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9 Pulse Pounding Movies Bundle


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Samuel L. Jackson, James Earl Jones, Morgan Freeman, Louis Gossett Jr., Sidney Poitier, Mario Van Peebles, Danny Glover


Nine movies with A-list, Oscar-winning actors who took on leading roles featuring characters who displayed the utmost courage.


Freedomland - In this explosive thriller, when Brenda Martin (Julianne Moore) claims her car was stolen with her son in the backseat, the chilling accusation sparks an intense investigation led by Detective Lorenzo Council (Samuel L. Jackson).

No Good Deed - While doing a friend a favor and searching for a runaway teenager (Milla Jovovich), a police detective (Samuel L. Jackson) stumbles upon a bizarre band of criminals about to pull off a bank robbery.

In My Country - An American reporter (Samuel L. Jackson) and an Afrikaans poet (Juliette Binoche) meet and fall in love while covering South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings.

BAADASSSSS! - Mario Van Peebles stars in a candid portrait of his father Melvin and his struggle as a young, black director during the socially-shifting ‘70s.

The Last Days of Malcolm X - This part documentary, part dramatic depiction centers on the final days of outspoken civil rights leader Malcolm X starring Morgan Freeman.

The River Niger - The Tony Award-winning play is brought to the screen featuring a marvelous cast which includes James Earl Jones, Cicely Tyson and Louis Gossett Jr.

Out - Peter Coyote and Danny Glover star in this oddball comedy, depicting twenty years in the life of Rex (Coyote), a mercenary road warrior.

South Bronx Heroes - With help from an ex-convict (Mario Van Peebles), a 14-year-old (Brendan Ward) tries to blackmail his foster father who is involved in child pornography.

The Mark of the Hawk - Obam (Sidney Poitier) is faced with a dilemma when he returns to his African homeland for a political position after spending time in London attending school.




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732 Minutes


Mill Creek Entertainment