|The Faculty 1998 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Mystery / Horror / Thriller
Director: Robert Rodriguez
Cast: Elijah Wood, Piper Laurie, Christopher McDonald, Bebe Neuwirth, Robert Patrick, Usher Raymond, Jon Stewart, Salma Hayek, Daniel von Bargen, Josh Hartnett, Jordana Brewster, Clea DuVall, Laura Harris, Famke Janssen, Shawn Hatosy
Is the faculty of Herrington, Ohio, High School from outer space? Well, yes, this town is the focus of an invasion from space and the faculty is the first victim. A group of courageous students attempt to save the world. Freely taken from other sci-fi/horror movies, it is still some fun.
|The Highwayman 1999 R, 90 min.|
Director: Keoni Waxman
Cast: Stephen McHattie, Jason Priestley, Louis Gossett Jr., Laura Harris, Bernie Coulson, Michael George, Callum Keith Rennie, Gordon Michael Woolvett
Ziggy (Laura Harris) wants adventure in her life, and to get money needed to accomplish her goal she helps two psychotic criminals–Panda (Bernie Coulson) and Breakfast (Jason Priestly)–rob a jewelry store. Then, with Ziggy's boyfriend (Gordon Woolvett) in tow, the quartet head to Toronto in search of Ziggy's long-lost father, Frank (Stephen McHattie). When they succeed in finding Frank, a whole new series of adventures begin.
|Just the Ticket 1999 R, 115 min.|
Director: Richard Wenk
Cast: Andy Garcia, Andie MacDowell, Richard Bradford, Andre B. Blake, Elizabeth Ashley, Patrick Breen, Fred Asparagus, Laura Harris, Ron Leibman, Chris Lemmon
Gary Starke (Andy Garcia) is part of the unglamorous world of scalpers always on the lookout for a big deal. He thinks he has found the chance of a lifetime: scalping tickets for the Pope's visit. Unfortunately, too many sub-plots bog down the storyline in this not-very-entertaining offering.
|The Manor 1999 N/R, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Mystery
Director: Ken Berris
Cast: Martin Dejdar, Greta Scacchi, Gabrielle Anwar, Peter O'Toole, Laura Harris, Edie McClurg, Fay Masterson, Mark Huntley, Robert Russell, Jiri Labus, Nicholas Bell, Jessica Hathaway
Ghosts haunt Ravenscroft Manor when Scotland Yard Inspector Thomas Hatcher (Martin Dejdar) arrives on the scene to look into the death of stable boy Patrick Roarke (Mark Huntley). In fact, the recently deceased Mr. Ravenscroft (Peter O'Toole) still drops by for "visits." During the investigation, Hatcher learns that Patrick had been having affairs with the lady of the manor Mrs. Ravenscroft (Greta Scacchi), her teenage daughter Gillian (Laura Harris), and the governess Charlotte (Gabrielle Anwar). Could jealousy have played any role in Patrick's murder?
|1. The Faculty (1998)|
2. The Highwayman (1999)
3. Just the Ticket (1999)
4. The Manor (1999)
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