|Alive 1993 R, 123 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Frank Marshall
Cast: Ethan Hawke, Vincent Spano, Josh Hamilton, Bruce Ramsay, John Newton, David Kriegel, Illeana Douglas, John Malkovich, Kevin Breznahan, Jack Noseworthy, Sam Behrens, Christian J. Meoli, Jake Carpenter, Danny Nucci, Michael DeLorenzo
Cannibalism is practiced by the Uruguayan rugby team when they fight for survival in the Andes Mountains following their airplane crash in October, 1972. Nando (Ethan Hawke) is one of the survivors, and he takes over the leadership role from team captain Antonio (Vincent Spano). During the two month ordeal, many die, and then the few survivors set off on a perilous trek over the Andes mountains in hopes of reaching civilization.
|Bongwater 1998 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Richard Sears
Cast: Luke Wilson, Alicia Witt, Amy Locane, Brittany Murphy, Jack Black, Andy Dick, Jeremy Sisto, Jamie Kennedy, Scott Caan, Patricia Wettig, Christian J. Meoli, George Kuchar, Michael Artura, Kyle Gass, Scott Anthony Ferguson
David (Luke Wilson) is a laid-back pot dealer with an itch to become an artist. Along comes Serena (Alicia Witt) who strives to push him into becoming the artist he wants to be. It's all about pot (and other drugs) and drug-filled romps in the hay.
|The Low Life 1995 R, 98 min.|
Director: George Hickenlooper
Cast: Rory Cochrane, Sean Astin, Kyra Sedgwick, Ron Livingston, Christian J. Meoli, Sara Melson, James LeGros, J.T. Walsh, Shawnee Smith, Antoni Corone, Angel Aviles, Mark Blum
Director George Hickenlooper uses this story–about self-centered Yale graduates living in L.A., working at mundane jobs, and drifting aimlessly–to make a point about the inability of some Ivy League graduates with everything going for them to make it in the real world.
|The Song of the Lark 2001 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Karen Arthur
Cast: Alison Elliott, Maximilian Schell, Tony Goldwyn, Norman Lloyd, Robert Floyd, Linda Carlson, Endre Hules, Nan Martin, Arliss Howard, Brooks Almy, Rod Loomis, Christian J. Meoli, Christine Ashe, Travis Kisgen, Jay Michael Ferguson
Growing up in a rural town in Colorado, Thea Kronborg (Alison Elliott) dreams of becoming an opera star. As a young adult, she follows her passion and moves to New York City. With help from others–including piano teacher Herr Wunsch (Maximilian Schell)–along the way, Thea manages to obtain her dream.
|1. Alive (1993)|
2. Bongwater (1998)
3. The Low Life (1995)
4. The Song of the Lark (2001)
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