|Best Seller 1987 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Thriller
Director: John Flynn
Cast: James Woods, Brian Dennehy, Victoria Tennant, Allison Balson, Paul Shenar, George Coe, Anne Pitoniak, Mary Carver, Sully Boyar, Kathleen Lloyd, Charles Tyner, E. Brian Dean, Jeffrey Josephson, Edward Blackoff, Branscombe Richmond
A popular author/cop, Dennis Meechum (Brian Dennehy), forms a strange bond with a hit man, Cleve (James Woods), who wants him to write his biography. As they travel around to get statements and evidence, they encounter forces that try to prevent the story from being told.
|Car Wash 1976 PG, 97 min.|
Director: Michael Schultz
Cast: Franklyn Ajaye, Sully Boyar, Richard Brestoff, George Carlin, Richard Pryor, The Pointer Sisters, Bill Duke, Antonio Fargas, Brooke Adams, Clarence Muse, Jack Kehoe, DeWayne Jessie, Pepe Serna, Melanie Mayron, Garrett Morris
A day in the multiracial lives of customers and employees of the Dee-Luxe Car Wash in L.A. is the basis for this 1970s' ensemble piece. Cheapskate Mr. B. (Sully Boyar) owns the car wash, and those who work or hang out there include T.C. (Franklyn Ajaye), Irwin (Richard Brestoff), Marsha (Melanie Mayron), a taxi driver (George Carlin), and a preacher (Richard Pryor)–all of whom provide entertainment about one day in the '70s.
|Dog Day Afternoon 1975 R, 130 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Comedy
Director: Sidney Lumet
Cast: Al Pacino, John Cazale, Charles Durning, Carol Kane, Chris Sarandon, Sully Boyar, Penelope Allen, James Broderick, Gary Springer, Lance Henriksen, Marcia Jean Kurtz, John Marriott, Estelle Omens, Sandra Kazan, Amy Levitt
In order to finance a sex-change operation, Sonny (Al Pacino) and his accomplice Sal (John Cazale) attempt to rob a bank. But, the bank vault is empty, and now the bank is surrounded by police. Sonny's solution: hold the bank employees hostage–not a good idea because events quickly get out of control. The film is excellent as it touches emotions from comedy to pathos. The film received several Academy Award nominations including Best Picture, Actor (Pacino), Director, and Supporting Actor (Chris Sarandon) and won the award for Best Writing.
|Fort Apache, The Bronx 1981 R, 125 min.|
Director: Daniel Petrie
Cast: Paul Newman, Edward Asner, Ken Wahl, Danny Aiello, Rachel Ticotin, Pam Grier, Kathleen Beller, Michael Higgins, Sully Boyar, Irving Metzman, Tito Goya, Miguel Pinero, Jaime Tirelli, Dominic Chianese, Paul Gleason
Veteran police officers Murphy (Paul Newman) and Corelli (Ken Wahl) work as partners in the crime-ridden South Bronx area of NYC. The new precinct captain, Connolly (Edward Asner), arrives on the scene determined to put an end to the violence in the precinct. He promotes violent efforts by the police against the Bronx citizens, and Murphy tries to convince his superiors that police violence will not solve the problems. After fellow police officer Morgan (Danny Aiello) kills a street kid, Murphy and the other officers are told to ignore the brutal act. Murphy cannot abide by the directive and, as a result, becomes an outcast on the police force. This story is based on true experiences.
|In the Soup 1992 R, 93 min.|
Director: Alexandre Rockwell
Cast: Steve Buscemi, Seymour Cassel, Jennifer Beals, Pat Moya, Will Patton, Jim Jarmusch, Carol Kane, Sully Boyar, Steven Randazzo, Stanley Tucci, Elizabeth Bracco, Rockets Redglare
Five-hundred pages of script, no money to get it produced, nor enough money to pay the rent on his sleazy NYC tenement is the plight of Aldolpho (Steve Buscemi). He's also interested in his standoffish neighbor Angelica (Jennifer Beals). Aldolpho advertises in the hopes of finding a backer, and his ad is answered by Joe (Seymour Cassel), a con artist. Together they search for money–often using illegal means–in this dark comedy.
