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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Caught in a Trap (2008)


Starring :
Lauren Brooks ... Young Gemma
Jim Carter ... Brian Perkins
Connie Fisher ... Gemma Perkins
Geraldine James ... Joyce Perkins
Robert Putt ... William
Paul Barber ... Donald
Danny Szam ... Trevor
Rebecca Night ... Becci
Malinda Parris ... Colleen
Danielle Isaie ... Falicia
Paul Bown ... Mr. Thornton
Ben Crompton ... Steve Campbell
Nicholas Parsons ... TV Presenter
Joe Absolom ... Marcus Stewart
Osmund Bullock ... Auctioneer
Director :
Michael Samuels
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Crashing (2007)


Starring :
Campbell Scott ... Richard
Izabella Miko ... Kristen
Lizzy Caplan ... Jacqueline
Alex Kingston ... Diane
David Cross ... Man in Space
Patrick Graves ... Barton's buddy
Robyn August ... Coffee house patron
Hernando Bansuelo ... Student in Classroom
Devin Barry ... Brad
Duane Clark ... Real Estate Man
Alayna Corrick ... Real Estate Woman
Diana Glenn ... Diana
Stephen Gyllenhaal ... Writer
Randall Hastings ... Barton
Simon J. Hunter ... Guy at Urinal
Nora Kirkpatrick ... Charlize
Scott Palmason ... Classroom Student
Carlita Pena Herrera ... Kristin's friend
Holly Reiser ... Revised Woman in Space
Alexandra Safford ... Sub-text Woman
Orlando Seale ... Dick
Cory Starbird Singer ... Coed
Caleigh White ... Woman in Space
Director :
Gary Walkow
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Charlie Bartlett (2008)


Starring :
Anton Yelchin ... Charlie Bartlett
Robert Downey Jr. ... Principal Nathan Gardner
Hope Davis ... Marilyn Bartlett
Kat Dennings ... Susan Gardner
Tyler Hilton ... Murphey Bivens
Mark Rendall ... Kip Crombwell
Dylan Taylor ... Len Arbuckle
Megan Park ... Whitney Drummond
Jake Epstein ... Dustin Lauderbach
Jonathan Malen ... Jordan Sunder
Derek McGrath ... Superintendent Sedgwick
Stephen Young ... Dr. Stan Weathers
Ishan Davé ... Henry Freemont
David Brown ... Officer Hansen
Eric Fink ... Thomas
Director :
Jon Poll
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Constantine (2005)


Starring :
Keanu Reeves ... John Constantine
Rachel Weisz ... Angela Dodson / Isabel Dodson
Shia LaBeouf ... Chas Kramer
Djimon Hounsou ... Midnite
Max Baker ... Beeman
Pruitt Taylor Vince ... Father Hennessy
Gavin Rossdale ... Balthazar
Tilda Swinton ... Gabriel
Peter Stormare ... Satan
Jesse Ramirez ... Scavenger
José Zúñiga ... Detective Weiss (as Jose Zuniga)
Francis Guinan ... Father Garret
Larry Cedar ... Vermin Man
April Grace ... Dr. Leslie Archer
Suzanne Whang ... Mother
Director :
Francis Lawrence
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Cold Prey 2 (2008)


Starring :
Ingrid Bolsø Berdal
Rolf Kristian Larsen
Tomas Alf Larsen
Endre Martin Midtstigen
Viktoria Winge
Directors :
Roar Uthaug
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Cold Earth (2008)


Starring :
Gary Daniels ... Darryl Van Dyke
Steven Elliot ... Detective Sergeant Farrell
Ben Shockley ... Detective Constable Radcliffe
Kate Thurlwell ... Lori Kennedy
Alex Walker ... Alex Blight
Alice Grant ... Catrina Bergman
Sophie Holland ... Stacey 'The Chav' Smith
Silas Hawkins ... Anthony Reynolds
Ian Cullen ... Inspector Saville
Sarah Applewood ... Carol Bergman
Gary Condes ... Lenny Skinner
Tina Barnes ... Rachel
Andy Gathergood ... Jean Louis
Ben Jacques ... Darryl Van Dyke's Agent
Emily Knight ... Alice Brenner
Roz McCutcheon ... Magda
James Nunn ... Phil Judge
Joe Speare ... Bert Paxman
Director :
Frank Falco
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Craig Ferguson: A Wee Bit o' Revolution (2009)


