|The Abyss 1989 R, 140 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi / Adventure / Thriller / Drama
Director: James Cameron
Cast: Ed Harris, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Michael Biehn, George Robert Klek, John Bedford Lloyd, Christopher Murphy, Adam Nelson, J.C. Quinn, Todd Graff, Chris Elliott, Leo Burmester, Kimberly Scott, Captain Kidd Brewer Jr., Dick Warlock, Jimmie Ray Weeks
Ex-husband and wife Virgil "Bud" and Lindsey Brigman (Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) who hate each other, a crew of engaging oil drillers, and some gung-ho Navy divers find themselves fighting for their lives in the deep ocean while on a mission for the Navy to disarm a missing nuclear submarine–and there's something out there, too. Well deserved Academy Award winner in 1989 for Best Special Effects.
|The Bourne Supremacy 2004 PG-13, 108 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Paul Greengrass
Cast: Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Brian Cox, Julia Stiles, Karl Urban, Gabriel Mann, Joan Allen, Marton Csokas, Tom Gallop, Karel Roden, John Bedford Lloyd, Ethan Sandler, Michelle Monaghan, Karel Roden, Tomas Arana
In this sequel to "The Bourne Identity," Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) is living in India where he has been in hiding with Marie (Franka Potente). When he learns that he has been framed for the murders of two CIA agents in Berlin, the chase is on as Bourne traverses Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, and Russia in search of the truth.
|Crossing Delancey 1988 PG, 97 min.|
Director: Joan Micklin
Cast: Amy Irving, Peter Riegert, Sylvia Miles, Reizl Bozyk, Jeroen Krabbe, Amy Wright, George Martin, Kathleen Wilhoite, John Bedford Lloyd, Rosemary Harris
A Jewish girl (Amy Irving) meets many interesting people through her job in a bookstore. Unfortunately, she believes the men she meets are attracted to her mind and not her beauty. A matchmaker sets her up with a man (Peter Riegert) who turns out to be perfect, but she doesn't appreciate him at first.
|Fair Game 1995 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: Andy Sipes
Cast: William Baldwin, Cindy Crawford, Steven Berkoff, Gustav Vintas, Christopher McDonald, Miguel Sandoval, Johann Carlo, Salma Hayek, John Bedford Lloyd, Olek Krupa, Jenette Goldstein, Marc Macaulay, Sonny Carl Davis, Frank Medrano, Don Yesso
During a divorce proceeding, family attorney Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford) tries to seize a freighter in lieu of alimony that has not been paid. The freighter happens to be the base for terrorist leader Kazak (Steven Berkoff), and he is not going to sit by and lose his operations locale. Assassins are now on Kate's trail, and Miami cop Max Kilpatric (William Baldwin) tries to protect her. Lots of chase scenes and gun battles ensue.
|Killer: A Journal of Murder 1996 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Tim Metcalfe
Cast: James Woods, Robert Sean Leonard, Ellen Greene, Cara Buono, Robert John Burke, Steve Forrest, John Bedford Lloyd, Harold Gould, Richard Riehle, Jeffrey DeMunn, Richard Council, Christopher Petrosino, Michael Jeffrey Woods, Conrad McLaren, Rob Locke Jones
Based on a true story and shown through flashbacks, this is the story of a friendship that developed between prison guard Henry Lesser (Robert Sean Leonard) and violent killer Carl Panzram (James Woods) during Panzram's incarceration at Leavenworth prison. Lesser is fascinated with Panzram and smuggles in writing materials for Panzram to write his life story. Lesser believes that Panzram's writing about himself will redeem him; however, it is too late, and Panzram's acts of violence continue.
|The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn 1999 PG, 87 min.|
Director: Gregg Champion
Cast: Sidney Poitier, Dianne Wiest, Mary-Louise Parker, George Newbern, Roxzane T. Mims, Afemo Omilami, Bernie Casey, Patty Mack, John Bedford Lloyd, Sharon Blackwood, Christopher Ryan Dunn, James Thomas Lee Knight, Tommy Cresswell, Donna Biscoe, Tommy Cresswell
Noah Dearborn (Sidney Poitier) is a 91-year-old carpenter who decides to stand and fight for his 35 acres of Georgia land despite plans of a developer to buy up the surrounding area. 1 User Review
|A beautiful film||Anonymous 08/14/2012 |
| This is a beautiful film about a man with values and wonderful manual skills as a carpenter who stands up for his rights amongst the greed and selfishness of individuals, big business and developers. Watch this film and you will really feel for Noah Dearborn (stunning performance by Sydney Poitier) and his predicament. If more people were like him then the world would be such a better place for everyone!|
|Super Troopers 2001 R, 103 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Mystery
Director: Jay Chandrasekhar
Cast: Brian Cox, Daniel von Bargen, Marisa Coughlan, Erik Stolhanske, Amy de Lucia, John Bedford Lloyd, Jay Chandrasekhar, Steve Lemme, Kevin Heffernan, Paul Soter, Jim Gaffigan, Aria Alpert, James Grace, Michael Weaver, Dan Fey
Stationed in a small town near the Canadian border, Vermont State Troopers Thorny (Jay Chandrasekhar), Mac (Steve Lemme), Foster (Paul Soter), and Rabbit (Eric Stolhanske) are aware that State budget cuts could mean the loss of their jobs. So, they latch onto clues in hopes of beating the local police in solving a drug smuggling case and, thus, saving their jobs.
