|All Tied Up 1994 R, 90 min.|
Director: John Mark Robinson
Cast: Zach Galligan, Teri Hatcher, Lara Harris, Tracy Griffith, Edward Blatchford, Abel Folk, Melora Walters, Olivia Brown, Viviane Vives, Rachel Sweet, Phyllis Chase, Alvino Johnson, Patrick Bergin
Brian (Zach Galligan) just can't seem to be faithful to fiancee Linda (Teri Hatcher). To teach him a lesson, Linda's friends, Kim (Lara Harris) and Sharon (Tracy Griffith), take him hostage, tie him to a bed, and inflict all sorts of abuse on him–including forcing him to watch a home shopping network program. When he is released, Brian thinks that he now knows what Linda wants.
|Amazons and Gladiators 2001 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Drama
Director: Zachary Weintraub
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Jennifer Rubin, Richard Norton, Nichole Hiltz, Wendi Winburn, Melanie Gutteridge, Mary Tamm, Darius Miniotas, Rona Waddington, Janina Matiekonyte, Tomas Ereminas, Gabija Danileviciute, Lauren Wilcox
Crassius (Patrick Bergin) is assigned to govern a remote outpost, and he runs his area with an iron fist. He takes a young mistress and sells her younger sister, Serena (Nichole Hiltz), into slavery. Ten years later, Serena, now a strong athletic woman, escapes captivity with her friend Briana (Melanie Gutteridge) and an Amazon, Ione (Jennifer Rubin). Now it's time to take on the dastardly Romans and meet Crassius in the Gladiator's Ring.
|The Apocalypse Watch 1997 TV, 174 min.|
Director: Kevin Connor
Cast: Patrick Bergin, John Shea, Virginia Madsen, Benedick Blythe, Malcolm Tierney, Al Matthews, Ted Maynard, Christopher Neame, David Cheung, James Aubrey, James Faulkner, Daphne Cheung, Glynis Barber, Alan Shearman, Geoffrey Toone
Terrorist attacks are breaking out across England, and two members of the CIA, brothers Drew and Harry (Patrick Bergin and John Shea), enter the fray to find out what is going on. They are joined by the girlfriend, Karin (Virginia Madsen), of their CIA brother who was killed by the terrorists. What they find is a vast organization of neo-Nazis. Based on a Robert Ludlum novel by the same name.
|Bloom 2003 R, 111 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Sean Walsh
Cast: Stephen Rea, Angeline Ball, Hugh O'Conor, Patrick Bergin, Alan Devlin, Phelim Drew, Maria Hayden, Eoin McCarthy, Alvaro Lucchesi, Neili Conroy, Mark Huberman, Des Braiden, Neili Conroy, Paul Ronan, Eoin McCarthy
Set in Dublin on June 16, 1904, this screen adaptation of James Joyce's "Ulysses" features Angeline Ball as the adulterous Molly Bloom; Stephen Rea as Molly's introspective husband, Leopold; and Hugh O'Conor as the struggling poet, Stephen Dedalus. The story unfolds through a stream of consciousness as the viewer glimpses the inner thoughts of Molly, Leopold, and Stephen.
|Brush with Fate 2003 TV, 100 min.|
Director: Brent Shields
Cast: Glenn Close, Thomas Gibson, Ellen Burstyn, Phyllida Law, Kelly Macdonald, Patrick Bergin, Jan Decleir, Thekla Reuten, Kieran Bew, Betty Shurrman, Roef Ragas, Laurien Van den Broeck, Daniel Boissevain, Paul Muller, Carly Wijs
History teacher Cornelia has a picture hanging on her wall that may be a 300-year-old painting by Dutch artist Vermeer. It is seen by fellow historian Richard (Thomas Gibson) who states that, though it certainly looks like a Vermeer painting, it couldn't possibly be. Thus the history of the picture is presented by Cornelia, tracing how it affected the lives of owners throughout the centuries. A "Hallmark Hall of Fame" TV presentation.
