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Awards

2000 Oscar Winner: Best Supporting Actor in The Cider House Rules
2000 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actor in The Cider House Rules
2000 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actor in The Cider House Rules
1987 Oscar Winner: Best Supporting Actor in Hannah and Her Sisters
1987 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actor in Hannah and Her Sisters
1987 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actor in Hannah and Her Sisters
1984 BAFTA Winner: Best Actor in Educating Rita
1984 Unknown Winner: Best Actor in Educating Rita
1984 Unknown Winner: Best Actor in Educating Rita
2003 Oscar Nominee: Best Actor in The Quiet American
2003 BAFTA Nominee: Best Actor in The Quiet American
2003 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in The Quiet American
2003 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in The Quiet American
2003 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in The Quiet American
2003 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in The Quiet American
2000 BAFTA Nominee: Best Supporting Actor in The Cider House Rules
2000 Unknown Nominee: Best Supporting Actor in The Cider House Rules
2000 Unknown Nominee: Best Supporting Actor in The Cider House Rules
1999 BAFTA Nominee: Best Actor in Little Voice
1999 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Little Voice
1988 Razzie Nominee: Worst Supporting Actor in Jaws: The Revenge
1988 Unknown Nominee: Worst Supporting Actor in Jaws: The Revenge
1987 BAFTA Nominee: Best Actor in Hannah and Her Sisters
1987 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Hannah and Her Sisters
1987 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Hannah and Her Sisters
1984 Oscar Nominee: Best Actor in Educating Rita
1984 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Educating Rita
1984 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Educating Rita
1981 Razzie Nominee: Worst Actor in Dressed to Kill
1981 Unknown Nominee: Worst Actor in Dressed to Kill
1981 Unknown Nominee: Worst Actor in Dressed to Kill
1973 Oscar Nominee: Best Actor in Sleuth
1973 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Sleuth
1973 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Sleuth
1967 Oscar Nominee: Best Actor in Alfie
1967 BAFTA Nominee: Best Actor in Alfie
1967 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Alfie
1967 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Alfie
1967 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Alfie
1967 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in Alfie
1966 BAFTA Nominee: Best Actor in The Ipcress File
1966 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in The Ipcress File
1966 Unknown Nominee: Best Actor in The Ipcress File

Michael Caine

Born Maurice Micklewhite in London, England, on March 14, 1933, Michael Caine left school at age 15 and ended up serving with the British Army in Korea. After returning to England, he worked in the theatre for a few years before beginning his film career in the 1950s.

In 1965, Caine got his first big break playing spy Harry Palmer in The Icress File, launching the successful franchise. He also received much praise (and the first of his six Oscar nominations) for the lead role in Alfie (1966).

Caine has consistently been one of the busiest actors working, taking on a variety of roles in such films as Get Carter (1971), The Man Who Would Be King (1975), Dressed to Kill (1980) and Educating Rita (1983). He's won two Best Supporting Actor Oscars, for Hannah and Her Sisters (1986) and The Cider House Rules (1999). In 2000, Caine was knighted for his contributions to the performing arts.

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Alfie Nominated For/Won Awards 1966  3.2 ★ 113 mins Classic Movies Rated: PG RT:100%
English playboy Alfie (Michael Caine) is a charming Don Juan in the free-spirited 1960s with an insatiable appetite for women. He lives for sex and steers clear of emotional attachments, taking up with one "bird" after another. But his carefree days are over when he impregnates multiple women … and discovers one of them is married. This Golden Globe-winning comedy boasts a cool jazz score that's as smooth as the title character.


The Ipcress File Nominated For/Won Awards 1965  3.4 ★ 107 mins Classic Movies Rated: UR RT:100%  starting 01-Jan-2025 
At the height of the Cold War, ex-thief Harry Palmer -- now reluctantly working as a secret agent -- has been called in to investigate a series of kidnappings among scientists, including the disappearance of a doctor holding sensitive information.


Sleuth Nominated For/Won Awards 1972  3.6 ★ 139 mins Classic Movies Rated: PG RT:96%
Laurence Olivier stars as Andrew Wyke, an unhappily married man who wants to rid of his wife without paying alimony. Aware of his spouse's affair with Milo Tindle (Michael Caine), Wyke tells Tindle to rob the house and leave with the wife and her jewelry. The planned break-in sets off a string of twists that will keep you guessing who has the upper hand in this smart psychological thriller from director Joseph L. Mankiewicz.


Mona Lisa Nominated For/Won Awards 1986  3.4 ★ 104 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:96%  until 01-Jan-2025 
Writer-director Neil Jordan's breakthrough film is a brilliant, noirish love story. Bob Hoskins (who snagged an Oscar nomination for his performance) plays George, a small-time loser employed as a chauffeur to an enigmatic, high-class call girl. His fascination with her leads him on a dangerous quest through the sordid underbelly of London, where love is a weakness to be exploited and betrayed. Michael Caine co-stars.


The Man Who Would Be King Nominated For/Won Awards 1975  3.7 ★ 129 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG RT:96%
Legendary director John Huston adapts Rudyard Kipling's short story about Daniel Dravot (Sean Connery) and Peachy Carnehan (Michael Caine), two bored British soldiers stationed in India who travel to a mountainous Middle Eastern kingdom in search of riches and power. Embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, they con their way into becoming deities in Kafiristan before losing it all. The film earned four Oscar nominations.


The Dark Knight Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  4.3 ★ 153 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:94%
In this blockbuster sequel to Batman Begins, the caped crusader (Christian Bale) teams with Lt. James Gordon (Gary Oldman) and District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) to continue dismantling Gotham City's criminal organizations. But a psychotic new villain known as the Joker (Heath Ledger, in a Golden Globe- and Oscar-winning role) threatens to undo all their good work. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine also star.


Children of Men  2006  3.6 ★ 110 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R RT:93%
In this futuristic tale, humans have lost the ability to reproduce and face extinction. Things change when a single woman mysteriously becomes pregnant, prompting a conflicted government bureaucrat and his ex-wife to join forces to protect her.


Hannah and Her Sisters Nominated For/Won Awards 1986  3.5 ★ 107 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:93%
Woody Allen's classic tale about three New York City sisters -- Hannah (Mia Farrow), Holly (Dianne Wiest) and Lee (Barbara Hershey) -- begins with a festive Thanksgiving dinner, during which Hannah's husband, Elliot (Michael Caine), realizes he's falling for Lee. Unfolding over the course of a year, the Oscar-winning film follows the sisters' intertwined lives and loves, who include a grim artist (Max von Sydow) and a neurotic producer (Allen).


Zulu  1964  3.8 ★ 138 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR RT:92%  until 01-Jan-2025
Based on a real-life battle, this action epic follows a group of British soldiers stationed in South Africa who must defend their tiny outpost against an attack by an overwhelming force of Zulu warriors.


Get Carter Nominated For/Won Awards 1971  3.3 ★ 112 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:89%
Bent on revenge after learning his brother died under mysterious circumstances, London gangster Jack Carter (Michael Caine) heads to his hometown of Newcastle, England, where he tangles with the local mob boss, a porn star and other colorful characters. Mike Hodges (Croupier, Flash Gordon) directs this classic action-thriller that depicts the grim realities of a brutal criminal world where innocence no longer exists.


Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.6 ★ 110 mins Comedies Rated: PG RT:88%
Small-time con man Freddy butts heads with Lawrence, a successful European swindler working the Riviera. Hoping to get rid of one another, they make a loser-leaves bet to scam the fortunes of a wealthy heiress.


The Quiet American Nominated For/Won Awards 2002  3.5 ★ 101 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:87%  starting 01-Jun-2015
Based on the novel by Graham Greene, this murder mystery centers on a love triangle set against the French Indochina War in 1952 Vietnam -- a world suffused with opium, intrigue and betrayal. A British reporter, Fowler (Michael Caine, in an Oscar-nominated performance), falls in love with a young Vietnamese woman, Phuong (Do Thi Hai Yen), and is dismayed when an American (Brendan Fraser) also begins vying for her attention.


Inception Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  4.0 ★ 148 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG-13 RT:86%
Oscar-nominated for Best Picture, this unnerving sci-fi thriller stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Dom Cobb, who earns a tidy sum infiltrating the dreams of corporate titans to steal their most closely held secrets. Tapped by a rich industrialist (Ken Watanabe) for a job involving a rival's heir, Cobb marshals a team of specialists that includes his right-hand man (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), an architecture student (Ellen Page) and a chemist (Dileep Rao).


Batman Begins Nominated For/Won Awards 2005  4.1 ★ 140 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13 RT:85%
Following the brutal murder of his parents, Bruce Wayne trains with a ninja and returns to Gotham City, only to find it overrun with corruption. But after discovering a cave under Wayne Manor, he assumes a new identity.


The Italian Job Nominated For/Won Awards 1969  3.4 ★ 99 mins Action & Adventure Rated: G RT:84%
In director Peter Collinson's Golden Globe-nominated caper flick, enterprising swindler Charlie Croker (Michael Caine) hatches an ingenious plan to steal a huge cache of Chinese gold en route to Turin, Italy, as collateral for a new Fiat plant. The diversion for the heist: A gigantic traffic jam during an Italy-Great Britain soccer match. Incarcerated criminal genius Mr. Bridger (Noel Coward) helps Croker get financing -- from his jail cell.


Little Voice Nominated For/Won Awards 1998  3.4 ★ 96 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:81%  until 01-Jan-2025 
A telephone repairman (Ewan McGregor) and a music promoter (Michael Caine) play second fiddle to Little Voice (Jane Horrocks), a young woman whose beautiful pipes could pack a thousand cabarets. Trouble is, she can only sing along to records in her room. This British charmer was a sleeper hit among the indie set thanks to its winning mix of romance, hope and humor. Brenda Blethyn and Jim Broadbent co-star.


Last Orders  2002  3.2 ★ 109 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:78%
Charismatic butcher Jack Dodds (Michael Caine) orders his lifelong friends to make a special journey in the wake of his death by delivering his ashes to the sea. Joined by Jack's son (Ray Winstone), Lucky (Bob Hoskins), Vic (Tom Courtenay) and Lenny (David Hemmings) travel through the pastoral countryside from pub to pub, revisiting their memories of life after a terrible war. But Jack's wife (Helen Mirren) is on a voyage of her own.


The Prestige  2006  3.9 ★ 130 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:76%
At the dawn of the 20th century, rival magicians Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) and Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) endeavor to reveal each other's secrets. Obsessed by the escalating competition, the two illusionists begin to perform increasingly risky tricks, which soon turn deadly. Michael Caine, Scarlett Johansson and David Bowie also star in this taut psychological thriller from director Christopher Nolan.


Quills Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.5 ★ 124 mins Dramas Rated: R RT:75%  until 01-Jan-2025 
The Marquis de Sade was a provocateur so addicted to words that he used his own blood to write salacious stories while locked away in an asylum. A doctor tries to prevent the Marquis from writing, but a worker is lured into taking his dictation.


