|Anywhere But Here 1999 PG-13, 114 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Wayne Wang
Cast: Susan Sarandon, Natalie Portman, Shawn Hatosy, Bonnie Bedelia, Hart Bochner, Eileen Ryan, Corbin Allred, Ray Baker, John Diehl, Faran Tahir, Shawn Hatosy, Shishir Kurup, Samantha Goldstein, Caroline Aaron, Bebe Drake
Adele (Susan Sarandon) decides to take her daughter Ann (Natalie Portman) and flee Wisconsin looking for an exciting life in Beverly Hills, California. Adele leaves her husband Ted (Ray Baker) behind, and the women leave in their Mercedes Benz on their adventure. They arrive in California where, away from the bonds of family, they must rely on each other–no matter how difficult that may be, and Adele constantly tries to convince Ann that they have made the right decision.
|Diamonds 1999 PG-13, 91 min.|
Director: John Asher
Cast: Kirk Douglas, Dan Aykroyd, Corbin Allred, Lauren Bacall, Kurt Fuller, Jenny McCarthy, Mariah O'Brien, June Chadwick, John Landis
A retired prizefighter, Harry Agensky (Kirk Douglas), is recovering from a stroke when he talks his son, Lance (Dan Aykroyd), and grandson Michael (Corbin Allred) into driving him to Reno in search of 13 diamonds Harry insists that he hid in a house many years ago.
|Saints and Soldiers 2003 PG-13, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Adventure
Director: Ryan Little
Cast: Corbin Allred, Peter Holden, Kirby Heyborne, Larry Bagby, Alexander Polinsky, Chris Clark, Curt Dousett, Ben Gourley, Lincoln Hoppe, Christian Lee, Ruby Chase O'Neil, Melinda Renee, Ethan Vincent, Jeff Birk, Curt Dousett
This film is based on a true story of U.S. soldiers in World War II who were trapped behind enemy lines following the Malmedy Massacre. In order to survive, they must endure the frigid cold while evading German troops. Even more crucial, they must find a way to sneak into the hands of Allied forces top secret information that could change the course of the war.
|1. Anywhere But Here (1999)|
2. Diamonds (1999)
3. Saints and Soldiers (2003)
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