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Release: April 06, 1973
Megashare Dzhentlmeny udachi (1973)
A kindergarten director Troshkin is a dead ringer for a criminal nicknamed "Docent" who stole the priceless headpiece of Alexander the Great during an archaeological expedition. But after militia "inputs" Troshkin into the criminal environment he has nothing left to do but to carefully play out the part of his "evil twin".
Director: Aleksandr Seryj
Cast: Aleksandr Lebedev, Aleksandr Lukyanov, Aleksei Vanin, Anatoli Papanov, Erast Garin, Evgeni Leonov, Galina Mikeladze, Georgiy Vitsin, Lyubov Sokolova, Natalya Fateyeva, Natalya Vorobyova, Nikolay Olyalin, Oleg Vidov, Pavel Shpringfeld, Radner Muratov, Roman Filippov, Saveli Kramarov, Svetlana Starikova, Vladimir Protasenko, Vyacheslav Gostinsky, Yekateri
Release: October 27, 2009
Megashare 2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages (2009)
Is December 21, 2012 the end of the world as we know it? Climate change seems inevitable with countless hurricanes, earthquakes and innumerable disasters around the globe in recent years. What did the ancient Maya know and why did they place such significance on this date? As we near the final date of the Mayan Calendar, mankind must face what is perhaps the most difficult hurdle of all - a profound change in ourselves. This enigmatic film unveils the other side to the 2012 engima;* The Underlying Mystery of 2012* The True Nature of Time* Current Evolution of the Human Mind. Starring: Philip Coppens Director: Geoff Stray, Philip Gardiner
Release: January 01, 2009
Megashare Global Warming or Global Governance? (2009)
If you were to ask ten people on the street if mankind was causing global warming, at least eight out of ten would say yes. After all, Al Gores Inconvenient Truth provides incontrovertible "evidence" that this is the case. Yet, contrary to what is heard in the media, there is overwhelming evidence that the warming we are experiencing is natural, with maybe a small amount contributed by mans activities. Nor is there any scientific consensus. The debate is still raging within the scientific community. Sovereignty International has put together interviews of climate scientists and biologists from numerous sources who explain, step by step, why Al Gore and the global warming alarmists are incorrect. In some cases, blatantly so. It also provides evidence that the global warming agenda is being funded with tens of billions of dollars as a mechanism to create global governance. Hear from congressmen, experts and even well-known news broadcasters how global governance puts global institutions that are not accountable to the American people in control of every aspect of our economy. The U.S. government is very close to making this a reality. Very close. Every American, every citizen of the world, needs to hear the other side of the global warming story.
Megashare Becket (1964)
As the story opens, King Henry II, who ruled England from 1154 to 1189 has entered Canterbury Cathedral to do penance at the tomb of his former friend, Thomas . Bare to the waist, the king kneels to receive a flogging from Saxon monks. He begins to reminisce, recalling at first the carefree, promiscuous adventures with , then his favorite drinking and wenching companion. A violently emotional drama that probes the changing relationship between two young men - between two close friends bound together by similar pride of flesh and spirit who become deadly enemies as they pursue their separate destinies . . . that of king . . . and saint.
Director: Peter Glenville
Cast: Alex Scott, Christopher Rhodes, David Davenport, David Weston, Donald Wolfit, Edward Woodward, Felix Aylmer, Frank Pettingell, Frederick Piper, Geoffrey Bayldon, Gerald Lawson, Gino Cervi, Graham Stark, Guy Deghy, Hamilton Dyce, Ian Cullen, Inigo Jackson, Jack Taylor, Jennifer Hilary, John Gielgud, John Moulder-Brown, John Phillips, Linda Marlowe, Magda
Megashare Western Union (1941)
Vance Shaw gives up outlawing and goes to work for the telegraph company; his brother Jack Slade leads outlaws trying to prevent the company connecting the line between Omaha and Salt Lake City. Lots of Indian fighting and gunplay.
