Before Night Falls 2000 CD1
Man: Trees have a secret life that is only revealed
to those who are willing to climb them.
I do not remember when I was born.
But, when I was three months old,
my mother returned to my grandparents' home
with me as the proof of her failure.
The splendor of my childhood was unique,
because of its absolute poverty, and absolute freedom...
out in the open,
surrounded by trees, animals, and people
who were indifferent toward me.
Niño, apúrate con esa agua, Dios mío!
Mira que hay que esperar en esta casa!
My early life was surrounded by a room full of unhappy women
who were all bossed around by my grandmother,
the heart of the house,
the only woman I ever saw who peed standing up
and talked to God at the same time.
My mother was a very beautiful and very lonely woman.
She had only known one man, my father,
and had enjoyed the pleasures of love for only a few months
and then, gave that all up for the rest of her life,
creating in her a great sense of frustration.
Her chastity was worse than that of a virgin.
Hijo de puta!
Vete de aquí!
Hijo de puta!
The most extraordinary event of my childhood
was provided by the heavens.
Water rushed down gutters,
reverberating over the zinc roof like gunfire
a massive army marching across the trees,
overflowing, cascading, thundering into barrels,
a concert of drums,
water falling on water,
drenched and whistling and out of control,
and under the spell of violence,
let loose that would sweep away almost everything in its path.
Trees, stones, animals, houses.
It was the mystery of destruction.
The law of life.
As I saw it,
the currents were roaring my name.
Flowers have reproductive organs.
Class, can anyone tell us what the male
reproductive organ is called?
A dick. A long, skinny dick.
Don't ask her where she comes from.
Can't you see she is from the garden
and the most beautiful flower of them all?
Buenas tardes, con permiso.
Señor Fuentes, I didn't mean to disturb your dinner.
What did he do?
No, he didn't do anything wrong.
I came here to tell you that Reinaldo has a special gift.
What special gift?
He has a sensitivity for poetry.
After that, my grandfather sold the farm
and moved the family to Holguín,
opened a grocery store,
and refused to speak to any of us.
Holguín was a town of 200,000 people
and one garbage truck.
The rebels are in Velasco.
We can walk it in a day.
We'll leave tonight.
You think you can do it with her?
My name is Reinaldo. What is yours?
- Would you like to dance? - Cómo no.
¿Qué tú quieres? Tú eres muy niño.
( radio announcer ) Incorpórate a la lucha.
Radio Rebelde, transmitiendo desde las montañas de Oriente,
desde la Sierra Maestra,
territorio libre de Cuba.
Aquí Radio Rebelde.
Where are you going, kid?
- Up the road. - Up the road where?
Velasco? You are not from Velasco.
I am from Velasco. Why do you go to Velasco for?
Ah, the rebels are in Velasco.
You going to join the rebels?
Your mamá know you are going to join the rebels?
Where she is?
She's in Miami, working.
Would you like to see?
It's upside down.
You want to hit things?
Sometimes I like to hit things.
My mother, she has a store in Velasco.
Before that it was my grandmother's store,
and before that, it was her mother's store.
I have six brothers.
They all want to join the rebels.
The second one, he joined the rebels.
I'm the middle one, I don't join the rebels.
( car horn honking )
Get that for me.
The rebels are no more in Velasco.
Go on, get off.
Que viva Fidel!
Translator: Es todo por hoy.
( together ) Spaziva!
As my mother smacked me, she cursed
and yelled, "Maldito! Bad seed!"
She shouted at the sky, "I want to get out of here."
But I really wasn't sure that's what she wanted.
But now standing over me
she looked like a huge tree trunk.
And if it didn't hurt so much, I'd get down on my knees,
and ask her to smack me again, even harder.
Then she became beautiful.
How pretty she is in her skirt made out of a sack
and the blouse she stole from her sister.
I wanted to get up and beg her forgiveness.
I wanted to say, "Mom, how pretty you are today.
You look like one of those women
that you can only see on Christmas cards,"
but I said nothing because of the the knot in my throat.
That was very nice. What's your name?
Who wrote this?
