|Alligator II: The Mutation 1991 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Comedy / Horror
Director: Jon Hess
Cast: Joseph Bologna, Dee Wallace, Richard Lynch, Woody Brown, Holly Gagnier, Steve Railsback, Brock Peters, Bill Daily, Tim Eyster, Voyo Goric, Julian Reyes, Buckley Norris, Bill Anderson, Deborah White, Harlan Arnold
This sequel is not as good as the original (as often is the case), but there is still some fun and (human) food available as two cops are out to get the giant alligator that feeds on lake-loving people.
|The Batman/Superman Movie 1998 TV, 64 min.|
Genre: Animation / Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Toshihiko Masuda
Cast: Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Dana Delany, Mark Hamill, Clancy Brown, Arleen Sorkin, Lisa Edelstein, Bob Hastings, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Joseph Bologna, Robert Costanzo, George Dzundza, Lauren Tom, Brad Garrett, Corey Burton
The Joker (voice of Mark Hamill) steals a valuable statuette containing Kryptonite and heads to Metropolis to make a deal with Lex Luther (voice of Clancy Brown) to kill Superman (voice of Tim Daly). Batman (voice of Kevin Conroy) is in pursuit and comes across Superman. After the two get over personality issues with each other, they team up to take care of the situation. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne meets and dates Lois Lane (voice of Dana Delany), which doesn't make Clark Kent happy. A fun animated film.
|The Big Bus 1976 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action
Director: James Frawley
Cast: Joseph Bologna, Stockard Channing, John Beck, Ned Beatty, Jose Ferrer, Larry Hagman, Sally Kellerman, Richard Mulligan, Lynn Redgrave, Rene Auberjonois, Bob Dishy, Ruth Gordon, Harold Gould, Stuart Margolin, Richard B. Shull
In this satire on disaster movies, a bus powered by nuclear energy and its riders encounter zany adventures on the inaugural journey.
|Big Daddy 1999 PG-13, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Dennis Dugan
Cast: Adam Sandler, Joey Lauren Adams, Jon Stewart, Cole & Dylan Sprouse, Josh Mostel, Leslie Mann, Allen Covert, Rob Schneider, Kristy Swanson, Joseph Bologna, Steve Buscemi, Peter Dante, Jonathan Loughran, Tim Herlihy, Edmund Lyndeck
Well-educated Sonny Koufax (Adam Sandler) has not taken advantage of employment opportunities, but fate steps in when a little boy, Julian (Cole and Dylan Sprouse), arrives at his apartment with a note claiming that Julian is the son of Sonny's old friend Kevin (Jon Stewart) who is in China. Sonny adopts Julian believing that this will help get his life on track and, as an indulgent dad, turns him into a spoiled kid who does whatever he wants. Then the REAL problems begin that culminate in a courtroom battle.
|Blame It on Rio 1984 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Stanley Donen
Cast: Michael Caine, Joseph Bologna, Valerie Harper, Demi Moore, Michelle Johnson, Jose Lewgoy, Lupe Gigliotti, Michael Menaugh, Tessy Callado, Ana Lucia Lima, Maria Helena Velasco, Zeni Pereira, Eduardo Conde, Betty von Wien, Nelson Dantas
Victor Lyons (Joseph Bologna) and his daughter Jennifer (Michelle Johnson) join Matthew Hollins (Michael Caine) and his daughter Nikki (Demi Moore) on a holiday in Rio de Janeiro. When Victor, who is going through a messy divorce from Karen (Valerie Harper), leaves to spend an evening enjoying the city's nightlife, Jennifer seduces Matthew, and a love affair begins between them. Matthew tries to keep knowledge of the affair from Victor, but big problems lie in wait. Amusing remake of the French movie, "One Wild Moment" (1977).
|The Boynton Beach Club 2005 N/R, 105 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Susan Seidelman
Cast: Joseph Bologna, Dyan Cannon, Len Cariou, Sally Kellerman, Michael Nouri, Brenda Vaccaro, Renee Taylor, Mal Z. Lawrence, Ashley Blackwell, Kim Ostrenko, Janice Hamilton, Irene B. Colletti, Barbara Pergament, Loli Rainey, George Schiavone
Harry (Joseph Bologna), Lois (Dyan Cannon), Jack (Len Cariou), Sandy (Sally Kellerman), Donald (Michael Nouri), and Marilyn (Brenda Vaccaro) have moved into an "Active Adult" community in Boynton Beach, Florida. They attend a support group for bereaved senior citizens and find themselves replaying the dating game.
