Satirizing an Argentinian trying to support himself in London, director and writer Jorge Blanco (also the lead) has put together a film with an unlikely premise, but with a fast-paced dialogue and good acting. The time is the summer of 1982, and the Falklands war is at hand when the young "Argie" follows a British woman home and is stopped from raping her only because she starts to speak to him in Spanish - that is one aspect of Blanco's unlikely premise, another is that the rapist and his potential victim enter into an ambivalent relationship, undecided as to whether they love or hate each other, or both. They end up on the streets when she is evicted and life becomes even less stable - parallels with the 10-week Falklands war and the general relationship between Britain and Argentina might be drawn, but this story focuses more on the couple and the Argentinian's attitude toward himself.
The familiar story of Lieutenant Bligh, whose cruelty leads to a mutiny on his ship. This version follows both the efforts of Fletcher Christian to get his men beyond the reach of British retribution, and the epic voyage of Lieutenant Bligh to get his loyalists safely to East Timor in a tiny lifeboat.
Based on a character created by Robert E. Howard, this fast-paced, occasionally humorous sequel to Conan the Barbarian features the hero (Arnold Schwarzenegger) as he is commissioned by the evil queen Taramis (Sarah Douglas) to safely escort a teen princess (Olivia D'Abo) and her powerful bodyguard (Wilt Chamberlain) to a far away castle to retrieve the magic Horn of Dagon.
In the post-apocalyptic future, reigning tyrannical supercomputers teleport a cyborg assassin known as the "Terminator" back to 1984 to kill Sarah Connor, whose unborn son is destined to lead insurgents against 21st century mechanical hegemony.
When Billy Peltzer is given a strange but adorable pet named Gizmo for Christmas, he inadvertently breaks the three important rules of caring for a Mogwai, and unleashes a horde of mischievous gremlins on a small town.