The Cider House Rules Nominated For/Won Awards 1999  3.7 ★ 126 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:71%  until 01-Jan-2025 
A surrogate son and protege to a kindly physician who runs an orphanage in rural Maine, itchy Homer Wells sets off wide-eyed to see the world -- but cold reality soon intrudes on his youthful idealism and moral certitude.


A Bridge Too Far Nominated For/Won Awards 1977  3.7 ★ 176 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG RT:67%
Featuring intense battle sequences and a cast of thousands, this wartime drama details a pivotal day in 1944 when an Allied task force tried -- and failed -- to win World War II by seizing control of key bridges in Holland.


Is Anybody There?  2008  3.0 ★ 95 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:64%  until 01-Jan-2025 
Growing up in a seaside nursing home run by his parents takes its toll on 10-year-old Edward, but things begin to look up for the lonely boy when a retired magician with a zest for life moves in.


Harry Brown  2009  3.5 ★ 103 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R RT:64%  until 01-Jan-2025 
When a crew of drug-dealing gang members takes the life of his only friend, a retired Marine and widower decides to take the law into his own hands -- but his old-school training might be overmatched.


Battle of Britain  1969  3.6 ★ 132 mins Action & Adventure Rated: G RT:63%
This star-studded epic re-creates the 1940 air battle that took place in the skies over England. Surprised and outgunned, Britain's R.A.F. used determination and guile to fend off a ferocious Nazi Luftwaffe attack in the early days of World War II. If England had lost control of its airspace, the Germans may well have invaded the British Isles and won the war. The cast includes Michael Caine, Laurence Olivier, Kenneth More and Trevor Howard.


Secondhand Lions  2003  4.0 ★ 107 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: PG RT:59%
In 1960s Texas, timid teen Walter (Haley Joel Osment) is forced to spend the summer with his rich and eccentric great-uncles (Michael Caine and Robert Duvall) on their farm, where, over time, he learns surprising tidbits about their mysterious and dangerous pasts. Emmanuelle Vaugier plays an Arabian sultan's daughter, with whom Duvall's character fell in love years ago. Kyra Sedgwick co-stars.


The Weather Man  2005  2.9 ★ 101 mins Comedies Rated: R RT:59%  until 01-Jan-2025 
Chicago weatherman Dave Spritz gets one step closer to fame and fortune when he's invited to try out for a spot on a popular national morning show. All he has to do is pull himself together, but that proves increasingly difficult.


Gnomeo and Juliet  2011  3.8 ★ 84 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G RT:56%
This animated family comedy transports Shakespeare's classic tale of forbidden romance between two star-crossed lovers from warring families to the unlikely and irreverent world of garden gnomes.


Flawless  2007  3.4 ★ 109 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13 RT:56%  until 01-Jan-2025 
On the eve of his retirement, a disgruntled British janitor, angry over his company's refusal to pay an insurance claim for his ailing wife, persuades an unhappy American executive to join him in a jewel heist targeting their employer.


Without a Clue  1988  3.4 ★ 107 mins Comedies Rated: PG RT:56%
Part mystery and part comedy, this film tackles the origins of the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. Here, Holmes is depicted as an invention of Dr. John Watson (Ben Kingsley), who acts as if Holmes really exists. But when Holmes's popularity grows, Dr. Watson finds himself inundated with requests for detective service. In need of help, Dr. Watson hires a bumbling local actor (Michael Caine) to masquerade as the great detective.


Austin Powers in Goldmember  2002  3.4 ★ 95 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:55%
The world's most shagadelic spy continues his fight against diabolical Dr. Evil and his clone, Mini-Me, as they join forces with a new foe: 1970s villain Goldmember. While trying to stop the trio from world domination, Austin gets help from his dad.


Miss Congeniality Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.4 ★ 109 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:42%
Unpolished and disheveled, FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) needs a serious makeover before going undercover as a Miss United States beauty pageant contestant to catch a psychopathic terrorist who's threatened to blow up the proceedings. A beauty consultant (Michael Caine) is hired to transform Hart from "Dirty Harriet" into a beauty queen -- with hilarious and surprisingly effective results, much to her partner's (Benjamin Bratt) shock.


Journey 2: The Mysterious Island  2012  3.6 ★ 94 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG RT:40%
When he traces a distress signal about his grandfather's whereabouts to an island that doesn't seem to exist, fearless teen Sean Anderson springs into adventure mode and teams up with an unlikely ally: his stepfather.


Cars 2  2011  3.8 ★ 106 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: G RT:39%
Owen Wilson once again voices speedy race car Lightning McQueen in this peppy sequel to the animated hit Cars. When he heads off to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix, Lightning also rolls straight into a case of international intrigue.


Sleuth  2007  2.9 ★ 89 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:36%
Aging detective writer Andrew Wyke (Michael Caine) squares off against Milo Tindle (Jude Law), the struggling actor who stole Wyke's wife in this twisted -- and twisty -- plot of deception and double crosses from director Kenneth Branagh. Branagh steers a gripping screenplay by Nobel Prize laureate Harold Pinter, who stylishly updates the 1972 original -- in which an Oscar-nominated Caine played the Milo role opposite Laurence Olivier's Andrew.


Bewitched Nominated For/Won Awards 2005  2.9 ★ 110 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13 RT:25%
Hoping to revive his career, washed-up actor Jack Wyatt is convinced that Isabel Bigelow would make the perfect Samantha to his Darrin in a film update of the 1960s sitcom "Bewitched." But Jack doesn't know how right he is: Isabel really is a witch.


The Statement  2003  3.2 ★ 120 mins Thrillers Rated: R RT:24%
During World War II, Frenchman Pierre Brossard's Nazi sympathizing led to the deaths of 14 Jews. Years later, it's his turn to be the prey when a Nazi hunter, the police and hired killers pick up his trail.


The Dark Knight Rises  2012  4.4 ★ 165 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
Still grief-stricken over past losses, billionaire Bruce Wayne is conflicted about once again donning the cape of his lethal alter ego, Batman, but defends Gotham when it 's threatened by new foes such as the slinky Catwoman and the sinister Bane.


Hamlet at Elsinore  1964  3.0 ★ 170 mins Dramas Rated: NR
The BBC's landmark 1964 production of Shakespeare's tragedy features an all-star cast, many of whom were not yet famous at the time of production, and marks the first time since 1910 that a film of the play was shot on location at Elsinore, Denmark.


World War II: When Lions Roared  1994  3.5 ★ 186 mins Dramas Rated: NR
The egos of three powerful world leaders collide in this made-for-television drama about the Tehran Conference of 1943 and the Allied advance against Germany, a film with dialogue drawn directly from transcripts and news reports of the actual event. An all-star ensemble of award-winning actors includes John Lithgow as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Bob Hoskins as Winston Churchill and Michael Caine as Joseph Stalin.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2: Disc 3  1968 92 mins Television
This disc includes episodes 87 (February 8, 1971) and 16 (September 23, 1968). Special features include exclusive interviews with "Laugh-In" stars Allan Sues and Dick Martin.


The Magus  1968  2.6 ★ 117 mins Classics Rated: PG
British schoolteacher Nicholas (Michael Caine) moves to a small Greek island to replace an instructor who committed suicide in this hypnotic fantasy. Once there, he develops a fascination with mysterious local recluse Conchis (Anthony Quinn) and his wife, Lily (Candice Bergen). But something is amiss as he's drawn deeper into their world. Nicholas soon realizes that he's been lured into a dangerous mind game -- a game from which there's no esc...


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2: Disc 1  1968 90 mins Television
This disc includes episodes 52 (December 1, 1969) and 54 (December 15, 1969).


The Ipcress File Nominated For/Won Awards 1965  3.4 ★ 107 mins Classics Rated: UR
At the height of the Cold War, ex-thief Harry Palmer -- now reluctantly working as a secret agent -- has been called in to investigate a series of kidnappings among scientists, including the disappearance of a doctor holding sensitive information.


Last Orders  2002  3.2 ★ 109 mins Independent Rated: R
Charismatic butcher Jack Dodds (Michael Caine) orders his lifelong friends to make a special journey in the wake of his death by delivering his ashes to the sea. Joined by Jack's son (Ray Winstone), Lucky (Bob Hoskins), Vic (Tom Courtenay) and Lenny (David Hemmings) travel through the pastoral countryside from pub to pub, revisiting their memories of life after a terrible war. But Jack's wife (Helen Mirren) is on a voyage of her own.


Blue Ice  1992  2.9 ★ 105 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Retired spy Harry Anders (Michael Caine) is lured back into the dangerous milieu in which he once operated when he falls in love with the beautiful wife (Sean Young) of an ambassador. When she asks him to help her lose a persistent ex-lover, Anders agrees to a simple blackmail scheme. But the best-laid plans are laid waste when blackmail becomes murder, and all is not what it seems. Just who is double-crossing who? Russell Mulcahy directs.


Peeper  1975  2.5 ★ 87 mins Comedies Rated: PG
Wealthy Anglich (Michael Constantine) hires private eye Tucker (Michael Caine) to find his missing daughter in this noir spoof. The trail leads Tucker to the quirky Prendergast family, and he suspects that one of the female members -- either Ellen (Natalie Wood) or Mianne (Kitty Winn) -- is the lost girl. Now, he must use all his deductive powers to determine which Prendergast is really an Anglich. Timothy Carey and Thayer David co-star.


Deathtrap Nominated For/Won Awards 1982  3.5 ★ 116 mins Thrillers Rated: PG
Sidney Lumet directs this twisting adaptation of Ira Levin's play about older, washed-up playwright Sidney (Michael Caine), who arranges to meet with younger writer Clifford (Christopher Reeve) at Sidney's remote cabin to discuss Clifford's first attempt at authoring a play. Sidney clearly covets the play, which casts doubt as to whether Clifford will leave the cabin alive. Dyan Cannon plays Sidney's ailing wife.


The Dark Knight: Bonus Material  2008  3.6 ★ 60 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
The bonus material for The Dark Knight includes the featurettes Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a Scene with Chris Nolan and his team, The 6 Dark Knight IMAX Scenes in their original IMAX framing, Gotham Tonight - 6 episodes of Gotham's Premier News Program and concept galleries for poster art, production stills and trailers.


Is Anybody There?  2008  3.0 ★ 95 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
Growing up in a seaside nursing home run by his parents takes its toll on 10-year-old Edward, but things begin to look up for the lonely boy when a retired magician with a zest for life moves in.


Morning Departure Nominated For/Won Awards 1950  3.0 ★ 102 mins Dramas Rated: NR
A collision with a mine scuttles a British submarine, leaving a dozen survivors facing a watery grave in this taut high-seas drama. John Mills plays Lt. Cmdr. Peter Armstrong, who must keep his cool if the remaining crew is to make it out alive. An atmospheric character study about men under enormous stress, director Roy Ward Baker's World War II film also stars Richard Attenborough as a craven seaman who can't handle the pressure.


