|Men 1997 R, 95 min.|
Director: Zoe Clarke-Williams
Cast: Sean Young, Dylan Walsh, John Heard, Richard Hillman, Karen Black, Beau Starr, Shawnee Smith, Glenn Shadix, Annie McEnroe, Shannon Conlon, Kenneth Moskow, Annie Fitzgerald, Keith Odett, Gary Wolf, Eric B. Jones
Stella (Sean Young) lives with her alcoholic ex-boyfriend Teo (Dylan Walsh) and spends her time picking up men for one-night stands. Desiring to become a chef, but happy in her adventures with men, she accepts her ex's offer of a one-way ticket to L.A. Once there, she gets a job as a chef, does well at it, but still likes to continue going through men. After falling for one, she starts thinking that perhaps it is time to settle down. But tragedy strikes. Sean Young is good in this otherwise weak effort.
|Telling You 1998 R, 90 min.|
Director: Robert DeFranco
Cast: Peter Facinelli, Dash Mihok, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Frank Medrano, Richard Libertini, Robert DeFranco, Matthew Lillard, Jennifer Jostyn, Gary Wolf, Rick Rossovich
Phil Fazzulo (Peter Facinelli) and Dennis Nolan (Dash Mihok) have come home from college to take dead-end jobs at a pizza parlor. They have a good time socializing, but find their lives going nowhere while their college friends seem to be moving up in the world.
|Whatever 1998 R, 112 min.|
Director: Susan Skoog
Cast: Liza Weil, Chad Morgan, Kathryn Rossetter, Frederic Forrest, Gary Wolf, Dan Montano, John G. Connolly, Marc Riffon, Tony Torn, Trey Compton
Drugs, alcohol, and sex confront high schoolers–Anna (Liza Weil) and Brenda (Chad Morgan)–as they follow a self-destructive path in this coming-of-age story about the passions and dangers present in the world of teens in the 1980s.
|1. Men (1997)|
2. Overnight Delivery (1996)
3. Telling You (1998)
4. Whatever (1998)
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