Sunday, March 31, 2019

Auteur Watch - Kevin Hooks

You know how people always say "Always bet on black"?  That's because of Kevin Hooks and his 1992 film Passenger 57!  But that was the '90s for you, the last great time to try and be on the silver screen.  I guess he'd rather do TV instead... a lot.

All That PG Allows

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Meanwhile, back at the Christian Scientist lab, they've released their latest cannonball in the fight to save the soul of this nation, and it's called Unplanned... get it?  It's about Planned Parenthood!  GET IT?!!!  You can probably guess their take on the organization.  You know, if they really want to get under the skin of the ... damn.  Can't even think of the word.  Not atheist... hah!  Got it.  Take that, internet.  Ever feel like a broadcaster when you sit in front of the computer, thinking about your next data search?  Can't have any dead air, right?  If they really wanted to get under the collective secular skin, they could say... or release a statement to the press like "Unplanned continues in the same muckraking tradition of Gloria Steinem's famous 'A Bunny's Tale', which exposed the shabby working conditions at the Playboy Mansion, AKA Ground Zero of the Free Love Movement."  Well, I don't know much about life, but I do have online statistics.  Statistics like 150,000 people die every day, and one third of the world's population has tuberculosis.  Twenty-five species will go extinct today, but I'm supposed to go to the theatre to watch Unplanned because one woman saw something she didn't like at Planned Parenthood.  It's like Benghazi, and the Republicans getting all upset, saying over and over again "Four dead Americans..."  Where was Donald Rumsfeld when we needed him?  You know, to say "We can't control what goes on half-a-world away!" in that folksy way of his.  No, he was just as upset and as demanding answers as the rest of the Republicans.
And finally, on the wrong side of the proverbial Top 10 railroad tracks, Harmony Korine just can't seem to generate headlines like he could in 1995.  His latest is called The Big Lebowski... I mean, The Beach Bum featuring Matthew McConaughey and Snoop Dogg.  If nothing else, that must've been a fun set!

Saturday, March 30, 2019

The Ip Man Series - Which Kicks the Most Ass?

Ah, my beloved "Which Kicks More Ass" series.  How I've missed you.  I remember how it first came to me: it was one of those freaky dreams you have after eating too much junk food, and I saw Pauline Kael on TV doing this very same segment.  Well, even the most noble among us has to throw a makeup kit at an assistant every once in a while.  Anyway, until the local cineplex lets us go to the movies in our P.J.s, I'm afraid Netflix (TM) (C) (R) will just have to do.

WHEN THE FIT HIT THE FOSHAN

As with the Naked Gun series, the first Ip Man movie is probably the best one.  You know, it just came off the lot, it's got that new-movie smell and all that, what have you.  I still can't get the line of that annoying Dave Barry out of my head about martial arts, about how people use their hands and feet to make some of the worst movies ever made.  Well, Ip Man has an advantage over the vast majority of them, and that is the biographical angle.
But I'm an old man now with bad breath, and I have no Glennis in my life, so let me take this opportunity to reminisce about martial arts movies.  Well, of course, I'm of the Karate Kid generation, and it's actually responsible for my going to a martial arts class or two... if memory serves, I think I got up to a yellow belt!  Why, one of my fondest memories is when I had to do a series of punches and kicks blindfolded, and on the final punch I came dangerously close to punching the wall.  But I'm older now, and a bit of a film buff, and in terms of cinematography The Karate Kid is a good lesson for all of you in the ASC and beyond, because whether you're doing an almost-guaranteed hit like The Karate Kid, or a bit of a turkey like Rhinoceros, you should always be on your A-Game.  You know, it's like with Vilmos Zsigmond, whether it's Close Encounters of the Third Kind or Futz, am I right?
Then of course there's Pushing Hands, a film that every comedian whose made a joke about T'ai Chi should watch... wait, is James Schamus on the $#!+ list now?  Tread carefully on this one, then.  And of course there's certain personalities like Steven Seagal and Jeff Speakman who did Lethal Weapon... I mean, The Perfect Weapon.  See, usually these martial arts guys live humbly and don't promote capitalism.  Not Steven Seagal, though!
Then there's Jet Li and Jackie Chan.  But as it turns out, Hollywood is chock-a-block full of actors who are martial arts experts.  George Costanza is one, for God's sake!  Michael Jai WhiteHal Sparks!  Thankfully, they all haven't risen up to take control of the world... of course, given who's currently in the White House... ANYWAY, back to the instant case.  The first Ip Man movie.  We're introduced to the province of Fo Shan in China, where there are several schools of martial arts, and all is relatively peaceful.  BUT THEN... conflict.  One of the heads of a martial arts school goes to see this, this... one the Mortals call Ip Man.  You know, just for a friendly fight.  Also, dude!  Check out that house!  According to Wikipedia, Ip Man grew up in a wealthy home in Foshan.  This detail, of course, is dealt with in the most ho-hum manner.  I thought all houses in Foshan looked like that!  Also, the whole setup just doesn't smell right to begin with.  A martial arts master who lives in a nice home and has a wife and kid?  One doesn't usually see that in American movies.  In the typical American movie, it's more like... well, more like Miyagi in The Karate Kid.  Actually, Miyagi's atypical in his own way, but no wife or kid to speak of!
And so, back to the first conflict.  The two heads of differing martial arts schools have a friendly fight, which is apparently against decorum.  There's a kite-flying witness to this illicit affair, a Peeping Hong, if you will, who runs to town and begins flapping his big fat mouth about the whole thing.  Unfortunately, he has many friends lapping it all up.  The conflict eventually makes its way to Ip's door, where he's forced to calm down the entire city, which he does like a boss... sorry, I actually hate that phrase.  Kill me if I use it again.
Second conflict: there's a new guy in town.  I guess these things are like Westerns a little bit, huh?  The fights in each have a different temporal rhythm, though.  Gunfights are clearly less fun, a lot louder, and it's the rare master like Sundance who gets complemented.  Anyway, the economy's hitting everyone hard, and an unusual new threat has come to Foshan.  Enter Master Jin, played by Siu-Wong Fan, and can I say that I think I'm now a fan of his?  ...no?  What can I say?  He reminds me of a young Chow-Yun Fat.  I should probably delete the last few sentences of this, but will instead keep them, if only for historical purposes, because the greater crime would be to not acknowledge their existence in the first palace... place.  And so, this new master and a couple of his goons comes to town and begins kicking ass.  School by school.  Word gets back to Ip Man, and out of semi-retirement he comes to teach this guy a lesson.
Actually, Jin comes to him with about half the town.  They fight in Ip's house, and the wife tells him not to break anything.  Seriously, that's what happens.  Ip's not spending enough time with his kid, on top of everything else.  His kid's become quite adept at drawing, actually!  Or painting, whatever.  But the show must go on.  Jin's a bit of a jerk, but even Ip's gotta admit: the guy's got some moves!  Quick, powerful... and perseverance.  He doesn't want to go quietly into the night just yet.  But the fight between Jin and Ip is interesting.  Ip seems unbeatable, but what happens when a weapon is brought into the mix?  Jin's got what appears to be a Chinese machete, and clearly it's time to use it.  Ip counterbalances with... a rod of bamboo, apparently.  I do hate to spoil the outcome, but you can probably guess.  You can't change a movie's title in midstream, unfortunately for Jin.
But just as the Marx brothers weren't content to lampoon mere steam ships and college campuses, the stakes are raised about as high for this story as they can.  The film takes place in and around 1937, so the Japanese come knocking around the middle of Act Two.  Of course, they don't just want to conquer the Chinese people.  They also want to conquer Chinese culture, and they set up a nice friendly prison dojo for the best Chinese and Japanese athletes to compete.  Ip's character is tested its hardest here.  Up til now he hasn't killed anybody in a fight, and... damn.  See, I'm just not that good.  SPOILER ALERTS.  Welp, let's put it this way... remember 2000's Best Picture winner, Gladiator?  That's basically where we're going.  The one thing I liked about it was that the one Japanese guy does what he said he was going to do... well, sort of.  And so, Ip Man gets a bullet after his most crowning life achievement up until then.  You'll see it at the beginning of Ip Man 2.  I briefly didn't realize how many sequels there were.

