|Cops and Robbersons 1994 PG, 95 min.|
Director: Michael Ritchie
Cast: Chevy Chase, Jack Palance, Dianne Wiest, Robert Davi, David Barry Gray, Jason James Richter, Fay Masterson, Richard Romanus, Miko Hughes, Sal Landi, Ronald L. Schwary, Jack Kehler, Dawn Landon, Amy Powell, Jim Holmes
Norman Robberson (Chevy Chase) has always dreamed of being a detective. Now, the police have moved into his home and are using it for a command post to spy on Robberson's neighbor. The cops' biggest problem is Robberson, who wants to be in on the action.
|The Couch Trip 1988 R, 98 min.|
Director: Michael Ritchie
Cast: Dan Aykroyd, Walter Matthau, Charles Grodin, Chevy Chase, Donna Dixon, Richard Romanus, Mary Gross, David Clennon, Arye Gross, Michael Ensign, Michael DeLorenzo, Mickey Jones, J.E. Freeman, David Wohl, Carol Mansell
A mental patient John W. Burns Jr. (Dan Aykroyd) trades places with his attending psychiatrist Lawrence Baird (David Clennon) and then finds himself hosting a radio talk show in Los Angeles. The film is based on the notion that there is a thin line between sanity and insanity, yet it does not shed any new light on the issue.
|The Entertainers 1991 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Paul(2) Schneider
Cast: Bob Newhart, Linda Gray, Richard Romanus, Sly Smith, Bernard White, Bill Erwin, Colin Ward, Ray Spinka, Joe Faust, Richard Wagner
This made-for-TV film stars Bob Newhart as a struggling comic who has an opportunity to take his act to Las Vegas–IF he includes his ex-sidekick, a chimpanzee, in his act. He also has the opportunity to reunite with longtime love, Laura (Linda Gray).
|Gold of the Amazon Women 1979 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Mark L. Lester
Cast: Bo Svenson, Anita Ekberg, Donald Pleasence, Richard Romanus, Bob Minor, Maggie Jean Smith, Bond Gideon, Susan(2) Miller, Yasmine, Mary Peters
Explorers discover a tribe of beautiful women in the jungles of South America. Would you believe that the women follow the explorers back to New York? A bad, made-for-TV flick.
|Heavy Metal 1981 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Animation / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy / Horror
Director: Gerald Potterton
Cast: John Candy, Jackie Burroughs, Joe Flaherty, Harold Ramis, Richard Romanus, John Vernon, Eugene Levy, Don Francks, Caroline Semple, Al Waxman, Harvey Atkin, Marilyn Lightstone, August Schellenberg, Martin Lavut, Alice Playten
This animated film is based on the magazine, "Heavy Metal." The plot involves a series of adventures in which everyday people enter the realm of the Loc-Nar–a fluorescent green orb that embodies evil. The stories–"Soft Landing," "Grimandi," "Harry Canyan," "Den," "Captain Sternin," "B-17," and "So Beautiful, So Dangerous"–reveal how Loc-Nar has influenced evil violence throughout the universe.
|Mean Streets 1973 R, 112 min.|
Director: Martin Scorsese
Cast: Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, David Carradine, David Proval, Amy Robinson, Cesare Danova, Richard Romanus, Victor Argo, George Memmoli, Robert Carradine, Lenny Scaletta, Jeannie Bell, Murray Moston, Lois Walden, Harry Northup
Four young men–Charlie (Harvey Keitel), who is confused between his loyalties to his church and his gangster activities; bartender Tony (David Proval); bookie Michael (Richard Romanus); and troubled Johnny Boy (Robert De Niro)–hang out in New York's Little Italy. Charlie tries to protect Johnny Boy, but matters get out of hand when Michael becomes fed up with Johnny Boy not paying off his debt to him and seeks revenge. A great film that made Martin Scorsese a big name.
