Jurassic Park 2 - The Lost World CD1
That looks fabulous.
Thank you, Geoffrey.
We'll also take a bottle of red as well.|Thank you.
Thank you, Barry.
That looks wonderful. Beautiful day.
Where are you going?
-To eat my sandwich.|-You won't be hungry for prawns.
-l don't like prawns.|-Darling, don't wander off.
For God's sake, leave her alone, Deirdre.
-Go play with your ball.|-Don't be so annoying!
...what about snakes?
There aren't any snakes on the beach.|Just let her enjoy herself for once.
What are you, a little bird or something?
Are you hungry? Take a bite.|lt's roast beef.
lt's good. Come on. l won't hurt you.
Mummy! Daddy! Come see this!|l found something!
Cathy, darling, lunch is ready!
Are you looking at this?
l'm afraid there isn't enough to go around.
Will you hurry up? Hurry up!
You're him, right?
The scientist? The guy? l saw you on TV.
l believed you.
Who shall l tell Mr. Hammond is calling?
lan Malcolm. l've been summoned.
Hello, Dr. Malcolm.
-lt's so great to see you.|-lt's so great to see you.
Look at you.
You came to see Grandpa?
Yeah, he called me.|Do you know what it's about?
l don't, either.|This joint's kind of creepy, isn't it?
ls everything okay?
Well, not exactly.
Dr. Malcolm. Here to share|a few campfire stories with my uncle?
Convince the Washington Post|and Sceptical Inquirer of what you want...
...but l was there.|l know what happened and so do you.
Do you believe everyone|who chose discretion did so...
...for a nefarious motive?|Even Lex and Tim?
Leave them out of it. lt's not a game.
No. You signed a nondisclosure agreement|before you went to the island...
...that forbade you from discussing what|you saw. You violated that agreement.
l did. And you lied about the deaths|of three people.
You misinformed the public,|which made me look like a nut.
Not so good for my career--
We made a generous compensatory offer|for your injuries.
A payoff and an insult.
When you spin reality, cover up evidence,|it hurts more than my reputation.
As l recall...
...your university revoked your tenure|for your selling wild stories to the press.
l didn't sell anything.|l took no money and l told the truth.
Your version of it.
There are no ''versions'' of the truth.|lnGen can't keep spewing out--
lnGen is my responsibility.|l will jealously defend its interests.
Yours? What about Mr. Hammond?
lt is our board of directors l must face,|not my uncle.
Trust me, your problems|are about to be rendered moot.
ln a few weeks' time,|they'll be long forgotten.
Not by me.
This suit cost more than your education.
You were right and I was wrong. There!
Did you ever expect|to hear me say such a thing?
Thank God for Site B.
lsla Nublar was just a showroom|for tourists.
Site B was the factory floor.|lsla Sorna, 80 miles from Nublar.
We bred the animals there,|nurtured them for a few months...
...then moved them into the park.
Really? l did not know that.
After the accident in the park...
...Hurricane Clarissa wiped out|our facility on Site B.
Call it an act of God.
We had to evacuate.|The animals were released...
...to mature on their own.
''Life will find a way,''|as you once so eloquently put it.
By now we have a complete|ecological system on the island...
...with dozens of species|living in social groups...
...without fences, boundaries|or constraining technology.
And for four years...
...l've tried to keep it safe|from human interference.
Right. Hopefully, you've kept|the island quarantined and contained.
But l'm in shock.|l mean, that they're still alive.
You bred them lysine-deficient.
Shouldn't they have kicked after seven|days without supplemental enzymes?
But, by God, they're flourishing.
That's one of 1,000 questions|l want the team to answer.
l've organised an expedition to go in...
...thank you, and document them.
To make the most spectacular living|fossil record the world has ever seen.
Go in and document?|You mean with people?
Yes, the animals won't know they're there.|Very low impact.
Strictly observation and documentation.
Our satellite infrareds|show the animals are fiercely territorial.