***1/2

IP MAN 2

Damn... I had a semi-clever headline for this one.  Oh well.  Well, now that you know the tangential connection to Bruce Lee, let's get on to Ip Man 2.  In this chapter, Master Ip moves to Hong Kong... this is not completely explained, but hey.  It's all about the fight choreography, right?  Ip's mid-level problem is dealing with a ... I hesitate to call him corrupt, but I guess there's just no two ways about it.  See, if one wanted to set up a martial arts school at the time in Hong Kong, there were fees.  Lots of fees to pay.  You know... hey, nice martial arts school you've got here.  Would be a shame if something were to happen to it.  You know, the new presidential politics!  In this case, Master Hung Chun-Nam, played by Sammo Kam-Bo Hung, is in charge of all the Mob-like doings in Hong Kong... where have I seen this guy before?  I vaguely remember that show "Martial Law."  It was a CBS show, so surely Letterman had this guy on and was completely rude to him?  Yes?  No such luck.
Anyway, Master Hung... easy, easy... thinks rather highly of himself, and lays down the law for Master Ip.  To teach in Hong Kong, one must submit to being challenged by all the other teachers in Hong Kong.  The clock is a piece of incense... how elegant is that?  We have so much to learn about the art of living, us backwards Americans.  And so, an epic fight takes place.  Some of the other masters take on Ip, and... well, I hate to say it, but these dudes seem old.  I mean, Ip himself wasn't exactly young at the time, but those other teachers are OOOLLLLLDDDDDDDDD.  But they're not completely out of the game just yet, and they do what they can against Ip.  Also, this particular fight takes place on one table.  Ip has to stay on said table for the duration of the event.  There are also several dozen stools placed upside down on the floor.  Are these going to be utilized?  Uh... yeah!!  Sorry, SPOILER ALERT.  Incidentally, SPOILER ALERT, once Master Hung has his turn, the event could be said to have come to a draw, but Ip has made his usual positive lasting impression, and into the fold he comes... but he's still not happy about the monthly dues.
This second installment of Master Ip's life story probably has the best fight sequence, in which he uses a wooden pallet as his ad hoc weapon of choice.  Take that, Jackie Chan!  Anyway, once life's little squabbles are more or less squared away, it's time to take on another global superpower: the much hated British.  The British do everything to look evil except call the Chinese "yellow," as it were.  Again, historical context.  And as with the Japanese in World War II, the British want to take on not only the Chinese people, but Chinese culture as well.  A boxer named "Mr. Twister" comes to town, and just makes a real ass of himself... is that Ben Stiller?  Sacha Baron Cohen?  No, he just looks like a lot of guys.  His name is Darren Shahlavi, and I'm reminded of that old Gene Siskel movie test: is the movie more interesting than, say, a movie where all the same people are just sitting around having lunch?  If you begin to read Darren's IMDb Bio, you will soon come to the realization that this is no mere British d-bag, but rather a one-time disciple of Donnie Yen, the man whose current job is portraying Ip Man in the same damn movie!  Small world.  I found out all this after the fact myself.  And once again I hate to say it, but Darren sort of betrayed his skill level a little bit in his boxing matches.  I forget exactly where, but some of his "boxing" moves seemed to have a little touch of Kung Fu in them.  These things move too fast for me these days.
Now, I understand that this is the man's life story and all, but the touch of another cruel empire, Hollywood, seems to have left its mark on the screenplay.  For just as the kite-flyer ended up on the wrong side of the tracks in the first Ip Man movie, so too do tired old clichés work their rugged magic here.  The British set up a well-publicized fight between Mr. Twister and a Chinese "boxer."  In this case, Master Hung himself gets into the ring to defend the dignity of the Chinese.  Now, one would think that it'd be no contest, but Hung does look a little tired, and he's still smarting from the epic battle with Ip from earlier, and so... SPOILER ALERT, Hung apparently gets killed in the ring.  Thereby, perfectly setting up a match between Twister and Master Ip... a little too perfectly.  And so, we get the big final match between Twister and Ip.  And you hate to hand it to Twister, but he lands a couple serious blows to Ip's head!  Sorry... SPOILER ALERT.
But just when it looks like Ip's about to be a vegetable for the rest of his life, he quickly recovers from the concussion and gets back on his feet.  To make matters worse, there's a mid-fight edict issued: Ip's not allowed to kick, or he'll be disqualified.  HOW UNFAIR DOES THIS FIGHT HAVE TO BE???!!!!!!  Ip gets in one last kick, though, with just a stern warning.  Also, Master Jin is listening to the fight on the radio.  MORE beloved clichés!

