|Bonds of Love 1993 TV, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Larry Elikann
Cast: Kelly McGillis, Treat Williams, Steve Railsback, Grace Zabriskie, Hal Holbrook, R.H. Thomson, Gordon Pinsent, Kenneth Welsh, Colin Fox, Gordon Clapp, Shannon Lawson, William Colgate, Brenda Bazinet, Graham Losee, Lindsay Leese
A friendship between divorced Rose (Kelly McGillis) and mentally disabled Robby (Treat Williams) grows into love and the decision to marry amidst the concerns of Robby's family. This made-for-TV film is based on a true story.
|Bone Daddy 1998 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Drama / Horror / Thriller
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Cast: Rutger Hauer, Barbara Williams, R.H. Thomson, Joseph Kell, Robin Gammell, Blu Mankuma, Mimi Kuzyk, Wayne Best, Daniel Kash, Peter Keleghan, Kirsten Bishop, Dean McDermott, Kyra Azzopardi, Marc Donato, Michael Caruana
Ex-Medical Examiner William Palmer (Rutger Hauer) writes a fictional book based on one of his cases. The book brings the subject–"Bone Daddy"–out of retirement, and his first victim is Palmer's agent. After kidnapping the agent, Bone Daddy cuts out a bone and sends it to Palmer, which was his modus operandi when Palmer was Medical Examiner. Palmer decides he must hunt down the sadistic criminal.
|Chloe 2010 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Atom Egoyan
Cast: Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Max Thieriot, R.H. Thomson, Nina Dobrev, Julie Khaner, Mishu Vellani, Laura DeCarteret, Natalie Lisinska, Tiffany Lyndall-Knight, Meghan Heffern, Rosalba Martinni, Kathy Maloney, Arlene Duncan
Catherine and David Stewart (Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson) are married and have a 17-year-old son, Michael (Max Thieriot). When David misses his flight home–and the surprise birthday party that Catherine has planned–Catherine becomes suspicious that David is cheating on her. To investigate her suspicions, Catherine hires a prostitute, Chloe (Amanda Seyfried), to seduce David and then report what happens. Chloe and David meet again and again, and her reports to Catherine cause major problems.
|The Dinosaur Hunter 2000 TV, 90 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Rick Stevenson
Cast: Alison Pill, Bill Switzer, Simon MacCorkindale, Christopher Plummer, Enuka Okuma, Shaun Johnston, Sean Smith, Roberta Maxwell, R.H. Thomson, Wendy Anderson, Bill Hugli, Joely Collins
During a drought in their farming community, Julia (Alison Pill) and her brother Daniel (Bill Switzer) meet paleontologist Jack McCabe (Simon MacCorkindale) who suspects that there are valuable dinosaur fossils nearby. A reward is offered, and Julia and Daniel–after tutoring by McCabe–begin to search for the remains. Just as they get close to the needed evidence, "Hump" Hinton (Christopher Plummer) arrives on the scene ready to use any means available to get the bone samples for his own use.
|Ticket to Heaven 1981 PG, 107 min.|
Director: Ralph Thomas
Cast: Nick Mancuso, Saul Rubinek, Meg Foster, Kim Cattrall, R.H. Thomson, Jennifer Dale, Guy Boyd, Paul Soles, Robert Joy, Michael Wincott
This docudrama about religious cults features Nick Mancuso as a Toronto schoolteacher who naively joins a California cult and goes through the rituals of brain washing. Fortunately, a friend rescues him from his robotic existence and gets him into a deprogramming session.
|1. Bonds of Love (1993)|
2. Bone Daddy (1998)
3. Chloe (2010)
4. The Dinosaur Hunter (2000)
5. Ticket to Heaven (1981)
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