True love collides with real life in the wistful and comic story of a man who continues to talk to his late wife, two years after her death.
An investigative team, armed with state-of-the-art equipment, high-powered weaponry and a biting sense of sarcasm, must work together to defeat Black Lake's most ferocious resident: a 30-foot prehistoric crocodile! Written by David E. Kelley (Ally Mcbeal, Boston Legal), directed by Steve Miner (Halloween H20, Friday The 13th Part 2), and co-starring Betty White as the cantankerous Mrs. Bickerman, this terrifying tale of survival "combines humor and thrills with remarkable deftness" (New York Post).
Boulevard Nights movie trailer - starring Carmen Zapata, Richard Yniguez, Betty Carvalho, Danny De La Paz, Marta Du Bois, Chuco Avila. Genre: Drama
After surviving six years in a Vietnamese POW camp, an American soldier returns to the U.S. only to find his home life in utter chaos - forcing this hero into a life of ill-advised crime.
Lake Placid 2 movie trailer - starring John Schneider, Sam McMurray, Alicia Ziegler, Chad Collins, Joe Holt, Sarah Lafleur. Directed by David Flores. Genre: Horror
Lake Placid 3 movie trailer - starring Michael Ironside, Yancy Butler, Colin Ferguson, Kirsty Mitchell. Genre: Drama
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Big brother Raymond (Richard Yniguez) brings Chuco (Danny De La Paz) for a job interview with Gil (James Victor) in an early scene from director Michael Pressman's Boulevard Nights, 1979.
Shady (Marta Dubois) doesn't join date Raymond (Richard Yniguez) in his enthusiasm for the East L.A. hydraulic car hop in director Michael Pressman's Boulevard Nights, 1979.
Artie (Tom Hulce) drops in the local bar where theater bully Loomis (Mandy Stumpf) gets owned in his attempt to mock musical star Harry Crystal (Frank Langella) in Those Lips, Those Eyes, 1980.
Raymond (Richard Yniguez) comes after Chuco (Danny De La Paz) whose pals are showing him how spray paint isn't just for graffiti in Boulevard Nights, 1979.
Rookie prop-man Artie (Tom Hulce) is being humbled by small town director Sherman Spratt (George Morfogen) when leading man Harry Crystal (Frank Langella) comes to his rescue in Those Lips, Those Eyes, 1980.
Opening sequence from Michael Pressman's Those Lips, Those Eyes, 1980, features Frank Langella as small-time musical star Harry Crystal in make-up and on stage performin In Old New York.
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