Last Love  2013  3.8 ★ 115 mins Drama Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025   
A widowed professor living alone in Paris sees no meaningful future for himself until he meets a free-spirited young dance instructor. From their first meeting, each instinctively provides what the other so desperately needs: someone to call family.


Get Carter Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.2 ★ 102 mins Thrillers Rated: R
When his brother is killed in an accident, cold-blooded gun for hire Jack Carter (Sylvester Stallone) returns home to make peace with his past. But when evidence of foul play surfaces, Carter's mission becomes one of retribution rather than redemption. Miranda Richardson, Rachel Leigh Cook, Mickey Rourke and Michael Caine (who starred in the original production) lead the supporting cast in this remake of the classic 1971 crime thriller.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In  1968 240 mins TV Shows
Rowan and Martin's "Laugh-In," an innovative television show from the late 1960s, popularized a style of rapid-fire sketch comedy where skits, punch lines and gags are edited together in a fast-moving and almost random format. The laughs keep on rolling as the two hosts bring on a variety of special guests including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Arte Johnson, Henry Gibson and many others. The six episodes in this set span the years 1968-1970.


World War II: When Lions Roared: Disc 1  1994 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc contains Part I.


World War II: When Lions Roared: Disc 2  1994 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc contains Part II.


Mr. Destiny  1990  3.2 ★ 110 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
Larry Burrows (James Belushi) is unhappy, obsessing over a belief that his entire life could have turned out differently had he not missed that crucial hit in a high school baseball game. One night he meets a mysterious man (Michael Caine) who offers him the life he dreams of. But, as Burrows embarks on a journey of self-discovery in his alternate life, he soon realizes that the ideals he once glorified also have their drawbacks.


The Whistle Blower  1987  3.2 ★ 104 mins Thrillers Rated: PG
Frank Jones (Michael Caine) is a distinguished army veteran; his son, Robert (Nigel Havers), is a talented linguist who translates wiretapped Russian phone conversations for the British government. But when his mysterious death is called an accident, Frank begins to investigate. What he finds leads him into the depths of the intelligence community and to sinister, covert dealings at the highest level -- and the information could get him killed.


Bewitched Nominated For/Won Awards 2005  2.9 ★ 110 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Hoping to revive his career, washed-up actor Jack Wyatt is convinced that Isabel Bigelow would make the perfect Samantha to his Darrin in a film update of the 1960s sitcom "Bewitched." But Jack doesn't know how right he is: Isabel really is a witch.


Batman Begins Nominated For/Won Awards 2005  4.1 ★ 140 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
Following the brutal murder of his parents, Bruce Wayne trains with a shadowy organization and returns to a corrupt Gotham City to deliver justice. Armed with his new skills and endless resources, he assumes a new identity and a war on crime.


Without a Clue  1988  3.4 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: PG
Part mystery and part comedy, this film tackles the origins of the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. Here, Holmes is depicted as an invention of Dr. John Watson (Ben Kingsley), who acts as if Holmes really exists. But when Holmes's popularity grows, Dr. Watson finds himself inundated with requests for detective service. In need of help, Dr. Watson hires a bumbling local actor (Michael Caine) to masquerade as the great detective.


On Deadly Ground Nominated For/Won Awards 1994  3.1 ★ 101 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Government agent Forrest Taft (Steven Seagal) has uncovered gross environmental misconduct in Alaska, where a huge oil company helmed by a wicked CEO (Michael Caine) is strangling Mother Nature. But when Taft threatens to go public with the information, he's attacked and left to die in the rugged wilderness -- where he's eventually rescued by a tribe of benevolent Eskimos. Seagal also directs this environmentally conscious action-adventure.


The Swarm Nominated For/Won Awards 1978  2.9 ★ 156 mins Horror Movies Rated: NR
Entomologist Brad Crane (Michael Caine) and his crack team of scientists attempt to intervene when swarms of voracious killer bees begin attacking a number of cities in Texas, and an army general (Richard Widmark) threatens to use military firepower against this force of nature. This doomsday epic buzzes with an all-star cast, including Katharine Ross, Richard Chamberlain, Olivia de Havilland, Fred MacMurray and Henry Fonda.


Dressed to Kill Nominated For/Won Awards 1980  3.3 ★ 105 mins Thrillers Rated: UR
Brian De Palma directs this 1980 murder mystery. When a middle-aged wife and mother (Angie Dickinson) begins to doubt her own attractiveness, she turns to her therapist (Michael Caine), who declines her advances. But after her mysterious murder in an elevator, the detective assigned to the case (Dennis Franz) is content to do little to solve it, so a prostitute who witnessed the crime teams with the victim's only son to find out the truth.


Morning Departure Nominated For/Won Awards 1950  3.0 ★ 102 mins Drama Rated: NR
A collision with a mine scuttles a British submarine, leaving a dozen survivors facing a watery grave in this taut high-seas drama. John Mills plays Lt. Cmdr. Peter Armstrong, who must keep his cool if the remaining crew is to make it out alive. An atmospheric character study about men under enormous stress, director Roy Ward Baker's World War II film also stars Richard Attenborough as a craven seaman who can't handle the pressure.


California Suite Nominated For/Won Awards 1978  3.0 ★ 103 mins Comedy Rated: PG
A quartet of intertwining vignettes chronicles the misadventures of four sets of guests who converge on a posh Beverly Hills hotel on the eve of the Academy Awards. Neil Simon's episodic script profiles a divorced couple in a bitter custody fight; an Academy Award-nominated English actress in town for the Oscars with her gay hubby; a pair of dueling docs; and a man feverishly attempting to explain to his wife when she finds a chippy in his bed.


The Statement  2003  3.2 ★ 120 mins Thrillers Rated: R
During World War II, Frenchman Pierre Brossard's Nazi sympathizing led to the deaths of 14 Jews. Years later, it's his turn to be the prey when a Nazi hunter, the police and hired killers pick up his trail.


Jekyll & Hyde  1990  2.7 ★ 95 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13
Michael Caine stars as the tormented Dr. Henry Jekyll in this spine-tingling journey into primal fear inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story. Obsessed with the healing power of drugs, Dr. Jekyll pursues his experiments in transformation, despite the influence his "altered ego," Hyde, wields over him. A scandalous romance with his sister-in-law, Sara (Cheryl Ladd), turns to a deadly affair as Sara falls prey to Hyde's monstrous wrath.


Miss Congeniality Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.5 ★ 109 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Unpolished and disheveled, FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) needs a serious makeover before going undercover as a Miss United States beauty pageant contestant to catch a psychopathic terrorist who's threatened to blow up the proceedings. A beauty consultant (Michael Caine) is hired to transform Hart from "Dirty Harriet" into a beauty queen -- with hilarious and surprisingly effective results, much to her partner's (Benjamin Bratt) shock.


The Hand  1981  3.0 ★ 104 mins Cult Movies Rated: R
Academy Award winner Michael Caine stars as successful comic book artist Jonathan Lansdale, who suffers a tragedy in this thriller from director Oliver Stone. A grisly car wreck causes Jonathan to lose one of his hands, which is not recovered at the accident scene. Later, people who've angered the now-paranoid cartoonist begin to disappear. Is Jonathan's severed hand capable of a killing spree?


The Bulldog Breed  1960  2.5 ★ 94 mins Comedies Rated: NR
After a few failed suicide attempts, lovelorn assistant grocer Norman Puckle (Norman Wisdom) joins the British Navy, where -- despite his bumbling behavior -- he is chosen to be the test subject for the first manned rocket to outer space. Popular British comedian Wisdom shines in this 1960 star vehicle, which also stars Ian Hunter as Admiral Blyth. Watch for a brief scene with Michael Caine and Oliver Reed in their only on-screen pairing.


Michael Caine: Acting in Film  1989  3.5 ★ 60 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
In this installment of the "Actor's Take on Movie Making" series, film star Michael Caine shares trade secrets about character development; script preparation; voice, sound and movement; working with directors; and the politics of moviemaking. The star of acclaimed films such as Alfie, The Cider House Rules and The Quiet American offers advice to aspiring actors to help them succeed in the competitive entertainment business.


The Wilby Conspiracy  1975  3.3 ★ 106 mins Thrillers Rated: PG
Inspired by writer Peter Driscoll's novel about apartheid in South Africa, The Wilby Conspiracy follows the attempts of two men, British engineer Jim Koegh (Michael Caine) and activist Shack Twala (Sidney Poitier), to escape from the police, led by the menacing Major Horn (Nicol Williamson). Their only connection is Jim's girlfriend (Prunella Gee), a lawyer who defended Shack against charges of racial agitation.


The Fourth Protocol  1987  3.4 ★ Thrillers Rated: R
In an effort to shatter NATO alliances, Russian spy Valeri Petrofsky (Pierce Brosnan) plots to explode a nuclear bomb in Britain and blame the act on America. It's up to British agent John Preston (Michael Caine) to foil the plan, despite the skepticism of his superiors. Based on the book by best-selling author Frederick Forsyth, this well-crafted espionage thriller also stars Joanna Cassidy as a second Russian agent.


The Cider House Rules Nominated For/Won Awards 1999  3.8 ★ 126 mins Drama Rated: PG-13  until 01-Jan-2025   
A surrogate son and protégé to a kindly physician who runs an orphanage in rural Maine, itchy Homer Wells sets off wide-eyed to see the world -- but cold reality soon intrudes on his youthful idealism and moral certitude.


Children of Men  2006  3.6 ★ 110 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: R
In this futuristic tale, humans have lost the ability to reproduce and face extinction. Things change when a single woman mysteriously becomes pregnant, prompting a conflicted government bureaucrat and his ex-wife to join forces to protect her.


Beyond the Poseidon Adventure  1979  3.1 ★ 114 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
When a tug skipper, his first mate, and a passenger bravely board the sinking ocean liner Poseidon, they encounter survivors and a ruthless gang of smugglers searching for plutonium in this sequel to the blockbuster disaster movie.


The Swarm Nominated For/Won Awards 1978  2.9 ★ 156 mins Horror Rated: PG
Entomologist Brad Crane (Michael Caine) and his crack team of scientists attempt to intervene when swarms of voracious killer bees begin attacking a number of cities in Texas, and an army general (Richard Widmark) threatens to use military firepower against this force of nature. This doomsday epic buzzes with an all-star cast, including Katharine Ross, Richard Chamberlain, Olivia de Havilland, Fred MacMurray and Henry Fonda.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2  1968  3.4 ★ 272 mins Television
Although very much of its time (the late 1960s), "Laugh-In" easily bucks modern comedy trends and remains a timeless wonder -- one that heavily influenced comedy shows that followed in its wake. Includes two full-length episodes (spanning the years 1968-71) from the vintage television comedy series.


The Muppet Christmas Carol  1992  4.4 ★ Children & Family Rated: G  until 01-Jan-2025   
The Muppets put a musical twist on the Dickens classic, as dedicated employee Bob Cratchit (played by Kermit) begs his boss for Christmas Day off.


