|Angie 1994 R, 107 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Martha Coolidge
Cast: Geena Davis, James Gandolfini, Stephen Rea, Aida Turturro, Philip Bosco, Jenny O'Hara, Michael Rispoli, Betty Miller, Susan Jaffe, Jeremy Collins, Robert Conn, Ray Xifo, Rosemary De Angelis, Rae Allen, Ida Bernardini
An engaged couple–Angie and Vinnie (Geena Davis and James Gandolfini)–learns that they are unexpectedly "expecting." In a twist that makes this film work, the bride-to-be begins a new relationship with a very interesting stranger, Noel Riordan (Stephen Rea.
|Brinks: The Great Robbery 1976 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Marvin J. Chomsky
Cast: Carl Betz, Stephen Collins, Burr DeBenning, Michael V. Gazzo, Darren McGavin, Leslie Nielsen, Cliff Gorman, Art Metrano, Jenny O'Hara, Bert Remsen, Jerry Douglas, Laurence Haddon, Philip Kenneally, Byron Mabe, Barney Phillips
The "perfect crime" committed in 1950 was the Boston Brinks holdup–"perfect," that is, until the FBI cracked the case.
|The Color of Courage 1999 PG, 92 min.|
Director: Lee Rose
Cast: Linda Hamilton, Lynn Whitfield, Bruce Greenwood, Roger Guenveur Smith, David Andrews, Jenny O'Hara, Kevin McNulty, Laurie Murdoch, Gannon Brown, Shan Elliot
Based on the 1940 civil rights case, "Sipes v McGhee," this made-for-TV movie relates the struggle of a Detroit black family, the McGhees, to move into an all-white neighborhood.
|Forty Shades of Blue 2005 R, 107 min.|
Director: Ira Sachs
Cast: Rip Torn, Dina Korzun, Darren E. Burrows, Paprika Steen, Red West, Jenny O'Hara, Jerry Chipman, Andrew Henderson, Emily McKenna, Liz Morton, Joanne Pankow, Stuart Greer
Laura (Dina Korzum) is Russian born and raised but now lives in Memphis with music producer Alan James (Rip Torn). The couple has a son, but they are not married, and Laura accepts Alan's philandering because she is thankful he brought her to the United States. At a testimonial dinner for Alan, Laura meets Alan's somewhat estranged son, Michael (Darren E. Burrows), and the two recognize each others' loneliness and bond. The bonding results in an affair that, in turn, leads to personal awakenings for all involved.
|Good Against Evil 1977 TV, 80 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Paul Wendkos
Cast: Dack Rambo, Elyssa Davalos, Richard Lynch, Dan O'Herlihy, John Harkins, Jenny O'Hara, Lelia Goldoni, Peggy McCay, Peter Brandon, Kim Cattrall
When Satan takes Andy's (Dack Rambo) girlfriend Jessica (Elyssa Davalos) from him, Andy seeks the help of a priest (Dan O'Herlihy) to get her back. Another "Exorcist" imitator that is helped by Director Wendkos' fine atmospheric touches.
|Letters from Frank 1979 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Edward Parone
Cast: Art Carney, Maureen Stapleton, Mike Farrell, Lew Ayres, Margaret Hamilton, Michael J. Fox, Gail Strickland, Jenny O'Hara, Blu Mankuma
Newspaperman Frank (Art Carney) is forced into retirement due to a computer taking over his work. Frank bucks the system and, with the help of his wife (Maureen Stapleton), succeeds in his efforts to overturn the decision. Nineteen-year-old Michael J. Fox makes his debut in this good film. (The "letters" referred to in the title are those sent to his oldest son (Mike Farrell) expressing frustrations with his situation.)
|Matchstick Men 2003 PG-13, 117 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Thriller
Director: Ridley Scott
Cast: Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Alison Lohman, Bruce McGill, Bruce Altman, Jenny O'Hara, Steve Eastin, Beth Grant, Sheila Kelley, Fran Kranz, Tim Kelleher, Nigel Gibbs
Con artists–spendthrift Frank Mercer (Sam Rockwell) and obsessive-compulsive Roy Waller (Nicolas Cage)–run into problems when Roy loses his source for medication. Roy sees a psychiatrist who recommends that Roy contact his ex-wife from whom Roy learns of the existence of his 14-year-old, skateboarding daughter, Angela (Alison Lohman). Intrigued and eager to learn the tricks of the trade, Angela moves in with Roy and joins in on Roy and Frank's latest swindle.
|The Return of the World's Greatest Detective 1976 TV, 78 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Mystery
Director: Dean Hargrove
Cast: Larry Hagman, Jenny O'Hara, Nicholas Colasanto, Woodrow Parfrey, Helen Verbit, Ivor Francis, Booth Colman, Sid Haig, Ron Silver, Charles Macaulay, Benny Rubin, Fuddle Bagley, Robert Snively, Jude Farese, Lieux Dressler
After suffering a head injury when his motorcycle falls on him, LAPD officer Sherman Holmes (Larry Hagman) wakes up believing that he is Sherlock Holmes. Psychiatrist Dr. Joan Watson (Jenny O'Hara) aids and abets his delusion. He investigates and tracks down a serial killer, and Watson becomes his willing assistant. This film is a (loose) remake of "They Might Be Giants."
|Two Weeks 2006 R, 102 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Steve Stockman
Cast: Sally Field, Ben Chaplin, Thomas Cavanagh, Julianne Nicholson, Glenn Howerton, Anna Grace Smith, Jeffery Reagan Johnson, Clea DuVall, James Murtaugh, Michael Hyatt, Susan Misner, Jenny O'Hara
Siblings–Keith (Ben Chaplin), Barry (Thomas Cavanagh), Emily (Julianne Nicholson), and Matthew (Glenn Howerton)–come home to visit their dying mother Anita (Sally Field) for what they believe will be a couple of days. When the days drag into two weeks, personality conflicts rise to the fore, and Keith, Barry, Emily, and Matthew struggle to put their differences aside at this life-changing time of their lives.
|Wishmaster 1997 R, 90 min.|
Genre: Fantasy / Horror / Thriller
Director: Robert Kurtzman
Cast: Tammy Lauren, Andrew Divoff, Tony Todd, Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Wendy Benson-Landes, Chris Lemmon, Tony Crane, Jenny O'Hara, Ricco Ross, John Byner, George "Buck" Flower, Gretchen Palmer, Ted Raimi, Angus Scrimm
Gemologist Alexandra Amberson (Tammy Lauren) is stalked by a diabolical genie, "the "Djinn" (Andrew Divoff), whose intent is to make people wish for things that will ensure his plan for destroying the world.
|1. Angie (1994)|
2. Brinks: The Great Robbery (1976)
3. The Color of Courage (1999)
4. Forty Shades of Blue (2005)
5. Good Against Evil (1977)
6. Letters from Frank (1979)
7. Matchstick Men (2003)
8. The Return of the World's Greatest Detective (1976)
9. Two Weeks (2006)
10. Wishmaster (1997)
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