The carnivores are isolated|in the interior of the island...
...so the team can stay on the outer rim.
Don't worry.|l'm not making the same mistakes again.
No, you're making all new ones.
John! So, there's another island|with dinosaurs...
...no fences this time,|and you want to send people in...
...very few people, on the ground, right?
Who are the four lunatics|you're trying to con into this?
lt was hard to convince them|of what they would see...
...in the end had to use my chequebook.
But there's Nick van Owen,|a video documentarian...
...Eddie Carr,|who's a field equipment expert.
We have our palaeontologist...
...and l was hoping that perhaps|you might be the fourth.
We've been on the verge of Chapter 11|since that accident in the park.
There are those in the company|who wanted to exploit Site B...
...in order to bail us out.
They've been planning it for years,|but l've stopped them until now.
A few weeks ago,|a British family on a yacht cruise...
...stumbled across the island|and their wee girl was injured.
But the board has used the incident|to take control of lnGen from me.
Now it's only a matter of time before this...
...lost world is found and pillaged.
Public opinion is the one thing l can use|to preserve it, but to rally that support...
...l need a complete photo record...
...of those animals alive|in their natural habitat.
So you went from capitalist|to naturalist in just four years.
lt's our last chance at redemption.
Of course, no.
And l'm going to contact|the other three members of your team...
...and stop them from going.
Who's the palaeontologist, by the way?
She came to me, l want you to know.
Leave it to you, lan, to have associations...
...even liaisons with the best people|in so many fields.
Palaeontological behaviour study is a new|field, and Sarah Harding is on that frontier.
Her theories on parenting and nurturing|in carnivores have framed the debate.
-What are you doing?|-Where's your phone?
lt's too late.
She's already there.
The others are meeting her in three days.
You sent my girlfriend to this island alone?
''Sent'' is hardly the word.|She couldn't be restrained.
She was already in San Diego,|doing research at the animal park.
lt's only a few hours' flight from there.
She was adamant,|absolutely adamant about, here you are...
...about making the initial foray by herself.
She thinks she's Dian Fossey.
''Observation without interference,''|she said. You know how it is.
After you were injured in the park,|she sought you out.
Then she went all the way to a hospital|in Costa Rica...
...to ask someone she didn't know|if the rumours were true.
lf you want to leave your name|on something, fine.
But stop putting it|on other people's headstones.
She'll be fine. She's spent years|studying African predators.
Sleeping downwind and all.|She knows what she's doing.
And, believe me, the research team will--
lt's not a research expedition anymore.|lt's a rescue operation and it's leaving now.
l can't shave three days off my deadline|and expect to be ready.
l'm not supplied.|l haven't tested any of this.
Why give her a satellite phone|if it doesn't work?
Could be solar flares, the satellite,|or maybe she turned it off.
l need half air on the tires.|We're flying pressurised.
-Does she know how to use it?|-You kidding?
She's faxed me refinements|on half the plans for this stuff.
Don't do that. You have to baby it.|Love it.
-l'll love it when it works.|-lt'll work when you love it.
-You coming along?|-l don't usually, but l can't resist.
Thanks for the two-minute warning.
Nick van Owen, lan Malcolm.|Nick's our photographer.
How do you do?
-You do wildlife photography?|-Wildlife, combat, you name it.
When l was with Nightline,|l was in Rwanda, Chechnya, Bosnia.
l do volunteer work for Greenpeace|once in a while.
What drew you to Greenpeace?
Greenpeace is 80-percent female.
Noble was last year.|This year l'm getting paid.
Hammond's check cleared,|or l wouldn't go on this wild-goose chase.
You're going to the only place|where the geese chase you.
Kelly, honey, you found it.|What took you so long?
Couldn't get a cab.
Sweetie, that's okay.|l've got to tell you something.
-l don't even know this woman.|-You've known Karen for 10 years.
She doesn't have Sega.|She's such a troglodyte.
Cruel, but good word use.
