|The Anniversary Party 2001 R, 115 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Alan Cumming, Jennifer Jason Leigh
Cast: Alan Cumming, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Kline, Phoebe Cates, Jane Adams, John C. Reilly, John Benjamin Hickey, Parker Posey, Denis O'Hare, Owen Kline, Greta Kline, Clara Demedrano, Norizzela Monterroso, Jennifer Beals
Joe and Sally Therrian (Alan Cumming and Jennifer Jason Leigh) have reunited after a year's separation–just in time for their sixth wedding anniversary. Friends are invited to their home and presents exchanged, but, when the drug Ecstasy is passed around, the party takes a dreadful turn.
|The Bone Collector 1999 R, 118 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Horror / Thriller
Director: Phillip Noyce
Cast: Denzel Washington, Angelina Jolie, Queen Latifah, Michael Rooker, Mike McGlone, Luis Guzman, Leland Orser, John Benjamin Hickey, Bobby Cannavale, Ed O'Neill, Gary Swanson, Frank Fontaine, Richard Zeman, Olivia Birkelund, James Bulleit
A serial killer is on the loose in New York City with a modus operandi of torturing first, killing next, and finally removing a bone from the victim to save as a souvenir. Lincoln Rhyme (Denzel Washington), a bedridden paraplegic, becomes interested in locating the killer and recruits Amelia Donaghy (Angelina Jolie) to help. Working against the clock–and Rhyme's seizures–the two cohorts set out on the trail of the brutal killer.
|Eddie 1996 PG-13, 88 min.|
Director: Steve Rash
Cast: Whoopi Goldberg, Frank Langella, Dennis Farina, Richard Jenkins, John "Spider" Salley, Malik Sealy, John Benjamin Hickey, Troy Beyer
Edwina "Eddie" Franklin (Whoopi Goldberg) is a dyed-in-the-wool New York Knicks fan who wins a contest and is rewarded with becoming the Knicks' new coach. The new manager, Wild Bill Burgess (Frank Langella), tapped her in a desperate attempt to boost the sagging attendance numbers.
|Finding North 1998 N/R, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Tanya Wexler
Cast: Wendy Makkena, John Benjamin Hickey, Jonathan Walker, Anne Bobby, Rebecca Creskoff, Angela Pietropinto, Freddie Roman, Molly McClure, Jay Michaelson, Yusef Bulos, Garrett Moran, Steven Jones, Lynn Metrik, Phyllis Cicero, Spiro Malas
Looking for love in all the wrong places, two down-and-out companions–Rhonda Portelli (Wendy Makkena) and Travis Furlong (John Benjamin Hickey)–travel to Texas where Travis' late lover, Bobby (Voice of Jonathan Walker) was raised. Rhonda slowly realizes that Travis is not going to be her "Knight in Shining Armor."
|Flags of Our Fathers 2006 R, 132 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
Director: Clint Eastwood
Cast: Ryan Phillippe, Adam Beach, Jesse Bradford, Jamie Bell, John Benjamin Hickey, Paul Walker, Neal McDonough, Ned Eisenberg, John Slattery, Barry Pepper, Joseph Cross, Robert Patrick, Melanie Lynskey, Thomas McCarthy, Judith Ivey
This story, which is built around the battle of Iwo Jima, cuts back and forth between the actual battle and the three surviving soldiers–John "Doc" Bradley (Ryan Phillippe), Rene Gagnon (Jesse Bradford), and Ira Hayes (Adam Beach)–of six who raised the flag depicted in the powerful picture taken by Joe Rosenthal (Ned Eisenberg). Rosenthal's picture was used to raise the spirits of a war-worn American public, and the soldiers were sent on a tour to sell war bonds. The story begins in the present when Bradley's son, James (Thomas McCarthy), interviews Rosenthal trying to get information on how the soldiers coped with the attention received from his photograph. Superb directing by Clint Eastwood. An Oscar was received for Best Sound Editing.