***

THE THIRD ONE

[place review here] ...Mike Tyson?  Seriously?

**1/2

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Auteur Watch - Hadrian Hooks

Good.  Another short one.  Better leave the link for myself... Welp, I'll tell you one thing!  It... nope!  Can't go that way.  Gotta give props to Hadrian, because he (or she) snagged the title Into the Woods first.  Okay, so Meryl Streep's not in the cast.  But you can tell who's a who in the cast, because they have attached a photo next to their name.  Take that Jenn Pinto, for example!  Wowzah!  Oh, this kid's going places.  She's so good, she can do that turn anywhere... you know, the turn at the top of the Cannes Film Festival staircase?  Too obscure?  Awright.  I guess there's no hard feelings between Hadrian and Disney, because Hadrian's already hard at work on Into the Woods II.  Yo Hadrian!

The Sophomore Slump

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See, the phrase "sophomore slump" is one we used to use, mainly in the '90s, about a big writer-director who has a big first film, but their second?  Not so good.  Why, it's even on Wikipedia, if you don't believe me!  Of course, it leaves something to be desired.  The only example that comes to mind is with the Hughes brothers, whose first big film was Menace II Society.  Their second, Dead Presidents, well... I guess it depends on who you ask.  Okay, so it wasn't a Heaven's Gate-level failure, but it did take them a while to make their next pic.  Ideally, you come out with a new pic every two years, and take the critics by storm that way.
But now that we've made it past Y2K and all that, and the rise of the mini-series continues unabated, the old "second year blues" paradigm seems a little old hat now!  And Jordan Peele, finally freed from the bonds of servitude that Keegan Michael-Key clearly imposed... sorry, that's Keegan-Michael Key.  I do hope they're still friends, though.  They probably are.  Still... man!  Don't let that Oscar (TM) (R) (C) gap come between you.  Anyway, writer-director Jordan had his second written-directed-by feature debut this weekend and... wow.  Another commerical and I'm assuming critical success.  Sure, it might take a while for it to crack the IMDb Top 250.  You know, joining the likes of Fight Club and The Shawshank Redemption.  If I could just remember the name... I think it was called Me and Him.  Nope, sorry, that's a 1988 movie about a man whose, um... private area starts talking to him.  Sounds a bit like How to Get Ahead in Advertising, but less fanciful.  But now that the internet has made us all armchair proctologists and gynecologists alike, perhaps it's a more timely story than ever!  Reboot time?  Who knows.  Maybe Jordan Peele's got that in development with Spike Lee too.
No, I think it's called Them!... sorry, that's a 1954 horror movie about ants.  Is it You, Me and Dupree?  No, that's a 2006 comedy from the writer-directors currently stuck in the Avengers gulag.  Me, Myself & IreneThe King and IWithnail and & I?  Wow, two Bruce Robinson references in so many sentences.  Wait... I think it's a two-letter title.  Love those.  Peter Gabriel had a couple albums like that, if I remember correctly.  Well, let's see who all belongs to the One-Word of Two Letters Movie Hall of Fame.  Well, of course, there's always Ed, the Matt LeBlanc movie made in the midst of the "Friends" shooting schedule.  And yes, there's of course the David Letterman-produced "Ed," but I'm trying to not count TV right now.  Which is too bad, because it would pad out my list some.  "Oz," right?  And then, there's If.... , but there is the small matter of the four periods after it.  Just as there's bickering over the proper pronunciation of the Jovian moon Io (I believe Sagan pronounced it "Ee-Oh", right?!), there shall be bickering over what goes into my list... nothing?  Oh, that's worse.  'Scuse me while I cry for a half-hour.
...okay, I'm back.  Anyway, I think I'll err on the side of inclusion in the list, despite the periods.  If.... , incidentally, is light-hearted fare about a school shooting.  I guess it was ahead of its time, and from what little I saw of it, kind of a satire, at least compared to the actual school shootings we have in America these days.  They should do a remake and call it IS.  We're well out of the realm of theory and speculation now.  But let's quickly change topics and briefly take a look at lists already out there.  Here's one!  He or she is called Raingod... hmm!  I might live close by them.  So, all you database nerds, rev your brains up now.  Time to add an extra column!  So, how about Spielberg's E.T. and A.I.?  Do THEY count?  Well, they do help to pad out the list, that's for sure.  On the other hand, they're abbreviations for longer phrases, Extra-Terrestrial and Artificial Intelligence, as with T2 (Terminator 2: Judgment Day) and certainly X2. (X-Men 2, or X2: X-Men United).  Then you've got a movie like K2.  Technically, it's not a superhero movie, but you'd be hard pressed to deny it if you watch the trailer!  No, we want actual small words, like Doug Liman's 1999 homage to Pulp Fiction called Go.  You get it?  No, not Clara Bow's It from 1927... see how I did that?  Pretty slick, right?  No, I could only mean Stephen King's It from ... whenever.  2017.  It: Chapter Two, of course, will not count.  I won't stand for it!
Of course, there's the 1990 mini-series of "It."  What is that, chopped liver?  Too old hat?  Doomed to languish on the video shelves of yesteryear next to "The Shining" mini-series starring Steven Bauer?  I mean, Weber?  I guess so!  And then of course there's Pi... but on the other hand, it's also called π, then, isn't it?  Another one of those two-way, two-letter titles.
...okay, I'm back.  You know what?  I could go on like this for a while... actually, I think I've run out of titles that fit this unusually narrow criteria.  Let's face it: people hate to read these days, especially when you're buying tickets at your local megaplex, but when it comes to movie titles, sometimes you need more than one two-letter word.  But because I like you so much, I'm going to give you, as of this writing, what the IMDb considers to be their complete list of one-word, two-letter movie titles.  I'll even include the two that seem to be porno; at least, they had the courage to be rated as such.  Some slip through the rating crack, so to speak.  Incidentally, this list is brought to you by Java: both the programming language and the drink.

