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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Down to Earth (2001)
Lance Barton is a struggling comedian with one mission on his mind: landing a slot at the final Amateur Night Contest at the famed Apollo Theatre. Lance has one little problem though - he ain't that funny. However, an inept emissary from heaven is about to hit him with a much bigger problem when he mistakenly plucks Lance from a traffic accident - before it takes place. Since, by heavenly rule, no man gets into heaven before his time, and the choice of returning to his own body on Earth is impossible, Lance reluctantly agrees to occupy the body of a wealthy old white mogul, Charles Wellington, until a more suitable body can be found. Living in the body of a callous old white man would be bizarre enough for Lance without falling in love with Sontee, the beautiful woman publicly battling Wellington's company, while having to defend himself against Wellington's cheating wife and her plot to have him killed.
2.
Center of the World, The (2001)
Millionare Richard Longman is a San Francisco computer wizard in his early twenties whose immersion in the world of computers has left him unaccustomed to the world outside his door. With the recent loss of his father and his growing disinterest in the all-consuming pursuit of IPO glory, Richard has
3.
Storytelling (2001)
Two stories set in two eras against the comical terrain of college and high school, past and present--exploring issues of sex, race, celebrity and exploitation. The first story: On a college campus in the mid-80s, a white female writing student has an emotional experience with her black, male writin
4.
Bamboozled (2000)
A black writer for a fledgling network hungry for a hit delivers a script for a modern-day minstrel show, which becomes a hit.
5.
Bossa Nova (2000)
Widowed English teacher Mary Ann Simpson moves to Rio de Janeiro, where she meets a number of similarly confused people and finds unexpected romance with Pedro Paulo, a suave and divorced lawyer.
6.
Down to You (2000)
Al and Imogen meet at college in New York City and discover that first love is bittersweet, as they struggle to make their relationship work amid all the distractions of college and big city life.
7.
Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)
A mockumentary sequel to the saga of three documentary filmmakers who mysteriously disappear in the Maryland woods while trying to verify tales of horrible deeds and sinister occurrences in the area. The story delves deeper into the legend of the infamous Blair Witch and the unspeakable evil wrought
8.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000)
A convict escapes a chain gang to stop his wife from remarrying.
9.
Original Kings of Comedy, The (2000)
A selection of concert highlights from two nights of the long-running "Original Kings of Comedy" tour, featuring the talents of Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer, D.L. Hughley and Bernie Mac, and including behind-the-scenes footage.
10.
Gossip (2000)
Rich-kid Derrick shares his trendy Manhattan loft with fellow college students Cathy and Travis. When Derrick sarcastically defends gossip as the basis of history and religion in his communications class, his professor heartily disagrees. As a result, Derrick and Cathy decide to spread a rumor as a
11.
Shaft (2000)
When spoiled college kid Walter Wade kills a young black student, John Shaft makes the arrest. Walter skips bail and flees the country, and after two years of waiting, Shaft hauls him back into custody as Walter secretly returns to the States. But when Walter's wealthy father posts bail once again, Walter is back on the streets and looking to put Shaft in a body bag. So are two of Shaft's corrupt colleagues, Jack Roselli and Jimmy Grovitch, as well as a Dominican drug lord, Peoples Hernandez, who wants revenge on Shaft for humiliating him in the neighborhood he rules. For backup, Shaft has only his two closest pals: Carmen, a colleague on the police force; and his streetwise confidant, Rasaan. Meanwhile, Shaft has to track down the one murder witness, Diane Palmieri, who can put all of his enemies away for good even as the toughest killers in the city close in on him.
12.
Isn't She Great (2000)
Before Jacqueline Susann published her best-selling novel "Valley of the Dolls," she was deteremined to find her place in the spotlight. When a friend told her that "talent wasn't everything" she embarked on a quest to find someone to promote her. She found Irving Mansfield, a manager and publicist
13.
Gloria (1999)
A former gun-moll becomes the reluctant guardian of a young boy who has become the target of a mob hit after witnessing the murder of his parents. Gloria has just been released from a prison term served to protect her ex-lover, but when she returns to New York she discovers that boyfriend Kevin does
14.
