Edward R. Murrow is credited by many with inventing television news and bringing down Senator Joseph McCarthy.
The similarities between this alternate history and our own make C.S.A. an eerily disquieting and enjoyable piece of charged entertainment.
Quills is the modernized story of the Marquis de Sade, whose steamy writings whipped France into a sexual fury in the late 18th century.
This is not a movie that will test the viewer, outside of dealing with the subject. There are no conspiracy theories or politics at work.
Will audiences turn up or turn away from Oliver Stone's most recent rocking of the tidal waves of history?
What if the South had won the U.S. Civil War? A bit of an extreme possibility of how our lives would be today.
A compelling documentary which questions the veracity of the Bible and the existence of Jesus.
Underneath its shell of 9/11 terrorism, World Trade Center is a powerful story about love, hope, and the clout of perseverance.
Based on the true story of the Apollo 13 mission, the film stirs emotions of all types - hope, fear, and patriotism among them.
A film every student of history, philosophy, and human nature owe it to themselves to see.