13 - Short
18 - Romance
22 - Short
28 - Short
28 - Fantasy
96 - Action
_. (2012) - Not Rated
-1 (2007) - Short
:( (2017) - Short
:) (2018) - Short
?! (2002) - Crime
&@ (TV Series 2010– ) - Sci-Fi
#1 (2005) - Short
#1 (2010) - Short
#1 (Video 2010) - Short
#2 (2013) - Short
#2 (2018) - Short
#5 (2013) - Biography
#5 (2018) - Documentary
#6 (2018) - Documentary
#Y (2014) - Drama
+1 (2013) - Not Rated
+1 (2015) - Short
$5 (2006) - Short
00 (2004) - Short
07 (2006) - Not Rated
1. (2004) - Short
1/ (1993) - Short
1% (TV Movie 2008) - Drama
10 (1979) - R
10 (2011) - Short
10 (2011) - Short
10 (2011) - Action
10 (2012) - Thriller
10 (2012) - Not Rated
10 (2015) - Thriller
10 (2016) - Short
10 (2018) - Short
10 (TV Mini-Series 2009– ) - Drama
10 (TV Mini-Series 2010– ) - Thriller
10 (TV Series 2015– ) - Talk-Show
11 (2005) - Short
11 (2014) - Crime
11 (2017) - Action
11 (2019) - Documentary
12 (2003) - Comedy
12 (2003) - Drama
12 (2004) - Short
12 (2005) - Short
12 (2007) - PG-13
12 (2009) - Short
12 (2010) - Short
12 (2012) - Short
12 (2012) - Short
12 (2016) - Short
12 (2017) - TV-PG
12 (2019) - Comedy
12 (Video 2009) - Short
12 (Video 2010) - Short
13 (1999) - Short
13 (2010) - R
13 (2010) - Short
13 (2011) - Short
13 (2012) - Short
13 (2013) - Short
13 (2014) - Comedy
13 (2014) - Short
13 (2016) - Short
13 (2017) - Short
13 (2017) - Short
13 (TV Movie 1966) -
13 (Video 2007) - Short
14 (1969) - Action
14 (2008) - Short
14 (Video 2014) - Short
15 (2005) - Action
15 (2013) - Short
15 (2014) - Short
15 (2014) - Short
15 (2016) - Short
15 (2017) - Short
16 (2014) - Short
16 (2018) - Short
16 (TV Series 1993) - Drama
16 (TV Series 2003) - Comedy
16 (Video 2010) - Short
17 (1992) - Sci-Fi
17 (2007) - Short
17 (2009) - Short
17 (TV Series 2005– ) -
17 (TV Series 2005) - Comedy
18 (2004) - Short
18 (2009) - Short
18 (2013) - Short
18 (2014) - Documentary
18 (2015) - Short
18 (2015) - Short
18 (2015) - Short
18 (2018) - Short
18 (TV Series 2008–2009) - Drama
18 (Video 2010) - Short
19 (2000) - Comedy
19 (2011) - Short
19 (2014) - Short
19 (2018) - Short
2? (2017) - Short
2. (2005) - Not Rated
2% (2013) - Short
2% (2013) - Short
20 (2006) - Short
21 (1982) - Game-Show
21 (1998) - Drama
21 (2000) - Comedy
21 (2002) - Comedy
21 (2008) - PG-13
21 (2011) - Short
21 (2011) - Short
21 (2016) - Horror
21 (2016) - Short
21 (2016) - Documentary
21 (2016) - Short
21 (2018) - Short
22 (2011) - Short
22 (2013) - Animation
22 (2015) - Short
22 (2016) - Short
22 (2016) - Short
22 (2016) - Short
22 (2017) - Short
22 (2018) - Short
22 (Video 2000) - Horror
23 (1998) - Thriller
23 (2006) - Short
23 (2010) - Action
23 (2012) - Short
23 (2016) - Short
24 (2001) - Drama
24 (2001) - Drama
24 (2015) - Short
24 (2016) - Action
24 (2016) - Thriller
24 (2016) - Short
24 (2017) - Short
24 (TV Series 2001–2010) - TV-14
24: Redemption (TV Movie 2008) - TV-14
25 (2008) - Short
25 (2010) - Short
25 (2014) -
25 (2016) - Short
25 (2017) - Short
25 (TV Movie 2018) - Comedy
26 (2005) - Short
26 (2018) - Short
27 (2009) - Short
27 (2009) - Short
27 (2010) - Short
27 (2012) - Short
27 (2014) - Short
27 (2014) - Short
27 (2015) - Short
27 (2015) - Documentary
27 (2018) - Short
27 (2018) - Short
27 (TV Movie 2013) - Comedy
27 (Video 2015) - Short
27 (Video 2018) - Short
28 (2008) - Short
28 (2014) - Drama
29 (2010) - Short
29 (2017) - Short
29 (2019) - Short
29 (TV Series 2018– ) - Comedy
29 (Video 2006) - Crime
2B (2009) - Sci-Fi
2B (2011) - Short
2D (2013) - Animation
2D (2015) - Short
2p (2011) - Short
3. (2005) - Short
3% (TV Series 2016– ) - TV-MA
3% (TV Short 2011) - Short
3+ (TV Mini-Series 2014– ) - Comedy
30 (2007) - Comedy
30 (2013) - Short
30 (2015) - Short
30 (2018) - Short
30 (2018) - Short
30 (TV Movie 2018) - Comedy
30 (TV Series 2012– ) - Sci-Fi
30 (TV Series 2016– ) - News
31 (2003) - Short
31 (2006) - Short
31 (2008) - Short
31 (2016) - R
31 (TV Series 2011– ) - Horror
3½ (2012) - Short
32 (2005) - Short
32 (2008) - Short
32 (2012) - Short
32 (2013) - Short
32 (2013) - Short
32 (2015) - Short
32 (2017) - Short
33 (2002) - Documentary
33 (2008) - Short
33 (2011) - Documentary
33 (2014) - Short
33 (2015) - Short
34 (2007) - Short
34 (2012) - Short
36 (1999) - Short
36 (2006) - Short
36 (2009) - Short
36 (2012) - Drama
37 (2010) - Drama
37 (2013) - Short
37 (2014) - Not Rated
37 (2016) - Not Rated
37 (2018) - Drama
37 (TV Series 2010– ) - Crime
38 (2006) - Documentary
