|Another You 1991 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Maurice Phillips
Cast: Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor, Mercedes Ruehl, Stephen Lang, Vanessa Williams, Phil Rubenstein, Peter Michael Goetz, Billy Beck, Jerry Houser, Kevin Pollak, Craig Richard Nelson, Kandis Chappell, Elsa Raven, Catherine E. Coulson, Norman Glasser
George (Gene Wilder), a pathological liar, is released from a mental institution, and as part of a community service commitment, ex-con Eddie (Richard Pryor) helps George in his transition back into society. When George is mistaken for Beer Baron Abe Fielding, the fun (?) begins. Weak.
|Beer 1985 R, 83 min.|
Director: Pat Kelly
Cast: Loretta Swit, Rip Torn, Kenneth Mars, David Alan Grier, William Russ, Dick Shawn, Amy Wright, Saul Stein, Peter Michael Goetz, Ray O'Connor, David Wohl, Renn Woods, Alan C. Peterson, William Mooney, Robert Wolberg
If you have cheap beer to sell, what do you do? Well, you put on a national campaign using real hunks (who were formerly just "regular" guys) to get the word out.
|Best Defense 1984 R, 94 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Willard Huyck
Cast: Eddie Murphy, Dudley Moore, Kate Capshaw, George Dzundza, Helen Shaver, David Rasche, Mark Arnott, Peter Michael Goetz, Tom Noonan, Joel Polis, Paul Comi, Darryl Henriques, John A. Zee, Matthew Laurance, Christopher Maher
An inventor for the military (Dudley Moore) has produced a piece of equipment that simply does not do what was expected. That would be fine except that the military has opted to employ the invention and a soldier (Eddie Murphy) finds it impossible to work with it.
|The Empty Mirror 1997 N/R, 117 min.|
Director: Barry J. Hershey
Cast: Norman Rodway, Joel Grey, Glenn Shadix, Camilla Soeberg, Peter Michael Goetz, Doug McKeon, Hope Allen, Lori Scott, Raul Kobrinsky, Randy Zielinski
What if Hitler did not commit suicide and was forced to face the results of his evil deeds? That's the premise of this psychodrama in which settings and score support the mania of Hitler's master plan. Very unsettling!
|Father of the Bride 1991 PG, 114 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy
Director: Charles Shyer
Cast: Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Martin Short, Kieran Culkin, George Newbern, B.D. Wong, Richard Portnow, Peter Michael Goetz, Eugene Levy, Kate McGregor-Stewart, Carmen Hayward, April Ortiz, Mina Vasquez, Gibby Brand
Annie Banks (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) is getting married to Brian (George Newbern), and her parents George and Nina (Steve Martin and Diane Keaton) go through emotional ups and downs preparing for the big day. The wedding will take place in their home, and, even then, George is upset at the costs. Wedding consultant Franck Eggelhoffer (a hilarious Martin Short) is called in, but problems for George continue as he gets closer to the day when Annie will move on to her new life with Brian and away from George.
|Father of the Bride Part II 1995 PG, 106 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Romance
Director: Charles Shyer
Cast: Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Martin Short, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, George Newbern, Eugene Levy, Kieran Culkin, B.D. Wong, Peter Michael Goetz, Jane Adams, Kate McGregor-Stewart, Rebecca Chambers, Dulcy Rogers, Kathy Anthony, April Ortiz
It is now four years after Annie Banks' (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) wedding, and she is going to have a baby. But wait–so is the mother-of- the-bride, Nina (Diane Keaton). Annie's father George (Steve Martin) is right back in the middle of plans, only this time it is maternity, not wedding, plans.
|Fine Things 1990 TV, 145 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Fine Things'
Director: Tom Moore
Cast: D.W. Moffett, Tracy Pollan, Judith Hoag, G.W. Bailey, Darrell Larson, Noley Thornton, Peter Michael Goetz, Dakin Matthews, George Coe, Cloris Leachman, Mia Dillon, Patricia Gaul, Jeanne Hepple, Randy Oglesby, Ralph Meyering Jr.
After Bernie's (D.W. Moffett) wife dies of leukemia, he moves on with stepdaughter Jane (Noley Thornton) and baby son. They survive a custody battle with Jane's birth father, but when Bernie becomes involves with a woman, the relationship between Bernie and Jane becomes strained. Made for TV.
|Infinity 1996 PG, 119 min.|
Director: Matthew Broderick
Cast: Matthew Broderick, Patricia Arquette, Peter Riegert, Dori Brenner, Peter Michael Goetz, Zeljko Ivanek, Joyce Van Patten, James LeGros
This film is based on the early life of the 1965 Nobel Prize winner for physics, Richard Feynman (Matthew Broderick), and centers on the tragic love story of his marriage to Arline (Patricia Arquette) who is destined to die from the effects of TB.
