|Father & Son: Dangerous Relations 1993 TV, 93 min.|
aka: Dangerous Relations
On the Streets of L.A.
Director: Georg Stanford Brown
Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., Blair Underwood, Rae Dawn Chong, David Harris, Christopher M. Brown, Eddie De Harp, Luke Askew, Clarence Williams III, Tony Plana, Milt Kogan, Paul Carr, Josie Kim, Edgar Small, Robert Dryer, Ric Mancini
A prisoner (Louis Gossett Jr.) is a prison "boss" until a new prisoner (Blair Underwood) challenges him for the leadership role. The new prisoner turns out to be the boss' son and their lives continue to intersect after parole. Made for TV.
|Kiss the Bride 2002 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Vanessa Parise
Cast: Amanda Detmer, Sean Patrick Flanery, Burt Young, Talia Shire, Alyssa Milano, Brooke Langton, Vanessa Parise, Monet Mazur, Johnathon Schaech, Johnny Whitworth, Frances Bay, Frank D'Amico, Lillian Adams, Vanna Salviati, Ric Mancini
Danni (Amanda Detmer) and Tom (Sean Patrick Flanery) are getting married, and her bickering sisters arrive at their parents' home for the celebration. Niki (Brooke Langton) brings rude boyfriend Marty (Johnny Whitworth); wealthy Chrissy (Vanessa Parise) arrives alone; and rock-singer Toni (Monet Mazur) escorts her new lover, Amy (Alyssa Milano). All help to ruin the celebration–for awhile.
|Outrage! 1986 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Walter Grauman
Cast: Robert Preston, Beau Bridges, Burgess Meredith, Linda Purl, Anthony Newley, Mel Ferrer, William Allen Young, Bill Dearth, Steven Marlo, Stan Haze, Brent Jennings, Robert Miano, Myron Natwick, Ric Mancini, Vincent Howard
Based on Henry Denker's bestseller, this TV movie is good watching with a strong cast. Dennis Riordan (Robert Preston) admits to killing his daughter's murderer after the loopholes in the legal system set him free. Riordan hires lawyer Brad Gordon (Beau Bridges), and an excellent courtroom drama unfolds when Gordon challenges Judge Michael Lengel (Mel Ferrer) and the legal system that failed. 1 User Review
|Shame this has not been put on dvd, should have been.||blueberrypie 07/05/2010 |
| Probably his finest and regrettably his last film. Robert Preston played many differing characters, and each one to perfection. This film shows the injustice shown by the court system when his daughter is shot.Not content to sit back and brood, Dad takes matters into his own hands, to show the system for what it is - useless. In doing this, matters take some strange turns and many are shamed as a result but, Dad, gets justice for his daughter in the end.|
|A Streetcar Named Desire 1984 TV, 124 min.|
Director: John Erman
Cast: Ann - Margret, Treat Williams, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid, Rafael Campos, Erica Yohn, Ric Mancini, Raphael Sbarge, Fred Sadoff, Elsa Raven, Tina Menard, Dan Owens
Ann-Margret is at her very best in this good TV remake of the 1951 classic. Ann-Margret takes on the role of the Mississippi Southern belle, Blanche DuBois, who visits her pregnant sister Stella (Beverly D'Angelo) and Stella's working-class husband Stanley Kowalski (Treat Williams) in their rundown, New Orleans French Quarter apartment. Frictions flare between Blanche and Stanley, and the battle of wills between the two leads to problems when Stanley discovers that there is more to Blanche than meets the eye.
|1. Father & Son: Dangerous Relations (1993)|
aka: Dangerous Relations
aka: On the Streets of L.A.
2. Kiss the Bride (2002)
3. Outrage! (1986)
4. A Streetcar Named Desire (1984)
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