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Looks like we're going about warp 4.5.
Human children have such fertile imaginations.
Sub-commander.
These were sent by my nephew's fourth grade class.
I thought the crew might like to see how excited folks back home are about our mission.
I'm going to put this one up in Sick Bay.
Would you like one for your quarters?
This rendering is crude, yet surprisingly accurate.
Huh... some of these kids are pretty talented.
Which one do you want?
This one's nice... or...
maybe you want
"First Contact"?
Or...
how about this one?
We're dropping out of warp.
For those of you who aren't near a window you might want to find one.
There's something pretty amazing off starboard.
Senior staff please report to the Bridge.
I've checked the Vulcan database, sir.
No previous sightings.
That means we discovered it.
"Archer's Comet."
Take us closer, Ensign.
Aye, sir.
It's been a long road Getting from there to here
It's been a long time But my time is finally near
And I will see my dream come alive at last I will touch the sky
And they're not gonna hold me down no more No, they're not gonna change my mind
'Cause I've got faith of the heart I'm going where the heart will take me
I've got faith to believe I can do anything
I've got strength of the soul No one's gonna bend or break me
I can reach any star I've got faith
I've got faith Faith of the heart
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008 [1x08] Breaking the Ice
Ever seen anything like that in your astronomy books?
Wow!
That's one big snowball.
The diameter is 82.6 kilometers.
I always wanted to chase a comet.
Maybe we should spend a few days following this one.
Vulcan and human scientists have researched hundreds of comets.
They've proven to be little more than rock and ice.
Except this one's bigger than any comet humans have ever seen.
That's got to be worth a look.
Stay with it, Travis.
Aye, sir.
Milk. Cold.
Catching up on your reading?
I came for tea.
Stay away from the Zariphean blend
unless you want to stay up for the next three days.
Caffeine has little effect on Vulcan physiology.
Green tea. Hot.
You want to join me?
I could use the company.
I'm very tired.
Tell me about it.
I put out about a hundred fires in Engineering this afternoon and missed dinner.
Then somebody told me Chef made a pecan pie and suddenly my life brightened.
It's been my favorite since I was a kid.
Care for a bite?
No, thank you.
It's delicious.
It's mostly sugar.
Well, Vulcans don't have a sweet tooth?
It may not be good for the body but it sure is good for the soul.
I feel better already.
Must be a real page-turner.
You all right?
I'm fine, Commander.
Good night.
Sweet dreams.
Eisilium?
It's an extremely rare mineral.
This comet appears to contain large quantities of it.
I've never heard of eisilium.
Vulcan chemists have only obtained small amounts.
They've never been able to study it in detail.
This could be your chance.
Can we collect a sample with the transporter?
Most of the eisilium deposits are at least 20 meters beneath the crust.
That's too deep to get a lock.
We've got the portable drilling rig, sir.
The comet's certainly big enough to land on.
We could take a shuttlepod.
I'd advise setting down near one of the two poles.
If you're out of direct sunlight the surface ice will be more stable.
How long would you need?
It shouldn't take more than three or four hours.
Are you up for a little comet walk?
By all means.
Get started.
Captain...
I'm detecting a vessel closing on our position.
It's Vulcan.
The Starship Ti'Mur.
Hail them.
This is Captain Jonathan Archer of the Starship Enterprise.
I'm Captain Vanik.
Pleased to meet you.
You're a long way from Earth, Captain.
Are you lost?
Not at all.
Just taking a look at this comet.
Our sensors detected it two days ago.
We also decided to investigate.
Really?
My Science Officer tells me that Vulcans aren't very interested in comets.
Actually, it's your interest in the comet we're investigating.
We plan to send a drilling team to the surface to collect core samples.
You're welcome to participate.
If you have no objection we'd like to remain here and observe.
Say as long as you want.
T'Pol.
I'd love to know what they're really doing here.
You don't find anything strange about them suddenly showing up?
Perhaps they're simply curious.
Curious?
That doesn't sound very Vulcan to me.
This isn't the first time we've caught them lurking around.
Remember three weeks ago? The planetary nebula?
That was nothing more than a survey ship.
So why didn't they respond to our hails?
Why'd they go to warp when we headed toward them.
I'm starting to get the feeling they're looking over our shoulder a little too often.
That seems unlikely.
We'll see.
Fine.
If Vanik is the kind of guy who likes to watch...
let him.