I did, it's my own-- from my novel.
What do you call this novel?
"Singing from the Well."
Are you a student?
Yes, I'm an agricultural accountant.
Tell me, do you think you'd feel at home
working in the national library?
The pay won't be very much.
But I can promise you that you'll have all the books
you could ever hope to read.
I would like that very much.
Thank you very much.
Oye, need a lift?
I want to go down to Guayanos.
Driver: You like it, right?
It used to belong to Errol Flynn.
You don't believe me?
Look in the glove compartment.
Be careful, huh?
Do you want to go to the movies with me?
Do you want to go to the movies with me?
- I'll get out here! - Ay, coño!
You got a flat ass anyway!
Vamos, chico, vamos!
You'll see him tomorrow.
...last Saturday night I made 100 pesos
for letting 10 members of the National Ballet
suck me off.
Doesn't that make you a fag?
If you do it for money, you're not a fag.
You know him?
I'm sorry about the other day.
No, don't worry. Forget it.
- I am Reinaldo. - I am Pepe.
- How about some ice cream? - Yes!
Today they have only vanilla.
Bring him a banana split with pistacho.
One ice cream!
So where you from, Reinaldo?
I am a guajiro, from Oriente.
- Does it matter where I'm from? - No.
What do you do?
I just got a job now in the National Library,
but I would like to be a writer.
You poor thing.
A country boy in Havana to serve the Revolution.
- Where's your mother? - En la bodega.
Give me the key.
She says it works,
just one key is a little off.
How can I thank you?
What are you doing?
Who is the man?
Who's the man?
You, because you are the judo expert.
You don't kiss on the lips?
Only when I'm in love.
Patricio Lamumba Beach is only a 10 minute walk from here--
La Concha is about a mile...
This is perfect for you.
You'll have to share the bathroom with her.
Bedsheets are changed every two weeks
and you are responsible for your own towel.
It is perfect, I'll take it.
Don't you want to know how much?
It doesn't matter, I can not afford it anyway.
30 pesos a month--
and no visitors...
nor music after 10:00pm.
National Book Award Contest.
I would like to submit this please.
Put it in the box.
Hey, you want a smoke?
No, thank you.
What are you reading?
Este es "El Lazarillo de Tormes."
Who wrote it?
No author, he's anonymous.
No writer? That's impossible.
No, no, no, I didn't say no writer.
I said we don't know who the author is.
Okay. Do you have any other books?
Yes, I have many.
I usually read out here so I can be alone.
I like it here.
Sorry to bother you. I'll leave.
It's okay. I'm going home anyway.
You live around here?
You want to come over and hear some music?
I have some French records.
Maybe you like...
Edith Piaf, and Jacques Brel.
Pero estúpido idiota!
Are you out of your mind?
Take the book with you.
Ojalá se te caiga la pinga, maricón!
And so, ladies and gentlemen,
we have arrived at this auspicious moment.
We are happy to announce that the first prize goes to,
"Vivir en Candonga" by Ezequiel Vieta.
And the honorable mention goes to Reinaldo Arenas
for "Celestino Antes de Alba."
Thank you. Gracias.
Thank you for coming ladies and gentlemen,
and another round of applause for our contestants.
- Congratulations. - Thank you.
You're invited to Lezama Lima's house.
He left after his brother made the film "P.M."
You've heard about it.
The brother had to leave, too.
Just a group of people dancing and getting drunk.
It made no judgments.
It made no judgments.
People that make art are dangerous to any dictatorship.
They create beauty.
And beauty is the enemy.
Artists are escapists.
Artists are counter- revolutionary,
and so you are a counter- revolutionary, Reinaldo Arenas,
and you know why?
Because there's a man that cannot govern
the terrain called beauty, so he wants to eliminate it.
So, here we are, 400 years of Cuban culture
about to become extinct and everybody applauds.
And what happened to your lip?
I found somebody who doesn't like French music, that's all.
Be careful. Be careful.
No, no, no. Keep it--
He would love for you to have it.
There are 150 books that contain everything
that literature has to offer.
You read them and you don't have to read anything else.
So which book would be the first?