Starring :
Craig Ferguson ... Himself
Director :
Shannon Hartman
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Crazy Girls Undercover (2008)


Starring :
Jack Dimich ... Hamid
Rayma Alfred ... Rachel Michaels
Terese Chafe' ... Suzy
Charles Fathy ... Hamid Marzook
Simona Fusco ... Monica
Jay Giannone ... Jamir
Bill Hufsey ... Poker Player - Gun Runner
Eliset Lobato ... Jasmine Daniels
Tanner McElroy ... Airport Security Guard
Anita Motz ... Lana Novak
Clive Robertson ... Damon Archer
Al Sapienza ... Alex Walker
Nikki Schieler Ziering ... Casey
Valentina Smirnova ... Crystal
Larry Swain ... Yuri
Nicole Zeoli ... Annie Landon
Director :
Chris Langman
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Coco Chanel (2008)


Starring :
Barbora Bobulova ... Young Coco Chanel
Brigitte Boucher ... Madame de Rochefort
Alice Cambournac ... Francine
Valentina Carnelutti ... Sister therese
Cécile Cassel ... Gabrielle Dorziat
Carla Cassola ... Madre Superiora
Francesca Cavallin ... Lady Diana
Valeria Cavalli ... Elisabeth Ducrot
Robert Dawson ... Lord Fry
Marine Delterme ... Emilienne d'Alencon
Jean-Claude Dreyfus ... Paul Poiret
Anny Duperey ... Madame Desboutins
Cosimo Fusco ... Albert
Valentina Lodovini ... Adrienne
Shirley MacLaine ... Old Coco Chanel
Malcolm McDowell ... Marc Bouchier
Katie McGovern ... Lady with newspaper
Valentina Mezzacappa ... Coco's Assistant
Jay Natelle ... Journalist
Vincent Nemeth ... Jacques Doucet
Arnaldo Ninchi ... Sir David
Francis Pardeilhan ... Journalist
Sandra Paternostro ... Aunt luise
Maria P. Petruolo ... Odette
Matthew T. Reynolds ... Concierge
Daniele Savoca ... Maurice De Nexon
Olivier Sitruk ... Boy Capel
Simone Spinazze ... Policeman
Sagamore Stévenin ... Etienne Balsan
David Traylor ... Newsreel Journalist
Marina Traylor ... Young Adrienne
Director :
Christian Duguay
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Christian Blake (2008)


Starring :
Eoin Macken ... Christian
Emmet Scanlan ... Floyd
Director :
Eoin Macken
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Columbus Day (2008)


Starring :
Val Kilmer ... John Cologne
Marg Helgenberger ... Alice
Wilmer Valderrama ... Max
Bobb'e J. Thompson ... Antoine
Ashley Johnson ... Alana
Lobo Sebastian ... Jimmy Espinosa
Michael Muhney ... Detective Daniels
Mark Kelly ... Leonard
Shelley Malil ... Babul
Richard Edson ... Manny
Sean Blakemore ... Officer Walters
Larrs Jackson ... Executive Man
Melissa Bacelar ... Cute Girl in Park
Rick Avery ... Driver
David Winston Barge ... Detective
Bryan Hanna ... Jake
Ivana Milicevic ... Cheryl
Rocco Passafaro ... Freddie
Miles Platt ... Edward
Marc Schaffer ... Garbage Truck Driver
Wilson Tai
Courtney Thomas ... Woman
Eric Thomas Wilson ... Cop #2
Director :
Charles Burmeister
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City Rats (2009)


Starring :
Tamer Hassan ... Jim
Danny Dyer ... Pete
Ray Panthaki ... Dean
Susan Lynch ... Gina
Kenny Doughty ... Olly
James Lance ... Chris
MyAnna Buring ... Sammy
Natasha Williams ... Carol
Jake Canuso ... Marco Harper
Richard Mylan ... Ash
James Doherty ... Trevor
Philip Herbert ... John the Cowboy
Katrine De Candole ... Chloe
Vyelle Croom ... Darryl
Emily Bowker ... Carla
Director :
Steve Kelly
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Crank: High Voltage (2009)