Analyze This (1999)
Paul Vitti, New York gang boss, is suffering from anxiety attacks. Embarrassed by this un-Mafia problem, he seeks help from a psychiatrist, Ben Sobel. Sobel isn't keen to help him, but is persuaded. Vitti's problems threaten to postpone Sobel's wedding in Miami, and worse, there is a Mob conference coming up that Vitti may not be in strong enough psychological shape to attend.
15.
Man on the Moon (1999)
The story of Andy Kaufman, the comic genius who knew no boundaries.
16.
Deep End of the Ocean, The (1999)
Beth Cappadora is like most mothers--loving, devoted and occasionally overwhelmed by the demands of caring for her family and maintaining a successful career as a photographer. With her small three children in tow, she arrives at a hotel for her 15th high school reunion weekend. In the middle of the
17.
Best Man, The (1999)
Harper Stewart, a commitment-shy writer and the best man at the wedding of Lance and Mia, is nervous--and with good reason. His steamy new novel hits bookstores soon, and when his friends finally read it he knows they will notice more than just a passing resemblance to the characters depicted in the
18.
Earthly Possessions (1999)
Charlotte Emery, a sheltered homemaker, is disillusioned with marriage and intent on leaving her husband. Standing in line to withdraw all the money in her bank account to finance her departure, she is suddenly taken hostage at gunpoint by Jake, a nervous young bank robber.
19.
Cradle Will Rock (1999)
The story of the staging of Marc Blitzstein's 1937 musical "The Cradle Will Rock", which the government placed an injunction against. The actors led the audience through New York to another venue and acted in the auditorium without props or costumes, just one action during the charged Depression-era
20.
Life (1999)
In 1930s Harlem, fast talking hustler Ray scams straightlaced Claude into traveling south together to pick up some moonshine and make some quick cash. Instead, they are arrested for a murder actually committed by a corrupt local sheriff, and sentenced to life in prison in Mississippi. Over the years, the pair form a bond, despite being very different and frequently fighting. They scheme to escape, and keep hoping for justice.
21.
Price Above Rubies, A (1998)
About a woman feeling the pressures of religion and devotion from her devout Jewish husband and family.
22.
Big Lebowski, The (1998)
A laid-back Los Angeles bowler named Jeff Lebowski, nicknamed "The Dude", is beaten up by thugs who let him know that his wife owes money to Jackie Treehorn. One problem remains; The Dude has never been married and has never heard of Jackie Treehorn. Realizing the situation is a case of mistaken ide
23.
He Got Game (1998)
A man convicted of murdering his wife is offered a chance to have his sentence lessened if he can persuade his heavily-recruited basketball star son to sign with a local college.
24.
Madeline (1998)
The indomitable Madeline and her 11 friends live at a school run by Miss Clavel in an old house in Paris. The smallest of all the girls, Madeline is also the most adventurous. She loses her appendix but gains an awesome scar, falls into the Seine only to be rescued by a dog whom the girls later adop
25.
Year of the Horse, The (1997)
Concert documentary on rock performer Neil Young and "Crazy Horse" with backstage interviews conducted from 1976 through 1996.
26.
Addicted to Love (1997)
A romantic comedy about two people who simply cannot get over the loss of their respective lovers. When they discover that the mates who have abandoned them are now blissfully snuggled up together, these two totally dissimilar people launch a diabolical plan of revenge...
27.
First Time Felon (1997)
Based on a "New York Times" article about a small-time criminal from Chicago who goes through the boot camp reform system. After he helps save a town during the 1993 Mississippi River floods in Illinois, he must face the reality of re-entering society as an ex-con.
28.
Spanish Prisoner, The (1997)
A man figures out a way to make his company millions. In order to make the plan work, he enlists the help of a friend, who turns out to be a con-man.
29.
In the Gloaming (1997)
When a young man returns home dying of AIDS, his parents lives are thrown into turmoil as they face his terminal illness. In the struggle to understand who their son really is, the mother forges a deep relationship with her son in the last months of his life and the father reaches out to the son he never really knew.
30.
Kundun (1997)
The Dalai Lama fights Chinese oppression while trying to lead his flock.
31.
