"2005" Featured Movies

Cockney Rejects 25 years 'n' still rockin' (2005)

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01. Intro. 02. I'm Not A Fool. 03. New Song. 04. Fists Of Fury. 05. Flares And Slippers. 06. Here They Come Again. 07. Cockney Reject. 08. West Side Boys. 09. Alright Bruv. 10. Unforgiven. 11. War On The Terraces. 12. Power And The Glory. 13. Where The Hell Is Babylon. 14. We Can Do Anything. 15. Bad Man. 16. Hate Of The City. 17. Police Car. 18. On The Streets Again. 19. Greatest Cockney Rip-Off. 20. Oi, Oi, Oi. 21. The Rocker. 22. Join the Rejects. 23. Bubbles.

Legend of the Lost Tomb (2005)

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While excavating near the Pyramids, Dr. Leonhardt finds a small box with a map to the treasures of the Pharaoh Ramessess II...

Bad Manners Don't Knock the Bald Heads (2005)

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Outrageous Ska-Punks Raising Hell On Stage! Both as an entertainer and as a band leader, Doug Trendle is unstoppable. This June 2004 performance finds his band as polished and strong as ever with a 4-piece brass section

American Visa (2005)

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After being denied an American visa, a Bolivian professor becomes involved in a web of criminal activities, holds-up the American consulate and falls for a beautiful prostitute from the Bolivian lowlands.

Calvaire (2005)

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A singer's car breaks down deep in the woods.

Cream: Royal Albert Hall, London May 2-3-5-6 2005 (2005)

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After a 37 year absence Cream reformed in May 2005 for a series of concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, the stage of their last UK performance. As befitting a trio whose focus was always squarely on the music, they emerge to no fanfare, briefly test their instruments and launch into the perfectly apt "I'm So Glad." Drawing from each of their four studio albums, they revisit the songs for their inherent resonance and as a springboard for their instrumental interplay. There's no need to update the material, as it all still fits each of the three men like a thousand dollar suit. Bruce's vocals still soar with operatic bearing, Clapton sounds energized, freed from the production cushioning on his own recordings, and Baker, now in his mid-sixties, can still dazzle with his solo turn on "Toad."

Mr. Christmas (2005)

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A young father struggling to make ends meet on a Depression-era salary can't afford to buy his 5-year-old...