|16 Blocks 2006 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: Richard Donner
Cast: Bruce Willis, Mos Def, David Morse, Jenna Stern, Casey Sander, Cylk Cozart, David Zayas, Robert Racki, Patrick Garrow, Sasha Roiz, Conrad Pla, Hechter Ubarry, Richard Fitzpatrick, Peter McRobbie, Kevin P. McCarthy
NYPD officer Jack Mosley (Bruce Willis) is assigned the job of escorting convict Eddie Bunker (Mos Def) from the jail to the courthouse–a mere 16 blocks. If Mosley fails to reach the courthouse by 10:00 A.M., the case will be dismissed, which is exactly what Jack's colleagues want because, as Jack learns while making the delivery, Bunker is scheduled to testify against the police officers. They are determined to kill Bunker before he reaches his destination, and suddenly Jack realizes that the length of those 16 blocks may be endless.
|The Boondock Saints 1999 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Troy Duffy
Cast: Willem Dafoe, Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, David Della Rocco, Billy Connolly, David Ferry, Brian Mahoney, Bob Marley, Richard Fitzpatrick, William Young, Robert Pemberton, Dot Jones, Bill Craig, Scott Griffith, Leyton Morrison
Irish brothers Connor and Murphy (Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus) live in Boston and feel that God has tasked them to rid their town of evil. Setting out on their mission, they start with Russian mobsters and continue the bloodletting against other "evil" people. FBI agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe) is on their trail but has mixed feelings about arresting them since they are doing a service to the city. Some interesting performances in this bloody film.
|The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day 2009 R, 117 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Troy Duffy
Cast: Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, Billy Connolly, Clifton Collins Jr., Julie Benz, David Della Rocco, Brian Mahoney, David Ferry, Peter Fonda, Judd Nelson, Bob Marley, Richard Fitzpatrick, Gerard Parkes, Tom Barnett, Joris Jarsky
In this sequel, the vigilante MacManus brothers, Connor (Sean Patrick Flanery) and Murphy (Norman Reedus), are hiding out in their native Ireland with their father, Il Duce (Billy Connolly). They learn that a beloved Boston Catholic priest has been killed by the mob, and the murder has been made to look like they did it. Returning to Boston, the brothers seek to avenge the murder and to find the men who framed them.
|Coast to Coast 2003 R, 105 min.|
Director: Paul Mazursky
Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Judy Davis, Selma Blair, Saul Rubinek, John Salley, Maximilian Schell, Fred Ward, Paul Mazursky, David Julian Hirsh, Kate Lynch, Richard Fitzpatrick
A couple (Richard Dreyfuss and Judy Davis) with marital problems drives across country from Connecticut to L.A. to attend their son's wedding. Along the way they visit friends, reminisce, and talk about their current situation.
|Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen 2004 PG, 85 min.|
Director: Sara Sugarman
Cast: Lindsay Lohan, Adam Garcia, Glenne Headly, Alison Pill, Eli Marienthal, Carol Kane, Megan Fox, Sheila McCarthy, Tom McCamus, Richard Fitzpatrick, Sheila Sealy-Smith, Ashley Leggat
After Lola's (Lindsay Lohan) family moved from Greenwich Village to the New Jersey suburb of Dellwood, Lola tries to make a name for herself by snagging the lead in her new school's play. But popular classmate Carla (Megan Fox) thinks the role is hers, and a battle rages between the two girls.
|Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave 1997 TV, 94 min.|
Director: Douglas Barr
Cast: Dale Midkiff, Erika Eleniak, Paul Johansson, Paul Ben-Victor, Ron Kuhlman, Marc Gomes, Andrea Ferrell, Michael Gross, Ian D. Clark, Lynne Cormack, Stevie Vallance, Annie Kidder, Julie Stewart, Richard Fitzpatrick, Carolyn Dunn
The third TV production based on Ed McBain's NYC police of the 87th precinct brings Dale Midkiff back as Detective Steve Carella. It is a hot summer, and the detectives of the precinct have their hands full as they track down a rapist.