|Cause of Death 2000 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Marc S. Grenier
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Joan Severance, Michael Ironside, Maxim Roy, Cas Anvar, Larry Day, Manon Harvey, Mark Antony Krupa, B Martin Sage, Eugene Clark, Vlasta Vrana, Edward Yankie, Janine Theriault, John Dunn-Hill, Michael Rudder
Taylor Lewis (Patrick Bergin) is assigned as prosecutor for the case against the mayor's cousin, Angela (Joan Severance), who is accused of murdering her husband. As the trial proceeds, Taylor begins to doubt Angela's guilt, and, to make matters worse, he falls in love with her.
|Dracula's Curse 2002 N/R, 110 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Horror
Director: Roger Young
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Giancarlo Giannini, Hardy Kruger Jr., Stefania Rocca, Muriel Baumeister, Kai Wiesinger, Alessio Boni, Brett Forest, Alessia Merz, Conrad Hornby, Piroska Kiss, Istvan Goz, Barna Illyes, Csaba Pethes, Balazs Tardy
Successful American banker Jonathan Harker (Hardy Kruger Jr.) has a chance to make a good profit in real estate and travels to Romania to complete the deal with Count Tepes (Patrick Bergin). But the Count is really Count Dracula, and he's recruiting vampires. This modern-day update of "Dracula" was originally an Italian made-for-TV miniseries.
|Ella Enchanted 2004 PG, 96 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Fantasy
Director: Tommy O'Haver
Cast: Anne Hathaway, Hugh Dancy, Cary Elwes, Minnie Driver, Vivica A. Fox, Joanna Lumley, Aidan McArdle, Patrick Bergin, Jimi Mistry, Eric Idle, Steve Coogan, Parminder Nagra, Lucy Punch, Jennifer Higham, Jim Carter
Fairy Godmother Lucinda (Vivica A. Fox) cast a spell on the infant Ella that gave her the gift of obedience. But now, Ella (Anne Hathaway) is a young woman who finds the "gift" a problem when she is abused by her new, evil stepmother and step-sisters. So, Ella sets off on a journey to find Lucinda and get the spell removed. You guessed it, good things happen in the form of a handsome prince (Hugh Dancy) during Ella's search for Lucinda.
|Escape Velocity 1998 R, 100 min.|
Genre: Action / Sci-Fi
Director: Lloyd A. Simandl
Cast: Peter Outerbridge, Wendy Crewson, Patrick Bergin, Michelle Beaudoin, Patrik Stanek, Pavel Bezdek, David Nykl, Emil Linka, Gerard Whelan, Robert Russell
Cal (Patrick Bergin), wife Billie (Wendy Crewson), and daughter Ronnie (Michelle Beaudoin) are on station in a research vessel monitoring the death of a star when they see a small spaceship. They bring Lee (Peter Outerbridge) on board and learn that he is an escaped convict who is in suspended animation. It was not a good idea to thaw him out, since he wreaks havoc on the family. Will they get away before either he or the star does them in? Yuk.
|Eye of the Beholder 1999 R, 109 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Horror / Thriller
Director: Stephan Elliott
Cast: Ewan McGregor, Ashley Judd, Patrick Bergin, k.d. lang, Jason Priestley, Genevieve Bujold, Janine Theriault, Vlasta Vrana, Michelle Sweeney, Anne-Marie Brown, Kaitlin Brown, David Nerman, Steven McCarthy, Don Jordan, Maria Revelins
A surveillance expert (Ewan McGregor) spots Joanna (Ashley Judd) committing a murder and develops an obsession through which he follows her for the next 10 years as she kills again and again on a psychotic killing spree.