Boxer, The (1997)
A once-promising Irish boxer returns to Belfast after serving fourteen years in prison for his IRA activities, and is discouraged to find the city filled with violence and hate. Determined to rise above the despair of his hometown, he returns to the ring and begins a successful comeback, while rekin
32.
In & Out (1997)
Howard Brackett's high school English students are astonished. Is it really true that their favorite high school teacher may be gay? But hey, he can't be gay; he's about to get married! Then again, he also teaches the drama class and boy, does he love those Barbra Streisand records... It all happene
33.
4 Little Girls (1997)
On a Birmingham Sunday morning, September 15, 1963, while attending Sunday school, four little girls were brutally murdered when a bomb ripped through the basement of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. Dead were Addie Mae Collins (14), Carole Denise McNair (11), Cynthia Wesley (14) and Carole Rosa
34.
Joe's Apartment (1996)
Fresh off the bus from Iowa, Joe is just trying to make it in New York, but he's got no job, he's got no girl and, worst of all, he's got no place to live. However, life's about to change for Joe. He finds an apartment--a slummy, squalid, seedy little box of a place, but it's a pad he can call his own... or so he thinks. It seems that not all of the apartment's former tenants have packed up and moved away. Joe discovers that he's living with 50,000 roommates, an army of six-legged "go-go-go" Joe supporters, a veritable nation of roaches, there to stand arm-in-arm-in-arm-in-arm-in-arm-in-arm with their guy Joe in his times of need--whether he likes it or not. And what's more, these roaches don't just think and talk... they dance and sing! They're around to teach Joe what life's really all about in the big city: sex, bugs and rock 'n' roll.
35.
Surviving Picasso (1996)
This is the story of a famous painter and of a young girl, Francoise, an aspiring painter. Their affair, which lasts 10 years, begins in 1943 during the German occupation of Paris. The painter is Picasso; he is in his 60s, and as wild and passionate as a youth. His path is littered with former mistresses and, while swearing eternal love to Francoise, he pays regular visits to the sensual, phlegmatic Marie-Therese, the brilliant Dora, also a painter, whose feelings for him have brought her to a nervous breakdown, and his Russian wife, Olga, a former dancer, whom he has driven to the point of actual madness. Francoise has to accept all these women and their offspring as part of her relationship with Picasso. Moreover, she has to accept his unpredictable moods, his outrageous sense of humor, his stinginess, his childish tyrannies, and his delight in making others submit to his whims. But when Picasso begins yet another new affair, Francoise realizes that, to save herself, she must leave him.
36.
Ransom (1996)
Tom Mullen is a wealthy corporate executive used to mediating tough business deals, and doing things his own way. Along with his beautiful wife Kate and son Sean, Tom has all the material trappings of success, including a Fifth Avenue penthouse, an enviable position in New York society and high media visibility. But when the thing he cherishes most--his young son--is abducted by desperate criminals and held for ransom, Tom's world of affluence and privilege comes crashing down. And after an FBI rescue operation fails, he engineers a dangerous countermeasure in a last chance effort to bring his boy back to safety. With his son's life hanging precariously in the balance, and his wife terrified by the shocking plan, Tom offers an appalling proposal, the response to which could easily result in the loss of his son forever.
37.
Multiplicity (1996)
Doug Kinney could use a miracle. A devoted husband, father and businessman, Doug is married to an adoring wife, and a demanding job, both of which leave him little time to enjoy either. With too much to do and not nearly enough time in which to do it in, Doug is ready to snap until he meets world-renowned geneticist Dr. Owen Leeds who offers him the chance to get control of his life by becoming the ultimate split personality and having himself cloned. If life was complicated with just one Doug, wait until he multiplies.
38.
Lone Star (1996)
The sheriff of a sleepy border town investigates his predecessor's murder.
39.
