|The Deep End of the Ocean 1999 PG-13, 108 min.|
Director: Ulu Grosbard
Cast: Michelle Pfeiffer, Treat Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, Jonathan Jackson, Ryan Merriman, John Kapelos, Michael McElroy, Cory Buck, Alexa Vega, Michael McGrady
Three-year-old Ben vanishes from a busy hotel lobby while his mother, Beth (Michelle Pfeiffer), is registering. In that moment when the distraught mother realizes her son is missing, Beth enters into the unfathomable world of those who have experienced this nightmare. Ben does reappear nine years later but now is the adopted son of George Karras (John Kapelos). With this discovery, two families must decide what is best for a young boy.
|Stonewall 1995 N/R, 98 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Nigel Finch
Cast: Guillermo Diaz, Frederick Weller, Brendan Corbalis, Duane Boutte, Bruce MacVittie, John Doman, Luis Guzman, Isaiah Washington, Dwight Ewell, Matthew Faber, Peter Ratray, Michael McElroy, Nicole Ari Parker, Jose Zuniga, John Ventimiglia
In 1969, patrons of the Stonewall bar in Greenwich Village decided to fight off police bashing, and that began the gay liberation movement. This docudrama recreates that era through the eyes of Matty Dean (Fred Weller). This is an interesting film that provides a contrast as well as a reminder of feelings about homosexuals–then and now.
|1. The Deep End of the Ocean (1999)|
2. Stonewall (1995)
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