Dr. Richard Sturgess leads a team of compassionate doctors at a veteran's hospital. Along with Drs. Morgan, Handleman and Van Dorn, he fights to deliver adequate care to needy veterans in the face of funding cuts and a corrupt administration. To succeed, the staff may have to bend the rules and circumvent the villainous "Article 99," a bureaucratic loophole that prevents veterans from receiving the benefits they deserve.
Eddie arrives on stage through a huge book which opens to reveal him sitting at the top of a staircase. Then discusses Caesar dog food, 24 hour garages, Latin, and winds his way through James Bond gadgets, Einstein and Pavlov.
Director: Tim Connery After receiving his future obituary via a cryptic Internet file, Easton Denning is forced to confront his troubled past in order to prevent his predicted demise.
Benny and Claire, a down on their luck couple find a discarded Chitauri gun, referred to as 'Item 47'...
In the early morning hours of April 26th, 2006 an Iraqi man was shot dead on the side of the road next to an IED hole in the small Sunni Village of Hamdania, Iraq by seven Marines and one Navy Corpsman, members of the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines Regiment. Differing accounts as to the exact details of the man's killing fueled a full-blown NCIS murder investigation. Soon, the seven Marines and one Navy Corpsman faced life in prison for their roles in the Iraqi man's death. Article 32 is a documentary film that uncovers the truth of what happened that night in Iraq and the subsequent NCIS murder investigation. Shot in Hamdania, Iraq and the United States, Article 32 explores the morally brutalizing environment of the Iraq war and shines a light on the gray area between the established Rules of Engagement and the basic rule of "Do what you have to do to come home alive."
This fragment is of unknown origin but may have come from BLACK MESSIAH, a U.S./Italian co-production that J.X. Williams directed in 1975. In this sequence, religious and lepidopterological imagery is blended to disquieting effect.
“Article Eighteenth” is a feature-length documentary whose title refers to Article 18 of the Polish constitution: it defines marriage in heteronormative terms, as a union of a man and woman placed under the protection and care of the Republic of Poland. In the public discourse, the aforementioned article is interpreted as the basic obstacle for the legal premises that could establish partnerships and same-sex marriages in Poland. The creators of the movie have made the first Polish documentary showing the moral, cultural, and legal reasons why same-sex marriages have still not been legalized. The movie presents a polyphonic debate on the subject through showing interviews conducted by the makers of the film with gay and lesbian couples, people of science and culture, doctors, sexologists, lawyers, who present their arguments for introducing necessary legislative changes which would contribute to the improvement of LGBT experiences in various areas of social life.
An inspiring documentary film that details the life mission of Col. Ilan Ramon, the first and only Astronaut from Israel, who blasted off on the Shuttle Columbia. He carries with him a cherished artifact, a miniature Torah scroll, that had survived the Holocaust. From the "Depths of hell to the heights of space," his simple gesture would serve to honor the hope of a nation and to fulfill a promise made to generations past and future. - Written by Anonymous via IMDB
While walking back home at night, an examining judge is robbed of his watch. Fortunately he offers resistance and, by roughing up the mugger, manages to recover his belonging. Imagine his surprise when he realizes his thief is none other than... the President of the Court of Justice! How will the poor man behave with him knowing what he knows?
Join Zack and his sister, Zoey, as they explore each Article of Faith. Charming illustrations and animation bring the doctrine to life in a way that children will understand and enjoy
The psychiatric evaluation of a young actor arrested for a brutal double murder concludes he may be unfit for trial. Further investigation, however, reveals the crime was a well-planned statement against the section of Japan's criminal code granting diminished responsibility to the mentally impaired.