Beautiful Girls (1996)
During a snowy winter in the small fictional town of Knight's Ridge, Massachusetts, a group of lifelong buddies hang out, drink and struggle to connect with the women who affect their decisions, dreams and desires. Tommy "Birdman" Rowland and Kev, his sidekick, plow snow for a living. A former campus stud, Tommy continues to harbor feelings for his ex-girlfriend Darian, complicating his relationship with current lover Sharon. Paul Kirkwood lives with Birdman and also plows snow. Inexorably drawn to supermodels and the "ideal" woman, he refuses to commit to Jan, his girlfriend of seven years. Traveling from New York where he works the piano bar circuit, Willie Conway is at a crossroads in his life. Although he lives with sharp attorney Tracy Stover, Willie cannot commit to the relationship. In Knight's Ridge, he meets Marty, a 13 year-old "heartbreaker in training" and Andera, Stinky's cousin from Chicago, who compel Willie to reassess the value of his life and his relationship with Tracy.
40.
First Wives Club, The (1996)
Marriage has turned into a crash dive for Brenda Morelli Cushman, Elise Elliot Atchison and Annie MacDuggan Paradise. These three well-heeled Manhattanites were chums during their college days, but they all took different paths. Brenda married an electronics-emporium magnate, Elise became a film sta
41.
Fargo (1996)
Jerry Lundegaard is a car salesman in Minneapolis who has gotten himself into debt and is so desperate for money that he hires two thugs to kidnap his own wife. Jerry will collect the ransom from her wealthy father, paying the thugs a small portion and keeping the rest to satisfy his debts. The scheme collapses when the thugs shoot a state trooper and two innocent bystanders in rural Minnesota, drawing local Police Chief Marge Gunderson into her first homicide investigation. At first unaware that the homicides are connected to a Minneapolis kidnapping, Chief Gunderson draws closer to Jerry Lundegaard as his situation further unravels.
42.
People vs. Larry Flynt, The (1996)
Biopic about the controversial pornography publisher and how he became a defender of free speech.
43.
Marvin's Room (1996)
Years ago, the fiercely independent Lee took off for Ohio, while her older sister Bessie returned to the family's Florida home to look after their bedridden father Marvin and his lovably child-like sister Ruth. In Bessie's words, Marvin has been dying slowly for the past twenty years... just to make
44.
Get on the Bus (1996)
A group of black men deal with their differences during a bus ride to the Million Man March.
45.
Everyone Says I Love You (1996)
Woody Allen's 26th film is a celebration of an eccentric and very extended family living on New York's upper east side, exploring a broad spectrum of romantic entanglements as they fall in and out of love. Allen creates a world in which Yves St. Laurent mannequins come to life in store windows and d
46.
Kama Sutra (1996)
An epic tale of love and desire infused with all the pageantry, passion and vibrant color of 16th century India. Tara, a noble princess, and Maya, a palace servant girl, have been raised together as childhood friends and rivals. While Tara wears fine silks and jewels and learns the etiquette of the
47.
Basquiat (1996)
In 1981, Jean-Michel Basquiat catapulted from being an unknown nineteen-year-old graffiti writer to becoming one of the most successful, controversial, glamorous artists in the world. His shows were anticipated as the big events of the New York season, and his paintings were bought by the most power
48.
Girl 6 (1996)
Girl 6 is a young actress trying to make it in New York. When money and work are scarce, she becomes a phone sex operator to make ends meet, and embarks on a fantastic, roller-coaster journey of self-discovery. Originally seduced by the cash and free time the job provides, Girl 6 rapidly discovers t
49.
Clockers (1995)
The Dunham brothers grew up together in the same Brooklyn housing projects, yet they're as opposite as good is from evil. Victor Dunham has a family, works two jobs and leads a respectable life. His younger brother Strike, on the other hand, has an "office" bench with a panoramic view of the project
50.
Dead Man (1995)
William Blake, a young accountant lost in unfamiliar territory and caught in inextricable circumstances which leaves destiny beyond his control, travels the western frontier during the mid 19th century. Wounded and branded an outlaw, Blake flees the gunmen hired to hunt him down. Nobody, an outcast
51.
Sense and Sensibility (1995)
Jane Austen's classic tale of two sisters with different romantic notions.
52.
New Jersey Drive (1995)
The game is cars--taking them from the street for a hot thrill ride to the fence or the chop shop--and then living off the high until the next Mercedes or BMW rolls by. This is the only life that Jason Petty and his crew--Midget, P-Nut, Ronnie, Tiny and Ritchie--understand. And when police lieutenan
53.