Why can't l stay with Sarah?
She's out of town. Karen's fantastic.
She'll take you places.|You'll have a fantastic time.
Stop saying ''fantastic.''|Where are you going?
lt's only for a few days.|l wouldn't be going if it wasn't important.
l'm your daughter full time. You can't|abandon me whenever opportunity knocks.
That hurts. Your mom tell you to say that?
Dr. Malcolm, downstairs, please.
l know we've had some hard going.
But in the last few years,|we've started to work things out.
Yeah, but crack on me a bit. Ground me|or something. Send me to my room.
You never do any of that stuff.
Why would l? You turned out so...
...beautiful, brilliant, powerful,|funny and generous.
The queen, goddess. My inspiration.
l could come be your research assistant,|like in Austin.
This is nothing like Austin.
Anyway, you have your own stuff.
Your gymnastics competition.|You've been training for months.
l scrubbed out, got cut from the team.|Thanks for knowing.
l'm sorry, honey.
l know how much that meant to you.
You like having kids.|You just don't want to be with them.
lt wasn't me who dumped you and split|for Paris, so don't take it out on me.
Dr. Malcolm, downstairs!
Honey, l'm sorry. l'm sorry.
You want some good parental advice?|Don't listen to me.
How are we doing here?
The specs say it can't deform at 12,000 PSl,|so we'll test it.
-Let's clear. We clear?|-What's this?
A high hide.
A high hide.|You know, you go up and hide, high.
lt goes up to where the trees are and|keeps the researchers out of harm's way.
Actually, it puts them|at a very convenient biting height.
Do you have the time?
-Why?|-We're leaving in three hours.
This is so cool.
Lindstradt air rifle.|Fires a subsonic Fluger dart.
-lt work better than your satellite phone?|-Funny.
l loaded it with enhanced venom from|Conus purpurascens: South Sea cone shell.
Most powerful neurotoxin in the world.|Acts within 0.002 of a second.
Faster than nerve-conduction velocity.
So the animal's down|before it even feels the dart.
-ls there an antidote?|-Like if you shot yourself in the foot?
Don't do that.|You'd be dead before you realised it.
He says he's unloading us here.|He won't go further up the river.
He's heard too many stories.|He'll drop us off and anchor offshore.
What kind of stories?
Stories of fishermen that came too close|to the island and never returned.
He has a radio. He has a satellite phone.
When you need him,|call and he'll be here in two hours.
But he will not stay here.
He won't stay anywhere near these islands.
They call the islands ''Las Cinco Muertes''?
What does that mean?
''The Five Deaths''...
l put a location sensor in Dr. Harding's|phone, so we should get a reading.
-l'm so relieved.|-Don't push my buttons.
We're almost on top of her dot.|She should be around here.
How many Sarahs do you think|are on this island?
This is magnificent.
Yeah. ''Ooh, ah,''|that's how it always starts.
But then later|there's running and screaming.
l guess you got the jump on us,|didn't you, Sarah?
lan, l never thought Hammond|could get you to come here.
-Hi, Eddie.|-Hi, Sarah.
Got a granola bar or something?|l'm starving.
Did you see those animals?
A family group, a pair-bond and a subadult,|long after the juvenile was nest bound.
Every egg clutch l've seen has crushed,|trampled shells.
Hatchlings stay in the birth environment|a long time. That's conclusive.
l can end that controversy|if l get a shot of the nest.
Have you been attacked?
No, that's my lucky pack.|That's how it always looks.
ls that a Nikon? Can l borrow it?
l'll be right back, l promise.
When Hammond called you,|why didn't you say something to me?
l knew you would have stopped me|from coming.
l would have tied you to the bed.
-l know how they survived without lysine.|-l don't care.
The herbivore species that are thriving...
...eat mostly agama beans, soy,|anything lysine-rich.
And the carnivores eat|the herbivores, so....
Stay there. Be quiet. l'll be back.
She's much too close.