|Homecoming 1996 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Mark Jean
Cast: Anne Bancroft, Kimberlee Peterson, Bonnie Bedelia, Trever O'Brien, Hanna Hall, William Greenblatt, Anna Louise Richardson, Scott Michael Campbell, Jacque Lynn Colton, R.D. Reid, Roger Dunn, Richard Fitzpatrick
The Tillerman children are orphaned when their mother disappears. They hit the road in search of their grandmother who has been estranged from the family. They locate her, but the loner grandmother Abigail (Anne Bancroft) is reluctant to take them in. It's going to take work for the children to soften her up.
|In the Eyes of a Stranger 1992 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Michael Toshiyuki Uno
Cast: Richard Dean Anderson, Justine Bateman, Geza Kovacs, Cynthia Dale, Colin Fox, Gordon Pinsent, William Dunlop, Richard Fitzpatrick, Tony De Santis, Michael Copeman, Marc Gomes, Michael Rhoades
Lynn (Justine Bateman) witnesses a subway murder and is the only one to hear the dying woman's last words. Though she doesn't understand what was said, Lynn is being followed by thieves who believe she knows the location of stolen loot. With her life in danger, the police assign Jack (Richard Dean Anderson), a cop with a past, to protect her.
|Kaleidoscope 1990 TV, 96 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Kaleidoscope'
Director: Jud Taylor
Cast: Jaclyn Smith, Perry King, Patricia Kalember, Claudia Christian, Donald Moffat, Terry O'Quinn, Bruce Abbott, Colleen Dewhurst, Kim Thomson, Penny Johnson, Richard Fitzpatrick, Madeleine Atkinson, Mary Jo Keenen, Erika Flores, Ben Lemon
Three sisters–Hilary (Jaclyn Smith), Alexandra (Patricia Kalember), and Meagan (Claudia Christian)–had been placed in foster homes 30 years ago after the death of their parents, and all have done well. Attorney Arthur Patterson (Donald Moffat), who had placed the girls, hires private investigator John Chapman (Perry King) to effect a reunion of the women. And the hunt is on in this made-for-TV film.
|The Music Man 2003 TV, 150 min.|
Director: Jeff Bleckner
Cast: Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber, Debra Monk, Molly Shannon, David Aaron Baker, Cameron Monaghan, Patrick McKenna, Clyde Alves, Cameron Adams, Megan Moniz, Richard Fitzpatrick
The great Broadway and film musical is back with likeable Matthew Broderick in the title role of Professor Harold Hill who blows into River City, Iowa, to con the town into starting a boys band and buying instruments and uniforms from him. The great songs are there, and the atmosphere created by the settings and costumes are fine. Made for TV.
|New Blood 1999 R, 98 min.|
Director: Michael Hurst
Cast: John Hurt, Nick Moran, Carrie-Anne Moss, Shawn Wayans, Joe Pantoliano, Gouchy Boy, Eugene Robert Glazer, Richard Fitzpatrick, Alan C. Peterson, Rob Freeman, Arthur Eng, Alex Karzis, Hardee T. Lineham, Jonathan Wilson, Richard McMillan
Knowing that he has no chance of coming out of the deal alive, Alan White (John Hurt) agrees to pose as his criminal son Danny's (Nick Moran) kidnap victim in return for which Danny will donate his heart for his twin sister's transplant.