Starring :
Jason Statham ... Chev Chelios
Amy Smart ... Eve
Dwight Yoakam ... Doc Miles
Efren Ramirez ... Venus
Ling Bai ... Ria
Reno Wilson ... Orlando
Keone Young ... Don Kim
Art Hsu ... Johnny Vang
Joseph Julian Soria ... Chico
Clifton Collins Jr. ... El Huron
David Carradine ... Poon Dong
Corey Haim ... Randy
Billy Unger ... Young Chev
Jamie Harris ... Talk Show Host
John de Lancie ... Fish Halman
Directors :
Mark Neveldine
Brian Taylor

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Ciao (2008)


Synopsis :
A man dies very unexpectedly and leaves behind two men: Jeff, his best friend and Andrea, an Italian he's been corresponding with online. Jeff informs Andrea of Mark's passing; Andrea writes back to express his shock and sympathies. On a whim, they continue their correspondence and a rapport grows between them. They eventually meet, where they extend their e-mail exchanges into more personal and intimate conversations. They talk about their respective countries, their jobs, their families, their lives. Mostly, they talk about Mark. What began as a tragedy that linked two strangers from different ends of the world becomes a deeply realized friendship that may change their lives forever.
Starring :
Adam Neal Smith ... Jeff
Alessandro Calza ... Andrea
Ethel Lung ... Lauren
Chuck Blaum ... Mark
John S. Boles ... Mark's Father
Margaret Lake ... Mark's Mother
Tiffany Vollmer ... Doctor
Zachary B.K. Splawn ... Airport Passenger
David Taffet ... Restaurant Patron
Nadine Taplin ... Airport Passenger
Heather Temple ... Restaurant Patron
Justin Wallis ... Driver
Jennifer Wheeler ... Airport Passenger
Nicolas Wohr ... Airport Passenger
Director :
Yen Tan

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Caleb's Door (2009)


Synopsis :
Caleb is an ex-marine who's drifting through life, moving around, jumping from one pointless job to another, trying to findanswers. He moves back to his childhood home to escape his nightmares and get his life back on track. He finds that everything's different. His high school sweetheart is now engaged. His parish priest, to whom he always turned for support, is struggling with his own crisis of faith. And instead of getting better, the nightmares start getting worse. Then they start coming TRUE
Starring :
Carl DiMaggio ... Caleb
Charles Stransky ... Joseph
Penny Balfour ... Liz
Stephen C. Bradbury ... Shadow
Andrea Reese ... Mary
Rick Mowat ... Mark
Abigail Lopez ... Julie
Cathy Haase ... Jessica
Michael Del Rio ... Detective Toth
David Runco ... Jesus
Dean Alai ... Sam
Eric Shaamma ... Dr. Raphael
Neal Lerner ... Jerry
Joshua Shull ... Colin
John Putman ... Paul
Director :
Arthur Vincie
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The Lost Battalion (2001)



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The A&E original movie, The Lost Battalion comes under the subgenre of Historical Spotlight because it spotlights a point in history that is not very well known, or has been completely forgotten. The 2-hour movie (with commercials) has a number of disadvantages, with commercial breaks being one of them. Commercials, as everyone knows, are notorious for destroying the pacing of movies. And yet, despite all of its disadvantages — including the TV fullscreen format — Russell Mulcahy’s The Lost Battalion is a gem of a movie buried in the junk of cable TV.

The Lost Battalion tells the true story of an American battalion lost in the French Argonne Forest in the waning weeks of World War I. The film stars ex-”NYPD Blue” co-star Rick Schroder as Major Whittlesey, a New York lawyer who somehow ends up in the trenches of France fighting with men well below his societal class. Whittlesey is a man who doesn’t believe in the war, and the fact that he winds up fighting alongside men who have volunteered for the express purpose of traveling and seeing the world is a stark and sobering contrast.

When Whittlesey and the 500 men of his battalion are ordered into the Argonne Forest as part of a 3-prong attack, they find themselves surrounded by Germans when the other two battalions suddenly retreat, leaving Whittlesey’s battalion all alone. Trapped behind enemy lines, Whittlesey’s battalion becomes the only wrench in the German army’s plans to push forward. Trapped, out-numbered, and with no way to escape, Whittlesey is given a chance to surrender, but decides to fight on.

