|Duane Hopwood 2005 R, 83 min.|
Director: Matt Mulhern
Cast: David Schwimmer, Janeane Garofalo, Judah Friedlander, Susan Lynch, Dick Cavett, Steve Schirripa, Jerry Grayson, Bill Buell, John Krasinski, Ramya Pratt, Brian Tarantina, Irma St. Paule, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Lenny Venito
Duane Hopwood (David Schwimmer) has hit rock bottom. His wife, Linda (Janeane Garofalo), has filed for divorce after he was arrested for drunk driving, and now he has lost his job as pit boss at an Atlantic City casino. With help from friends–maintenance man Anthony (Judah Friedlander) and bartender Gina (Susan Lynch)–Duane does get his life back on track and regains his family. In the process, he learns about unconditional love and how to celebrate life.
|Errors, Freaks & Oddities 2002 N/R, 89 min.|
Director: Paul Battista
Cast: Jim Norton, Mike Marino, Terry Gillespie, Charlie Callas, Viola Harris, Peter Linari, Irma St. Paule, Glenn Wein, Mark Ellmore, Carmine Battista, Rozie Bacchi, Jessica Alexander
While drinking one night, postman Sol Solzberg (Charlie Callas) tells bartender Nicky (Mike Marino) that he has plans to steal valuable stamps from the post office. Soon after, Sol suffers a heart attack and dies, which signals Nicky to set out with his good friend Paul (Jim Norton) and a moronic group of accomplices to carry out the heist.
|Fast Food, Fast Women 2000 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Amos Kollek
Cast: Anna Levine, Jamie Harris, Louise Lasser, Robert Modica, Lonette McKee, Victor Argo, Angelica Torn, Austin Pendleton, Valerie Geffner, Mark Margolis, Sandrine Holt, Judith Roberts, Lynn Cohen, Salem Ludwig, Irma St. Paule
Amos Kollek presents a number of storylines about ordinary people trying to find love. Bella (Anna Levine) waitresses at a Manhattan diner, and during her off-hours she begins a very shaky relationship with a cab driver (Jamie Harris). Meanwhile, one of Bella's friends, Paul (Robert Modica), meets the widowed Emily (Louise Lasser), and another friend, Seymour (Victor Argo), is entranced by young Wanda (Valerie Geffner).
|Fear of Fiction 2000 N/R, 99 min.|
Director: Charlie Ahearn
Cast: Melissa Leo, Sam Trammell, David Wheir, Stephen Pearlman, Penn Jillette, Jay Devlin, Irma St. Paule, Linda Larkin, Anney Giobbe, Clark Johnson, Talmadge Lowe, Lee Bryant, Augusta Dabney, Reno, Patrick Brinker
Sigrid (Melissa Leo), who is trying to be a writer, links up with Red (Sam Trammell) to share a ride on a trip across Canada. Both, it turns out, have twin siblings, though Sigrid's sister had been killed in an accident. As the trip proceeds, the twin theme continues to come up as they visit Sigrid's old family cottage and run across Red's brother more than once.
|Fever 1999 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Alex Winter
Cast: Henry Thomas, David O'Hara, Teri Hatcher, Bill Duke, Sandor Tecsy, Irma St. Paule, Marisol Padilla Sanchez, Patricia Dunnock, Helen Hanft, Remak Ramsey, Alex Kilgore, Lisby Larson, Jon Tracy, Charles E. Gerber, Ken Comer
Struggling artist Nick Parker (Henry Thomas) has much to worry about: he is a suspect in his landlord's vicious murder. As if that was not enough, Nick now has come down with a fever that is causing hallucinations, which may represent real events.
|A Piece of Eden 2000 N/R, 106 min.|
Director: John D. Hancock
Cast: Marc Grapey, Rebecca Harrell, Tyne Daly, Frederic Forrest, Andreas Katsulas, Robert Breuler, Tristan Rogers, Irma St. Paule, Marshall Efron, Jeff Puckett
NYC press agent Bob Tredici (Marc Grapey) rushes back to visit his dying father (Andreas Katsulas). Upon arrival in Indiana, Bob learns that his father plans to leave the family fruit farm to cousin Gregory (Jeff Puckett) who comes complete with wife and children. Not to be outdone, Bob calls on his secretary, Happy Buchanan (Rebecca Harrell), to pose as his own wife and become part of his plan to gain ownership and revitalize the farm.
|Second Best 2004 R, 86 min.|
Director: Eric Weber
Cast: Joe Pantoliano, Boyd Gaines, Peter Gerety, Bronson Pinchot, Matthew Arkin, Jennifer Tilly, Stephen Bogardus, Barbara Barrie, Polly Draper, James Ryan, Damian Young, Irma St. Paule, Frank McCombs, Melody Pantoliano, Stephen Sable
Failed publishing executive Elliot Kelman (Joe Pantoliano) spends his time with his pathetic friends "Doc" Klingenstein (Bronson Pinchot), Gerald (Matthew Arkin), and George (Peter Gerety). Hoping to turn his life around, Elliot invites his best friend from college days, successful movie producer Richard (Boyd Gaines), to his home for a weekend visit. But, the reunion only serves to trigger those feelings of being "second best" for Elliot.
|Where the Money Is 2000 PG-13, 88 min.|
Director: Marek Kanievska
Cast: Paul Newman, Linda Fiorentino, Dermot Mulroney, Susan Barnes, Anne Pitoniak, Bruce MacVittie, Irma St. Paule, Michel Perron, Dorothy Gordon, Rita Tucket
Nurse Carol Ann McKay (Linda Fiorentino), married to Wayne (Dermot Mulroney), is semi-discontent with her life when she begins to suspect that the new geriatric patient–the legendary bank robber, Henry Manning (Paul Newman)–has been faking the extent of his stroke. Linda begins to make her own criminal plans; the question is: Is Henry really going to be able to help?
|1. Duane Hopwood (2005)|
2. Errors, Freaks & Oddities (2002)
3. Fast Food, Fast Women (2000)
4. Fear of Fiction (2000)
5. Fever (1999)
6. A Piece of Eden (2000)
7. Second Best (2004)
8. Where the Money Is (2000)
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