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Explores the relationship between the stars of I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz.
Following the rise of Aretha Franklin’s career from a child singing in her father’s church’s choir to her international superstardom, Respect is the remarkable true story of the music icon’s journey to find her voice.
Marlon Wayans, Tate Donovan, Sue Baden-Powell, Liesl Tommy, Scott Bernstein, Jason Cloth, Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker, Stacy Sher, Tracey Scott Wilson, Skye Dakota Turner, Hailey Kilgore, Saycon Sengbloh, Tituss Burgess, Marc Maron, Harvey Mason, Aaron L. Gilbert, Mary J. Blige, Audra McDonald, Heather Headley
During the 1970s and '80s, the Gucci family's 153 shops move $500 million in product annually. Their elite fashion houses put its stamp on the fashion business.
A boy grows up without a father but is surrounded with unlikely surrogates: the patrons who haunt a pub in Manhasset, Long Island where his uncle tends bar. He eventually breaks into journalism as a copy-boy at "The New York Times" and goes on to win a Pulitzer for feature writing at the "L.A. Times."
While Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb first begin performing together in the late 1950s, much of their popularity comes after they write songs for the 1977 film "Saturday Night Fever" that prolongs the popularity of disco and leads to one of the top selling albums ever. The trio's worldwide sales of over 220 million records established them as one of the biggest selling groups of all time.
The story of Ronald Reagan's life from boyhood to Hollywood actor to leader of the free world.
Explores the life and music of Elvis Presley from the perspective of his manager, Tom Parker.
Despite having no tennis background, Richard Williams overcomes tremendous hardship, skepticism and his own troubled past to raise two of tennis' greatest players, Serena and Venus Williams.
Kurt Warner goes from a young man stocking shelves at a supermarket and undrafted free agent in the NFL to become a two-time NFL MVP quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants.
Born in London as Mary O'Brien in 1939, Springfield became the finest white soul singer of her era, scoring such hits as "I Only Want to Be With You" and "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself." In 1969, Springfield released what is widely considered her masterpiece, "Dusty in Memphis," an album that yielded the classic "Son of a Preacher Man" but was a commercial failure. The singer battled substance abuse and a decline in artistic fortunes that ended only when she dueted with the Pet Shop Boys for 1990's "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" She died in 1999 at age 59 after a long battle with cancer.
The story is a contemporary dramatization of the 1950s Hong Kong social and political forces that shaped Bruce Lee into both the most famous martial arts star of all time and a significant modern day philosopher.
The story of Rose Marie “Rosemary” Kennedy, the first-born daughter to Rose Fitzgerald and Joseph Kennedy Sr. After displaying behavioral problems that caused her to fall behind the achievements of her siblings due to a mental disability that was long kept secret, Joseph Kennedy arranged one of the first prefrontal lobotomies for her when she was 23. The procedure was botched and left her permanently incapacitated.
The movie chronicles late Motown legend Marvin Gaye's self-imposed exile in Europe after years of battling drugs, domestic issues and label headaches. There, he was rescued by a promoter who helped Gaye record his biggest-selling album, "Midnight Love," which yielded the monster comeback hit, "Sexual Healing." Gaye's life was cut short the day before his 45th birthday in 1984, when his father killed him.
Follows "Wind in the Willows" author Kenneth Grahame, Elsie, and their young son Alastair, who struggled with health problems, many of which could not be properly treated at the time. The family’s troubles are eased by the “Wind in the Willows” and its success.
Follows Mary's youth, young love, her life as a new mother and the triumph through the absolute terror of Herod the Great's reign.
Lindsay Lohan will star in "Inferno", an independent film about 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace, who shot to fame with the 1972 movie "Deep Throat". Bill Pullman will portray Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner in the period drama.
Location: US - Louisiana
Story of notorious Depression-era criminal duo and lovers, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
The story of the late comedian Phil Hartman (Jingle All the Way, Sinbad), who was murdered by his wife hours before she killed herself in May 1998. Hartman is best known for his eight seasons on “Saturday Night Live” as a cast member, beginning in 1986.
The film follows the efforts of Kenneth Feinberg, a powerful Washington lawyer put in charge of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (also known as the 9/11 Fund), who, in almost three years of pro bono work on the case, fights off the cynicism, bureaucracy and politics associated with administering government funds. In doing so, he discovers what life is worth.