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A spoof on the popular erotic thriller genre of films by director Reiner who brought us "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" and "The Jerk." Armand Assante assumes the role of the rugged antihero as he attempts to defend a sexy client who has been accused of murder.
Learn how to make real, lasting changes in your life We all have bad habits - whether it's a weakness for junk food, a smartphone addiction or a lack of exercise. But change is hard. Forty percent of dieters quit within a week. Eighty percent of New Year's resolutions don't last beyond January. How can we kick bad habits - and stick with it? According to psychologist and behaviour researcher Dr Sean Young, the answer is to stop trying to change the person, and instead change the process. In Stick With It, Dr Young draws on his own research and that of other leading experts to explain how the mind often interferes with breaking bad habits, and how we can outsmart it, increasing the likelihood of lasting change by 200%. Packed with practical exercises and real-life case studies, Stick With It shows that it is possible to control spending, stick to a diet, exercise regularly and overcome problem behaviours - forever. 'Scientifically grounded and personally implementable. It's a winner' - Robert Cialdini, author of Influence and Pre-Suasion 'A must-read for anyone who's been unable to keep a New Year's resolution or failed at making a lasting change in any other area of their life or work. - Jonah Berger, author of Contagious Dr Sean Young is one of the world's leading experts in the field of habit-forming. He is an acclaiedpsychologist and the founder and Executive Director of the UCLA Center for Digital Behavior. His research involves the study of cutting-edge ways of using social media and mobile technologies to change and predict human behaviour.
Bill Murray stars in this war comedy directed by Ivan Reitman. John Winger (Murray) is going through an extremely difficult time; he loses everything that matters to him - his car, apartment and girlfriend - on the same day. Along with his equally unsuccessful best friend, Russell Zitsky (Harold Ramis), John decides to enrol in the US Army, but discovers that his unit is little more than a refuge for drug-addled psychotic misfits. Matters are not helped by the no-nonsense Sergeant Hulka (Warren Oates), who is determined to instil some discipline in his unruly recruits.
Balázs Hatvani directs this comedy horror starring Ashley Lloyd and Erin Hayes. Sam (Lloyd) is desperate to impress the prettiest girl in school, Jenny (Hayes). Unfortunately for him, Jenny's boyfriend is Biff (Michael Cannell-Griffiths), the school's star quarterback and a bully possessed of a sadistic nature. When Biff and his friends goad Sam into spending the night at a creepy abandoned theme park to 'prove himself', Jenny thoughtfully follows him in to keep him company. She may well come to regret her generosity when the youthful pair find themselves confronted with the full horror of the park...
Double-bill of Oliver Stone films starring Michael Douglas. In 'Wall Street' (1987), Bud Fox (Charlie Sheen) is a young broker who aspires to higher things. He tips off his idol, the ruthless Gordon Gekko (Douglas), about an airline deal, which his father had informed him of in strict confidence. With Gekko's help Bud achieves the promotion he so desperately wanted, but has he sold his soul in the process? In the sequel, 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' (2010), Gekko (Douglas) is released from prison only to discover he is an outsider in the world he once ruled. He attempts to reconnect with his estranged daughter, Winnie (Carey Mulligan), by making a deal with Jacob (Shia LaBeouf), a young Wall Street trader and Winnie's fiance. By helping Jacob get revenge for the death of his former mentor, Gekko hopes Jacob, in return, will offer a path to reconciliation with Winnie.
