|Dinner Rush 2000 R, 98 min.|
Director: Bob Giraldi
Cast: Danny Aiello, Edoardo Ballerini, Vivian Wu, Mike McGlone, Kirk Acevedo, Sandra Bernhard, Summer Phoenix, Polly Draper, Jamie Harris, Mark Margolis
In this behind-the-scenes look at the dining scene, Louis Cropa (Danny Aiello) is a restaurant owner and bookie whose best friend has been killed by mobsters. Personalities include star-chef Udo Cropa (Edoardo Ballerini) and sous-chef Duncan (Kirk Acevedo)–both of them just happen to be involved with the restaurant's sexy hostess, Nicole (Vivian Wu).
|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).
|Made Men 1999 R, 90 min.|
Director: Louis Morneau
Cast: James Belushi, Michael Beach, Timothy Dalton, Steve Railsback, Carlton Wilborn, Vanessa Angel, Jamie Harris, David O'Donnell, Tim Kelleher, Oscar Rowland
Bill (James Belushi) and Debra (Vanessa Angel) are on the run after Bill makes off with $12 million from gangsters. He leads them to drug dealers which results in a shootout. And so it goes in this fair fare with lots of action and some laughs. A James Bond grad (Timothy Dalton) is the crooked sheriff.
|Marie Baie Des Anges 1997 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Drama
Director: Manuel Pradal
Cast: Vahina Giocante, Frederic Malgras, Amira Casar, Nicolas Welbers, Jamie Harris, Swan Carpio, David Kilnar, Andrew Clover, Roxane Mesquida, Aurelie Morardet
Set on the French Riviera, this is the story of street kids– 15-year-old Marie (Vahina Giocante) and a petty thief Orso (Frederic Malgras)–who, for a brief time, find each other and enjoy a life that rises above the level of their just-managing-to-survive existence.
|The Next Big Thing 2002 R, 87 min.|
Director: P.J. Posner
Cast: Chris Eigeman, Jamie Harris, Connie Britton, Mike Starr, Farley Granger, Marin Hinkle, Peter Giles, Dechen Thurman, John Seitz, Ileen Getz
Gus Bishop (Chris Eigeman) is a starving artist who is reinvented by a burglar (Jamie Harris) and turns into Geoffrey Buonardi. Buonardi comes complete with Bishop's paintings, and, more importantly, his made-up personal story is the vehicle that turns him into the art world's new popular star.
|The Prestige 2006 PG-13, 128 min.|
Genre: Drama / Fantasy / Thriller
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Piper Perabo, Rebecca Hall, Scarlett Johansson, Samantha Mahurin, David Bowie, Andy Serkis, Daniel Davis, Jim Piddock, Christopher Neame, Mark Ryan, Roger Rees, Jamie Harris
In the process of battling for trade secrets, London magicians Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) and Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) become fierce rivals who stop at nothing as they race down the path of self-destruction.
|Rick 2003 R, 100 min.|
Director: Curtiss Clayton
Cast: Bill Pullman, Aaron Stanford, Agnes Bruckner, Sandra Oh, Dylan Baker, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Marianne Hagan, Jerome Preston Bates, Jamie Harris, Paz de la Huerta, William Ryall, P.J. Brown
After being humiliated by middle-management boss Rick O'Lette (Bill Pullman) when she interviewed for a job, Michelle (Sandra Oh) places a curse on him. From that point on, Rick's life takes a turn as one problem after another looms in his path.
|1. Dinner Rush (2000)|
2. Fast Food, Fast Women (2000)
3. Made Men (1999)
4. Marie Baie Des Anges (1997)
5. The Next Big Thing (2002)
6. The Prestige (2006)
7. Rick (2003)
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