|Booty Call 1997 R, 77 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Jeff Pollack
Cast: Jamie Foxx, Tommy Davidson, Vivica A. Fox, Tamala Jones, Scott LaRose, Art Malik, Gedde Watanabe, Bernie Mac, Ric Young, Ammie Sin, Kam Ray Chan, Olivia Yap, Bill MacDonald, John Moraitis, Karen Robinson
This sex farce follows events of a double date in which Rushon (Tommy Davidson) and Nikki (Tamala Jones) share an evening with Nikki's friend Lysterine (Vivica A. Fox) and Bunz (Jamie Foxx) who Rushon has fixed Lysterine up with. As they have dinner together, verbal wars take place. When the situation changes from verbal to physical, all four participants exercise their "rights" to sexual satisfaction. Now, Benz and Rushon are sent out on a mission filled with misadventures in their search for condoms in order to assure safe sex.
|Dead Husbands 1998 PG-13, 120 min.|
Director: Paul Shapiro
Cast: John Ritter, Nicollette Sheridan, Sonja Smits, Amy Yasbeck, Sherry Miller, Bill MacDonald, Kenneth Welsh, Michelle Duquet, Huey Lewis, Sheila McCarthy
A chain letter circulated by dissatisfied wives gets the attention of one recipient (Nicolette Sheridan). Her husband is a best-selling, advice-to-reignite-your-marriage author who has no clue that he is now on the hit list recommended by the chain letter.
|Deceived 2002 N/R, 96 min.|
Genre: Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Andre van Heerden
Cast: Judd Nelson, Michelle Nolden, Stewart Bick, Louis Gossett Jr., Deborah Odell, Jefferson Mappin, Ramona Bilano, Bill MacDonald, Mike Realba, Jason Knight, Paul Fauteux, Darrell Dennis, Melissa Haller, Clipper Miano, Ron Webber
An extraterrestrial signal is picked up by people at a remote observatory and also by the military. The signals begin to bring out the worst in people who hear it–causing murder, envy, greed, lust, and other characteristics. Could this be the end for Earthlings?
|Flood: A River's Rampage 1997 PG, 94 min.|
Director: Bruce Pittman
Cast: Richard Thomas, Kate Vernon, Nigel Bennett, Jan Rubes, Gabriel Hogan, Mairon Bennett, Kristen Bone, Vince Corazza, Bill MacDonald, J. Winston Carroll, Frank Moore, Scott Wickware, Sandy Crawley, Deoborah Burgess, Jane Cooke
Based on the 1993 flooding of the Mississippi River, this is the fictionalized account of two people–Herb Dellenbach (Richard Thomas) and Pat Mallory (Kate Vernon) who bring their small town together to save it from the flood waters.
|A History of Violence 2005 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: David Cronenberg
Cast: Viggo Mortensen, Maria Bello, William Hurt, Ed Harris, Ashton Holmes, Peter MacNeill, Heidi Hayes, Stephen McHattie, Greg Bryk, Gerry Quigley, Aidan Devine, Bill MacDonald, Kyle Schmid, Sumela Kay, Doborah Drakeford
Just an average guy, Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen) lives in Millbrook, Indiana, where he owns a diner. He is married to a lawyer, Edie (Maria Bello), and they have two children (Ashton Holmes and Heidi Hayes). Life changes for Tom after he stops a robbery at his diner by grabbing one of the criminal's guns and killing both robbers. During the ensuing news coverage, the media thrusts Tom and his family into the spotlight, and a one-eyed thug from Philadelphia, Carl Fogarty (Ed Harris), identifies Tom as a killer from 15 years ago and leaves for Millbrook to confront him. The film received two Academy Award nominations, including Best Supporting Actor (William Hurt).
|1. Booty Call (1997)|
2. Dead Husbands (1998)
3. Deceived (2002)
4. Flood: A River's Rampage (1997)
5. A History of Violence (2005)
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