|Jumpin' Jack Flash 1986 R, 108 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Romance / Thriller
Director: Penny Marshall
Cast: Whoopi Goldberg, Stephen Collins, Carol Kane, Jonathan Pryce, James Belushi, John Wood, Roscoe Lee Browne, Annie Potts, Phil Hartman, Jon Lovitz, Peter Michael Goetz, Sara Botsford, Jeroen Krabbe, Lynne Marie Stewart, Vyto Ruginis
Bored computer operator Terry Dolittle (Whoopi Goldberg) works at Manhattan's First National Bank and sends personal messages. She receives a reply from British spy Jack (Jonathan Pryce), using the code name "Jumpin' Jack Flash," who needs help getting out of the Soviet Union. Terry loves spy movies and decides to help Jack. Her decision results in her finding herself in the dangerous world of spies where she is kidnapped by the KGB and given truth serum. Will she be able to overcome her desperate situation and warn Jack in time for him to escape?
|King Kong Lives 1986 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Sci-Fi / Action / Horror
Director: John Guillermin, Charles McCracken
Cast: Linda Hamilton, Brian Kerwin, Peter Michael Goetz, George Yiasoumi, Peter Elliott, Frank Maraden, John Ashton, Alan Sader, Lou Criscuolo, Marc Clement, Debbie McLeod, Ted Prichard, Richard Rhodes, Larry Souder, Jayne Gray
King Kong (Peter Elliott) did not die after all, and now he has a female, Lady Kong (George Yiasoumi), for company. King Kong and Lady Kong escape and lead the Army on a hearty, if not very believable, chase.
|My Girl 1991 PG, 102 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Howard Zieff
Cast: Dan Aykroyd, Jamie Lee Curtis, Macaulay Culkin, Anna Chlumsky, Richard Masur, Griffin Dunne, Ann Nelson, Peter Michael Goetz, Jane Hallaren, Anthony R. Jones, Tom Villard, Lara Steinick, Kristian Truelsen, David Caprita, Jody Wilson
Eleven-year-old Vada (Anna Chlumsky) worries about her own responsibility for her mother's death during childbirth and reaches out for attention from her estranged father Harry (Dan Aykroyd) who runs a funeral parlor. When Harry starts dating Shelly (Jamie Lee Curtis), a cosmetologist who works in the funeral parlor, Vada tries to stop the romance. Meanwhile, her only friend Thomas (Macaulay Culkin) gives her comfort, but that ends when frail Thomas suffers a fatal injury after being attacked by bees. Now, Vada's preoccupation with death is accelerated. A sequel follows.
|A Stoning in Fulham County 1988 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Larry Elikann
Cast: Ken Olin, Jill Eikenberry, Ron Perlman, Gregg Henry, Theodore Bikel, Nicholas Pryor, Peter Michael Goetz, Noble Willingham, Brad Pitt, Olivia Burnette, Leslie Riley, Jody Smith, Max Tucker, Michael Mattick, Maureen Mueller
In this made-for-TV movie, Amish parents, following the murder of their infant by local teenagers, refuse to help prosecute the case when their religious beliefs clash with the law.
|Wolfen 1981 R, 115 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Michael Wadleigh
Cast: Albert Finney, Diane Venora, Edward James Olmos, Gregory Hines, Tom Noonan, Dick O'Neill, Dehl Berti, Peter Michael Goetz, James Tolkan, John McCurry
Wolf-like creatures are on the prowl in Manhattan, and a city cop, Dewey Wilson (Albert Finney), tries to put an end to the terror they are causing among the city's residents.
|The World According to Garp 1982 R, 136 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: George Roy Hill
Cast: Robin Williams, Glenn Close, John Lithgow, Mary Beth Hurt, Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Swoosie Kurtz, Amanda Plummer, Peter Michael Goetz, Warren Berlinger, James McCall, George Ede, Mark Soper, Ian MacGregor
Garp (Robin Williams) is a writer who sees things from his own perspective. He lives with his wife (Mary Beth Hurt) and fends off his unmarried mother Jenny's (Glenn Close) feminist fame with her best-selling autobiographical book. John Lithgow was nominated for an Oscar (Best Supporting Actor) for his role of transsexual Roberta who steals young Garp. Glenn Close was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in her film debut.
|1. Another You (1991)|
2. Beer (1985)
3. Best Defense (1984)
4. The Empty Mirror (1997)
5. Father of the Bride (1991)
6. Father of the Bride Part II (1995)
7. Fine Things (1990)
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Fine Things'
8. Infinity (1996)
9. Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986)
10. King Kong Lives (1986)
11. My Girl (1991)
12. A Stoning in Fulham County (1988)
13. Wolfen (1981)
14. The World According to Garp (1982)
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