|Beautiful Dreamers 1990 PG-13, 107 min.|
Director: John Kent Harrison
Cast: Colm Feore, Rip Torn, Wendel Meldrum, Sheila McCarthy, Colin Fox, David Gardner, Barbara Gordon, Marsha Moreau, Tom McCamus, Albert Schultz, Angelo Rizacos, Gordon Master, Gerry Quigley, Roland Hewgill, Roger Clown
American poet Walt Whitman (Rip Torn) comes to the aid of Canadian psychiatrist Dr. Bucke (Colm Feore) as he works for reform in mental asylums in this fact-based story set in the 1880s.
|Blackjack 1998 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: John Woo
Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Kate Vernon, Phillip MacKenzie, Kam Heskin, Fred Williamson, Padraigin Murphy, Saul Rubinek, Tony De Santis, Andrew Jackson, Albert Schultz, Janet Bailey, Peter Keleghan, Scott Nichol, Geza Kovacs, Christie MacFadyen
As a bodyguard, U.S. Marshal Jack Devlin (Dolph Lundgren) has more than a few problems taking care of the daughter of a murdered friend. Now he must add dodging bullets when he takes on responsibility for protecting a beautiful model who is the intended target of a psychotic assassin.
|Street Justice 1989 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Cast: Michael Ontkean, Joanna Kerns, Catherine Bach, J.D. Cannon, Jeanette Nolan, Richard Cox, William Windom, Sandee Currie, David B. Nichols, Alan Scarfe, Carolyn Dunn, Albert Schultz, Frank Moore, Neil Munro, Louie Elias
A CIA agent, thought to be dead from a CIA-instigated crash while bringing a Soviet scientist to freedom, turns up after having escaped from a Russian prison. He then escapes from the CIA and heads to his hometown in New Jersey to search for his family. Finding that his wife has remarried, he proceeds to clean up the corrupt city from a ruthless family to protect his own family. Meanwhile, the CIA and corrupt family are after him. Yuk.
|White Lies 1998 TV, 92 min.|
Director: Kari Skogland
Cast: Sarah Polley, Tanya Allen, Jonathan Scarfe, Lynn Redgrave, Joseph Kell, Albert Schultz, Toby Proctor, Drew Coombs, Joe Roncetti, Rob Stefaniuk
Catherine (Sarah Polley) is a Canadian college student who is frustrated with the liberal bias at the school. On the internet she finds people who share her views–a neo-Nazi hate group–and becomes a spokesperson for their cause. As she gets more deeply involved with the group, she finds that its views are questionable. This made-for-TV film falls a little short of the mark.
|1. Beautiful Dreamers (1990)|
2. Blackjack (1998)
3. Street Justice (1989)
4. White Lies (1998)
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