|Caddyshack II 1988 PG, 98 min.|
Director: Allan Arkush
Cast: Jackie Mason, Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, Dyan Cannon, Robert Stack, Dina Merrill, Randy Quaid, Jessica Lundy, Jonathan Silverman, Brian McNamara, Marsha Warfield, Paul Bartel, Chynna Phillips, Pepe Serna
Eight years after the original "Caddyshack," the sequel appears with Jackie Mason in the role of millionaire contractor Jack Hartounian. Jack's daughter Kate (Jessica Lundy) wants to join upper-crust Bushwood Country Club whose members can't stand Jack. A solution is found by Jack when he buys the majority of Bushwood's stock and turns the country club into an amusement park featuring golf. The confrontation between Jack and the members is finally solved through a golf match.
|Denial 1998 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
aka: Something About Sex
Director: Adam Rifkin
Cast: Jonathan Silverman, Leah Lail, Patrick Dempsey, Christine Taylor, Ryan Alosio, Amy Yasbeck, Jason Alexander, Charles Shaughnessy, Jessica Lundy, Angie Everhart, Adam Rifkin, Doran Clark, Hudson Leick, Richard Hillman, Shawnee Free Jones
This ensemble comedy begins at a dinner party when Art Witz (Jason Alexander) brings up the subject of infidelity. Among the guests are Isaac (Ryan Alosio) and Claudia (Amy Yasbeck) who have kept their affairs secret. Sophie (Leah Lail) is a medical student married to Joel (Jonathan Silverman), and she is having an affair. Meanwhile, Sammie (Christine Taylor) is pregnant and engaged to Sam (Patrick Dempsey), but he spends his free time enjoying pornography. The ensuing discussions/arguments on the subject lead to a shake-up in relationships of those at the party.
|Just a Little Harmless Sex 1999 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Rick Rosenthal
Cast: Alison Eastwood, Robert Mailhouse, William Ragsdale, Jonathan Silverman, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Jessica Lundy, Lauren Hutton, Rachel Hunter, Tito Larriva, Michael Ontkean
When her husband Alan (Robert Mailhouse) is caught with a hooker, Laura (Alison Eastwood) throws him out and seeks consolation from her friends Terrianne (Jessica Lundy) and Allison (Kimberly Williams-Paisley). Meanwhile, Alan seeks refuge with his pals Danny (Jonathan Silverman) and Brent (William Ragsdale). Let the gender games begin!
|Rocket Man 1997 PG, 93 min.|
Director: Stuart Gillard
Cast: Harland Williams, Jessica Lundy, William Sadler, Jeffrey DeMunn, James Pickens Jr., Beau Bridges, Shelley Duvall, Gailard Sartain, Don Lake, Peter Onorati
A computer nerd, Fred Randall (Harland Williams), gets the chance of his dreams when he is given the assignment of being an astronaut heading to Mars.
|Single White Female 1992 R, 107 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Barbet Schroeder
Cast: Bridget Fonda, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Steven Weber, Peter Friedman, Stephen Tobolowsky, Frances Bay, Kenneth Tobey, Jessica Lundy, Renee Estevez, Kenneth Tobey, Michele Farr, Tara Karsian, Christiana Capetillo, Tiffany/Krystle Mataras, Amelia Campbell
When Allison Jones (Bridget Fonda) breaks off with her fiance Sam (Steven Weber), she advertises in the classifieds for a new roommate, and ends up with the roommate from Hell: Hedra Carlson (Jennifer Jason Leigh). Hedra becomes jealous when Sam reenters Allison's life, and her behavior causes Allison to investigate. She discovers that Hedra is homicidal and has plans to end Allison's life.
|The Stupids 1996 PG, 94 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Adventure
Director: John Landis
Cast: Tom Arnold, Jessica Lundy, Bug Hall, Alex McKenna, Mark Metcalf, Matt Keeslar, Christopher Lee, Bob Keeshan, Scott Kraft, Carol Ng, Victor Ertmanis, Earl Williams, George Chiang, Max Landis, Arthur Eng
The Stupids are America's dumbest family, and their father, Stanley (Tom Arnold), becomes involved with aliens, terrorists, AND Captain Kangaroo (Bob Keeshan).
|Vampire's Kiss 1989 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Horror / Comedy
Director: Robert Bierman
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Jennifer Beals, Maria Conchita Alonso, Elizabeth Ashley, Kasi Lemmons, Jessica Lundy, Bob Lujan, Michael Knowles, John Michael Higgins, Jodie Markell, Johnny Walker, Boris Leskin, David Hyde Pierce, Marc Coppola
A Manhattan literary agent Peter Lowe (Nicolas Cage) behaves in a neurotic manner and takes out his frustration on his secretary Alva (Jennifer Beals). Then, one night, he is sure he has been bitten by a vampire and that he will become one, also. Are the events imagined, or is Peter really becoming a vampire? Cage's performance helped make this film a cult classic.
|1. Caddyshack II (1988)|
2. Denial (1998)
aka: Something About Sex
3. Just a Little Harmless Sex (1999)
4. Rocket Man (1997)
5. Single White Female (1992)
6. The Stupids (1996)
7. Vampire's Kiss (1989)
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