|Blind Fury 1989 R, 86 min.|
Director: Phillip Noyce
Cast: Rutger Hauer, Brandon Call, Terry O'Quinn, Lisa Blount, Randall "Tex" Cobb, Noble Willingham, Meg Foster, Nick Cassavetes, Rick Overton, Sho Kosugi, Paul James Vasquez, Julia Gonzalez, Woody Watson, Alex Morris, Charles Cooper
Blindness is the gimmick employed when a sightless swordsman uses his martial-arts skills in a quest against evil. The swordsman is based on a blind Samurai, Zatoichi, who made Japanese movies in the 1960s.
|Eye of God 1996 R, 84 min.|
Director: Tim Blake Nelson
Cast: Martha Plimpton, Kevin Anderson, Hal Holbrook, Nick Stahl, Mary Kay Place, Chris Freihofer, Woody Watson, Margo Martindale
This story is set in the Bible belt town of Kingfisher, Oklahoma and involves a few story lines. Aimsley DuPree (Martha Plimpton) is a lonely waitress who wrote to prisoner Jack Stillings (Kevin Anderson). Jack found God during his incarceration, and when released he and Aimsley married and now Aimsley is pregnant. Another focus is on a troubled boy, Tom Spencer (Nick Stahl), who cannot speak of the brutal crime he witnessed despite kind interrogation from Sheriff Sam Rogers (Hal Holbrook).
|Sarah, Plain and Tall 1991 TV, 98 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama
Director: Glenn Jordan
Cast: Glenn Close, Christopher Walken, Lexi Randall, Malgorzata Zajaczkowska, Jon DeVries, Christopher Bell, James Rebhorn, Woody Watson, Betty Laird, Kara Beth Taylor, Marc Penney, Larry Moran
In this Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation, Sarah (Glenn Close) is a spinster living in Maine who answers an advertisement for a mail-order bride. As a result, she heads for Kansas to be the wife of a widower, Jacob Witting (Christopher Walken), who has two children in need of loving care. Sequel: "Skylark."
|Skylark 1993 TV, 98 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama
Director: Joseph Sargent
Cast: Glenn Close, Christopher Walken, Lexi Randall, Christopher Bell, Margaret Sophie Stein, Jon DeVries, Elizabeth Wilson, Lois Smith, Lee Richardson, James Rebhorn, Tresa Hughes, Woody Watson, Anne Swift, T. Max Graham, Betty Laird
A sequel to "Sarah, Plain and Tall," this Hallmark Hall of Fame production continues the story of the mail order bride, Sarah (Glenn Close), from Maine and her trials encountered living in drought-ridden Kansas with her new husband Jacob (Christopher Walken) during the early 1900s.
|The Stars Fell on Henrietta 1995 PG, 110 min.|
Director: James Keach
Cast: Robert Duvall, Aidan Quinn, Frances Fisher, Brian Dennehy, Francesca Eastwood, Woody Watson, Victor Wong, Park Overall, Billy Bob Thornton, Spencer Garrett, Joe Stevens, Kaytlyn Knowles, Lexi Randall, Paul Lazar, Zach Grenier
Mr. Cox (Robert Duvall) is a down-on-his-luck Texas oil driller who is convinced there is money to be made on the land of hard-working farm couple Don and Cora Day (Aidan Quinn and Frances Fisher). Cox uses his wiles in order to convince Don to drill for oil on his land. Another great performance by Duvall.
|Universal Soldier: The Return 1999 R, 85 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Mic Rodgers
Cast: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michael Jai White, Heidi Schanz, Xander Berkeley, Justin Lazard, Kiana Tom, Daniel von Bargen, James Black, Karis Paige Bryant, Bill Goldberg, Brent Anderson, Brent Hinkley, Woody Watson, Jacqueline Klein, Maria Arita
The Universal Soldiers–deceased Vietnam combat troops that have been resurrected into cyberwarriors–rise in rebellion when the military's supercomputer, SETH (Michael Jai White), that controls the soldiers goes haywire upon news of a projected downsizing of the troops. To the rescue comes Luc Devereaux (Jean-Claude Van Damme), a former Universal Soldier and the only one capable of battling the rebels.
|1. Blind Fury (1989)|
2. Eye of God (1996)
3. Sarah, Plain and Tall (1991)
4. Skylark (1993)
5. The Stars Fell on Henrietta (1995)
6. Universal Soldier: The Return (1999)
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