, 2h6 Réalisé parChristophe Gans OrigineCanada GenresThriller, Fantastique, Aventure, Horreur ThèmesL'enfance, Informatique, Jeu, Jeu vidéo, Adaptation d'un jeu vidéo ActeursRadha Mitchell, Sean Bean, Laurie Holden, Deborah Kara Unger, Kim Coates, Tanya Allen Rôle Distressed Woman Note64% Sharon, une petite fille adoptée de 10 ans, parle durant ses crises de somnambulisme d'un endroit nommé Silent Hill (qui se trouve en Virginie-Occidentale de même que l'orphelinat où Sharon fut adoptée). Après avoir découvert qu'il s'agit d'une ville fantôme, sa mère, Rose, décide contre l'avis de son mari Christopher, d'emmener sa fille à Silent Hill dans l'espoir de comprendre ce dont elle souffre et de la soigner. Rose, Sharon ainsi que Cybil Bennett, une motarde de la police qui les avait suivies par suspicion, se retrouvent toutes trois, après un accident de voiture causé par l'apparition sur la route d'une petite fille, dans la ville fantôme de Silent Hill.
, 1h29 GenresDrame ActeursTatiana Maslany, Megan Follows, Erik Knudsen, Lauren Collins, Sarah Allen, Roberta Maxwell Rôle Mrs. MacDonald Note63% Beatrice “Booky” Thomson, is a spunky 15-year-old who dreams of becoming a great writer despite the odds. Life in Toronto during the 1930s are hard ones for Booky’s family. Parents Thomas and Francy are barely able to eke out a living for themselves and their children Willa, Arthur and Booky. But irrepressible Booky, with her big imagination and even bigger plans, seems able to tackle anything.
, 4h Réalisé parDavid L. Cunningham OrigineEtats-Unis GenresDrame, Documentaire, Historique ThèmesAfrique post-coloniale, Les attentats du 11 septembre 2001, Le terrorisme, Transport, Aviation, Dans un avion, Film catastrophe, Détournement d'avion ActeursHarvey Keitel, Donnie Wahlberg, Michael Benyaer, Stephen Root, Barclay Hope, Patricia Heaton Note62% The miniseries presented a dramatization of the sequence of events leading to the September 11, 2001 attacks by Al Qaeda on the United States, starting from the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and up to the minutes after the collapse of the World Trade Center in 2001. The point of view of the movie is from two primary protagonists: John P. O'Neill, and a composite Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent, "Kirk". O'Neill was the real-life Special Agent in charge of Al Qaeda investigations at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He died in the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11 shortly after retiring from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and taking the position of Director of Security for the World Trade Center. The composite CIA agent "Kirk" is shown dealing with various American allies, especially Northern Alliance leader Ahmed Shah Massoud, in Afghanistan. In addition, "Patricia", a CIA headquarters analyst, represents the views of the rank and file at CIA headquarters. The miniseries features dramatizations of various incidents summarized in the 9/11 Commission Report, and represented in high level discussions held within both the Clinton and Bush administrations. The final hour of the movie dramatizes the events of 9/11, including a re-creation of the second plane entering the World Trade Center, Tom Burnett's calls to his wife, and John Miller's reporting near the scene of the attacks. The film concludes with information about the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission, as well as the performance evaluation the Commission gave the government when it reconvened in 2005.
, 1h40 Réalisé parBill Duke OrigineEtats-Unis GenresDrame ActeursTimothy Hutton, Maury Chaykin, Bill Smitrovich, Mimi Kuzyk, Colin Fox, Saul Rubinek Note79% The voice of Archie Goodwin (Timothy Hutton) introduces us to the seventh-of-a-ton master sleuth Nero Wolfe (Maury Chaykin) — "a man who thinks he's the world's greatest detective. Truth being, he is." Wolfe lives in an opulent Manhattan brownstone on West 35th Street, where he enjoys reading, the cultivation of rare orchids, beer, and fine food prepared by his resident chef, Fritz Brenner (Colin Fox). The brownstone is also home to Archie, Wolfe's confidential assistant and legman, whose responsibilities include goading his sedentary boss into working occasionally to replenish the coffers.
, 1h32 OrigineCanada GenresDrame ActeursWendy Crewson, Leon Pownall, Shawn Doyle, Cedric Smith, Art Hindle, Eric Peterson Rôle Sister Rosaria Note58% It’s 1919 and wealthy Toronto theatre magnate Ambrose Small (Art Hindle) has just sold his chain of theatres for over a million dollars… but he doesn’t get a chance to enjoy it. Shortly after his wife Theresa (Wendy Crewson) deposits the cheque in the bank, Ambrose mysteriously disappears without a trace. Ambrose’s disappearance sets of a powder keg of accusations directed at Theresa and young detective Cole Willis (Joel Keller) is brought in for her protection. Cole is immediately infatuated with the beautiful and alluring widow and finds himself caught up in the growing scandal involving sex, drugs and seedy politics. Cole must wade through the lies, deceit and corruption that surround Theresa Small in order to find out if she is capable of murder.
, 1h33 OrigineEtats-Unis GenresDrame ActeursBeau Bridges, Bruce Davison, Alice Krige, Jena Malone, Frances McDormand, Dan Petronijevic Rôle Hospital Administrator Note66% Willa and Caroline are playing hide and seek at Caroline's house. As Willa runs through the house looking for a place to hide we see that Caroline's house is very upscale. It's three stories with a swimming pool and expensive furniture. Robbie is hiding in a tree across the street watching his sister. He is supposed to pick up Willa but he waits until after the Millerton's let Willa eat dinner with them before he knocks on the door.
, 1h32 OrigineCanada GenresDrame ThèmesMaladie, Folie, Le handicap, L'autisme ActeursAmanda Plummer, Megan Follows, Dan Lett, Ashley Taylor, Nicky Guadagni Note63% Franny Basilio (Amanda Plummer) is determined to help her musically gifted autistic sister Rosetta (Megan Follows) have a life of her own. Their mother Regina (Teresa Stratas), who gave up a promising career as an opera singer to raise her children, refuses to acknowledge Rosetta’s talent and believes she will never be capable of looking after herself. Franny vehemently disagrees with her mother, which has caused friction between them since she was a child. Eventually, Regina’s bitterness, ignorance and desire for acknowledgement of her own talent cause a rift between her and her daughters. Franny ultimately moves out of the house causing Rosetta to hurt herself in a desperate cry for help. Rosetta is hospitalized and assessed by doctors who recommend to Regina that her daughter be lobotomized for her own good. Franny must summon all of her courage in order to prevent her mother from allowing Rosetta to have the operation and be committed to an institution for the rest of her life.