After his mother dies and father goes to fight in World War II, a young boy moves in with his aunt and uncle who live in the countryside. Lonely and unhappy, he starts believing he has super powers. Then a "dead" man shows up.
Caroline Duffy is a successful cartoonist living in Manhattan whose comic strip "Caroline in the City" has become a huge hit. The strip is based on her own life, and the people in it - her ... See full summary »
Ellie DeWitt and Janis Zuckermann are admitted to the very strict FBI Training Academy. They get a hard course, in which they learn to deal with guns and to recognise crimes. They also get ... See full summary »
Rebecca De Mornay,
Based on the true story of Brianne Hawkins, whose husband Clay was violently unstable. When a man tries to chat up Brianne one night, Clay shoots him dead. Clay pressures Briane into lying ... See full summary »
A desperate young couple, on the run from the mob, drop anchor at a remote rundown restaurant in the middle of the desert named the Nautilus. At first, it seems like a great place to ... See full summary »
A young tomboy, Watts, finds her feelings for her best friend, Keith, run deeper than just friendship when he gets a date with the most popular girl in school. Unfortunately, the girl's old... See full summary »
Mary Stuart Masterson,
Two girls go away to a holiday resort looking for a change of pace, hoping to meet some nice men for a change. They discover that they can't find the perfect man, and this forces them to reconsider thei attitudes to men in general. Written by
Murray Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
According to 'Time Out', the film's source production was "originally a three-song sketch by Wendy Goldman and Judy Toll', it was then worked up into a play, and finally a screenplay, reflecting the new AIDS consciousness". See more »
When Melissa sits on the boat she is wearing her black stockings, but in the next scene of her standing up she is not wearing them. See more »
This is kind of embarrassing to admit, but I remember when it was actually fun to say, "WOW, that really felt great! What's your name again?"
I've never had sex with someone I didn't know. For that matter, I've never said, "Wow, that felt really great."
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Witty comedy that may not solve the dating problems of the 80's...but does offer a lighter look at what happens in the dark. Also, a slightly tamed look at the "DiceMan," which turns out to be his best screen work.
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