|Danger Beneath the Sea 2001 TV, 93 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: Jon Cassar
Cast: Casper Van Dien, Gerald McRaney, Stewart Bick, Ron White, Tammy Isbell, Vince Corazza, Paul Essiembre, Dominic Zamprogna, Michael McLachlan, Jim Thorburn, Joel Gordon
The Executive Officer, Commander Albert Kenner (Stewart Bick), of a nuclear fast attack submarine is upset that Commander Miles Sheffield (Casper Van Dien) was named the Commanding Officer. Kenner's opportunity to take over the ship (with sympathetic crew members) arrives when it appears that a nuclear exchange has taken place, though it was a failed missile test. Sheffield is drugged, and Kenner is about to launch nuclear weapons from their position in the Western Pacific. Can the Commanding Officer stop this, or can the Admiral have the ship sunk before launch? Made for TV.
|Day One 1989 TV, 141 min.|
Director: Joseph Sargent
Cast: Brian Dennehy, David Strathairn, Michael Tucker, Hume Cronyn, Richard Dysart, Hal Holbrook, Barnard Hughes, John McMartin, David Ogden Stiers, Anne Twomey, Ron White, Ron Frazier, Olek Krupa, Gary Reineke, Tony Shalhoub
In this strong made-for-TV film, the story about the men who made the Atomic Bomb is told, as well as the political and morality struggles concerning its use. General Groves (Brian Dennehy) heads up the Manhattan Project and works diligently toward the single goal of building the ultimate weapon. He appoints Robert Oppenheimer (David Strathairn) to head up the Los Alamos Laboratory in New Mexico. Oppenheimer questions the consequences of their efforts but continues on to the final goal. Now it is time to drop the bomb, and the scientists witness the gruesome consequences of their efforts.
|Intersection 1994 R, 98 min.|
Director: Mark Rydell
Cast: Richard Gere, Lolita Davidovich, Sharon Stone, Martin Landau, David Selby, Jennifer Morrison, Ron White, Tom Heaton, Matthew Walker, Scott Bellis
Partners (Richard Gere and Sharon Stone) in an architectural firm are also married; however, their lives are emotionally empty. Enter the girlfriend (Lolita Davidovich) who presents the dilemma for Gere: should he go back to his wife and daughter or leave them for happiness with his new love interest? Set in the Pacific Northwest, this film's scenery is the film's highlight as it provides the setting for a romantic triangle. Beyond that, this soaper will only appeal to the affectionate few.
|Jasper, Texas 2003 R, 114 min.|
Director: Jeff Byrd
Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., Jon Voight, Joe Morton, Emily Yancy, Bokeem Woodbine, Blu Mankuma, Roy T. Anderson, Karen Robinson, Michelle Moffatt, Demor Barnes, Ron White, Eugene Clark, Samantha Bee
This Showtime film is based on events that transpired after three White men dragged a Black man to death after tying him to their pickup truck in 1998. A media frenzy stormed through Jasper–straining relationships, including those of the White sheriff (Jon Voight) and the town's first Black mayor (Louis Gossett Jr.).
|Race to Freedom: The Underground Railroad 1994 TV, 91 min.|
aka: Underground to Canada
Director: Don McBrearty
Cast: Janet Bailey, Courtney B. Vance, Glynn Turman, Dawnn Lewis, Michael Riley, Ron White, James Blendick, Tim Reid, Alfre Woodard, Ron Small, Peter Boretski, Ron Hartmann, James B. Douglas, Jennifer Phipps, Joseph Ziegler
The Underground Railroad was a network of caring people who helped slaves escape their bondage and flee to Canada. This film follows one group of slaves as they head north, facing dangers along the way.
|Screamers 1995 R, 107 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Christian Duguay
Cast: Peter Weller, Roy Dupuis, Jennifer Rubin, Andrew Lauer, Charles Edwin Powell, Ron White, Michael Caloz, Liliana Komorowska, Jason Cavalier, Leni Parker, Sylvain Masse, Henry Ramer, Bruce Boa, Tom Berry
The year is 2078 on the far-away planet Sirius 6B, and robots that scream when they attack threaten the human race. The robots were created by scientists to kill enemies, but they have evolved into human forms that make it impossible to differentiate between them and real humans. When Commander Hendricksson (Peter Weller) and his followers set off to confront the robots in a fight to the finish, will Hendricksson be able to identify the Screamers that are now among his soldiers?
|Shadow Zone: The Undead Express 1996 PG-13, 98 min.|
Genre: Horror / Drama
Director: Stephen Williams
Cast: Ron Silver, Chauncey Leopardi, Natanya Ross, Tony T. Johnson, Sherry Miller, Ron Lea, Ron White, Frank Moore, Wes Craven, Linda Carter, Derwin Jordan, Norma Dell'Agnese, Henry Chan, Wayne McNamara, Michael Rhoades
In this made-for-TV film, teenager Zach (Chauncey Leopardi) loves horror movies–until he takes a ride on the New York subway and befriends a vampire, Valentine (Ron Silver). Now, Zach is escorted through an underground world filled with danger from which Zach finally manages to escape.
|1. Danger Beneath the Sea (2001)|
2. Day One (1989)
3. Guilty as Sin (1993)
4. Intersection (1994)
5. Jasper, Texas (2003)
6. Race to Freedom: The Underground Railroad (1994)
aka: Underground to Canada
7. Screamers (1995)
8. Shadow Zone: The Undead Express (1996)
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