From the days of Christopher Reeve to Henry Cavill in 2013's 'Man of Steel,' Superman films remain popular DVD and Blu-Ray items. Canadian Press film expert John McKay looks at a selection of films about the superhero.
A playwright suffering from writer's block plans to do away with a former student of his and plagiarize the young man's promising play. Darkly humorous!
A nuclear submarine becomes stranded on the ocean floor with a limited air supply.
Two witty and intelligent speech writers from different sides of a hotly contested Senate race fall in love. Their budding romance puts them in some sticky situations and at a loss for words.
A Manhattan journalist gets himself in big trouble when the D.A. asks him to produce the imaginary pimp he wrote about.
In a remote part of southern China, a mysterious Westerner appears on a riverbank, completely naked. Taken to the local police station and afterwards to the hospital, he refuses to speak. While the doctors soon resign, the hospital’s orderly, Jiang, befriends the stranger. When Jiang learns that the Westerner is about to be transferred to a mental asylum, he decides to rescue him and takes him to his uncle’s village. There, he accidentally discovers a secret that provides a key to the mysterious stranger's past.
Christopher Reeve was paralyzed following a riding accident, and Perry Gilpin, Todd Bridges and Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes were born.
Chris lives in Superman history and has even met Christopher Reeve, but at what cost to his relationship?
Monsters. Madness. Mayhem. And, of course, the Crypt Keeper's bad puns! Tales from the Crypt returns from the grave once more to reanimate the best in humor and horror, featuring Tom Hanks, Sugar Ray Leonard, Dylan McDermott, Christopher Reeve, 80s rocker Adam Ant and a hot-rodding Brad Pitt in these frightfully fun tales from filmmakers such as Richard Donner, Frank Darabont and Joel Silver.
Everyone's Hero movie trailer - starring Whoopi Goldberg, William H. Macy, Mandy Patinkin, Rob Reiner, Jake T. Austin, Raven. Directed by Colin Brady. Theatrical Release Date: 9/15/2006
When a son with AIDS comes home to die, tension long left buried in his family finally surfaces and must be confronted by all. Reeve's critically praised directorial debut.
Hope In Motion movie trailer - starring Christopher Reeve, Dana Reeve. Directed by Matthew Reeve. Genre: Documentary
Rating: Not Rated