Here's a list of all the movies and television shows that expired from the U.S. version of Netflix on Wednesday, January 1st, 2014.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1ST, 2014
50 First Dates (2004)
In this offbeat romantic comedy, marine veterinarian Henry Roth changes his womanizing ways after he falls for pretty art teacher Lucy Whitmore. Trouble is, she has no short-term memory, so Henry has to win her over again every day.
8 Heads In A Duffel Bag (1997)
A mafia hit man is flying to San Diego with the severed heads of eight victims to prove that he completed the job he was hired to do. Unfortunately, his bag gets switched with the luggage of a young man heading to Mexico to meet his girlfriend.
A Dennis the Menace Christmas (2007)
Leaping from the funny pages to the screen, mischievous Dennis (Maxwell Perry Cotton) seems to cause trouble wherever he goes, most often at the home of Mr. Wilson (Robert Wagner). Now that the holidays are here, Dennis is trying hard to be on his best behavior. And with the help of an angel named Bob (Godfrey), both Mr. Wilson and his nemesis might put aside their differences -- for now. Louise Fletcher co-stars.
A Home Of Our Own (1993)
Trading the dangers of 1960s Los Angeles for a simpler life in the country, a widowed mother of six packs up her brood and heads to rural Idaho.
A Little Sex (1982)
Even after bed-hopping player Michael Donovan meets and marries the woman of his dreams, he still finds it difficult to remain faithful.
Against The Dark (2009)
With Earth being overrun by bloodthirsty vampires, Cmdr. Tao sets out to extinguish the bloodsuckers and ensure the future of the human race.
A Kiss Before Dying (1956)
Bud Corliss is a handsome college boy so obsessed with wealth that he'll do anything to get it -- including staging his girlfriend's suicide.
Alvin And The Chipmunks Meet The Wolfman (2000)
In this spooky feature-length movie, Alvin, Simon and Theodore stage a production of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" and things get seriously creepy! Could it be that their neighbor Mr. Talbot is a werewolf?
Angelina Ballerina: Superstar Sisters (2012)
Angelina's sisterly instincts kick in when Polly goes missing; Polly proves she can be a big help to Angelina in finishing an important assignment.
An Inconvenient Truth (2006)
Former Vice President Al Gore wages a passionate campaign -- not for the White House, but for the environment -- in this Oscar-winning documentary.
Arthur and the Invisibles (2006)
Ten-year-old Arthur discovers a world of tiny people living in the backyard of his home, which is slated for demolition. A cryptic message leads Arthur to the mini community, where he searches for a rumored treasure in an effort to save his house.
As Good as It Gets (1997)
The structured world of a sour, obsessive-compulsive author crumbles when he's drawn into the lives of a stressed-out single mom and his gay neighbor.
A Shot In The Dark (1964)
Sight gags and pratfalls abound in director Blake Edwards's unadulterated farce about a sexy parlor maid accused of killing her lothario lover.
Babes in Toyland (1997)
Christmas is upon the land, but Barnaby doesn't believe in toys, so he has plans to shut down the Toyland Toy Factory. Now, Jack and Jill must stop Barnaby's evil plot and save Christmas for everyone.
Back to School (1986)
Self-made millionaire Thornton Melon decides to get a better education by enrolling at his son Jason's college, and struggles to gain respect.
Bad Girls (1994)
Cody, Anita, Eileen and Lilly are four Wild West women running from the law. Yet as they're getting cash from a bank, a robber takes it.
Bah Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas (2006)
When Daffy Duck, the Scrooge-like proprietor of the Lucky Duck megamart, demands that his employees work Christmas Day, it's up to the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future to show Daffy the error of his penny-pinching ways.
Barney: Let's Go To The Doctor (2012)
It's check-up time! Barney shows how doctors, pediatricians, dentists and veterinarians keep people and animals healthy and strong.
Battle Of Britain (1969)
This star-studded epic re-creates the 1940 air battle over England, as the Royal Air Force fended off a Nazi attack in the early days of World War II.
Bean: The Movie (1997)
Disaster-prone Mr. Bean is sent to Los Angeles to guard a famous painting, but as he's unfit for any physical task, everything goes hilariously wrong.
Beat Street (1984)
In one of the first films to feature rap, a group of Bronx teens use their dancing, rapping and artistic skills to lift themselves out of the ghetto.