"The Bible." You have to read the Bible.
Oh, croquettes. Ooh, María Luisa.
These croquettes don't stick to the roof of your mouth.
They are delicious.
What kind are they?
I n this country, you don't ask that question.
We're all being placed on an international diet.
Let's go back to the Bible,
it's far more interesting.
Now, I don't mean to convert you.
Just read it like a novel.
I tell you what, I'm going to give you five books--
Correction, I'm going to lend you five books.
You return them, then I'll give you five more.
"Moby Dick," Melville,
Robert Lewis Stevenson's "Treasure lsland,"
Proust's, "Remembrance of Things Past"
Flaubert's, "Sentimental Education."
María Luisa, coffee please.
One, two, three--
Reinaldo, I don't mean to be presumptuous,
but we've read your book.
We both think it's far superior
to the one that won first prize.
They robbed you of the first prize.
But, to be frank,
there's always room for improvement.
If you'll allow,
Virgilio would like to help you clean it up.
Right now it's good,
but it's too good not to be great.
Let's fix it.
Second prize gets published too.
That's the real prize.
We both think that you were born to write.
( police radio )
You can't be too careful.
This is the only possession that you really need.
...de la vida.
Las lagartijas son muy grandes en este bañado.
Si tú las vieras! Las lagartijas...
tienen aquí distintas formas...
He's getting supplies.
I don't have to work today.
Let's pick up Nicolas and Juan.
Look, look, Tomás. "Celestino Antes de Alba."
Now, you are really a writer.
- You like that cover? - I like it, it's beautiful.
I thank Virgilio for this book.
He gave me a lesson in literature and editing.
...my brothers Juan and Nicholas are writers too.
Oh, come on.
Pepe, we've got the Bronte sisters in the back-seat.
Look at them.
Lezama is a Catholic; Virgilio is an atheist.
So what do they have in common
besides being faggots?
Lezama doesn't type, he writes everything by hand.
Something you wouldn't understand
It's called intellectual honesty.
I don't understand!
Well, if you took the time to actually read their books,
maybe you'd have something intelligent to say about it.
Oye, look at this.
Give him the cigarettes.
Hazle comer el mojón de caballo!
( gunshots )
Coño! ¿Qué es eso?
¿Qué pasa ahora?
Oye, welcome to our picnic, compañero.
Tranquilo, no te muevas de allí.
- What do you want? - Shut up.
What do I want?
I want Carlos first to frisk this guy.
See if he's got a weapon.
He's not even dressed.
What's your name?
You think I'm ignorant?
Let's see how ignorant you are.
Ever heard of a summer camp called La Isla de la Juventud?
No, then maybe you can tell me...
when was the last time you took it up your ass?
The last time?
Oh, I don't remember.
You don't remember?
But, I remember the last time you did.
When was that?
Maybe the last time you bent over
to tie your boots?
Está bien, lo ves, ¿no?
Está bien, está bien.
Do you have a cigarette?
Yes, I have a cigarette.
There was also a sexual revolution going on
that came along with excitement of the official revolution--
but the drums of militarism were still trying to beat down
the rhythm of poetry and life.
When I wasn't at my job at the library,
or guard duty, or attending rallies,
there were three wonderful things
that I enjoyed in the 60's:
my typewriter, at which I sat like a dedicated performer
sitting at his piano;
the youth of those days,
when everyone was ready to break free;
and lastly, the full discovery of the sea.
Did you ever notice there are four categories of gays?
Which are they?
Well, the first one is the dog collar gay--
shows off that he's gay,
there's no limit to his sexual voracity,
therefore he's constantly being arrested.
The system has created a permanent collar
around his neck,
so they can hook him up
and take him to a rehabilitation camp
like a Valparaíso.
Two is the common gay.
He's made his commitments with other gays,
has a job, film clubs,
likes to sip tea with his friends,
writes a poem now and then,
only has relations with other gays,
never takes a risk,
and never gets to know a real man.
The third one,
the closet gay, okay,
nobody knows he is gay.
He's married, has children,
hides on his way to the bathroom,
still wearing the ring that his wife gave him.