-What is she doing?|-Too close.
She has to touch it. She can't not touch.
-She's going right up to it.|-Once she sees something, she has to....
ls this even possible?
This? What did you think you'd document?|What did you think you'd see?
He got very angry.
They're protecting their baby.
So am l!
l think they're leaving.
lncredible. Guys shoot their whole life|and never get stuff half this good.
Just give me the Pulitzer right now.
The competition's over, close the entries,|l'd like to thank everyone who lost.
Don't light that!|Dinosaurs pick up scents from miles away.
We're here to observe and document,|not interact.
Which is a scientific impossibility.
Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.|What you study, you change.
l'll risk it. l'm sick of scratching around|in rock and bone...
...making assumptions about|the nurturing habits of animals...
...that have been dead for 65 million years.
Then you fill my head with stories.|Of course l came down here.
Stories of mutilation and death.|Were you paying attention?
Please! Don't treat me like a grad student.
l've worked around predators|since l was 20.
Lions, jackals, hyenas, you.
Where's the fire?
l'm trying to change 100 years|of entrenched dogma.
Dinosaurs were characterised early on|as vicious lizards.
There's resistance to the idea of them|as nurturing parents.
Robert Burke said the T. Rex was a rogue...
...who abandoned its young at the first|opportunity. l can prove otherwise.
Fire! Dr. Malcolm, fire, base camp!
No! Water makes the smoke billow.|Use dirt!
Who started the fire?
l just wanted to make dinner.
l wanted it ready when you guys got back.
Do you see any family resemblance there?
You practically told me to come.
You said, ''Don't listen to me.''|l thought you were trying to tell me--
Kelly, you knew exactly what l meant.|You have no--
You want to lock her up for her curiosity?|Where do you think she gets it?
-Thank you, Sarah.|-Don't start the teaming-up thing.
Out of the conversation. Please. Really.
Eddie, why doesn't this thing ever work?
lt's not a land line.|You're not in a phone booth.
Wait for a decent signal.
Violence and technology:|not good bedfellows.
Hammond wants your equipment|as close to the animals as possible.
Great idea. And why don't you smear on|a little sheep's blood?
Eddie, is there any reason to think|the radio in the trailer might work?
Don't tease me.
lf you feel qualified,|try flicking the switch to ''on.''
Okay, l'm taking my daughter out of here.
Anyone coming with me,|this is your last chance.
When you're out in the field....
Nick, if you're staying, l'll gladly deliver|a letter to your wife or loved one...
...so you can say good-bye.
Eddie, if you have any personal effects...
...it's the least l can do.|l'll be in there, guys.
Our presence needs|to be 100-percent antiseptic.
lf we so much as bend a blade of grass....
-Dad, are you mad?|-No, l'm not mad. l'm furious.
This looks like your room.
-l was going to clean it up.|-Right now.
What is this? There are 100 switches!
Don't be mad. l was going to call|to let you know where l was.
l always do, don't l?
l'm the best kind of girlfriend there is.
One who travels a lot. You like that.|You love your independence.
l've gotten used to being apart,|but that's not how l want to live.
Kelly, this is tall talk. Just for a minute.
lt's like a height restriction|at an amusement park.
lf you wanted to rescue me,|why didn't you save me from...
...that museum fundraiser|three weeks ago?
This is a slightly different situation.
What about the dinner with your parents|you never showed up for?
Why not rescue me when l need it?|Be there when you say you will?
l have made a career|out of waiting for you.
You know, she has a pretty good--
lt's so important to your future that you|not finish that sentence. Please, outside!
lan, come on. Look.
l love that you rode in here|on a white horse. l really do.
lt's very touching, very dramatic.
l just need you to show up in a cab|now and then, too.
What are you doing? Don't go out there.|lt's not safe.
Stay in here. Come back. Shut the door.
l know what l'm doing.|You guys should definitely go.
But l'm staying.
l love you. l just don't need you right now.