Bebe's Kids (1992)
When ladies' man Robin meets the beautiful Jamika, he falls head over heels. But on their first date, she greets him with four small surprises: her son and her girlfriend Bebe's three trouble-seeking kids, turning Robin's dream date into a nightmare.
Being John Malkovich (1999)
When puppeteer Craig Schwartz discovers a portal into John Malkovich's brain, he decides to sell 15-minute excursions into the esteemed actor's mind.
Biloxi Blues (1988)
A young Army recruit is sent to Biloxi, Miss., toward the end of World War II, where he instantly butts heads with an off-kilter drill sergeant.
Trapped in a dark elevator with no hope of immediate rescue, three people turn on one another when one of them is revealed to be a serial killer.
Blame It On Rio (1984)
When friends Matthew Hollis and Victor Lyons arrive in Rio de Janeiro with their teen daughters, Matthew is soon swept up in a web of sexual exploits.
Kris Kristofferson is E.F. Bloodworth, an impoverished aging musician who returns to his Tennessee hometown to make amends with the family he abandoned for 20 years of roaming, only to find their lives have disintegrated into a troubled mess.
Blue Chips (1994)
A college basketball coach faces ethical issues when he embarks on a nationwide search for up-and-coming players to add talent to his underdog team.
Born On The Fourth Of July (1989)
Paralyzed from the chest down, U.S. Marine Ron Kovic returns home from Vietnam and finds renewed purpose protesting the war he once proudly fought.
Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a local English lord's soldiers, which leads to an epic revolt.
Bride of Chucky (1998)
The soul of killer Charles Lee Ray still inhabits Chucky. When his old flame finds him, he turns her into a doll, and they set out on a killing spree.
Bustin' Loose (1981)
Richard Pryor stars as Joe, an ex-con hired to drive a busload of ornery children on a riotous road trip from Philadelphia to Washington State. Along the way, he teaches the kids invaluable life lessons such as fishing and strip poker.
Can't Hardly Wait (1998)
At a wild party, new high school graduates celebrate and ponder the future -- including a love-struck dork who makes his move on the class beauty.
Career Opportunities (1991)
Jim Dodge's latest job is as a night janitor at a local store, where he spends his time blasting stereos and binging on junk food. Josie McClellan, the rich girl who ignored Dodge in high school, has hidden in the store to get her father's attention. Now she joins the party, and the two have a blast until thieves show up.
Across the backdrop of the bohemian scene of London's Bloomsbury group, painter Dora Carrington forges a deep bond with gay writer Lytton Strachey.
Charlie Bartlett (2007)
This comedy follows the exploits of an unpopular high schooler who finds a novel way to fit in with his classmates: pretending to be a psychiatrist.
Cheech And Chong's Up In Smoke (1983)
Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong star in this tale of two stoners in search of the perfect stash of hash who end up cruising around in a van made of pot.
Cop And A Half (1993)
After witnessing a mob hit, 8-year-old Devon refuses to tell the police what he saw unless they make him a cop for a day, and hard-boiled detective Nick is saddled with the pint-sized sidekick.
Crimes Of The Heart (1986)
Three quirky sisters come together at the family's home for a celebration, and they have plenty to talk about, including the memory of their mother.
Criminal Minds: Suspicious Behavior (2011)
This spinoff series shifts to another team of elite FBI profilers in a unit tasked with learning to think like the cunning criminals they're tracking.
Cross My Heart (1987)
On his third date with Kathy, a newly jobless David is so determined to impress her that he borrows a friend's apartment and pretends that it belongs to him. Meanwhile, Kathy has been less-than honest about the existence of her 7-year-old daughter.
Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1994)
In this exciting sequel to the original adventure, Darkman once again battles his archenemy Robert Durant, who returns from the dead with evil plans.
Darkman 3: Die Darkman Die (1996)
Dr. Westlake returns to his old ways, stealing from the bad -- mobster Peter Rooker -- and using the cash to continue his work on synthetic skin.
Dark Shadows (1967)
Set in an old mansion off the coast of Maine, this cult classic television series follows the bizarre exploits of the Collins family, who cross paths with ghosts, werewolves, witches and other supernatural beings over the course of several centuries. Originally conceived as a moody melodrama, this groundbreaking gothic soap found success following the introduction of tormented vampire Barnabas Collins (Jonathan Frid).
