|Across the Tracks 1991 R, 100 min.|
Director: Sandy Tung
Cast: Rick Schroder, Brad Pitt, Carrie Snodgress, David Anthony Marshall, Thomas Mikal Ford, John Linton, Cyril O'Reilly, Jack McGee, Annie Dylan, Bebe Drake, Kent Lipham, Jaime Gomez, Larron Tate, Ron Marquette, Andrew Zeller
Fresh out of reform school, Billy Maloney (Rick Schroder) starts life anew at a different high school. But he is still influenced by his drug dealing friends from the past–until his brother, Joe (Brad Pitt), convinces him to join the track team. It doesn't take Billy long before he proves superior to Joe in the track world, and jealousies rise to the fore. Now, it is Joe who needs saving, and "black sheep" Billy steps in to save the day.
|Black Cloud 2004 PG-13, 95 min.|
Director: Rick Schroder
Cast: Eddie Spears, Julia Jones, Tim McGraw, Saginaw Grant, Branscombe Richmond, Rick Schroder, Nathaniel Arcand, Wayne Knight, Russell Means, Peter Greene, Pooch Hall, Tim Sampson, Sixx King, Joannelle Nadine Romero, Alimi Ballard
Although frustrated by problems concerning his heritage, Navaho Native American Black Cloud (Eddie Spears) does have talent as a boxer. His mentor, Bud (Russell Means), tries to steer him to a spot on the U.S. Olympic boxing team, but success or failure hinges on Black Cloud himself learning to accept what is and go on with his life. 1 User Review
|greatest movie I have ever seen, so inspirational|| 04/18/2012 |
|Call of the Wild 1993 TV, 97 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Alan Smithee, Michael Toshiyuki Uno
Cast: Rick Schroder, Gordon Tootoosis, Duncan Fraser, Mia Sara, Richard Newman, Brent Stait, Eric McCormack, Kerry Sandomirsky, Tom Heaton, Vince Metcalfe, Marie Stillin, Allen Lysell, Bill Croft, Dayne Low, Peter Bibby
In this rendition of Jack London's novel, young, inexperienced John Thornton (Rick Schroder) is searching for gold in the Yukon, and he receives invaluable help from Buck, a German Shepherd that, after being stolen from its California home, is now a sled dog in Alaska. John and Buck bond as they face many hardships while traveling through the frozen terrain during the Yukon Gold Rush.
|The Champ 1979 PG, 122 min.|
Director: Franco Zeffirelli
Cast: Jon Voight, Faye Dunaway, Rick Schroder, Jack Warden, Strother Martin, Arthur Hill, Joan Blondell, Elisha Cook Jr., Randall "Tex" Cobb, Mary Jo Catlett
This emotional drama involves a young son–played by Rick Schroder–who believes his father is a champion boxer on the verge of making a comeback. The father (Jon Voight), however, is an alcoholic/gambling addict who never does get his act together. Remake of the 1931 winner of a tearjerker starring Wallace Beery.
|Consequence 2003 R, 97 min.|
Director: Anthony Hickox
Cast: Armand Assante, Rick Schroder, Lola Glaudini, Danny Keogh, Nadia Kretschmer, Grant Swanby
A disgraced oral surgeon decides to start a new life by assuming the identity of his long-lost brother by switching dental records and faking his own death. But problems arise quickly when his girlfriend, the beneficiary of his insurance, decides to keep it all herself. To add to his misery, his brother is, in reality, an ex-CIA agent who is now on the lam from the CIA.
|Crimson Tide 1995 R, 112 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Tony Scott
Cast: Gene Hackman, Denzel Washington, George Dzundza, Matt Craven, Viggo Mortensen, James Gandolfini, Rocky Carroll, Jaime Gomez, Rick Schroder, Danny Nucci, Michael Milhoan, Scott Burkholder, Steve Zahn, Lillo Brancato, Eric Bruskotter
Just when you thought the Cold War was over, this film presents a group of Russian patriots who are on the move and attack the Trident submarine U.S.S. Alabama. Captain Frank Ramsey (Gene Hackman) and newly arrived Executive Officer LCDR Ron Hunter (Denzel Washington) disagree over whether to respond with nuclear arms.
