|The In-Laws 2003 PG-13, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Thriller
Director: Andrew Fleming
Cast: Michael Douglas, Albert Brooks, Robin Tunney, Lindsay Sloane, Ryan Reynolds, David Suchet, Candice Bergen, Maria Ricossa, Michael Bodnar, Vladimir Radian, Boyd Banks, Chang Tseng, Tamara Gorski, Richard Waugh, Emmy Laybourne
On the eve of his son Mark's (Ryan Reynolds) wedding to Melissa (Lindsay Sloane), CIA agent SteveTobias (Michael Douglas) makes a late appearance at the dinner party being hosted by Mark's future in-laws (Albert Brooks and Maria Ricossa)–who just happen to be Steve's polar opposite. Almost instantly, the mild-mannered podiatrist father of the bride is pulled reluctantly into the world of international smuggling.
|Possessed 2000 TV, 125 min.|
Director: Steven E. DeSouza
Cast: Timothy Dalton, Henry Czerny, Christopher Plummer, Piper Laurie, Jonathan Malen, Michael Rhoades, Shannon Lawson, Michael McLachlan, Richard Waugh
"The Exorcist" this is not, though both are based on the only Vatican-sanctioned exorcism in the U.S. in the 20th century. Timothy Dalton is the priest who tries to cast out the demon possessing a boy in 1950s' St. Louis, though he has several demons of his own to contend with.
|The Score 2001 R, 124 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Frank Oz
Cast: Robert De Niro, Edward Norton, Marlon Brando, Angela Bassett, Gary Farmer, Paul Soles, Jamie Harrold, Serge Houde, Jean-Rene Ouellet, Martin Drainville, Claude Despins, Richard Waugh, Mark Camacho, Gavin Svensson, Marie-Josee Colburn
Just one last heist is what aging safecracker Nick (Robert De Niro) is thinking when Max (Marlon Brando) talks him into robbing the Montreal Customs House. But, everything rests on the shoulders of Jack (Edward Norton), and Nick is not sure that he is up to handling his part of the deal.
|1. The In-Laws (2003)|
2. Possessed (2000)
3. The Score (2001)
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