Batman Begins: Bonus Material  2005  3.7 ★ 120 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
This companion disc to Christopher Nolan's take on the Caped Crusader includes featurettes covering Batman history, creative concepts and story development, production design, costumes, vehicles, filming locations, special effects and more, as well as DVD-ROM features and a still gallery.


The Golden Gong  1985  3.0 ★ 76 mins Documentary Rated: NR
After producing a series of film shorts, J. Arthur Rank went on to become Britain's first movie mogul by establishing the legendary Pinewood Studios. Narrated by Michael Caine, The Golden Gong chronicles Pinewood's rise to success through film clips (Caesar and Cleopatra, Brief Encounter, The Red Shoes, The League of Gentlemen and Oliver Twist) and interviews with Dirk Bogarde, Richard Attenborough, Christopher Reeve, Joan Collins and others.


Half Moon Street  1986  3.0 ★ 89 mins Thrillers Rated: R
This offbeat drama focuses on the relationship between British diplomat Lord Bulbeck (Michael Caine) and Dr. Lauren Slaughter (Sigourney Weaver), an American political scholar by day and prostitute by night. The two meet at a party, and he soon becomes one of her regular clients. But numerous complications develop for the independent Dr. Slaughter when Lord Bulbeck starts falling in love with her.


Sleuth Nominated For/Won Awards 1972  3.6 ★ 139 mins Classics Rated: PG
Laurence Olivier stars as Andrew Wyke, an unhappily married man who wants to rid of his wife without paying alimony. Aware of his spouse's affair with Milo Tindle (Michael Caine), Wyke tells Tindle to rob the house and leave with the wife and her jewelry. The planned break-in sets off a string of twists that will keep you guessing who has the upper hand in this smart psychological thriller from director Joseph L. Mankiewicz.


Dressed to Kill Nominated For/Won Awards 1980  3.3 ★ 105 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Brian De Palma directs this 1980 murder mystery. When a middle-aged wife and mother (Angie Dickinson) begins to doubt her own attractiveness, she turns to her therapist (Michael Caine), who declines her advances. But after her mysterious murder in an elevator, the detective assigned to the case (Dennis Franz) is content to do little to solve it, so a prostitute who witnessed the crime teams with the victim's only son to find out the truth.


Hannah and Her Sisters Nominated For/Won Awards 1986  3.5 ★ 107 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Woody Allen's classic tale about three New York City sisters -- Hannah (Mia Farrow), Holly (Dianne Wiest) and Lee (Barbara Hershey) -- begins with a festive Thanksgiving dinner, during which Hannah's husband, Elliot (Michael Caine), realizes he's falling for Lee. Unfolding over the course of a year, the Oscar-winning film follows the sisters' intertwined lives and loves, who include a grim artist (Max von Sydow) and a neurotic producer (Allen).


The Last Valley  1970  3.0 ★ 125 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Omar Sharif and Michael Caine star in this historical drama set in a peaceful valley -- one of only a handful of locations in Germany to remain unspoiled by the carnage of the Thirty Years War. Vogel (Sharif), a former teacher, seeks refuge in the quiet enclave, while the Captain (Caine) arrives with a band of mercenaries, planning to exploit the valley for his own uses -- until Vogel steps in and arranges a truce.


The Weather Man  2005  2.9 ★ 101 mins Comedy Rated: R  starting 01-Sep-2015 
Chicago weatherman Dave Spritz gets one step closer to fame and fortune when he's invited to try out for a spot on a popular national morning show. All he has to do is pull himself together, but that proves increasingly difficult.


Sleuth  2007  2.9 ★ 89 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Aging detective writer Andrew Wyke (Michael Caine) squares off against Milo Tindle (Jude Law), the struggling actor who stole Wyke's wife in this twisted -- and twisty -- plot of deception and double crosses from director Kenneth Branagh. Branagh steers a gripping screenplay by Nobel Prize laureate Harold Pinter, who stylishly updates the 1972 original -- in which an Oscar-nominated Caine played the Milo role opposite Laurence Olivier's Andrew.


Hamlet at Elsinore  1964  3.0 ★ 170 mins Drama Rated: NR
The BBC's landmark 1964 production of Shakespeare's tragedy features an all-star cast, many of whom were not yet famous at the time of production, and marks the first time since 1910 that a film of the play was shot on location at Elsinore, Denmark.


Deadfall  1968  2.7 ★ 120 mins Classics Rated: R
Recovering alcoholic and thief Henry Clarke (Michael Caine) finds himself drawn into a dangerous world when he joins forces with an unusual married couple in this classic suspense thriller. Henry meets Fe Moreau (Giovanna Ralli) and soon discovers she and her openly gay husband, Richard (Eric Portman), have an unconventional marital arrangement. As Henry embarks on an affair with Fe, the threesome start planning a jewel heist together.


Too Late the Hero  1970  3.0 ★ 133 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
As World War II rages on in Europe, a reluctant squad of British soldiers stationed in the Pacific theater find themselves tasked with destroying a Japanese radio base behind enemy lines. Michael Caine and Cliff Robertson co-star in this military drama penned by director Robert Aldrich and Lukas Heller, a screenwriter whose credits include What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962), Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) and The Dirty Dozen (19...


Jaws: The Revenge  1987  2.6 ★ 89 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13
The long-suffering wife (Lorraine Gary) of Chief Brody decides she's had enough of Amity Island and hikes it to the Caribbean to join her son Michael (Lance Guest), her daughter-in-law and her grandchild. But that pesky shark (or is it the shark's mate?) follows her south and begins to wreak havoc in the azure seas of the Gulf Stream. Michael Caine co-stars in a role that owes something to the Quint character of the Spielberg original.


Jekyll & Hyde  1990  2.7 ★ 95 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13
Michael Caine stars as the tormented Dr. Henry Jekyll in this spine-tingling journey into primal fear inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's classic story. Obsessed with the healing power of drugs, Dr. Jekyll pursues his experiments in transformation, despite the influence his "altered ego," Hyde, wields over him. A scandalous romance with his sister-in-law, Sara (Cheryl Ladd), turns to a deadly affair as Sara falls prey to Hyde's monstrous wrath.


Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.6 ★ 110 mins Comedy Rated: PG
Small-time con man Freddy butts heads with Lawrence, a successful European swindler working the Riviera. Hoping to get rid of one another, they make a loser-leaves bet to scam the fortunes of a wealthy heiress.


The Hand  1981  3.0 ★ 104 mins Horror Rated: R
Academy Award winner Michael Caine stars as successful comic book artist Jonathan Lansdale, who suffers a tragedy in this thriller from director Oliver Stone. A grisly car wreck causes Jonathan to lose one of his hands, which is not recovered at the accident scene. Later, people who've angered the now-paranoid cartoonist begin to disappear. Is Jonathan's severed hand capable of a killing spree?


The Holcroft Covenant  1985  3.0 ★ 112 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Noel Holcroft (Michael Caine), a German native adopted by American parents, learns that his biological father was one of Adolf Hitler's financial advisers in director John Frankenheimer's intriguing adaptation of Robert Ludlum's novel. Noel's father leaves him a fortune, with instructions to distribute it to Holocaust survivors. But as Noel carries out his mission, he comes to realize that fascists are using the money to start a new regime.


Shiner  2001  2.7 ★ 99 mins Sports Movies Rated: R
Billy "Shiner" Simpson (Michael Caine) is an ambitious boxing promoter with some not-so-legitimate practices. The mobster organizes a world-title bout in England, betting everything he has on his boxer son. But, on what should have been the proudest day of Shiner's life, his son throws the fight and ultimately ends up dead. Shiner must evade the police while seeking revenge against his son's killer.


Billion Dollar Brain  1967  3.0 ★ 108 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
In this final installment of the Harry Palmer spy trilogy, Palmer (Michael Caine) has left the espionage game to work as a private eye but is pressed back into service when an American general (Ed Begley) tries to foment an uprising in the Soviet Union. Tasked with thwarting the lunatic general -- who's using a supercomputer to carry out his sinister plan -- Palmer must join forces with his former Russian foil (Oskar Homolka).


20,000 Leagues Under the Sea  1997  3.0 ★ 178 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this absorbing adaptation of Jules Verne's immortal novel, a mysterious creature is inexplicably destroying vessels at sea, so marine specialist Pierre Arronax (Patrick Dempsey) and whaler Ned Land (Bryan Brown) set out to discover the truth about the "monster" of the deep. They soon find themselves aboard the revolutionary submarine of reclusive Capt. Nemo (Michael Caine) -- and on a risky voyage to the ocean's depths.


Ashanti  1979  2.7 ★ 110 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
A Middle Eastern slave trader (Peter Ustinov) abducts a World Health Organization doctor's wife in this action-packed adventure. Desperate to find his missing spouse, Anansa (Beverly Johnson), Dr. David Linderby (Michael Caine) teams with a soldier of fortune (Rex Harrison), a pilot (William Holden) and a nomad (Kabir Bedi) for a treacherous rescue mission. Omar Sharif co-stars as the sheik who purchases Anansa from her kidnapper.


Pulp  1972  2.8 ★ 95 mins Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Hack novelist Mickey King (Michael Caine) is hired to ghostwrite the autobiography of fading film star Preston Gilbert (Mickey Rooney), who's known for having mob ties. When Gilbert is mysteriously murdered at a party, King tries to stay out of harm's way while attempting to uncover the reasons for the killing. This comic crime caper reunites actor Caine with his Get Carter director, Mike Hodges.


Journey 2: The Mysterious Island  2012  3.6 ★ 94 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG
When he traces a distress signal about his grandfather's whereabouts to an island that doesn't seem to exist, fearless teen Sean Anderson springs into adventure mode and teams up with an unlikely ally: his stepfather.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Disc 1  1968 80 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes Show #3 (originally aired Feb. 5, 1968) and the Emmy award-winning Show #9 (originally aired Mar. 25, 1968). Guest stars include Goldie Hawn, Tiny Tim, Cher, Tim Conway, Flip Wilson, Sammy Davis Jr., Arte Johnson, Joey Bishop and more.


World War II: When Lions Roared  1994  3.5 ★ 186 mins Drama Rated: NR
The egos of three powerful world leaders collide in this made-for-television drama about the Tehran Conference of 1943 and the Allied advance against Germany, a film with dialogue drawn directly from transcripts and news reports of the actual event. An all-star ensemble of award-winning actors includes John Lithgow as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Bob Hoskins as Winston Churchill and Michael Caine as Joseph Stalin.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Disc 2  1968 80 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes Show #15 (originally aired Sept. 16, 1968) and Show #60 (originally aired Feb. 2, 1970). Guest stars include Richard Nixon, Hugh Hefner, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bob Hope, Jack Lemmon, Jack Benny, James Cagney and more.


The Romantic Englishwoman  1975  2.5 ★ 125 mins Dramas Rated: R
The real and the fabricated intertwine in Tom Stoppard's provocative tale of a novelist, Lewis Fielding, who imagines that his vacationing wife, Elizabeth, is having an affair, then has her would-be lover, Thomas, over for tea and a literary chat.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Disc 3  1968 80 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes Show #32 (originally aired Feb. 3, 1969) and Show #61 (originally aired Feb. 9, 1970). Guest stars include Don Rickles, George Jessel, Liberace, Carl Reiner, Greer Garson, Jim Backus, Andy Williams, Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn and more.


