|Eloise at the Plaza 2003 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Kevin Lima
Cast: Julie Andrews, Sofia Vassilieva, Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Baranski, Debra Monk, Jonas Chernick, Kenneth Welsh, Stephanie Mills, Gavin Creel, Jessica Beitchman, Sheree Smith, Eve Crawford
Based on Kay Thompson's "Eloise" books, this made-for-TV film (specifically, Disney's "Wonderful World of Disney") follows the escapades of Eloise (Sofia Vassilieva) in her Plaza Hotel home, while her nanny (Julie Andrews) attempts to keep up with the goings-on of Eloise and Eloise's dog and turtle.
|The Glow 2002 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Craig R. Baxley
Cast: Portia de Rossi, Dean Cain, Hal Linden, Dina Merrill, Grace Zabriskie, Joseph Campanella, Jonas Chernick, Nelson Tynes, Roberta Angelica, Sabrina Grdevich
It's hard to find an apartment in NYC, so when newlyweds Jackie and Matt (Portia de Rossi and Dean Cain) are offered a cheap apartment in an extremely nice building, they quickly accept the offer. The inhabitants are elderly people who are also health nuts and appear to be in great shape. When other younger couples residing in the complex disappear, it is certain that something is going on. Made for TV.
|Last Call 2002 TV, 96 min.|
Director: Henry Bromell
Cast: Jeremy Irons, Neve Campbell, Sissy Spacek, Natalie Radford, Shannon Lawson, Paul Hecht, Kathleen Munroe, Brian Paul, Marium Carvell, Jonas Chernick, Joe Bostick, Eve Crawford
F. Scott Fitzgerald's (Jeremy Irons) secretary, Frances Kroll (Neve Campbell), wrote his memoirs spanning the two years (1939-1940) when she worked for the noted novelist. By this time, Fitzgerald was an alcoholic whose life was made even more difficult with a mentally ill wife (Sissy Spacek)–although he had an affair with columnist Sheila Graham (Natalie Radford) during this time. Despite the secretary's best efforts to intercede, Fitzgerald died at a young age. Made for cable TV.
|Paid in Full 2002 R, 95 min.|
Director: Charles Stone III
Cast: Wood Harris, Mekhi Phifer, Esai Morales, Kevin Carroll, Cam'ron, Chi McBride, Elise Neal, Regina Hall, Jonas Chernick, Remo Greene
The rise and fall of Ace (Wood Harris) in the drug world of 1980s' Harlem is the subject of this well-acted film.
|The Pentagon Papers 2003 R, 100 min.|
Director: Rod Holcomb
Cast: James Spader, Claire Forlani, Paul Giamatti, Alan Arkin, Kenneth Welsh, Maria del Mar, Sean McCann, James Downing, Richard Fitzpatrick, Jonas Chernick, Amy Price-Francis, Aaron Ashmore
Hero or traitor? This made-for-TV film details events in the life of Daniel Ellsberg leading up to his 1971 release of the Pentagon Papers–1,000 pages of classified government documents–to the Washington Post and the NY Times newspapers. The information revealed how the public was misled in reports regarding success and failure during the Vietnam War.
|1. Eloise at the Plaza (2003)|
2. The Glow (2002)
3. Last Call (2002)
4. Paid in Full (2002)
5. The Pentagon Papers (2003)
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