Waiting to Exhale (1995)
The provocative story of four remarkable African-American women who journey through a modern labyrinth of husbands, lovers, jobs and makeovers.
54.
To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar (1995)
Noxeema Jackson, Vida Boheme, and Chi Chi Rodriguez are gonna show America a thing or two about being fabulous. Dressed to kill, with their Dynel tresses tossing in the breeze behind them, these three stars of New York's drag-queen beauty pageant circuit have hit the open road in a 1967 Cadillac con
55.
Vrooom, Vrooom, Vrooom (1994)
A witch grants a young loser two wishes--a motorcycle and a girlfriend--but he gets more than he bargained for.
56.
Crooklyn (1994)
A fictionalized autobiographical look at filmmaker Spike Lee's family during the 1970s, as told through the eyes of a 9-year-old girl.
57.
Little Buddha (1994)
The ancient story of Siddhartha, the prince of the Sakya clan whose own spiritual quest culminated in his attaining enlightenment, is interwoven with the contemporary tale of a blond American boy who is believed by Tibetan monks to be the reincarnation of an important lama.
58.
The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)
A corrupt executive tries to control his company by appointing a small-town boob to replace the president.
59.
I Like It Like That (1994)
A young Latino woman tries to escape the stereotypical role of wife and mother by taking a job at a record company after her wayward husband is arrested for looting during a blackout.
60.
Ref, The (1994)
A feuding couple is abducted by a thief after a robbery, and he is forced to play referee to their endless bickering.
61.
Life With Mikey (1993)
When an unsuccessful talent agent discovers a charismatic twelve year-old street urchin and lands her a lucrative commercial career, they develop a love/hate relationship.
62.
Sleepless In Seattle (1993)
A motherless boy uses a radio talk show to find a new wife for his father.
63.
The Pelican Brief (1993)
A law student stumbles on evidence behind the assassination of two Supreme Court justices.
64.
Short Cuts (1993)
Episodic narrative based on nine short stories and one poem by the late Raymond Carver, detailing the longings and thwarted lives of a disparate group of individuals in contemporary Southern California.
65.
M. Butterfly (1993)
The true story of the arrest of a French diplomat for leaking information to a Chinese opera singer he had an affair with for years, who was also a spy. The twist in the story is that the singer was actually a man who deceived the diplomat into thinking he was a woman.
66.
Brief History of Time, A (1992)
Based on Stephen Hawking's book "A Brief History of Time," film depicts Hawking's theories on the creation of the universe and examines some aspects of his courageous battle with Lou Gehrig's disease.
67.
Equinox (1992)
A struggling writer with a big secret attempts to intertwine the lives of two drastically different personalities.
68.
Bob Roberts (1992)
Story about the cultural hysteria surrounding a right-wing folk-singer-turned-politician who runs for the Senate in Pennsylvania. Ultimately, his campaign is tarnished by reports of corruption.
69.
Whispers in the Dark (1992)
A psychiatrist is treating a woman whom she unknowingly shares the same lover with. After a murder happens, the psychiatrist struggles with her love for the man and her morals.
70.
Malcolm X (1992)
The story of Malcom X, a black man who went from jail to leading a revolution.
71.
Juice (1992)
Four Harlem friends looking to gain power and respect commit an armed robbery, which goes completely wrong.
72.
Prelude to a Kiss (1992)
Peter falls for Rita upon first meeting her, and the two begin a whirlwind romance that quickly leads to marriage. But when another man kisses Rita on her wedding day, the two magically change souls, and Peter must track down the love of his life if he is ever to truly see her again.
73.
School Ties (1992)
A Jewish boy attending an elite prep school hides his religion until another student brings it into the open.
74.
Once Around (1991)
The happy lives of a middle class family are shaken up when the daughter marries a wealthy older man.
75.
Jungle Fever (1991)
The story of a romance between a young, married African-American architect from Harlem and an Italian-American woman from Bensonhurst, and the repercussions it has on their respective social circles.
76.
Shadows And Fog (1991)
A meek bookkeeper tries to save a runaway circus performer from a serial killer.
77.
Night on Earth (1991)
Five stories, each involving the relationship between a cab driver and his or her passenger, that take place simultaneously around the globe during the course of one night.
78.