|The Earthling 1980 PG, 98 min.|
Director: Peter Collinson
Cast: William Holden, Rick Schroder, Jack Thompson, Olivia Hamnett, Alwyn Kurts, Redmond Phillips, Tony Barry
Orphaned by the death of his parents (Jack Thompson and Olivia Hamnett) in a camping accident, Shawn Daley (Ricky Schroder) is rescued by a hermit, Patrick Foley (William Holden), who teaches him the art of survival in the Australian outback.
|Face of Terror 2003 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Bryan Goeres
Cast: Rick Schroder, Paulina Galvez, Sergi Mateu, Abel Folk, Eric Balfour, Kadeem Hardison, Rachael E. Stevens, Kirk B.R. Woller, Dean Haglund, Ana Maria Montero, Marta Nieto, Joan Minguell, Josep Minguell, Ernesto Collado, Marta Gil
While searching in Spain for his missing sister, LAPD police officer Nick Harper (Rick Schroder) uncovers a terrorist group that uses American girls as human bombs.
|Get Him to the Greek 2010 R, 109 min.|
Director: Nicholas Stoller
Cast: Jonah Hill, Russell Brand, Rose Byrne, Sean "P.Diddy" Combs, Elisabeth Moss, Kristen Bell, Rick Schroder, Meredith Vieira, Colm Meaney, Zoe Salmon, Lino Facioli, Lars Ulrich, Mario Lopez, Pink, Billy Bush
Record company exec Sergio Roma (Sean "P.Diddy" Combs) gives Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) the assignment of getting has-been rock star Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) from London to the Greek Theater in L.A. for an anniversary performance. The job is not easy because Aldous is heavily into drugs and alcohol. To add to the problems, Aaron is trying to get over his recent break-up with his girlfriend Daphne Binks (Elisabeth Moss), while Aldous pines for his ex, Jackie Q. (Rose Byrne). Aaron becomes susceptible to Aldous' wild lifestyle but remains determined to get him to the Greek Theater in time for the performance.
|The Last Flight of Noah's Ark 1980 G, 97 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure
Director: Charles Jarrott
Cast: Elliott Gould, Genevieve Bujold, Rick Schroder, Vincent Gardenia, Tammy Lauren, John Fujioka, Yuki Shimoda, John P. Ryan, Dana Elcar, Ruth Manning, Austin Willis, Peter Renaday
Following their forced landing on a Pacific island, Noah Dugan (Elliott Gould) is faced with the dilemma of how to survive with two stow-away kids and a cargo of animals. The solution is to convert the plane into a seaworthy vessel and sail home. Fair Disney.
|Little Lord Fauntleroy 1980 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama
Director: Jack Gold
Cast: Rick Schroder, Alec Guinness, Eric Porter, Colin Blakely, Connie Booth, Rachel Kempson, Carmel McSharry, Rolf Saxon, Antonia Pemberton, John Cater, Peter Copley, Patrick Stewart, Gerry Cowper, Ann Way, Patsy Rowlands
In this made-for-TV version of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel, Ricky Schroder plays young Ceddie Errol who lives with his widowed mother (Connie Booth) in lower-class Manhattan. Ceddie learns that he is heir to his grandfather the Earl of Dorincourt's (Alec Guinness) fortune when the Earl invites Ceddie and his mother to move to his estate in England. Upon arrival in England, his mother realizes that the Earl hates almost everyone, but Ceddie sees only the good in him, and the Earl begins to try living up to this new image. Problems do ensue, but, by story's end, Ceddie and the Earl have both learned many lessons about life.