I've never stood on a comet before.
Has anyone?
Good question.
I've only seen snow twice in my life.
Well, then it's only fitting that we commemorate the occasion.
You mean plant a flag?
Ah, too predictable.
Snowball fight.
EV suits would take all the fun out of that.
We'll just have to see how the spirit moves us when we get there.
Commander, you wanted to see me?
Take a look at something, will you?
I've been running diagnostics and I found
some kind of power surge in the transceiver array.
Looks like an encrypted transmission.
It came from the Vulcan ship.
Who was it sent to?
You're sure this was sent to her quarters?
I wish I wasn't.
Did she say anything to you about it?
Not a word.
We had an agreement.
She promised not to speak to the Vulcans without telling me.
Looks like she's having some trouble keeping her promises.
Should I have Hoshi decrypt it?
Tell her it's top priority.
Whenever you're ready, Captain.
You sure you want me here for this?
I've got a lot of work to do.
Stay put, Commander.
This is important.
Start the recording.
To the students of Ms. Malvin's fourth grade class
at the Worley Elementary School in Kenmare County Kerry, Ireland:
this is Captain Archer aboard the starship Enterprise.
On behalf of the entire crew I'd like to thank you for your transmission.
We all got a real kick out of your drawings and letters.
You asked a lot of interesting questions.
I wish we had time to answer all of them
but if we did that we wouldn't get much exploring done.
So, I've selected a few and hopefully our answers
will give you a better idea of what life is like out here.
Liam Brennan asks, "What do you eat?"
For the most part, the same things you eat at home.
Our chef can make anything from a peanut butter
and jelly sandwich to, uh... turkey with all the trimmings.
We have a hydoponic greenhouse on board
where we grow fruits and vegetables and we can also
replicate certain foods with our protein re-sequencer.
Here's one from Geoff Miles.
"Is dating allowed on Enterprise?"
Well, it's not discouraged but there isn't a lot of privacy on a starship.
Most of our crew share quarters with at least one other person
so, it wouldn't exactly be practical.
But if two crew members decided they really like each other
there are a lot of places they can go to look at the stars.
Chloe O'Shannon wants to know "How do we talk to aliens?"
I think I'll give that one to my communications officer Ensign Hoshi Sato.
Well, Ch that's a very good question.
We use a device called the Universal Translator.
It's like an alien dictionary with hundreds of languages programmed into it
and it can learn new languages very quickly...
but it doesn't always work,
and when that happens it's up to me to try to translate.
I'm sure I don't have to tell you it can be really hard sometimes.
One wrong word can mean the difference between saying
"Take my hand" or "Take my life."
So far I've managed to do pretty well.
Thanks, Hoshi.
Here's one from Molly McCook.
"When you flush the toilet, where does it go?"
That sounds like an engineering question
so we'll ask Commander Charles Tucker, our chief engineer.
Trip?
Pause it, will you?
A poop question, sir?
Can't I talk about the warp reactor or the transporter?
It's a perfectly valid question.
First thing you got to understand is we recycle pretty much everything on a starship.
That includes... waste.
The first thing that happens to the waste
is it gets processed through a machine called a bio-matter re-sequencer.
Then it gets broken down into... hold on.
They're going to think I'm the sanitation engineer.
You're doing fine.
So, the waste is broken down into little molecules
and then they get transformed into any number of things we can use on the ship:
cargo containers, insulation... boots.
You name it.
Very enlightening, Commander.
Gabrielle Witty wants to know if germs can live in space.
Ah... I believe I can answer that, Captain.
Hello, children.
I'm Dr. Phlox, the ship's physician.
I'm from a system called Denobula Triaxa
and I feel very honored to be part of this important mission.
Germs--
mm-hmm-- they may be tiny
but they are among the most resilient organisms known to medical science.
They can survive almost anywhere--
on your kitchen counter, under your fingernail.
In the vacuum of space, over 200 million space-dwelling microbes have been cataloged.
One of the most virulent species lives inside grains of interstellar dust.
Polycocyx astris.
They can drift in a dormant state for millions of years
and still cause a nasty cold.
I once discovered a peculiar colony of spores on a hull...
Thank you, Doctor.
Fascinating.
I think we've taken up enough of Ms. Malvin's classroom time.
By the way, we've included some pictures of a comet we're studying.
We think it might be the biggest one ever discovered by humans or Vulcans.
