|The Apocalypse 1997 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Hubert C. de la Bouillerie
Cast: Sandra Bernhard, Cameron Dye, Frank Zagarino, Matt McCoy, Laura San Giacomo, Lee Arenberg, Michelle Anne Johnson, Merle Kennedy, Spencer Garrett, Teddy Lane Jr., Brandon Hooper, Dwayne Macopson, Norm Skaggs, Craig Strong, Gerald Henderson
J.T. Wayne (Sandra Bernhard) captains a salvage spaceship on a mission to intercept a derelict cargo ship that is on a collision course with Earth. The cargo ship carries enough unstable fuel that would virtually destroy the planet. Unfortunately, there are enemies on the salvage ship who have different plans for the ship, as does J.T.'s computer.
|Dress Gray 1986 TV, 192 min.|
Director: Glenn Jordan
Cast: Alec Baldwin, Hal Holbrook, Lloyd Bridges, Eddie Albert, Ron Rifkin, James Sikking, Alexis Smith, Lane Smith, Albert Salmi, Cameron Dye
When cadet David Hand is found murdered near a riverbank at the U.S. Grant Military Academy, a cover-up ensues that breaks wide open when Hand's homosexuality is revealed.
|Fraternity Vacation 1985 PG, 95 min.|
Director: James Frawley
Cast: Stephen Geoffreys, Sheree J. Wilson, Cameron Dye, Leigh McCloskey, Tim Robbins, Matt McCoy, Amanda Bearse, John Vernon, Nita Talbot, Barbara Crampton, Kathleen Kinmont, Max Wright, Julie Payne, Franklyn Ajaye, Charles Rocket
Three fraternity brothers (Stephen Geoffreys, Cameron Dye, and Tim Robbins) head off to Palm Springs for Spring break after the father of one has paid off the other two to take his son along and help him find a girl. Thus begins their adventure. For teens only.
|Last Light 1993 R, 104 min.|
Director: Kiefer Sutherland
Cast: Kiefer Sutherland, Forest Whitaker, Amanda Plummer, Kathleen Quinlan, Clancy Brown, Cameron Dye, Lynne Moody, Tony T. Johnson, Robert Eisele, Danny Trejo, Gary Cervantes, Valeri Ross
Death row prisoner Denver Bayliss (Kiefer Sutherland) suffers abuse while awaiting his execution, but when he forms a friendship with prison guard Fred Whitmore (Forest Whitaker), the relationship develops meaning, and both men benefit.
|Men at Work 1990 PG-13, 99 min.|
Director: Emilio Estevez
Cast: Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Leslie Hope, Keith David, Dean Cameron, John Getz, Cameron Dye, John Putch, Hawk Wolinski, John Lavachielli
Garbage collectors (Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez–real-life brothers) find the victim of a politically based murder and become enmeshed in the detective world as they pursue the killer.
|Valley Girl 1983 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Martha Coolidge
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Deborah Foreman, Cameron Dye, Heidi Holicker, Elizabeth Daily, Michael Bowen, Lee Purcell, Colleen Camp, Frederic Forrest, Tony Plana, Michelle Meyrink, Richard Sanders, Tina Theberge, David Ensor, Joanne Baron
Randy (Nicolas Cage) is a punk rocker who falls in love with Valley-Girl Julie (Deborah Foreman). Although both live in the L.A. area, their lives in Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley are worlds apart. Julie's friends refuse to accept Randy, and she considers going back to her Valley-dude boyfriend Tommy (Michael Bowen). As prom night approaches, Julie has a talk with her father, Steve (Frederic Forrest), and now will decide whether or not to choose Randy over her friends.
|1. The Apocalypse (1997)|
2. Dress Gray (1986)
3. Fraternity Vacation (1985)
4. Last Light (1993)
5. Men at Work (1990)
6. Valley Girl (1983)
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