|Afterglow 1997 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Alan Rudolph
Cast: Nick Nolte, Julie Christie, Lara Flynn Boyle, Jonny Lee Miller, Jay Underwood, Domini Blythe, Yves Corbeil, Alan Fawcett, France Castel, Claudia Besso, Michele-Barbara Pelletier, Genevieve Bissonnette, Ivan Smith, Ellen David, Don Jordan
Two couples–Phyllis (Julie Christie) and Lucky (Nick Nolte) and Marianne (Lara Flynn Boyle) and Jeffrey (Jonny Lee Miller)–are suffering because of unhappy marriages. When repair contractor Lucky arrives at Marianne and Jeffrey's apartment, Marianne becomes the object serviced. Meanwhile, Jeffrey finds comfort in Lucky's wife Phyllis who is only too happy to take on the mother role for Jeffrey. Julie Christie received a Best Actress Oscar nomination.
|The Last Kiss 2006 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance / Comedy
Director: Tony Goldwyn
Cast: Zach Braff, Jacinda Barrett, Casey Affleck, Rachel Bilson, Michael Weston, Blythe Danner, Tom Wilkinson, Marley Shelton, Lauren Lee Smith, Cindy Sampson, Eric Christian Olsen, Ellen David, Larry Day
In this remake of Gabriele Muccino's 2001 film, 30-year-old Michael (Zach Braff) walks out on his pregnant girlfriend Jenna (Jacinda Barrett) after he meets young Kim (Rachel Bilson). Meanwhile, Michael's friends Chris (Casey Affleck) and Kenny (Eric Christian Olsen) are also afraid of making commitments and growing up. Add to this Jenna's parents, Stephen and Anna (Tom Wilkinson and Blythe Danner) who have been married 30 years and are experiencing their own relationship problems. Will any of them grow up and make decisions that will improve their lives?
|Random Encounter 1998 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Douglas Jackson
Cast: Elizabeth Berkley, J.H. Wyman, Frank Schorpion, Barry Flatman, Frank Fontaine, Joanna Noyes, Mark Walker, Ellen David, Susan Glover, Mary Bradley, Alan Fawcett, Mark Camacho, Maxine Guess, Dean Patrick Fleming, Stephanie Bauder
Public relations executive Allie (Elizabeth Berkley) meets Kyle (J.H. Wyman) at a company party, goes home with him, and attempts to have sex. They are interrupted by a crazed woman, Madeleine (Mary Bradley), who attacks them with a knife. During the ensuing scuffle, Allie slays Madeleine. Kyle offers to help Allie in a cover-up, but there is more to Kyle than meets the eye: in fact, he is an ex-con who has set up Allie to kill Madeleine.
|Scent of Danger 2002 TV, 88 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
aka: Scent of Murder
Director: Peter Svatek
Cast: Sherilyn Fenn, Costas Mandylor, Emma Campbell, Bruce Dinsmore, James McGowan, Ellen David, Steve Adams, Alicia Ducasse, Cary Lawrence, Vlasta Vrana, Victoria Van Ryswyk, Genevieve Cocke, Kody McWilliams, Vincent Leclerc
Dog trainer Brenna Shaw (Sherilyn Fenn) also helps in search-and-rescue cases. She saves a young captive, Zoe Hendricks (Alicia Ducasse), of serial killer Gideon (James McGowan), and now the killer intends to make Brenna his next victim. Made for TV.
|Sweet Killing 1993 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Eddy Matalon
Cast: Anthony Higgins, F. Murray Abraham, Michael Ironside, Leslie Hope, Andrea Ferreol, Aron Tager, Kathleen Fee, Terry Haig, Ann Page, Robert Higden, Jamieson Boulanger, Ellen David, Maxine Guess
Middle-aged banker Adam Crosse (Anthony Higgins) plots to kill his wife, Louise (Andrea Ferreol), and succeeds. But, his alibi proves suspicious, and it doesn't take long before the police are hot in pursuit–determined to convict Adam on a murder charge.
|1. Afterglow (1997)|
2. The Last Kiss (2006)
3. Random Encounter (1998)
4. Scent of Danger (2002)
aka: Scent of Murder
5. Sweet Killing (1993)
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