|The Bucket List 2007 PG-13, 97 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Comedy / Drama
Director: Rob Reiner
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Morgan Freeman, Beverly Todd, Sean Hayes, Alfonso Freeman, Rowena King, Rob Morrow, Serena Reeder, Jonathan Mangum, Christopher Stapleton, Annton Berry Jr., Verda Bridges, Alex Trebek
Billionaire, four-times-divorced Edward Perryman Cole (Jack Nicholson) has terminal cancer and is sharing a hospital room with happily married mechanic Carter Chambers (Morgan Freeman) who is also suffering from terminal cancer. They form a friendship, and Edward convinces Carter to join him on a trip to fulfill the bucket list of adventures they want to accomplish before dying. And off they go on a joy ride that includes skydiving, racing cars, and visits to the far corners of the world.
|The Emperor's Club 2002 PG-13, 109 min.|
Director: Michael Hoffman
Cast: Kevin Kline, Emile Hirsch, Embeth Davidtz, Patrick Dempsey, Steven Culp, Rob Morrow, Edward Herrmann, Harris Yulin, Joel Gretsch, Paul Dano
Based on Ethan Canin's short story, "The Palace Thief," this plot revolves around the once-stormy relationship between a Classics teacher and his young student. Today, more than 25 years later, the now-retired teacher, William Hundert (Kevin Kline) and the student, Sedgewick Bell (Emile Hirsch), who is currently a CEO for a major corporation, reunite. Old problems rise to the surface.
|Going Shopping 2005 PG-13, 106 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Henry Jaglom
Cast: Victoria Foyt, Rob Morrow, Lee Grant, Mae Whitman, Bruce Davison, Jennifer Grant, Cynthia Sikes, Martha Gehman, Pamela Bellwood, Juliet Landau, Robert Romanus, Robyn Peterson, Kim Kolarich, Jenny Gabrielle
Successful clothing designer Holly G. (Victoria Foyt) owns an upscale boutique in Santa Monica. But Holly's business manager and lover, Adam (Bruce Davison), has not been paying the rent, and Holly's business is about to go under. Holly already has had more than her share of problems with her mother Winnie (Lee Grant) and daughter Coco (Mae Whitman). So, now she faces big problems in both her personal and professional lives. Mother's Day is approaching, and Holly hopes that a big sale will save her boutique. The customers come, and the story revolves around women's obsessions with shopping and clothing, which are revealed when customers confess their uncontrolled shopping habits–all this and a possible romance for Holly in the form of the boyfriend (Rob Morrow) of one of the shoppers as director Henry Jaglom again deals with subjects of women and their obsessions. "Eating" (1990) and and "Babyfever" (1994) are Jaglom's previous films on these obsessions.
|Into My Heart 1998 N/R, 97 min.|
Director: Sean Smith, Anthony Stark
Cast: Rob Morrow, Claire Forlani, Jake Weber, Jayne Brook, Sebastian Roche, Nora Ariffin, Nelson Martinez, John Doumanian, Harvey Madonick
Friends since early childhood, Ben (Rob Morrow) and Adam (Jake Weber) attended the same prep school and college together. Alan marries his true love, Nina (Claire Forlani), and all goes well–until one fateful Thanksgiving when an affair between Ben and Nina gets underway.
|Labor Pains 2000 R, 89 min.|
Director: Tracy Alexson
Cast: Kyra Sedgwick, Rob Morrow, Lela Rochon, Mary Tyler Moore, Robert Klein, Dann Fink, Patricia Kalember, George F. Miller
Sarah Raymond (Kyra Sedgwick) manages to hide her pregnancy from both the expectant father (Rob Morrow) and her own family–until her best friend, Lulu (Lela Rochon), panics during Sarah's labor and calls everyone. This light-hearted film is also light in the entertainment department.
|Maze 2000 R, 97 min.|
Director: Rob Morrow
Cast: Rob Morrow, Laura Linney, Craig Sheffer, Rose Gregorio, Robert Hogan, Gia Carides, Betsy Aldern, Keenan Shimizu, Matthew Storff, Sheila Zane
Lyle Maze (Rob Morrow), a New York artist suffering from Tourette Syndrome, has only two good friends–Callie (Laura Linney) and Mike (Craig Sheffer). When Mike takes off for seven months to serve in the Doctors Without Borders organization, Callie, pregnant with Mike's child, is left behind. Maze steps in, becomes Callie's birthing coach, and falls in love with her.
|Mother 1996 PG-13, 103 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Albert Brooks
Cast: Albert Brooks, Debbie Reynolds, Rob Morrow, Lisa Kudrow, Isabel Glasser, Peter White, John C. McGinley, Laura Weekes, Paul Collins, Vanessa Williams, Richard Assad, Joey Naber, Danielle Quinn, Spencer Klein, Anne Haney
Neurotic sci-fi writer John Henderson (Albert Brooks) moves back to his family home in hopes of getting to know his mother, Beatrice (Debbie Reynolds) better and solving his personal problems. As one would suspect–he REALLY gets on her nerves, but they end up respecting each other.
|Quiz Show 1994 PG-13, 133 min.|
Director: Robert Redford
Cast: John Turturro, Rob Morrow, Ralph Fiennes, Paul Scofield, David Paymer, Hank Azaria, Christopher McDonald, Paul(2) Guilfoyle, Mira Sorvino, Johann Carlo, Elizabeth Wilson, Allan Rich, Martin Scorsese, Barry Levinson
Now this is a movie! Robert Redford directed this film based on the television quiz show scandals of the 1950s. This movie really captures the more naive era when people still believed what they saw on their television sets. Academy Award nominations were received for Best Picture, Supporting Actor (Paul Scofield), Director, and Writing.
|Sam the Man 2001 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Gary Winick
Cast: Fisher Stevens, Annabella Sciorra, Ron Rifkin, John Slattery, Annika Peterson, Maria Bello, Saverio Guerra, George Plimpton, Griffin Dunne, Alex Porter, Rob Morrow, Luis Guzman, Danielle Ferland, Joshua Dov, Jean-Luke Figueroa
Novelist Sam (Fisher Stevens) has one hit book to his credit but is having trouble coming up with a second one. So, he cheats on his fiancee Cass (Annabella Sciorra), avoids his agent, and looks for ways to pay his rent. When the husband of one of the women he slept with leaves him with cuts and bruises, Sam reevaluates his life.
|The Thin Blue Lie 2000 R, 97 min.|
Director: Roger Young
Cast: Rob Morrow, Randy Quaid, Paul Sorvino, Cynthia Preston, G.W. Bailey, Al Waxman, Beau Starr, Barry Wiggins, Chuck Shamata, Louis Di Bianco, Melissa DiMarco, Bruce McFee, Philip Granger, Hayley Tyson
Based on actual events in 1970s' Philadelphia, this made-for-cable TV entry stars Rob Morrow as journalist Jonathan Neumann who is brought to Philadelphia to provide court coverage for a local newspaper. He immediately comes across a case of a handicapped young man who is found guilty of murder. But, on investigation, he finds out that the man was beaten into the confession by the police, and witnesses were beaten into providing the "correct" testimony. Because of this and other similar cases, he is targeted by the police for harassment. The corruption appears to go all the way up to the mayor's office.
|1. The Bucket List (2007)|
2. The Emperor's Club (2002)
3. Going Shopping (2005)
4. Into My Heart (1998)
5. Labor Pains (2000)
6. Last Dance (1996)
7. Maze (2000)
8. Mother (1996)
9. Private Resort (1985)
10. Quiz Show (1994)
11. Sam the Man (2001)
12. The Thin Blue Lie (2000)
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