1984 / 3.5 / 110
This movie adaptation of George Orwell's novel follows the "reeducation" of two people who break the law in a totalitarian state by falling in love.
2004 / 136
This period drama tells the story of a small Texas mission where 200 men stood their ground for two weeks as they were attacked by Mexican forces. Texas. Born from a 13-day battle that turned ordinary men into heroes and peaceful colonists into revolutionaries.
2012 / 111
With the world's economy in dire straits, corporate protagonist Dagny Taggart searches for a solution amid the rubble of a long-abandoned factory. Big Business has its hands tied. The economy is failing. And the only people who can save it keep disappearing.
2006 / 101
When a local musician and his band are forced to perform in honor of a right-wing coup, his daughter schemes to make their music subversive instead.
2004 / 161
This docudrama based on the same-titled book tracks the aftermath of a 1993 bombing in Bombay through the eyes of a journalist covering the story.
1995 / 177
Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a local English lord's soldiers, which leads to an epic revolt. Love made him a leader. Freedom gave him purpose. And courage made him a legend. But not without a price.
2013 / 3.5 / 108
After private detective Billy Taggart informs the mayor of New York that his wife is having an affair, the woman's lover turns up dead. It's nice to know someone who can pull a few strings. Just hope he doesn't pull the one that frames you for murder.
2012 / 134
The underage prostitution scandal that rocked Sweden's government in 1976 serves as the inspiration for this political thriller. When corruption like this goes all the way to the top, how can you find justice for those at the bottom?
2010 / 158
Carlos the Jackal is a Venezuelan terrorist who executed scores of assassinations, abductions and bombings across Europe and the Middle East.
2008 / 3.3 stars / 102
Jamaican-born orphan Cass uses violence to propel himself to the top of a street gang. But a new love inspires Cass to try another direction in life. The quickest way to rule the streets is to strike fear in the heart of the enemy. But the enemy may return ...
2005 / 3.4 / 128
Justin Quayle, a member of the British High Commission based in Africa, begins his own international investigation when his wife is murdered. A diplomat in Africa suspects that his wife was murdered because she knew too much. Now he does too.
1997 / 3.4 / 111
Set on avenging his father's death, an Irish Republican Army terrorist sails to America on a mission to buy weapons from an underground arms dealer. Good New York cop landlord. Irish terrorist tenant. If stockpiling missiles doesn't get him evicted, nothing will.
2013 / 112
In the two years before her death, Princess Diana embarks on a vital campaign to ban landmines and on a passionate love affair with Dr. Hasnat Khan. It was a side of the people's princess that few knew: the final love story in a life cut tragically short.
2005 / 3.6 / 43
Corruption and murder throw the Roman Republic into chaos, and it's up to a fierce gladiator and Julius Caesar's successor to restore the empire. In ancient Rome, a loyal gladiator fights to protect the heir to the throne. But assassins are everywhere.
2015 / 85
The story of controversial figure Eva Peron continues after her death as her body is transported through a series of eerie and clandestine events.
2010 / 3.5 / 107
Valerie Plame finds her life, career and marriage in jeopardy when her own government leaks her status as a CIA operative in a political vendetta. She spied for her country. But when her husband blew the whistle on those in power, they blew her cover.
1982 / 188
Ben Kingsley stars as the diminutive attorney who stood up against British rule in India and became a global symbol of nonviolence and understanding. Peace, presence and humanity. Can these weapons help one man defeat an empire and free a nation?
1997 / 120
A tough female topographer trains with the elite Navy SEALs, but with a 60% dropout rate, no one expects her to survive the grueling regime. In the Navy, it's every man for himself. But when you're a woman, muscles and an attitude will only get you so far.
2005 / 92
Veteran television newsman Edward R. Murrow faces off against Sen. Joseph McCarthy and his crusade to quell the threat of communism in America. America was scared. One legendary newsman had the courage to stand up. Even when everything was on the line.
2004 / 116
Amid the holocaust of tribal fighting in Rwanda, one ordinary hotel manager musters the courage to save more than 1,000 refugees. He risked his life to save hundreds of others. It's true. It's horrific. And it happened in our lifetime.
2011 / 100
Dirty tricks stand to soil an ambitious young press spokesman's idealism in a cutthroat presidential campaign where "victory" is relative. This young upstart needs to learn the lesson that strong character and moral fortitude are handicaps in politics.
2011 / 3.6 stars / 104
Margaret Thatcher, the first female prime minister of Britain, navigates a career destined to change the rules of leadership and politics. There are women who broke down gender walls. And then there's former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
2006 / 97
This political satire centers on an idealistic soldier whose illicit friendship with a political prisoner leads him to rise up against the government. A credulous prison guard helps a revolutionary overthrow the autocratic regime. The new regime looks even worse.
2006 / 123
In the 1970s, Scottish doctor Nicholas Garrigan impresses brutal Ugandan dictator Idi Amin and becomes his personal physician.