D.C. Cab (1983)
An over-the-hill hippie manages a run-down cab company and its oddball drivers. It's even money whether this motley crew can save the company.
Dead Like Me: Life After Death (2009)
In this follow-up to the cult hit, a new assignment hits home for grim reaper George when the soul turns out to be her sister's secret love.
Dead Men Can't Dance (1997)
A tough but inexperienced squad of female Rangers sneaks across enemy lines on a covert mission to destroy a North Korean nuclear power plant.
Death At A Funeral (2007)
The funeral for the patriarch of a wealthy but eccentric British clan is turned topsy-turvy when a stranger appears.
Death Becomes Her (1992)
Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep run wild in this black comedy that mixes rapier wit with cutting-edge special effects. Insufferably vain, the two "frenemies" discover the secret of eternal youth -- and find that it has a few unadvertised drawbacks.
Death Wish 2 (1982)
Charles Bronson slips back into the role of stoic crime-fighter Paul Kersey. This time, he contends with street thugs in his new home city, Los Angeles. After mugging Paul, the thugs break into his home and murder both his housekeeper and daughter.
Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (1987)
Charles Bronson reprises his role as vigilante Paul Kersey, who's back in Los Angeles to take on another scourge: crack dealers.
Disco Worms (2008)
Barry is a spirited earthworm, despite his humdrum job at the local compost heap. But everything changes when he stumbles across an old disco record and devotes his life to a serious cause: forming a band and winning an annual song contest.
Do The Right Thing (1989)
What begins as an uproarious comedy evolves into a provocative, disquieting drama as director Spike Lee chronicles trivial events that bring festering racial tensions to the surface on a sweltering day in a largely black Brooklyn neighborhood.
Dragonheart: A New Beginning (2000)
This sequel introduces Draco the dragon's offspring, Drake, who dreams of becoming a knight and teams up with a stable boy to master his skills.
Dressed To Kill (1980)
When a woman is murdered in an elevator, a hooker who witnessed the crime teams with the victim's son to find out the truth in this chilling thriller.
Drop Dead Fred (1991)
After a woman leaves her cheating husband, she moves back into her childhood home and takes a huge step backward, reviving her imaginary friend, Fred.
El Crack (2011)
Freddy dreams of becoming a soccer star. When the best player is hurt and has to sit out, Freddy gets a chance to prove himself.
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)
After learning that his ex-girlfriend had an experimental medical procedure to purge all memories of him, a man decides to do the same with her.
Failure to Launch (2006)
In a desperate attempt to push their thirtysomething son Tripp out of the nest, a frustrated mother and father hire a beautiful "relationship consultant" with a patented plan to move him out of the house.
Far From Heaven (2002)
When she catches her husband with another man, a housewife finds herself dealing with infidelity and the racial tension that epitomized 1950s America.
Female Perversions (1996)
This movie tests Louise J. Kaplan's novel, through the character of Eve, a young, successful attorney. Caught between her career aspirations and her desire to help her kleptomaniac sister, Eve walks a tightrope between toughness and vulnerability.
For Love of the Game (1999)
An aging pitcher whose future on the mound is uncertain, Billy Chapel suddenly finds himself within reach of baseball's ultimate accomplishment: a perfect game. But his mind is elsewhere as (between pitches) he reflects on his failing relationship.
Frankenstein And the Monster From Hell (1974)
Using body parts "donated" by the inmates of a prison, Baron Frankenstein creates a gruesome ghoul that looks in part like an ape.
F/X 2 (1991)
A special-effects maven who develops high-tech, electronic toys is persuaded by a cop to devise a cunning illusion aimed at nabbing a serial killer.
Half Baked (1998)
Three ganja-smoking dimwits hatch a plot to raise bail money for their jailed friend by selling dope on the street. But they'd better spring their incarcerated buddy fast -- before he ends up as the "boy toy" of a criminal named Nasty Nate.
Hard Target (1993)
A cadre of villains hunts humans in New Orleans for evil kicks. When Yancy's father disappears, she asks "ragin' Cajun" Chance Boudreaux to find him.
The marriage between a New York writer and a political columnist ends when, among other things, his infidelity becomes a problem they cannot overcome.
Heaven's Gate (1980)
When wealthy cattlemen hire mercenaries to drive immigrant settlers off their land, Sheriff James Averill intervenes, befriending one of the outlaws.
