|Changing Habits 1997 R, 95 min.|
Director: Lynn Roth
Cast: Moira Kelly, Christopher Lloyd, Dylan Walsh, Eileen Brennan, Teri Garr, Shelley Duvall, Anne Haney, Frances Bay, Taylor Negron, Jennifer Aspen
Deciding to get away from home and her father (Christopher Lloyd), who she blames for her mother's suicide, Soosh (Moira Kelly) fends for herself, shoplifting as necessary, and moves into a convent. She starts a painting on the basement walls of the convent, which the Mother Superior thinks may save the convent. But when she is caught by the shop owner shoplifting painting supplies, she agrees to date the owner and avoid prosecution. And so it continues in this serio-comedy.
|Chaplin 1992 PG-13, 144 min.|
Director: Richard Attenborough
Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Geraldine Chaplin, Anthony Hopkins, Paul Rhys, Dan Aykroyd, Marisa Tomei, Penelope Ann Miller, Kevin Kline, Diane Lane, James Woods, John Thaw, Moira Kelly, Maria Pitillo, Milla Jovovich, Kevin Dunn
Screen pioneer Charlie Chaplin (Robert Downey Jr.) discusses events of his life with his editor George Hayden (Anthony Hopkins) concerning his professional as well as his controversial personal life–as covered in Chaplin's autobiography. Through flashbacks, Chaplin's childhood in London, his vaudeville days, many marriages, and accusations of anti-American sentiments are told in this enjoyable film, which features Chaplin's real-life daughter Geraldine in the role of his mentally ill mother Hannah.
|The Cutting Edge 1992 PG, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Paul Michael Glaser
Cast: D.B. Sweeney, Moira Kelly, Roy Dotrice, Terry O'Quinn, Dwier Brown, Chris Benson, Kevin Peeks, Barry Flatman, Rachelle Ottley, Steve Sears
Spoiled, rich Kate (Moira Kelly) has just failed to win in pairs skating at the Olympics–due largely to her poor attitude. Now it's time to find another partner; but this proves difficult until her coach brings in an ex-Olympic hockey player (D.B. Sweeney). As they prepare for another Olympics, love blooms in this "old-fashioned" romantic comedy.
|Dangerous Beauty 1998 R, 112 min.|
Director: Marshall Herskovitz
Cast: Catherine McCormack, Rufus Sewell, Jacqueline Bisset, Oliver Platt, Moira Kelly, Fred Ward, Naomi Watts, Jeroen Krabbe, Joanna Cassidy, Jake Weber
Set in 16th-century Venice, amidst the turmoil of the Inquisition, this is the story of a courtesan, Veronica Franco (Catherine McCormack), who works her way into the aristocratic world by bedding members of the ruling class–even to the point of influencing King Henry's (Jake Weber) decision to supply ships to fend off the Turkish fleet.
|Hi-Life 1998 R, 90 min.|
Director: Roger Hedden
Cast: Campbell Scott, Eric Stoltz, Daryl Hannah, Charles Durning, Katrin Cartlidge, Moira Kelly, Peter Riegert, Anne DeSalvo, Saundra Santiago, Bruce MacVittie
It's Christmastime, and Ray (Campbell Scott) runs a bar in New York where the usual group is gathered spreading the cheer. Meanwhile, Jimmy (Eric Stoltz) is in debt to Fatty (Charles Durning), and Jimmy needs a way to pay it off–fast. So, maybe the unpopular Jimmy can get his girlfriend (who happens to be the sister of Ray) to get the cash from Ray.
|The Lion King 1994 G, 87 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure / Musical
Director: Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff
Cast: Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones, Jeremy Irons, Moira Kelly, Niketa Calamed, Rowan Atkinson, Robert Guillaume, Whoopi Goldberg, Cheech Marin
This is Disney at its best, and this film is sure to become a classic. Simba is a lion cub driven away from his family, but he returns when grown to win his place on the African plains. The song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" won an Academy Award. The musical score also won an Oscar and two other songs ("Hakuna Matata" and "Circle of Life") were nominated. Songs are by Elton John and Tim Rice.
|The Lion King 1 1/2 2004 G, 77 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Comedy / Adventure
Director: Bradley Raymond
Cast: Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Julie Kavner, Jerry Stiller, Matthew Broderick, Robert Guillaume, Moira Kelly, Whoopi Goldberg, Cheech Marin, Jim Cummings, Edward Hibbert, Jason Rudofsky, Matt Weinberg, Jeff Bennett
When Timon (voice of Nathan Lane) and Pumbaa (voice of Ernie Sabella) watch the original "Lion King," they are upset that they were not seen in the first half of the story. So, they decide to put a new spin on the original film and offer a new perspective on the tale by putting themselves at the center of the action. In the process, Timon and Pumbaa narrate and interact with the original movie.
|The Lion King II: Simba's Pride 1998 G, 75 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure / Musical
Director: Darrell Rooney, Rob LaDuca
Cast: Matthew Broderick, Moira Kelly, James Earl Jones, Nathan Lane, Suzanne Pleshette, Ernie Sabella, Andy Dick, Neve Campbell, Jason Marsden, Robert Guillaume
This sequel begins where "The Lion King" left off. Simba's mischievous daughter is being groomed to take her place in the pride-land, but she often has other ideas.