|Lonesome Dove 1989 TV, 360 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Western
Director: Simon Wincer
Cast: Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Danny Glover, Diane Lane, Robert Urich, Frederic Forrest, D.B. Sweeney, Rick Schroder, Anjelica Huston, Chris Cooper, Timothy Scott, Glenne Headly, Barry Corbin, William Sanderson, Barry Tubb
Now here we have a true epic of the Old West. Originally a TV miniseries, this film tells the story of retired Texas Rangers Gus and Woodrow (Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones) who seek one more adventure as they decide to drive a (re-stolen from Mexico) herd of cattle to Montana. And adventure they get as they proceed with their diverse crew. 4 User Reviews
|Flawless Western||Cosette 06/28/2011 |
| I didn't expect to like this film, but because of the superb acting and excellent story line, I was hooked within the first 10 minutes. Honestly, I dont know who gave the greater performance, Robert Duvall or Tommy Lee Jones, with their endless bickering in those wonderful twangy Texas accents. It seemed to be the American West as it truly was, in all its dust and beauty, and the characters were not the ususal one-dimensional stereoptypes so often offered up in the typical western. The supporting cast was excellent and the film kept several story lines beautifully intertwined. My only complaint is that Lonesome Dove had to come to an end. And, as a previous reviewer wrote, I cried, too.|
|DeniseMarie 11/07/2010 |
| Absolutely the best movie I've ever seen. It should go down in History. And it will be a classic. Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones, Angelica Huston, Diane Lane, Rick Schroder, OMG, they are all so great!! I felt like I knew each character personally. I cry each time I watch it.|
|Anonymous 04/17/2010 |
| great story and acting. Diane Lane is every man's dream - past and present. Duvall and Tommy lee Jones give rivetting performances as does Diane, of course.|
|pretty_gypsyrose 02/04/2007 |
| In my opinion, this movie will go down in history as one of the best movies of the century. Robert Duvall done an exellent portrayal of Gus.|
|Poolhall Junkies 2002 R, 94 min.|
Director: Gregory "Mars" Martin
Cast: Chazz Palminteri, Rick Schroder, Rod Steiger, Michael Rosenbaum, Gregory "Mars" Martin, Alison Eastwood, Christopher Walken, Phillip Glasser, Anson Mount, Richard Portnow
After 15 years away from the world of professional pool sharking, Johnny (Gregory "Mars" Martin) returns to face his estranged mentor, Joe (Chazz Palminteri). High stakes games of pool in smoke filled rooms climax in a final showdown with lives and fortunes at stake.
|Return to Lonesome Dove 1993 TV, 300 min.|
Genre: Drama / Western
Director: Mike Robe
Cast: Jon Voight, Barbara Hershey, Rick Schroder, Louis Gossett Jr., William Petersen, Oliver Reed, Reese Witherspoon, Dennis Haysbert, Timothy Scott, CCH Pounder, Chris Cooper, Nia Peeples, William Sanderson, Barry Tubb, David Carpenter
This made-for-TV sequel to the highly successful original miniseries "Lonesome Dove" has a new cast, and the story is not based on the novel of Larry McMurtry. Ex-Texas Ranger Woodrow Call (Jon Voight, replacing Tommy Lee Jones) buries his friend Gus at Lonesome Dove and gathers a group of cowboys to help drive a herd of Mustangs from Texas to his Montana ranch. And the saga begins.
|A Son's Promise 1990 TV, 97 min.|
Director: John Korty
Cast: Rick Schroder, Donald Moffat, Veronica Cartwright, Stephen Dorff, Andrew Lowery, Boyd Gaines, Andy Stahl, David Andrews, Bob Hannah, Danny Nelson, Dan Biggers, Joe Inscoe, Edith Ivey, Ken Strong, Jim Peck
Fifteen-year-old Terry (Rick Schroder) promises his dying mother (Veronica Cartwright) that he will keep the family of seven boys together. This made-for-TV tale follows Terry through the good times and bad times in keeping his promise by taking on the role of their parent and raising his younger brothers.
|What We Did That Night 1999 TV, 90 min.|
aka: Murder at Devil's Glen
Director: Paul Shapiro
Cast: Rick Schroder, Jack Noseworthy, Michael Easton, Jayce Bartok, Jennifer Jostyn, Tara Reid, Jillian Berard, Andi Matheny, Karina Logue, Kai Soremekun
A practical joke resulted in the death of a fraternity brother. The body was buried, and most of the group became successful businessmen. One, Henry (Rick Schroder), did not fare as well and ended up in prison. Now out of prison, Henry seeks revenge and threatens to reveal their secret.
|1. Across the Tracks (1991)|
2. Black Cloud (2004)
3. Call of the Wild (1993)
4. The Champ (1979)
5. Consequence (2003)
6. Crimson Tide (1995)
7. The Earthling (1980)
8. Face of Terror (2003)
9. Get Him to the Greek (2010)
10. The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (1980)
11. Little Lord Fauntleroy (1980)
12. Lonesome Dove (1989)
13. Poolhall Junkies (2002)
14. Return to Lonesome Dove (1993)
15. A Son's Promise (1990)
16. What We Did That Night (1999)
aka: Murder at Devil's Glen
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