Collection of six films starring Harrison Ford. '42' (2013) is a biographical drama about African-American baseball player Jackie Robinson, here portrayed by Chadwick Boseman. In 1945, having been spotted by a scout, Robinson is signed by Brooklyn Dodgers general manager Branch Rickey (Ford) and becomes the first black man to play in the Major League. Despite his talent, Robinson is met with opposition, even from his fellow players, because of his race. As he tries to keep his own frustrations in check, he excels in his sport and gradually receives the recognition he deserves. 'Blade Runner' (1982), Ridley Scott's cult classic, is set in a neon noir version of 21st Century Los Angeles. Ex-cop Rick Deckard (Ford) is hired to track down a group of androids who have escaped from a satellite colony. As two of the AWOL 'replicants' (Rutger Hauer and Daryl Hannah) seek refuge in a geneticist's house, Deckard takes his investigation to the Tyrell Corporation, where he falls in love with Rachael (Sean Young), herself an android, but with a memory chip that convinces her she is human. In 'Firewall' (2006) Ford stars as Jack Stanfield, an average family man in Seattle who heads up the hi-tech security team at his local bank. But following a seemingly trivial case of identity theft, Jack's life is turned upside down when his wife (Virginia Madsen) and two children are kidnapped. The ransom is $100 million which the kidnappers, led by Bill Cox (Paul Bettany), want Jack to obtain for them via his expert computer skills. Initially compliant, Jack is soon irked by Cox and his cronies to the point where he decides to risk everything to get his family back and bring the bad guys to justice. In 'Frantic' (1988) American doctor Richard Walker (Ford) checks into a Paris hotel with his wife Sondra (Betty Buckley) to attend a conference and celebrate their wedding anniversary. However, shortly after arriving at the hotel Sondra disappears and soon Richard is plunged into a nightmare kidnap scenario, roaming the streets of Paris trying to find a lead in the search for his missing wife. His only clue comes in the form of drugged-up young punk Michelle (Emmanuelle Seigner). In 'Presumed Innocent' (1990) Ford plays Rusty Sabich, an attorney who finds himself charged with murder. The victim (Greta Scacchi) was a colleague of his with whom he had a brief but intense affair and Rusty finds himself in need of a defence lawyer. In 'The Fugitive' (1993), based on the 1960s American television series, eminent Chicago surgeon Dr Richard Kimble (Ford), married to wealthy heiress Helen (Sela Ward), arrives home one night to find his wife murdered and a one-armed man in his house. Due to incriminating evidence and prime motivation, Kimble is wrongly convicted for murder. However, on his way to death row he is involved in a spectacular train crash that precipitates his escape. Kimble then strives to prove his innocence whilst staying one step ahead of the dogged US Marshal Sam Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones).
Western revenge drama set at the end of the American Civil War. Louisiana plantation overseer Reese Paxton (Eric Braeden) decides to fight for justice for his workers, former slaves who now work for a pittance, who have been brutally attacked by the local town elite after going on strike for better pay. After he and his family are targetted by the sadistic Billy Duke (James Patrick Stuart), Reese finds himself imprisoned by Billy's corrupt father, Judge Duke (George Kennedy). Now, having survived humiliation and savage beatings, Reese sets out for his former home, determined to wreak havoc and bloody revenge.
Five must-own films starring Harrison Ford.
Presumed Innocent (1990)
The Fugitive (1993)
Psychological horror written and directed by Mickey Keating. The film follows lonely girl Darling (Lauren Ashley Carter) as she takes a new job as caretaker of an old Manhattan mansion with a disturbing history. After learning that the previous caretaker threw herself off the balcony, the owner Madame (Sean Young) leaves Darling to get on with her job. However, it's not long before Darling starts to experience mysterious visions as an evil presence begins to take hold of her, causing her mind to slowly unravel.
An out of work actor (Richard Lewis) and a just-jilted woman (Sean Young) find they are competing to return a lost dachshund to it's owner and collect the $5,000 reward. They go from Rome to Monte Carlo together but when they find the owner, he has been murdered and they are the prime suspects, along with a compulsive gambler (John Candy) and a hideous American (James Belushi).
Set on the cusp of a golden age when Ireland was known as the 'Island of saints and scholars', Canice and the Book takes us into the minds and lives of Saint Canice (Kenneth) and Saint Columba, towering figures in Irish history. This is an evocative dramatisation of the tale, part legend and part history, of how Canice saved Columba as he embarked on his famous evangelising journey to Iona, an island off the coast of Scotland.
Fiction - Christian Suspense Thriller. When self-made billionnaire, Nicholas Gallagher, is offered information to save a multi-billion dollar business deal, the opportunity is too good to pass up. However, this sets him on a collision course with a powerful foe. In less than twenty-four hours, he is imprisoned, has his accounts frozen across the globe and he is branded a murderer in the international press. But this is not enough. He can never take the stand and reveal what he knows. With zero life-expectancy, Nicholas makes a daring bid to elude his enemies' grasp. Stalked by faceless assassins as well as legitimate law enforcement agencies, he embarks on a mission to find out who has destroyed his life and, more importantly, why. The answers he uncovers are more terrifying than he ever imagined.
Learn how to make real, lasting changes in your life We all have bad habits - whether it's a weakness for junk food, a smartphone addiction or a lack of exercise. But change is hard. Forty percent of dieters quit within a week. Eighty percent of New Year's resolutions don't last beyond January. How can we kick bad habits - and stick with it? According to psychologist and behaviour researcher Dr Sean Young, the answer is to stop trying to change the person, and instead change the process. In Stick With It, Dr Young draws on his own research and that of other leading experts to explain how the mind often interferes with breaking bad habits, and how we can outsmart it, increasing the likelihood of lasting change by 200%. Packed with practical exercises and real-life case studies, Stick With It shows that it is possible to control spending, stick to a diet, exercise regularly and overcome problem behaviours - forever.
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