What you need is a good anti-psychotic.
-l'll be back in five or six days.|-You'll be back in five or six pieces.
What bothers you is that l'm not afraid|and you are.
Of course l am. That's the whole thing.
What's that sound?
l'll get you out on one of these right now.
Hello! Over here!
l don't get it.|lt says lnGen on the side of that chopper!
l don't get that.|Why would Hammond send two teams?
Cut the umbilical, Dad!
Doesn't he trust us?|We haven't even started.
This is as good a place as any|for base camp.
That's first priority after we're finished.
l want it up and running in 30 minutes.|That's half an hour.
-Understood? Over.|-Cancel that order.
This is a game trail.|Carnivores hunt on game trails.
You want to set up base camp or a buffet?
Let's find a new spot, shall we?|Over and out.
Peter, if l run your little camping trip,|there are two conditions.
First, l'm in charge.|lf l'm not around, Dieter is.
You just pay us, tell us we're doing well,|and serve us Scotch after a good day.
Second, my fee. You can keep it.
All l want for my services,|is the right to hunt a Tyrannosaurus.
A male. A buck only.|How and why are my business.
lf you don't like those conditions,|you're on your own.
So go ahead, set up base camp here,|in a swamp, or in the middle of a Rex nest.
l've had too many safaris with rich dentists|to listen to any more suicidal ideas.
Cycle, break off the stray from the herd|and flush him to the right.
Snaggers, stay ready.|He's bringing them out to you. lt'll be a...
...Pachy.... Pachya.... Oh, hell.
The fat head with the bald spot.|Friar Tuck.
No, herbivore, late Cretaceous.
See the distinctive domed skull?
Nine inches of solid bone. Now, careful.
A pachy's neck attaches at the bottom|of its skull, not at the back of its head.
When it lowers its head,|its neck lines up with its backbone...
...which is perfect for absorbing impact.
Snagger, Friar Tuck's on the loose,|just about to cross your path.
Dieter, get in the outrigger.|You're closing in on a carina....
Say that again, Roland. A what?
The one with the big red horn.|The pompadour. Elvis.
Take me out.
Okay, Carter, reel me in.
Not too close.
Go for the legs! The legs! Watch the tail!
Recognise this trackway?
Yes, l do. Tyrannosaur.
Where do you think you're going?
To collect my fee, Mr. Ludlow.|To collect my fee.
Oh, my God.
Procompsognathus Triassicus,|found by Frass in Bavaria in 1913.
ls it dangerous?
No, l wouldn't think so.
The Compy's been presumed|to be a scavengers, like jackals.
lt gives me the creeps.|lt's like it's not scared.
There haven't been any visitors|to this island.
There's no reason for it to fear man.
Now it does.
lt's the Rex nest.
lt's probably only a couple weeks old.|Never left the nest.
Offspring that young, the parents|won't leave him alone for too long.
Make your blind here?|Wait for the buck to return?
lf the nest is upwind, then so are we.
When he comes back, he's gonna know|we're here without us having a chance.
The trick is to get him...
...to come where we want him.
This is why Hammond was in a hurry to|get you here. He knew they were coming.
My God, they are well-organised.
Those are major-league toys.
Maybe l should ask to use their phone.|Their dish is bigger than yours.
So they actually want|to build another park here?
After what you said happened|on the other island?
They're not building anything.|They're taking these animals out of here.
Back to the mainland.
l think l should tell you. Hammond told me|these people might show up.
He thought we'd be finished by the time|they started, but if they weren't...
...he sent a backup plan.
What backup plan?
Simply put, lnGen is seeking limited|partners to defray some of our expenses.
The prospectus you've been given|by the board details...
...our projected hardware|and construction expenses.
As you can see by my two friends here,|the software is already fully developed.
One might say, ''It'd be up and running. ''
In a moment,|I'll take you on a stroll through the camp...
...and you'll see some larger,|more impressive specimens.
You don't bring people halfway|around the world to visit a zoo.