High Art (1998)
A magazine editor is fascinated with her upstairs neighbor, a well-known photographer. Soon, the women's friendship grows into something much deeper.
Illegal Tender (2007)
When ghosts from his mother's past turn up to stymie his family's future, devoted son Wilson confronts the thug who robbed him of a father.
In The Cut (2003)
After embarking on an affair with the cop probing the murder of a young woman, an insular schoolteacher suspects her lover was involved in the crime.
In The Name Of The Father (1993)
This biopic examines the Irishman Gerry Conlon, who was wrongfully sentenced to life in prison for an IRA terrorist attack that killed four people.
Intolerable Cruelty (2002)
This battle-of-the-sexes comedy centers on a respected attorney and his toe-to-toe battle with his wealthy client's ex-wife, a skilled gold digger.
Jack Frost (1988)
In this heartwarming family movie, rock musician dad Jack Frost gets another shot at family time when he's reincarnated as a jolly snowman the Christmas after his tragic death in a car crash.
Instead of combat, this film focuses on the long, lonely days spent at war, and the caustic humor soldiers employ to deal with unbearable conditions.
Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
When Jay and Silent Bob learn that their comic book alter egos, Bluntman and Chronic, have been sold to Hollywood as part of a big-screen movie that leaves them out of any royalties, the pair travels to Tinseltown to sabotage the production.
Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)
The Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice Broadway collaboration gets the Hollywood treatment from director Norman Jewison with a format inspired by Shakespeare's "Henry V." In this version, a traveling troupe performs the rock opera in the Israeli desert. Texas rocker Ted Neeley stars as Jesus with Carl Anderson as Judas. Webber, Andre Prevín and Herb Spencer shared an Oscar nomination for Best Score Adaptation.
Just For Kicks (2003)
A rag-tag soccer team convinces a soccer-crazy mechanic to be their coach, but the man's mysterious past could spoil their chances for victory.
Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil (2010-2011)
Kick Buttowski may live in an ordinary town, but he's one extraordinary kid, who won't let size stop him from becoming the world's greatest daredevil.
Legionnaire Lyon Gaultier deserts his post and takes up bare-knuckle fighting in order to come to America and help the family of his murdered brother.
Miller's Crossing (1990)
Trusted adviser to 1920s Irish crime boss Lee O'Bannon, Tom Reagan's loyalty is tested when he takes up with O'Bannon's gal pal, Verna Bernbaum. Meanwhile, rivals Johnny Caspar and Eddie Dane threaten O'Bannon's racket. Gabriel Byrne, John Turturro, Albert Finney, Steve Buscemi, Jon Polito, J.E. Freeman and Marcia Gay Harden star in this marvelously crafted, unnerving crime-era epic helmed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen.
More American Graffiti (1979)
This sequel to the classic American Graffiti captures the original college group at four subsequent New Year's Eve celebrations from 1964 to 1967.
Mr. Bean: The Animated Series (2002)
Mr. Bean can't seem to stop making silly choices that land him in trouble -- often involving his grouchy landlady and her nasty one-eyed cat.
Mr. Bean: The Whole Bean (1990)
Funnyman Rowan Atkinson stars as the incorrigible Mr. Bean in this anthology that includes all 14 hilarious episodes of the sketch television series.
Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear (1991)
Bumbling cop Frank Drebin is out to foil the big boys in the energy industry, who intend to suppress technology that would put them out of business.
Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult (1994)
Called out of retirement, Lt. Frank Drebin is sent to jail on an undercover job to learn how a terrorist plans to blow up the Academy Awards ceremony.
Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
After his father dies, young Englishman Nicholas Nickleby, his sister and his mother, now penniless, are forced to seek help from a twisted uncle.
North Shore (1987)
Determined to conquer the perilous waves of the legendary North Shore, a brash teenage surfing champ moves to Hawaii for the summer.
Not Without My Daughter (1991)
An American housewife gets trapped in Iran when she accompanies her husband on a vacation to his homeland -- and he relocates the family there.
Once Upon A Time In Mexico (2003)
In the outlaw trilogy's final chapter, the CIA recruits roaming vigilante El Mariachi to take down a corrupt general allied with a powerful drug lord.
Perfect 10 Model Boxing: Volume 1 (2006)
Perfect 10 magazine and HDNet, delivers a combination of stunning beauty and punching prowess in boxing matches between professional models.
