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Philadelphia (1993) -- (Movie Clip) The Very Fabric Of Our Society The last of the credits and the opening from director and co-producer Jonathan Demme, introducing Tom Hanks in what would be the first of his consecutive Academy Award-winning roles, opposed by Denzel Washington as lawyer Joe Miller, Roberta Maxwell the judge, in Philadelphia, 1993.
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) -- (Movie Clip) I Didn't Realize You Knew Each Other Now in Hamburg, posing as a banker but actually there to investigate global terror instigated by Carver (Jonathan Pryce) for the launch of his global news network, Bond (Pierce Brosnan) makes contact with Carver’s wife Paris (Teri Hatcher), his ex-lover, leading to smoldering conflict, Michelle Yeoh as mysterious Wai-Lin, in Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997.
End Of The Affair, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Like Planes On Fire Several months into their London wartime affair, with American Maurice (Van Johnson) spotting the first German buzz-bombs, placing events firmly in June, 1944, he and his married lover Sarah (Deborah Kerr) must decide the safest course, in Edward Dmytryk’s The End Of The Affair, 1955, from the Graham Greene novel.
End Of The Affair, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Are You Miserable? The war ended and a year after Sarah, his married lover, broke up with him, American writer Maurice (Van Johnson) is back in London where he meets her husband, his friend, Henry MIles (Peter Cushing), who has not been well, Edward Dmytryk directing, on location, from Graham Greene’s novel, in The End Of The Affair, 1955.
Lawnmower Man, The (1992) -- (Movie Clip) Doing Penance All Night Introduction of co-star Jeff Fahey as Jobe who, we learn, is a marginally functional adult living in a maintenance shed behind a church, looked over by his older brother (Geoffrey Lewis), the character loosely derived from the Steven King story which was the basis for the title, if not the story, in the virtual-reality sci-fi thriller The Lawnmower Man, 1992.
Remains Of The Day, The (1993) -- (Movie Clip) One Doesn't Do That Lord Darlington (James Fox), with friends, observes the accident with Mr. Stevens senior (Peter Vaughan), then consults with his son, the butler Mr. Stevens the younger (Anthony Hopkins), in The Remains Of The Day, 1993.
Remains Of The Day, The (1993) -- (Movie Clip) Dignity In Keeping... Mr. Stevens the younger (Anthony Hopkins) holding forth at the servants' meal with Charlie (Ben Chaplin), Mr. Stevens senior (Peter Vaughan) and Miss Kenton (Emma Thompson) in The Remains Of The Day, 1993, from Ismail Merchant and James Ivory.
Places In The Heart (1984) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Shoot You Myself Texas, 1934, newly widowed Edna (Sally Field) visits her sister (Lindsay Crouse) sort of looking for work, then receives Moze (Danny Glover), an able farm hand who stole from her, and deputy Jack (Jerry Haynes) in Places In The Heart, 1984.
Room With A View, A (1986) -- (Movie Clip) You'd Have To Fly Over The Wall Touring Florence, at the Piazza della Signoria, producer Ismail Merchant and director James Ivory working from the E.M. Forster novel, as Lucy (Helena Bonham Carter) observes Italian street action, and is rescued by rogue-ish George (Julian Sands), in A Room With A View 1986.
Room With A View, A (1986) -- (Movie Clip) I Promessi Sposi Following her eventful trip to Florence, we meet the brother and mother (Rupert Graves, Rosemary Leach) of Lucy (Helena Bonham-Carter) and Daniel Day-Lewis, who’s become her fiancè, which doesn’t please the vicar Beebe (Simon Callow), in the Merchant-Ivory breakthrough feature A Room With A View 1986.
Room With A View, A (1986) -- (Movie Clip) We Have No View Straight to the topic, we meet Lucy (Helena Bonham Carter), her chaperone (Maggie Smith) and their less polite but equally English fellows (Denholm Elliott, Julian Sands as the Emersons), ca. 1908, at a Florentine pensione, Judi Dench also dining, opening the Merchant-Ivory hit from the E.M. Forster novel, A Room With A View 1986.
Dreamgirls -- (2006) -- (Movie Clip) Fake Your Way To The Top We’ve just met Eddie Murphy as James “Thunder” Early, Danny Glover his manager, Jamie Foxx as Curtis who’s just made himself manager of the “Dreamettes” (Beyoncè Knowles, Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson), who meet with the star’s approval, song by Henry Krieger and Tom Eyen, in Dreamgirls , 2006.