That's what's so exciting about being on Enterprise.
You never know what you're going to find next.
We miss Earth but hearing from you makes us all feel a little closer to home.
Captain Archer out.
How'd it go?
The beauty of ice is that it records everything like a blank page.
The farther down you drill, the farther back in time you go.
Lieutenant?
Yes?
What do you think?
Hand me the plasma torch.
Archer to Lieutenant Reed.
Go ahead, sir.
How are you doing, Malcolm?
We're just about to set the charges.
I'm sure I don't need to remind you we're being observed.
No, sir.
We want this to go as smoothly as possible.
Make a good impression.
Right.
So, tell me who's the sculptor?
It won't be there for long, sir.
Archer out.
Any luck?
Sorry it took so long.
The code was pretty complex.
What's it say?
It's in Vulcan.
You'll have to run it through the translation matrix.
You didn't read it?
I didn't feel it would be right.
Thanks.
Come in.
Well, we decrypted the message.
And?
It's not exactly what we expected.
It's a letter.
What did it say?
It's personal.
What do you mean?
Very personal.
Oh...
You could order me to tell you, sir but you wouldn't be happy if I did.
Why the hell was it encrypted?
That's what I want to know.
Maybe Vulcans encrypt all their personal letters.
All they had to do was send it through regular channels mark it "personal"
and we'd have left it alone but no, they had to encrypt it
force me to start snooping.
I feel like I got caught with my hand in the cookie jar.
Let it go, Trip.
I mean, come on, it was an honest mistake.
Oh, I can't let it go.
I got to tell her.
How's that going to help?
It's the right thing to do.
At least I'll be able to look her in the eye without feeling guilty.
You're a good man.
You might want to take a phase-pistol with you.
I might need one.
Got a minute?
In private.
Excuse us, crewman.
Did you ever...
Did you ever do anything totally by mistake that...
you weren't very proud of?
No.
Did you ever...
come across something that-that you thought was one thing
so you reacted in a certain way
but then it turned out to be something completely different?
Your point, Commander?
I found out about your message from the Vulcan ship.
It was a personal matter.
Why wasn't it sent through normal Starfleet channels?
That takes time.
The letter was important.
So they sent it in code?
Do you have any idea how suspicious that looked?
You read my letter?
Believe me, I don't feel very good about it.
I have more letters in my quarters.
Would you like to read those as well?
I'm trying to apologize here.
Archer to T'Pol.
Yes, Captain.
Please report to my Ready Room.
Has anyone else read the letter?
No.
I'd appreciate it if you wouldn't mention it.
I won't. I promise.
I thought I'd invite Captain Vanik for a visit.
If he's so interested in how we do things he might as well come see for himself.
Once he realizes we're not going to blow up the galaxy
maybe he'll leave us alone.
I'm sure he'll appreciate the gesture.
Dinner's a good way to break the ice.
I was hoping you might give Chef some menu suggestions.
Certainly.
A little food, a little wine...
Vulcans don't drink wine.
You know what I mean.
Just help me make him go away.
When did these symptoms begin?
Two days ago.
Hmm. Perhaps you slept in an awkward position.
I haven't slept.
For two days?
Something on your mind?
It appears to be a tension headache.
You know anything said between us is strictly confidential.
Would you like to talk about what's troubling you?
No.
I don't know if there's anyone on this ship
you would feel comfortable talking with
but if there is it might feel good to get
whatever's bothering you out in the open.
This is a simple analgesic.
I can give you something later to help you sleep this evening if you'd like.
Thank you, Doctor.
The ears are a nice touch.
I thought so.
We should get out more often.
Don't get too comfortable.
This landscape is about to change.
Reed to Enterprise.
Go ahead.
Charges are set.
Stand by.
Inform the Vulcans we're about to make a very loud noise.
Aye, sir.
- Archer to Reed. - Yes, Captain?
- Blast away. - Understood.
Impressive.
I was hoping for a little more symmetry.
I'll get the drill.
If I'm not mistaken you're flying a Suurok Class ship.
You are not mistaken.
You can get her up to what, six, 6.5?
6.5.
I'd love to get a look inside those nacelles.
Our warp systems are classified.
A few years back I was a guest aboard a Maymora Class ship.
The Yarahla.
Captain Tok.
Do you know him?
Not personally.
We made a run to a dark matter nebula.
I helped set up the graviton telescope.
Most fun I've ever had on a spacewalk.
