|Second in Command 2006 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: Simon Fellows
Cast: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Velibor Topic, Serban Celea, Colin Stinton, Costel Lupea, Julie Cox, Alan Mckenna, William Tapley, Warren Derosa, Ian Virgo, Raffaello Degruttola, Vlad Ivanov, Emmanuel Parvu, Razaaq Adoti
Cdr. Sam Keenan (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is serving as the Second in Command at the American Embassy in the Eastern European nation of Moldavia that is in the midst of a civil war. When Anton Tavaroy (Velibor Topic) leads insurgents in a coup d'etat, Moldavia's President Yuri Amirev (Serban Celea) seeks refuge inside the American Embassy. After U.S. Ambassador Norland (Colin Stinton) is killed by the insurgents, Keenan and the 15 Marines assigned to the Embassy must defend the Embassy until reinforcements arrive.
|Wit 2001 PG-13, 100 min.|
Director: Mike Nichols
Cast: Emma Thompson, Christopher Lloyd, Eileen Atkins, Audra McDonald, Jonathan M. Woodward, Harold Pinter, Rebecca Laurie, Su Lin Looi, Raffaello Degruttola, Miquel Brown
English Professor Vivian (Emma Thompson) is diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer and agrees to have experimental treatments. This is the story of how she copes with her situation. Though depressing at times, Emma Thompson gives a fine performance in this made-for-HBO adaptation of a Pulitzer Prize-winning story.
|1. Second in Command (2006)|
2. Wit (2001)
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