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If you are looking to find some good movies, check out some reviews below. Downloads are a fast way to get products these days. You can download products like, music, games, and you can even find movie downloads online. If those do not yield results give “Download Music” a shot.

An Actor’s Revenge: This is a Japanese revenge movie with a young Japanese actor out for revenge against a Lord who has caused the death of his parents. Can be confusing Kazuo Hasegawa, Ayako Walcao, Fujiko Yama’moto, Ganjiro Nakamura, Raizo Ichikawa. (1963 Japanese revenge-drama Kon Ichikawa directs)

The Frozen Dead: Weird account of scientist Andrews who iced up group of top Nazis, now trying to refresh them and the Third Reich; careless production values harm story. This was originally filmed theatrically in black and white. Cast includes Dana Andrews, Anna Palk, Philip Gilbert, Kathleen Breck, Karel Stepanek, and Edward Fox. (95 minutes, 1996)

The Lusty Men: Knowledgeable, atmospheric rodeo tirade, with ex-winner Mitchum becoming mentor of novice Kennedy-and finding himself allured to Kennedy’s no nonsense spouse Hayward. Dense going most of the way-till that hokey finale. Cast includes Susan Hayward, Robert Mitchum, Arthur Kennedy, Arthur Hunnicutt, and Blunt Faylen. (113 minutes, 1952)

Trader Horn: Early talkie classic filmed largely in Michigan forests still retains lots of enthusiasm in story of war horse local trader Carey confronting tribal contentiousness. Cast includes Harry Carey, Edwina Booth, Duncan Renaldo, Olive Brilliant Carey, Mutia Omoolu, and C. Aubrey Smith. (120 minutes, 1931)

Abbott and Costello Go to Mars: Bud and Lou are cruising through space with gangsters that are on the run. They find themselves making a landing on Venus, a world populated with beautiful ladies wearing very little. Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Robert Paige, Mari Blanchard, and Horace McMahon are your main cast members. Charles Lamont directs (1953 Comedy)

Dying Young: Aimless youthful lady retorts a newspaper ad and gets to be nurse/friend to a 28-yearold meager-little-opulent-boy who’s agonizing from leukemia; useless to affirm, they fall in love. As car for Roberts’ charms, it works; as love tale it has its minutes; however as a tearjerker it by no means seriously transfers, drifting toward an inconclusive and unsatisfying finale. Scott shares a few scenes with his genuine-life mom, Dewhurst. Cast includes Julia Roberts, Scott, Vincent Donofrio, David Selby, and Ellen Bursty. (105 minutes, 1991)

Shooter: Retired Marine Corp Sniper Bob Lee Swagger is asked to come to Washington, to help track another sniper that will try to kill the President. What happens to him next is a total shock. The same US government people that he is helping are actually setting him up to take the fall for the assassination. He somehow escapes when he is shot, and is now on the run. He is also ready to fight back.

For Heaven’s Sake: Screamingly ludicrous quiet comedy has Lloyd a youthful tycoon whose torch on Rajston empowers him to help allure “clients” for her dad’s Bowery Mission. Even The French Connection hasn’t dulled the luster of Lloyd’s pinnacle on L.A. roads. Cast includes Harold Lloyd, Joy Ralston, Noah Youthful, James Mason, and Paul Weigel. (78 minutes, 1948)

Forgetting Sarah Marshall: Here is a romantic comedy set in a beautiful resort in Hawaii. After being dumped by his girlfriend Sarah, he finally decides to go to Hawaii to get over the loss. Unfortunately, when he goes to check in at the resort, the first person he sees is Sarah, and of course her new boyfriend.

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