Mandela and de Klerk  1997  3.6 ★ 114 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine turn in a pair of Emmy-nominated performances as Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Klerk, respectively, in this thought-provoking drama about the end of apartheid in South Africa. Filmed on location on Robben Island and other key historical sites, the film chronicles the events leading up to Mandela's release from prison and sheds light on a game-changing milestone in South African politics.


Half Moon Street  1986  3.0 ★ 89 mins Thrillers Rated: R
This offbeat drama focuses on the relationship between British diplomat Lord Bulbeck (Michael Caine) and Dr. Lauren Slaughter (Sigourney Weaver), an American political scholar by day and prostitute by night. The two meet at a party, and he soon becomes one of her regular clients. But numerous complications develop for the independent Dr. Slaughter when Lord Bulbeck starts falling in love with her.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2: Disc 1  1968 90 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 52 (December 1, 1969) and 54 (December 15, 1969).


Curtain Call  1997  3.0 ★ 94 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Jan-2025
Stevenson Lowe (James Spader) is a book publisher with commitment issues in this romantic comedy. While Lowe's girlfriend (Polly Walker) wants to get married, he wants to buy a house -- without her! His new house, however, already has residents: the bickering ghosts of socialites Max Gale (Michael Caine) and Lily Marlowe (Maggie Smith). The couple offers Lowe all sorts of romantic advice, but why should he listen to them?


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2: Disc 2  1968 90 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 64 (March 2, 1970) and 65 (March 9, 1970).


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2: Disc 3  1968 92 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 87 (February 8, 1971) and 16 (September 23, 1968). Special features include exclusive interviews with "Laugh-In" stars Allan Sues and Dick Martin.


Blood & Wine  1996  3.2 ★ 101 mins Dramas Rated: R
A desperate man risks everything to save his flagging business in director Bob Rafelson's noir thriller. Deeply in debt and at odds with his wife (Judy Davis) and stepson, Alex Gates (Jack Nicholson) teams with amoral safecracker Victor Spansky (Michael Caine) to pinch an expensive diamond necklace with help from Alex's miniskirted mistress (Jennifer Lopez). But the scheme goes awry when his alcoholic spouse inadvertently gets involved.


The Magus  1968  2.6 ★ 117 mins Classic Movies Rated: PG
British schoolteacher Nicholas (Michael Caine) moves to a small Greek island to replace an instructor who committed suicide in this hypnotic fantasy. Once there, he develops a fascination with mysterious local recluse Conchis (Anthony Quinn) and his wife, Lily (Candice Bergen). But something is amiss as he's drawn deeper into their world. Nicholas soon realizes that he's been lured into a dangerous mind game -- a game from which there's no esc...


Hurry Sundown  1967  3.5 ★ 142 mins Drama Rated: NR
In 1940s Georgia, a racist landowner sets out to steal valuable property from a pair of hard-working sharecroppers, one white and one black, prompting the Ku Klux Klan to meddle in both men's affairs.


Victory  1981  3.4 ★ 116 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
This World War II drama set in a German POW camp follows prisoners hand-picked for a competition. Maj. Karl von Steiner, a former soccer player for the German national team, organizes a soccer match between Nazis and Allied prisoners, to be played in Paris. With some key players, including former English soccer player Capt. John Colby, the team has a good shot at winning the game but that could foil a plan.


Secondhand Lions  2003  4.0 ★ 107 mins Drama Rated: PG
In 1960s Texas, timid teen Walter is forced to spend the summer with his rich and eccentric great-uncles on their farm, where, over time, he learns surprising tidbits about their mysterious and dangerous pasts.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Disc 3  1968 80 mins Television
This disc includes Show #32 (originally aired Feb. 3, 1969) and Show #61 (originally aired Feb. 9, 1970). Guest stars include Don Rickles, George Jessel, Liberace, Carl Reiner, Greer Garson, Jim Backus, Andy Williams, Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn and more.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Disc 2  1968 80 mins Television
This disc includes Show #15 (originally aired Sept. 16, 1968) and Show #60 (originally aired Feb. 2, 1970). Guest stars include Richard Nixon, Hugh Hefner, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Bob Hope, Jack Lemmon, Jack Benny, James Cagney and more.


The Romantic Englishwoman  1975  2.5 ★ 125 mins Drama Rated: R
The real and the fabricated intertwine in Tom Stoppard's provocative tale of novelist Lewis Fielding, who imagines that his vacationing wife, Elizabeth, is having an affair, then has her would-be lover over for tea and a literary chat.


A Shock to the System  1990  3.3 ★ 93 mins Comedies Rated: R
A no-nonsense advertising executive plots a series of murders (his wife and new boss among them) when he's passed over for a promotion. Fueled by his apparent omnipotence, he maniacally (and comically) reaches for the top.


World War II: When Lions Roared (Part 1)  1994 Drama Rated: NR

Mandela and de Klerk  1997  3.6 ★ 114 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13
Sidney Poitier and Michael Caine turn in a pair of Emmy-nominated performances as Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Klerk, respectively, in this thought-provoking drama about the end of apartheid in South Africa. Filmed on location on Robben Island and other key historical sites, the film chronicles the events leading up to Mandela's release from prison and sheds light on a game-changing milestone in South African politics.


Woman Times Seven Nominated For/Won Awards 1967  2.9 ★ 108 mins Comedy Rated: NR
Shirley MacLaine earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance in this set of seven comedic tales about adultery, playing an errant widow at her spouse's funeral and a woman who turns to prostitution to take revenge on a straying mate, among others.


Flawless  2007  3.5 ★ 109 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13  until 01-Jan-2025   
On the eve of his retirement, a disgruntled British janitor, angry over his company's refusal to pay an insurance claim for his ailing wife, persuades an unhappy American executive to join him in a jewel heist targeting their employer.


The Eagle Has Landed  1976  3.5 ★ 131 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
In an elaborate plot to kidnap Winston Churchill during World War II, a contingent of elite German paratroopers disguised as a Polish unit descend on an eastern coastal village where the prime minister is scheduled to appear.


Secondhand Lions: Bonus Material  2003  4.0 ★ 107 mins Children & Family Movies Rated: NR
The bonus material for this film -- about a timid teenager's exploration of the mysteries and dangerous past lives of his rich, eccentric great-uncles -- is located on the second side of the disc. You'll find deleted/alternate scenes (with optional commentary), three featurettes, visual effects comparisons, TV spots, a trailer, Easter Eggs and more. The first side includes the full-screen version of the film.


Gambit Nominated For/Won Awards 1966  3.5 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: UR
Harry is an elite but clumsy burglar. He meets the partner of his dreams in Nicole, a Eurasian dancer, and they team up for the perfect crime -- to steal a precious sculpture from a billionaire recluse. Unfortunately, nothing goes right.


Mona Lisa Nominated For/Won Awards 1986  3.4 ★ 104 mins Drama Rated: R
Writer-director Neil Jordan's breakthrough film is a brilliant, noirish love story. Bob Hoskins (who snagged an Oscar nomination for his performance) plays George, a small-time loser employed as a chauffeur to an enigmatic, high-class call girl. His fascination with her leads him on a dangerous quest through the sordid underbelly of London, where love is a weakness to be exploited and betrayed. Michael Caine co-stars.


Victory  1981  3.4 ★ 116 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
This World War II drama set in a German POW camp follows prisoners hand-picked for a competition. Maj. Karl von Steiner, a former soccer player for the German national team, organizes a soccer match between Nazis and Allied prisoners, to be played in Paris. With some key players, including former English soccer player Capt. John Colby, the team has a good shot at winning the game but that could foil a plan.


Battle of Britain  1969  3.7 ★ 132 mins Drama Rated: G
This star-studded epic re-creates the 1940 air battle that took place in the skies over England. Surprised and outgunned, Britain's R.A.F. used determination and guile to fend off a ferocious Nazi Luftwaffe attack in the early days of World War II.


Harry and Walter Go to New York  1976  2.6 ★ 108 mins Comedy Rated: PG
James Caan and Elliott Gould are disgruntled turn-of-the-century vaudevillians who decide to become New York City safecrackers -- but making a killing in their new career turns out to be far funnier than their old act. In short order, they earn the hatred of the city's best safecracker and the devotion of one of its leading citizens (Diane Keaton). Can't you just hear those tumblers falling into place?


The Man Who Would Be King  1975  4.0 ★ 65 mins Classics Rated: PG
Legendary director John Huston adapts Rudyard Kipling's short story about Daniel Dravot (Sean Connery) and Peachy Carnehan (Michael Caine), two bored British soldiers stationed in India who travel to a mountainous Middle Eastern kingdom in search of riches and power. Embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, they con their way into becoming deities in Kafiristan before losing it all. The film earned four Oscar nominations.


The Man Who Would Be King: Disc 2  1975  3.6 ★ 64 mins Classics Rated: PG
Legendary director John Huston adapts Rudyard Kipling's short story about Daniel Dravot (Sean Connery) and Peachy Carnehan (Michael Caine), two bored British soldiers stationed in India who travel to a mountainous Middle Eastern kingdom in search of riches and power. Embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, they con their way into becoming deities in Kafiristan before losing it all. The film earned four Oscar nominations.


Play Dirty  1968  3.3 ★ 117 mins Classics Rated: PG
Tasked with leading a band of dangerous mercenaries into the African desert to destroy German fuel reserves during World War II, inexperienced British army Capt. Douglas (Michael Caine) must contend with a cantankerous veteran colonel (Nigel Green), an argumentative ex-convict (Nigel Davenport) and a traitorous brigadier (Harry Andrews). Directed by André De Toth, this action-packed war drama co-stars Daniel Pilon and Patrick Jordan.


Around the Bend  2004  3.4 ★ 85 mins Dramas Rated: R
Four generations of men are suddenly brought together by the chance to uncover the truth about their family's past. When their eldest member passes away, the remaining trio embarks on a journey that takes them out on the road and into a world full of surprises -- some comic, some dramatic, and all of them personal. Stars Michael Caine, Christopher Walken, Josh Lucas, Glenne Headly and Jonah Bobo.


Mr. Destiny  1990  3.2 ★ 110 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Larry Burrows (James Belushi) is unhappy, obsessing over a belief that his entire life could have turned out differently had he not missed that crucial hit in a high school baseball game. One night he meets a mysterious man (Michael Caine) who offers him the life he dreams of. But, as Burrows embarks on a journey of self-discovery in his alternate life, he soon realizes that the ideals he once glorified also have their drawbacks.


Educating Rita Nominated For/Won Awards 1983  3.4 ★ 111 mins Comedies Rated: PG
This warm and witty take on the Pygmalion story stars Julie Walters as Rita, a piquant hairdresser who's determined to better herself, and Michael Caine as Dr. Frank Bryant, a boozy professor who reluctantly becomes her tutor.


