|Excess Baggage 1997 PG-13, 98 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Marco Brambilla
Cast: Alicia Silverstone, Benicio Del Toro, Christopher Walken, Jack Thompson, Harry Connick Jr., Nicholas Turturro, Sally Kirkland, Michael Bowen, Leland Orser, Robert Wisden, Hiro Kanagawa, Demetri Goritsas, Brendan Beiser, Danielle Saklofsky, Jorge Vargas
Hoping to get attention from her wealthy father Alexander Hope (Jack Thompson), Emily (Alicia Silverstone) stages her own kidnapping by hiding in the trunk of her BMW. A few minutes later, the car is stolen by professional car thief Vincent Roche (Benicio Del Toro) and his partner Greg (Harry Connick Jr.). Life takes a turn when Alexander refuses to pay the ransom and sends his aide Raymond (Christopher Walken) to track her down. Meanwhile, an emotional Emily falls in love with Vincent and his lifestyle.
|Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. 1996 TV, 101 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure
aka: Double Play
Director: Stefan Scaini
Cast: Jonathan Jackson, Jay Brazeau, Richard Lee Jackson, William Shatner, Don S. Davis, Katharine Isabelle, John Tench, Jed Rees, Mark Acheson, Sean Amsing, Howard Dell, Demetri Goritsas, Alan Robertson, David Kaye, Stephen E. Miller
Teenager, computer geek Rudy (Jonathan Jackson) is kidnapped just after he has been made CEO of Zenda, Inc., which is his recently deceased father's corporation. His greedy Uncle Michael (William Shatner) is responsible for the kidnapping, but when Oliver (also Jackson), who greatly resembles Rudy, is found, he comes to the rescue and pretends to be Rudy.
|1. Excess Baggage (1997)|
2. Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. (1996)
aka: Double Play
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