Director: Fritz Lang
Cast: Addison Richards, Arthur Aylesworth, Barton MacLane, Blackie Whiteford, Bob Clark, CE Anderson, Cecil Kellogg, Charles Middleton, Chief John Big Tree, Chief Thundercloud, Chill Wills, Cliff Clark, Clint Sharp, Dean Jagger, Dick Rich, Ed Warren, Eddy Waller, Esther Brodelet, Francis Ford, Frank Ellis, Frank McGrath, Frank Mills, George Chandler, George P
Megashare The Bushido Blade (1981)
A steel samurai blade that was to be given to the American ambassador by the Emperor of Japan is stolen. American sailors and Japanese samurai are sent to find it.
Director: Tsugunobu Kotani
Cast: Bin Amatsu, Frank Converse, James Earl Jones, Laura Gemser, Mako, Mayumi Asano, Mike Starr, Richard Boone, Sonny Chiba, Tetsurô Tanba, Timothy Patrick Murphy, Toshirô Mifune, William Ross
Megashare Anna and the King (1999)
The story of the romance between the King of Siam and the widowed British schoolteacher Anna Leonowens during the 1860's.
Director: Andy Tennant
Cast: Ann Firbank, Bill Stewart, Deanna Yusoff, Dharma Harun Al-Rashid, Ellie Suriaty Omar, Geoffrey Palmer, Jodie Foster, Kay Siu Lim, Kee Thuan Chye, Kenneth Tsang, Ling Bai, Randall Duk Kim, Robert Hands, Ruby Wong, Tom Felton, Yun-Fat Chow
Megashare In Cold Blood (1967)
After a botched robbery results in the brutal murder of a rural family, two drifters elude police, in the end coming to terms with their own mortality and the repercussions of their vile atrocity.
Director: Richard Brooks
Cast: Bobby Johnson, Brenda Currin, Charles McGraw, Duke Hobbie, Gerald S O'Loughlin, Gerry Okuneff, Guy Way, James Flavin, James Lantz, Jeff Corey, John Collins, John Forsythe, John Gallaudet, John McLiam, Mary Linda Rapelye, Nick Dimitri, Paul Frees, Paul Stewart, Raymond Hatton, Richard Kelton, Robert Blake, Ruth Storey, Scott Wilson, Sheldon Allman, Ted E
Megashare Stupidity (2003)
A lighthearted look at stupidity and ignorance in modern society, as well as a brief history of the study of intelligence. Celebrities and other notable personalities are interviewed on the subject of the prevalence of stupidity in the media and culture.
Director: Albert Hartfeld
Cast: Adam Sandler, Bill Maher, Coolio, David Lawrence, George W Bush, Joel Schumacher, John Cleese, Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, Paul Spence, Salma Hayek, Steve-O
Megashare A Harlot's Progress (2006)
A Harlot's Progress: Drama looking at artist William Hogarth and his relationship with the prostitute that inspired his most famous piece.
Director: Justin Hardy
Cast: Francis Magee, Geraldine James, John Castle, Nicholas Rowe, Philip Martin Brown, Richard Wilson, Roger Hammond, Sophie Thompson, Toby Jones, Zoe Tapper
Release: December 19, 1968
Megashare Asterix et Cleopâtre (1968)
Popular animated hero Asterix and his faithful sidekick Obelix travel to ancient Egypt to help Cleopatra build a new summer home...