|Izzy and Moe 1985 TV, 92 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Jackie Cooper
Cast: Jackie Gleason, Art Carney, Cynthia Harris, Zohra Lampert, Drew Snyder, Nicholas J. Giangiulio, Dick Laressa, William Hickey, Rick Washburn, Jesse Doran, Karen Ashley, Sully Boyar, Roy Brocksmith, Tracy Sallows, Peter Jason
Ex-vaudevillians Izzy (Jackie Gleason) and Moe (Art Carney) find work during the 1920s as prohibition enforcement agents. Using their acting talents, they become highly effective in their work–enough to get the attention of the Mob–and corrupt cops as well. This made-for-TV film is based on a true story.
|The Jazz Singer 1980 PG, 115 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama
Director: Richard Fleischer
Cast: Neil Diamond, Laurence Olivier, Lucie Arnaz, Catlin Adams, Franklyn Ajaye, Paul Nicholas, Sully Boyar, Mike Kellin, James Booth, Luther Waters, Rod Gist, Walter Janovitz, Janet Brandt, John Witherspoon
Cantor Rabinovitch (Laurence Olivier) wishes a different life for his son Yussel (Neil Diamond) when Yussel leaves his family behind in New York City and travels to Los Angeles. He hooks up with recording company executive Molly (Lucie Arnaz) who promotes his career. Stardom is just around the corner when Yussel–now known as Jess Robin–realizes that leaving his synagogue and family just might have been a mistake.
|The Kidnapping of the President 1980 R, 113 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: George Mendeluk
Cast: William Shatner, Hal Holbrook, Van Johnson, Ava Gardner, Maury Chaykin, Miguel Fernandes, Michael Kane, Jackie Burroughs, Cindy Girling, Elizabeth Shepard, Michael J. Reynolds, Gary Reineke, Sully Boyar, Ken Anderson, Patrick Brymer
While on a campaign stop in Toronto, the President of the U.S., Adam Scott (Hal Holbrook), is kidnapped by South American terrorist Roberto Assanti (Miguel Fernandes) and his partner Linda Steiner (Cindy Girling). Assanti handcuffs himself to Scott and then claims that he is wired with explosives ready to detonate if demands are not met. Secret Service agent Jerry O'Connor (William Shatner) heads up the rescue team. Van Johnson and Ava Gardner play Vice-President Ethan Richards and his wife Beth.
|The King of Marvin Gardens 1972 R, 103 min.|
Director: Bob Rafelson
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Bruce Dern, Ellen Burstyn, Julia Anne Robinson, Scatman Crothers, John P. Ryan, Sully Boyar, Josh Mostel, Garry Goodrow, Arnold Williams, Charles LaVine, William Pabst, Imogene Bliss, Ann Thomas, Tom Overton
David (Jack Nicholson) is a Philadelphia radio talk show host who travels home to Atlantic City at the request of his brother Jason (Bruce Dern) who tells David about his scheme to make easy money in an Atlantic City swindle. David is planning to open a resort on a Hawaiian island and is including his friend Sally (Ellen Burstyn) and her stepdaughter Jessica (Julia Anne Robinson) in his plans. David goes along with the scheme, and a tragic lesson will be learned when the plans fail.
|The Lemon Sisters 1990 PG-13, 93 min.|
Director: Joyce Chopra
Cast: Diane Keaton, Carol Kane, Kathryn Grody, Elliott Gould, Ruben Blades, Aidan Quinn, Estelle Parsons, Richard Libertini, Sully Boyar, Bill Boggs
Eloise, Franki, and Nola (Diane Keaton, Carol Kane, and Kathryn Grody) have been best friends in Atlantic City since childhood and currently moonlight as a not-too-successful singing trio, the Lemon Sisters. They are always on the lookout for money schemes so they can get their own club, but have been unsuccessful. When Eloise and Nola strike it rich by selling their small businesses to a casino developer, things change for all.
