|The Boy Who Could Fly 1986 PG, 120 min.|
Genre: Family / Fantasy Drama
Director: Nick Castle
Cast: Jay Underwood, Bonnie Bedelia, Fred Gwynne, Lucy Deakins, Fred Savage, Colleen Dewhurst, Janet MacLachlan, Jason Priestley, Jennifer Michas, Mindy Cohn, Michelle Bardeaux, Aura Pithart, Cameron Bancroft, Chris Arnold, Sean Kelso
Following the tragic death of his parents, autistic Eric (Jay Underwood) lives with alcoholic Uncle Hugo Gibb (Fred Gwynne) and retreats into a world of dreams where he can fly. Young Millie Michaelson (Lucy Deakins), with family problems of her own, befriends him and together they realize that dreams can come true. Good movie for kids.
|The Seduction of Joe Tynan 1979 R, 107 min.|
Director: Jerry Schatzberg
Cast: Alan Alda, Barbara Harris, Meryl Streep, Rip Torn, Melvyn Douglas, Charles Kimbrough, Carrie Nye, Michael Higgins, Blanche Baker, Dan Hedaya, Chris Arnold, Maureen Aneerman, Robert Christian, Maurice Copeland, Lu Elrod
Senator Joe Tynan (Alan Alda) fights for moral issues in the U.S. Congress. However, his moral actions do not extend to his personal life when he has an affair with Karen Traynor (Meryl Streep)–a certain threat to his marriage to Ellie (Barbara Harris). 1 User Review
|happy 05/26/2009 |
| love the fresh ideas of yesterday in this raw world of today|
it was refreshinng and yet the message of love romance and guilt was stil there and the funny expirerinces was reallly a tickler
most movie critics are to harsh ,Most movies for a step back from reality and not always have to a express realism and movie ingeneral are us just to clear minds to get back of today's rat race.
|1. The Boy Who Could Fly (1986)|
2. The Seduction of Joe Tynan (1979)
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