The problem with many war films is that after the gore and bloodletting of Saving Private Ryan any war movie looks like an exercise in G-rated filmmaking. The Lost Battalion gets around this problematic obstacle in two ways — it is based entirely on a true story and Johnatan Freeman blesses it with excellent cinematography. Freeman, working under Russell Mulcahy (Highlander) employs the same filmmaking techniques of moving handheld cameras and variable film speed during intense action scenes used by Steven Spielberg in Saving Private Ryan. As a result, The Lost Battalion has that pale tint that is prevalent in many war movies nowadays (from the aforementioned Ryan to the recent HBO TV series “Band of Brothers”). The movie is frenetic, chaotic, and completely breathtaking to look at. The credit goes to Freeman for the visuals, and to Mulcahy for letting Freeman loose to get said visuals.

The action in The Lost Battalion is appropriately shortsighted — which means you only see the man in front of you that you’re about to kill, or be killed by. Mulcahy makes great use of personal man-to-man combat between Americans and Germans in the middle of a larger battle. The Lost Battalion avoids showing a sweeping battle, mostly because of a limited TV budget, but also because the TV broadcasting format wouldn’t serve the epic vision of a giant battle.

Instead, Mulcahy wisely concentrates on the personal struggles of individual soldiers during the movie’s many attacks by the Germans. As a result, The Lost Battalion is filled with brutal and personal action that makes you feel like you’re there as the men struggles to survive. The movie has immediacy and a sense of claustrophobia as the enemy appears a few dozen yards in front of you, so close that you can see their eyes from your separate positions. The trench warfare aspect of World War I comes alive in bloody color and pale brown dirt.

Another aspect that I enjoyed about the The Lost Battalion is that it doesn’t make the Germans appear to be monsters. It is World War I, and this is a war between nations. A world war, and each side is trying desperately to win. The Germans are humans, just like the Americans, and their soldiers are young men trying to survive. Neither is shown to be “good guys” or “bad guys.” They are simply soldiers intent on killing each other because that’s what they do — that’s what soldiers do. The movie makes great use of brief interludes in the German lines, especially with a German Major who is coordinating the attack on Whittlesey’s battalion. This lends humanity to the usual bad guys, and the movie works better because of it.

Rick Schroder is perfect for the part of Whittlesey. While I believe the real Whittlesey (from his photos) was actually older than Schroder when he led the charge into the Argonne Forest, Schroder seems to transcend the age difference and gives a sterling performance. Schroder’s Whittlesey is a man of intelligence and deep thoughts, but also bravery and duty. As he says to one of his captains in a quiet scene, the world would be a much better place if every one can pick and choose their obligations. Whittlesey is a civilian soldier, a man out of his element, but like his men, many of whom are New Yorkers born and bred and proud of it, he rises to the occasion when the occasion calls.

While not all of Whittlesey’s 500 men battalion distinguishes themselves as separate characters within the movie’s limited 90-minute frame, those that do are memorable for their braggart spirits and seeming invincibility. In a way, I suppose the “they all look alike” aspect of the film is appropriate.

Starring :
Rick Schroder ... Maj. Charles White Whittlesey
Phil McKee ... Capt. George McMurtry
Jamie Harris ... Sgt. Gaedeke
Jay Rodan ... Lt. Leak
Adam James ... Capt. Nelson Holderman, Co. K 307 th
Daniel Caltagirone ... Pvt. Phillip Cepeglia
Michael Goldstrom ... Pvt. Jacob Rosen
André Vippolis ... Pvt. Lipasti
Rhys Miles Thomas ... Pvt. Bob Yoder (sharpshooter)
Arthur Kremer ... Pvt. Abraham Krotoshinsky (runner)
Adam Kotz ... Col. Johnson
Justin Scot ... Pvt. Omer Richards (carrier pigeons)
Anthony Azizi ... Pvt. Nat Henchman
George Calil ... Pvt. Lowell R. Hollingshead
Wolf Kahler ... Gen. von Sybel
Director :
Russell Mulcahy
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Public Enemies (2009)