|Chapter Two 1979 PG, 124 min.|
Director: Robert Moore
Cast: James Caan, Marsha Mason, Joseph Bologna, Valerie Harper, Judy Farrell, Alan Fudge
Based on Neil Simon's play, this is the story of writer George (James Caan) who falls in love with Jennie (Marsha Mason) after the death of his first life. Not to great, except Marsha Mason's performance, which won and Oscar nomination. 1 User Review
|Anonymous 08/31/2012 |
| I like this movie. Marsha's character is altruistic and good spirited, and instead of giving up, she fights for her relationship. How many ladies these days are as dedicated? It's a good example of friendship in a relationship and seeking the good of the two rather than living for oneself and what you can get out of it.|
|Citizen Cohn 1992 R, 112 min.|
Director: Frank Pierson
Cast: James Woods, Joe Don Baker, Joseph Bologna, Ed Flanders, Lee Grant, Frederic Forrest, Pat Hingle, John McMartin, Josef Sommer, Daniel Benzali
This made-for-HBO film tells the story of Roy Cohn (James Woods), Senator Joseph McCarthy's right-hand man and chief counsel during the 1950s. This was the time when McCarthy and Cohn promoted the "Red Scare" as they hunted down Communists. Cohn used this notoriety to his advantage in his career. Now, as he lies dying of AIDS, he reflects on his life.
|Copacabana 1985 TV, 98 min.|
Director: Waris Hussein
Cast: Barry Manilow, Annette O'Toole, Estelle Getty, James T. Callahan, Andra Akers, Silvana Gallardo, Joseph Bologna, Cliff Osmond, Dwier Brown, Ernie Sabella, Hamilton Camp
Based on Barry Manilow's song, this made-for-TV effort stars Manilow as a World War II veteran who tries to become a top songwriter while working at the Copacabana nightclub. Along the way he falls for Lola (Annette O'Toole), a dancer at the club. But tragedy strikes when the gangster-owner of the club gets involved.
|Coupe de Ville 1990 PG-13, 99 min.|
Director: Joe Roth
Cast: Patrick Dempsey, Arye Gross, Daniel Stern, Annabeth Gish, Rita Taggart, Joseph Bologna, Alan Arkin, James Gammon
Three estranged brothers (Patrick Dempsey, Arye Gross, and Daniel Stern) drive a vintage Coupe de Ville from Detroit to their mother's Florida home and reestablish relationships along the way. 2 User Reviews
|Great Sleeper Movie!||Movies 12/22/2009 |
| Great story about how three very different brothers, with the encouragement of their father, reunite for an unexpected cross country journey filled with many adventures. Filled with all the highs and lows brothers go through - fights, frustration, tension, romance, and on top of it all...lots of humor.|
|I loved this movie||nssracer 10/29/2009 |
| Would recomend this movie!|
|The Don's Analyst 1997 R, 103 min.|
aka: National Lampoon's The Don's Analyst
Director: David Jablin
Cast: Robert Loggia, Kevin Pollak, Sherilyn Fenn, Joseph Bologna, Angie Dickinson, Rick Aiello, Robert Cicchini, Lucy Webb, Howard Jerome, David Calderisi
In this made-for-TV spoof, another in a series of second-rate National Lampoon comedies, Godfather Don Vito Leone (Robert Loggia) is having all sorts of problems at home and "work." He decides to undergo psychoanalysis–a wrong decision.
|Honor Thy Father 1973 TV, 97 min.|
Director: Paul Wendkos
Cast: Joseph Bologna, Brenda Vaccaro, Raf Vallone, Marc Lawrence, Richard S. Castellano, Joe De Santis, Gilbert Green, Louis Zorich, Felice Orlandi, James Sloyan, Joseph Campanella, Carmine Caridi
Gay Talese's book about the Bonanno family of the Mafia and their participation in the internal fighting is the subject of this movie. Not bad.
|Ice Age: The Meltdown 2006 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Comedy / Adventure
Director: Carlos Saldanha
Cast: Ray Romano, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Seann William Scott, Josh Peck, Queen Latifah, Will Arnett, Jay Leno, Chris Wedge, Peter Ackerman, Caitlin Rose Anderson, Connor Anderson, Joseph Bologna
A new migration begins for Sid the Sloth (voice of John Leguizamo), Manny the Mammoth (voice of Ray Romano), and Diego the Saber-toothed Tiger (voice of Denis Leary) when a warming trend threatens to melt Earth's glaciers, and the blended herd works together as they leave their old stomping ground in the search for safety.
|Jersey Girl 1992 PG-13, 95 min.|
Director: David Burton Morris
Cast: Jami Gertz, Dylan McDermott, Sheryl Lee, Aida Turturro, Molly Price, Star Jasper, Joseph Mazzello, Joseph Bologna, Philip Casnoff, Pat Collins, Regina Taylor, Amy Sakasitz
A loud-mouth schoolteacher from New Jersey, Sal (Dylan McDermott), meets and gets Toby's (Jami Gertz) telephone number after causing him to crash his Mercedes. He is the man of her dreams: wealthy, good looking, sophisticated. When Toby doesn't call, Sal tracks him down. Romance blooms but is short-lived for two people from very different worlds.
