|Final Days of Planet Earth 2006 TV, 170 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Sci-Fi / Horror
Director: Robert Lieberman
Cast: Daryl Hannah, Campbell Scott, Gil Bellows, Suleka Mathew, Serge Houde, Beau Starr, Patrick Gilmore, Tygh Runyan, Tina Milo Milivojevic, William MacDonald, Tom Heaton, John Cassini, Mary Black
Strange things are happening in San Francisco, and archaeologist Lloyd Walker (Gil Bellows) and entomologist Marianne Winters (Suleka Mathew) are investigating when they come across an underground colony of insect-like creatures that are planning to enslave mankind. Now Walker finds himself in an all-out effort to save the human race and puts together clues that link the creatures to William Phillips (Campbell Scott) who is the sole survivor of a space mission and is being held captive. Will Walker find Phillips in time to save humanity? And, where exactly does Liz (Daryl Hannah), who is an employee at the mayor's office, really fit into the picture?
|Hidden Agenda 2001 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Marc S. Grenier
Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Maxim Roy, Brigitte Paquette, Christian Paul, Brian D. Wright, Patrick Kerton, Ted Whittall, Serge Houde, Alan Fawcett, Francis X. McCarthy, Harry Standjofski, Andreas Apergis, Jeff Hall, Cas Anvar, Lynne Adams
Ex-FBI agent Jason Price (Dolph Lundgren) has created the Daedalus Network, which furnishes new identities that make people "disappear." When Jason bypasses government authority, FBI bigwig Sam Turgesen (Alan Fawcett) vows to put an end to the Daedalus Network. Meanwhile, Jason uncovers a conspiracy within the agency that puts his own life in danger, and a hit man infiltrates the Daedalus Network and goes on a killing spree leaving Jason in a spot where he can trust no one.
|The Invisible 2007 PG-13, 97 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Drama / Thriller
Director: David S. Goyer
Cast: Justin Chatwin, Margarita Levieva, Marcia Gay Harden, Chris Marquette, Alex O'Loughlin, Callum Keith Rennie, Michelle Harrison, Ryan Kennedy, Andrew Francis, P. Lynn Johnson, Serge Houde, Desiree Zurowski, Mark Houghton, Alex Ferris, Tania Saulnier
Left for dead after being severely beaten, high-school senior Nick Powell (Justin Chatwin) splits into two beings: his spirit and his body. Nick's spirit goes to school the next day and realizes that no one can see, touch, or hear him. Now, Nick must solve the mystery of his predicament if he is to have the chance to live again–and troubled classmate Annie (Margarita Levieva) lies at the core of the solution.
|Lathe of Heaven 2002 TV, 90 min.|
Director: Philip Haas
Cast: James Caan, Lukas Haas, Lisa Bonet, David Strathairn, Sheila McCarthy, Serge Houde, Suzanne Desautels, Belinda Hum, Tetsuro Shigematsu, Jonathan Higgins
This made-for-cable TV remake of Ursula K. LeGuin's novel stars Lukas Haas as the young man whose visions and dreams begin to come true. Trouble lies ahead when he goes to a psychiatrist (James Caan), who has plans for putting the dreams together to form his own Utopia. Stick with the 1980 version.
|Little Men 1997 PG, 98 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama
aka: Louisa May Alcott's Little Men
Director: Rodney Gibbons
Cast: Ben Cook, Mariel Hemingway, Chris Sarandon, Michael Caloz, Ricky Mabe, Michael Yarmush, Gabrielle Boni, Tyler Hynes, B.J. McLellan, Mathew Mackay, Julia Garland, Emma Campbell, Serge Houde, Kathleen Free, James Bradford
The year is 1871, and Jo (Mariel Hemingway) has married Fritz Bhaer (Chris Sarandon), and they run a school for troubled, orphan boys. Their new student Nat (Michael Caloz) has been in trouble in the past but appears to be reforming. Meanwhile, Nat's friend Dan (Ben Cook) has remained on the streets but now comes to Jo's school where he introduces the students to drinking, fighting, and poker. Will Jo find the solution to turning Dan's life around?
|Look Who's Talking Now 1993 PG-13, 97 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Tom Ropelewski
Cast: John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Olympia Dukakis, Lysette Anthony, Danny DeVito, Diane Keaton, George Segal, David Gallagher, Tabitha Lupien, Charles Barkley, John Stocker, Elizabeth Leslie, Sandra P. Grant, Frank C. Turner, Serge Houde
In this second sequel to "Look Who's Talking," there is a new twist to the Ubriacco family: instead of the children, the dogs–Rocks (voice of Danny DeVito) and Daphne (voice of Diane Keaton)–do the talking. These dogs not only talk, they argue with each other all the time. Meanwhile, the children Mikey (David Gallagher) and Julie (Tabitha Lupien) are still living in a strained world with their parents Mollie (Kristie Alley) and James (John Travolta). More troubles fill their lives when James gets a job flying a private plane for business woman Samantha (Lysette Anthony) who has more planned for James than simply flying her airplane.
|Natural Enemy 1997 R, 88 min.|
Director: Douglas Jackson
Cast: Donald Sutherland, William McNamara, Lesley Ann Warren, Joe Pantoliano, Tia Carrere, Christian Tessier, Lenore Zann, Rosemary Dunsmore, Vlasta Vrana, Claudia Besso, Serge Houde, Richard Zeman
Ted (Donald Sutherland) takes a young partner, Jeremy (William McNamara), into his stockbroker business. What Ted doesn't know is that Jeremy's troubled childhood resulted in a killing streak, and Ted's second wife, Sandy (Lesley Ann Warren), who has her own secrets, may be the next victim.
|The Score 2001 R, 124 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Frank Oz
Cast: Robert De Niro, Edward Norton, Marlon Brando, Angela Bassett, Gary Farmer, Paul Soles, Jamie Harrold, Serge Houde, Jean-Rene Ouellet, Martin Drainville, Claude Despins, Richard Waugh, Mark Camacho, Gavin Svensson, Marie-Josee Colburn
Just one last heist is what aging safecracker Nick (Robert De Niro) is thinking when Max (Marlon Brando) talks him into robbing the Montreal Customs House. But, everything rests on the shoulders of Jack (Edward Norton), and Nick is not sure that he is up to handling his part of the deal.
|1. Final Days of Planet Earth (2006)|
2. Hidden Agenda (2001)
3. The Invisible (2007)
4. Lathe of Heaven (2002)
5. Little Men (1997)
aka: Louisa May Alcott's Little Men
6. Look Who's Talking Now (1993)
7. Natural Enemy (1997)
8. The Score (2001)
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