|City Heat 1984 PG, 98 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Actiion / Adventure
Director: Richard Benjamin
Cast: Burt Reynolds, Clint Eastwood, Jane Alexander, Rip Torn, Madeline Kahn, Irene Cara, Tony Lo Bianco, Richard Roundtree, William Sanderson, Robert Davi, Nicholas Worth, John Hancock, Jude Farese, Jack Thibeau, Gerald S. O'Loughlin
After his partner is killed, private eye Mike Murphy (Burt Reynolds) reluctantly teams up with a detective, Lieutenant Speer (Clint Eastwood), to pursue gangsters Primo Pitt (Rip Torn) and Leon Coll (Tony Lo Bianco). Murphy and Speer were once good friends, but now they do not trust each other. Despite having a few disputes, as they work together on the case, they respect each other's abilities and become friends once again. Story and screenwriting by Blake Edwards.
|Crime of the Century 1996 PG-13, 114 min.|
Director: Mark Rydell
Cast: Stephen Rea, Isabella Rossellini, David Paymer, Barry Primus, Bert Remsen, J.T. Walsh, Michael Moriarty, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Mickey Knox, Allen Garfield
In 1932 famed aviator Charles Lindberg's 14-month-old son was kidnapped and killed. The subsequent police investigation is the focus of this film, which shows the pressure placed on investigators to find the kidnapper.
|Desperate Characters 1971 R, 87 min.|
Director: Frank D. Gilroy
Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Kenneth Mars, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Sada Thompson, Jack Somack, Chris Gampel, Mary Alan Hokanson, Carol Kane, Patrick McVey, Michael Higgins, Robert Bauer, Michael McAloney, Rose Gregorio, Elena Karam
This plot involves 48 hours in the life of a childless couple Sophie and Otto Brentwood (Shirley Maclaine and Kenneth Mars), during 1971, as they realize they and their neighbors no longer feel safe in their Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. During a party given by their friends Mike and Flo (Chris Gampel and Mary Alan Hokanson), a rock crashes through the window. And, this is only one of the disturbing dangers intruding on their lives in the city.
|In Cold Blood 1967 N/R, 134 min.|
Director: Richard Brooks
Cast: Robert Blake, Scott Wilson, John Forsythe, Jeff Corey, Paul Stewart, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, John Gallaudet, James Flavin, Charles McGraw, Will Geer, John McLiam, Ruth Storey, Vaughn Taylor, Brenda Currin, Paul Hough
This film is the adaptation of Truman Capote's account of the true story about two Kansas killers Perry Smith and Richard "Dick" Hickock (Robert Blake and Scott Wilson). The script traces the events from the planning through the execution of the murder, and on to the final hanging of the killers. John Forsythe plays detective Alvin Dewey who breaks the case. A great film.
|The Organization 1971 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Don Medford
Cast: Sidney Poitier, Barbara McNair, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Fred Beir, Allen Garfield, Raul Julia, Ron O'Neal, Sheree North, Bernie Hamilton, Max Gail
Sidney Poitier takes on the role of "Heat of the Night's" homicide Lieutenant Virgil Tibbs for the third time in this final film in the series. This time around, cops are combating an illegal narcotics syndicate.
|Quicksilver 1986 PG, 106 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Thomas Michael Donnelly
Cast: Kevin Bacon, Jami Gertz, Paul Rodriquez, Rudy Ramos, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Laurence Fishburne, Andrew Smith, Louie Anderson, Charles McCaughan, David Harris, Whitney Kershaw, Joshua Shelley, Georgann Johnson, Nelson Vails, Lou Dinos
Using his unique talent for investing on Wall Street, young Jack Casey (Kevin Bacon) invests and loses it all in a moment of genius which, unfortunately, fails. The story tells about life on the streets in San Francisco.
|The Valachi Papers 1972 PG, 123 min.|
Director: Terence Young
Cast: Charles Bronson, Lino Ventura, Jill Ireland, Walter Chiari, Joseph Wiseman, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, Amedeo Nazzari, Fausto Tozzi
Based on Peter Mass's bestseller, this is the story of 30 years of the notorious Cosa Nostra's organized crime reign in the United States. 2 User Reviews
|one of the best truthful movies done||bob 01/20/2013 |
|This was the type of movie Mr. Broson was born to act.||movieinterpeter 12/28/2010 |
| This is a FOUR STAR movie hands down. It begins to draw you in right from the,very, beginning and keeps you interested even during the parts that tend to drag. By the end of the movie you will find yourself routing for Bronson himself right up to the tragic, final, scene in the holding cell.|
|1. City Heat (1984)|
2. Crime of the Century (1996)
3. Desperate Characters (1971)
4. A Hatful of Rain (1957)
5. In Cold Blood (1967)
6. The Organization (1971)
7. Quicksilver (1986)
8. Riot (1969)
9. The Valachi Papers (1972)
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