Now Playing: KISS OF DEATH, MOULIN ROUGE and THE NAMESAKE
You like Nicolas Cage? Well, we’ve got Nicolas Cage at his Nicolas Cagey-est this week in two crime thrillers playing slightly off-kilter bad guys on opposite sides of the law (yes, one’s a cop!). If you’re in the mood for something a little more uplifting, we’ve also got a journey of cultural discovery and a Baz Luhrmann musical to maintain balance in our universe.
Every week, watch a different award winning film from festivals around the globe.
Only Werner Herzog could take the BAD LIEUTENANT film franchise to even greater depths, setting it in – where else? – post-Katrina New Orleans, where a coked-up lieutenant (Nicolas Cage) is charged with investigating the drug-fueled murder of an immigrant family.
Turn off the lights and lock the front door every Thursday at 10p as Sundance Channel brings you a unique thriller from genres across the board.
Every time David Caruso tries to get out, they pull him back in! Jimmy Kilmartin’s trying to give up his life of crime, but Little Junior (Nicolas Cage) asks him to pull one last job… and then the cops want his help catching Little Junior.
ROBERT REDFORD PRESENTS
An insightful introduction into a diverse array of thought provoking films brought to you by the man who made it all possible… Mr. Robert Redford presents…
American-born Gogol (Kal Penn) just wants to fit in with his American friends, causing friction with his Indian parents. But when his father finally tells him the story behind his name, it starts him on a personal journey to discover his heritage.
A night of uncut, uncensored, boundary-pushing fare sure to earn its TV-MA.
Gender roles and stereotypes are put on trial as Eve, a high-powered lawyer, is about to reach the pinnacle of her career. When her kleptomaniac sister threatens to upend her judicial appointment, it opens up a Pandora’s box of suppressed conflicts. Tilda Swinton stars alongside Amy Madigan.
1001 MOVIES YOU MUST SEE BEFORE YOU DIE
Spend Sunday Nights with a film that reminds you why you love the movies.
Baz Luhrmann’s singing, dancing spectacular spectacular is a visual and auditory feast for the senses, with a cheeky attitude and an earnest story about truth, beauty, freedom and above all, love.