|Blood: The Last Vampire 2009 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Action / Horror / Thriller
Director: Chris Nahon
Cast: Gianna Jun, Koyuki, Michael Byrne, Colin Salmon, Alison Miller, Masiela Lusha, JJ Feild, Liam Cunningam, Yasuaki Kurata, Andrew Pleavin, Larry Lamb, Constantine Gregory, Ailish O'Connor, Joey Anaya
In this live-action adaptation of the animated film, Blood: The Last Vampire (2000), half-vampire, half-human Saya (Gianna Jun) has been hunting demons and vampires for over 400 years. Now, the Council has sent Saya to a U.S. military base in Tokyo where she befriends a general's daughter, Alice McKee (Alison Miller), and battles the demon vampire Onigen (Koyuki).
|Centurion 2010 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama / Thriller
Director: Neil Marshall
Cast: Michael Fassbender, Dominic West, Olga Kurylenko, Noel Clarke, David Morrissey, JJ Feild, Axelle Carolyn, Andreas Wisniewski, Dave Legeno, Lee Ross, Simon Chadwick, Ulrich Thomsen, Ryan Atkinson, Paul Freeman, Jake Maskall
The Roman Empire in 117 A.D. is the setting for this film in which Centurion Quintus Dias (Michael Fassbender) joins General Titus Virilus (Dominic West) on a mission to kill the Pict leader Corlacon (Ulrich Thomsen) in northern Britain. Problems ensue when they are ambushed, and the Picts capture Virilus. Now, with the Pict warriors, led by Etain (Olga Kurylenko), in pursuit, Quintus and his Roman warriors try to rescue Virilus and reach safety.
|The Intended 2002 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: Kristian Levring
Cast: Janet McTeer, Olympia Dukakis, Brenda Fricker, Tony Maudsley, JJ Feild, David Bradley, Philip Jackson, Robert Pugh, John Matthew Lau, Thomas Goh, Michael J. Langgi
Set in the Malaysian jungle in 1924, this tale involves British surveyor Hamish Winslow (JJ Feild) and fiancee Sarah (Janet McTeer) who arrive at a trading post where they encounter the head of the post, the very strong-willed Mrs. Jones (Brenda Fricker) who opposes their lifestyle. She tries bullying Hamish, but that doesn't work, and life settles down–until Mrs. Jones' high-strung son, William (Tony Maudsley) becomes interested in Sarah.
|K-19: The Widowmaker 2002 PG-13, 138 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Kathryn Bigelow
Cast: Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson, Peter Sarsgaard, Christian Camargo, Ravil Isyanov, Michael Gladis, James Francis Ginty, JJ Feild, Donald Sumpter, John Shrapnel, Joss Ackland, Tim Woodward, Steve Nicolson, George Anton, Shawn Mathieson
On 4 July 1961, the Soviet Union's first nuclear submarine, K-19, is in trouble; a coolant tube has sprung a leak that most certainly could lead to its nuclear reactor overheating. K-19's Captain Alexei Vostrikov (Harrison Ford) makes decisions that upset the crew, while the submarine's previous commander, Captain Mikhail Polenin (Liam Neeson), who has been demoted to K-19's executive officer, resists tensions between the two and works with Vostrikov to save the ship and to solve a problem that could have worldwide repercussions. Based on a true story.
|Last Orders 2001 R, 109 min.|
Director: Fred Schepisi
Cast: Michael Caine, Tom Courtenay, David Hemmings, Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren, Ray Winstone, JJ Feild, Cameron Fitch, Nolan Hemmings, Anatol Yusef
Seventy years of Jack Dodd's (Michael Caine) life are remembered by his friends as they travel from London to a seaside resort to scatter Jack's ashes at sea. The journey brings out good as well as painful memories, which serve as a catalyst in bonding Jack's friends to each other.
|1. Blood: The Last Vampire (2009)|
2. Centurion (2010)
3. The Intended (2002)
4. K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)
5. Last Orders (2001)
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