|The Crossing 2000 TV, 90 min.|
Director: Robert Harmon
Cast: Jeff Daniels, Sebastian Roche, Roger Rees, Steven McCarthy, John Henry Canavan, Ned Vukovic, David Ferry, Nigel Bennett, Karl Pruner, Duncan McLeod, Andrew Kraulis, Kelly Harms, Jonathan Watton, Kristen Holden-Ried, Chris Williamson
Things didn't look good for the Continental Army six months after the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The British forces, which included the well-trained German Hessians, had control of Trenton, NJ, and were poised to seize Philadelphia. The Continental forces, under George Washington (Jeff Daniels), were near collapse from decimated men, disease, and shortage of supplies. Against the recommendations of most of his Generals, Washington decided to make a sneak attack on Trenton on Christmas day. To do this, he and his troops had to cross the Delaware River while the river was freezing during a cold storm. The ensuing battle became a turning point of the war. Made for cable TV.
|The Skulls 2000 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Rob Cohen
Cast: Joshua Jackson, Paul Walker, Hill Harper, Leslie Bibb, Christopher McDonald, Steve Harris, William Petersen, Craig T. Nelson, David Asman, Scott Gibson, Nigel Bennett, Jennifer Melino, Andrew Kraulis, Derek Aasland, Noah Danby
Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) enters a secret society, "The Skulls," at Yale. After numerous questionable episodes (including the suspicious suicide of Luke's roommate Will Beckford (Hill Harper), Luke realizes that his own life is in danger.
|1. The Crossing (2000)|
2. The Skulls (2000)
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