Personal Velocity (2002)
These dramatic vignettes tell the stories of three women trying to free themselves from the stifling constraints of the men in their lives.
A naive American soldier's view of the Vietnam War starts to change after he witnesses murder and rape at the hands of his compatriots.
Quigley Down Under (1990)
In this outback Western, American Matt Quigley answers Australian land baron Elliott Marston's ad for a sharpshooter to kill the dingoes on his property. But Quigley hits the road when he learns that Marston's real target is the aborigines.
Red Corner (1997)
An American businessman finds himself charged with murder and thrown headlong into China's nightmarish legal system in this tense thriller.
Requiem For A Dream (2000)
A widow's growing dependence on amphetamines and a self-help television show parallels the struggles of her junkie son and his girlfriend and friend.
Rescue: Imax (2010)
This high-octane documentary follows first responders as they train at sea, in the air and on the ground, preparing for the worst that can happen.
Return To Me (2000)
A Chicago architect donates his wife's heart after she's killed in an accident, and then falls for the woman who received the heart.
Revenge Of The Ninja (1983)
To escape his blood-soaked past, former ninja assassin Cho Osaki leaves Japan and relocates to Los Angeles, where he's befriended by an American businessman who, unbeknownst to Osaki, is a heroine trafficker embroiled in a beef with a mob boss.
Roman Holiday (1953)
Audrey Hepburn stars as a stifled princess who slips away from her guardians and is taken under the wing of a tabloid reporter looking for a scoop.
Romeo & Juliet (1968)
In director Franco Zeffirelli's version of this iconic love story, two star-crossed teens fall in love against the wishes of their feuding families.
A squad of mercenaries led by a former CIA operative is assembled to recover a mysterious briefcase sought by Irish terrorists and the Russian mob.
Rowan Atkinson Live (1992)
Odd-mannered English comedian Rowan Atkinson entertains a game live audience in Boston in this 1991 absurdist stand-up performance.
Running Scared (1986)
When their efforts to capture a drug lord raise the ire of their bosses, two wisecracking detectives take a much-needed vacation in the Florida Keys.
Scary Movie (2000)
The Wayans brothers spoof some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters, including Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Matrix and American Pie.
Seed of Chucky (2004)
Murderous doll Chucky gets help from his son, Glen, a doll as vengeful as his father, and Tiffany, Glen's "wife" who also has a thirst for blood.
Sometimes A Great Notion (1971)
Hank Stamper tries to keep his family's logging business afloat despite complications caused by his gruff father and ne'er-do-well younger brother.
Stanley & Iris (1990)
Stanley, a hardworking illiterate man, and Iris, newly widowed, make a connection when her purse is stolen and he finds her distressed on the street.
Street Fighter (1994)
Intrepid Col. William Guile takes on a malevolent warlord who kidnaps a busload of Guile's Allied Nations relief workers and holds them for ransom.
Terror Within (1989)
The apocalypse has come, and the world has been forever changed by "the accident," a chemical warfare experiment gone awry.
The Bad News Bears (1976)
Walter Matthau stars as beer-guzzling Morris Buttermaker, a former minor-league hurler roped into coaching a losing team of half-pint misfits.
The Bad News Bears In Breaking Training (1977)
Reeling from both their championship loss and the loss of their coach, the Bad News Bears travel to Houston to play a top Japanese Little League team.
The Bad News Bears Go To Japan (1978)
Marvin Lazar sees a moneymaking opportunity in the Bad News Bears and sends them to Japan to compete against the country's best Little League team.
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982)
A Texas sheriff is more interested in keeping open his town's most popular business, a notorious brothel, than he is in upholding the law.
The Best Of Times (1986)
Haunted years after his dropped pass cost his high school football team a big game, Jack and his old friend stage a rematch to settle old scores.
The Dogs Of War (1980)
Christopher Walken stars as a rash mercenary who leads a crack band of guerrillas in a brutal, all-out battle to overthrow a vicious African dictator.
The Faculty (1998)
High school kids notice an alien infection and try to stop the faculty members from taking over the school and its student body.
The Field (1990)
In 1930s western Ireland, feisty peasant Bull McCabe and a wealthy Irish American developer embark on a protracted battle over a parcel of land.
