|Conspiracy of Silence 2003 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: John Deery
Cast: Jonathan Forbes, Hugh Bonneville, Brenda Fricker, Jason Barry, John Lynch, Jim Norton, Sean McGinley, Hugh Quarshie, Harry Towb, James Ellis, Niall O'Brien, Paudge Behan
Celibacy in the Catholic Church and the cover-ups that seem to go along with it is the subject of this story about journalist David Foley (Jason Barry) who sets out to uncover the truth behind HIV-positive priest Father Sweeney's (Patrick Casey) suicide.
|Gorky Park 1983 R, 127 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Michael Apted
Cast: William Hurt, Lee Marvin, Joanna Pacula, Ian Bannen, Brian Dennehy, Michael Elphick, Richard Griffiths, Alexander Knox, Ian McDiarmid, Rikki Fulton, Alexei Sayle, Patrick Field, Niall O'Brien, Henry Woolf, Tusse Silberg
Three brutal murders have taken place in Moscow's Gorky Park, and Police Inspector Renko (William Hurt) has been assigned to the case. Renko uncovers a plot involving KGB agents, the government, and a cynical American businessman, Jack Osborne (Lee Marvin). The trail leads to New York where Renko gets help from American cop William Kirwill (Brian Dennehy) in finding the reasons behind the killings.
|Half Moon Street 1986 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Bob Swaim
Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Michael Caine, Patrick Kavanagh, Ram John Holder, Niall O'Brien, Nadim Sawalha, Angus MacInnes, Keith Buckley, Faith Kent, Ann Hanson, Patrick Newman, Vincent Lindon, Muriel Villiers, Michael Elwyn, Ninka Scott
While stationed in London, American government employee Dr. Lauren Slaughter (Sigourney Weaver) decides to increase her income by performing as an "escort service" in her spare time. All goes well until she meets Lord Sam Bulbeck (Michael Caine), and they form a bond. Unbeknownst to Lauren, she becomes a pawn in Lord Bulbeck's dealings with a powerful group of wealthy Arabs when wealthy sheik Karim Hatami (Nadim Sawalha) showers her with attention and gifts.
|King Ralph 1991 PG, 97 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: David S. Ward
Cast: John Goodman, Peter O'Toole, John Hurt, Camille Coduri, Richard Griffiths, Leslie Phillips, James Villiers, Joely Richardson, Niall O'Brien, Julian Glover, Judy Parfitt, Ed Stobart, Gedren Heller, Rudolph Walker, Michael Johnson
Las Vegas lounge singer Ralph's (John Goodman) life takes a major turn when a search reveals that he is the only heir to the English throne after the entire British royal family is accidentally wiped out. Can Willingham (Peter O'Toole) school him in the ways of royalty?
|The Legend of 1900 1998 R, 124 min.|
Director: Giuseppe Tornatore
Cast: Tim Roth, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Melanie Thierry, Clarence Williams III, Bill Nunn, Peter Vaughan, Niall O'Brien, Alberto Vasquez, Cory Buck, Easton Gage
The Virginian is an ocean liner on which a worker finds an abandoned baby on 1 January 1900; he keeps the baby and names him Novecento/Nineteen Hundred. Nineteen Hundred (Tim Roth) grows to adulthood aboard the ship and becomes a fine musician–according to Max (Pruitt Taylor Vince), who tells the story. Now, as the ship is scheduled for destruction by explosives, Nineteen Hundred must make one final decision: stay aboard or start a new life ashore.
|Lovespell 1981 N/R, 90 min.|
aka: Tristan and Isolde
Director: Tom Donovan
Cast: Nicholas Clay, Kate Mulgrew, Richard Burton, Niall O'Brien, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Cyril Cusack, Diana Van der Vlis, Kathryn Dowling, Niall Toibin, Trudy Hayes
During a trip to Ireland, King Mark of Cornwall (Richard Burton) falls in with Isolde (Kate Mulgrew), and, after returning home, he sends his nephew Tristan (Nicholas Clay) to Isolde with a marriage proposal. On the trip back to Cornwall, Tristan and Isolde fall in love, and Isolde gives Tristan a magic potion that will bind the lovers together forever. Even Isolde's marriage to King Mark will not dissolve the bond.
|The Outsider 1980 R, 128 min.|
Director: Tony Luraschi
Cast: Craig Wasson, Patricia Quinn, Sterling Hayden, Niall Toibin, Elizabeth Begley, T.P. McKenna, Allan Cuthbertson, J.G. Devlin, Ray McAnally, Niall O'Brien, Frank Grimes, Bosco Hogan, Joe Dowling, Aiden Grennell, Joe McPartland
A young American, Michael Flaherty (Craig Wasson), encouraged by the stories told by his grandfather Seamus (Sterling Hayden), returns home from Vietnam and travels to Ireland where he helps the IRA. But Michael becomes the target of an IRA plot to kill him and blame the British forces as a means to get financial support from wealthy Irish-Americans.
|Secret of the Cave 2006 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama / Adventure
Director: Zach C. Gray
Cast: Kevin Novotny, Patrick Bergin, Joseph Kelly, Niall O'Brien, Niamh Finn, Maria McDermottroe, Gareth O'Connor, Jim Roche, Sean Murphy, Noelle Brown, Sheila Flitton, Kieran D. Gough, Peadar Lamb, Sean Murphy, Gareth O'Connor
Young Roy Wallace (Kevin Novotny) and his Irish father, Patrick Wallace (Patrick Bergin), are vacationing in a fishing village in Ireland when strange hauntings by ghosts permeate the neighborhood. There are explanations, but Roy doesn't believe them and sets out on his own investigation. Clues lead to a strange sea cave, and Roy determines to uncover and then reveal its secrets. Based on Arthur Maxwell's children's book "Secret of the Cave."
|When Brendan Met Trudy 2000 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Kieron J. Walsh
Cast: Peter McDonald, Flora Montgomery, Marie Mullen, Pauline McLynn, Don Wycherley, Maynard Eziashi, Eileen Walsh, Barry Cassin, Niall O'Brien, Rynagh O'Grady
Brendan (Peter McDonald), an introverted schoolteacher, finds a breath of fresh air in his new love, Trudy (Flora Montgomery)–until he discovers that Trudy sneaks out at night. Brendan suspects Trudy of being a terrorist and is somewhat relieved when he uncovers the fact that she is only a thief.
|1. Conspiracy of Silence (2003)|
2. Gorky Park (1983)
3. Half Moon Street (1986)
4. King Ralph (1991)
5. The Legend of 1900 (1998)
6. Lovespell (1981)
aka: Tristan and Isolde
7. The Outsider (1980)
8. Secret of the Cave (2006)
9. When Brendan Met Trudy (2000)
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