|Love Is All There Is 1996 R, 104 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Joseph Bologna, Renee Taylor
Cast: Lainie Kazan, Joseph Bologna, Barbara Carrera, Renee Taylor, Paul Sorvino, Angelina Jolie, Nathaniel Marston, William Hickey, Dick Van Patten, Abe Vigoda, Connie Stevens, Joy Behar, Vera Lockwood, Sal Richards, Annie Meisels
The relationships of feuding families–rival caterers: Sadie and Mike Capomezzo (Lainie Kazan and Joseph Bologna) and Maria and Piero Malacici (Barbara Carrera and Paul Sorvino)–are thrown into a tailspin when their children (Angelina Jolie and Nathaniel Marston) fall in love while starring in their school production of "Romeo and Juliet." 1 User Review
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|Made for Each Other 1971 PG, 104 min.|
Director: Robert B. Bean
Cast: Renee Taylor, Joseph Bologna, Paul Sorvino, Olympia Dukakis, Helen Verbit, Louis Zorich, Norman Shelley, Adam Arkin, Ron Carey, Peggy Pope
Two dysfunctional people (Renee Taylor and Joseph Bologna) meet at their encounter session that begins an offbeat relationship that leads to marriage. Very funny. 1 User Review
|One of the funniest movies of the 70's||Tianello 08/12/2010 |
| I have been trying to find this movie for almost 40 years. My husband and I saw it in 1971 and thought it was hysterically funny. Bologna and Taylor, who are married in real life, play an Italian and a Jew, and there's a scene when he brings her home to meet his mother that is priceless. For some reason, it is not available on DVD or video, to my knowledge. I once caught the tail end of it on AMC. Haven't seen it since.|
|My Favorite Year 1982 PG, 92 min.|
Director: Richard Benjamin
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Jessica Harper, Lainie Kazan, Mark Linn-Baker, Joseph Bologna, Bill Macy, Anne DeSalvo, Basil Hoffman, Lou Jacobi, Cameron Mitchell
The year is 1952, and the TV show "The Comedy Cavalcade" is about to debut starring an aging film star. One of the show's young writers is given the job of watching over the film star and ensuring that he does not come into contact with any alcohol before showtime. This film gives an inside look at the pressures of those days when TV was "live" and anything could happen. Peter O'Toole was nominated for an Oscar. 1 User Review
|A fine comedy. 6 or 7 scenes are worth their weight in gold.||1fatts 03/12/2007 |
| Richard Benjamin's first directing job is surprisingly assured and successful. The apocryphal story is that when Mel Brooks was the junior writer on Sid Ceaser's Your Show of Shows, the reknowned actor, womanizer and drunk, Errol Flynn, was scheduled to be the week's guest, and Mel Brooks was assigned to babysit Flynn and make sure he showed up sober. Brooks claims it never happened and, in fact, that Flynn was never on the show. Who cares! It's a great premise anyway. Peter O'toole turns in another over-the-top performance as the Flynn character, here named "Allan Swan". Those of us old enough to remember Caeser in his hayday really appreciate the take that Joseph Bologna does on the character. The scene where the young writer, Stone nee Steinberg, takes the matinee idol home to Brookyn for dinner (His aunt shows up in her wedding gown; "I only wore it once" she says in a New York Yiddish accent.) is hard to over-appreciate.|
The movie lags here and there and ten or twelve minutes of tightening would have been to the good, but I'm quibbling. The cast shines; the writing is sharp; and the nod to "Your Show of Shows" brings warmth to those of us who remember when.
|Transylvania 6-5000 1985 PG, 94 min.|
Director: Rudy De Luca
Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Ed Begley Jr., Carol Kane, Joseph Bologna, Jeffrey Jones, Geena Davis, Norman Fell, John Byner, Michael Richards, Teresa Ganzel
A pair of reporters (Jeff Goldblum and Ed Begley Jr.) is sent to Transylvania to look into the rebirth of the Transylvania monster. This spoof isn't very funny–nor scarry.
|The Woman in Red 1984 PG-13, 87 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Gene Wilder
Cast: Gene Wilder, Kelly LeBrock, Gilda Radner, Joseph Bologna, Charles Grodin, Judith Ivey, Michael Huddleston, Kyle T. Heffner, Billy Beck, Michael Zorek, Kyra Stempel, Robin Ignico, Viola Kates Stimpson, Danny Wells, Buddy Silberman
Even a parking garage can be a place to meet someone of the opposite sex as advertising executive Teddy Pierce (Gene Wilder) discovers. The object of his obsessive interest is beautiful model Charlotte (Kelly LeBrock) who is wearing a red dress. The movie is filled with hilarious moments as the previously content, married Teddy tries to find ways for a tryst. Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called to Say I Love You" won an Oscar for Best Song.
|1. Alligator II: The Mutation (1991)|
2. The Batman/Superman Movie (1998)
3. The Big Bus (1976)
4. Big Daddy (1999)
5. Blame It on Rio (1984)
6. The Boynton Beach Club (2005)
7. Chapter Two (1979)
8. Citizen Cohn (1992)
9. Copacabana (1985)
10. Coupe de Ville (1990)
11. The Don's Analyst (1997)
aka: National Lampoon's The Don's Analyst
12. Honor Thy Father (1973)
13. Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006)
14. Jersey Girl (1992)
15. Love Is All There Is (1996)
16. Made for Each Other (1971)
17. My Favorite Year (1982)
18. Prime Target (1989)
19. Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)
20. The Woman in Red (1984)
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