Ralph Richardson | Actor
Jack Irish: Bad Debts
"A phone message from an ex-client – Danny McKillop (Simon Russell) – doesn’t ring any bells for Jack and sends him searching through old case files, dredging up memories of the bleakest kind. Jack wasn’t at the top of his game when he represented Danny ten years earlier. King hit by scotch on the rocks and the murder of his wife Isabel (Emma Booth), Jack is amazed he managed to drag himself out of bed in the mornings let alone make it to court. Bottom line – Danny did five years for manslaughter and he might have been set up. So when Danny turns up dead, Jack feels like he has failed his ex-client twice over. Keen to set the ledger straight, Jack starts investigating Danny’s death. With his ad-hoc, unorthodox, crumpled style he begins to peel back the layers that connects Danny’s death to dodgy cops, drug dealers, a slimy priest and a blackmailing pornographer. "
Jack Irish: Black Tide
"Life’s gone pear-shaped for Jack Irish (Guy Pearce). He’s back to takeaway Chinese for one after his girlfriend Linda (Marta Dusseldorp) abandoned him for a career in Sydney, a flashy Brisvegas type is muscling in on the racetrack action, and his cabinet-making still leaves a lot to be desired. So when an old teammate of his dad’s turns up looking for help, it’s a welcome distraction for Jack. Des Connors’ (Ron Jacobson) son Gary (Nicholas Coghlan) has gone missing, having nicked off with all Des’s money. But sometimes prodigal sons go AWOL for a reason. As Jack begins to dig he discovers Gary was a man with something to hide and a very good reason to disappear – or be disappeared. Finding Gary turns nasty when Jack pushes the wrong buttons at the headquarters of a national transport company owned by one of Australia’s wealthiest men. Suddenly there is a disturbing number of faceless people in ill-fitting suits taking an interest in Jack’s quest including Dave (Don Hany) – an obsessive federal agent and head of a clandestine operation called Black Tide. "
Life In The Hole
In a warehouse in the middle of nowhere, two rival prostitutes held against their will join forces to help a 9 year-old girl escape her future as a child sex slave.
Jack Irish: Dead Point
Jack is back. Guy Pearce returns in the third instalment of Jack Irish – Dead Point: based on the award-winning thriller by author, Peter Temple. Jack Irish (Guy Pearce) is a part-time lawyer, mug punter and finder of people who’d rather remain lost. When a high profile judge, Justice Loder (Barry Humphries), commissions him to locate a mysterious red book, Jack is thrown into a world of sexy club owners, dodgy drug dealers, bisexual blackmailers, and unhinged killers. Anyone who touches the red book turns up dead. Jack should follow his instinct and back away very slowly and very quietly. If only the judge wasn’t family.
When Puppets And Dolls Attack!
Step aside, Chucky! From the masters at Full Moon Horror comes: When Puppets and Dolls Attack! A 3-hour jam packed compilation of Classic Kills, Mayhem, Mischief, and Terror from the most Terrifying Puppets and Dolls ever created. Try not to let any blood spatter on your clothing while you watch Full Moon's grisly collection of doll and puppet-oriented horror films, since it might eventually be submitted as evidence against you. This compilation focuses strictly on toys that you'd never dream of giving your children--or would you?
Air Terjun Pengantin
Tiara was on vacation with friends and boyfriend to an island called Pulau Pengantin. There was a waterfall called Air Terjun Pengantin. But, no one knows that there was a terrible event happened on that falls. Tiara's vacation turned into a nightmare when an uninvited figure was secretly hunt her and her friends. Who was that unidentified killer? Were Tiara able to escape from the island?
To Be Delivered
To Be Delivered is Tom's story, an inspiring actor who hitchhikes to Los Angeles for an audition. The only car which stops is Amy's, an attractive twenty eight-year-old young woman. Everything goes well, until Tom discovers that Amy is not the person that she claims to be.
Blonde And Blonder
Two beautiful women, Dee and Dawn, are mistaken for international killers.
Near the end of the 19th century, 35-year-old José Rizal turned into the Philippines’ most beloved hero when he was martyred by the Spanish colonial government at Bagumbayan. He died an extraordinary man of his times: renowned novelist, poet, ophthalmologist, journalist, and linguist. But behind these achievements, there remained the story of a man every Filipino can relate and connect to. Like today’s overseas Filipino, Rizal needed to leave his family to fulfill his studies and career abroad, suffering from homesickness, and enduring a long-distance relationship with the woman he loved most. He was also the best example of the Filipino who came back home and used the knowledge and skills he learned abroad to help improve the lives of his family and countrymen.
A Christmas Reunion
Back in High School, Amy and Jack were from opposite sides of the track, but their love seemed to defy the realities of life in the small town of Grapevine. The one place they would take refuge from the world is Amy''s Aunt Linda's Bakery: The Rolling Pin. They would help with the baking, and organize the Christmas Cookie Contest amongst other things. After graduation however, their lives went on different paths, away from the small town and from each other. Now, almost 20 years later, the news of Aunt Linda's passing forces Amy and Jack to return to Grapevine. Both named in her will, they have to fulfill many requirements or forfeit their common inheritance of Aunt Linda's diner and beautiful estate. Rediscovering themselves and each other as they go through Aunt Linda's estate, their ultimate challenge is to carry out the Annual Christmas Cookie Contest.