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REALPLAYER MOVIE LIBRARY - FREE ONLINE

RealPlayer Movie Library is an online movie service network that offers hip, fun, and edgy entertainment programming. It streams a variety of shows, which cater to every individual’s needs. Ranging from high impact action flicks, light - hearted comedy, feel good romance / drama, nail biting thriller / horror, hard-hitting reality, TV series and documentary – all free. BROWSE more than 1000 hours of exciting movies, TV series, Reality and documentary.

New titles are added each week; on this page you’ll find a selection of titles recently added to the RealPlayer Movie Library, available for viewing FREE.

FLIRTING WITH FLAMENCO (UK, 2006 – Romance/Drama/Comedy) (Added to library May 7, 2009)
'Plain Jane' Sylvia (Holly Davidson) is chronically lacking in self-confidence, suffering constant put-downs and the ever-present threat of being fired from the call centre where she slaves away under the watchful eye of her monstrous boss and his sexy assistant. However, when gorgeous guitarist Pablo (Jake Canuso) enters her life, the sexy flamenco rhythms begin to move her feet, and Sylvia blossoms.

When Sylvia's well-meaning dad (Tom Watt) surprises her with a devastating revelation, Sylvia's world is turned upside-down. But will she crumble or prove herself at the local flamenco contest? An uplifting, feel-good, Brit comedy drama.
Directed by Jim Doyle.

BOMB THE SYSTEM (Thailand, 2002 – Action/Drama) (Added to library May 7, 2009)
Multi-award winning drama about Blest (Mark Webber), the most notorious graffiti writer New York has ever seen. He spends his days looting from the local hardware store and his nights “bombing” the streets with his graffiti crew. After meeting and falling in love with the beautiful Alexandra (Jaclyn DeSantis), Blest must choose between his current path of destruction and his future.

Things get explosive when the youngest member of his crew, Lune (Jade Yorker), is arrested and brutalized by the corrupt cop Bobby Cox (Al Sapienza). In retaliation, Blest and his crew begin a rampage and wage a “graffiti war” against the police, tagging cop cars, wreaking havoc and a personal vendetta against the NYPD Vandal Squad.

Blest reaches the heights of urban fame and the depths of anger and jealousy as the conflict escalates, leading to a confrontation that will cost more than one life. Directed by Adam Bhala Lough.
 

KINGMAKER (Thai, 2005 - Action) (Added to library April 30, 2009)
An epic action/adventure of war, loyalty and betrayal set in 1547. Fernando De Gama (Gary Stretch), a young soldier of fortune from Portugal, sets sail for the Orient in a bid to find the man that murdered his father and, with luck, like many of his fellow countrymen, to make his fortune.

A vicious storm in the Indian Ocean almost ends his plans when his ship sinks. The sole survivor, he is washed up on a tropical beach only to be captured by Arab slavers and taken to Ayutthaya in the kingdom of Siam where he is offered for sale as a slave. He is rescued from slavery when a beautiful young Portuguese woman Maria (Cindy Burbridge), buys him from the Arabs. Despite her father’s displeasure, they fall in love.

His services are soon in demand when the King (Nirut Sirichanya) of Siam declares war on a Northern renegade pretender and the King commands him to be one of his personal Guard along with a new found Thai friend of tremendous gallantry, Tong (Dom Hetrakul). Unbeknownst to the king, his beautiful but devious wife, Queen Sudachan (Yoe Hassadeevichit), plots to kill him and place her lover on the throne.

The first attempt by the Queen to rid herself of the king fails and she enlists the services of Phillippe (John Rhys-Davies), who had murdered Fernando's father. Although innocent, Fernando and Tong are arrested for the King’s death and forced to fight each other to the death for the amusement of Queen Sudachan and her lover, the new king. Directed by: Lek Kitaparaporn

LOVE OBJECT (US, 2004 – Thriller/Horror) (Added to library April 30, 2009)
Kenneth (Desmond Harrington) has never been lucky with women. He is attracted to his assistant, Lisa Bellmer (Melissa Sagemiller), but is too shy and awkward to approach her. When he comes across a company that manufactures lifelike, custom-designed sex dolls, a momentary impulse leads him to purchase one designed to look just like Lisa. He projects his feelings for Lisa onto the doll, with whom he starts carrying on an imaginary affair, complete with dinners and kinky sex.

When his relationship with the real Lisa begins to grow, he starts comparing her to the doll and becomes dissatisfied with Lisa's human imperfections. In his twisted mind, Kenneth's ultimate goal now shifts from making the doll increasingly like Lisa to making Lisa more like the doll — with horrific results. Directed by: Robert Parigi
 

CARELESS (US, 2007) (Added to library April 16, 2009; dark comedy)
A dark comedy about Wiley Roth (Colin Hanks), who finds a finger in his kitchen one day and searches for the hand to which it belongs. After freaking out, he and his best friend Mitch (Fran Kranz) search across Los Angeles. Their journey brings them in contact with psychics, ineffectual police, crooked taxidermists, mysterious neighbours who might be on drugs, and a nine-fingered woman named Cheryl (Rachel Blanchard) who might, improbably, end up being the girl of his dreams.

Director Peter Spears is a successful actor and is known for his Sundance Film Festival hit, Ernest and Bertram. He recently worked on a new HBO series and on the musical Asphalt Beach

I SEE YOU.COM (US, 2006) (Added to library April 16, 2009; comedy)
Colby (Matthew Botuchis), son of Lydia (Rosanna Arquette) and stepson of Harvey Bellinger (Beau Bridges) buys mini-cameras on the internet and installs them in every room of the house. With the help of his girlfriend Randi Sommers (Shiri Appleby) he uploads the footage to the, I-See-You.com website. When the family finds out they’re furious – until they learn that the website makes $17,000 a week. The family agrees to continue with the online show, but they begin acting differently around the camera and the visitor count begins dwindling. To boost the readership, they invite Italian hunk, Ciro (Victor Alfieri), to live in the house. The sexual tension generated boosts the site to over 10 million visitors. But the ensuing conflict has unexpected consequences. Directed by Eric Steven Stahl.

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