1984 / 110
This movie adaptation of George Orwell's novel follows the "reeducation" of two people who break the law in a totalitarian state by falling in love.
2006 / 117
Based on actual events, this historical drama tells the story of an 18th-century English politician who fought for the abolition of slavery. A noble man's goal is the freedom he himself has -- for everyone. But freedom doesn't make the fight any easier.
2006 / 101
When a local musician and his band are forced to perform in honor of a right-wing coup, his daughter schemes to make their music subversive instead.
2004 / 161
This docudrama based on the same-titled book tracks the aftermath of a 1993 bombing in Bombay through the eyes of a journalist covering the story.
1995 / 177
Scottish warrior William Wallace slays a local English lord's soldiers, which leads to an epic revolt. Love made him a leader. Freedom gave him purpose. And courage made him a legend. But not without a price.
2013 / 104
After private detective Billy Taggart informs the mayor of New York that his wife is having an affair, the woman's lover turns up dead. It's nice to know someone who can pull a few strings. Just hope he doesn't pull the one that frames you for murder.
2011 / 3.2 / 110
Follow the 2007 election of French president Nicolas Sarkozy through an ironic lens, including his inability to save his marriage to his second wife. The French president lost his wife the day he won the election. Was his road to victory also a shortcut to collapse?
2005 / 3.4 / 128
Justin Quayle, a member of the British High Commission based in Africa, begins his own international investigation when his wife is murdered. A diplomat in Africa suspects that his wife was murdered because she knew too much. Now he does too.
1973 / 142
A French paramilitary group disgusted with President Charles de Gaulle's decision to free French Algeria plans his assassination. To take down the president, it'll cost them half a million. But this assassin is worth every penny.
2010 / 114
A hardened vet of Rio de Janeiro's drug wars is now head of a special police unit, which comes with new responsibilities and dangers.
2015 / 85
The story of controversial figure Eva Peron continues after her death as her body is transported through a series of eerie and clandestine events.
2010 / 107
Valerie Plame finds her life, career and marriage in jeopardy when her own government leaks her status as a CIA operative in a political vendetta. She spied for her country. But when her husband blew the whistle on those in power, they blew her cover.
2006 / 113
Richard Linklater's fictional tale critiques the junk-food juggernaut that's arguably responsible for America's alarming obesity rates.
1982 / 191
Ben Kingsley stars as the diminutive attorney who stood up against British rule in India and became a global symbol of nonviolence and understanding. Peace, presence and humanity. Can these weapons help one man defeat an empire and free a nation?
2010 / 3.3 / 127
After agreeing to help former a British prime minister finish his memoirs, a ghostwriter finds himself in danger when he uncovers a web of secrets. To turn a politician's life into prose, he'll need to know everything -- even secrets certain to get a writer killed.
1997 / 125
A tough female topographer trains with the elite Navy SEALs, but with a 60% dropout rate, no one expects her to survive the grueling regime. In the Navy, it's every man for himself. But when you're a woman, muscles and an attitude will only get you so far.
2011 / 100
Dirty tricks stand to soil an ambitious young press spokesman's idealism in a cutthroat presidential campaign where "victory" is relative. This young upstart needs to learn the lesson that strong character and moral fortitude are handicaps in politics.
2011 / 104
Margaret Thatcher, the first female prime minister of Britain, navigates a career destined to change the rules of leadership and politics. There are women who broke down gender walls. And then there's former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
2011 / 136
This biopic profiles J. Edgar Hoover, who pushed the envelope professionally and led a complex personal life during his 47 years as head of the FBI. Even the wealthiest and most powerful can't hide their secrets from him ... but he has a few secrets of his own.
2011 / 4.2 / 132
Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's leading pro-democracy reformer, is held under house arrest for 15 years while her English husband works for her release. Under house arrest for daring to cry freedom. Fifteen years gone. Her plight turned all eyes toward Burma.
2008 / 128
Sean Penn stars in this biopic about Harvey Milk, the openly gay San Francisco politician who was murdered by a disgruntled city supervisor in 1978. A political role model for gay men. A friend and colleague ended his career with a bullet. It's still hard to know why.
2007 / 95
This animated Oscar nominee follows a young woman's childhood in repressive Iran, her adolescence in France and her return to Tehran as an adult. A girl with too much spunk for Iran grows into a culturally torn expat. The saying is true: You can never go home again.
2007 / 117
Suspected of terrorism, an Egyptian-born man "vanishes" and is taken to a secret prison, while his wife desperately tries to uncover his whereabouts. An American wife and a CIA analyst fight for the release of her Egyptian husband. Whistle-blowing or aiding the enemy?
2012 / 132
In 18th-century Denmark, the unstable King Christian VII neglects his young queen, Mathilde, who falls in love with his German physician. A young queen. An insane king. An amorous physician. It’s just your average 18th century revolution in the making.