You bring the zoo to them.
San Diego is the perfect setting.
People already associate our beautiful city|with animal attractions:
San Diego Zoo, Sea World,|San Diego Chargers.
Mr. Hammond knew this.
Before he ever dreamt of an island...
...he began construction|on an amphitheatre...
...very near to where you're sitting now,|the lnGen waterfront complex.
But he abandoned it...
...in favour of something far grander...
...and ultimately impossible.
And so, the facility sits unused,|unfinished...
...when it could be completed and ready|to receive visitors in less than a month.
Ajay, look out! Jump!
That's the last time l leave you in charge.
Oh, my God. Are you out of your mind?
She's got a broken leg.|Let's get in the car before they hear us.
-You have any idea what that is?|-Come on, open the door.
Man, lan's not going to like this.
What's going on?
lsn't it obvious?
We're not alone on this island.
lt's not set to the frequency.
What the hell is that?
No, not Enrique. lan Malcolm.|Are you on the boat?
No, is this the boat?
We're on lsla Sorna.|We need to talk to the boat, Mar del Plata.
l'll get him.
All right. That's it. l got you.
-l got you.|-Hurry up.
Let's go. Go. Come on.|Watch his tail. Get the door.
Boy, is she mad at you.
-l feel sorry for that guy, Enrique.|-No lectures, please.
Honey, stay back. Don't stand up, okay?
-l got it!|-Watch his head.
-Watch his head.|-lan, he's hurt!
No, honey, no.
He'll snip at you. Watch his tail.
-All right?|-Okay, l got him.
There you go.
What must l do, hit her with a stick?
No, don't get close, honey.
-Watch out! Don't stand too close.|-He has that not-so-fresh smell.
No, lady, enough! Wrong frequency.
Nick, don't let him|get those things around you.
Okay, let's take a look at this.
Easy, easy. Just calm down now.
Okay, here are the metatarsals.
Tibia, fibula. There it is.|There's the fracture.
-Right above the epiphysis.|-How bad is it?
lf we don't set it, he'll die. lt won't heal.|He won't be able to pivot on his ankle.
He won't be able to run or walk.|A predator will pick him off.
Carlos, come in.
Goddamn it, you bastard, listen....
Other animals are going to hear this.
Come in, please. Can you hear me?
l've got to get out of here. l want to leave.
-l'm calling the boat.|-l want to go someplace else.
l don't want to be here.|l want to be somewhere safe.
-lsn't it safe here?|-l want to be somewhere high.
What? What is it? What's going on?
lnformation, please. What?
You're much happier not knowing.|Get us up. Here we go.
There we go.
l'm so stupid.|l shouldn't have come along with you.
Can you set it?
Yeah, l just need something temporary|to break apart and fall off as he grows.
Whenever you're ready.|He's fighting, Dr. Quinn.
What's the frequency for the boat?
15888. Third from the top.
Okay, we're high.|This is the safest place you can be.
Like Sarah said, the plants make it|so the animals won't know you're here.
You're just saying that.|l remember the stories you told.
No, this is nothing like that. We're in|a completely different situation now.
ls there a way to communicate|with the trailer?
He's moving again, more morphine.
We have no idea what his metabolism is.|We'll kill him with too much.
l need your hand here.|Put some pressure there.
No answer. What a surprise.|How do l get down?
Tie this belt around you.
Where are you going?
Stay here. Come on, stay here.
Squeeze this rope hard.
The harder you squeeze, the slower you go.
-lf you don't squeeze at all--|-l get the idea.
Dad, please stay here.
-Stay here, please.|-Honey, the queen? The goddess?
Now you're talking. All right.
l'm coming right back. l give you my word.
But you never keep your word!
Personally, l would have squeezed|just a little harder.
Okay, l'm almost finished.
Damn. l need another adhesive.|Something pliable l can....
Get the amoxicillin and fill a syringe.
Quick injection of antibiotics|and he's out of here.
