A photographer moves with her boyfriend to a big and old house, where she will have to strengthen with the young stepdaughter. Unfortunately for them, that’s not the worst they will have to struggle within the house.
After the disappearance of a young Spanish tourist in a Colombian hotel, the girl’s family hire an eccentric investigator from Madrid to find her.
An American author goes to Vienna to work with his childhood friend, but arrives in the moment of this friend’s burial, after his sudden and mysterious death.
The life of Tre (Cuba Gooding Jr.), Rick (Morris Chestnut) and his brother Doughboy (Ice Cube), three young men growing up in the streets of Crenshaw, South Central Los Angeles, amidst school, gang violence, and police brutality.
After the killing of the coyotes and the escape of a group of domestic rabbits, a rabbit plague outbreak in a farm region, damaging the livelihood of the farmers.
In the attempt of solving the problem without using poison, a couple of scientists (Stuart Whitman and Janet Leigh) make things worse.
Mike (Omar Epps) remember the good times growing up in Inglewood with his two best friends, Roland (Taye Diggs) and Slim (Richard T. Jones), while Roland has second thoughts about his wedding.
A wanderer Samurai encounters a group of poor men who kidnaped the daughter of a magistrate. The Samurai then decide to help the men get their fair demands.
After choosing “Three Outlaw Samurai” to review, I was actually thinking about another movie: “Bloody Spear at Mount Fuji”, from 1955. Only after reading the synopsis, right before re-watching it, that I realized it was a different movie.