Those Vulcan EV suits are something else... like you're flying around
inside your own little starship.
You're easily impressed.
Something wrong with your Pok Tar?
No.
If it's not to your liking I'm sure our chef can prepare you something else.
I've already eaten.
Hope you saved room for dessert.
After dinner...
I thought you might like to take a look around.
Enterprise may not be Suurok Class, but she's quite a ship.
Perhaps another time.
Tea?
I only drink water.
Ah.
You know, for people who claim to not be explorers
you sure do get around.
I hope our presence here is not proving inconvenient.
On the contrary it's nice to know no matter how big the universe
is, there's always a Vulcan ship nearby.
So, Captain...
tell us about yourself.
Excuse me?
On Earth, it's customary to exchange personal information
with someone you've just met.
We have this peculiar habit of actually talking during meals.
I noticed.
What would you like to know?
I don't know.
Where were you born?
How long have you been Captain?
Any... hobbies?
I've served in the Vulcan Space Program for 76 years
15 of those commanding the Ti'Mur.
I believe this is Captain Vanik's first visit aboard an Earth vessel.
We'd be happy to answer any questions you might have.
I have none.
Humans have never held much interest for me.
Well, where did the time go?
Seems like you just got here.
I'm sure you're eager to get back to your ship
so I'll trouble you with just one last question.
How long do you plan on spying on us?
If we were "spying," Captain you would've never detected our presence.
Your inexperience and your arrogance are your enemies, not us.
Please show Captain Vanik to the Launch Bay.
Shanshot tulara komosh.
What'd he say?
Captain, you should take a look at this.
Archer to Lieutenant Reed.
Go ahead, sir.
How's it going?
We hit a layer of magnesite and we've cracked a drill bit
but we've replaced it.
You may want to pick up the pace a little.
Sir?
The comet's rotational axis shifted when you set off those charges.
In about two hours the shuttlepod will be facing the star.
The temperature's going to shoot up by a couple hundred degrees.
I want you out of there before then.
We'll be done with time to spare, sir.
Be sure you are.
Archer out.
Come in.
Decide to tell me what Vanik said?
Please, sit down.
I've never seen your quarters before.
Cozy.
You know you're not supposed to have an open flame on the ship.
I was given permission from the Captain.
They're for meditation.
So... what can I do for you?
Dr. Phlox believes that it might help
if I was to discuss my problem with someone I felt comfortable confiding in.
You... want to talk to me?
Well, I, um...
I'm not sure I'm going to be much help.
I mean, I've only been in three relationships and they all went bust.
Are you sure you wouldn't rather talk to Hoshi or Ensign Kimball? She's married.
You were far from my first choice
but speaking with someone else
would mean more people knowing about my situation.
I'll do anything I can.
What's your problem?
You read the letter.
Yes.
Then you know that unless I leave Enterprise immediately
my wedding plans will be canceled.
Have you talked to...
Koss.
Have you talked to Koss about all this?
We haven't spoken in many years.
Marriages on Vulcan are arranged during childhood.
I've only met Koss four times.
How can you be in love with a guy you've only met four times?
It's assumed that we'd eventually develop an affection for one another.
So his parents send you an ultimatum?
He doesn't have a say?
His parents planned the union.
It's their decision.
Boy...
where I come from, arranged marriages went out with slavery.
Are you going to give me advice or criticize my people's tradition?
I'm still a little fuzzy on why they threatened
to call it off in the first place.
The ceremony was supposed to take place next week.
When I decided to remain on Enterprise
I requested a postponement.
Koss' parents were insulted
that I would put off our plans to serve on a human vessel.
Well, Vanik can take you home.
Why don't you go marry Koss, then come back?
It's customary for a husband and wife to reside together
for at least one Vulcan year.
Maybe he can come to Enterprise.
He's an architect.
It would be illogical for him to live aboard a starship.
This whole thing sounds illogical.
Your advice, Commander.
What do you want to do?
That is irrelevant.
No, it's not.
It's very relevant.
Do you want to go back and marry this guy spend a year with him,
ten years, a hundred years or do you want to stay on Enterprise?
I have an obligation.
You've got an obligation to yourself.
You've spent the last year around humans.
If there's one thing you should've learned
it's that we're free to make our own decisions.
There's a lot to be said for personal choice.
If you'd spent the last year on Vulcan
you would've learned that our commitment to tradition outweighs personal choice.
