Archive for the ‘1999’ Category

Giving It Up

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Meet Ralph (Mark Feuerstein), charismatic New York adman about town. Encouraged by his sexist boss (Dabney Coleman) and unlucky-in-love buddy Peter (Ben Weber), Ralph’s life revolves around the pursuit of the opposite sex. Enter his match, smart and beautiful account executive Elizabeth (Amy Redford), who is put off by his sex-obsessed ways, convincing Ralph to see a therapist (James Toback). Just when a relationship between the two begins to flourish, Ralph gets thrown together with supermodel Amber (Ali Larter). Now Ralph has to decide whether to change his player-like ways or risk losing the one woman he truly loves.

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Embrace the Darkness

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

A pair of ravenous vampires descend upon LA with secrets and desires unlike those of any mortal. Jealous and desire threatens to ruin their relationship.

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Sometimes They Come Back… for More

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Adapted from characters created by Stephen King, Sometimes They Come Back …For More is set in Antarctica, where a remote government outpost has been the scene of a horrible disaster, leaving only two survivors – medical officer Jennifer Wells (Faith Ford) and technical officer Shebanski ({Max Perlich). Two military investigators, Sam Cage (Clayton Rohner) and Callie Wilson (Chase Masterson) are sent out to uncover the truth about what happened. They are soon confronted by evil forces that steal away Callie and lead them all into a terrifying nether world with a horrible secret. Sometimes They Come Back …For More was also screened under the titles Frozen and Ice Station Erebus

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Chill Factor

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Ten years after a covert military experiment on a remote Pacific island went wrong and killed eighteen servicemen and his assistant, Dr. Richard Long is still trying to forget the havoc that the experiment caused. Living in the small town of Jerome, Montana, Long still does scientific experiments at the local base, and he enjoys his time fly-fishing with Tim Mason, who works at a local diner. Long is visited by Colonel Andrew Brynner, a former military officer who took the blame and served ten years in Leavenworth Federal Prison for Long’s experiment. Now a free man with a score to settle, Brynner has assembled a team of terrorists, including an icy blond named Vaughn. Brynner plans to steal and then sell “Elvis” — Long’s highly volatile, blue crystal substance — to the highest international bidder. Unfortunately for him, Long, who gets killed, has already delivered “Elvis” to Mason, along with directions that the substance must remain below fifty degrees Fahrenheit, or it will detonate and vaporize everyone within several hundred miles of it. After Mason and Arlo, a wisecracking ice cream delivery man, have a run-in with Brynner, they try to get the substance to Fort Magruder. They don’t exactly get along with each other — Arlo only agrees to transport the substance in his ice cream truck because Mason held a gun on him — but they find a common bond in trying to avoid Brynner, who will stop at nothing to get the substance.

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Cradle Will Rock

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

It’s a drama about theatre life in the 1930s during the times of the Great Depression, the Red Scare (communism), facism, unions, Hitler, Mussolini, New York mayor Nelson Rockefeller, director Orson Welles, painter Diego Rivera, and William Randolph Hearst. This film focuses on the lives of several people during hard times in New York as many struggle to find their place in America. The main focus of the film is a play entitled “Cradle Will Rock,” which tells a pro-union story about lower class workers trying to survive in a growing power-hungry world.

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After Alice

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Detective Michael ‘Mick’ Hayden (Kiefer Sutherland) is your normal detective: He drinks more than he should, he likes to sleep quite a bit, and it’s not to thrilled about his job. One day he hits his head, and from that moment on he starts having visions. Everytime he touches something that belongs or belonged to someone, he sees something about that person. In the case of murdered people, he see how they were killed. He is contacted by Harvey (Henry Czerny), who claims to have the same gift ever since he was born; Harvey wants to help, but Mick thinks he’s a freak at first.

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