Synopsis :
The film opens in 1933 as John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) is brought to a penitentiary by his partner John "Red" Hamilton, under the guise of a prisoner drop. They are actually there to break out the rest of their gang. Dillinger and Hamilton however overpower several guards and free their partners. After a gangmember gets violent, a gun is used to kill a guard alerting the rest of the prison. A shootout ensues as the gang makes a run for the getaway car. This results in Dillinger's mentor Walter Dietrich being killed. After beating and disposing of the gangmember who caused the shootout, Dillinger and the gang take refuge in a country house before leaving for Chicago to rob banks.
Elsewhere, Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) and several other FBI agents are running down Pretty Boy Floyd. Purvis kills Floyd in self defense. As a result, Purvis is upgraded by J. Edgar Hoover, who is protecting the FBI from scrutiny by politicians, to lead the hunt for John Dillinger.
While Dillinger and his gang reap the benefits of their robberies, Alvin Karpis offers Dillinger a role in a kidnapping plot. He declines however, stating that the public doesn't like kidnappings. At the party he meets Billie Frechette, whom he takes to dinner. At the restaurant they are in, they both are looked upon by others; John with fear because they know who he is, Billie with disdain because of her Indian heritage. Billie leaves him at the restaurant however when John begins talking to associates of Frank Nitti, Al Capone's right hand man and confidant. He finds her later, and states plainly what he will do for her and how he will treat her if they are to have a relationship: he also stands up for her by beating a drunkard verbally abusing her. With this act, and impressed by his respect and straight-forwardness with her, Billie leaves with him.
Melvin Purvis gets a lead on where Dillinger is staying and sets up an ambush at the motel he believes he is in. While checking out "Dillinger's" room, Purvis finds what looks to be an ordinary husband and wife. Though their identification checks out, Purvis seems to recognize the husband and has an agent watch the door after he leaves. But when the agent sees someone approach the door he is ambushed and killed by the "husband". After the man escapes, due to the rest of the agents' incompetance, Purvis realizes the killer wasn't Dillinger but Baby Face Nelson. After this incident, Purvis demands that Hoover bring in professional lawmen who know how to catch criminals dead or alive. Though Hoover had hoped for more pristine agents, he agrees.
While he and Billie are enjoying the luxuries across the States, the police finally find Dillinger and arrest him and his gang in Miami. In prison, Melvin Purvis comes to meet Dillinger. Dillinger goes on to tell Purvis how killing is different up close in personal as opposed to the way he killed Pretty Boy Floyd. Purvis tells Dillinger that he will more than likely be executed, and won't be a problem much longer. He is soon taken back to Indiana where he is imprisoned and awaiting execution. However, he gets in contact with a criminal lawyer, who gets Dillinger an appeal, keeping him in the county jail rather than sending him to state prison. Shortly after the appeal, Dillinger and a few inmates escape from prison using a fake gun. Dillinger is unable to see Billie as she is under tight surveillance by Purvis' men. Soon he finds that Frank Nitti's associates are now unwilling to help or involve themselves with him due to his notoriety causing the law to crack down on their Chicago business. He is instead goaded into a bank robbery job by an acquaintance. Even though Baby Face Nelson is involved, whom he doesn't like, Dillinger agrees. The robbery goes fine until Nelson impulsively kills a nearby police officer, alerting more of the robbery. A shootout occurs in which Dillinger is wounded and the acquaintance who convinced him to do the job is shot in the head before the gang escapes. They retreat to Nelson's wilderness lodge hideout at Little Bohemia, where Dillinger's wounds are dressed. Here Dillinger tells Red Hamilton that they will have to abandon Nelson and the gang and lay low for a while.
Purvis and his men apprehend the acquaintance (who is still alive) and torture him against the wishes of the doctors to find the rest of the gang's location. They arrive there and Purvis, with little time to think, organizes a poor ambush. This starts with them killing three innocent people leaving the lodge and alerting the gang. Dillinger and Red escape seperately from Nelson and the rest of the gang. While they are pursued, Red is shot and severely wounded, but is helped the rest of the way by Dillinger. Purvis angrily chases down Nelson after he killed his partner. After a lengthy car chase, Purvis and his men kill Nelson and the rest of the gang. In a nearby town, Red dies despite Dillinger's efforts to treat his injuries, and leaves Dillinger to think about Billie.
Dillinger later manages to steal Billie away from her home without the agents knowing until later. They spend a long night together, where Dillinger tells her he plans to do one last job that will pay enough for them to escape together for good. However, when Dillinger drops her off at a hotel he thinks will be a safe place for her to hide, she is re-captured by the FBI in front of him, leaving him torn and helpless to save her. An interrogator viciously beats Billie for his whereabouts, until she mocks him by stating that he could've caught Dillinger when they captured her, but was too frightened to search for him and hints at what Dillinger will do to him once he finds out about her treatment. Before the interrogator can further assault her, he is restrained by his colleagues and Purvis rescues her. In jail, she sends Dillenger a letter, telling him not to come rescue her, but to lie low and that she will see him again when she gets out.
Purvis enlists the help of prostitute and Dillinger acquaintance Anna Sage, threatening her with deportation in order for her to cooperate. She agrees to set up an ambush that will lead to Dillinger's capture. Dillinger has taken refuge alone with Anna and her friend Polly. He is also planning on joining Alvin Karpis in a train robbery that will make them $300,000 a piece. The day of the ambush, Dillinger tells Sage his plans to see a movie in town, which she passes onto Purvis. He first accompanies Polly into town and, while waiting for her, enters the "Dillinger Squad" room of the police department. He moves around casually looking over their progress and the information they have on him as no one in the room takes notice of or even recognizes him. At night Dillinger, Anna, and Polly go to see a Clark Gable gangster movie "Manhattan Melodrama" at the Biograph Theater. Once the movie is over, Dillinger and the women leave as Purvis and his agents begin to follow him. The agent who had beaten Billie prepares to kill him but Dillinger sees him before he can shoot. When he draws his gun to attack the lawmen he is shot several times. Charles Winstead, one of the men who shot him, listens to Dillinger's last words before he dies. Winstead tells Purvis he couldn't hear what he said: Purvis, who seems somewhat overcome by the deed, leaves to inform Hoover that Dillinger is dead.
Later on however, Winstead meets Billie Frechette in prison. He claims that he did in fact hear John Dillinger's dying words. He had apparantly told Winstead to "Tell her 'Bye bye, blackbird'", referencing the song John and Billie had danced to when they first met. Winstead leaves as Billie weeps quietly. The closing text reveals that Melvin Purvis quit the FBI shortly afterwards and committed suicide later in his life, Billie lived out of the rest of her life in Wisconsin following her release in 1936, and most of the Public Enemies were caught or killed later on.
Starring :
James Russo ... Walter Dietrich
David Wenham ... Harry 'Pete' Pierpont
Christian Stolte ... Charles Makley
Jason Clarke ... John 'Red' Hamilton
Johnny Depp ... John Dillinger
John Judd ... Turnkey
Stephen Dorff ... Homer Van Meter
Michael Vieau ... Ed Shouse
John Kishline ... Guard Dainard
Wesley Walker ... Jim Leslie
John Scherp ... Earl Adams
Elena Kenney ... Viola Norris
William Nero Jr. ... Toddler on Farm
Channing Tatum ... Pretty Boy Floyd
Christian Bale ... Melvin Purvis
Director :
Michael Mann
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Congo (1995)


