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Broadway Danny Rose

Broadway Danny Rose (1984)

Starring: Woody Allen, Nick Apollo Forte, Mia Farrow

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Apollo 13

Apollo 13 (1995)

Starring: Bill Paxton, Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon

Olympic Pride, American Prejudice

Olympic Pride, American Prejudice (2016)

Starring: Blair Underwood, Joanna Hayes, Isiah Thomas

Recalling the 18 black athletes who competed in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin, despite the racial tensions at home in the U.S. and the Aryan presence of Hitler in Germany.

Mammal

Mammal (2015)

Starring: Rachel Griffiths, Barry Keoghan, Michael McElhatton

A mother (Rachel Griffiths) grieving over the sudden death of her 18-year-old son begins caring for a homeless youth in this drama directed by Rebecca Daly.

Creed

Creed (2015)

Starring: Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson

Adonis Johnson Creed (Michael B. Jordan), the son of former heavyweight champion Apollo Creed, attempts to follow in his father's footsteps and become a boxing legend in his own right. Apollo died in the ring in the 1980s at the hand of Russian pugilist Ivan Drago, forcing Adonis to grow up without his dad in his life. The young man travels to Philadelphia to find his late father's nemesis-turned-best friend, Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), in order to recruit him as a trainer. Balboa soon takes the young Creed under his wing and helps him get in shape for a shot at the title. Ryan Coogler directs this spin-off of the hugely successful Rocky franchise.

The Wanted 18

The Wanted 18 (2015)

Starring: Alison Darcy, Rosann Nerenberg, Holly O'Brien

Through a clever mix of stop motion animation and interviews, THE WANTED 18 recreates an astonishing true story: the Israeli army's pursuit of 18 cows, whose independent milk production on a Palestinian collective farm was declared "a threat to the national security of the state of Israel." In response to the Israeli occupation of the West Bank, a group of people from the town of Beit Sahour decide to buy 18 cows and produce their own milk as a co-operative. Their venture is so successful that the collective farm becomes a landmark, and the cows local celebrities- until the Israeli army takes note and declares that the farm is an illegal security threat. Consequently, the dairy is forced to go underground, the cows continuing to produce their "Intifada milk" with the Israeli army in relentless pursuit. Recreating the story of the "wanted 18" from the perspectives of the Beit Sahour activists, Israeli military officials, and the cows, Palestinian artist Amer Shomali and veteran Canadian director Paul Cowan create an enchanting, inspirational tribute to the ingenuity and power of grassroots activism. (C) Kino

Hotori no Sakuko

Hotori no Sakuko (2015)

Starring: Fumi Nikaido,Mayu Tsuruta,Taiga,Kanji Furutachi,Tadashi Otake

Before 18 year old Sakuko starts university, she visits her aunt Mikie in a seemingly sleepy coastal Japanese town. Mikie meets up with old flame Ukichi who now manages the local love motel, whilst Sakuko gets to know a young Fukushima refugee who works there. A web of relationships evolve throughout the summer with a tone flitting between poetic teenage whimsy and raw human anxiety.

Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown

Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown (2014)

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James Brown changed the face of American music forever. Charting his journey from rhythm and blues to funk, MR. DYNAMITE: THE RISE OF JAMES BROWN was made with the unique cooperation of the Brown Estate, which opened its archives for the first time. The documentary features rare and never-before-seen footage, interviews and photographs, chronicling the musical ascension of the "hardest working man in show business," from his first hit, "Please, Please, Please," in 1956, to his iconic performances at the Apollo Theater, the T.A.M.I. Show, the Paris Olympia and more. (C) HBO

The Inbetweeners

The Inbetweeners (2012)

Starring: Blake Harrison (II), Joe Thomas, James Buckley (II)

Four geeky high school friends set out on a wild sun and booze-filled vacation in The Inbetweeners Movie, the hilarious British breakout hit finally reaching American shores. Packed with outrageous sexual shenanigans, out-of-control party antics and cheekily rude humor in the tradition of American Pie, the film follows a quartet of sex-obsessed nerds to a notorious Mediterranean hotspot as they try to break their lifelong losing streak with the ladies. -- (C) Official Site

Youth

Youth (2015)

Starring: Eitan Cunio, David Cunio, Moshe Ivgy

Yaki and Shaul are two teenage brothers who share a strong, almost telepathic connection. The brother's family is suffering from an overgrowing debt which led to a deep depression of their father. The brothers feel that they can't just stand on the sidelines while their family falls apart. Up until now they were helpless, but now with Yaki's enlistment to the army, like every other 18 year old Israeli boy, he is given a rifle. This rifle gives the brothers the power they need to act and from helpless teenagers they become men. (c) Official Site

The Fundamentals of Caring

The Fundamentals of Caring (2016)

Starring: Paul Rudd, Craig Roberts, Selena Gomez

An 18-year-old with muscular dystrophy (Craig Roberts) goes on a road trip with his caregiver (Paul Rudd), and the pair learn about life from the people they meet along the way. Written and directed by Rob Burnett, The Fundamentals of Caring made its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.

Memories of the Sword

Memories of the Sword (2015)

Starring: Lee Byung-hun, Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Go-Eun

Three warriors, Poong-chun, Sul-rang, and Yu-baek pleadge to fight against the incompetent king. However, the betrayal of Yu-baek leads to Poong-chun's death, and Sul-rang disappears with Poong-chun's young daughter - Hong-yi - as stricken by guilt. 18 years later, Hong-yi leaves Sul-rang and plans to get revenge on both Yu-baek and Sul-rang.

Spa Night

Spa Night (2016)

Starring: Joe Seo, Haerry Kim, Youn Ho Cho

The atmospheric SPA NIGHT is a portrait of forbidden sexual awakening set in the nocturnal world of spas and karaoke bars in Los Angeles' Koreatown. David Cho (Joe Seo in a breakthrough performance), a timid 18-year-old living with his financially-struggling immigrant parents, chances upon a secret cruising spot when he takes a job at an all-male spa. There he begins to realize hidden desires that threaten his life as a dutiful son and student.

18 Again!

18 Again! (1988)

Starring: George Burns, Charlie Schlatter, Charles Schlatter

Bad 25

Bad 25 (2012)

Starring: Martin Scorsese, Quincy Jones, Mariah Carey

Chronicles the making of Michael Jackson's iconic, record-breaking Bad album and Michael's first world tour as a solo artist. Spike Lee examines Michael Jackson's creative vision for the album that ended up defining an era. Michael's lasting artistic legacy comes to life thanks to rare and never before seen footage and the vivid recollections of Michael's collaborators and confidants, such as Martin Scorsese who directed the 18-minute short film for the single Bad.

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