|Sweet Lorraine 1987 PG-13, 91 min.|
Director: Steve Gomer
Cast: Maureen Stapleton, Trini Alvarado, Lee Richardson, John Bedford Lloyd, Freddie Roman, Giancarlo Esposito, Todd Graff, Edie Falco, Tamara Tunie, Evan Handler, Mindy Morgenstern, Boris Sichkin, Ben Lin, Marcell Rosenblatt, Donald Moore
The Lorraine is a hotel in the Catskills that is falling on hard times. Maureen Stapleton plays the owner, Lillian Garber, who must decide whether to sell out to developers or hang in there with her dreams for the hotel.
|Tough Guys Don't Dance 1987 R, 110 min.|
Director: Norman Mailer
Cast: Ryan O'Neal, Isabella Rossellini, Debra Sandlund, Wings Hauser, John Bedford Lloyd, Clarence Williams III, Lawrence Tierney, Frances Fisher, Penn Jillette, R. Patrick Sullivan
This movie takes place in a small coastal Massachusetts town where an ex-con wants to be a writer, but too many tough guys get in the way. Among the "toughies" are a porno star, a chief of police, and a neurotic Southern belle.
|Waiting for the Light 1990 PG, 94 min.|
Director: Christopher Monger
Cast: Teri Garr, Shirley MacLaine, Clancy Brown, Vincent Schiavelli, Jack McGee, John Bedford Lloyd, Hillary Wolf, Colin Baumgartner, Jeff McCracken, Bob Henry
This offbeat story is about Kay (Teri Garr) who inherits a small-town cafe and begins a new life with her children and strange Aunt Zena (Shirley MacLaine). When Zena and the kids play a practical joke on a neighbor, the event sets off a chain of events that results in people thinking a miracle has been performed. Soon, would-be believers flock into the town.
|Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps 2010 PG-13, 136 min.|
Director: Oliver Stone
Cast: Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf, Frank Angella, Carey Mulligan, Josh Brolin, Susan Sarandon, Eli Wallach, Austin Pendleton, John Bedford Lloyd, Vanessa Ferlito, John Buffalo Mailer, Jason Clarke, Christian Baha, Maria Bartiromo, Waltrudis Buck
This sequel to "Wall Street" (1987) is set in 2008 when the U.S. economy takes a sharp decline. Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) has just been released from prison after serving eight years for financial crimes and begins an alliance with Jake Moore (Shia LaBeouf) who is engaged to marry Gordon's estranged daughter Winnie (Carey Mulligan). Gordon is preparing to publish a book that he had written while in prison in which he takes revenge against Wall Street kingpin Bretton James (Josh Brolin), and Jake also wants revenge against James because he has taken over Jake's firm. Meanwhile, as Jake tries unsuccessfully to reunite Gordon and Winnie, Gordon's true colors begin to emerge.
|Winter Passing 2006 R, 98 min.|
Director: Adam Rapp
Cast: Ed Harris, Zooey Deschanel, Will Ferrell, Amy Madigan, Amelia Warner, Dallas Roberts, Robert Beitzel, Sam Bottoms, Deirdre O'Connell, Darrell Larson, John Bedford Lloyd, Mandy Siegfried, Mary Jo Deschanel
Reese Holden (Zooey Deschanel) returns home following a six-year absence after a literary agent (Amy Madigan) offers her $100,000 if she can convince her novelist father, Don Holden (Ed Harris), to release for publication love letters between him and his recently deceased wife, Reese's mother. Reese is surprised to find her ailing father living in the garage and his new friends–ex-grad student Shelly (Amelia Warner) and bodyguard/Christian rock singer Corbit (Will Ferrell) living in the house. Reese is shocked to find that she is the outsider in her childhood home. But there are secrets within those walls that Reese will soon learn.
|1. The Abyss (1989)|
2. The Bourne Supremacy (2004)
3. Crossing Delancey (1988)
4. Fair Game (1995)
5. Killer: A Journal of Murder (1996)
6. The Simple Life of Noah Dearborn (1999)
7. Super Troopers (2001)
8. Sweet Lorraine (1987)
9. Tough Guys Don't Dance (1987)
10. Waiting for the Light (1990)
11. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)
12. Winter Passing (2006)
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