They're hard to spot, but I've got one here.
Most of the time they're the ones who censor other gays.
And fourth, the royal gay,
a unique product of our country,
a communist country.
Because of his closeness to our Maximum Leader
or special work with the State Security,
he can afford to be openly gay,
travel freely in this country and abroad,
cover himself with jewels, clothes...
Coño, he even has a private chauffeur.
Hey, hey. Stop!
Come on. We'll give you a ride.
Where are you going?
Don't worry. Take a seat.
How are you?
Now, we're going to take a little shortcut
and show you a beautiful part of Havana
that not many visitors get to see.
The crackdown began in earnest.
The horror and ugliness advanced day by day
at an ever increasing pace,
but the oppression only acted as a stimulus
and sex became a way of fighting it...
a weapon to use against the regimen.
Needless to say,
the Revolution wasn't for everybody.
Mr. Heberto Zorrilla Ochoa,
are you aware of Article 243 in the Penal Code?
And what does Article 243 of the Penal Code state?
It states that no assembly of over three people is allowed.
And yet, you had an assembly of over 20 people at your home
on the night of July 10th.
What were you doing?
It was a poetry reading.
My own-- others.
And are you sure that this was a poetry reading
and not just an opportunity to recite
Yes, I'm sure.
Mr. Correa, is poetry ever propaganda?
I suppose it could be.
But not your poetry.
Mr. Correa, who else was present
at this so-called poetry reading?
Some friends, other writers.
Tell me, does the name José Lezama Lima ring a bell?
Your wife, Fina?
Were they there?
Yes, they were there.
Are you aware that Lezama Lima
and Virgilio Piñera are homosexuals?
I am aware of my errors.
that are unpardonable,
errors that demand to be severely punished.
But I must confess that I see before me
in this room,
the faces of many comrades who like me,
have lost their way,
whose ideology has waivered,
who have committed similar errors...
errors that also demand to be severely punished.
( crowd screams )
I'm sorry. I'm late.
We got a call about an hour ago.
They said they would be at the Hotel Nacional
and they're leaving today at 4:00 p.m.
That's all they said?
They're friends of Lezama Lima.
- Reinaldo? - Yes.
I'm Jorge Camacho.
- This is my wife, Margarita. - Hi.
Have a seat.
We live in Paris.
Jorge is in a show at the Salón De Mayo.
He's a painter.
We are big fans of your work.
We bought your book in a bookstore
and Jorge stayed up all night reading it.
He said it was the greatest novel
he ever read about childhood.
Would you put the book away, please.
Yes, of course.
Margarita went ahead.
I thought you were gone.
I went to the hotel-- I didn't know.
But, I knew you were here.
This is a friend of ours,
who works at the French Embassy.
If you ever need anything
you can give her a call.
She'll get in touch with us.
It's a small present from Margarita and me.
Thank you very much, Jorge.
You have to go.
What do your paintings look like?
Because I didn't ask you before.
You'll have to see them in person.
Maybe you could write something
about them someday.
Hey Mister, can I have my kite, please?
You almost killed me.
Come on, give him the kite.
You want to give him the kite?
Give him the kite?
Come on, give him the kite!
You want to give him back the kite?
Okay, I'll give him the kite.
What are you doing, Pepe?
What are you doing, Pepe?
Get out of here!
Aléjate de aquí! iBruto!
Excuse me. Excuse me.
I was on the beach and these boys
stole my flippers and my clothes.
Could you identify them?
No, but it's okay.
Get in the car.
No, it's okay.
Get in the car.
Ahí están! That's them!
Come over here.
You have something belonging to this man?
Look at him.
Give me your ID cards.
I was going to return this stuff to the police station.
That faggot and his friend, tried to touch our pricks.
Yeah, we beat them up and they ran off,
so, we were going to bring this to the station.
They molested us.
- They molested you? - Yeah.
- You're sure? - Yes.
You're under arrest.
Because I said so.
What are you doing here?
I live right over here.
I need a towel, t-shirt, anything you have.
I need a place to hide.
I don't know, I have to get out of here.
