|18 Shades of Dust 1999 R, 95 min.|
Director: Danny Aiello III
Cast: Danny Aiello, William Forsythe, Ernest Mingione, Polly Draper, Leonardo Cimino, Michael Margotta, Vincent Pastore, Frank Pellegrino, Larry Romano, Raymond Serra, Jessica Di Cicco, Jerrod Bunch, Timilee Romolini, Tyree Michael Simpson, John Battista
An aging hit man, Vincent (Danny Aiello), is in trouble with the mob for (allegedly) ratting on the boss. So now, Tommy (William Forsythe), the hot-headed son of the boss, is after Vincent. But, Vincent was a hero of Tommy's as Tommy grew up. What's a person to do? Too long and philosophical. Directing debut of stuntman Danny Aiello III, Danny Aiello's son.
|Drive, He Said 1971 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Jack Nicholson
Cast: William Tepper, Karen Black, Michael Margotta, Bruce Dern, Robert Towne, Henry Jaglom, Cindy Williams, David Ogden Stiers, Douglas Ryan, Michael Warren, June Fairchild, Don Hanmer, Lynette Bernay, Bill Sweek, Joseph Walsh
The story is about the problems encountered by college basketball players as they travel to and from games in other cities. Hector (William Tepper) is the star player at his Ohio college and is having an affair with Olive (Karen Black) who is the wife of one of the professors. Hector's roommate Gabriel (Michael Margotta) is also on the team and is about to drop out of school. Gabriel is rebelling and involved in radical political causes in an effort to avoid being drafted and going to Viet Nam. This film is Jack Nicholson's directorial debut.
|Shadow on the Land 1968 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action / Adventure / Drama
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Cast: Jackie Cooper, John Forsythe, Gene Hackman, Carol Lynley, Marc Strange, Janice Rule, Michael Margotta, Bill Walker, Scott Thomas, Myron Healey, Mickey Sholdar, Frederic Downs, Jonathan Goldsmith, Sandy Kevin, Ronnie Eckstine
In the near future the U.S. is ruled by a tyrant who has created the Internal Security Force, which requires internal passports to travel around the country. But fear not–freedom-loving rebels, known as the Society of Man, are out to restore democracy, and Major Shepherd McCloud (Marc Strange) just might hold the solution.
|The Strawberry Statement 1970 R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Stuart Hagmann
Cast: Bruce Davison, Kim Darby, Bud Cort, Bob Balaban, Bert Remsen, Jeannie Berlin, James Coco, James Kunen, Carol Bagdasarian, David Dukes, Tom Foral, Murray MacLeod, Israel Horovitz, Michael Margotta, Jon Hill
This adaptation of James Kunen's book about Columbia University's riots in the 1960s involves students occupying a campus building to force the issue of their radical philosophy in that historic era. One student, Simon (Bruce Davison), is on the rowing team and stays clear of the unrest–until he looks into what is really going on and becomes a revolutionary leader.
|Wild in the Streets 1968 PG, 97 min.|
Genre: Drama / Sci-Fi / Horror
Director: Barry Shear
Cast: Shelley Winters, Christopher Jones, Diane Varsi, Hal Holbrook, Millie Perkins, Ed Begley, Richard Pryor, Bert Freed, Kevin Coughlin, Larry Bishop, Michael Margotta, Don Wyndham, Salli Sachse, May Ishihara, Kellie Flanagan
In this 1960s fantasy, pop singer/drug pusher Max Frost (Christopher Jones), the son of domineering mother Daphne (Shelley Winters), joins forces with Congressman Johnny Fergus (Hal Holbrook), and they employ trickery that results in 14-year-old children obtaining the vote. In a landslide election, Max is elected President of the United States, and now he wants to ship all adults to internment camps.
|1. 18 Shades of Dust (1999)|
2. Can She Bake a Cherry Pie? (1983)
3. Drive, He Said (1971)
4. Shadow on the Land (1968)
5. The Strawberry Statement (1970)
6. Wild in the Streets (1968)
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