Synopsis :
An expedition to a mysterious expanse of unexplored Africa unexpectedly brings primatologist Peter Elliot and Travicom Project Supervisor Karen Ross to a place where human greed and the laws of nature have gone berserk. Unlikely partners, Peter is the guardian of Amy, a remarkable gorilla he wants to return to the wild, while Karen has been sent inland to retrieve rare diamonds needed for new communications technology. In a search for the legendary lost city of Zinj and its fabled diamonds, they are accompanied by their guide Monroe Kelly, Peter's colleague Richard and philanthropist Herkermer Homolka. The expedition discovers that in the Congo, they are the endangered species.
Starring :
Laura Linney ... Dr. Karen Ross
Dylan Walsh ... Dr. Peter Elliot
Ernie Hudson ... Captain Munro Kelly
Tim Curry ... Herkermer Homolka
Grant Heslov ... Richard
Joe Don Baker ... R.B. Travis
Lorene Noh ... Amy
Mary Ellen Trainor ... Moira
Misty Rosas ... Amy the Gorilla
Stuart Pankin ... Boyd
Carolyn Seymour ... Eleanor Romy
Romy Rosemont ... Assistant
James Karen ... College President / Elliot's Boss
Bill Pugin ... William
Lawrence T. Wrentz ... Prof. Arliss Wender
Director :
Frank Marshall
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The Cowboy Way (1994)