Why, what did you do?
They said I molested these kids.
You should see these kids.
They were all bigger than me.
Have you heard from Tomás?
I was told that he was in a work camp in Oriente
and he was killed while trying to escape.
I've heard you've had some trouble
with the police.
No, it was a mistake,
they had me mixed up with somebody else.
The way I see it, you have two choices:
You can try to make it to the U .S. Navy Base
or you can try to float your way to Florida.
It's about 90 miles.
You can make it in a few days if the current is good.
I have an inner tube I was saving.
( knocking on door )
Who is it?
It's me, Pepe.
I'm sorry about today.
What do you want now?
Where are you going?
I don't know.
H uh, where have you been?
I'm leaving right now.
How? Inner tube.
You're crazy, you're going to drown.
Listen, do you want to help me?
Yes, I want to help you.
Then give me all the money you have on you.
You can have the gold, clothes...
you can sell it everywhere.
Please, give me all the money you have on you.
You have money in here?
Give me the money. Give me the money!
You can take--
you can take everything,
You can stay here if you want.
Reinaldo, I have some friends
that can solve this problem.
What kind of friends do you have?
You know what kind of friends.
Why kind of friends do you have?
Don't go away.
- Reinaldo. - I'm leaving.
I-I'll keep in touch with you, alright?
I have to hide you somewhere,
because we are surrounded by police.
...a photo of you
just in case you forget what you look like,
and last, "La lliada."
"La llíada," Juan, "La llíada."
Here are the pills you asked for.
What are they?
I don't know, but they make you happy.
Will they kill me?
I suppose if you took enough of them.
Can I have two croquetas, please?
Yes, and a drink.
Do you have a light?
Do you have a cigarette?
What is your name?
Adriano Faustino Sotolongo.
When did you get that name, Reinaldo?
You are Reinaldo Arenas, aren't you?
Officer: Mira, encontramos este paquete.
Este es Reinaldo Arenas,
un pájaro que agarramos ahí en el parque.
Dale, coño! Dale!
Ya vas a ver lo que es bueno.
Vas a ver lo que es bueno ahí adentro.
I arrived at El Morro not as a political prisoner
but with an infamous reputation as a rapist,
a murderer, and a CIA agent.
a supernatural air of nonchalance
and gave me an aura of danger and respectability
among the real murderers,
and common criminals who would kill each other
for the slightest reason.
Skies lit by bolts of lightning
were replaced by electric lights
that blinked on and off with regularity,
killing the possibility or chance that I might dream
or forget where I was.
I thought here I could go unnoticed.
But prisoners are those beings that know everything,
especially about other prisoners.
Soon they knew, maybe from the guards,
or the warden himself, or a killer named Torre,
that I was a writer.
Say, you think you could write a letter for me?
Not for nothing,
I give you two cigarettes.
tell her that I miss her so much.
Your words or mine?
My fame as "The Writer" spread all over the prison.
From the 17 cells of El Morro,
and for those who couldn't see me directly,
petitions came in the form of hundreds of balls of soap,
tied to long strings,
that the prisoners could pass on to my cell.
It was called "The Mail."
I never wrote so much.
I accumulated a small fortune of cigarettes
that provided me with enough paper and pencils
for my own novel,
which I wrote in the middle,
of all the screaming and crying.
Cubans are defined by noise, it's their nature.
They need to bother others.
They can neither enjoy, nor suffer in silence.