The Dark Knight Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  4.3 ★ 153 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
In this sequel to Batman Begins, the caped crusader teams with Lt. James Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent to continue dismantling Gotham City's criminal organizations. But a new villain known as the Joker threatens to undo their good work.


Curtain Call  1998  3.2 ★ 94 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
When Stevenson Lowe moves into a new house, he learns it already has residents: the bickering ghosts of socialites Max Gale and Lily Marlowe. The couple offers Lowe all sorts of romantic advice, but why should he listen to them?


Jaws: The Revenge Nominated For/Won Awards 1987  3.1 ★ 91 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
After another deadly shark attack, Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary) decides she has had enough of New England's Amity Island and moves to the Caribbean to join her son, Michael (Lance Guest), and his family. But a great white shark has followed her there, hungry for more lives. Michael Caine, Karen Young and Mario Van Peebles co-star; Joseph Sargent directs this third sequel to Steven Spielberg's original Jaws.


Educating Rita Nominated For/Won Awards 1983  3.4 ★ 111 mins Romance Rated: PG
This warm and witty take on the Pygmalion story stars Julie Walters as Rita, a piquant hairdresser who's determined to better herself, and Michael Caine as Dr. Frank Bryant, a boozy professor who reluctantly becomes her tutor.


William Tell  1958  2.3 ★ 750 mins TV Shows
This British-made television series follows the adventures of Swiss archer William Tell (Conrad Phillips), who becomes a national hero by leading the resistance against Austrian warlord Gessler (Willoughby Goddard). Gessler tries to help Austria take over Switzerland, but Tell is determined to thwart his every attempt. The series features appearances by Michael Caine, Donald Pleasence, Robert Shaw and other acclaimed British actors.


Blood and Wine  1996  3.4 ★ Thrillers Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025   
A debt-ridden wine dealer teams with a seasoned crook and an illegal immigrant to steal a diamond necklace and pawn it off to pay his bills.


Harry and Walter Go to New York  1976  2.6 ★ 108 mins Comedies Rated: PG
James Caan and Elliott Gould are disgruntled turn-of-the-century vaudevillians who decide to become New York City safecrackers -- but making a killing in their new career turns out to be far funnier than their old act. In short order, they earn the hatred of the city's best safecracker and the devotion of one of its leading citizens (Diane Keaton). Can't you just hear those tumblers falling into place?


The Italian Job Nominated For/Won Awards 1969  3.4 ★ 99 mins Classics Rated: G
In director Peter Collinson's Golden Globe-nominated caper flick, enterprising swindler Charlie Croker (Michael Caine) hatches an ingenious plan to steal a huge cache of Chinese gold en route to Turin, Italy, as collateral for a new Fiat plant. The diversion for the heist: A gigantic traffic jam during an Italy-Great Britain soccer match. Incarcerated criminal genius Mr. Bridger (Noel Coward) helps Croker get financing -- from his jail cell.


Quicksand  2001  3.0 ★ 90 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
New York banker Martin flies to France for some much-needed insight on a feature film that his bank is funding. On the set, he meets a woman who is the bank's main liaison (but who seems to have her own agenda). As Martin begins to investigate the film's tangled finances, certain investors set him up to take the fall in the assassination of an important government official. Stars Judith Godreche, Michael Keaton and Michael Caine.


Noises Off!  1992  3.6 ★ 89 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Theater director Lloyd Fellowes, a washed-up star, a vacant leading man, a blond bombshell. It seems like a smash hit until the backstage drama threatens to eclipse what's happening in front of the curtain.


Austin Powers in Goldmember  2002  3.4 ★ 95 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
The world's most shagadelic spy continues his fight against diabolical Dr. Evil and his clone, Mini-Me, as they join forces with a new foe: 1970s villain Goldmember. While trying to stop the trio from world domination, Austin gets help from his dad.


Beyond the Poseidon Adventure  1979  3.1 ★ 114 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
When a tug skipper, his first mate, and a passenger bravely board the sinking ocean liner Poseidon, they encounter survivors and a ruthless gang of smugglers searching for plutonium in this sequel to the blockbuster disaster movie.


Now You See Me  2013  3.3 ★ Thrillers Rated: NR
Brainy magicians Atlas and Henley lead a troupe of illusionists who specialize in robbing from the rich, in the form of banks, and giving to the poor, their audiences, all while trying to outwit a team of FBI agents determined to bring them down.


Cars 2  2011  3.8 ★ 106 mins Children & Family Rated: G
Owen Wilson once again voices speedy race car Lightning McQueen in this peppy sequel to the animated hit Cars. When he heads off to compete in the first-ever World Grand Prix, Lightning also rolls straight into a case of international intrigue.


Blood and Wine  1996  2.9 ★ Thrillers Rated: R
Jack Nicholson reunites with director Bob Rafelson (Five Easy Pieces) to play a debt-ridden wine dealer with a reputation for cheating -- and a desperate need for thieving -- in this black comedy crime caper. Teaming with a seasoned crook (Michael Caine) and an illegal immigrant (Jennifer Lopez), Alex (Nicholson) plans to steal a diamond necklace and pawn it to pay off his bills. But the plan goes awry when his wife (Judy Davis) gets wind of it.


Pulp  1972  2.8 ★ 95 mins Drama Rated: NR
Hack novelist Mickey King (Michael Caine) is hired to ghostwrite the autobiography of fading film star Preston Gilbert (Mickey Rooney), who's known for having mob ties. When Gilbert is mysteriously murdered at a party, King tries to stay out of harm's way while attempting to uncover the reasons for the killing. This comic crime caper reunites actor Caine with his Get Carter director, Mike Hodges.


Blame It on Rio  1984  3.2 ★ 100 mins Comedy Rated: R
When longtime friends Matthew Hollis and Victor Lyons arrive in Rio de Janeiro with their teenage daughters in tow, the exotic city soon casts its spell on Matthew, who finds himself swept up in a web of guilt, lies and sexual escapades.


William Tell: Disc 1  1958 250 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Unwelcome Stranger," "Secret Death," "The Lost Letter," "The Suspect," "The Bandit," "Secret Weapon," "The Cuckoo," "The Elixir," "Landslide" and "The Golden Wheel."


Zulu  1964  3.7 ★ 138 mins Classics Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Based on a real-life battle, this action epic follows a group of British soldiers stationed in South Africa who must defend their tiny outpost against an attack by an overwhelming force of Zulu warriors.


William Tell: Disc 2  1958 250 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Master Spy," "The Hostages," "The Magic Powder," "Gessler's Daughter," "The Manhunt," "The Prisoner," "The Assassins," "The Emperor's Hat," "The Spider" and "The Surgeon."


William Tell: Disc 3  1958 250 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Trap," "The Young Widow," "Voice In the Night," "The Bear," "The Avenger," "The Shrew," "The Killer," "The Traitor," "The Gauntlet of St. Gerhard" and "The Baroness."


The Eagle Has Landed  1976  3.5 ★ 131 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
In an elaborate plot to kidnap Winston Churchill during World War II, a contingent of elite German paratroopers disguised as a Polish unit descend on an eastern coastal village where the prime minister is scheduled to appear.


X, Y and Zee Nominated For/Won Awards 1972  2.9 ★ 110 mins Classics Rated: PG
The verbal game-playing is so intense in the marriage of Zee and Robert Blakeley that Robert seeks respite with simple country girl Stella. But the affair is too much for Zee, even in the swinging post-1960s London social scene they inhabit.


Funeral in Berlin  1966  3.4 ★ 102 mins Thrillers Rated: UR
In this sequel to The Ipcress File, Harry Palmer is dispatched to East Berlin to extricate a Russian general who wants to defect. His plan is to stage a phony funeral and transport the general out of Berlin in a coffin.


Shiner  2000  3.0 ★ 99 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Billy "Shiner" Simpson organizes a title bout, betting everything he has on his boxer son. But his son throws the fight and ultimately ends up dead. Now, Shiner must evade the police while seeking revenge against his son's killer.


The Man Who Would Be King: Disc 2  1975  3.6 ★ 64 mins Classics Rated: PG
Legendary director John Huston adapts Rudyard Kipling's short story about Daniel Dravot (Sean Connery) and Peachy Carnehan (Michael Caine), two bored British soldiers stationed in India who travel to a mountainous Middle Eastern kingdom in search of riches and power. Embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, they con their way into becoming deities in Kafiristan before losing it all. The film earned four Oscar nominations.


Shadow Run  1998  2.3 ★ 92 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Michael Caine stars in this slick action thriller as a criminal mastermind known only as Haskell. When a perfectly planned armored truck carjacking goes awry, Haskell begins to suspect he's been set up by the people he works for. James Fox plays the nefarious Landon-Higgins. Matthew Pochin, Kenneth Colley and Christopher Cazenove also co-star in this crime caper from director Geoffrey Reeve (Caravan to Vaccares).


Blood & Wine  1996  3.2 ★ 101 mins Drama Rated: R
A desperate man risks everything to save his flagging business in director Bob Rafelson's noir thriller. Deeply in debt and at odds with his wife (Judy Davis) and stepson, Alex Gates (Jack Nicholson) teams with amoral safecracker Victor Spansky (Michael Caine) to pinch an expensive diamond necklace with help from Alex's miniskirted mistress (Jennifer Lopez). But the scheme goes awry when his alcoholic spouse inadvertently gets involved.


Water  1985  3.0 ★ 98 mins Comedy Rated: PG-13
Baxter Thwaites is the laissez-faire chief politico of a largely forgotten backwater British isle in the Caribbean. But the fortunes of the governor (and his colony) change when oil explorers accidentally tap into a rich vein of mineral water.


The Man Who Would Be King Nominated For/Won Awards 1975  3.7 ★ 129 mins Classics Rated: PG
Legendary director John Huston adapts Rudyard Kipling's short story about Daniel Dravot (Sean Connery) and Peachy Carnehan (Michael Caine), two bored British soldiers stationed in India who travel to a mountainous Middle Eastern kingdom in search of riches and power. Embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, they con their way into becoming deities in Kafiristan before losing it all. The film earned four Oscar nominations.


Peeper  1975  2.6 ★ 87 mins Comedy Rated: PG
Wealthy Anglich (Michael Constantine) hires private eye Tucker (Michael Caine) to find his missing daughter in this noir spoof. The trail leads Tucker to the quirky Prendergast family, and he suspects that one of the female members -- either Ellen (Natalie Wood) or Mianne (Kitty Winn) -- is the lost girl. Now, he must use all his deductive powers to determine which Prendergast is really an Anglich. Timothy Carey and Thayer David co-star.


Water  1985  3.1 ★ 98 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
Baxter Thwaites is the laissez-faire chief politico of a largely forgotten backwater British isle in the Caribbean. But the fortunes of the governor (and his colony) change when oil explorers accidentally tap into a rich vein of mineral water.


