Geraldine Chaplin is an American actress who is best known for her Golden Globe nominated performances in films such as ‘Chaplin’ and ‘Doctor Zhivago’. Born in California, USA, to Charlie Chaplin and his wife Oona O’Neill, Geraldine started her career with modelling and dancing. She made her acting debut with the 1952 film ‘Limelight’ and had her first major breakthrough with the leading role in the film ‘Doctor Zhivago’ in 1965. In the next two decades, she appeared in many universally acclaimed and award winning performances in films such as ‘Nashville’, ‘Welcome to L.A.’, ‘Chaplin’ and ‘Casino Royale’.
Not only limited to appearing in English language films, Geraldine Chaplin appeared in many acclaimed European films such as ‘Life is a Bed of Roses’, ‘Les Uns et les Autres’ and Love on the Ground’. She has consistently appeared in foreign films and lately she gave a Goya Award winning performance in the Spanish horror film ‘The Orphanage’.
The age-old tale of romance is set against the backdrop of World War I, the 1917 Russian revolution, and the Russian Civil War. Yuri Zhivago is in love with Lara, who ends up marrying Pasha Antipov. Zhivago marries Tonya. Years later, fate brings Yuri and Lara back together again only to cruelly tear them apart.
Benigno, a male nurse who fell in love with Alicia after seeing her dance, becomes her caregiver after she ends up in coma following a car accident. When journalist Marco comes to the hospital with his comatose girlfriend, bullfighter Lydia, the two men bond and Benigno encourages Marco to talk to Lydia like he does to Alicia.
Originally titled L'Amour par terre, this is a French language film, showing a man leading a group of people he has collected from the street into a house, where a play is being enacted and amid this chaos, the play’s author is silently auditioning for his new play to be held in an empty mansion. Once there, two actresses start having unusual visions.
It is the biopic of master of comedy, the genius filmmaker Charles Chaplin. The ageing legend talks to the editor of his autobiography about his life, starting from his modest childhood days in South London to his rise in the world of cinema. The film re-creates his tempestuous personal life, issues with authorities, exile from the US, and finally, an Oscar tribute.
Based on the true story of María Belón, Lo imposible follows Maria and Henry Bennet and their family during a holiday in Khao Lak, Thailand, when the devastating 2004 tsunami waves destroy the area. Separated by the waves and injured, the family must find their way back to each other amidst all the death and destruction.
El Orfanato or The Orphanage centers on Laura who returns to the closed orphanage where she was adopted from. When her adopted son Simon goes missing, horrific details about former orphanage worker Benigna who murdered all the children are revealed. Laura must communicate with the spirits of the children to find out about Simon.
With his single mother terminally ill, thirteen year old Conor is in great stress. He not only has to manage the household during his mother’s hospital trips, but also deal with tormenting classmates at school. Although he has a grandmother, he finds her rather cold. Friendless and alone, he finally finds an alley in a tree-monster, who comes calling on him.
This romantic drama film revolves around a lawyer, Newland Archer, who is happily engaged to May. His life however turns upside down when he meets and falls in love with her cousin, a woman separated from her husband.
Construction worker, Neil Curry, is now a happy man, leading a contented life with his second wife Barbara. But it all comes to end with the arrival of Emily, his chain-smoking first wife, who wants her husband back. Recently been released from prison after serving a twelve-year sentence for murdering his ex-girlfriend, she also seeks revenge.
The movie is set in future when earth is heavily populated and smog filled. The Government adopts a policy of Z.P.G - zero population growth – and issues a ban on pregnancies for the next three decades. Violators of the law face death penalty. Despite this, a couple, dissatisfied with robot baby, decides to go ahead and have a real child.
Based on the James A. Michener 1959 novel Hawaii, this movie is a sequel to 1969's Hawaii. The plot involves a seafarer, Whip Hoxworth, who returns home to discovers that his grandfather has bequeathed all his property to his cousin. Reluctant to join his cousin, he begins his own pineapple plantation. The story also follows a Chinese immigrant Nyuk Tsin who begins her new life in this new island.
Carroll Barber arrives in Los Angeles to record an album. His aging manager, Susan, wants to rekindle their old relationship. But Carroll turns out to be a womanizer sleeping with one woman after another. Ultimately, he is rejected by everyone and finds that the album will not be finished.
This 1977 anthology film features three connected short stories and follows their protagonists as they try to find the right dance partner at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City.
There are no humans on Isla Nublar and remaining dinosaurs roam around the island. When a threat to the survival of these dinosaurs presents itself in the form of a dormant volcano that is on the verge of eruption, Claire and Owen come together to save the species from extinction. However, a conspiracy is unfolding that can destroy the planet’s way of life.
Lawrence Talbot, who moved to America following a childhood trauma, returns to his estranged father's estate in England after learning that his brother is missing. He is soon bitten and cursed by a werewolf and is worried about the safety of Ben's fiancée Gwen, while an investigating inspector suspects his past mental instability for the recent killings.
Rayne, who is half-human and half-vampire, escapes from the freak show, in which she once took part. She eventually teams up with a team of vampire slayers to kill the man who raped her mother.