|The Crazysitter 1995 PG-13, 91 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy
Director: Michael McDonald
Cast: Beverly D'Angelo, Ed Begley Jr., Carol Kane, Brady Bluhm, Rachel Duncan, Phil Hartman, Nell Carter, Lisa Kudrow, Steve Landesberg, Sean Whalen, Tim Bagley, Eric Allan Kramer
The Van Arsdale kids (Brady Bluhm and Rachel Duncan) trick their wealthy parents–Treva (Carol Kane) and Paul (Ed Begley Jr.)–into hiring ex-con Edie (Beverly D'Angelo) as their governess. Edie quickly learns that taking care of the precocious children requires more than she had envisioned and decides to sell them while their parents are abroad. But, by story's end, they become good friends.
|Employee of the Month 2006 PG-13, 103 min.|
Director: Greg Coolidge
Cast: Dane Cook, Jessica Simpson, Dax Shepard, Andy Dick, Tim Bagley, Brian George, Efren Ramirez, Marcello Thedford, Danny Woodburn, Harland Williams, Sean Whalen, Barbara Dodd, Victor Izay
Box-boy Zack (Dane Cook) competes with multiple-winner cashier Vince (Dax Shepard) for Super Club's "Employee of the Month" award after learning that new, beautiful cashier Amy (Jessica Simpson) will only date those who have won Super Club's award.
|The Fluffer 2001 N/R, 94 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Cast: Scott Gurney, Michael Cunio, Roxanne Day, Taylor Negron, Richard Riehle, Tim Bagley, Adina Porter, Ruben Madera, Josh Holland, Mickey Cottrell, Guinevere Turner, Robert Walden, Deborah Harry, Heather Shannon Ryan, David Pevsner
Gay hero worship is the subject of this film featuring Sean (Michael Cunio) as an aspiring filmmaker. Sam is obsessed with gay porn star Johnny Rebel (Scott Gurney). But, when Sean realizes that Johnny is straight and enjoying an affair with stripper Babylon (Roxanne Day), Sean resorts to being Johnny's "fluffer" (one who gets porn stars ready to perform their sex scenes).
|Happy, Texas 1999 PG-13, 104 min.|
Director: Mark Illsley
Cast: Jeremy Northam, Steve Zahn, William H. Macy, Ally Walker, Illeana Douglas, M.C. Gainey, Ron Perlman, Mo Gaffney, Paul Dooley, Tim Bagley
Two escaped cons, Harry Sawyer (Jeremy Northam) and Wayne Wayne Wayne Jr. (Steve Zahn), steal a camper belonging to two gay men who produce beauty pageants. When Sawyer and Wayne arrive in Happy, Texas, they are mistaken for the producers. As two heterosexual men, they quickly enjoy the benefits of their new station in life.
|The Mask 1994 PG-13, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Drama / Fantasy
Director: Chuck Russell
Cast: Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz, Richard Jeni, Peter Riegert, Amy Yasbeck, Peter Greene, Nancy Fish, Ben Stein, Orestes Matacena, Tim Bagley, Johnny Williams, Reg E. Cathey, Jim Doughan, Denis Forest, Joseph Alfieri
Jim Carrey plays mild-mannered bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss who discovers an ancient mask floating in the river that, when worn, turns him into a cartoon character with super-human abilities. The mask is just what Stanley needs to give him the courage to step out of his shell and do anything he wants. He sets out to woo beautiful Tina (Cameron Diaz) who happens to be the girlfriend of gangster Dorian Tyrel (Peter Greene). Tyrel is plotting to rob Stanley's bank and take over the city; however, with his new mask, Stanley now has the power needed to stop Tyrel in his tracks.
|1. The Crazysitter (1995)|
2. Employee of the Month (2006)
3. The Fluffer (2001)
4. Happy, Texas (1999)
5. The Mask (1994)
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