I respect your customs but this marriage was arranged when you were a kid.
A lot's happened since then; people change.
Vulcans don't.
Really?
My obligation is to my culture, my heritage.
It has to take precedence.
Sounds to me like you already made up your mind.
Why the hell did you ask me here?
It was a mistake.
I apologize.
Did it ever occur to you that you might've postponed the wedding
because subconsciously you wanted to get out of it?
That would imply that my subconscious mind controls my decisions.
It doesn't.
Well, it happens to humans all the time.
Maybe you're picking up some of our bad habits.
Travis!
I'm okay.
What?
My knee.
You rest here.
I'm all right.
Okay.
Well, let's get you to the pod.
I'll come back for the gear if there's time.
At least take the core sample.
We shouldn't go back to the ship empty-handed.
Almost there.
It might be faster without the suits.
Yes, and a lot colder.
What's that?
I hope I never see snow again.
Are you all right?
We should have never ignited the thrusters.
It's not like we had a choice.
Reed here.
You two okay?
More or less.
How far did we drop?
About 18 meters.
We'll get you out of there.
Just give us a few minutes.
We're not going anywhere.
Bring the grappler on-line.
The mouth of that chasm's a little narrow.
I'll get you in close enough.
Do you see them?
Bring us in another 50 meters.
Two meters starboard.
A little more.
The Vulcan ship is hailing us.
Take a message; I'm busy.
Captain Vanik wants to know if we require assistance.
Tell him we've got everything under control.
There. Right there.
Synchronize to the rotation.
Almost got it.
One hit, one miss.
One'll be fine. Reel them in.
The pod's hit an outcropping.
It's wedged in.
Take us a few meters to port.
We might be able to pull them around it.
Those eisilium deposits are disrupting the maglock.
I'm losing them.
Ease them back down.
They've fallen another nine meters.
Let's try it again.
Captain, they're moving out of the sunlight.
The surface ice is re-crystallizing.
In less than an hour, that chasm'll be sealed up again.
Then we'd better hurry.
There is another option.
Captain Vanik.
I'd rather leave him out of this.
His ship has a tractor beam.
It won't be affected by the eisilium.
Reset the grappler.
Vanik offered to assist us.
There's no shame in accepting.
We can do this on our own.
I don't like him any more than you do, Captain
but a tractor beam sounds like a pretty good idea right now.
Vanik expects you to refuse his offer.
He sees humans as arrogant, prideful.
Why not prove him wrong?
You can save them or you can let your pride stand in the way.
You're human.
You're free to choose.
They've got us.
Go ahead, Enterprise.
This is Captain Vanik of the Vulcan ship Ti'Mur.
Stand by to ignite your engines and return to your ship.
I thought you might want to take a look at the data we collected.
You helped us bring it back.
It's the least we can do.
As your Science Officer told you we have little interest in comets.
That tractor beam of yours is quite something.
Any chance we could take a look at the specifications?
That information is classified.
I thought it might be.
We'll be leaving within the hour.
Is there anything else we can help you with?
You've done more than enough.
See you around.
You don't have much time.
I assume you're all packed.
Captain?
With your permission I'd like to transmit a message to the Ti'Mur, to send to Vulcan.
Go right ahead.
Thank you.
What was that all about?
It's personal.