Naked Lunch (1991)
A part-time exterminator and full-time drug addict longs to be a writer. Filled with disillusion and dissatisfaction, he murders his wife and escapes to the fantasy world of Interzone. There, in his altered state, surrounded by half-alien, half bug creatures and other oddities, he finds he can write
79.
Barton Fink (1991)
Set in 1941, the story focuses on a New York playwright who moves to a seedy L.A. hotel and suffers from writers' block after being recruited to write a wrestling movie for Wallace Beery.
80.
Regarding Henry (1991)
A lawyer who survives a shooting struggles, with the help of his family, to regain his memory and recover his speech and mobility.
81.
Mo' Better Blues (1990)
Story about a jazz musician who must make choices between his music and his romantic life.
82.
Mr. And Mrs. Bridge (1990)
Screen adaptation of Connell's two novels "Mrs. Bridge" and "Mr. Bridge," written in 1958 and 1968, that chronicle 40 years in the lives of a couple and their family in Kansas City, Missouri. Joanne Woodward was named Best Actress of 1990, and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala cited for best screenplay, by the N
83.
Miller's Crossing (1990)
Set in 1929, a political boss and his advisor have a parting of the ways when they both fall for the same woman, which eventually leads to citywide gang war.
84.
Quick Change (1990)
Three fed-up New Yorkers decide to rob a bank, but the getaway proves more eventful than they anticipated.
85.
Ghost (1990)
This is one of the most romantic films ever made. Ironically, most of the genuine love communicated between Sam (Patrick Swayze) and his wife Molly (Demi Moore) has to go through wacky psychic Oda Mae (Whoopi Goldberg). That's because Sam is a ghost and Oda Mae is the only person who can talk to him. Sam wants to warn Molly about the danger she is in from his killer Carl (Tony Goldwyn), but has to get the goods on him first. This is the film that reminds you never to take love for granted and how much fun pottery can be.
86.
Do the Right Thing (1989)
Racial tensions erupt when a Brooklyn pizza owner refuses to include black celebrities in his display of famous fans.
87.
Me and Him (1989)
88.
Things Change (1988)
A fable about a shoeshine man who is pressured into taking the rap for a murder he did not commit. Prior to going off to prison he is befriended by a member of the mafia and taken on a last fling in Las Vegas.
89.
Dead Ringers (1988)
Psychological drama loosely based on a true story about twin gynecologists who become involved with a famous actress, and develop a serious drug addiction.
90.
School Daze (1988)
Homecoming at a southern college.
91.
Thin Blue Line, The (1988)
Using interviews and re-enactments, the film examines the 1976 murder of a Dallas policeman, and the wrongful conviction of one of the two men implicated in the killing.
92.
House of Games (1987)
A psychologist tries to help a client clear up a gambling debt. However, when she goes to visit the debtor, he gets her involved in reading body language for his advantage.

Misc. Crew (special)

93.
Broadway '99: Launching the Tony Awards (1999) as Title Sequence
Backstage interviews and highlights from the Broadway season's hits. Also features the first hour of the American Theatre Wing's 53rd annual Antoinette Perry "Tony" Awards and the live presentation of 10 awards, including Best Direction of a Play and Musical, Choreography, Original Score, Book of a
94.
Broadway 98: Launching the Tony Awards (1998) as Animation ("Flying Tony")
A look back at the highlights of the 1997-98 season, with scenes from Broadway productions and interviews with the actors and artists who create theatre. Also includes coverage of celebrities arriving at Radio City Music Hall and live coverage of the first hour of the ceremony, including the present
95.
Way West, The (1995) as Maps
A documentary exploring the history of the American West from the time of the Gold Rush until shortly after the last of the Indian Wars at Wounded Knee (1845 - 1893).
96.
Oprah: Behind the Scenes (1992) as Opening Titles
A special with Oprah Winfrey, featuring a behind-the-scenes look at Goldie Hawn, Meryl Streep and Dustin Hoffman on their film sets, and Michael Bolton on his concert tour.
97.
Donner Party, The (1992) as Map Animation
A documentary recounting the plight of the people trapped in the Sierra Nevadas in the winter of 1846 on the infamous trek to California by the Donner and Reed families.

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