Synopsis :
What is "the cowboy way?" According to this movie, it means you always wear your hat, even in New York, when you're trying to blend in and spy on your adversaries. It means your first instinct to neutralize a pawn shop thug is to lasso him and tie him up like a steer. It means you convince an NYPD horse cop to abandon all sense of protocol and join you on a villain-catching hootenanny, because he "always wanted to be a cowboy." No one will want to be a cowboy after watching The Cowboy Way, a disastrous misfire produced by usual hit-maker Brian Grazer. Kiefer Sutherland plays Sonny, a guy with such evident street smarts, you almost forget he's a prairie boy, except for that moustache and ten-gallon hat. He's essentially the same character Sutherland plays on 24, always knowing exactly what to do, and never needing backup -- which makes him not that much different from every character Sutherland has ever played. Also fully typecast is Woody Harrelson as Pepper, so fully in comic relief mode that he's nearly useless in helping Sonny track down the bad guys, despite the script's belabored emphasis on teamwork. Not that the writers gave him much to work with, but director Gregg Champion is inept with actors, leading to a particularly awkward performance by Ernie Hudson as the mounted cop and a waste of an appealing actress Cara Buono as the not-very-Cuban immigrant daughter. The film's only laughter comes from seeing Sutherland and Harrelson walking around like rodeo vigilantes. That's probably not what anyone intended, and it's definitely not "the cowboy way." ~ Derek Armstrong, All Movie Guide
Starring :
Woody Harrelson ... Pepper Lewis
Kiefer Sutherland ... Sonny Gilstrap
Dylan McDermott ... John Stark
Ernie Hudson ... Officer Sam 'Mad Dog' Shaw
Cara Buono ... Teresa Salazar
Marg Helgenberger ... Margarette
Tomas Milian ... Manny Huerta
Luis Guzmán ... Chango
Angel Caban ... Boca
Matthew Cowles ... Pop Fly
Joaquín Martínez ... Nacho Salazar
Kristin Baer ... Melba
Christian Aubert ... Jacques
Emmanuel Xuereb ... Gaston
Francie Swift ... Desk Clerk at Waldorf Astoria
Director :
Gregg Champion
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Miss Congeniality (2000)


Synopsis :
After botching up an undercover assignment involving Russian mobsters, less-than-graceful FBI Agent Gracie Hart is placed on desk duty. However, when a terrorist, known only as The Citizen, threatens to disrupt the Miss America pageant, Gracie, unfortunately, is the only agent attractive enough to go undercover posing as Miss New Jersey.
Starring :
Sandra Bullock ... Gracie Hart
Michael Caine ... Victor Melling
Benjamin Bratt ... Eric Matthews
Candice Bergen ... Kathy Morningside
Ernie Hudson ... FBI Asst. Director Harry McDonald
William Shatner ... Stan Fields
John DiResta ... Agent Clonsky
Heather Burns ... Cheryl Frasier, Miss Rhode Island
Melissa De Sousa ... Karen Krantz, Miss New York
Steve Monroe ... Frank Tobin
Deirdre Quinn ... Mary Jo Wright, Miss Texas
Wendy Raquel Robinson ... Leslie Davis, Miss California
Asia De Marcos ... Alana Krewson, Miss Hawaii
Ken Thomas ... FBI Agent Harris
Gabriel Folse ... FBI Agent Jerry Grant
Director :
Donald Petrie
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Metropolis (1927)