The Last Valley  1970  3.0 ★ 125 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Omar Sharif and Michael Caine star in this historical drama set in a peaceful valley -- one of only a handful of locations in Germany to remain unspoiled by the carnage of the Thirty Years War. Vogel (Sharif), a former teacher, seeks refuge in the quiet enclave, while the Captain (Caine) arrives with a band of mercenaries, planning to exploit the valley for his own uses -- until Vogel steps in and arranges a truce.


The Dark Knight: Bonus Material  2008  3.7 ★ Action & Adventure
The Bonus Material for The Dark Knight includes the featurettes Batman Tech, the gadgets and tools of The Dark Knight, Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of The Dark Knight, Gothan Tonight - 6 episodes of Gotham's Premiere News Program and concept galleries for poster art, production stills, trailers and TV spots.


Inception Nominated For/Won Awards 2010  4.0 ★ 148 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG-13
In this mindbending sci-fi thriller, Dom Cobb runs an espionage business built around entering the subconscious of his targets to steal their thoughts. A new, complex job promises great rewards, but Cobb's personal demons threaten the operation.


The Golden Gong  1985  3.0 ★ 76 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
After producing a series of film shorts, J. Arthur Rank went on to become Britain's first movie mogul by establishing the legendary Pinewood Studios. Narrated by Michael Caine, The Golden Gong chronicles Pinewood's rise to success through film clips (Caesar and Cleopatra, Brief Encounter, The Red Shoes, The League of Gentlemen and Oliver Twist) and interviews with Dirk Bogarde, Richard Attenborough, Christopher Reeve, Joan Collins and others.


World War II: When Lions Roared (Part 2)  1994 Drama Rated: NR

World War II: When Lions Roared (Part 1)  1994 Drama Rated: NR

The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In  1968  3.3 ★ 240 mins Television
Rowan and Martin's "Laugh-In," an innovative television show from the late 1960s, popularized a style of rapid-fire sketch comedy where skits, punch lines and gags are edited together in a fast-moving and almost random format. The laughs keep on rolling as the two hosts bring on a variety of special guests including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Arte Johnson, Henry Gibson and many others. The six episodes in this set span the years 1968-1970.


Ashanti  1979  2.7 ★ 110 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
A Middle Eastern slave trader (Peter Ustinov) abducts a World Health Organization doctor's wife in this action-packed adventure. Desperate to find his missing spouse, Anansa (Beverly Johnson), Dr. David Linderby (Michael Caine) teams with a soldier of fortune (Rex Harrison), a pilot (William Holden) and a nomad (Kabir Bedi) for a treacherous rescue mission. Omar Sharif co-stars as the sheik who purchases Anansa from her kidnapper.


Blue Ice  1992  2.9 ★ 105 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Retired spy Harry Anders (Michael Caine) is lured back into the dangerous milieu in which he once operated when he falls in love with the beautiful wife (Sean Young) of an ambassador. When she asks him to help her lose a persistent ex-lover, Anders agrees to a simple blackmail scheme. But the best-laid plans are laid waste when blackmail becomes murder, and all is not what it seems. Just who is double-crossing who? Russell Mulcahy directs.


20,000 Leagues Under the Sea  1997  3.0 ★ 178 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this absorbing adaptation of Jules Verne's immortal novel, a mysterious creature is inexplicably destroying vessels at sea, so marine specialist Pierre Arronax (Patrick Dempsey) and whaler Ned Land (Bryan Brown) set out to discover the truth about the "monster" of the deep. They soon find themselves aboard the revolutionary submarine of reclusive Capt. Nemo (Michael Caine) -- and on a risky voyage to the ocean's depths.


Around the Bend  2004  3.4 ★ 85 mins Drama Rated: R
Four generations of men are suddenly brought together by the chance to uncover the truth about their family's past. When their eldest member passes away, the remaining trio embarks on a journey that takes them out on the road and into a world full of surprises -- some comic, some dramatic, and all of them personal. Stars Michael Caine, Christopher Walken, Josh Lucas, Glenne Headly and Jonah Bobo.


Quicksand  2001  3.0 ★ 90 mins Thrillers Rated: R
New York banker Martin flies to France for some much-needed insight on a feature film that his bank is funding. On the set, he meets a woman who is the bank's main liaison (but who seems to have her own agenda). As Martin begins to investigate the film's tangled finances, certain investors set him up to take the fall in the assassination of an important government official. Stars Judith Godreche, Michael Keaton and Michael Caine.


A Bridge Too Far Nominated For/Won Awards 1977  3.7 ★ 176 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Featuring intense battle sequences and a cast of thousands, this wartime drama details a pivotal day in 1944 when an Allied task force tried -- and failed -- to win World War II by seizing control of key bridges in Holland.


The Holcroft Covenant  1985  2.9 ★ 112 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Noel Holcroft (Michael Caine), a German native adopted by American parents, learns that his biological father was one of Adolf Hitler's financial advisers in director John Frankenheimer's intriguing adaptation of Robert Ludlum's novel. Noel's father leaves him a fortune, with instructions to distribute it to Holocaust survivors. But as Noel carries out his mission, he comes to realize that fascists are using the money to start a new regime.


The Wilby Conspiracy  1975  3.3 ★ 106 mins Thrillers Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025 
Inspired by writer Peter Driscoll's novel about apartheid in South Africa, The Wilby Conspiracy follows the attempts of two men, British engineer Jim Koegh (Michael Caine) and activist Shack Twala (Sidney Poitier), to escape from the police, led by the menacing Major Horn (Nicol Williamson). Their only connection is Jim's girlfriend (Prunella Gee), a lawyer who defended Shack against charges of racial agitation.


Secondhand Lions: Bonus Material  2003  4.0 ★ 107 mins Drama Rated: NR
The bonus material for this film -- about a timid teenager's exploration of the mysteries and dangerous past lives of his rich, eccentric great-uncles -- is located on the second side of the disc. You'll find deleted/alternate scenes (with optional commentary), three featurettes, visual effects comparisons, TV spots, a trailer, Easter Eggs and more. The first side includes the full-screen version of the film.


William Tell: Disc 1  1958 250 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Unwelcome Stranger," "Secret Death," "The Lost Letter," "The Suspect," "The Bandit," "Secret Weapon," "The Cuckoo," "The Elixir," "Landslide" and "The Golden Wheel."


Jaws: The Revenge  1987  3.1 ★ 91 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13
After another deadly shark attack, Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary) decides she has had enough of New England's Amity Island and moves to the Caribbean to join her son, Michael (Lance Guest), and his family. But a great white shark has followed her there, hungry for more lives. Michael Caine, Karen Young and Mario Van Peebles co-star; Joseph Sargent directs this third sequel to Steven Spielberg's original Jaws.


William Tell: Disc 2  1958 250 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Master Spy," "The Hostages," "The Magic Powder," "Gessler's Daughter," "The Manhunt," "The Prisoner," "The Assassins," "The Emperor's Hat," "The Spider" and "The Surgeon."


William Tell: Disc 3  1958 250 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Trap," "The Young Widow," "Voice In the Night," "The Bear," "The Avenger," "The Shrew," "The Killer," "The Traitor," "The Gauntlet of St. Gerhard" and "The Baroness."


Noises Off!  1992  3.6 ★ 89 mins Comedies Rated: PG-13
Theater director Lloyd Fellowes, a washed-up star, a vacant leading man, a blond bombshell. It seems like a smash hit until the backstage drama threatens to eclipse what's happening in front of the curtain.


On Deadly Ground Nominated For/Won Awards 1994  3.1 ★ 101 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
Government agent Forrest Taft (Steven Seagal) has uncovered gross environmental misconduct in Alaska, where a huge oil company helmed by a wicked CEO (Michael Caine) is strangling Mother Nature. But when Taft threatens to go public with the information, he's attacked and left to die in the rugged wilderness -- where he's eventually rescued by a tribe of benevolent Eskimos. Seagal also directs this environmentally conscious action-adventure.


Quills  2000  3.5 ★ 124 mins Drama Rated: R
The Marquis de Sade was a provocateur so addicted to words that he used his own blood to write salacious stories while locked away in an asylum. A doctor tries to prevent the Marquis from writing, but a worker is lured into taking his dictation.


Deathtrap Nominated For/Won Awards 1982  3.5 ★ 116 mins Thrillers Rated: PG
Sidney Lumet directs this twisting adaptation of Ira Levin's play about older, washed-up playwright Sidney (Michael Caine), who arranges to meet with younger writer Clifford (Christopher Reeve) at Sidney's remote cabin to discuss Clifford's first attempt at authoring a play. Sidney clearly covets the play, which casts doubt as to whether Clifford will leave the cabin alive. Dyan Cannon plays Sidney's ailing wife.


Billion Dollar Brain  1967  3.0 ★ 108 mins Thrillers Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
In this final installment of the Harry Palmer spy trilogy, Palmer (Michael Caine) has left the espionage game to work as a private eye but is pressed back into service when an American general (Ed Begley) tries to foment an uprising in the Soviet Union. Tasked with thwarting the lunatic general -- who's using a supercomputer to carry out his sinister plan -- Palmer must join forces with his former Russian foil (Oskar Homolka).


Funeral in Berlin  1966  3.4 ★ 102 mins Action & Adventure Rated: UR
Michael Caine repeats the lead role in this second installment of the Harry Palmer series, the follow-up to The Ipcress File. Unwillingly serving as a spy for Her Majesty (the alternative to a long jail sentence), Palmer is sent to East Berlin to extricate a Russian general who wants to defect. His plan is to stage a phony funeral and transport the general out of Berlin in a coffin. Can he pull it off?


World War II: When Lions Roared: Disc 1  1994 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc contains Part I.


Little Voice Nominated For/Won Awards 1998  3.4 ★ 96 mins Drama Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025   
A telephone repairman and a music promoter play second fiddle to Little Voice, a young woman whose beautiful pipes could pack a thousand cabarets. Trouble is, she can only sing along to records in her room.


World War II: When Lions Roared: Disc 2  1994 93 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc contains Part II.


Deadfall  1968  2.8 ★ 120 mins Classic Movies Rated: R
Recovering alcoholic and thief Henry Clarke (Michael Caine) finds himself drawn into a dangerous world when he joins forces with an unusual married couple in this classic suspense thriller. Henry meets Fe Moreau (Giovanna Ralli) and soon discovers she and her openly gay husband, Richard (Eric Portman), have an unconventional marital arrangement. As Henry embarks on an affair with Fe, the threesome start planning a jewel heist together.


A Shock to the System  1990  3.5 ★ 93 mins Comedy Rated: R
A no-nonsense advertising executive plots a series of murders (his wife and new boss among them) when he's passed over for a promotion. Fueled by his apparent omnipotence, he maniacally (and comically) reaches for the top.


The Dark Knight: Bonus Material  2008  3.7 ★ 60 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
The Bonus Material for The Dark Knight includes the featurettes Batman Tech, the gadgets and tools of The Dark Knight, Batman Unmasked: The Psychology of The Dark Knight, Gothan Tonight - 6 episodes of Gotham's Premiere News Program and concept galleries for poster art, production stills, trailers and TV spots.