Director: René Goscinny
Cast: Bernard Lavalette, Henri Labussière, Jacques Balutin, Jacques Morel, Micheline Dax, Pierre Trabaud, Roger Carel, Serge Sauvion
Megashare Ji jie hao (2007)
War feasts upon death. Its greedy appetite carries away many a life on the battlefield, and soldiers must be ready to die at any time. Yet all these sacrifices can be given meaning and reason with honor. A weathered witness of war's insatiable appetite, Guzidi, Captain of the Ninth Company, will struggle his entire life to return honor to his forty six men and their self-sacrifice. The year 1948 witnessed the launching of the Huaihai Campaign during the Chinese Civil War. In one of Chinese history's deadliest battles, thousands from the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and the Nationalist Army (KMT) fell in the battle that took place between Xuzhou and Bengdu. It was amid this bloody fight that Captain Guzidi led the Ninth Company infantry unit on a sniper mission. His orders were to fight the KMT Army until the retreat assembly call was sounded. Yet, after many long hours of painstaking resistance, Gu watched powerless as the ammunition ran out and the scant ranks of the Ninth Company grew sparser still. The men were falling one by one. On the brink of death, Lieutenant Jiao Dapeng, Gu's best partner, announced that he heard the call and asked Gu to retreat with the remaining soldiers. The dying man's words spread doubt within the remainder of the company, but Gu insisted that the bugle had not sounded and that they were to continue fighting at all costs. Not until later did Gu realize that all the neighboring troops had already left the field, and that his entire company had maybe died in vain because of his stubborn obedience. Blinded by anger and guilt, Gu marched straight into the enemy's trench. But his life was spared, and he had no choice but to shoulder the gargantuan weight of guilt and mystery that would burden the remainder of his life. A few days later, Gu woke up in a hospital. While among the KMT ranks, he had been wounded and captured by the PLA. He had lost his identity, and quickly learnt that without a survivor to vouch for them, the forty six men who had bravely sacrificed their lives under him had simply gone missing. Gu joined the infantry of the Liberation Army and painstakingly climbed up the lower rungs of the military ladder. Determined to prove the glorious death of his forty-six men, Gu embarks on a journey in search of those who hold the key to the mystery of the bugle call.
Director: Xiaogang Feng
Cast: Jun Hu, Phil Jones
Release: September 29, 1994
Megashare Asterix in America (1994)
Caesar has had enough when another legion is hacked to pieces by the damned single indomitable village in Gaul because of the druid's magic potion...
Director: Gerhard Hahn
Cast: Christopher Biggins, Claude Chantal, Craig Charles, François Jaubert, Geoffrey Bayldon, Harald Juhnke, Henri Labussière, Henry McGee, Howard Lew Lewis, Jürgen Scheller, Jean Dautremay, Jochen Busse, Michael Habeck, Michel Prud'Homme, Michel Tugot-Doris, Ottfried Fischer, Peer Augustinski, Pierre Tchernia, Pierre Tornade, Ralf Wolter, Robe
Megashare Target for Today (2010)
This is the classic World War II feature length documentary detailing a "maximum effort" daylight bombing mission deep into Germany. There are no actors in "Target For Today". This film was shot on location under combat conditions and features the officers and men of the 8th Air Force going about their deadly business. All aspects of an actual major raid in 1943, from early planning through final touch down and crew debriefings, are covered in this very thorough account. Anklam. Danzig and the FW-190 plant at Marienburg are the targets hit. Although inflating the strategic bombing campaign's effectiveness through 1943, this is no sugar coated propaganda film. Heavy losses and the bomber crew's justifiable trepidation about making unescorted daylight deep penetration raids on heavily defended targets in Germany are graphically portrayed. Over 1 and 1/2 hours of engrossing World War II footage.
