(1963) An ex-GI builds a chapel for a desert convent, becoming the answer to the mother superior’s prayers while endearing himself to the local townspeople and avoiding an arrest for a previous crime. (Runtime 94 mins)
(1942) American entertainer and composer George M. Cohan reminisces about his life’s greatest moments: he thinks back to his family’s vaudeville act, his initial success on Broadway, and many other formative events. (Runtime 126 mins)
(1959) Tear-jerker about the intertwined lives of two widowed mothers, one white and the other black and the rebellious daughters they raise, the latter’s a light-skinned child claiming to be white. (Runtime 124 mins)
(1956) William Wyler's beautifully made film about a Quaker family in Civil War Indiana, where the father struggles to adhere to his pacifist ways, while his teenage son wrestles with enlisting.
(1959) Cary Grant stars as an innocent man mistaken for a spy in one of director Alfred Hitchcock's greatest thrillers. While leaving New York's Plaza Hotel, advertising executive Roger Thornhill (Grant) has the misfortune of standing just as the name "George Kaplan" is paged--starting a lethal case of mistaken identity and a nonstop game of cat and mouse as he is pursued across North America by espionage agents trying to kill him--and by police who suspect him of murder.
(1965) Navy men and their women caught up in the Pearl Harbor attack. John Wayne, Patricia Neal, Kirk Douglas, Brandon de Wilde, Paula Prentiss. Based on the novel by James Basset.
(2019) Writer Lloyd Vogel is tasked with creating a profile of Fred Rogers, the creator and star of the successful children's program Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. When the interviewee suddenly becomes the interviewer, magic begins to happen.
(2019) Set in late 1968 and early 1969, Judy portrays Judy Garland hustling in Swinging London after successfully securing an engagement in Talk of the Town. Behind the scenes, her tumultuous life continues on, battling with her manager and her ex-husband.
(2019) Sam Mendes, Oscar®-winning director, brings his singular vision to his World War I epic, 1917. At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers, Schofield (Captain Fantastic’s George MacKay) and Blake (Game of Thrones’ Dean-Charles Chapman) are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers—Blake’s own brother among them.
(2019) Four sisters learn about love, life, and loss as they grow through their young womanhood against the backdrop of post-Civil War America. At the heart of the family is the headstrong Jo who aspires, above all else, to forge her own path.