38 (2014) - Documentary
39 (2016) - Short
3A (2016) - Short
3B (2010) - Short
3D (2000) - Short
3D (2010) - Short
3F (2008) - Short
3G (TV Series 2016– ) - Drama
3P (2013) - Documentary
3X (2018) - Drama
4. (2005) - Short
40 (1999) - Comedy
40 (2002) - Short
40 (2009) - Not Rated
40 (2011) - Short
40 (2016) - Short
40 (TV Mini-Series 2003– ) - Drama
40 (TV Movie 2012) - Comedy
40 (TV Series 2012– ) - Drama
41 (2007) - TV-G
41 (2010) - Short
41 (2012) - Not Rated
41 (2012) - PG-13
42 (2010) - Short
42 (2013) - PG-13
42 (2015) - Short
42 (TV Series 2007– ) - Drama
42 (TV Series 2007– ) - Short
43 (2015) - Documentary
43 (2016) - Short
43 (2017) - Short
44 (2000) - Short
44 (2007) - Not Rated
44 (2008) - Short
44 (2014) - Short
45 (2009) - Short
45 (2017) - Short
45 (TV Series 1974–1975) - Music
46 (2017) - Short
47 (2016) - Documentary
48 (2005) - Short
48 (2010) - Short
48 (2011) - Drama
48 (2012) - Short
48 (2017) - Short
48 (TV Series 2006– ) - Documentary
49 (TV Mini-Series 2013– ) - Comedy
4b (2005) - Short
4B (2016) - Short
4D (2016) - Short
4F (2016) - Short
4G - Comedy
4m (2011) - Short
4Q (2012) - Short
4u (2006) - Short
5% (2013) - Short
50 (2009) - Short
50 (2010) - Short
51 (2011) - R
51 (2014) - Short
51 (2014) - Short
52 (2011) - Short
52 (2015) - Short
52 (TV Series 2013–2015) - Reality-TV
53 (2001) - Short
54 (1998) - R
54 (Video 2004) -
55 (2009) - Short
56 (2012) - Short
56 (2016) - Documentary
57 (2015) - Drama
57 (2015) - Short
58 (2013) - Short
59 (2015) - Not Rated
5A (2012) - Short
5G (2005) - Short
5K (2017) - Short
5W (2017) - Short
6% (1999) - Short
60 (TV Series 1996–2000) - Music
6½ (1998) - Short
64 (Video 2004) - Documentary
64 (Video 2011) - Short
65 (2008) - Short
65 (TV Short 2013) - Short
67 (2014) - Short
67 (Video 2007) - Short
68 (2013) - Short
68 (2013) - Short
68 (TV Movie 1999) -
68 (TV Movie 2008) - Documentary
69 (2004) - Drama
69 (2007) - Short
69 (2011) - Short
69 (2012) - Short
69 (2014) - Short
69 (TV Series 2007–2008) - Talk-Show
6A (2016) - Drama
72 (Video 2007) - Short
73 (2008) - Short
75 (2017) - Crime
76 (2005) - Short
76 (2016) - Short
77 (2010) - Short
77 (2014) - Short
78 (1998) - Family
78 (2004) - Short
79 (2007) - Short
7A (2018) - Short
7E (2013) - Not Rated
81 (1997) - Short
8½ (1963) - Not Rated
8½ (Video 2007) - X
82 (2000) - Comedy
82 (2012) - Short
84 (2013) - Short
87 (2008) - Short
87 (2014) - Short
87 (2015) - Short
88 (2008) - Short
88 (2009) - Short
88 (2012) - Thriller
88 (2015) - Not Rated
88 (2015) - Short
88 (2017) - Family
88 (2018) - Short
88 (TV Movie 2002) - Drama
89 (2015) - Crime
89 (2017) - Not Rated
90 (1999) - Short
90 (2005) - War
90 (2015) - Short
92 (2013) - Short
93 (2016) - Short
94 (2012) - Short
94 (2013) - Short
94 (2017) - Documentary
95 (2013) - Short
95 (2017) - Comedy
96 (2018) - Crime
96 (2018) - Drama
99 (1918) - Crime
99 (2006) - Comedy
99 (2009) - Not Rated
99 (2009) - Short
99 (2017) - Short
99 (2018) - Short
9A (2006) - Drama
9B (TV Movie 1986) -
9B (TV Series 1988– ) - Drama
9i (2013) - Short
A+ (2013) - Drama
A1 (1999) - Drama
A1 (2017) - Short
A4 (2006) - Short
A4 (2007) - Short
Aa (2005) - Short
Aa (2012) -
AA (2016) - Short
Ab (1975) -
Ab (2013) - Documentary
Ag (2006) - Documentary
Ai (1955) - Drama
Ai (1986) - Short
Ai (2008) - Not Rated
Ai (2012) - Short
Ai (2016) - Short
Ai (2017) - Short
Ai (2017) - Short
Ai (TV Series 1979–1980) - Drama
AK (2012) - Short
Al (2010) - Short
Al (2015) - Short
Al (2015) - Short
Al (Video 2009) - Short
AL (Video 2017) - Short
Am (2018) - Short
AM (Video 1998) - Adult
Ão (2014) - Short
As (2018) - Short
As (TV Mini-Series 2002– ) - Crime
At (1982) - Drama
Át (2012) - Short
At (2015) - Short
AU (2018) - Short
Au (TV Series 1997– ) -
Av (1989) - Adventure
AV (2005) - Comedy
Ax (1999) - Short
Ax (2013) - Not Rated
B- (2011) - Short
B. (2015) - Animation
B+ (2014) - Short
B+ (2016) - Short
B4 (2012) - Sci-Fi
Bá (2015) - Short
BB (2015) - Short
Bb (2016) - Not Rated
BC (2012) - Short
Be (2008) - Short
Be (2009) - Short
Be (2010) - Short
Be (2011) - Short
Be (2012) - Short
Be (2013) - Short
Be (Video 2005) - Not Rated
Bi (2003) - Short
Bi (2015) - Short
Bi (TV Series 2014– ) - Comedy
Bj (2013) - Documentary
BO - Short
Bo (2005) - Animation
Bo (2007) - Short
Bo (2010) - Drama
Bo (2012) - Documentary
Bö (Video 2005) - Short
BP (2002) - Drama
BS (TV Movie 2012) - Drama
Bu (2015) - Short
