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  • The Pride Of Jesse Hallam

    Gary Nelson directed this TV movie drama (1981) about an illiterate coal miner (Johnny Cash) who attends a Cincinnati high school to learn how to read and write. more...
  • Prime Cut

    Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman star in this 1972 crime drama about a Chicago mob enforcer sent to Kansas City to settle a score with a sadistic cattle rancher. more...
  • Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (PG-13)

    Disney and megaproducer Jerry Bruckheimer, whose partnership has yielded the National Treasure and Pirates of the Caribbean franchises, churn out another disposable family entertainment with this screen adaptation of a sword-and-sorcery video game. more...
  • The Principal Story

    Tod Lending (Legacy, Omar & Pete) and David Mrazek directed this documentary look at two school principals—one a relative novice in Chicago, the other a veteran in Springfield. more...
  • The Prize

    A mother and her seven-year-old child, hiding from the government during Argentina's "dirty war" in the 1970s, are endangered when the daughter's school essay about the army wins a prize. more...
  • Promised Land

    Directed by Yoruba Richen, this 2009 documentary examines the land-ownership conflicts between blacks and whites in South Africa that have arisen in the wake of Apartheid. more...
  • Public Lighting

    Video artist Mike Hoolbloom's 2004 experimental film consists of six portraits "telling of ordinary follies, narcissistic obsessions, demiurgic desires, and wounded memories." more...
  • Pump Up the Volume

    An alienated and politically disaffected teenager (Christian Slater) in an Arizona suburb makes pirate radio broadcasts venting his spleen and libido, and finds himself heading a student revolution in an exciting and affecting comedy-drama (1990) with a genuine lift. more...