|Frankenstein 1992 TV, 81 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Drama / Thriller
aka: Frankenstein: The Real Story
Director: David Wickes
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Randy Quaid, John Mills, Lambert Wilson, Fiona Gillies, Timothy Stark, Jacinta Mulcahy, Ronald Leigh-Hunt, Vernon Dobtcheff, John Scarborough, Roger Bizley, Michael Gothard, Marcus Eyre, Jon Laurimore, Amanda Quaid
Patrick Bergin plays Dr. Victor Frankenstein, creator of the "monster" (Randy Quaid) that develops a rage against Frankenstein and kills Frankenstein's bride, Elizabeth (Fiona Gillies). Frankenstein chases his monster to the Arctic and then discovers that he has both a physical and psychic link to the monster when he learns that if the monster is wounded, Frankenstein also suffers.
|The Invisible Circus 2001 R, 98 min.|
Director: Adam Brooks
Cast: Jordana Brewster, Christopher Eccleston, Cameron Diaz, Blythe Danner, Patrick Bergin, Camilla Belle, Isabelle Pasco, Moritz Bleibtreu, Ricky Koole, Nicola Obermann
The year is 1976, but Phoebe (Jordana Brewster) is still haunted by her sister Faith's (Cameron Diaz) suicide when she decides to trace Faith's last days in Europe and ends up in bed with Faith's lover (Christopher Eccleston). Like her sister seven years earlier, Phoebe enters the world of underground terrorists.
|King of Texas 2002 TV, 100 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
Director: Uli Edel
Cast: Patrick Stewart, Marcia Gay Harden, Lauren Holly, Roy Scheider, David Alan Grier, Colm Meaney, Patrick Bergin, Matt Letscher, Liam Waite, Steven Bauer, Richard Lineback, Julie Cox, Lynne Goulet, Memo Escobedo, Clint Allen
This made-for-cable TV film is another adaptation of a Shakespeare play, King Lear in this case. John Lear (Patrick Stewart), a powerful rancher in the 19th century, decides to divide his vast empire among his three daughters. The bulk of the land will go to the one who is most convincing at expressing her love and devotion.
|Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace 1996 PG-13, 93 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Action / Thriller
aka: Lawnmower Man 2: Jobe's War
Director: Farhad Mann
Cast: Matt Frewer, Patrick Bergin, Ely Pouget, Austin O'Brien, Kevin Conway, Camille Cooper, Patrick LaBrecque, Molly Shannon, Crystal Celese Grant, Sean P. Young, Mathew Valencia, Trever O'Brien, Richard Fancy, Ellis Williams, Castulo Guerra
Jobe Smith (Matt Frewer) is back in action, but now he has moved from the suburbs to the city–a Los Angeles subway system to be exact. Also back is Jobe's fan, Peter Parkette (Austin O'Brien). An inventor (Patrick Bergin) has produced the Chiron Chip, which links computer networks all over the world. Jobe knows possession of the chip will lead to control of the world and sets out to build the chip.
|The Lost World 1998 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Sci-Fi
aka: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World
Director: Bob Keen
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Jayne Heitmeyer, Michael Sinelnikoff, David Nerman, Julian Casey, Jack Langedijk, James Bradford, Gregoriane Minot Payeur, Martin Sims, Russell Yuen, Jacques Lessard
This version of A. Conan Doyle's novel shifts to Mongolia as Professor Challenger (Patrick Bergin) and his team–Professor Summerlee (Michael Sinelnikoff), Malone (Julian Casey), John Roxton (David Nerman), and Amanda White (Jayne Heitmeyer)–search for dinosaurs. The search leads to dinosaurs, an escape in a balloon, and more dinosaurs attacking when they take refuge in a cave. Some in the group are killed, and, on the return to London, the survivors agree to keep the existence of dinosaurs a secret.
|Map of the Human Heart 1992 R, 109 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Vincent Ward
Cast: Jason Scott Lee, Robert Joamie, Anne Parillaud, Annie Galipeau, Patrick Bergin, John Cusack, Jeanne Moreau, Clotilde Courau, Ben Mendelsohn, Jerry Snell, Jayko Pitseolak, Matt Holland, Rebecca Vevee, Josape Kopalee, Reepah Arreak
A young Eskimo, Avik (Robert Joamie), is sent from his home into the civilized world to cure his tuberculosis. As an adult, Avik (now played by Jason Scott Lee) serves as a pilot in World War II. He finds major obstacles in his way when he tries to bridge the culture gap between himself and Albertine (Anne Parillaud)–the young girl (Anne Parillaud) who has now grown into the woman he loves.
