|City of Angels 1998 PG-13, 115 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Drama / Romance
Director: Brad Silberling
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Meg Ryan, Dennis Franz, Andre Braugher, Joanna Merlin, Colm Feore, Robin Bartlett, Rhonda Dotson, Sarah Dampf, Hector Velasquez, Nigel Gibbs, Shishir Kurup, Jay Patterson, Wanda Christine, E.J. Callahan
When a patient is near death, an angel, Seth (Nicholas Cage), becomes visible and offers comfort. Seth is visiting a patient in a Los Angeles hospital when the patient dies. Seth meets the surgeon, Dr. Maggie Rice (Meg Ryan), and falls in love with her. Maggie is faced with a dilemma because she is already engaged to Jordan (Colm Feore) but has feelings for Seth who faces his own dilemma of remaining an angel or becoming human to spend the rest of his life with Maggie.
|Dish Dogs 1998 R, 95 min.|
Director: Robert Kubilos
Cast: Sean Astin, Matthew Lillard, Brian Dennehy, Maitland Ward, Shannon Elizabeth, Richard Moll, David Harris, Steven Martini, E.J. Callahan, Steve Franken
Two college grads hit the road–washing dishes to make enough money to keep going. Their quest: no responsibility, but philosophers of life. Then, at a wedding of a friend, each must contemplate his own way of life. No one really cares in this non-starter.
|Paris 2003 R, 98 min.|
Director: Ramin Niami
Cast: Chad Allen, Ling Bai, James Russo, Ron Jeremy, Biff Yeager, Nancye Ferguson, Belinda Waymouth, Jeni Chua, Irene Bedard, Raymond Ma, John Snyder, E.J. Callahan
L.A. cop Jason Bartok (Chad Allen) searches the seamy streets of L.A. and Las Vegas in search of Linda (Ling Bai) to deliver money that his corrupt partner, Leon (James Russo), took from a crime scene. He finds her and also finds love.
|Tuvalu 1999 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Veit Helmer
Cast: Denis Lavant, Chulpan Khamatova, Philippe Clay, Terrence Gillespie, E.J. Callahan, Djoko Rosic, Catalina Murgea, Todor Georgiev
When greedy Gregor (Terrence Gillespie) schemes to get his blind father's (Philippe Clay) bathhouse torn down, his actions threaten to bring his brother Anton's (Denis Lavant) world crushing down as well. Anton, who has cared for both the bathhouse and his father is faced with figuring out how to improve the ramshackle bathhouse and pool in order to keep the business. Silent, black and white film.
|1. City of Angels (1998)|
2. Dish Dogs (1998)
3. Paris (2003)
4. Tuvalu (1999)
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