|Birth 2004 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Romance
Director: Jonathan Glazer
Cast: Nicole Kidman, Cameron Bright, Danny Huston, Lauren Bacall, Alison Elliott, Arliss Howard, Michael Desautels, Anne Heche, Peter Stormare, Ted Levine, Cara Seymour, Novella Nelson, Zoe Caldwell, Charles Goff, Joe M. Chalmers
Ten-year-old Sean (Cameron Bright) comes to a family gathering and informs Anna (Nicole Kidman) that he is the reincarnation of Anna's deceased husband. The family is shocked at the details Sean relates, but Anna is in awe and begins to re-evaluate her upcoming marriage to Joseph (Danny Huston).
|The Butterfly Effect 2004 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Eric Bress, J. Mackye Gruber
Cast: Ashton Kutcher, Amy Smart, Melora Walters, Elden Henson, Kevin G. Schmidt, Eric Stoltz, John Patrick Amedori, William Lee Scott, Cameron Bright, Irene Gorovaia, Jesse James, Brandy Kopp, Callum Keith Rennie, Logan Lerman, Sarah Widdows
Riddled with disturbing memories, psychology student Evan Treborn (Ashton Kutcher) finds the means to transfer himself back to the past where he tries to fix traumatic events in which he was involved. The problem is that for every action Evan changes there is a reaction causing someone to suffer.
|Godsend 2004 PG-13, 102 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Nick Hamm
Cast: Greg Kinnear, Rebecca Romijn, Robert De Niro, Cameron Bright, Merwin Mondesir, Sava Drayton, Jake Simons, Elle Downs, Edie Inksetter, Raoul Bhaneja, Christopher Britton, Thomas Chambers, Jennifer Cooper, Munro Chambers, Jeff Christensen
After their son Adam (Cameron Bright) is killed in an automobile accident on his eighth birthday, Paul (Greg Kinnear) and Jessie (Rebecca Romijn) meet with genetic researcher Richard Wells (Robert De Niro) who offers to clone their son. Since cloning is illegal, Paul and Jessie must sever ties with the past as they set out to raise their cloned son. The first eight years are fine; however, as that eighth birthday approaches warning signs mount.
|Running Scared 2006 R, 119 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: Wayne Kramer
Cast: Paul Walker, Cameron Bright, Vera Farmiga, Karel Roden, Johnny Messner, Chazz Palminteri, Ivana Milicevic, Alex Neuberger, Michael Cudlitz, Bruce Altman, John Noble, David Warshofsky, Elizabeth Mitchell
While working for the Mob, Joey Gazelle's (Paul Walker) job is to get rid of guns used in murders, and he has been stowing the guns in his basement. One day, his young son Nicky (Alex Neuberger) and best friend Oleg (Cameron Bright) find some of the weapons. Oleg takes one gun home and shoots his stepfather. This sets off a string of events because Joey realizes that the gun can be traced as the one used in the killing of police officers, and now he could be targeted by both police and the Mob.
|Thank You for Smoking 2006 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Jason Reitman
Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Maria Bello, Cameron Bright, Adam Brody, Sam Elliott, Katie Holmes, David Koechner, William H. Macy, Rob Lowe, J.K. Simmons, Robert Duvall, Kim Dickens, Todd Louiso
In this satire, Nick Naylor (Aaron Eckhart) is a spokesperson for Big Tobacco whose lobbying for smoking rights in public conflicts with his efforts to be a role model at home for his 12-year-old son, Joey (Cameron Bright).
|Ultraviolet 2006 PG-13, 88 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Kurt Wimmer
Cast: Milla Jovovich, Cameron Bright, Nick Chinlund, William Fichtner, Sebastien Andrieu, Ida Martin, David Collier, Kieron O'Rorke, Digger Mesch, Ricardo Mamood, Clay Cullen, Diego Swing
Genetically modified Hemophages, who had been transformed into vampires, emerge in the 21st century. One Hemophage, warrior Violet (Milla Jovovich), seeks revenge on those who caused her condition by protecting a young child, Six (Cameron Bright), who had been raised in a lab as a weapon to destroy all Hemophages.
|1. Birth (2004)|
2. The Butterfly Effect (2004)
3. Godsend (2004)
4. Running Scared (2006)
5. Thank You for Smoking (2006)
6. Ultraviolet (2006)
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