|The Pentagon Papers 2003 R, 100 min.|
Director: Rod Holcomb
Cast: James Spader, Claire Forlani, Paul Giamatti, Alan Arkin, Kenneth Welsh, Maria del Mar, Sean McCann, James Downing, Richard Fitzpatrick, Jonas Chernick, Amy Price-Francis, Aaron Ashmore
Hero or traitor? This made-for-TV film details events in the life of Daniel Ellsberg leading up to his 1971 release of the Pentagon Papers–1,000 pages of classified government documents–to the Washington Post and the NY Times newspapers. The information revealed how the public was misled in reports regarding success and failure during the Vietnam War. 1 User Review
|Unbelievably good!||Anonymous 03/07/2007 |
| This is another James Spader movie that has been swept under the rug. Such good acting all around . This is a history lesson that must been seen.|
|The Recruit 2003 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Roger Donaldson
Cast: Al Pacino, Colin Farrell, Bridget Moynahan, Gabriel Macht, Mike Realba, Kenneth Mitchell, Brian Rhodes, Eugene Lipinski, Domenico Flore, Karl Pruner, Ron Lea, Angelo Tsarouchas, Veronica Hurnick, Mark Ellis, Richard Fitzpatrick
Veteran CIA agent Walter Burke (Al Pacino) recruits James Clayton (Colin Farrell) as a CIA trainee, introduces him to all phases of the CIA, and then gives him a special assignment: root out a mole in the CIA–a world where nothing is as it seems.
|Starship Invasions 1977 PG, 89 min.|
Director: Ed Hunt
Cast: Robert Vaughn, Christopher Lee, Daniel Pilon, Helen Shaver, Henry Ramer, Victoria Johnson, Tiiu Leek, Doreen Lipson, Kate Parr, Sherri Ross, Linda Rennhofer, Richard Fitzpatrick, Ted Turner, Sean McCann, Bob Warne
Captain Rameses (Christopher Lee) leads the Legion of the Winged Serpent brigade on a space mission to claim Earth and manages to telepathically cause Earthlings to commit suicide. To the rescue comes Professor Allan Duncan (Robert Vaughn), but is it too late?
|Survival of the Dead 2009 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi
Director: George A. Romero
Cast: Alan Van Sprang, Kenneth Welsh, Kathleen Munroe, Devon Bostick, Richard Fitzpatrick, Athena Karkanis, Stefano Di Matteo, Joris Jarsky, Eric Woolfe, Julian Richings, Wayne Robson, Joshua Peace, Hardee T. Lineham, Dru Viergever, John Healey
The O'Flynn family and the Muldoon family are existing in the midst of a zombie holocaust on Plum Island. While Patrick O'Flynn (Kenneth Welsh) believes that the only way to survive is to kill the zombies, the Muldoons believe that it is best to wait for a scientific cure. Now, rogue soldiers, led by Sarge "Nicotine" Crocket (Alan Van Sprang), arrive on Plum Island to help O'Flynn fight the zombies and become caught up in the O'Flynn vs. Muldoon family feud.
|Trilogy of Terror II 1996 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Dan Curtis
Cast: Lysette Anthony, Geraint Wyn Davies, Blake Heron, Matt Clark, Geoffrey Lewis, Richard Fitzpatrick, Thomas(2) Mitchell, Gerry Quigley, Dennis O'Connor, John McMahon
Over 20 years after his "Trilogy of Terror," Dan Curtis is back with another trio of thrillers with Lysette Anthony starring in all three. Not as good as the prior trilogy. "The Graveyard Rats"-After killing her husband, a woman realizes that information on his secret bank accounts was buried with him. But the monster rats are after her when she tries to recover the accounts. "Bobby"-A woman conducts a ritual to bring back her drowned son. It appears to have worked, but why is Bobby now after her? "He Who Kills"-In this continuation of the near-famous "Amelia" from the first trilogy, the police investigate the grisly death of Amelia and her mother and find the Zuni tribe doll. The doctor at the museum inspects the doll, which comes to life and possesses her–and here we go again.
|1. 16 Blocks (2006)|
2. The Boondock Saints (1999)
3. The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009)
4. Coast to Coast (2003)
5. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004)
6. Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave (1997)
7. Homecoming (1996)
8. In the Eyes of a Stranger (1992)
9. Kaleidoscope (1990)
aka: Danielle Steel's 'Kaleidoscope'
10. The Music Man (2003)
11. New Blood (1999)
12. The Pentagon Papers (2003)
13. The Recruit (2003)
14. Starship Invasions (1977)
15. Survival of the Dead (2009)
16. Trilogy of Terror II (1996)
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