|Hamlet 2000 TV, 178 min.|
Director: Campbell Scott, Eric Simonson
Cast: Campbell Scott, Blair Brown, Roscoe Lee Browne, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Jamey Sheridan, Marcus Giamatti, John Benjamin Hickey, Michael Imperioli, Byron Jennings, Dan Moran, Denis O'Hare, Sam Robards, Roger Guenveur Smith, Bill Buell, David Debesse
This made-for-TV production of Shakespeare's tragedy of Hamlet (Campbell Scott) is based on co-director/star Campbell Scott's earlier theatrical production. It has been updated to late 19th century America and captures most of the bard's story about Hamlet's mother Gertrude (Blair Brown) marrying her brother-in-law Claudius (Jamey Sheridan) soon after Hamlet's father was murdered. His father's ghost (Byron Jennings) appears, tells Hamlet that Claudius killed him, and orders Hamlet to avenge his death. Hamlet fakes madness to avoid suspicion, and the murders and suicide begin–including those of Claudius, Gertrude, Polonius (Roscoe Lee Brown), and Polonius' daughter Ophelia (Lisa Gay Hamilton), and even Hamlet.
|Infamous 2006 R, 120 min.|
Director: Douglas McGrath
Cast: Toby Jones, Sandra Bullock, Daniel Craig, Sigourney Weaver, Hope Davis, Isabella Rossellini, Peter Bogdanovich, Jeff Daniels, Gwyneth Paltrow, Lee Pace, John Benjamin Hickey, Michael Panes, Juliet Stevenson
In 1959, after reading a newspaper article about the murders of a Kansas family of four, young writer Truman Capote (Toby Jones) and friend Harper Lee (Sandra Bullock) head for Kansas to investigate the case. After interviewing the killers–Dick Hickock (Lee Pace) and Perry Smith (Daniel Craig)–Capote forms a bond with Smith. Later, following the executions of Smith and Hickock, Capote is inspired to write "In Cold Blood."
|Only You 1994 PG, 108 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Norman Jewison
Cast: Marisa Tomei, Robert Downey Jr., Bonnie Hunt, Joaquim de Almeida, Fisher Stevens, Billy Zane, Adam LeFevre, Siobhan Fallon, Phyllis Newman, John Benjamin Hickey, Antonia Rey, Denise Du Maurier, Jessica Hertel, Tammy Minoff, Harry Barandes
When she was a child, Pittsburgh schoolteacher Faith Covatch (Marisa Tomei) was shown on a Ouija Board that she would marry a man named DAMON BRADLEY. Now, on the eve of her wedding to another, Faith takes a telephone call from a man named Damon Bradley (Robert Downey Jr.). In two seconds, Faith is off to Italy in search of her destiny, which includes Damon.
|The Seeker: The Dark is Rising 2007 PG, 99 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Fantasy
Director: David L. Cunningham
Cast: Alexander Ludwig, Christopher Eccleston, Ian McShane, Frances Conroy, James Cosmo, Jim Piddock, Amelia Warner, John Benjamin Hickey, Wendy Crewson, Emma Lockhart, Drew Tyler Bell, Gregory Smith, Geoff Bell, Edmund Entin, Gary Entin
Will Stanton (Alexander Ludwig) has been relegated to the attic of his parents' (John Benjamin Hickey and Wendy Crewson) home to provide space when one of his brothers (Gregory Smith) comes home from college. On his 14th birthday, Will learns that, as the seventh son of a seventh son, he is "The Seeker" and has the power to battle the Dark forces led by "The Rider" (Christopher Eccleston) and save the world. Will travels through time looking for six hidden signs providing the power of Light and the key to defeating the Dark forces.
|Then She Found Me 2008 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Helen Hunt
Cast: Helen Hunt, Colin Firth, Bette Midler, Matthew Broderick, Lynn Cohen, Ben Shenkman, John Benjamin Hickey, Salman Rushdie, Daisy Tahan, Tommy Nelson, Robert Lupone, Lillias White, Ben Shenkman, Mark Webber, John Ventimiglia
Thirty-nine-year-old schoolteacher April Epner (Helen Hunt) is suffering a midlife crisis: her husband Ben (Matthew Broderick) has walked out on their marriage, and her mother Trudy (Lynn Cohen) has just passed away. In the midst of her problems, her long-lost birth mother Bernice Graves (Bette Midler) appears on the scene attempting to reconcile with April. In her fragile emotional state, April begins a relationship with the single father (Colin Firth) of one of her students. Events take still another turn when April learns that she is pregnant. The father is Ben, and now he tries to woo her back.
|1. The Anniversary Party (2001)|
2. The Bone Collector (1999)
3. Eddie (1996)
4. Finding North (1998)
5. Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
6. Hamlet (2000)
7. Infamous (2006)
8. Love! Valour! Compassion! (1997)
9. Only You (1994)
10. The Seeker: The Dark is Rising (2007)
11. Then She Found Me (2008)
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