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Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (film)

Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is a 2006 German period psychological thriller film directed by Tom Tykwer and starring Ben Whishaw, Alan Rickman, Rachel Hurd-Wood, and Dustin Hoffman. Tykwer, with Johnny Klimek and Reinhold Heil, also composed ...

Possessed by the Night

Possessed by the Night is a 1994 erotic thriller directed by Fred Olen Ray, who also co-wrote and had a brief appearance in the film. It also stars Shannon Tweed.

Half Light (film)

Half Light is a 2005 British mystery-horror drama film starring Demi Moore and Hans Matheson. It was directed by Craig Rosenberg, who also penned the screenplay. The score was composed by Craigs brother, Brett Rosenberg.

The Darwin Awards (film)

The Darwin Awards is a 2006 American adventure comedy film based on the website of the same name written and directed by Finn Taylor, the film premiered January 25, 2006, at the Sundance Film Festival. The film features Joseph Fiennes, Winona Ryd ...

Invincible (2006 film)

Invincible is a 2006 American sports drama film directed by Ericson Core. It is based on the true story of Vince Papale, who played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1976 to 1978 with the help of his coach, Dick Vermeil. The film was released in t ...

Jackass Number Two

Jackass Number Two is a 2006 American reality comedy film directed by Jeff Tremaine. It is the sequel to Jackass: The Movie, both based upon the MTV series Jackass. Like its predecessor and the original television show, the film is a compilation ...

Saraband

Saraband is a 2003 Swedish drama film directed by Ingmar Bergman, and his final film. It was made for Swedish television, but released theatrically in a longer cut outside Sweden. Its United States theatrical release, with English subtitles, was ...

Sensation (film)

Sensation is a 1936 British crime film directed by Brian Desmond Hurst and starring John Lodge, Diana Churchill, Francis Lister and Felix Aylmer. The screenplay concerns a crime reporter who solves a murder case using a piece of evidence he found ...

Heart (disambiguation)

A heart is a muscular organ that pumps blood in various species. Heart may also refer to: Heart symbol, a symbol ♥ representing love, the organ, or a card suit

The Derby Stallion

Patrick McCardle Zac Efron is a fifteen-year-old who is forced to play baseball by his former baseball player dad William R. Moses. Patrick doesnt know what to do with his life. When he skips ball practice one day, he visits his friend Houston Jo ...

Sonhos de Peixe

Sonhos de Peixe is a 2006 film by Kirill Mikhanovsky. It premiered on May 21, 2006 in the International Critics Week competition at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

Ask the Dust (film)

Ask the Dust is a 2006 American-German romantic drama film based on the book Ask the Dust by John Fante. The film was written and directed by Robert Towne. Tom Cruise served as one of the films producers. The film was released on a limited basis ...

Son (disambiguation)

Saugeen Ojibway Nation, a group of First Nations in Canada Son, Norway, a village in Norway Son River also Sone, a tributary of the Ganges in central India Son River Vietnam, a river in Vietnam Santo-Pekoa International Airport in Vanuatu, IATA C ...

Taxidermia

Taxidermia is a 2006 surrealist comedy-drama horror film directed by Gyorgy Palfi. An international co-production of Hungary, Austria and France, the film is a metaphorical socio-political retelling of Hungarys history from the Second World War t ...

Telefon (film)

Telefon is a 1977 spy film directed by Don Siegel and starring Charles Bronson, Lee Remick and Donald Pleasence. The screenplay by Peter Hyams and Stirling Silliphant is based on the 1975 novel by Walter Wager.

Mojave Phone Booth

Mojave Phone Booth is an independently produced 2006 film directed by John Putch. The film is based on a real phone booth in the Mojave Desert that once accepted incoming calls, but has since been removed. The film is composed of the intertwined ...

Three (2006 film)

Three is a 2006 Christian horror thriller film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Ted Dekker. Directed by Robby Henson and written by Alan B. McElroy, it stars Marc Blucas, Justine Waddell, Max Ryan, and Bill Moseley. It was shot on loca ...

Tristan & Isolde (film)

Tristan & Isolde is a 2006 epic romantic drama film directed by Kevin Reynolds and written by Dean Georgaris based on the medieval romantic legend of Tristan and Isolde. Produced by Ridley Scott and Tony Scott, the film stars James Franco and Sop ...

