars for Best Cinematography. He won Academy Awards for his work on Mike Nichols' WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF and Hal Ashby's BOUND FOR GLORY. Wexler is also known for his work on ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT and THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR to name just a few. He's also done television work, earning an Emmy nod for the lensing of the HBO movie 61*, directed by Billy Crystal.
As a director, Wexler made over fifty documentaries including, MEDIUM COOL, a groundbreaking film shot during the Democratic convention in Chicago and LATINO in Nicaragua which received a special honor at Cannes Film Festival. He's also directed the documentaries THE BUS, BUS II and BUS RIDERS UNION; INTRODUCTION TO THE ENEMY, shot in Vietnam with Jane Fonda; INTERVIEWS WITH MY LAI VETERANS, which also won an Academy Award, NO NUKES with Barbara Kopple, and TARGET NICARAGUA: INSIDE A SECRET WAR.
Who Needs Sleep trailer:
Who Needs Sleep: Famous Actors Discuss Sleep Deprivation
00:35 Introduction of Mr. Wexler
03:01 Documentary film-makers picking up the slack for the media?
04:03 "Medium Cool" and shooting in sequence with the 1968 police riots in Chicago.
06:14 Journalist as observer and active participant.
07:47 Documenting war: Getting the shot while trying to help.
09:17 "Medium Cool" footage--preparing for a riot.
10:02 Tipped off for the police riot in 1968.
11:24 Seeing through political artifice.
14:00 Are journalists similar to filmmakers?
17:38 Does media just give people what they want?
19:35 What inspired you to go to Occupy?
21:05 The evolution of Occupy coverage and understanding.
24:01 Mr. Wexler's Occupy LA footage.
27:20 "After they go after you, then you win." Gandhi
30:40 Reaching the power through new local technology.
31:53 The new media and government-different from how it used to be.
33:05 9/11 and it's impact.
35:06 Individual responsibility versus the corporate media's agenda.
37:55 Applying an agenda to filmmaking.
39:10 "Who needs sleep?" and the Hollywood labor struggle.
42:21 Are workers complacent?
45:05 Entertainment business and the freedom to air complaints and ask questions.
45:58 Traveling to Vietnam with Jane Fonda (and paying consequences).
48:40 Parallels between Vietnam and Iraq.
50:30 Were journalists playing the right role in the lead up to war?
53:05 MAYHEM ROUND
55:10 Is there appropriate torture?
58:21 Is the torture debate more open now?
01:01:10 "We have to ask the questions,"--clarifying our language and the duty of the people.
01:03:54 A take on modern China.
01:04:53 Our government--some depressing news.
01:05:47 Is the media designed to distract?
a filipino film entry at the 2008 cannes film festival.
Long Weekend 1978 Official Trailer
Long Weekend trailer - When a suburban couple go camping for the weekend at a remote beach, they discover that nature isn't in an accommodating mood.
Starring: John Hargreaves, Briony Behets and Mike McEwen