|Frozen Impact 2003 TV, 95 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Neil Kinsella
Cast: Ted McGinley, Linda Purl, Stacy Keach, Nicole Paggi, Myles Jeffrey, Leigh Allyn Baker, Bruce Perkins, Joshua J. Masters, Grainger Hines, Colleen Porch, Ann White, Kenneth Kimmins, Keith Robinson, Ben Feldman, John Lavelle
A fast-developing storm appears over Rutland, VT, dropping large hail, and a plane carrying a liver for a sick boy goes down in the mountains. The boy's father (Ted McGinley) braves the elements, finds the plane and liver, makes it through the storm, and now must deliver it, though the boy is trapped in ruins resulting from the storm. Whew! [2003 was a bad year for Rutland–the film "Killer Flood: The Day the Dam Broke" also occurred there.]
|My Best Friend Is a Vampire 1988 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Horror / Romance
Director: Jimmy Huston
Cast: Robert Sean Leonard, Evan Mirand, Cheryl Pollak, Rene Auberjonois, Fannie Flagg, David Warner, Kathy Bates, LeeAnne Locken, Cecilia Peck, Kenneth Kimmins, Michelle La Vigne, Harvey Christiansen, Paul Wilson, Erica Zeitlin, Gary Chason
After experiencing a vampire bite, Jeremy (Robert Sean Leonard) turns into a vampire, which presents unique problems for his parents (Kenneth Kimmins and Fanny Flagg) and his best friend, Ralph (Evan Mirand). Vampire hunters believe that Ralph is the vampire and want to kill him; however, with help from Professor Leopold McCarthy (David Warner), Jeremy saves Ralph and even ends up with a new girlfriend, Darla Blake (Cheryl Pollak).
|My Old Man 1979 TV, 102 min.|
Director: John Erman
Cast: Kristy McNichol, Warren Oates, Eileen Brennan, Joseph Maher, Jess Osuna, David Margulies, Howard E. Rollins Jr., Joseph Leon, Mark Arnold, Michael Jeter, Peter Maloney, Kenneth Kimmins
After 14 years of separation, teenager Jo (Kristy McNichol) and her horse-trainer dad, Frank (Warren Oates), reunite, select a horse, and enter it in a race. Things look good for father and daughter, but problems lie just around the corner.
|Shoot the Moon 1982 R, 123 min.|
Director: Alan Parker
Cast: Albert Finney, Diane Keaton, Karen Allen, Peter Weller, Dana Hill, Tracey Gold, George Murdock, Leora Dana, Irving Metzman, Robert Costanzo, Viveka Davis, Tina Yothers, Kenneth Kimmins, Michael Alldredge, David Landsberg
A marriage is falling apart, and the couple (Albert Finney and Diane Keaton) agrees to let the husband spend some time with his girlfriend (Karen Allen). This couple just cannot seem to get either marriage or themselves together.
|Stella 1990 PG-13, 109 min.|
Director: John Erman
Cast: Bette Midler, John Goodman, Trini Alvarado, Stephen Collins, Marsha Mason, Eileen Brennan, Linda Hart, Ben Stiller, William McNamara, Charles W. Gray, John Bell, Ashley Peldon, Alisan Porter, Kenneth Kimmins, Bob Gerchen
This is an update to Olive Higgins Prouty's novel "Stella Dallas," though it strays far afield from the book or earlier movie versions. As Stella's daughter matures, her single mother (Midler) decides it is time for the father to contribute financially to the daughter.
|1. Frozen Impact (2003)|
2. My Best Friend Is a Vampire (1988)
3. My Old Man (1979)
4. Shoot the Moon (1982)
5. Stella (1990)
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