|The Bourne Ultimatum 2007 PG-13, 111 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Paul Greengrass
Cast: Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, David Strathairn, Scott Glenn, Paddy Considine, Edgar Ramirez, Joan Allen, Albert Finney, Tom Gallop, Corey Johnson, Daniel Bruhl, Joey Ansah, Colin Stinton
Matt Damon is back as ex-assassin Jason Bourne in this third episode of Robert Ludlum's tale. Suffering from amnesia, trained assassin Bourne leaves Moscow on a quest to put together the puzzle pieces that will lead to his identity and past. A London newspaper article written by Simon Ross (Paddy Considine) offers a ray of light into Bourne's true identity, and Bourne contacts Ross. This begins the trek back during which Bourne connects again with CIA agent Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) who comes to his aid. But, CIA agent Noah Vosen (David Strathairn), who heads the covert Blackbriar wing, wants to cover all tracks and orders Bourne's assassination. And the deadly cat and mouse game continues–culminating in the Big Apple with Vosen directing the bloody action using a surveillance-camera system. The film received three Academy Awards: Best Film Editing, Sound Editing and Sound Mixing
|The Contract 2006 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Bruce Beresford
Cast: John Cusack, Morgan Freeman, Jamie Anderson, Alice Krige, Megan Dodds, Ned Bellamy, William Tapley, Mircea Monroe, Jonathan Hyde, Rich Cowan, Corey Johnson, Thomas Lockyer
While grieving over the death of his wife, Ray Keene (John Cusack) takes a hike in the woods with his young son Chris (Jamie Anderson). During their trek, they run into handcuffed assassin Frank Cardin (Morgan Freeman) who has escaped from the FBI. Ray takes Cardin into custody and attempts to turn him in–only to be pursued in the wilderness by Cardin's team of assassins.
|Hellboy 2004 PG-13, 132 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Cast: Ron Perlman, John Hurt, Selma Blair, Rupert Evans, Jeffrey Tambor, Karel Roden, Corey Johnson, Doug Jones, Biddy Hodson, David Hyde Pierce, Angus MacInnes, Brian Caspe, Brian Steele, Ladislav Beran, Kevin Trainor
During World War II, the Nazis conjured up a red-skinned devil baby. U.S. soldiers rescued him, named him Hellboy, and Professor Bruttenholm (John Hurt) took him under his wing. Flash ahead in time; seven-feet-tall Hellboy (Ron Perlman) is now a muscular, cigar-chomping spewer of one-liners who sports a red tail. Although he doesn't fit the typical description of an agent, the FBI uses him as their special weapon to protect the U.S. against supernatural powers.
|The Innocent 1993 R, 119 min.|
Director: John Schlesinger
Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Isabella Rossellini, Campbell Scott, Hart Bochner, Ronald Nitschke, James Grant, Jeremy Sinden, Richard Durden, Corey Johnson, Richard Good, Meret Becker, Matthew Burton
On a spying mission to Berlin during the Cold War, Leonard Markham (Campbell Scott) is assigned to the command of American agent Bob Glass (Anthony Hopkins). Bob shows Leonard the town but becomes concerned when a naive Leonard falls for a mysterious seductress, Maria (Isabella Rossellini), who Bob suspects has ulterior motives in the relationship.
|The Mummy 1999 PG-13, 120 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Horror / Comedy / Fantasy / Thriller
Director: Stephen Sommers
Cast: Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Kevin J. O'Connor, Jonathan Hyde, Oded Fehr, Erick Avari, Omid Djalili, Aharon Ipale, Bernard Fox, Stephen Dunham, Corey Johnson, Tuc Watkins, Patricia Velasquez
Evelyn (Rachel Weisz) and Jonathan (John Hannah) set off on an archeological dig in search of Egypt's "City of the Dead" and convince Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) to lead them. They find the city but, in the process, revive Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo) who plans to take over the world–after sacrificing Evelyn.
|Second Nature 2003 TV, 90 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Ben Bolt
Cast: Alec Baldwin, Powers Boothe, Louise Lombard, Philip Jackson, Cosima Shaw, Leigh Zimmerman, Michele Austin, Pip Torrens, Daisy Donovan, Kurtis O'Brien, Corey Johnson, Clive Mantle, Courtney Rowan, Cornelia Winter, David Forrester
Paul Kane (Alec Baldwin), the only survivor of a plane crash that took the lives of his family, tries to remember his life before the crash. He finally determines that he was an assassin for the government. When he cannot perform his past duties, he becomes the hunted as he tries to figure out his past, including the tattoo–"Chilly Willy"–on his inner lip.
|A Sound of Thunder 2005 PG-13, 110 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Adventure / Action
Director: Peter Hyams
Cast: Edward Burns, Catherine McCormack, Ben Kingsley, Jemima Rooper, David Ovelowo, Wilfried Hochholdinger, August Zimmer, Corey Johnson, Heike Makatsch, Andrew Blanchard, Armin Rohde, Alvin Van Der Kuech, William Armstrong, Nikita Lespinasse, Scott Bellefeville
Hired by entrepreneur Charles Hatton (Ben Kingsley), time traveling scientist Travis Ryer (Edward Burns) escorts rich clients to prehistoric eras in Illinois searching for dinosaurs. On this trip, a butterfly is killed, and that action sets off a chain reaction. Now, the future is not what it was. But Ryder enlists the aid of time machine designer Dr. Sonia Rand (Catherine McCormack) to take another trip back in time to replace the butterfly and put history back in order.
|1. The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)|
2. The Contract (2006)
3. Hellboy (2004)
4. The Innocent (1993)
5. The Mummy (1999)
6. Second Nature (2003)
7. A Sound of Thunder (2005)
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