Barry Levinson's Oscar-winning drama is a poignant exploration of family and connection, masterfully brought to life by the powerhouse duo of Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise. When the self-absorbed car dealer Charlie Babbitt (Cruise) discovers his estranged father's fortune is left to his autistic older brother Raymond (Hoffman), a cross-country journey reveals the complexity of family ties and the unexpected bonds that can form.
Hoffman delivers a transformative performance, capturing the nuances of autism with a sensitivity that resonates deeply.…
In the arid landscape of Arizona, a new voice emerges from the static of the airwaves—Mark Hunter (portrayed by the enigmatic Christian Slater), a bright yet shy teenager uprooted from the East Coast. Gifted with a short-wave radio by his unsuspecting parents, Mark transforms into the irreverent pirate DJ 'Happy Harry Hard-On,' a beacon of truth for his fellow high school students, and a thorn in the side of the autocratic Principal Loretta Crestwood (Annie Ross), whose tyranny over the…
The Time Lords send the Doctor (Tom Baker), Sarah-Jane (Elisabeth Sladen), and Harry (Ian Marter) to Skaro to prevent the creation of the Daleks. There, they encounter Davros (Michael Wisher), their creator, for the first time.
Without a doubt, Baker is the pillar that holds up this solid gold classic, with its engaging storyline and iconic moments, making it unequivocally one of the greatest serials in the show's history.
A British diplomat is trying to organize a peace conference to prevent World War III. While he is in his study, a soldier carrying a futuristic-looking pistol suddenly appears and holds him at gunpoint. However, before the soldier could fire the weapon, he then vanishes into thin air. Shaken by the experience, the diplomat tells his secretary that he has been visited by a ghost. Later, the Doctor (Jon Pertwee), Jo (Katy Manning), and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Nicholas Courtney) arrive at…