The Whistle Blower  1987  3.2 ★ 104 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025
Frank Jones (Michael Caine) is a distinguished army veteran; his son, Robert (Nigel Havers), is a talented linguist who translates wiretapped Russian phone conversations for the British government. But when his mysterious death is called an accident, Frank begins to investigate. What he finds leads him into the depths of the intelligence community and to sinister, covert dealings at the highest level -- and the information could get him killed.


X, Y and Zee Nominated For/Won Awards 1972  3.0 ★ 110 mins Classic Movies Rated: PG
The verbal game-playing is so intense in the marriage of Zee and Robert Blakeley that Robert seeks respite with simple country girl Stella. But the affair is too much for Zee, even in the swinging post-1960s London social scene they inhabit.


Shadow Run  1998  2.3 ★ 92 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Michael Caine stars in this slick action thriller as a criminal mastermind known only as Haskell. When a perfectly planned armored truck carjacking goes awry, Haskell begins to suspect he's been set up by the people he works for. James Fox plays the nefarious Landon-Higgins. Matthew Pochin, Kenneth Colley and Christopher Cazenove also co-star in this crime caper from director Geoffrey Reeve (Caravan to Vaccares).


Sweet Liberty  1986  3.0 ★ 106 mins Comedies Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025
In this lighthearted comedy, the life of history professor Michael Burgess gets upended when a film crew invades his town to turn his scholarly bestseller about the American Revolution into a silver-screen saga of lust, duplicity and intrigue.


The Bulldog Breed  1960  2.5 ★ 94 mins Comedy Rated: NR
After a few failed suicide attempts, lovelorn assistant grocer Norman Puckle (Norman Wisdom) joins the British Navy, where -- despite his bumbling behavior -- he is chosen to be the test subject for the first manned rocket to outer space. Popular British comedian Wisdom shines in this 1960 star vehicle, which also stars Ian Hunter as Admiral Blyth. Watch for a brief scene with Michael Caine and Oliver Reed in their only on-screen pairing.


The Dark Knight: Bonus Material  2008  3.6 ★ 60 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
The bonus material for The Dark Knight includes the featurettes Gotham Uncovered: Creation of a Scene with Chris Nolan and his team, The 6 Dark Knight IMAX Scenes in their original IMAX framing, Gotham Tonight - 6 episodes of Gotham's Premier News Program and concept galleries for poster art, production stills and trailers.


Now You See Me  2013  3.7 ★ 116 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13
Brainy magicians Atlas and Henley lead a troupe of illusionists who specialize in robbing from the rich, in the form of banks, and giving to the poor, their audiences, all while trying to outwit a team of FBI agents determined to bring them down.


Get Carter Nominated For/Won Awards 1971  3.3 ★ 112 mins Thrillers Rated: R
Bent on revenge after learning his brother died under mysterious circumstances, London gangster Jack Carter (Michael Caine) heads to his hometown of Newcastle, England, where he tangles with the local mob boss, a porn star and other colorful characters. Mike Hodges (Croupier, Flash Gordon) directs this classic action-thriller that depicts the grim realities of a brutal criminal world where innocence no longer exists.


The Prestige  2006  3.9 ★ 130 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
Desperate to reveal each other's secrets, rival magicians Robert Angier and Alfred Borden become obsessed with their escalating competition and begin to perform increasingly risky tricks -- which soon turn deadly.


Blame It on Rio  1984  3.1 ★ 100 mins Comedies Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025 
When longtime friends Matthew Hollis and Victor Lyons arrive in Rio de Janeiro with their teenage daughters in tow, the exotic city soon casts its spell on Matthew, who finds himself swept up in a web of guilt, lies and sexual escapades.


Too Late the Hero  1970  3.0 ★ 133 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
As World War II rages on in Europe, a reluctant squad of British soldiers stationed in the Pacific theater find themselves tasked with destroying a Japanese radio base behind enemy lines. Michael Caine and Cliff Robertson co-star in this military drama penned by director Robert Aldrich and Lukas Heller, a screenwriter whose credits include What Ever Happened to Baby Jane (1962), Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964) and The Dirty Dozen (19...


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2  1968  3.4 ★ 272 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Although very much of its time (the late 1960s), "Laugh-In" easily bucks modern comedy trends and remains a timeless wonder -- one that heavily influenced comedy shows that followed in its wake. Includes two full-length episodes (spanning the years 1968-71) from the vintage television comedy series.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In: Disc 1  1968 80 mins Television
This disc includes Show #3 (originally aired Feb. 5, 1968) and the Emmy award-winning Show #9 (originally aired Mar. 25, 1968). Guest stars include Goldie Hawn, Tiny Tim, Cher, Tim Conway, Flip Wilson, Sammy Davis Jr., Arte Johnson, Joey Bishop and more.


Alfie Nominated For/Won Awards 1966  3.2 ★ 113 mins Classics Rated: PG
English playboy Alfie (Michael Caine) is a charming Don Juan in the free-spirited 1960s with an insatiable appetite for women. He lives for sex and steers clear of emotional attachments, taking up with one "bird" after another. But his carefree days are over when he impregnates multiple women … and discovers one of them is married. This Golden Globe-winning comedy boasts a cool jazz score that's as smooth as the title character.


California Suite Nominated For/Won Awards 1978  3.0 ★ 103 mins Comedies Rated: PG
A quartet of intertwining vignettes chronicles the misadventures of four sets of guests who converge on a posh Beverly Hills hotel on the eve of the Academy Awards. Neil Simon's episodic script profiles a divorced couple in a bitter custody fight; an Academy Award-nominated English actress in town for the Oscars with her gay hubby; a pair of dueling docs; and a man feverishly attempting to explain to his wife when she finds a chippy in his bed.


World War II: When Lions Roared (Part 2)  1994 Drama Rated: NR

Woman Times Seven Nominated For/Won Awards 1967  2.9 ★ 108 mins Comedies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Shirley MacLaine earned a Golden Globe nod for her performance in this set of seven comedic tales about adultery, playing an errant widow at her spouse's funeral and a woman who turns to prostitution to take revenge on a straying mate, among others.


Hurry Sundown  1967  3.5 ★ 142 mins Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In 1940s Georgia, a racist landowner sets out to steal valuable property from a pair of hard-working sharecroppers, one white and one black, prompting the Ku Klux Klan to meddle in both men's affairs.


Michael Caine: Acting in Film  1989  3.5 ★ 60 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
In this installment of the "Actor's Take on Movie Making" series, film star Michael Caine shares trade secrets about character development; script preparation; voice, sound and movement; working with directors; and the politics of moviemaking. The star of acclaimed films such as Alfie, The Cider House Rules and The Quiet American offers advice to aspiring actors to help them succeed in the competitive entertainment business.


The Quiet American  2002  3.4 ★ 101 mins Drama Rated: R  starting 01-Jun-2015   
Based on the novel by Graham Greene, this murder mystery centers on a love triangle set against the French Indochina War in 1952 Vietnam -- a world suffused with opium, intrigue and betrayal. A British reporter, Fowler (Michael Caine, in an Oscar-nominated performance), falls in love with a young Vietnamese woman, Phuong (Do Thi Hai Yen), and is dismayed when an American (Brendan Fraser) also begins vying for her attention.


Harry Brown  2009  3.5 ★ 103 mins Thrillers Rated: R
When a crew of drug-dealing gang members takes the life of his only friend, a retired Marine and widower decides to take the law into his own hands -- but his old-school training might be overmatched.


Sweet Liberty  1986  3.0 ★ 106 mins Comedy Rated: PG
In this lighthearted comedy, the life of history professor Michael Burgess gets upended when a film crew invades his town to turn his scholarly bestseller about the American Revolution into a silver-screen saga of lust, duplicity and intrigue.


Gnomeo and Juliet  2011  3.8 ★ 84 mins Children & Family Rated: G
This animated family comedy transports Shakespeare's classic tale of forbidden romance between two star-crossed lovers from warring families to the unlikely and irreverent world of garden gnomes.


The Wrong Arm of the Law  1962  2.9 ★ 90 mins Comedies Rated: NR
A new gang has moved into London, posing as police officers and robbing the crooks. Afraid this might upset the natural balance between cops and robbers, criminal mastermind Pearly Gates (Peter Sellers) teams with Police Inspector Parker (Lionel Jeffries) to stop the tricksters. Bernard Cribbins and Nanette Newman co-star in director Cliff Owen's hilarious crime spoof.


Play Dirty  1968  3.3 ★ 117 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG  until 01-Jan-2025 
Tasked with leading a band of dangerous mercenaries into the African desert to destroy German fuel reserves during World War II, inexperienced British army Capt. Douglas (Michael Caine) must contend with a cantankerous veteran colonel (Nigel Green), an argumentative ex-convict (Nigel Davenport) and a traitorous brigadier (Harry Andrews). Directed by André De Toth, this action-packed war drama co-stars Daniel Pilon and Patrick Jordan.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In  1968  3.3 ★ 240 mins TV Shows
Rowan and Martin's "Laugh-In," an innovative television show from the late 1960s, popularized a style of rapid-fire sketch comedy where skits, punch lines and gags are edited together in a fast-moving and almost random format. The laughs keep on rolling as the two hosts bring on a variety of special guests including Lily Tomlin, Goldie Hawn, Arte Johnson, Henry Gibson and many others. The six episodes in this set span the years 1968-1970.


Get Carter Nominated For/Won Awards 2000  3.2 ★ 102 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R
When his brother is killed in an accident, cold-blooded gun for hire Jack Carter (Sylvester Stallone) returns home to make peace with his past. But when evidence of foul play surfaces, Carter's mission becomes one of retribution rather than redemption. Miranda Richardson, Rachel Leigh Cook, Mickey Rourke and Michael Caine (who starred in the original production) lead the supporting cast in this remake of the classic 1971 crime thriller.


The Dark Knight Rises  2012  4.1 ★ 165 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
Still grief-stricken over past losses, billionaire Bruce Wayne is conflicted about once again donning the cape of his lethal alter ego, Batman, but defends Gotham when it's threatened by new foes such as the slinky Catwoman and the sinister Bane.


The Wrong Arm of the Law  1962  3.0 ★ 90 mins Comedy Rated: NR
A new gang has moved into London, posing as police officers and robbing the crooks. Afraid this might upset the natural balance between cops and robbers, criminal mastermind Pearly Gates (Peter Sellers) teams with Police Inspector Parker (Lionel Jeffries) to stop the tricksters. Bernard Cribbins and Nanette Newman co-star in director Cliff Owen's hilarious crime spoof.


Batman Begins: Bonus Material  2005  3.7 ★ 120 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG-13
This companion disc to Christopher Nolan's take on the Caped Crusader includes featurettes covering Batman history, creative concepts and story development, production design, costumes, vehicles, filming locations, special effects and more, as well as DVD-ROM features and a still gallery.


The Best of Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In 2: Disc 2  1968 90 mins Television
This disc includes episodes 64 (March 2, 1970) and 65 (March 9, 1970).

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