|The Manhattan Project 1986 PG-13, 117 min.|
Director: Marshall Brickman
Cast: John Lithgow, Christopher Collet, Cynthia Nixon, Jill Eikenberry, Gregg Edelman, Robert Sean Leonard, Sully Boyar, John Mahoney, Richard Council, Robert Schenkkan
In order to take a stand on their concerns about a neighboring nuclear plant, two teenagers (Christopher Collet and Cynthia Nixon) steal plutonium and set out to produce their own atomic bomb.
|Oliver's Story 1978 PG, 92 min.|
Director: John Korty
Cast: Ryan O'Neal, Candice Bergen, Nicola Pagett, Ed Binns, Ray Milland, Swoosie Kurtz, Charles Haid, Kenneth McMillan, Josef Sommer, Benson Fong, Sully Boyar, Meg Mundy
This sequel to "Love Story" again stars Ryan O'Neal as Oliver Barrett IV, but now he is looking for a new love following the death of his "Love means never having to say you are sorry" wife.
|The Panic in Needle Park 1971 PG, 110 min.|
Director: Jerry Schatzberg
Cast: Al Pacino, Kitty Winn, Alan Vint, Richard Bright, Raul Julia, Paul Sorvino, Joe Santos, Sully Boyar, Michael McClanathan, Larry Marshall
Set in New York City, this is the story of young drug addicts (Al Pacino and Kitty Winn) whose futures are going nowhere as they sink deeper and deeper into the abyss. A well-made film.
|Prizzi's Honor 1985 R, 130 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: John Huston
Cast: Jack Nicholson, Kathleen Turner, Anjelica Huston, William Hickey, John Randolph, Lee Richardson, Robert Loggia, Lawrence Tierney, CCH Pounder, Dick O'Neill, Michael Lombard, Vic Polizos, Raymond Serra, Sully Boyar, Tom Signorelli
Mafia hit man Charley Partanna (Jack Nicholson) falls in love with beautiful Irene Walker (Kathleen Turner). Charley thinks Irene is a tax consultant, but it turns out that she is hit man for a mob, which makes Charley question his loyalty between Irene and the Mafia. As luck would have it, there is a third member, Maerose Prizzi (Angelica Huston), making up this triangle, and she has devious plans for the other two. Angelica Huston won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. There were seven other nominations including Best Picture, Actor (Nicholson), Director, and Supporting Actor (William Hickey).
|Somebody to Love 1994 R, 102 min.|
Director: Alexandre Rockwell
Cast: Rosie Perez, Harvey Keitel, Michael DeLorenzo, Stanley Tucci, Steve Buscemi, Quentin Tarantino, Anthony Quinn, Samuel Fuller, Steven Randazzo, Paul Herman, Gerardo Mejia, Sully Boyar, Elizabeth Bracco, Edward Lynch, Edward Bunker
Three characters–dancer Mercedes (Rosie Perez), gravedigger Ernesto (Michael DeLorenzo), and passe TV cowboy star Harry (Harvey Keitel)–strive for happiness, but their goals do not appear to be in reach. After Ernesto dances with Mercedes, he falls in love with her, but Mercedes is in love with Harry. Ernesto wants to give Mercedes gifts to gain her affection, and when Harry needs $10,000 to divorce his wife, Mercedes asks Ernesto for help. For Ernesto, it is a no-win situation, but he remains hopeful in spite of the disappointments.
|1. Best Seller (1987)|
2. Car Wash (1976)
3. Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
4. Fort Apache, The Bronx (1981)
5. In the Soup (1992)
6. Izzy and Moe (1985)
7. The Jazz Singer (1980)
8. The Kidnapping of the President (1980)
9. The King of Marvin Gardens (1972)
10. Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972)
11. The Lemon Sisters (1990)
12. The Manhattan Project (1986)
13. Oliver's Story (1978)
14. The Panic in Needle Park (1971)
15. Prizzi's Honor (1985)
16. Somebody to Love (1994)
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