|Audrey Rose 1977 PG, 112 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Drama
Director: Robert Wise
Cast: Marsha Mason, Anthony Hopkins, John Beck, Susan Swift, Norman Lloyd, John Hillerman, Robert Walden, Philip Sterling, Ivy Jones, Stephen Pearlman, Aly Wassil, Richard Lawson, Mary Jackson, Tony Brande, Elizabeth Farley
In this horror film, Elliot Hoover (Anthony Hopkins) tries to convince the Templetons–Janice (Marsha Mason) and Bill (John Beck)–that their 11-year-old daughter Ivy (Susan Swift) is really a reincarnation of his dead daughter, Audrey Rose, who was killed in a car accident. Although Janice and Bill do not believe Elliot, Ivy has been having terrible nightmares that now grow worse, and many strange events take place.
|Big Top Pee-Wee 1988 PG, 86 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Adventure
Director: Randal Kleiser
Cast: Paul Reubens, Kris Kristofferson, Susan Tyrrell, Penelope Ann Miller, Valeria Golino, Albert Henderson, Jack Murdock, Terrence Mann, Frances Bay, Kenneth Tobey, Wayne White, David Byrd, Mary Jackson, Anne Seymour, Leo Gordon
In Pee-Wee Herman's (Paul Reubens) second film, he awakens on his farm one morning and finds that a tornado has deposited a traveling circus on his property. Pee-Wee makes friends with the circus owner Mace Montana (Kris Kristofferson) and allows the circus to stay for awhile. He tries to get the attention of gorgeous trapeze artist Gina (Valeria Golino) by joining the circus as an acrobat. Good idea, but Pee-Wee's fiancee Winnie (Penelope Ann Miller) has other ideas about what Pee-Wee should do with his life. When the circus faces bankruptcy, Pee-Wee comes up with the idea, and they stage a three-ring spectacular–starring Pee-Wee.
|Blume in Love 1973 R, 117 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Paul Mazursky
Cast: George Segal, Susan Anspach, Kris Kristofferson, Marsha Mason, Shelley Winters, Paul Mazursky, Donald F. Muhich, Erin O'Reilly, Annazette Chase, Shelley Morrison, Mary Jackson, Jo Morrow, Ed Peck, Gigi Ballista, Ian Linhart
Stephen Blume (George Segal) is a philandering lawyer whose wife Nina (Susan Anspach) divorces him and begins an ill-fated affair with singer Elmo (Kris Kristofferson) despite Stephen's futile attempt to convince her to remarry him.
|The Exorcist III 1990 R, 105 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller / Mystery
Director: William Peter Blatty
Cast: George C. Scott, Ed Flanders, Brad Dourif, Jason Miller, Nicol Williamson, Nancy Fish, Lee Richardson, Viveca Lindfors, George DiCenzo, Scott Wilson, Don Gordon, Grand L. Bush, Mary Jackson, Ken Lerner, Tracy Thorne
It has been about 15 years since Father Damien Karras died while performing an exorcism, and now bizarre murders are taking place, which seem to be related to that exorcism. A serial killer is the perpetrator, and the key lies in a mental patient who resembles Father Karras (Jason Miller). Will dedicated police Lieutenant Kinderman (George C. Scott) be able to figure out what's going on?
|A Family Thing 1996 PG-13, 109 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Richard Pearce
Cast: Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones, Irma P. Hall, Michael Beach, Grace Zabriskie, David Keith, Regina Taylor, Mary Jackson, Paula Marshall, James N. Harrell, Lauren Leigh Phillips, Ashleigh Jordan, Sandra Quarterman, Patrice Pitman Quinn, Don James
This film is about a clash in cultures between a white repair shop operator (Robert Duvall) in Arkansas and a black Chicago cop (James Earl Jones) who are really half-brothers raised apart; now they try to get to know each other. 1 User Review
| 07/03/2012 |
| Very good all should see this|
|Fun with Dick and Jane 1977 PG, 95 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Ted Kotcheff
Cast: George Segal, Jane Fonda, Ed McMahon, Allan Miller, Richard Gautier, John Dehner, Mary Jackson, Walter Brooke, Fred Willard, Sean Frye, Hank Garcia, James Jeter, Maxine Stuart, Selma Archard, John Brandon
This is not the story of a couple who takes adversity lying down. After Dick Harper (George Segal) loses his job unexpectedly, his wife, Jane (Jane Fonda), joins him on a crime spree. As armed robbers, they manage to maintain their accustomed manner of living.
|Kid Blue 1973 PG, 100 min.|
Genre: Western / Comedy
Director: James Frawley
Cast: Dennis Hopper, Warren Oates, Peter Boyle, Ben Johnson, Janice Rule, Lee Purcell, Ralph Waite, Clifton James, Howard Hesseman, M. Emmet Walsh, Jose Torvay, Mary Jackson, Jay Varela, Warren Finnerty, Owen Orr
During the early 1900s in Texas, outlaw Kid Blue (Dennis Hopper) fails during a train robbery and tries to adapt to living an honest life. Unsuccessful in his jobs and under the watchful eye of Sheriff "Mean Joe" Simpson (Ben Johnson), Kid Blue–who is now known as Bickford Waner–cannot seem to make it. Finally, he gets a job working in Mr. Hendricks' (Clifton James) ceramics factory making Santa Claus ashtrays. He steals the Christmas payroll and heads to the desert, proving that the outlaw lifestyle is the one for him. 1 User Review
|Comedic Western||Oz Waco 06/25/2010 |
| Great movie! When's the last time you saw a western movie where a bad guy "goes good"?|
The main thrust of this movie is western civilization and the dawning of capitalism. Hopper does a super job of carrying the viewer through his inability to understand the subdelties of "proper" society.
This movie is a hoot! Don't miss it!
|Targets 1968 PG, 90 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Peter Bogdanovich
Cast: Boris Karloff, Tim O'Kelly, Nancy Hsueh, James Brown, Peter Bogdanovich, Sandy Baron, Mary Jackson, Randy Quaid, Monte Landis, Arthur Peterson
This film is Peter Bogdanovich's first directorial offering. The tension-filled story involves a sniper (Tim O'Kelly) and an aging film star (Boris Karloff) whose appearance at a drive-in theater is the event that triggers the sniper into action. Included in the film is footage from Boris Karloff's 1931 movie "The Criminal Code."
|1. Audrey Rose (1977)|
2. Big Top Pee-Wee (1988)
3. Blume in Love (1973)
4. The Exorcist III (1990)
5. A Family Thing (1996)
6. Fun with Dick and Jane (1977)
7. Kid Blue (1973)
8. Targets (1968)
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