The Thirteenth Floor movie trailer - starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Dennis Haysbert, Gretchen Mol, Craig Bierko, Steve Schub. Directed by Josef Rusnak. Genre: Sci-Fi
Sequel pits Axel Foley against a gang of well heeled power broker arms dealers. Murphey and Reinhold provide the laughs.
Tom Wolfe's factual account of the brave men who participated in the early years of our space program. Nominated for Best Picture Academy Award!
After 25 years, a man is finally freed from the spell of an ancient magical board game. But the kids who saved him accidentally unleash a horde of wild jungle animals, threatening their hometown with destruction.
Unfunny comedy about an army tank operator who goes to Kuwait to try out new weaponry. Murphy publicly regretted getting involved in this bomb!
When the Secretary of Defense murders his mistress, a conspiracy is set into motion that leads directly to naval hero Tom Farrell (Kevin Costner.) But can he prove his innocence before it’s too late? Also starring Gene Hackman and Sean Young.
The first astronauts fight for their place in space in The Right Stuff (1983), the film version of the book by Tom Wolfe.
Early in the astronaut selection process, the head nurse (Jane Dornacker) instructs the trainees (Dennis Quaid, Lance Henriksen, Scott Paulin, Fred Ward, Scott Glenn and last, Charles Frank and Ed Harris) in a lung capacity test, in Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff, 1983.
The first vignette with the first future astronaut, Gordon Cooper (Dennis Quaid) and wife Trudy (Pamela Reed) arriving Edwards Air Force Base, 1953, in The Right Stuff, 1983, from the Tom Wolfe book.
Dropped from a B-29, Chuck Yeager (Sam Shepard) piloting the X1, in director Philip Kaufman's dramatization of the official breaking of the sound barrier, October 1947, Yeager's wife (Barbara Hershey) and pals (William Russ, Kim Stanley) observing, early in The Right Stuff, 1983.
Ensemble scene, the Mercury astronauts (Dennis Quaid, Fred Ward, Scott Paulin, Charles Frank, Ed Harris as John Glenn, Scott Glenn as Alan Shepard) confront the chief scientist (Scott Beach) about their capsule, in Philip Kaufman's The Right Stuff, 1983.
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