BW (2009) - PG-13
C4 (1996) - Comedy
Ça (1971) -
CA (Video 2018) - Short
CC (2018) - Short
Chloé (2019) - Short
Christian IV (2018) - Drama
CQ (2001) - R
CV (2018) - Short
Cv (Video 1987) - Unrated
D. (1997) - Not Rated
D. (2012) - Short
D. (2013) - Short
D4 (2011) - TV-PG
D4 (TV Series 2006–2007) - Talk-Show
D7 (2000) - Short
Da (1988) - PG
Da (2012) - Short
Da (2014) - Short
De (2018) - Biography
Di (2006) - Short
DJ (2018) - Drama
DJ (Video 2016) - Documentary
Dk (2015) - Comedy
DM (2016) - Thriller
Do (2009) - Short
Do (2012) - Short
Do (2014) - Short
DP (1982) - Short
Dr (1962) - Comedy
Dr (TV Movie 1984) - Comedy
Du (1987) -
Du (TV Movie 1975) -
Du (TV Movie 2003) - Drama
Dv (2013) - Horror
e2 (TV Series 2006–2008) - News
Eb (2009) - Documentary
Ed - Short
Ed (1996) - PG
Ed (2000) - Short
Ed (2014) - Short
Ed (2014) - Short
Ed (2014) - Short
Ed (2016) - Short
Ed (2017) - Short
Ed (TV Series 2000–2004) - Comedy
Ef (2014) - Short
Ei (1988) - Drama
Ek (2013) - Short
El (1953) - Approved
El (1984) - Animation
Él (2005) - Short
El (2011) - Short
el (2014) - Short
Él (2015) - Short
ÉL (2015) - Short
él (Video 2001) - Animation
Em (2007) - Short
Em (2008) - Not Rated
Em (2011) - Short
Em (2015) - Short
ÉO (TV Series 2007–2008) - Family
Er (2003) - Comedy
ER (TV Series 1994–2009) - TV-14
Er (TV Short 1984) - Short
Es (1966) - Drama
Es (2014) - Short
Es (2016) - Short
Eu (1987) - Drama
Ev (2010) - Drama
Ev (2017) - Drama
Ev (TV Series 1970–1971) - Comedy
Ex (2006) - Short
Ex (2007) - Short
Ex (2009) - Comedy
Ex (2011) - Short
Ex (2014) - Short
Ex (2015) - Short
EX (2016) - Short
Ex (2016) - Short
Ex (TV Movie 1995) - Drama
Ex (TV Series 2016– ) - PG
F. (2007) - Documentary
F5 (2012) - Short
F5 (2013) - Short
F5 (Video 2009) - G
F8 (1997) - Animation
F8 (2006) - Short
Fb (2009) - Not Rated
Fb (2014) - Short
Fe (1994) - Not Rated
Fe (2000) - Short
Fe (2000) - Short
Fe (2003) - Short
Fe (2011) - Crime
Fe (2017) - Short
Fe (Video Game 2018) - Adventure
FF (TV Short 1996) - Short
Fi (TV Series 2017–2018) - Drama
FM (1978) - PG
FM (2009) - Short
FM (TV Series 1989–1990) - Comedy
FM (TV Series 2006– ) - Music
FM (TV Series 2009– ) - Comedy
Fù (2018) - Short
Fu (Video 2012) - Short
FX (2001) - Short
G. (2010) - Short
G2 (1999) - R
G8 (2007) - Short
Ga (1998) - Drama
GF (2017) - Short
Go (1999) - R
Go (2001) - Drama
Go (2007) - Crime
Go (2008) - Documentary
Go (2011) - Short
Go (2011) - Short
Go (2014) - Short
Go (2014) - Short
Go (2014) - Short
Go (2016) - Short
Go (2016) - Short
Go (2017) - Short
Go (TV Series 1973–1976) - Family
Go (TV Series 1983–1984) - G
Go (Video 2005) - Short
Gq (2012) - Short
Gu (1981) - Horror
Gu (2015) - Short
Gu (2016) - Short
H. (2009) - Short
H. (2014) - Short
H. (2014) - Not Rated
H. (2018) - Short
H@ (1999) - Comedy
H+ (TV Series 2011– ) - Sci-Fi
H3 (2001) - Drama
H4 (2015) - Drama
Hæ (2007) - Short
HB (2013) - Short
HD (2014) - Short
He (1932) - Comedy
He (2009) - Horror
He (2010) - Short
He (2012) - Fantasy
He (2014) - Short
He (2015) - Short
HH (2017) - Sci-Fi
Hi - Short
Hi (2011) - Short
Hi (2013) - Short
Hi (2014) - Short
Hi (2015) - Short
Hi (2015) - Short
Hi (2017) - Short
HK (2001) - Romance
Hk (2003) - Action
HP (TV Series 2018– ) - Drama
HQ (TV Series 2017– ) - TV-MA
HR (2018) - Short
HR (TV Movie 2007) - Comedy
HR (TV Movie 2014) - Drama
Hu (2018) - Drama
I! (2008) - Short
I? (2005) - Short
ID (2001) - Drama
ID (2003) - Short
ID (2004) - Short
Id (2004) - Short
Id (2009) - Short
Id (2010) - Action
Id (2010) - Short
Id (2010) - Mystery
Id (2010) - Short
ID (2011) - Short
Id (2011) - Short
iD (2011) - Short
Id (2012) - Short
Id (2016) - Short
Id (2017) - PG-13
ID (2017) - Short
iD (2018) - Documentary
ID (2018) - Short
Id (TV Series 2015– ) - Thriller
Id (Video 2004) - Short
If - Drama
If (1916) - Drama
If (2000) - Drama
If (2003) - Thriller
If (2005) - Drama
If (2008) - Short
If (2011) - Short
If (2012) - Short
If (2012) - Short
If (2013) - Short
If (2014) - Short
If (2014) - Short
If (2015) - Short
If (2015) - Short
If (2016) - Short
If (2018) - Short
If (2018) - Short
If (2018) - Short
If (Video 2009) - Short
If (Video 2017) - Short
Ii - Not Rated
II (2012) - Short
II (2014) - Short
II (2017) - Short
Im (2004) - Sci-Fi
In (1969) - R
In (2004) - Animation
In (2005) - Short
In (2006) - Crime
In (2009) - Short
In (2011) - Short
In (2014) - Short
In (2014) - Short
In (2017) - Short
In (2017) - Short
