|1999 1998 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Nick Davis
Cast: Dan Futterman, Jennifer Garner, Matt McGrath, Buck Henry, Sandrine Holt, Amanda Peet, Steven Wright, Margaret Devine, Daniel Lapaine, Leonid Uscher, David Gelb, David Porter, Bray Poor, Zandy Hartig, Timothy Olyphant
In this dark comedy, a group of New Yorkers gather at Andrew Goldman's (Matt McGrath) Greenwich Village apartment on New Year's Eve to greet the year 2000. One of the guests, Rufus King (Dan Futterman), prepares to dump his girlfriend Annabell (Jennifer Garner) in favor of Nicole (Amanda Peet). As the evening progresses, Andrew fights with his father Harold (Buck Henry), and all the guests reflect on their own lives and what may lie ahead in the new millennium.
|Brokedown Palace 1999 PG-13, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Jonathan Kaplan
Cast: Claire Danes, Kate Beckinsale, Bill Pullman, Daniel Lapaine, Jacqueline Kim, Lou Diamond Phillips, Tom Amandes, Aimee Graham, John Doe, Kay Tong Lim, Beulah Quo, Henry O, Bahni Turpin, Amanda De Cadenet, Intira Jaroenpura
When teenage tourists–Alice Morano (Claire Danes) and Darlene Davis (Kate Beckinsale)–visiting Thailand are arrested for drug smuggling and sentenced to 33 years in prison, they call on an American expatriate lawyer, "Yankee Hank" (Bill Pullman), for help.
|Double Jeopardy 1999 R, 105 min.|
Director: Bruce Beresford
Cast: Tommy Lee Jones, Ashley Judd, Bruce Greenwood, Annabeth Gish, Roma Maffia, Davenia McFadden, Jay Brazeau, Gillian Barber, Daniel Lapaine, Spencer Treat Clark
Libby Parsons (Ashley Judd) is in prison wrongfully convicted of murder. The "victim" is her husband, Nick (Bruce Greenwood), who turns up alive and well while raising their son and living with Libby's friend, Angela (Annabeth Gish). When Libby uncovers the ploy, she plots her revenge–based on her belief that she can only be tried once for Nick's murder.
|The Journeyman 2001 R, 95 min.|
Director: James Crowley
Cast: Brad Hunt, Daniel Lapaine, Dash Mihok, Arie Verveen, Barry Corbin, Assumpta Serna, Burton Gilliam, John Beasley, Leon Singer, Willie Nelson, Christopher Dahlberg, Joe Stevens
Reminiscent of spaghetti Westerns, this violent tale is centered on two brothers who were separated at a young age when their father was killed by a gunman. One, the Morphinist (Brad Hunt), is a cold, ruthless, morphine-addicted killer. The other, the Journeyman (Daniel Lapaine), is a mysterious, silent man who is on Morphinist's trail.
|Last Chance Harvey 2008 PG-13, 92 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Joel Hopkins
Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Emma Thompson, Eileen Atkins, Liane Balaban, James Brolin, Kathy Baker, Richard Schiff, Tim Howard, Wendy Mae Brown, Jeremy Sheffield, Daniel Lapaine, Bronagh Gallagher, Patrick Baladi, Michael Landes, Adam James
After being told by his boss Marvin (Richard Schiff) that his job is in jeopardy, Harvey Shine (Dustin Hoffman) flies to France for his daughter Susan's (Liane Balaban) wedding. Before he leaves, Harvey promises Marvin that he will be back for a Monday morning meeting to discuss whatever possibilities he may have to retain his job as a jingle writer for TV commercials. Harvey arrives in France only to learn that Susan has chosen her stepfather Brian (James Brolin) to escort her down the aisle. Harvey leaves for the airport. He misses his flight, calls Marvin, and is told that he is fired. While consoling himself at the airport bar, Harvey meets Kate (Emma Thompson) who has her own problems but consoles Harvey, and he returns for the wedding reception where he offers a compassionate toast.
|Muriel's Wedding 1994 R, 105 min.|
Director: P.J. Hogan
Cast: Toni Collette, Daniel Lapaine, Sophie Lee, Rosiland Hammond, Belinda Jarrett, Pippa Grandison, Bill Hunter, Chris Haywood, Matt Day, Rachel Griffiths
Muriel dreams to the backdrop songs of ABBA. She dreams of weddings and having friends in this Australian comedy, so leaves home for Sydney with her friend.
|Polish Wedding 1998 PG-13, 105 min.|
Director: Theresa Connelly
Cast: Lena Olin, Gabriel Byrne, Claire Danes, Adam Trese, Mili Avital, Daniel Lapaine, Rade Serbedzija, Ramsey Krull, Steven Petrarca, Bryan Hoyt
Set in Detroit, during the early 1960s, this film attempts to show comedic insight into the daily lives of the Pzoniak family. Unfortunately, it misses its mark.
|1. 1999 (1998)|
2. Brokedown Palace (1999)
3. Double Jeopardy (1999)
4. The Journeyman (2001)
5. Last Chance Harvey (2008)
6. Muriel's Wedding (1994)
7. Polish Wedding (1998)
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