Trumbo, 2007. This is a documentary about the life of Dalton Trumbo written by his son, Christopher Trumbo. See the true story behind the upcoming dramatic movie starring Bryan Cranston, due in theatres on November 27.
The Great Race, 1965. Blake Edwards directed this comedy about a race from New York City to Paris, France. Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Peter Falk and Natalie Wood star.
Hard Times, 1975. Charles Bronson stars in this drama about a depression era boxer and an unscrupulous promoter.
Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet, 2013. A ten year old boy leaves his unconventional family to travel to Washington DC to accept a prize for his invention. Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the director of Delicatessen, Amelie, and City of Lost Children directs.
Happy Valley, 2014. Sarah Lancashire stars as a sergeant whose home-life tragedies collide with her current criminal case. A second series is currently in production.
Chasing Shadows, 2014. British crime drama about a police unit that searches for missing persons.
Lonely are the Brave, 1962. Kirk Douglas stars as a cowboy who causes himself to be arrested in order to help his incarcerated friend escape. Kirk Douglas once said it was his favorite film. Dalton Trumbo wrote the screenplay from Edward Abbey’s novel.
Peaky Blinders, 2014-ongoing. Season One stars Sam Neill and Cillian Murphy. This unique and gritty British series is about gangsters on the rise in 1919 Birmingham and the police trying to stop them.
Dressed to Kill, 1980. Brian De Palma directed this thriller. A murderer tries to silence the only witness to their crime. The film stars Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson and Nancy Allen. Read about all the Criterion extras at