|Black Eagle 1988 PG-13, 93 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Eric Karson
Cast: Sho Kosugi, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Doran Clark, Bruce French, Vladimir Skomarovsky, William Bassett, Gene Davis, Kane Kosugi, Shane Kosugi, Jan Triska, Dorota Puzio, George Portelli, Alfred Mallia, Joe Quattromani, Victor Bartolo
An American military jet, a F-100, goes down in the Mediterranean, and the CIA sends an agent, Ken Tani (Sho Kosugi), to find missing secret equipment. Events heat up when the KGB also sends in an agent, Andrei (Jean-Claude Van Damme).
|Denial 1998 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
aka: Something About Sex
Director: Adam Rifkin
Cast: Jonathan Silverman, Leah Lail, Patrick Dempsey, Christine Taylor, Ryan Alosio, Amy Yasbeck, Jason Alexander, Charles Shaughnessy, Jessica Lundy, Angie Everhart, Adam Rifkin, Doran Clark, Hudson Leick, Richard Hillman, Shawnee Free Jones
This ensemble comedy begins at a dinner party when Art Witz (Jason Alexander) brings up the subject of infidelity. Among the guests are Isaac (Ryan Alosio) and Claudia (Amy Yasbeck) who have kept their affairs secret. Sophie (Leah Lail) is a medical student married to Joel (Jonathan Silverman), and she is having an affair. Meanwhile, Sammie (Christine Taylor) is pregnant and engaged to Sam (Patrick Dempsey), but he spends his free time enjoying pornography. The ensuing discussions/arguments on the subject lead to a shake-up in relationships of those at the party.
|Passport to Paris 1999 G, 87 min.|
Director: Alan Metter
Cast: Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, Peter White, Matt Winston, Yvonne Scio, Brocker Way, Ethan Peck, Francois Giroday, Matt McCoy, Doran Clark
When Melanie (Mary-Kate Olsen) and Ally (Ashley Olsen) head to Paris for a summer with their grandfather (Peter White), they learn quickly that their grandfather has plans to enlighten them with tours of museums, museums, and more museums. Chaperone Jeremy Bluff (Matt Winston) is no match for supermodel Brigitte (Yvonne Scio) whose idea of enlightenment for the girls is a giant shopping spree.
|Prototype 1983 TV, 100 min.|
Director: David Greene
Cast: Christopher Plummer, David Morse, Frances Sternhagen, Alley Mills, Arthur Hill, James Sutorius, Stephen Elliott, Doran Clark, Ed Call, Jonathan Estrin, Richard Kuss, Pat McNamara
Under contract to the government, scientist Carl Forrester (Christopher Plummer) builds an Android, Michael (David Morse), that successfully passes as human. When Carl finds out that Michael will be the first of an army of soldiers, he kidnaps Michael, and the chase is on. Made for TV.
|Splendor in the Grass 1981 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Cast: Melissa Gilbert, Cyril O'Reilly, Ned Beatty, Eva Marie Saint, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jim Youngs, Nicholas Pryor, Ally Sheedy, K Callan, Graham Jarvis, Todd Elliot, Macon McCalman, Richard McKenzie, Doran Clark, Toni Kalem
In Kansas during the 1920s, teenagers Deanie (Melissa Gilbert) and Bud (Cyril O'Reilly) are in love. Deanie comes from a middle-class family, and her mother (Eva Marie Saint) preaches to her about keeping her virginity to the point that Deanie is headed for a nervous breakdown. Bud's wealthy father Ace (Ned Beatty) wants him to go to Yale, but Bud wants to get married and settle down as a rancher. While the story is about class consciousness and the strict rules of sexuality during an earlier era, it provides enjoyable fare.
|Too Far to Go 1979 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Fielder Cook
Cast: Michael Moriarty, Blythe Danner, Kathryn Walker, Ken Kercheval, Josef Sommer, Glenn Close, Reed Birney, Doran Clark, Lori Loughlin, Adam Storke
Based on John Updike's tales, this adaptation was originally made for TV and features Michael Moriarty and Blythe Danner as Richard and Joan Maple whose marriage is disintegrating on a downward spiral. This film marks Glenn Close's film debut.
|1. Black Eagle (1988)|
2. Denial (1998)
aka: Something About Sex
3. Passport to Paris (1999)
4. Prototype (1983)
5. Splendor in the Grass (1981)
6. Too Far to Go (1979)
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