|Little Odessa 1994 R, 98 min.|
Director: James Gray
Cast: Tim Roth, Edward Furlong, Maximilian Schell, Vanessa Redgrave, Moira Kelly, Paul(2) Guilfoyle, Natalya Andreichenko, David Vadim, Mina Bern, David Ross
Russian Mafiosi hit man Joshua Shapira (Tim Roth) visits his Russian area in Brooklyn. Apparently the only who is happy to see him is his younger brother, Reuben (Ed Furlong). This is not so surprising as Shapira appears to have no respect for human life as he guns down an old man. Disturbing, but some will be more moved by it than others will.
|Love Walked In 1998 R, 91 min.|
Director: Juan Jose Campanella
Cast: Denis Leary, Aitana Sanchez-Gijon, Terence Stamp, Michael Badalucco, Gene Canfield, Marj Dusay, Moira Kelly, Neal Huff, Danny Nucci, J.K. Simmons
Down-and-out lounge singers, Vicky (Aitana Sanchez-Gijon) and Jack (Denis Leary), grab at straws when Jack's friend Eddie (Michael Badahicco) offers them roles in a blackmail plot that may get them out of poverty.
|The Safety of Objects 2001 R, 121 min.|
Director: Rose Troche
Cast: Glenn Close, Dermot Mulroney, Jessica Campbell, Patricia Clarkson, Joshua Jackson, Moira Kelly, Robert Klein, Timothy Olyphant, Mary Kay Place, Kristen Stewart, Alex House, Charlotte Arnold, Andrew Airlie, Stephanie Mills, Angela Vint
The interrelated stories of neighboring families, each with its own separate problems, are told in this adaptation of A.M. Homes' book of short stories. Aspiring musician Paul Gold (Joshua Jackson) lies in a coma following a car accident, and Paul's mother, Esther (Glenn Close), ignores his sister Julie (Jessica Campbell) while spending all of her time with Paul. Julie finds a way to get attention and enters Esther in a contest at the mall. In another story, Esther's neighbor Annette Jennings (Patricia Clarkson) is a divorcee who had dated Paul and is now in a panic because her daughter, Sam (Kirsten Stewart), is missing, and she suspects that her ex-husband has taken her to Mexico. Meanwhile, Esther's new neighbor, Jim Train (Dermot Mulroney), is a lawyer who decides to come to Esther's aid and ignores his wife, Susan (Moira Kelly), and spends his time at the mall trying to cheer up Esther.
|The Tie That Binds 1995 R, 98 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Wesley Strick
Cast: Daryl Hannah, Keith Carradine, Vincent Spano, Moira Kelly, Julia Devin, Ray Reinhardt, Barbara Tarbuck, Ned Vaughn, Kerrie Cullen, Bob Minor
After a messed-up robbery attempt, the parents (Daryl Hannah and Keith Carradine) lose custody of their six-year-old daughter, Janie (Julia Devin). Although she is then adopted by a loving couple (Vincent Spano and Moira Kelly), Janie is caught between her love for her biological parents and those who offer her a normal life. Trash.
|Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me 1992 R, 135 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Mystery / Fantasy / Thriller
Director: David Lynch
Cast: Sheryl Lee, Ray Wise, Kyle MacLachlan, Dana Ashbrook, David Bowie, Harry Dean Stanton, Kiefer Sutherland, James Marshall, Grace Zabriskie, Pamela Gidley, David Lynch, Peggy Lipton, Moira Kelly, Miguel Ferrer, Heather Graham
This film was followed by the TV series and told of the events that would later haunt the characters in the series. Laura's (Sheryl Lee) last days are spent with her boyfriend James Hurley (James Marshall) and her best friend Donna Hayward (Moira Kelly). At night, however, drug-addicted Laura hangs out with dope dealer Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook). When Laura's father, Leland (Ray Wise), learns of Laura's double life he goes into a fit of rage, which ends in tragedy for Laura and her friends.
|Unhook the Stars 1996 R, 103 min.|
Director: Nick Cassavetes
Cast: Gena Rowlands, Marisa Tomei, Gerard Depardieu, Moira Kelly, Jake Lloyd, David Thornton, David Sherrill, Tom Proctor
Nick Cassavetes directs his own mother, Gina Rowlands, in the role of a mother approaching a turning point in her life. When her son asks her to move to San Francisco, she is not sure she wants the change of lifestyle.
|1. Changing Habits (1997)|
2. Chaplin (1992)
3. The Cutting Edge (1992)
4. Dangerous Beauty (1998)
5. Hi-Life (1998)
6. The Lion King (1994)
7. The Lion King 1 1/2 (2004)
8. The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (1998)
9. Little Odessa (1994)
10. Love Walked In (1998)
11. The Safety of Objects (2001)
12. The Tie That Binds (1995)
13. Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
14. Unhook the Stars (1996)
15. With Honors (1994)
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