|Mountains of the Moon 1990 R, 135 min.|
Director: Bob Rafelson
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Iain Glen, Richard E. Grant, Fiona Shaw, John Savident, James Villiers, Adrian Rawlins, Peter Vaughan, Delroy Lindo, Bernard Hill, Leslie Phillips
This film is based on Captain Richard Burton's (Patrick Bergin) and John Hanning Speke's (Iain Glen) expedition to Africa where they explored the Nile River and followed it to its source.
|One Man's Hero 1999 R, 122 min.|
Director: Lance Hool
Cast: Tom Berenger, Joaquim de Almeida, Daniela Romo, James Gammon, Stephen Tobolowsky, Patrick Bergin, Mark Moses, Stuart Graham
With the Mexican-American War as background, this film offers a little-known story of the Saint Patrick Battalion–a band of Irish American immigrants. The men in this battalion faced religious discrimination upon arrival in the U.S., and while fighting in Mexico, they deserted to the Mexican side. This act would result in execution for treason at war's end.
|Patriot Games 1992 R, 116 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Thriller
Director: Phillip Noyce
Cast: Harrison Ford, Anne Archer, Patrick Bergin, Sean Bean, Thora Birch, James Fox, Samuel L. Jackson, Polly Walker, James Earl Jones, Richard Harris, J.E. Freeman, Alex Norton, David Threlfall, Alun Armstrong, Hugh Fraser
Former CIA analyst Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford) and his family–wife Cathy (Anne Archer) and daughter Sally (Thora Birch)–are on a vacation in England. While they are preparing to tour Buckingham Palace, an assassination attempt is foiled when Jack saves Lord Holmes (James Fox) from a terrorist attack. Later, the Ryans return to the family home in Maryland but do not resume their normal routines because now they are the targets of those same terrorists, and Jack must come to the rescue.
|The Proposition 1997 R, 99 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama / Romance
Director: Strathford Hamilton
Cast: Theresa Russell, Patrick Bergin, Richard Lynch, Richard Harrington, Jennifer Vaughan, Owen Garmon, Alexandra Clatworthy, Anwen Williams, Ifan Huw Dafydd, Nicholas McGaughey, Sioned Jones Williams, Sior Llyfni, Geoffrey Morgan, Mari Rowland Hughes, Griff Williams
When widow Catherine Morgan (Theresa Russell) is faced with losing her farm and her independence, she decides to drive her 200 head of cattle to market in Gloucester despite rugged conditions across the Welsh countryside. The trip is filled with hazards–including cattle rustlers and alcoholic Rhys Williams (Patrick Bergin) who agrees to help only if Catherine will have sex with him when they reach Gloucester.
|Robin Hood 1991 TV, 116 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Drama / Romance
Director: John Irvin
Cast: Patrick Bergin, Uma Thurman, Jeroen Krabbe, Jurgen Prochnow, Edward Fox, Owen Teale, Jeff Nuttal, David Morrissey, Alex Norton, Danny Webb, Conrad Asquith, Barry Stanton, Phelim McDermott, Carolyn Backhouse, Caspar De La Mare
This made-for-TV retelling of the classic tale is a good one– about as good as the other 1991 effort starring Kevin Costner. It stays close to historical accuracy in the tale of Robin Hood (Patrick Bergin) and his group of thieves who rob the rich and give to the poor. But, the film takes interesting liberties with some of the characters–including Uma Thurman's portrayal of Maid Marian as Marian is turned from the helpless maiden in distress into a bratty young woman. Good "mood" photography.
