|36 Hours to Die 1999 TV, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Yves Simoneau
Cast: Treat Williams, Kim Cattrall, Saul Rubinek, Carroll O'Connor, Alain Goulem, Barbara Eve Harris, Stewart Bick, Hrothgar Mathews, Aidan Devine, Alexandra Clermont, Eamon Goldstein, Roc LaFortune, Scott Hylands, Richard Jutras, George touliatos
This is actually a decent made-for-TV offering. The plot revolves around an extortion scheme of funneling cash from Noah Stone's (Treat Williams) brewery. But Noah refuses to be taken and enlists the aid of his family to outsmart the mobsters.
|The Boys of St. Vincent 1992 TV, 186 min.|
Director: John N. Smith
Cast: Henry Czerny, Johnny Morina, Bryan Dooley, Greg Thomey, Brian Dodd, Ashley Billard, Alain Goulem, Sam Grana, Maurice Podbrey, Aidan Devine, Dave Francis, Gordon Day, Philip Dinn, Jeremy Keefe, Ed Martin
Based on mistreatments that took place at St. Vincent's orphanage in Newfoundland, this story reveals physical, sexual, and emotional abuses as well as the religious and political forces determined to keep the public unaware.
|Riders 2002 R, 83 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Gerard Pires
Cast: Stephen Dorff, Natasha Henstridge, Bruce Payne, Steven Berkoff, Cle Bennett, Karen Cliche, Steven McCarthy, Alain Goulem, Andreas Apergis, Tom McCamus, Andy Bradshaw, David Gow, Jamie Orchard, Stephen Spreekmeester, Mariusz Sibiga
A group of young, extreme-sport lovers become bank robbers, with the getaway chases being the highlight as they use various methods such as snowboarding. Before "retirement," they decide to pull off five more heists in five days. But the police AND the mob are on their trail.
|1. 36 Hours to Die (1999)|
2. The Boys of St. Vincent (1992)
3. Riders (2002)
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