• I, Robot

  • Ice Age

    The Ice Age series of films are the highest grossing animated films in the history of the international marketplace. In total they have earned over $1.5 billion in overseas gross.

  • The Ice Storm

    Ang Lee’s searing look at the new suburbia.

  • Idiocracy

    From the brilliant mind of Mike Judge. Los Angeles Times: “spot on” satire and a “pitch-black, bleakly hilarious vision of an American future.”

  • In America

  • In Her Shoes

  • Independence Day

    Landed the covers of Time and Newsweek simultaneously.

  • John Tucker Must Die

  • Jumper

  • Just Married

  • Kingdom Of Heaven

  • Kinsey

    Daring account of sexual pioneer Alfred Kinsey. Laura Linney won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role.

  • Knight And Day

  • La Bamba

  • The Lady in the Van

  • Last Emperor

    Academy Award for Best Picture, 1988.

  • The Last King Of Scotland

    Best Actor Academy Award to Forest Whitaker for his terrifying performance as Dictator Idi Amin.

  • League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen

  • The Legend Of Bagger Vance

  • A Life Less Ordinary

  • Like Mike

  • Little Miss Sunshine

    An AFI Awards “Movie of the Year.” Nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, winning two: Best Original Screenplay for Michael Arndt and Best Supporting Actor for Alan Arkin.

  • Live Free Or Die Hard

  • Longtime Companion

    The first American mainstream film portrayal of AIDS. In addition to a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination, Bruce Davison won a Golden Globe, an Independent Spirit Award, a National Society of Film Critics award, and a New York Film Critics Circle award for Best Supporting Actor.

  • Looking For Richard

    Al Pacino demonstrating that acting is not his only creative ability.

  • Love & Other Drugs

  • The Madness Of King George

    The brilliance of Alan Bennett, Nick Hytner and Nigel Hawthorne. AA nominations for Hawthorne for Best Actor and Helen Mirren for Best Actress, and for Best Screenplay.

  • Man On Fire

  • Margaret

  • Marley & Me

  • Martha Marcy May Marlene

  • Me, Myself And Irene

  • Millions

  • Mississippi Masala

    Mira Nair demonstrating her unparalleled gift for cultural insight.

  • Money Monster

  • Mr. & Mrs. Smith

    $478 million worldwide in worldwide box office was nothing compared to the impact from the collision of its two stars. Not since Liz and Dick…

  • Mr. Popper’s Penguins

  • Mr. Wonderful

    Little known gem from the early years of Anthony Minghella.

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    One of the most financially successful Shakespeare films ever. The New York Times praised Kenneth Branagh’s direction and called it “ravishing entertainment.”

  • Napoleon Dynamite

    Vote for Pedro.

  • Newton Boys

  • Night At The Museum

    The American Museum of Natural History credits the film with increasing its seasonal visitorship by almost 20%.

  • Notes On A Scandal

  • The Object Of My Affection

  • Office Space

    Proof positive of the insightful genius of Mike Judge. A failure in its initial theatrical release, it went on to true cult classic status.

  • Once

    Proof that audiences don’t care what a movie costs to make, only how it makes them feel. Won the 2007 Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film. Hansard and Irglová’s song “Falling Slowly” won the 2007 Academy Award for Best Original Song. Became a hit play on Broadway.


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