|Good Fences 2003 R, 110 min.|
Director: Ernest R. Dickerson
Cast: Danny Glover, Whoopi Goldberg, Zachary Simmons, Ryan Michelle Bathe, Ashley Archer, Mo'Nique, Marie Cruz, Vincent McCurdy-Clark, Matthew Brown, Chris Collins, Norma Dell'Agnese, Roger Dunn
Tom (Danny Glover) has worked hard to make a name for himself as a successful African-American attorney. After winning a big case, his promotion allowed the family to move to an upscale suburb. But new challenges lie ahead when the neighbors don't take to African-Americans in their midst
|Homecoming 1996 PG, 105 min.|
Director: Mark Jean
Cast: Anne Bancroft, Kimberlee Peterson, Bonnie Bedelia, Trever O'Brien, Hanna Hall, William Greenblatt, Anna Louise Richardson, Scott Michael Campbell, Jacque Lynn Colton, R.D. Reid, Roger Dunn, Richard Fitzpatrick
The Tillerman children are orphaned when their mother disappears. They hit the road in search of their grandmother who has been estranged from the family. They locate her, but the loner grandmother Abigail (Anne Bancroft) is reluctant to take them in. It's going to take work for the children to soften her up.
|Nuremberg 2000 TV, 175 min.|
Director: Yves Simoneau
Cast: Alec Baldwin, Jill Hennessy, Brian Cox, Michael Ironside, Christopher Plummer, Max von Sydow, Matt Craven, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Scott Gibson, Colm Feore, Christopher Shyer, Frank Moore, Roger Dunn, David McIlwraith, Herbert Knaup
Alec Baldwin performs admirably as Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson to whom fell the responsibility of prosecuting Nazi war criminals Hermann Goring (Brian Cox), Rudolf Hess (Colm Feore), and Albert Speer (Herbert Knaup). A good reenactment of history and lessons that must never be forgotten.
|Owning Mahowny 2003 R, 107 min.|
Director: Richard Kwietniowski
Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Minnie Driver, Maury Chaykin, John Hurt, Sonja Smits, Ian Tracey, Roger Dunn, Jason Blicker, K.C. Collins, Vince Corazza, Eric Fink, Michael Caruana, Matthew Ferguson, Conrad Dunn, Janine Theriault
Based on a true, Canadian bank-fraud case, this story revolves around compulsive gambler/bank manager Dan Mahony (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who finds a unique solution to his money woes.
|Prom Night III: The Last Kiss 1989 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Comedy
Director: Ron Oliver, Peter Simpson
Cast: Tom Conlon, Cynthia Preston, David Stratton, Courtney Taylor, Dylan Neal, Jeremy Ratchford, Roger Dunn, George Chuvalo, Tom Nursall, Juno Mills Cockell, Lesley Kelly, Terry Doyle, Robert Collins, Nicole Evans, Sabrina Boudot
There's a little comedy mixed with the horror in this sequel as Mary Lou (Courtney Taylor) again returns to Hamilton High. But, this time it's for love, not revenge, as she is after student Alex Grey(Tom Conlon). People who get in the way of his success are dealt with "severely."
|1. Good Fences (2003)|
2. Homecoming (1996)
3. Nuremberg (2000)
4. Owning Mahowny (2003)
5. Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1989)
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