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BBC - The Blue Planet (2 of 8) - The Deep
BBC - The Blue Planet (3 of 8) - Open Ocean
BBC - The Blue Planet (4 of 8) - Frozen Seas
BBC - The Blue Planet (5 of 8) - Seasonal Seas
BBC - The Blue Planet (6 of 8) - Coral Seas
BBC - The Blue Planet (7 of 8) - Tidal Seas
BBC - The Blue Planet (8 of 8) - Coasts
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Baby Geniuses 2 2004
Babylon 5 - 2x01 - Points of Departure
Babylon 5 - 2x02 - Revelations
Babylon 5 - 2x03 - The Geometry of Shadows
Babylon 5 - 2x04 - A Distant Star
Babylon 5 - 2x04 - The Long Dark
Babylon 5 - 2x06 - Spider in the Web
Babylon 5 - 2x07 - Soul Mates
Babylon 5 - 2x08 - A Race Through Dark Places
Babylon 5 - 2x09 - The Coming of Shadows
Babylon 5 - 2x10 - Gropos
Babylon 5 - 2x11 - All Alone in the Night
Babylon 5 - 2x12 Acts of Sacrifice
Babylon 5 - 2x13 - Hunter Prey
Babylon 5 - 2x14 - There All the Honor Lies
Babylon 5 - 2x15 - And Now For A Word
Babylon 5 - 2x17 - Knives
Babylon 5 - 2x18 - Confessions and Lamentations
Babylon 5 - 2x19 - Divided Loyalties
Babylon 5 - 2x20 - The Long Twilight Struggle
Babylon 5 - 2x21 - Comes the Inquisitor
Babylon 5 - 2x22 - The Fall Of Night
Babylon 5 - 3x03 - A Day in the Strife
Babylon 5 - 3x05 - Voices of Authority
Babylon 5 - 3x06 - Dust to Dust
Babylon 5 - 3x07 - Exogenesis
Babylon 5 - 3x08 - Messages from Earth
Babylon 5 - 3x09 - Point of No Return
Babylon 5 - 3x10 - Severed Dreams
Babylon 5 - 3x11 - Ceremonies of Light and Dark
Babylon 5 - 3x12 - Sic Transit Vir
Babylon 5 - 3x13 - A Late Delivery From Avalon
Babylon 5 - 3x14 - Ship of Tears
Babylon 5 - 3x16 - War Without End (Part I)
Babylon 5 - 3x17 - War Without End (Part II)
Babylon 5 - 3x18 - Walkabout
Babylon 5 - 3x19 - Grey 17 is Missing
Babylon 5 - 3x20 - And the Rock Cried Out No Hiding Place
Babylon 5 - 3x21 - Shadow Dancing
Babylon 5 1x01 Midnight on the Firing Line
Babylon 5 1x02 Soul Hunter
Babylon 5 1x03 Born to the Purple
Babylon 5 1x04 Infection
Babylon 5 1x05 The Parliament of Dreams
Babylon 5 1x06 Mind War
Babylon 5 1x07 The War Prayer
Babylon 5 1x08 And The Sky Full Of Stars
Babylon 5 1x09 Deathwalker
Babylon 5 1x10 Believers
Babylon 5 1x11 Survivors
Babylon 5 1x12 By Any Means Necessary
Babylon 5 1x13 Signs and Portents
Babylon 5 1x14 TKO
Babylon 5 1x15 Grail
Babylon 5 1x16 Eyes
Babylon 5 1x17 Legacies
Babylon 5 1x18 A voice in the wilderness - Part 1
Babylon 5 1x19 A voice in the wilderness - Part 2
Babylon 5 1x20 Babylon squared
Babylon 5 1x21 The Quality Of Mercy
Babylon 5 1x22 Crysalis
Babylon 5 3x01 Matters of Honor
Babylon 5 4x01 - The Hour of the Wolf
Babylon 5 4x02 - What Ever Happened to Mr Garibaldi
Babylon 5 4x03 - The Summoning
Babylon 5 4x04 - Falling Towards Apotheosis
Babylon 5 4x05 - The Long Night
Babylon 5 4x06 - Into the Fire
Babylon 5 4x07 - Epiphanies
Babylon 5 4x08 - The Illusion of Truth
Babylon 5 4x09 - Atonement
Babylon 5 4x10 - Racing Mars
Babylon 5 4x11 - Lines of Communication
Babylon 5 4x12 - Conflicts of Interest
Babylon 5 4x13 - Rumors Bargains and Lies
Babylon 5 4x14 - Moments of Transition
Babylon 5 4x15 - No Surrender No Retreat
Babylon 5 4x16 - The Exercise of Vital Powers
Babylon 5 4x17 - The Face of the Enemy
Babylon 5 4x18 - Intersections in Real Time
Babylon 5 4x19 - Between the Darkness and the Light
Babylon 5 4x20 - Endgame
Babylon 5 4x21 - Rising Star
Babylon 5 4x22 - The Deconstruction of Falling Stars
Babys Day Out
Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer The
Back To Bataan
Back To The Future 1
Back To The Future 1 (dc)
Back To The Future 1 (hi)
Back To The Future 2
Back To The Future 2 (hi)
Back To The Future 3
Back To The Future 3 (hi)
Back to School (Alan Metter 1986)
Back to the Future II
Back to the Future III
Backfield in Motion
BadBoys TrueStory 2003 CD1
BadBoys TrueStory 2003 CD2
Bad Guy 2001
Bad Santa (unrated)
Bad Seed The 1956
Bad Timing (Nicolas Roeg 1980)
Bad and the Beautiful The
Balanta 1992 (The Oak)
Ballad Of A Soldier 1959
Bamba La (1987)
Band of Brothers 01 - Currahee
Band of Brothers 02 - Day of Days
Band of Brothers 03 - Carentan
