Screen icon Sean Connery (The Offence, Meteor) and leads an all-star cast that includes Brooke Adams (Man on Fire), Jack Weston (Fuzz), Hector Elizondo (Taking of Pelham One Two Three), Denholm Elliott (The Wicked Lady), Chris Sarandon (Fright Night) and Martin Balsam (After the Fox) in this sweeping story about two old flames who become caught up in the turbulence and exhilaration of Cuba's 1959 revolution.
When her father is hanged for killing his wife, the stunning beauty Pearl (Jennifer Jones) is taken in by a wealthy Texan, his wife and their two grown sons (Gregory Peck and Joseph Cotten). But Pearl soon becomes trapped in an emotional tug-of-war between her love for one son and her lust for the other. Duel in the Sun was nominated for 2 Academy Awards®.
Taken for granted by her Catholic Italian family, innocent Macy’s salesgirl Angie Rossini (Natalie Wood) seeks solace in the arms of a charming and footloose jazz musician, Rocky Papasano (Steve McQueen). She becomes pregnant and doesn’t expect Rocky to marry her; she just needs his help to raise the money for an illegal abortion, while her family pressures her to marry gormless Anthony Columbo (Tom Bosley). Nominated for 5 Academy Awards®.
After serving half of a prison sentence for accidental manslaughter, Mary Marshall (Ginger Rogers) is allowed a holiday furlough to visit her family. Keeping her history a secret, she falls in love with a kindhearted G.I. (Joseph Cotten) who's struggling to overcome post-traumatic stress disorder.
Under the guise of an off-kilter New York romantic comedy, Keep the Change does something quite radical in offering a refreshingly honest portrait of a community seldom depicted on the big screen.
When college superstar Antoine Tyler (Kadeem Hardison) dies unexpectedly, the dream of winning an NCAA Championship alongside his younger brother Kenny (Marlon Wayans) dies with him... or so it seems. Suddenly, Antoine stands to make the greatest comeback of all time... as a ghost who becomes the team's invisible "sixth man."
W.C. Fields plays Elmer Prettywillie, a druggist kept awake by clamorous garbage collectors, a nosy woman seeking a 2-cent stamp, bogus land deals, and phony fortunes.
On the run from her family, the police and a terrible secret, an attractive young woman (Winona Ryder) suddenly appears at an exclusive prep school, searching for a safe place to hide. But when a rebellious student (Lukas Haas, Brick, Witness) helps to keep her identity a secret, they soon find themselves intimately involved... with time running out and the authorities closing in!
When Bea Asher (Maureen Stapleton) is suddenly widowed, her comfortable life is shattered and all that lies ahead of her is a future of lonely independence. But this all changes when she meets Al Green (Charles Durning) at the Stardust Ballroom where he teaches her not only how to dance...but how to love again.