A grouchy but lovable retired Air Force colonel and the teenage son of a fighter pilot hi-jack a jet to rescue the boy's father from Middle Eastern captors. Some great air combat and an aircraft carrier full of family values!
A college student returning home finds his friends immersed in L.A.'s affluent drug scene. Unsympathetic characters make for a film that rates only slightly above zero!
After The Sunset movie trailer - starring Pierce Brosnan, Woody Harrelson, Don Cheadle, Salma Hayek, Naomie Harris. Directed by Brett Ratner. Theatrical Release Date: 11/12/2004
Altman's scorching comeback film about a film studio executive in fear for his life, as well as his career. Darkly humorous look at behind-the-scenes Hollywood, with dozens of cameos!
Walking Tall movie trailer - starring Johnny Knoxville, Neal McDonough, Rock, The, Kristen Wilson, John Beasley, Barbara Tarbuck. Directed by Kevin Bray. Theatrical Release Date: 4/2/2004
NBA star Alex English (as Amazing Grace Smith) is introduced as a member of the Boston Celtics, then conferring with his agent Lynn (Jamie Lee Curtis) in director Mike Newell's Amazing Grace and Chuck, 1987.
Having survived an apparent comet-related holocaust in downtown LA, Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart) rushes to the 'burbs to check on her airhead sister Samantha (Kelli Maroney), who hasn't caught on, early in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Sisters Samantha (Kelli Maroney) and Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart) have joined fellow comet-holocaust survivor Hector (Robert Beltran) at a radio station, their signal picked up by jump-suited scientists (Geoffrey Lewis, Mary Woronov et al) we've not met before, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Something went wrong when everyone went out to watch the comet, so the morning after, Los Angeles is desolate, projectionist Larry and girlfriend Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart), having made it in the booth overnight, arise clueless, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Chuck (Joshua Zuelke), the little league refusenik, has a White House chat about nuclear weapons with the wise, old (un-named) President (Gregory Peck) in director Mike Newell's Amazing Grace and Chuck, 1987.
Comically-named Congressman Johnny B. Goode (Dennis Lipscomb) is showing kids around a Montana nuclear site when Chuck (Joshua Zuehlke), son of his fly-boy friend, has difficult questions, in Mike Newell's Amazing Grace and Chuck, 1987.
More of a 50's opening, Michael Hanks the narrator, then credits and music removing any doubt that we're in the 80's, the movie-usher heroine (Catherine Mary Stewart) introduced playing what looks like Atari's Tempest, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
A mosaic featuring different people in Los Angeles all going through different, yet interconnected, personal dramas.
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