Synopsis :
There are multiple versions of Metropolis, all of which comprise various portions of the original, 153-minute 1927 cut (see "Release" section below). The plot description given here corresponds to the 2002 version released by the F. W. Murnau Foundation, the most complete cut that is currently available to the public.
Metropolis is set in the future, in the extraordinary Art Deco skyscrapers of a harsh corporate city-state, the metropolis of the title. Society has been divided into two rigid groups: one of planners or thinkers, who live high above the earth in luxury, and another of workers who live underground laboring to sustain the lives of the privileged. The city is run by Johann 'Joh' Fredersen (Alfred Abel), whose son Freder (Gustav Fröhlich) becomes infatuated with a beautiful worker woman who ventures to the surface one day. Descending to the machine rooms in pursuit of her, he is shocked to see the workers' constant toil and exhaustion. An explosion at the enormous "M-Machine" shows him the callous treatment of the workers by the above-ground elite; before the dead and wounded can be taken away, fresh men must be brought in to replace them. He visualizes the M-Machine as Moloch, who consumes a never-ending sacrifice of bodies and lives.
Freder takes pity on a worker and trades places with him, then finds a map to an underground meeting room in the man's clothes. Here he finds Maria (Brigitte Helm), the woman he saw earlier aboveground. Maria urges the gathered workers not to revolt, but to wait for the arrival of a "Mediator" who can bridge the gap between the thinkers and workers. Freder is persuaded to join the cause, and Maria begins to believe that he may be the Mediator.
At the same time, Fredersen speaks with inventor C. A. Rotwang (Rudolf Klein-Rogge), an old colleague and romantic rival. Rotwang has built a Maschinenmensch, or Machine-Man - a robot on which he plans to bestow the appearance of Hel, a lover who left him for Fredersen and died giving birth to Freder. Fredersen shows Rotwang some more maps taken from the workers killed in the explosion; Rotwang leads him underground and the two eavesdrop on the workers' meeting. Seeing Maria, Fredersen persuades Rotwang to give the robot her face instead so that it can be used to sow discord among the men. Rotwang captures her and does as Fredersen asks, but with an ulterior motive: he will use the robot to deprive Fredersen of his son.
Seeing the robot-Maria with Fredersen, Freder collapses in a sudden delirium and must be taken home. As he lies in bed and the real Maria remains imprisoned in Rotwang's house, the robot performs as an exotic dancer in the decadent Yoshiwara nightclub, sparking widespread fights among the young men in attendance. Freder snaps out of his fever and realizes that the entire city is in danger, while the robot goads the workers into a full-scale rebellion and Maria breaks loose. Still intent on allowing the workers to destroy themselves, Fredersen calls Grot, the foreman of the "Heart Machine" (the main power station of Metropolis). After Grot opens its gates on Fredersen's orders, the workers and their wives destroy the Heart Machine, causing the reservoirs to burst and flood the workers' city farther below. After Freder and Grot are unable to stop them, Freder and Maria race down to the city and rescue all the children who have been left behind here.
Seeing the damage they have done and believing their children to be dead, the mob turns against Maria and chases her through the surface city streets. In the confusion, the real Maria slips away to the cathedral, while the mob captures the robot and burns her at the stake. Freder is aghast upon seeing this, but he and the workers soon learn that the burned woman was actually the duplicate. Rotwang chases Maria to the roof of the cathedral, with Freder in pursuit and a horrified Fredersen watching from the ground as the two men struggle. Eventually Rotwang falls to his death and Freder and Maria return to the street. Freder then fulfills his role as Mediator ("elbow"), bringing Fredersen (the city's "heart") and Grot (its "hands") together at last.
Starring :
Alfred Abel ... Joh Fredersen
Gustav Fröhlich ... Freder, Joh Fredersen's son
Rudolf Klein-Rogge ... C. A. Rotwang, the inventor
Fritz Rasp ... The Thin Man
Theodor Loos ... Josaphat
Erwin Biswanger ... 11811
Heinrich George ... Grot, the guardian of the Heart Machine
Brigitte Helm ... Maria
Director :
Fritz Lang
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Synopsis :
Mike, now released from a psychiatric hospital, continues his journey to stop the evil Tall Man from his grim work.
Starring :
James LeGros ... Mike
Reggie Bannister ... Reggie
Angus Scrimm ... The Tall Man
Paula Irvine ... Liz
Samantha Phillips ... Alchemy
Kenneth Tigar ... Father Meyers
Ruth C. Engel ... Grandma
Mark Anthony Major ... Mortician
Rubin Kushner ... Grandpa
Stacey Travis ... Jeri
J. Patrick McNamara ... Psychologist
A. Michael Baldwin ... Young Mike
Amanda Gray ... Background Player
Elizabeth Quezada ... Background Player
Lauren Gray ... Background Player
Director :
Don Coscarelli
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