Believing they have left behind shadowy figures from their past, newlyweds Christian and Ana fully embrace an inextricable connection and shared life of luxury. But just as she steps into her role as Mrs. Grey and he relaxes into an unfamiliar stability, new threats could jeopardize their happy ending before it even begins.
When college senior Anastasia Steele steps in for her sick roommate to interview prominent businessman Christian Grey for their campus paper, little does she realize the path her life will take. Christian, as enigmatic as he is rich and powerful, finds himself strangely drawn to Ana, and she to him. Though sexually inexperienced, Ana plunges headlong into an affair -- and learns that Christian's true sexual proclivities push the boundaries of pain and pleasure.
When a wounded Christian Grey tries to entice a cautious Ana Steele back into his life, she demands a new arrangement before she will give him another chance. As the two begin to build trust and find stability, shadowy figures from Christian’s past start to circle the couple, determined to destroy their hopes for a future together.
Two bickering mercenaries are hired by the CIA to overthrow a South East Asian dictator.
An inexperienced college student meets a wealthy businessman whose sexual practices put a strain on their relationship.
FIFTY captures a few pivotal days in the lives of four Nigeria women at the pinnacle of their careers. Meet Tola, Elizabeth, Maria and Kate four friends forced at midlife to take inventory of their personal lives, while juggling careers and family against the sprawling backdrops of the upper middle-class neighbourhoods of Ikoyi and Victoria Island in Lagos. They live and work in the resurgent, ever-bustling, 24-hour megacity of Lagos, the commercial capital of Africa's biggest and most vibrant economy.
Based on Martin McGartland's real life story as a informant for the British Police to spy on the IRA. Taking place from 1987-1991, Martin (Jim Sturgess) works his way up the ranks of the IRA, while keeping his informant with the police Fergis (Ben Kingsley) at bay. In the process he saved numerous lives and is still in hiding from the IRA today.
A combination of unfortunate circumstances force Darren into the situation where he has to sell off the eponymous stash of drugs in a limited time frame.
Samson sells a magazine on the streets of Düsseldorf called "Fifty-Fifty". Half the proceeds from each sale go to the magazine's homeless seller. It is the run-up to Christmas and his presence is far from welcome inside the posh new department store, 'Sevens', on Düsseldorf's upmarket shopping street, the "Kö".No sooner does he enter the store than he is shown the door again. Outside in the open air, the chilliest, darkest places await him. His is a fate that has become a commonplace occurrence; it is documented in this film without sentimentality or self-pity.
Warren Miller's 50th ski movie.
Fifty Shades Uncovered is a brand new feature documentary filmed in London and New York which explores the twilight zone of submissive romance and the power of the Fifty Shades of Grey film and books. Featuring the latest interviews from authors, stars and fans, take an in-depth look into why this trilogy has become such a runaway success, whether classified as erotic fiction, adult romance or mommy porn, it lifts the lid on a cultural and sexual phenomenon that won’t be restrained as it reaches world domination!
A 1916 film directed by Allan Dwan.
In this Israeli comedy, the baker has half a winning lottery ticket, and his deceased partner has the other. In order to benefit from winning, somebody needs to put the two together. The baker searches stealthily for the missing half, so do the dead partner's son-in-law and a group of thieves who hear of this potential windfall. There is some slapstick as this group chases one or another of its member through the streets and shops of Tel-Aviv
A Soviet KGB agents are trying to prevent British-American operation of stealing information about an important scientific project from USSR.
During a holiday get-a-way to Palm Springs, two fifty year-old men find unexpected results while trying to re-live their younger days in this comic coming of age story about the coming of age.
What happens in the mountains, stay in the mountains. Giant Mountains are truly the spice of local highlanders who live here, whether any season. Skier with one leg, the legendary womanizer adorned with infertility, the bartender with a penchant for divination... And Pavka, the oldest living member of a traditional cross-country Bulán family.
A therapist must negotiate for his life when a vexed patient draws a pistol.
Darren, a keen gambler, finds himself having to escort an unknown woman on the other side of Paris for a Mafioso. Struggling with the implications of his involvement in the affair, Darren is forced to reconsider his values.
Fifty Years Of Music is a one-off BBC Television production, broadcast to coincide with the BBC's Fiftieth Anniversary in 1972. Originally broadcast on BBC 2 on 6 November 1972, from 8:50 – 10:05pm, it was later repeated on BBC1 on 27 December 1972, at 5:45pm. The show was recorded in October 1972 at the BBC Television Centre and featured music from each of the five decades since the BBC's inception. The musical direction was provided by Alyn Ainsworth and the BBC Concert Orchestra. The Young Generation troupe provided dancing and vocal support. The artists taking part were: Lulu, who performed songs from the 1920s. The 1930s were represented by Henry Hall with Alyn Ainsworth and the Orchestra recreating the big band sounds of the era. Vera Lynn and Cliff Richard sang hits from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, including many of their own chart successes, as well as other hits from the era. Gilbert O'Sullivan and The New Seekers covered the 1970s, while The New Seekers also performed a medley of songs from the 1950s to the 1970s, including songs by Nat King Cole, Perry Como, Teresa Brewer and The Everly Brothers. The show ended with all the participating acts singing parts of a song specially commissioned from Gilbert O'Sullivan, called What Have We Got?