The Killing of John Lennon

The Killing of John Lennon is a 2006 American-British biographical drama film about Mark David Chapmans plot to kill musician John Lennon. The film was written and directed by Andrew Piddington and stars Jonas Ball, Robert C. Kirk and Thomas A. M ...

Factotum (film)

Factotum is a 2005 French-Norwegian drama film co-written and directed by Bent Hamer, adapted from the 1975 novel of the same name by Charles Bukowski. It stars Matt Dillon as Bukowski’s alter ego, Henry Chinaski. Although events in the book take ...

Flanders (film)

Flanders is a 2006 French drama film, written and directed by Bruno Dumont. It tells the story of Demester, a man whose girlfriend betrays him out of frustration with his lack of emotion. Demester is then sent to war, in an unnamed Middle Eastern ...

The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things

The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things is a 2004 drama film co-written and directed by Asia Argento and starring Argento, Jimmy Bennett, Dylan Sprouse, and Cole Sprouse. The screenplay by Argento and Alessandro Magania is based on JT LeRoys nove ...

Man of the Year (2006 film)

Man of the Year is a 2006 American political satire film directed and written by Barry Levinson, produced by James G. Robinson, and starring Robin Williams. The film also features Christopher Walken, Laura Linney, Lewis Black, and Jeff Goldblum. ...

Delirious (2006 film)

Delirious is a 2006 film directed by Tom DiCillo. It stars Steve Buscemi, Michael Pitt and Alison Lohman. It is the story of twenty-year-old Toby Grace Michael Pitt who progresses from a homeless scavenger in New York City to the assistant of a n ...

Black Christmas

Black Christmas may refer to: Black Christmas 2006 film, a remake of the original Black Christmas 2019 film, a remake Black Christmas 1974 film, A Canadian slasher horror film Black Christmas Hong Kong – the surrender after the Battle of Hong Kon ...

Sheitan (film)

Sheitan is a 2006 French erotic comedy horror film directed by debutant director Kim Chapiron. It was written by Kim and Christian Chapiron. It stars and was co-produced by Vincent Cassel. His then-wife Monica Bellucci makes a cameo appearance in ...

Little Man (2006 film)

Little Man is a 2006 American crime comedy film written, produced and directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans, and also written and produced by Wayans Brothers Marlon and Shawn Wayans, who also both starred in the lead roles. The film co stars Kerry Wash ...

Wide Sargasso Sea (2006 film)

Wide Sargasso Sea is a British television adaptation of Jean Rhyss 1966 novel of the same name. Produced by Kudos Film & Television for BBC Wales, the one-off 90-minute drama was first broadcast on digital television channel BBC Four on 9 October ...

Exorcism: The Possession of Gail Bowers

Exorcism: The Possession of Gail Bowers is a 2006 direct-to-DVD horror film by The Asylum, written and directed by Leigh Scott. It is considered to be a mockbuster of the 2005 film The Exorcism of Emily Rose.

Atomised (film)

Atomised is a 2006 German film based on the novel Les Particules elementaires by Michel Houellebecq. The film was written and directed by Oskar Roehler and produced by Oliver Berben and Bernd Eichinger. It stars Moritz Bleibtreu as Bruno, Christi ...

Taegukgi (film)

Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War is a 2004 South Korean wartime action drama film directed by Kang Je-gyu. It stars Jang Dong-gun and Won Bin and tells the story of two brothers who are forcibly drafted into the South Korean army at the outbreak ...

Densha Otoko (film)

Densha Otoko is a 2005 Japanese film, starring Takayuki Yamada and Miki Nakatani. It is part of the Densha Otoko franchise. The film was a big success at the box office, making the story of Densha Otoko popular. It was directed by Shosuke Murakam ...

Archangel (2005 film)

Archangel is a television adaptation of the 1998 novel of the same name by Robert Harris. Made by the BBC in 2005, it was filmed in the city of Arkhangelsk.

The Baxter

The Baxter is a 2005 film written by, directed by and starring American comedian Michael Showalter. A" Baxter”, as defined by the film, is the nice, dull guy in a romantic comedy who is dumped at the end of the story for the protagonist. Much lig ...

