Reese Witherspoon stars in this romantic comedy as a New York fashion designer with a past that holds many secrets, including Jake, the redneck husband she married in high school, who refuses to divorce her.
If you've never seen an aviation movie before in your entire life, you'll be blissfully ignorant of the fact that Memphis Belle shamelessly (and yet gloriously) incorporates just about every cliché in the flight-movie handbook. If you're a big fan of aviation films--especially ones about World War II bomber crews--you'll be glad that the genre's clichés have been handled with such professional flair. As it follows the crew of a B-17 bomber on its final and most dangerous mission over Germany, Memphis Belle may be little more than a slick and highly authentic presentation of familiar thrills and characters, but it's a rousing piece of entertainment. Featuring an ensemble cast of fresh faces who've since enjoyed thriving careers (including Billy Zane, Sean Astin, Eric Stoltz, DB Sweeney and Harry Connick Jr.), the movie exists as a fitting tribute to the men who fought and often died in the air over hostile territory. It's the Hollywood version of a 1944 wartime documentary made by legendary director William Wyler (whose daughter served as one of this film's producers), and as such it's a bit contrived and melodramatic. And yet, this exciting movie is almost certain to grab and hold your attention, offering an honourable reminder of the bravery and integrity that were crucial ingredients of any bomber's crew. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
Nowhere-man Ronny Miller is secretly in love with Cindy Mancini the foxiest most popular girl on campus. When Cindy finds herself in a desperate predicament Ronny steps in to save the day...for a price! Cindy must pose as his girlfriend so that her popularity might rub off on him. What results is a hilarious yet touching series of complications as Ronny and Cindy discover that teenage love and friendship can still survive despite the hassles of peer pressure.
To the disappointment of his wife Carol Ray decides to spend a relaxing week at home and soon gets into trouble with his neighbours - a hefty busybody a freaked-out ex-soldier and a spacey teenager - as they observe the strange happenings next door at the Klopek's bizarre residence. When the neighborhood grouch suddenly disappears the men are convinced the ramshackle house hides some hideous clues. Armed with assault rifles high-powered binoculars and a shovel they decide to see for themselves exactly what is going on in the Klopek place... Tom Hanks portrays suburbanite Ray Peterson whose plans for a peaceful vacation are disturbed by a creepy new family on the block in this outrageous suspense-comedy directed by Joe Dante. Set in an average neighborhood that is anything but average The Burbs blends slapstick comedy and spine-tingling mystery with the type of witty humour that has made Tom Hanks a star.
As Fillmore prepares for its festival panic spreads as a mutated half African King Cobra/half Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake escapes...
Traveling through Nebraska Burt (Peter Horton) and Vicky (Linda Hamilton) stop in a small town to report the death of a child on the highway. There they discover something strange about the community: all the grownups are gone and the children seem to belong to a strange cult. What's worse it's a cult that sacrifices adults to the dreadful 'he who walks behind the rows'... Based on a Stephen King short story.
Vatican Miracle Examiner Collection Miracles don't happen every day. But when something impossible happens that seems to be the work of supernatural forces or higher powers, it's the duty of the Assembly of Saints and their agents to investigate. Their job is to determine whether each incident is explainable via previously undisclosed information, a part of some plot to take advantage of the people's faith, or a genuine miraculous event. Priests Josef Ko Hiraga and Roberto Nicholas specialize in unveiling the truth and unearthing secrets that others might wish to keep buried, but when they're sent to Mexico to investigate reports of a virgin birth, they end up in danger of being buried themselves. Murder, demonic summoning and deals with the devil are just the beginning of a new war against the ultimate darkness.
Jake Peterson is a renegade cop who thrives on the adrenaline rush of danger and fear and is no more at home than when bullets start flying with his insatiable quest for a piece of the action causing him to have a callous disregard for those nearest and dearest to him all but alienating even his closest family. The biggest and baddest criminals come and go as they fall victim to Jake Peterson's own brand of justice and the body count rises in spectacular fashion. Unfortunately for Jake his true sense of loyalty is about severly tested when he thwarts a multi-million dollar drug deal and revenge and retribution are the only focus of the battle hardened high-tech criminals who have suffered as a result of Jake's interference.
