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    The Landlord (1970)

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    The Landlord (1970)

    At the age of twenty-nine, Elgar Enders “runs away” from home. This running away consists of buying a building in a black ghetto in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn. Initially his intention is to evict the black tenants and convert it into a posh flat. But Elgar is not one to be bound by yesterday’s urges, and soon he has other thoughts on his mind.

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    Don't Fade Away (2010)

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    Don’t Fade Away (2010)

    Life was easy for Jackson White. With looks, brains, and athletic ability,the world’s possibilities seemed limitless. But, when he came to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the music industry, he was so seduced by money and status that he lost track of who he was. Now, with both his personal and professional lives on the edge of ruin, he’s been called home to care for his dying father. While in North Carolina, he’ll have to confront the friends he lost track of and the girl he never met.

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    Smile (2005)

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    Smile (2005)

    Introduced to a volunteer opportunity with the Doctor’s Gift Program, Katie (Mika Boorem) signs up for a trip to China, where she meets Lin (Yi Ding), a girl with whom she shares a birthday. Lin has a facial deformity that discourages her from ever showing her face, but her friendship with Katie helps her start to see life in a new way.

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    Village of the Giants (1965)

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    Village of the Giants (1965)

    “Genius” accidentally invents “goo” which causes living things to rapidly grow to an enormous size. Seeing an opportunity to get rich, some delinquent teenagers steal the “goo” and, as a result of a sophomoric dare, consume it themselves and become thirty feet tall. They then take over control of the town by kidnapping the sheriff’s daughter and dancing suggestively.

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    Spinning Into Butter (2007)

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    Spinning Into Butter (2007)

    A hate crime on the campus of a New England college puts the school’s dean (Parker) in a position where she has to examine her own feelings about race and prejudice, while maintaining her administration’s politically correct policies.

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    United States

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    United States

    United States is a short-lived half-hour comedy-drama that NBC added to its Tuesday primetime schedule in March 1980.

    Larry Gelbart, the show’s executive producer and chief writer, said the name United States was not a reference to the country but rather to “the state of being united in a relationship”. Gelbart envisioned a series that would be “a situation comedy based on the real things that happen in my marriage and in the marriages of my friends”.

    Episodes tackled such topics as marital infidelity, household debt, friends who drink too much, death within the family, and sexual misunderstandings.

    United States focused on Richard and Libby Chapin, an upwardly mobile couple who lived in a Los Angeles suburb. Beau Bridges played Richard, and Helen Shaver played Libby. Gelbart reverted to black-and-white script for the show’s titles. He said that was to convey the mood of “a sophisticated ’30s film.” Gelbart also avoided use of background music and a laugh track. Scripts featured dialogue such as, “Just for once I’d like to be treated like a friend instead of a husband,” and “Maybe you and Bob can go out and get yourselves one redhead with two straws.”

    United States premiered at 10:30 p.m. on March 11, 1980. NBC pulled it from the schedule within two months, after only six of 13 episodes had aired. The remaining episodes were not broadcast until 1986, when the A&E cable channel aired United States.

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    The Millers

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    The Millers

    A divorced reporter, looking forward to the single life, finds his parents’ marital problems derail his plans.

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    Americanizing Shelley (2007)

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    Americanizing Shelley (2007)

    A wannabe Hollywood player sets out to Americanize an Indian girl from the Himalayas.

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    The Hotel New Hampshire (1984)

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    The Hotel New Hampshire (1984)

    The film talks about a family that weathers all sorts of disasters and keeps going in spite of it all. It is noted for its wonderful assortment of oddball characters.

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    Witness for the Prosecution

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    Witness for the Prosecution

    Sir Wilfred Robarts, a famed barrister is released from the hospital, where he stayed for two months following his heart attack. Returning to the practise of his lawyer skills, he takes the case of Leonard Vole, an unemployed man who is accused of murdering an elderly lady friend of his, Mrs. Emily French. While Leonard Vole claims he’s innocent, although all evidence points to him as the killer, his alibi witness, his cold German wife Christine, instead of entering the court as a witness for the defense, she becomes the witness for the prosecution and strongly claims her husband is guilty of the murder.

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