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Enterprise - 1x24 - Desert crossing
Enterprise - 1x25 - Two days and two nights
Enterprise - 1x26 - Shockwave part1
Enterprise - 2x01 - Shockwave part2
Enterprise - 2x02 - Carbon Creek
Enterprise - 2x03 - Minefield
Enterprise - 2x04 - Dead Stop
Enterprise - 2x05 - A Night in Sickbay
Enterprise - 2x06 - Marauders
Enterprise - 2x08 - The Communicator
Enterprise - 2x15 - Cease Fire
Enterprise - 2x16 - Future Tense
Enterprise - 2x17 - Canamar
Enterprise - 2x18 - The Crossing
Enterprise - 2x19 - Judgment
Enterprise - 2x20 - Horizon
Enterprise - 2x21 - The Breach
Enterprise - 2x22 - Cogenitor
Enterprise - 2x23 - Regeneration
Enterprise - 2x24 - First Flight
Enterprise - 2x25 - Bounty
Enterprise - 2x26 - The Expanse
Enterprise - 3x01 - The Xindi
Enterprise - 3x02 - Anomaly
Enterprise - 3x03 - Extinction
Enterprise - 3x04 - Rajiin
Enterprise - 3x05 - Impulse
Enterprise - 3x06 - Exile
Enterprise - 3x07 - The Shipment
Enterprise - 3x08 - Twilight
Enterprise - 3x09 - North Star
Enterprise - 3x10 - Similitude
Enterprise - 3x11 - Carpenter Street
Enterprise - 3x12 - Chosen Realm
Enterprise - 3x13 - Proving Ground
Enterprise - 3x14 - Stratagems
Enterprise - 3x15 - Harbinger
Enterprise - 3x16 - Doctors Orders
Enterprise - 3x17 - Hatchery
Enterprise - 3x18 - Azati Prime
Enterprise - 3x22 - The Council
Enterprise - 3x23 - Countdown
Enterprise - 3x24 - Zero Hour
Enterprise - 4x01 - Storm Front
Enterprise - 4x03 - Home
Enterprise - 4x05 - Cold Station 12
Enterprise - 4x06 - The Augments
Enterprise - 4x07 - The Forge
Enterprise - 4x08 - Awakening
Enterprise - 4x10 - Daedalus
Enterprise - 4x11 - Observer Effect
Enterprise - 4x12 - Babel One
Enterprise - 4x13 - United
Enterprise - 4x14 - The Aenar
Enterprise - 4x15 - Affliction
Entertainer The
Entity The
Entrapment 1999
Envy (2004)
Envy 2004
Epidemic
Equilibrium
Era of Vampire The
Eraser
Eric Clapton - Live In Hyde Park
Eric Clapton - Live On Tour 2001
Erik The Viking
Erin Brockovich 2000
Erotic Ghost Story
Errol Morris Mr Death 1999
Ervinka 1967
Escape From Hong Kong Island
Escape From Taliban 2003 CD1
Escape From Taliban 2003 CD2
Escape from Absolom
Escape from Alcatraz
Escape from LA
Escape from the Planet of the Apes
Eskiya 1996
Espinazo Del Diablo El
Essex Boys
Est Quest
Estorvo 2000
Eternal Blood 2002
Ethernal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Ett anstandigt liv (A Decent Life 1979)
Eu Tu Eles
Eunjangdo
Europa Europa 1990
Eurotrip
Evangelion ep 01
Evangelion ep 02
Evangelion ep 03
Evangelion ep 04
Evangelion ep 05
Evangelion ep 06
Evangelion ep 07
Evangelion ep 08
Evangelion ep 09
Evangelion ep 10
Evangelion ep 11
Evangelion ep 12
Evangelion ep 13
Evangelion ep 14
Evangelion ep 15
Evangelion ep 16
Evangelion ep 17
Evangelion ep 18
Evangelion ep 19
Evangelion ep 20
Evangelion ep 21
Evangelion ep 22
Evangelion ep 23
Evangelion ep 24
Evangelion ep 25
Evangelion ep 26
Evelyn
Even Cowgirls Get the Blues 1993
Even Dwarfs Started Small 1968
Evening With Kevin Smith An CD1
Evening With Kevin Smith An CD2
Event Horizon
Ever After - A Cinderella Story (1998)
Everwood 01x01 - Pilot - Extended Version
Everwood 01x02 - The Great Doctor Brown
Everwood 01x03 - Friendly Fire
Everwood 01x04 - The Kissing Bridge
Everwood 01x05 - Deer God
Everwood 01x06 - The Doctor is in
Everwood 01x07 - We Hold These Truths
Everwood 01x08 - Till Death Do Us Part
Everyday People 2004
Everyone Says I Love You
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask
Evil Dead 3 - Army of Darkness (DirCut) CD1
Evil Dead 3 - Army of Darkness (DirCut) CD2
Evil Words 2003
Evita CD1
Evita CD2
Evolution 2001
Excalibur
Exchange
Exocist The Beginnig
Exorcist 3
Exorcist The (The Version You have Never Seen)
Exorcist The Directors Cut
Exotica
Explorers 1985
Explosive City 2004
Extreme Measures 1996
Extremely Goofy Movie An
Eye 2 The
Eye For An Eye 1996 25fps
Eye Of The Beholder
Eye The 2002
Eyes Wide Shut CD1
Eyes Wide Shut CD2
Eyes Without a Face
Eyes of Laura Mars