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972)
Outlaws Jesse James and Cole Younger join forces to rob the biggest bank west of the Mississippi, only to face a bloody gun battle with the townsfolk.
The Great Train Robbery (1978)
Victorian rogue Edward crafts a plan to stage England's first hold-up of a moving train to get to the 25,000 pounds of gold bars on board.
The Ground Truth (2006)
In this powerful documentary, American soldiers share their experiences on Iraq's battlefields and back home as they try to reassemble their lives.
The Heavy (2010)
In this taut thriller, an ex-con accepts a job as a London mob enforcer, only to find himself marked for death by a dirty cop.
The Kids In The Hall: Seasons 1-5 (1989-1993)
Mark McKinney, Bruce McCulloch, Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald and Scott Thompson make up a quirky sketch comedy group who indulge in pop culture parodies, celebrity impersonations -- watch for Thompson's Queen Elizabeth II -- and more. The Kids oftentimes appear as themselves rather than as characters, hilarious monologues are aplenty and courting controversy is not something with which this troupe is unaccustomed.
The Land Before Time IX (2002)
Littlefoot and his lovable friends explore the wonders of the Great Valley while testing the limits of their friendship.
The Land Before Time X (2003)
Lovable longneck dinosaur Littlefoot must make a grown-up choice: stay with his long-lost dad, or return to the friends and family he's always known?
The Land Before Time XII (2006)
As the Great Day of the Flyers nears, the flying dinos are all eager to participate -- except pterodactyl Petrie, who needs a lesson in teamwork.
The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1977)
After stealing a priceless family jewel, two brothers run off to join the fabled French Foreign Legion in this anarchic retooling of the classic saga.
The Long Goodbye (1973)
Robert Altman updates the exploits of 1940s hard-boiled gumshoe Phillip Marlowe, who ferrets out a killer in the City of Angels circa 1974. Now, he's a wisecracking cynic who deals with coke-addled, sun-worshipping suspects and nudist neighbors.
The Mill On The Floss (1997)
After cunning Lawyer Wakem takes over a mill owned for centuries by the Tulliver family, Maggie Tulliver falls in love with Wakem's handsome son.
The Rundown (2003)
Looking to retire and open a restaurant, a bounty hunter gets roped into one final assignment: fetching his boss's errant son from the Amazon jungle.
The Secret Of NIMH (1982)
This animated adventure chronicles the trials of a brave, widowed field mouse who must transplant her family to escape a farmer's plow.
The Unborn (1991)
Artificially inseminated, Virginia Marshall finds that morning sickness is the least of her worries when she learns of her doctor's hidden agenda.
Thick As Thieves (1999)
When Macklin, a professional thief-for-hire, realizes he's been set up by the local ghetto chief, Pointy Williams, he is determined to get even.
Thomas & Friends: Merry Winter Wish (2010)
Thomas gets into the spirit of the season by building snowmen, decorating and carrying a very special delivery: a holiday light that grants wishes.
In this musical take on the classic tale, Thumbelina finally meets a dreamy prince her own size. But before they can get together, she's kidnapped!
Top Gun (1986)
Tom Cruise plays a hotshot pilot who struggles to balance life, responsibility and a love affair while competing at the Navy's fighter-weapons school.
Triumph Of The Spirit (1989)
A champion Jewish boxer incarcerated in Auschwitz must choose between the gas chambers or taking on all comers in weekly exhibition fights.
Waking The Dead (2009)
The "mystic chords of memory" stretch a long way for aspiring politico Fielding Pierce (Billy Crudup). Wracked with guilt at expedient choices he made years before, Pierce (in the middle of a congressional election) begins to see visions of his long-lost love (Jennifer Connelly), who died while assisting members of the Chilean resistance a decade before.
War Games (1983)
After unwittingly hacking into a supercomputer at North American Aerospace Defense Command, David moves his piece in a seemingly innocent video game -- and tells the computer to start preparing a real nuclear strike.
War Games 2: The Dead Code (2008)
Young computer whiz Will Farmer inadvertently sparks an international incident when he hacks into a government supercomputer simulation that marks him as a potential terrorist. This thriller is a follow-up to the Cold War-inspired 1980s hit film.
In this epic drama, gung-ho Marine Joe Enders is assigned to protect a "windtalker," one of several Navajo Indians used to relay messages during World War II because their spoken language was indecipherable to Japanese code breakers.