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The Priest’s Wife

Father Don Mario has pledged obedience and celibacy. Alas, the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. Especially when lovely Valeria Billi sets her dark brown eyes and romantic designs on him. Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni show why they are among the screen’s most celebrated duos in this film that’s part romantic comedy, part exploration of human and clerical frailties and 100% shiny star vehicle produced by Loren’s filmmaker husband Carlo Ponti. Loren, The New York Times later noted, “alternately married, divorced, seduced and pined after [Mastroianni] in a total of 12 movies. Of these the most famous were Marriage, Italian Style; The Priest’s Wife; and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.”

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The Priest’s Wife was originally published on Divine Aim

Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare

In this sixth return to the horrifying world of Nightmare on Elm Street, the town of Springwood decides to forever end Freddy Krueger’s deadly hold on their dreams. Freddy finally confronts the one person he has never been able to defeat, a psychologist who now learns the source of her lifelong nightmares–Freddy’s daughter–in Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare.

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Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare was originally published on Divine Aim

The Love Guide

A comedy about a woman who saves her chicken farm and her family by agreeing to be the subject of a “reality show” with a celebrity Hollywood weight loss expert. Both women change and discover the true meaning of success. All Rights Reserved. Phase 4 Films & trade; the Phase 4 Films logo & trade; and all related titles, logos and indicia are trademarks of Phase 4 Films Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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The Love Guide was originally published on Divine Aim

The Night of the Iguana (1964)

A defrocked Episcopal clergyman leads a bus-load of middle-aged Baptist women on a tour of the Mexican coast and comes to terms with the failure haunting his life.

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The Night of the Iguana (1964) was originally published on Divine Aim

The Last Play at Shea

Two New York icons meet for one final time in The Last Play at Shea, which chronicles the intersecting histories of the landmark Shea Stadium and the legendary performer Billy Joel. An engaging look at the highs and lows of the New York Mets and the music career of Joel, The Last Play at Shea interweaves interviews with player and performers with exclusive concert footage from the goodbye performances in July 2008. New York City serves as a background for those who were there – including Sting, Christie Brinkley, John Mayer, Garth Brooks, Tony Bennett and others – to share their stories of these electric summer nights. The film, narrated by New Yorker Alec Baldwin (TV’s “30 Rock”), also highlights a special performance by Paul McCartney.

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The Last Play at Shea was originally published on Divine Aim

The Cardinal

Youthful pride. Yearnings of the flesh. Moments of doubt. The courage of conviction. All enter into a dedicated American’s decades-long rise from priesthood to the leadership elite of the College of Cardinals. Otto Preminger presents The Cardinal, winner of a Golden Globe Best Picture Award and nominated for six 1963 Academy Awards, including Best Director. Typical of Preminger’s films, The Cardinal is packed with stars and issues. Tom Tryon, Carol Lynley, Ossie Davis, Burgess Meredith and Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner John Huston are players in a rich storyline embracing interfaith marriage, abortion, racism and war. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED (c) Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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The Cardinal was originally published on Divine Aim