In (TV Series 1969–1971) - Documentary
Io - Short
Io (2004) - Short
Ío (2015) - Short
IO (2019) - TV-14
Io (TV Series 2016– ) - Adventure
Ir (Video 2010) - Short
Is (1995) -
Is (TV Movie 1971) -
It (1927) - Passed
It (2002) - Short
It (2005) - Short
It (2008) - Short
It (2014) - Short
It (2014) - Short
It (2017) - R
It (2017) - Short
It (TV Mini-Series 1990) - TV-14
It (TV Series 1985– ) -
It (Video 2013) - Short
IV (2008) - Short
IV (2012) - Short
IV (TV Series 2018– ) - Drama
Iz (1994) - Thriller
J. (2002) - Short
J. (2008) - Short
J. (2009) - Short
J'accuse (2019) - Drama
J1 (2015) - Short
J4 (2010) - Short
J9 (1996) -
Ja (2009) - Animation
Jc (2017) - Short
JD (2014) - Crime
Je (1960) - Short
Je (2012) - Short
JE (TV Series 1993– ) - Documentary
Ji (2005) - Not Rated
Ji (2019) - Short
JK (2009) - Short
JK (TV Mini-Series 2006– ) - Biography
Jo (1971) - Comedy
Jo (2013) - Short
Jo (2018) - Short
Jo (2018) - Short
Jo (TV Mini-Series 2013) - Crime
Jo (TV Movie 2002) - Drama
JR (1983) - Drama
K. (2011) - Short
K1 (2017) - Short
K2 (1991) - R
K² (TV Series 2011– ) - Comedy
K3 (TV Series 2015–2016) - Animation
K7 (2015) - Short
k7 (TV Series 2009– ) - Mystery
K9 (TV Series 2009– ) - Family
Ka - Documentary
Ka - Action
Ka (1991) - Short
Ka (2014) - Romance
Ke (1966) -
Ki (2011) - Drama
Ki (TV Short 2015) - Short
Kl (2011) - Short
Km (2012) - Short
Ko (1930) -
KO (2001) - Short
Ko (2011) - Not Rated
Ko (2014) - Short
KP (Video 2006) - Short
KT (2002) - Thriller
Ku (2014) - Short
KZ (2010) - Documentary
Kz (2014) - Drama
L. (2006) - Short
L. (2013) - Short
L5 (2015) - Short
L5 (TV Series 2012– ) - Sci-Fi
L7 (2016) - Thriller
L8 (2010) - Short
La (2007) - Short
La (2010) -
Le (2005) - Short
Li (2007) - Short
Li (2011) - Sci-Fi
LI (2016) - Short
Lô (2003) - Short
Lo (2008) - Short
Lo (2009) - Comedy
Lo (2013) - Short
LP (2017) - Short
Lp (2019) - Short
Lu (1959) - Drama
Lu (1967) - Drama
Lu (1983) - Drama
Lu (2013) - Short
Lu (2013) - Short
Lu (2017) - Short
Lu (TV Movie 2006) - Comedy
M. (2011) - Short
M2 (TV Series 2001– ) -
MA (2002) - Drama
Ma (2013) - Documentary
Ma (2014) - Short
Ma (2015) - Drama
Ma (2018) - Short
Ma (2018) - Short
Ma (2018) - Drama
Ma (2019) - R
Me (1961) - Drama
Me (1975) - Mystery
Me (2003) - Short
Me (2010) - Short
Me (2010) - Short
Me (2014) - Not Rated
Me (2014) - Short
Me (2014) - Short
Me (2015) - Drama
Me (2016) - Drama
Me (2017) - Short
Me (2017) - Short
Me (2018) - Short
Me (2018) - Short
Me (TV Movie 1973) - Drama
Me (Video 2018) - Short
Mi (1970) - Drama
Mi (1974) - Short
Mí (Video 2009) - Horror
Mints (2019) - Short
MJ (2015) - Short
MJ (2018) - Short
ML (2018) - Drama
MM (2009) - Short
MN (1954) - Drama
Mo (1983) - Horror
Mo (2007) - Not Rated
Mo (2010) - Short
Mo (2012) - Animation
Mo (2016) - Not Rated
Mo (2017) - Short
Mo (TV Movie 2010) - Biography
Mu (2004) - Not Rated
Mu (2007) - Short
Mv (2007) - Short
MW (2009) - Drama
N. (2008) - Short
N. (2012) - Short
N7 (TV Movie 1995) - Comedy
Na (1972) - Action
Nå (2018) - Short
Ne (1966) - Short
Ne (1975) - Drama
Ne (TV Movie 1983) - Comedy
Ng (2006) - Short
NN (2014) - Drama
Nô (1998) - Drama
No (2003) - Documentary
No (2005) - Not Rated
No (2010) - Short
No (2012) - R
No (2012) - Short
No (2012) - Documentary
No (2012) - Short
No (2016) - Short
Nö (2019) -
Nu (2002) - Short
Nu (2003) - Drama
Nu (2011) - Short
Nu (2018) - Drama
Nu (TV Series 2018– ) - Comedy
NW (TV Movie 2016) - Drama
O. (2014) - Short
O. (2014) - Short
O' (TV Series 2012– ) - Drama
O1 (Video 2015) - Comedy
O2 - Sci-Fi
O2 (2009) - Short
O2 (2014) - Short
Oa (2013) - Animation
Oe (2016) - Short
Og (1952) - Action
Oh (2011) - Short
Oi (1994) -
Oi (2017) - Short
Oi (TV Series 1993– ) - Comedy
OK - Short
Ok - Thriller
Ök (2005) - Short
Ok (2009) - Short
OK (2016) - Short
OK (2017) - Drama
Ól (2015) - Short
Om (1986) - Short
Om (1986) - Horror
Om (1995) - Action
Om (2003) - Action
Om (2007) - Short
OM (2014) - Short
OM (2017) - Short
Ön (1966) - Drama
On (2013) - Short
Ön (2018) - Short
On (TV Short 2018) - Short
Öö (2007) - Short
Or (2013) - Short
Os (2007) - Short
Os (2009) - Short
Os (2010) - Short
Os (2011) - Short
Outlaws (2017) - R
Oz (2011) - Short
Oz (2012) - Short
Oz (2019) - Drama
Oz (TV Series 1997–2003) - TV-MA
Oz (TV Series 2001–2002) - Drama
Oz (Video 1994) -
OZ (Video Game 2005) - Action
P. (2006) - Short
P2 (2007) - R
P2 (2017) - Short
Pa (2000) - Animation
