|Afterglow 1997 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Alan Rudolph
Cast: Nick Nolte, Julie Christie, Lara Flynn Boyle, Jonny Lee Miller, Jay Underwood, Domini Blythe, Yves Corbeil, Alan Fawcett, France Castel, Claudia Besso, Michele-Barbara Pelletier, Genevieve Bissonnette, Ivan Smith, Ellen David, Don Jordan
Two couples–Phyllis (Julie Christie) and Lucky (Nick Nolte) and Marianne (Lara Flynn Boyle) and Jeffrey (Jonny Lee Miller)–are suffering because of unhappy marriages. When repair contractor Lucky arrives at Marianne and Jeffrey's apartment, Marianne becomes the object serviced. Meanwhile, Jeffrey finds comfort in Lucky's wife Phyllis who is only too happy to take on the mother role for Jeffrey. Julie Christie received a Best Actress Oscar nomination.
|Barney's Great Adventure 1998 G, 75 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure
Director: Steve Gomer
Cast: George Hearn, Shirley Douglas, Trevor Morgan, Diana Rice, Kyla Pratt, Alan Fawcett, Jane Wheeler, Bob West, Julie Johnson, Renee Madeline Le Guerrier, Patty Wirtz, Jeff Brooks, B Martin Sage, David Joyner, Jeff Ayers
When Cody (Trevor Morgan) and Abby (Diana Rice) and their friend Marcella (Kyla Pratt) visit their grandparents' (George Hearn and Shirley Douglas) farm, who should pop up but that big purple dinosaur Barney, and the children learn how to use their imaginations.
|The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland 1987 G, 75 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Raymond Jafelice
Cast: Bob Dermer, Eva Almos, Dan Hennessey, Jim Henshaw, Marla Lukofsky, Luba Goy, Keith Knight, Tracey Moore, Colin Fox, Alyson Court, Alan Fawcett, Don McManus
The syrupy Bears are at it one more time in another commercial for toys. This time they do in L. Frank Baum's "Alice" as they follow Alice (voice of Tracey Moore) through the looking glass and attempt to save Wonderland from the bad wizard (voice of Colin Fox). Young children will love it.
|Hidden Agenda 2001 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Marc S. Grenier
Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Maxim Roy, Brigitte Paquette, Christian Paul, Brian D. Wright, Patrick Kerton, Ted Whittall, Serge Houde, Alan Fawcett, Francis X. McCarthy, Harry Standjofski, Andreas Apergis, Jeff Hall, Cas Anvar, Lynne Adams
Ex-FBI agent Jason Price (Dolph Lundgren) has created the Daedalus Network, which furnishes new identities that make people "disappear." When Jason bypasses government authority, FBI bigwig Sam Turgesen (Alan Fawcett) vows to put an end to the Daedalus Network. Meanwhile, Jason uncovers a conspiracy within the agency that puts his own life in danger, and a hit man infiltrates the Daedalus Network and goes on a killing spree leaving Jason in a spot where he can trust no one.
|Lost and Delirious 2001 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Lea Pool
Cast: Piper Perabo, Jessica Pare, Mischa Barton, Jackie Burroughs, Graham Greene, Mimi Kuzyk, Luke Kirby, Caroline Dhavernas, Amy Stewart, Noel Burton, Emily VanCamp, Alan Fawcett, Peter Oldring, Grace Lynn King, Stephen Mwinga
Mary "Mouse" (Misha Barton) is beginning her freshman year at an exclusive boarding school and becomes friends with seniors Paulie (Piper Perabo) and Tory (Jessica Pare). Paulie and Tory are lesbian lovers and rebel against sexual mores. When they are caught, they break up and then embark on a series of silly disruptions–including Paulie's extreme measures to win back Tory. Mouse, meanwhile, is caught in the middle and torn in her loyalties to Paulie and Tory. 1 User Review
|Piper Delivers Incredible Performance||Stefanie 06/02/2011 |
| As Paulie, Piper Perabo puts in one of the most emotionally riveting performances of the past decade. She perfectly displays an emotional range that is incredible given her youth (she was only 23 at the time of filming). It is amazing to see how she makes each scene and emotion credible, from the highest of joy to the depths of despair and depression. During an interview(I believe shot on the last day of filming), she is obviously emotionally drained due to the intensity in which she played Paulie.|
|Random Encounter 1998 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Douglas Jackson
Cast: Elizabeth Berkley, J.H. Wyman, Frank Schorpion, Barry Flatman, Frank Fontaine, Joanna Noyes, Mark Walker, Ellen David, Susan Glover, Mary Bradley, Alan Fawcett, Mark Camacho, Maxine Guess, Dean Patrick Fleming, Stephanie Bauder
Public relations executive Allie (Elizabeth Berkley) meets Kyle (J.H. Wyman) at a company party, goes home with him, and attempts to have sex. They are interrupted by a crazed woman, Madeleine (Mary Bradley), who attacks them with a knife. During the ensuing scuffle, Allie slays Madeleine. Kyle offers to help Allie in a cover-up, but there is more to Kyle than meets the eye: in fact, he is an ex-con who has set up Allie to kill Madeleine.
|1. Afterglow (1997)|
2. Barney's Great Adventure (1998)
3. The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland (1987)
4. Hidden Agenda (2001)
5. Lost and Delirious (2001)
6. Random Encounter (1998)
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