|Secret of the Cave 2006 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama / Adventure
Director: Zach C. Gray
Cast: Kevin Novotny, Patrick Bergin, Joseph Kelly, Niall O'Brien, Niamh Finn, Maria McDermottroe, Gareth O'Connor, Jim Roche, Sean Murphy, Noelle Brown, Sheila Flitton, Kieran D. Gough, Peadar Lamb, Sean Murphy, Gareth O'Connor
Young Roy Wallace (Kevin Novotny) and his Irish father, Patrick Wallace (Patrick Bergin), are vacationing in a fishing village in Ireland when strange hauntings by ghosts permeate the neighborhood. There are explanations, but Roy doesn't believe them and sets out on his own investigation. Clues lead to a strange sea cave, and Roy determines to uncover and then reveal its secrets. Based on Arthur Maxwell's children's book "Secret of the Cave."
|Sleeping with the Enemy 1991 R, 98 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Joseph Ruben
Cast: Julia Roberts, Patrick Bergin, Kevin Anderson, Elizabeth Lawrence, Kyle Secor, Claudette Nevins, Tony Abatemarco, Marita Geraghty, Harley Venton, Nancy Fish, Sandi Shackelford, Bonnie Johnson, Graham Harrington, John Ward, Sharon J. Robinson
Laura (Julia Roberts) fakes her own death to escape from her abusive husband (Patrick Bergin) and then begins anew with Ben (Kevin Anderson). Life is good–until her husband tracks her down.
|Taffin 1988 R, 96 min.|
Director: Francis Megahy
Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Alison Doody, Ray McAnally, Jeremy Child, Dearbhla Malloy, Patrick Bergin, Jim Bartley, Alan Sanford, Gerard McSorley, Britta Smith
A chemical plant is tearing down the Irish countryside. Pierce Brosnan is called in to ward off the evil perpetrators.
|Treasure Island 1999 PG-13, 94 min.|
Director: Peter Rowe
Cast: Jack Palance, Kevin Zegers, Patrick Bergin, Walter Sparrow, David Robb, Christopher Benjamin, Malcolm Stoddard, Peter Rowe, Al Ashton, Jake Fry, Philip Whitchurch, Cody Palance, Dermot Kearney, Chris Caine, Daphne Williams
Jack Palance takes on the role of pirate Long John Silver who strives to get his hands on the treasure map that is in the possession of young Jim Hawkins (Kevin Zegers) in this adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic.
|When the Sky Falls 2000 R, 107 min.|
Director: John Mackenzie
Cast: Joan Allen, Patrick Bergin, Liam Cunningham, Kevin McNally, Jimmy Smallhorne, Pete Postlethwaite, Owen Roe, Jason Barry, Des McAleer, Gerard Mannix Flynn
Award-winning Irish journalist Sinead Hamilton (Joan Allen) found herself in grave danger when she exposed Dublin's drug lords. For her efforts, she was shot to death. "When the Sky Falls" is a fictional account of her life.
|1. All Tied Up (1994)|
2. Amazons and Gladiators (2001)
3. The Apocalypse Watch (1997)
4. Bloom (2003)
5. Brush with Fate (2003)
6. Cause of Death (2000)
7. Dracula's Curse (2002)
8. Ella Enchanted (2004)
9. Escape Velocity (1998)
10. Eye of the Beholder (1999)
11. Frankenstein (1992)
aka: Frankenstein: The Real Story
12. The Invisible Circus (2001)
13. King of Texas (2002)
14. Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1996)
aka: Lawnmower Man 2: Jobe's War
15. The Lost World (1998)
aka: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World
16. Map of the Human Heart (1992)
17. Mountains of the Moon (1990)
18. One Man's Hero (1999)
19. Patriot Games (1992)
20. The Proposition (1997)
21. Robin Hood (1991)
22. Secret of the Cave (2006)
23. Sleeping with the Enemy (1991)
24. Taffin (1988)
25. Treasure Island (1999)
26. When the Sky Falls (2000)
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