Band of Brothers 04 - Replacements
Band of Brothers 05 - Crossroads
Band of Brothers 06 - Bastogne
Band of Brothers 07 - The Breaking Point
Band of Brothers 08 - The Last Patrol
Band of Brothers 09 - Why We Fight
Band of Brothers 10 - Points
Band of Outsiders
Bande des quatre La 1988 CD1
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Battlestar Galactica 01x01 - 33
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Beatles Anthology The Episode1
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Beauty And The Beast
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Beavis and Butt-head Do America (1996)
Bedford Incident The
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Before Sunset 2004
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Bet on My Disco
Better Off Dead 1985
Better Than Chocolate
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Between Heaven and Hell
Beverly Hillbillies The 1993
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Beyond The Clouds
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Big Shot - A Confessions of a Campus Bookie 2002
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Big girls dont cry
Billy Madison 1995
Bingwoo 2004 CD1
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Bionicle 2 A Legends of Metru-Nui
Bionicle Mask Of Light 2003
Birch Tree Meadow The
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Bird on a wire
Bishops Wife The 1947 CD1
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Bite the bullet
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BlackAdder 1x1 - The Foretelling
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BlackAdder Christmas Carol 1988
BlackAdder The Cavalier Years
BlackAdder the Third 3x1
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BlackAdder the Third 3x3
BlackAdder the Third 3x4
BlackAdder the Third 3x5
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Black Adder V - Back and Forth
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Black Widow 1987
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Blade 3 - Trinity
Blade Of Fury
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Blade Runner Directors Cut
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Blame It On Rio
Blast From The Past 1999
Blast from the Past
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Bless The Child
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Blind Spot Hitlers Secretary (2002)
Blob The 1988
Blood Wedding (1981)
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Boat Trip - Feedback Overflow
Bob Le Flambeur 1955
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Broadway Danny Rose
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Brother Sun Sister Moon 1972
Brother from Another Planet The 1984
Brotherhood Of The Wolf
Buena Estrella La (Lucky Star)
Bugs Bunny - Baseball Bugs (1946)
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Bugs Bunny - Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs and Thugs (1954)
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Bugs Bunny - My Bunny Lies Over the Sea (1948)
Bugs Bunny - Rabbits Kin (1952)
Bugs Bunny - Tortoise Wins by a Hare (1943)
Bugs Bunny - Wabbit Twouble (1941)
Bugs Bunny - Water Water Every Hare (1952)
Bugs Bunny - Whats Up Doc (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck - Rabbit Fire (1951)
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck - Rabbit Seasoning (1952)
Bugs Bunny and Elmer - Rabbit of Seville (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Taz - Devil May Hare (1954)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Ballot Box Bunny (1951)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Big House Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Bunker Hill Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - High Diving Hare (1949)
Bugs Life A
Bullet in the Head
Bulletproof Monk 2003
Bullets Over Broadway
Bully (Unrated Theatrical Edition)
Burning Paradise (Ringo Lam 1994)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid A Special Edition
Butchers Wife The