|Beethoven's 3rd 2000 G, 99 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy
Director: David M. Evans
Cast: Judge Reinhold, Julia Sweeney, Joe Pichler, Greg Pitts, Michaela Gallo, James Marsh, Mike Ciccolini, Danielle Keaton, Frank Gorshin, Holly Mitchell, Mark Carlton, Dana Lee, Big Nate Kanae, Dean Wayton, Scott Evans
In this third of the "Beethoven" films (this one was direct to video), Charles Grodin declined the offer to repeat his role as the Newton family patriarch. The plot involves the Newton family reunion for which the father, Richard (Judge Reinhold), rents an RV. Just as they are ready to leave for California, the Newtons get a surprise: Beethoven will be joining them.
|Office Space 1999 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Mike Judge
Cast: Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston, David Herman, Ajay Naidu, Diedrich Bader, Stephen Root, Gary Cole, Richard Riehle, Alexandra Wentworth, John C. McGinley, Joe Bays, Paul Wilson, Todd Duffey, Greg Pitts, Kinna McInroe
In this satire on the corporate world, white-collar workers at Initech hate their jobs but put up with insufferable management mandates. Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) is near a breakdown when his girlfriend, Anne (Alexandra Wentworth), suggests a hypnotherapist for help. But under hypnosis, the hypnotist dies–leaving Peter in a perpetually relaxed state, which brings about major changes: he drops Anne, dates beautiful waitress Joanne (Jennifer Aniston), and determines to talk his coworkers into joining him in getting back at the greedy Initech boss.
|Panic 2000 R, 88 min.|
Director: Henry Bromell
Cast: William H. Macy, John Ritter, Neve Campbell, Donald Sutherland, Tracey Ullman, Barbara Bain, David Dorfman, Miguel Sandoval, Nicholle Tom, Greg Pitts
Alex (William H. Macy) is a mild-mannered family man who, unbeknownst to his wife (Tracey Ullman), has been performing hit man duties for years under his father's (Donald Sutherland) orders. Now, Alex wants to quit, but neither his mother (Barbara Bain) nor his father will let him off the hook. To make matters worse, Alex's psychiatrist, Josh Parks (John Ritter), is next on the hit list. As if that's not bad enough, Alex appears headed for a disastrous affair with 24-year-old Sarah (Neve Campbell).
|Witness Protection 1999 R, 101 min.|
Director: Richard Pearce
Cast: Tom Sizemore, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Shawn Hatosy, Forest Whitaker, Skye McCole Bartusiak, William Sadler, Jim Metzler, Greg Pitts, Leon Russom, Joanna Merlin, Harrison Young, Daniel Zacapa, Greg Lipari, Randy Thompson, Byron Minns
After a failed assassination attempt on his life, South Boston mobster Bobby "Bats" Batton (Tom Sizemore) applies for the Federal Witness Relocation Program. This means that he, his wife Cindy (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio), and children Sean and Suzie (Shawn Hatosy and Skye McCole Bartusiak) must assume new identities and move to Seattle. They realize very quickly that those things are easier said than done.
|1. Beethoven's 3rd (2000)|
2. Office Space (1999)
3. Panic (2000)
4. Witness Protection (1999)
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