For once in your life,|would it kill you to pick it up?
-Help me get it out of here.|-No, we just set its leg.
Mommy's very angry.
This isn't hunting behaviour, lan.|They're searching.
They came for their infant.
Let's not disappoint them.
Let me get his head, okay?
Careful. Be careful.
l got him.
-Yes, Eddie?|-They're going back to the jungle.
-I know. I see. How's Kelly?|-She's fine. She's right here.
-Kelly, are you okay?|-Yeah, l'm good.
Stay there. Don't move.|I'll be right back up. Understand?
Yeah, l understand.
l beg people to listen to me.|l use plain, simple English.
That should make an interesting chapter|in your book.
The debate over the parental instincts|of the T. Rex is now academic.
Hang on. This is gonna be bad.
They're pushing us over the cliff.
Oh, my God.
Come on, come on.
-Once we're out of here--|-lnto the woods.
-Straight into the woods. Come on!|-This is where they hit us.
-Hang on to something!|-Hang on to something!
Oh, my God. Oh, God, please!
l'm coming down for you.|Here l come. Stay still.
Here l come, Sarah.
The satellite phone, get it!
Give me your hand.
Your lucky pack.
l got her.
-Nick?|-We're in here.
Wait. Hold on! l'm coming!
What did this?
Kelly. What'd you do with Kelly?
She's okay. She's in the High Hide.
-Who's hurt? What do you need?|-We need rope.
Rope. Anything else?
-Three cheeseburgers with everything.|-No onions on mine.
And an apple turnover.
Bring the rope. Let's go.
-l'm coming.|-Now, now.
-Eddie, you all right?|-Yeah. l'm coming.
We need the rope. Throw it down here.|Hurry!
Good throw. Did you tie this to anything?
-We're sliding!|-We're sliding down!
Up you go.
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James Bond - Octopussy (1983)
Jamon Jamon 1992 CD1
Jamon Jamon 1992 CD2
Jason And Argonauts 1963
Jaws (25th Anniversary Collectors Edition)
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Jean Luc Godart - A bout de souffle (1960)
Jedna ruka netleska 2003
Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003)
Jeremiah Johnson 1972 CD1
Jeremiah Johnson 1972 CD2
Jerry Maguire (1996) CD1
Jerry Maguire (1996) CD2
Jersey Girl 2004
Jesus Christ Superstar
Jete La (Chris Marker 1962)
Jeux Interdits (1952)
Jimmy Neutron - Boy Genius
Jin Roh - The Wolf Brigade
Jingi naki tatakai 1973
Joan Of Arc
Job The (1961)
Job The (2003)
Joey 1x01 - Pilot
Joey 1x02 - Episode One
Joey 1x03 - Joey and the party
Joey 1x04 - Joey and the book club
Joey 1x05 - Joey and the perfect storm
Joey 1x06 - Joey And The Nemesis
Johnny Got His Gun
Johnny Stecchino (Johnny Toothpick)
Joint Security Area
Jonas qui aura 25 ans en 2000 (Alain Tanner 1976)
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat CD1
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat CD2
Josie and The Pussycats
Journey To The Center Of Earth 1959 CD1
Journey To The Center Of Earth 1959 CD2
Journey to the Seventh Planet
Ju-On - The Grudge 2 (2003)
Ju-on The Grudge
Juana La Loca
Judgement in Stone A
Judgment at Nuremberg
Juego de Arcibel El 2003
Jules and Jim
Jungle Book II The
Jungle Book The
Junk (Shiryour Gari 1999)
Jurassic Park - Collectors Edition - DTS
Jurassic Park - Lost World
Jurassic Park 2 - The Lost World CD1
Jurassic Park 2 - The Lost World CD2
Jurassic Park III
Just Cause (1995)
Just Do It (aka Hamyeondoinda)
Just a kiss
Juste une Question dAmour
Juyuso seubgyuksageun (Sang-Jin Kim 1999)