|Beyond the Sea 2004 PG-13, 121 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical
Director: Kevin Spacey
Cast: Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, John Goodman, Bob Hoskins, Brenda Blethyn, Greta Scacchi, Caroline Aaron, Peter Cincotti, Michael Byrne, Matt Rippy, Gary Whelan, Jake Broder, William Ullrich, Tayfun Bademsoy, Tomas Spencer
The romance and marriage of singer Bobby Darin and actress Sandra Dee is the subject of this Kevin Spacey biopic in which Spacey does a good job of recreating Darin's vocal style. The story begins when seven-year-old Bobby (William Ulrich)–who is being raised in the home of his mother Polly (Brenda Blethyn), his sister Nina (Caroline Aaron), and Nina's husband Charlie (Bob Hoskins)–gets rheumatic fever, but, with their care, he survives. Later, Bobby (Spacey) works his way up in the entertainment world and becomes a star. He meets Sandra Dee (Kate Bosworth), and, despite her mother Mary's (Greta Scacchi) objections, they marry. All goes well–until conflicts of Sandra's acting career and Bobby's touring cause strains on their relationship.
|Boogeyman 3 2008 N/R, 94 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Gary Jones
Cast: Erin Cahill, Kate Maberly, Matt Rippy, Jayne Wisener, Mimi Michaels, Chuck Hittinger, Nikki Sanderson, W.B. Alexander, Elyes Gabel, George Maguire, Todd Jensen, Nikolai Sotirov, Vladimir Yossifov, Richie Mantaliev, Galina Talkington
After witnessing the alleged suicide of her roommate Audrey (Nikki Sanderson), college sophomore Sarah (Erin Cahill) reads the diary of Audrey's dad. The diary contains information about the Boogeyman, and she believes that he really does exist. Sarah talks her classmates into believing in the Boogeyman, and this gives him the strength to continue his evil deeds, and he starts killing off the classmates.
|1. Beyond the Sea (2004)|
2. Boogeyman 3 (2008)
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