Pá (2008) - Short
Pa (2012) - Short
Pa (2015) - Animation
Pa (2018) - Short
Pa (TV Movie 2004) - Comedy
Pb (2008) - Short
PG (2002) - Drama
PG (2016) - Short
PH (TV Series 2001– ) - Drama
Pi - Short
Pi (1998) - R
Pi (2013) - Animation
Pi (2014) - Short
PJ (2014) - Animation
PK (2014) - Not Rated
PK (2017) - Short
Pó (2013) - Short
Po (2015) - Short
Po (2017) - Short
Pu (1995) -
PX (1982) - Drama
Q. - Documentary
Q5 (TV Series 1969–1980) - Comedy
Qi (2018) - Documentary
QI (TV Series 2003– ) - TV-PG
Qo (2004) - Short
R3 (2003) - Comedy
R3 (2012) - Short
R3 (TV Series 1964– ) - Drama
Ra (2014) - Fantasy
Ra (2014) - Drama
Ra (2018) - Short
Rå (2018) - Short
RC (2016) - Short
Re (2005) - Short
Re (2014) - Short
RH (2011) - Short
Ro (TV Series 2012– ) - Drama
Ru (2014) - Comedy
RV (2006) - PG
Rx (2005) - R
Rx (2009) - Short
Rx (2010) - Short
Rx (2015) - Short
Rx (2016) - Short
Rx (2018) - Short
Rx (TV Movie 2007) - TV-PG
Rx (TV Movie 2009) - Drama
S. (1998) - Unrated
S. (2001) - Short
S1 (1913) - Not Rated
S2 (2015) - Short
S4 (2008) - Not Rated
Sa (2010) - Short
SC (2017) - Short
Sd (2018) - Short
Se (2006) - Short
Se (2008) -
Se (2017) - Short
Se (2017) - Short
SG (TV Series 2000–2002) - Animation
Si (2015) - Short
Sm (2014) - Documentary
So (1973) - Action
So (1975) -
So (2007) - Documentary
SS (2011) - Short
Su (1981) - Action
Su (2013) - Short
Su (2016) - Short
T. (2011) - Short
T. (2014) - Animation
T2 (2009) - Fantasy
T4 (TV Series 2001– ) - Family
Tá (2007) - Short
Ta (2013) - Short
Te (1963) - Short
Tk (2014) - Short
To (1964) - Drama
To (2009) - Animation
To (2016) - Short
To (TV Movie 1969) - Drama
Tu - Short
Tu (1998) - Short
Tu (2003) - Drama
Tú (2015) - Short
Tu (2016) - Short
TV (1997) - Short
TV (2010) - Short
TV (2015) - Short
Tv (2016) - Short
TX (TV Series 1985) - Family
U2 (2005) - Short
üç (2012) - Short
Un (2016) - Short
Up (1984) - Short
Up (2002) - Sci-Fi
Up (2002) - Short
Up (2004) - Short
Up (2009) - PG
Up (2016) - Documentary
Up (Video 2012) - Short
Up (Video 2016) - Short
Up (Video Game 2009) - E10+
Ur (2010) - Short
Us - Short
Us - Short
Us - Romance
Us (1927) - Comedy
Us (2005) - Short
Us (2010) - Short
Us (2010) - Short
Us (2010) - Short
Us (2011) - Short
Us (2011) - Short
Us (2013) - Documentary
Us (2013) - Short
Us (2013) - Short
Us (2014) - Short
Us (2014) - Short
Us (2014) - Short
Us (2014) - Short
Us (2015) - Not Rated
Us (2015) - Short
Us (2016) - Short
Us (2016) - Short
Us (2016) - Short
US (2016) - Short
Us (2017) - Short
Us (2017) - Short
Us (2017) - Short
us (2017) - Short
Us (2018) - Short
Us (2019) - R
Us (TV Movie 1991) - Drama
Us (TV Series 2015– ) - Comedy
Ut (2005) - Short
Ut (2009) - Documentary
UU (2016) - Short
UV (1994) -
UV (2007) - Drama
V. (TV Movie 1987) - Not Rated
V3 (2013) - Drama
VD (1972) - Drama
VD (TV Movie 1988) - Drama
Vi (2012) - Short
Vi (2013) - Drama
Vi (2014) - Short
VI (2018) - Short
VK (2008) - Short
VR (2016) - Short
VR (TV Series 2018– ) - Approved
VS (2005) - Short
VS (2009) - Not Rated
Vs (Video 2006) - Short
Vu (2009) - Short
Vu (2014) - Comedy
VW (2017) - Short
W. (2008) - PG-13
W. (2008) - Short
W. (2013) - Short
W5 (TV Series 1966– ) - Documentary
Wa (2005) - Short
Wc (2014) - Short
WC (2017) - Short
We (2003) - Drama
We (2010) - Short
We (2012) - Short
We (2014) - Comedy
We (2015) - Short
We (2015) - Short
We (2016) - Short
We (2016) - Short
We (2016) - Short
We (2017) -
We (2018) - Adventure
WS (2013) -
Wu (1970) - Drama
Wu (2009) - Short
WW (2013) - Short
WW (2014) - Animation
X. (2018) - Crime
X= (2008) - Short
X2: X-Men United (2003) - PG-13
X9 (2007) - Short
Xa (2003) - Short
Xi (Video Game 2009) - Drama
XL (2013) - Drama
Xo (2010) - Short
Xo (2015) - Short
Xo (2018) - Short
XP (2003) - Short
XS (Video Game 1997) - Action
XX (2006) - Short
XX (2016) - Short
Xx (2016) - Short
XX (2016) - Short
XX (2017) - R
XY (2008) - Short
XY (2008) - Short
Xy (2012) - Short
Xy (2013) - Short
XY (2017) - Action
Y? (TV Series 1999–2003) - Documentary
Y. (Video 2009) - Music
Ya - Drama
Ya (2009) - Drama
Ye (2014) - Drama
Yo (1981) - Drama
Yo (2006) - Short
Yo (2007) - Drama
Yo (2015) - Drama
Yo (Video 2017) - Documentary
Yu (2003) -
Yu (2015) - Short
YZ (2016) - Comedy
Z! (2008) - Not Rated
Z. (2014) - Short
Z1 (2013) - Short
Z4 (TV Series 2018– ) - Musical
Zé (2010) - Short
Zt (Video 2010) - Short
Zu (1998) - Short

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