Compelled to escape a troubled past and start anew Amy moves to a small town in Massachusetts. She thinks she’s found the perfect refuge within a quiet and peaceful neighbourhood. However it’s not long before she realises that not everything is as it seems…especially at the house across the street. Her first day in her new home she seemingly witnesses a hit and run outside the house; a hit and run that is deftly swept under the rug by the police. Warned away from prying further by the locals and stalked by a man in a black car Amy teams up with rookie police officer Kyle Thaxter to find out what’s going on. The deeper Amy digs the more she puts herself in danger but she just can’t let it go. She’s about to realise that what you don’t know can’t hurt you but what you do know might kill you.
A little girl lies in hospital dying of cancer. Death row inmate Rudy Salazar has the bone marrow that could save her life. When Salazar dissapears en route to the hospital and begins another reign of terror Quin sets out to hunt him down but is under strict orders to keep him alive.
When his girlfriend is kidnapped by an underground prostitution ring, a neighborhood loser clashes with a pimp, Asian gangsters, and renegade killers in this violent tale of love, revenge and power with loads of kinky, feel good laughs.
Stigmata: A lost soul has just received the wounds of Christ...and a shocking message that will alter history. Stunning performances from Patricia Arquette (True Romance) Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects) and Jonathan Pryce (Ronin) and a cutting edge score by Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins and Elia Cmiral make Stigmata a visual and visceral feast. Hellraiser 1: When Frank Cotton solves the mystery of a Chinese puzzle box he enters the world of the Cenobites. A world where these cruel sadists thrive on pain. Written and directed by the brilliant Clive Barker Hellraiser is a film that cannot be ignored. Children Of The Corn: Traveling through Nebraska Burt (Peter Horton) and Vicky (Linda Hamilton) stop in a small town to report the death of a child on the highway. There they discover something strange about the community: all the grownups are gone and the children seem to belong to a strange cult. What's worse it's a cult that sacrifices adults to the dreadful he who walks behind the rows. Based upon a Stephen King short story.
Hellraiser A man is brought partially back to life by the blood of his brother. He befriends his sister-in-law who agrees to supply the blood he requires to live but he is still haunted by the evil forces which held him captive in death. Children Of The Corn In Gatlin Nebraska the corn crop has failed. When a sinister boy comes into the small community preaching a solution the adults need to watch their backs.
The murder rate is as high as an elephant's eye in Children of the Corn, a flaccid adaptation of Stephen King's short story. While driving through Nebraska en route to a new job, medico Burt (Peter Horton) and his wife Vicky (a pre-Terminator Linda Hamilton) nearly run over a mutilated boy who staggers from the cornfields. Seeking help, they enter the town of Gatlin, whose under-20 residents have butchered their parents per the decree of junior-grade holy-roller Isaac (John Franklin), who preaches the word of a being called "He Who Walks Behind the Rows". King's original story (from his 1978 collection Night Shift) was a lean and brutal mélange of Southern-Gothic atmosphere and EC Comics-style gore, which scripter Greg Goldsmith effectively neutralises by adding a youthful narrator (a grating Robbie Kiger) and putting an upbeat spin on the story's morbid conclusion. Fritz Kiersch's direction is TV-movie flat, with the sole inspired moment (hideous religious iconography glimpsed during a bloody "service") delivered as a throwaway. Aside from Horton and Courtney Gains (as Isaac's hatchet man Malachai), the performances are dreadful. The depiction of the monster-God as a sort of giant gopher inspires more laughter than terror. Amazingly, the film spawned six sequels; Franklin (Cousin It in the Addams Family films) later appeared in and wrote 1999's Children of the Corn 666.--Paul Gaita, Amazon.com
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