In My Father's Den (film)

In My Fathers Den is a 2004 New Zealand film written and directed by Brad McGann and starring Matthew Macfadyen and Emily Barclay. It is based on the novel of the same title by Maurice Gee. The film was released in October 2004 to glowing reviews.

Cry Wolf (2005 film)

Cry Wolf is a 2005 American slasher film directed by Jeff Wadlow, co-written by Wadlow and Beau Bauman, and starring Julian Morris, Jon Bon Jovi, Lindy Booth, Jared Padalecki and Gary Cole. The film follows a group of teenagers at a remote elite ...

Feed (2005 film)

Feed is a 2005 Australian crime-horror film directed by Brett Leonard. The plot involves a police investigation of non-consensual feederism. The film explores themes of love, dominance and submission. The case within the film bears many similarit ...

Hercules (disambiguation)

Hercules beetle Hercules bear, the Scottish wrestling bear Hercules liger, the worlds largest living cat Hercules moth, of family Saturniidae Hercules parrot, a giant fossil parrot species from New Zealand

The Damned (1969 film)

The Damned is a 1969 Italian-German historical drama film written and directed by Luchino Visconti. The plot centers on the Essenbecks, a wealthy industrialist family who have begun doing business with the Nazi Party, a thinly veiled reference to ...

The Axe (film)

The Axe is a French-Belgian-Spanish film from 2005 by Greek-French director Costa-Gavras, starring Jose Garcia, Karin Viard and Olivier Gourmet. The film is an adaptation of the 1997 novel The Ax by Donald E. Westlake, and follows the attempts by ...

Skritek

Skeitek is a Czech comedy film. It was released in 2005. It could be called a "feature butcherly slapstick". Skeitek is a slapstick film, so the dialogues are substituted for interjections and all the sounds are stylised. Tomas Vorel decided to f ...

Iki Genç Kız

Iki Genç Kız is a Golden Orange awarded 2005 Turkish film by Kutluğ Ataman, produced by Gulen Guler Hurley, starring Feride Çetin, Vildan Atasever and Hulya Avsar. The book is based on Perihan Mağdens novel Iki Genç Kızın Romanı, and it follows t ...

Jersey Girl (2004 film)

Jersey Girl is a 2004 American comedy-drama film written, co-edited and directed by Kevin Smith. It stars Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler, George Carlin, Stephen Root, Mike Starr and Raquel Castro. The film follows a young man who must take care of his pr ...

The Children of Leningradsky

The Children of Leningradsky is a 2005 Polish short documentary film about a community of homeless children living in the Leningradsky railway station in Moscow. Directed by Andrzej Celinski and Hanna Polak, it was nominated for an Academy Award ...

Proof

Proof may refer to: Proof theory, a branch of mathematical logic that represents proofs as formal mathematical objects Galley proof, a preliminary version of a publication Proof truth, argument or sufficient evidence for the truth of a propositio ...

Beauty (disambiguation)

Beauty Belle, a central character in the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast and adaptations Beauty, the main character in The Sleeping Beauty Quartet, a series of novels by Anne Rice writing as A. N. Roquelaure Beauty, anime/manga series character f ...

Crazy (disambiguation)

Crazy 2007 film, directed by Rick Bieber C.R.A.Z.Y., a 2005 film directed and co-written by Jean-Marc Vallee Crazy 2000 film, a 2000 film directed by Hans-Christian Schmid The Crazies 1973 film, a film about a biological weapons effects on a smal ...

A Love Song for Bobby Long

A Love Song for Bobby Long is a 2004 American drama film written and directed by Shainee Gabel. The screenplay is based on the novel Off Magazine Street by Ronald Everett Capps. Set in New Orleans, the film stars John Travolta and Scarlett Johans ...

Viva Cuba

Viva Cuba is a 2005 Cuban film, directed by Juan Carlos Cremata and Iraida Malberti Cabrera, and written by Cremata and Manolito Rodriguez. It was the first Cuban film to be awarded the Grand Prix Ecrans Juniors’ for childrens cinema at the 2005 ...

La Marseillaise (film)

La Marseillaise is a film about the early part of the French Revolution. The film was directed by Jean Renoir. La Marseillaise is shown from the eyes of the citizens of Marseille, counts in German exile and, of course the king Louis XVI each show ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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