|Breach 2007 PG-13, 110 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Billy Ray
Cast: Chris Cooper, Ryan Phillippe, Laura Linney, Caroline Dhavernas, Gary Cole, Dennis Haysbert, Kathleen Quinlan, Bruce Davison, Jonathan Watton, Tom Barnett, Jonathan Potts, David Huband, Scott Gibson
Based on the true story of treasonous FBI agent Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper), this drama involves his success in feeding secrets to the Soviet Union for over 20 years. The film's focus is on the turning point of Hanssen's work as a traitor when bureau rookie Eric O'Neill (Ryan Phillippe) is assigned to spy on him. Despite putting a strain on his marriage and forcing him to reconsider working for the FBI, O'Neill does gain Hanssen's trust and brings about his downfall.
|Framed 2002 TV, 91 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action
Director: Daniel Petrie Jr.
Cast: Rob Lowe, Sam Neill, Alicia Coppola, Dorian Harewood, Janet Wright, Scott Gibson, Kandyse McClure, Peter MacNeill, Chad Bruce, Stewart Bick, Daniel Boitiau, Kim Bourne, Ryan Rajendra Black, Miriam Bernstein, Philip Akin
This made-for-TV offering follows NYC policeman Mike Santini (Rob Lowe) as he and his family head to the Bahamas for a vacation. There, Mike sees Eddie Meyers (Sam Neill), a fugitive from NY and the head of a money-laundering scheme. Eddie uses all techniques at his disposal to corrupt the honest Mike. Adapted from a 1992 film with Timothy Dalton as Eddie.
|Heartstopper 2006 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Bob Keen
Cast: James Binkley, Meredith Henderson, Nathan Stephenson, Robert Englund, Laura DeCarteret, Mark Day, Michael Cram, Scott Gibson, Ted Ludzik, Lori Hallier, John Bayliss, Celine Lepage
Depressed Sara (Meredith Henderson) fails at her suicide attempt and ends up in a hospital where Sheriff Berger (Robert Englund) has delivered serial killer Chambers (James Binkley)–after his execution–to the hospital's morgue. During the very dark and stormy night, Chambers finds himself to be alive and goes on a rampage through the hospital. Nurse Grafton (Laura DeCarteret) and a patient, Walter (Nathan Stephenson), join Sara in an attempt to escape becoming Chambers' next victims.
|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.
|The Skulls 2000 PG-13, 105 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Rob Cohen
Cast: Joshua Jackson, Paul Walker, Hill Harper, Leslie Bibb, Christopher McDonald, Steve Harris, William Petersen, Craig T. Nelson, David Asman, Scott Gibson, Nigel Bennett, Jennifer Melino, Andrew Kraulis, Derek Aasland, Noah Danby
Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) enters a secret society, "The Skulls," at Yale. After numerous questionable episodes (including the suspicious suicide of Luke's roommate Will Beckford (Hill Harper), Luke realizes that his own life is in danger.
|1. Breach (2007)|
2. Framed (2002)
3. Heartstopper (2006)
4. Nuremberg (2000)
5. The Skulls (2000)
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