Highest Rated Titles With Gerald Orange
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2. Angel Heart (1987)
X | 113 min | Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Harry Angel is a private investigator. He is hired by a man who calls himself Louis Cyphre to track down a singer called Johnny Favorite. But the investigation takes an unexpected and somber turn.
Votes: 63,276 | Gross: $17.19M
4. The Mouse (1996)
98 min | Comedy
Bruce "the Mouse" Strauss is proud to hold the unofficial record for getting knocked out in boxing rings on every continent except Antarctica. He is a lousy boxer; but he knows it, and is happy to amuse audiences.
6. Cugini (2001)
Hotshot filmmaker, Rick Cugini rediscovers the true meaning of love and family in the most ironic of places - his old Brooklyn neighborhood. When Rick Cugini learns he has a 5 year old son ... See full summary »
7. Primary Motive (1992)
R | 63 min | Thriller
In this political thriller, an ambitious press secretary discovers that the opposing political candidate has feathered the nest of his campaigns with terrible lies.
8. Hide and Seek (2005)
R | 101 min | Drama, Horror, Mystery
As a widower tries to piece together his life in the wake of his wife's suicide, his daughter finds solace -- at first -- in her imaginary friend.
Votes: 70,366 | Gross: $51.10M
11. Who's That Girl (1987)
PG | 92 min | Comedy, Music, Romance
An uptight New York tax lawyer gets his life turned upside down, all in a single day, when he's asked to escort a feisty and free-spirited female ex-convict whom asks him to help prove her innocence of her crime.
Votes: 7,597 | Gross: $7.31M
13. A Fool and His Money (1989)
R | 84 min | Comedy, Drama
While watching TV, ex-adman Morris Codman receives a message from God. Advised by the Almighty to go into business for himself, Codman inaugurates his own religion, founded on a philosophy of selfishness.
14. A City Called Heaven (1998)
85 min | Comedy
Sister Glen Moore's dying wishes include a eulogy by Jesse Jackson; a spiritual delivered by "the big opera star," Benita Cross; and a final face-to-face with her estranged mother, the ... See full summary »