|Boys Will Be Boys 1999 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy
Director: Dom DeLuise
Cast: James Williams, Drew Winget, Julie Hagerty, Randy Travis, Mickey Rooney, Michael DeLuise, Catherine Oxenberg, Jon Voight, Charles Nelson Reilly, Ruth Buzzi, Carol Arthur, Dom DeLuise, Glenndon Chatman, Steven Wagner, Brian Wagner
This boring "Home Alone" wannabe involves two brothers who convince their father to let them stay home alone when their parents attend a party hosted by their father's boss. The fun starts when the brothers claim that burglars invaded their home while the main suspect has his own story. In the end, the boys uncover a plot to hurt their father's career.
|Charles and Diana: Unappily Ever After 1992 TV, 95 min.|
Director: John Power
Cast: Catherine Oxenberg, Roger Rees, Benedict Taylor, Tracy Brabin, Amanda Walker, David Quilter, Jane How, Gladys Crosbie, Patrick Pearson, Alan Manson
This made-for-TV film is a biographical account of the world-famous royal couple, Prince Charles (Roger Rees) and Princess Diana (Catherine Oxenberg), whose tumultuous relationship ended in divorce.
|The Flying Dutchman 2001 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
aka: Frozen in Fear
Director: Robin P. Murray
Cast: Eric Roberts, Catherine Oxenberg, Rod Steiger, Scott Plank, Joan Benedict, Ellina McCormick, Douglas Sebern, Barry Sigismondi, Renata Godfrey, Brendan Shanahan, Gabriel Clark, Christi Marsico
Talented and mute artist Sean (Eric Roberts) is haunted by the murder of his mother, which he witnessed as a child. Art dealer Lacy (Catherine Oxenberg) arrives in his small, Montana town to meet him after seeing one of his paintings. There are those who do not want outsiders around, but Lacy is infatuated with Sean and hangs around to find out more about him. Two women turn up missing followed by the kidnapping of Lacy and her assistant. The viewer will soon see Sean's inspiration for his art.
|The Lair of the White Worm 1988 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Ken Russell
Cast: Amanda Donohoe, Hugh Grant, Catherine Oxenberg, Peter Capaldi, Sammi Davis, Stratford Johns, Paul Brooke, Imogen Claire, Chris Pitt, Gina McKee, Christopher Gable, Lloyd Peters
Bram Stoker's last novel is adapted for film by Ken Russell who plays it just for fun. An archeologist digs up an odd-looking skull, which is followed by the premature return to town by the mysterious Lady Sylvia Marsh (Amanda Donohoe). A local legend tells of a giant worm-like creature that wreaked havoc in the area before it was killed by an ancient ancestor of Lord James D'Ampton (Hugh Grant)–who lives next door to Lady Sylvia. When the skull turns up missing and the townsfolk begin to disappear or act strangely, the indications are that the creature has returned.
|The Miracle of the Cards 2001 TV, 90 min.|
Director: Mark Griffiths
Cast: Catherine Oxenberg, Thomas Sangster, Richard Thomas, Peter Wingfield, Kirk Cameron, Duncan Fraser, Jeremy Guilbaut, Jennifer Carmichael, Sean Campbell, Michael Dobson, Karin Konoval, Chang Tseng
While eight-year-old Craig (Thomas Sangster) undergoes treatment for a brain tumor, the world response is miraculous–and the miracles continue.
|The Omega Code 1999 PG-13, 99 min.|
Director: Robert Marcarelli
Cast: Casper Van Dien, Michael York, Catherine Oxenberg, Michael Ironside, Jan Triska, Gregory Wagrowski, Devon Odessa, William Hootkins, Robert Ito, George Coe
Antichrist Stone Alexander (Michael York) attempts to rule the world and attain a "New World Order." Set in Rome, Los Angeles, and Jerusalem, this adventure comes with action-filled car chases. BUT, it still bombs out.
|The Time Shifters 1999 PG-13, 90 min.|
aka: Thrill Seekers
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Cast: Casper Van Dien, Catherine Bell, Theresa Saldana, Peter Outerbridge, Julian Richings, Lawrence Dane, Catherine Oxenberg, Mimi Kuzyk, James Allodi, Deborah Odell, Martin Sheen
While conducting research on disasters for a magazine article, over-the-hill reporter Tom Merrick (Casper Van Dien) notes that the same person is present at several disasters over the years. Things get even more bizarre when the same man is present on a plane that Tom is on, and Tom must step in to change history. Interesting concept.
|1. Boys Will Be Boys (1999)|
2. Charles and Diana: Unappily Ever After (1992)
3. The Flying Dutchman (2001)
aka: Frozen in Fear
4. The Lair of the White Worm (1988)
5. The Miracle of the Cards (2001)
6. The Omega Code (1999)
7. Overexposed (1990)
8. The Time Shifters (1999)
aka: Thrill Seekers
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