Megashare Weisse Wölfe (1969)
Director: Konrad Petzold
Cast: Barbara Brylska, Bogic Boskovic, Bruno Carstens, Fred Delmare, Fred Ludwig, Gerry Wolff, Gojko Mitic, Hannes Fischer, Helmut Schreiber, Holger Mahlich, Horst Preusker, Horst Schulze, Jochen Thomas, Klaus-Peter Thiele, Lali Meskhi, Michael Gwisdek, Milivoje Popovic-Mavid, Paul Berndt, Predrag Milinkovic, Rolf Hoppe, Slobodan Dimitrijevic, Slobodan Velimi
Release: January 02, 1992
Megashare Gestapo and German Society: Enforcing Racial Policy (1992)
How was the Gestapo able to detect the smallest signs of non-compliance with Nazi doctrines--especially "crimes" pertaining to the private spheres of social, family, and sexual life? How could the police enforce policies such as those designed to isolate Jews, or the foreign workers brought to Germany after 1939, with such apparent ease? Addressing these questions, Gellately argues that the key factor in the successful enforcement of Nazi racial policy was the willingness of German citizens to provide authorities with information about suspected "criminality." He demonstrates that without some degree of popular participation in the operation of institutions such as the Gestapo, the regime would have been seriously hampered in the "realization of the unthinkable," not only inside Germany but also in many of the occupied countries. Offering an intriguing examination of the everyday operations of the Gestapo and the product of extensive archival research, this incisive study surveys the experiences of areas across Germany, drawing out national, local, and regional implications.
Megashare Red Cliff 2 (2009)
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Director: John Woo
Cast: Chen Chang, Fengyi Zhang, Judith Jones, Jun Hu, Shidô Nakamura, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Wei Zhao, Yong You
Megashare Sharpe's Enemy (1994)
Sharpe's Enemy: Portugal 1813. A band of deserters, including Sharpe's old enemy, Obadiah Hakeswill, have captured two women, one the wife of a high-ranking English officer, and are holding them hostage for ransom. Sharpe is given the 60th Rifles and a Rocket troop, as well as his majority to rescue the women. But while Sharpe may be able to deal with his old enemy, he has yet to face a newer threat, the French Major Duclos.
Director: Tom Clegg
Cast: Assumpta Serna, Daragh O'Malley, Diana Perez, Elizabeth Hurley, Feodor Atkine, François Guetary, Helena Michell, Hugh Fraser, Jason Salkey, Jeremy Child, John Tams, Lyndon Davies, Michael Byrne, Michael Mears, Morgan Jones, Nicholas Rowe, Pete Postlethwaite, Philip Whitchurch, Sean Bean, Tony Haygarth, Vincent Grass
Megashare Sharpe's Challenge (2006)
Sharpe's Challenge: Sean Bean is back as the swashbuckling hero in Sharpe's Challenge, an action packed mini-series to be shot on location in Rajasthan, India. Two years after the Duke of Wellington crushes Napoleon at Waterloo, dispatches from India tell of a local Maharaja, Khande Rao, who is threatening British interests there. Wellington sends Sharpe to investigate on what turns out to be his most dangerous mission to date. When a beautiful general's daughter is kidnapped by the Indian warlord, the tension mounts, leaving Sharpe no option but to pursue the enemy right into its deadly lair. Deep in the heart of enemy territory he also has to keep at bay the beautiful but scheming Regent, Madhuvanthi, who is out to seduce him. The fate of an Empire and the life of a General's daughter lie in one man's hands...
Director: Tom Clegg
Cast: Alex Revan, Alyy Khan, Aurelien Recoing, Daragh O'Malley, Diana Perez, Graham McTavish, Hugh Fraser, Lex Shrapnel, Michael Cochrane, Michael Elwyn, Nicholas Blane, Oliver Chris, Padma Lakshmi, Peter Symonds, Peter-Hugo Daly, Sean Bean, Thierry Hancisse, Toby Stephens
Megashare Sharpe's Siege (1996)
Sharpe's Siege: Sharpe, with his new commanding officer, is sent to capture a castle when news comes of locals who will rise against Bonaparte. However, he is somewhat distracted by thoughts of his wife whom he was forced to leave while stricken with fever.
Director: Tom Clegg
Cast: Abigail Cruttenden, Amira Casar, Christian Brendel, Christopher Villiers, Danny Cunningham, Daragh O'Malley, Diana Perez, Feodor Atkine, Hugh Fraser, James Laurenson, Jason Salkey, Jim McManus, John Tams, John Tordoff, Levent Yilmaz, Olivier Pierre, Philip Whitchurch, Sean Bean, Stephane Cornicard, Sylvester Morand