|Murphy's Law 1986 R, 97 min.|
Director: J. Lee Thompson
Cast: Charles Bronson, Carrie Snodgress, Kathleen Wilhoite, Robert F. Lyons, Richard Romanus, Angel Tompkins, Bill Henderson, Janet MacLachlan, Lawrence Tierney, James Luisi
A Los Angeles cop (Charles Bronson) finds that "anything that can go wrong–will" when he is arrested for his ex-wife's murder. Things continue to go awry when he escapes and tries to elude police.
|Point of No Return 1993 R, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Romance / Thriller
Director: John Badham
Cast: Bridget Fonda, Gabriel Byrne, Dermot Mulroney, Miguel Ferrer, Anne Bancroft, Olivia d'Abo, Richard Romanus, Harvey Keitel, Geoffrey Lewis, Lorraine Toussaint, Michael Rapaport, Mic Rodgers, Ray Oriel, Lieux Dressler, Spike McClure
Maggie (Bridget Fonda) has lived on the seamier side of life–she was a drug addict. Sentenced to death after she killed a policeman, Maggie is given a second chance through recruitment as a hired assassin. During training, she begins to come to grips with her true self, which is not quite so dark as she previously thought. A remake of "La Femme Nikita."
|Protocol 1984 PG, 96 min.|
Director: Herbert Ross
Cast: Goldie Hawn, Chris Sarandon, Richard Romanus, Andre Gregory, Gail Strickland, Cliff De Young, Kenneth McMillan, Ed Begley Jr., Kenneth Mars, Keith Szarabajka
Goldie Hawn plays a cocktail waitress propelled into the world of international diplomacy. Along the way, she changes from a brainless bimbo into a person with self-determination who knows where she is going.
|Sitting Ducks 1980 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Henry Jaglom
Cast: Michael Emil, Zack Norman, Patrice Townsend, Irene Cagen, Richard Romanus, Henry Jaglom, Kelly Rogers, John Teranova, Eric Starr, Stasia Grabowski, Ellen Talmadge, Madeline Silver, Yoram Kaniur, Judith Bruce, Ralph Morse
Simon (Michael Emil), the bookkeeper for a mobster gang, and cohort Sidney (Zack Norman) have a plan: steal money from Simon's gang, take off for Central America, and lead the good life. After the heist, they meet foxy Jenny (Patrice Townsend) and inferiority complex ridden Leona (Irene Forrest), and the four continue the journey. Some good laughs.
|Strangers Kiss 1983 R, 93 min.|
Director: Matthew Chapman
Cast: Peter Coyote, Victoria Tennant, Blaine Novak, Dan Shor, Richard Romanus, Linda Kerridge, Carlos Palomino, Vincent Palmieri, Jay Rasumny, Sloan Roberts, Joe Nipote, Larry Dilg, Leo Impellizzeri, Jeanette Joseph, Cecil Hill
Set in 1950s Hollywood, this love story involves two actors–portrayed by Blaine Novak and Victoria Tennant–whose director encourages them to continue their on-screen affair in their personal lives as well.
|The Young Black Stallion 2003 G, 45 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Drama
Director: Simon Wincer
Cast: Richard Romanus, Biana Tamimi, Patrick Elias, Gerard Rudolf, Ali Al Ameri, Andries Rossouw, Adil Abdelwahab, Ike Ogut
This Disney, IMAX-sized film fills the screen with the story of an Arabian girl, Neera (Biana Tamimi), who befriends a wild, black stallion she finds in the desert. She realizes that she could rebuild her grandfather's horse breeding and training business if she could ride her stallion in a local race and win the prize of high quality mares. But before her plan can be put into action, the stallion disappears back into the desert. Now, Neera must concoct a plan to find her horse and enter him in the race.
|1. Cops and Robbersons (1994)|
2. The Couch Trip (1988)
3. The Entertainers (1991)
4. Gold of the Amazon Women (1979)
5. Heavy Metal (1981)
6. Mean Streets (1973)
7. Murphy's Law (1986)
8. Point of No Return (1993)
9. Protocol (1984)
10. Sitting Ducks (1980)
11. Strangers Kiss (1983)
12. The Young Black Stallion (2003)
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