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U.S. Marshals (1998)
"Pretty Good Chase/On The Run Sequel!"
Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes, Robert Downey Jr., Kate Nelligan, Irene Jacob and Joe Pantoliano star in this 1998 thriller sequel. Snipes (Blade) plays Mark Sheridan, an ex-government agent who is on the run after he's falsely accused of murdering 2 federal agents and tries clearing his name. Jones returns as U.S. Marshal Deputy, Sam Gerard who is sent on another manhunt. Downey Jr. (Iron Man) plays government agent, John Royce, Nelligan (Dracula) plays Gerard's boss, Catherine Walsh, Jacob plays Mark's girlfriend, Marie Bineaux and Pantoliano (Risky Business) also returns as U.S. Marshal Deputy, Cosmo Renfro. This is a pretty good sequel and Jones & Snipes are great in it. I recommend this.
The Fly II (1989)
"Son Of The Fly"
Eric Stoltz, Daphne Zuniga, Lee Richardson and John Getz star in this 1989 sci-fi/horror sequel. This begins with woman, Veronica (Originally played by Geena Davis) dying after giving birth to a baby. Soon, we meet the child, Martin Brundle (Stoltz) who is not only very intelligent, but ages rapidly because of his late, father, Seth (Jeff Goldblum). Richardson plays businessman, Anton Bartok who adopts Martin and his head of company, Bartok Industries. Martin tries to learn about his father and his research. Soon, Martin discovers he's inherited his insect genes and tries to find a cure. He also discovers that Bartok is corrupt and using him to continue his father's experiment. Zuniga (Spaceballs) plays Martin's love-interest, Beth Logan and Getz returns briefly as Stathis Borans who is now crippled. This isn't a bad sequel, Stoltz is great in it, Chris Walas' make-up effects are grotesquely good and Christopher Young's score is also good. I recommend this.
The Fly (1986)
"Help Me, Please Help Me!"
Jeff Goldblum, Geena Davis and John Getz star in David Cronenberg's 1986 sci-fi/horror remake of the 1958 film. Goldblum (Independence Day) plays odd scientist, Seth Brundle who is on the verge of a scientific breakthrough. Davis (Beetlejuice) plays magazine journalist, Veronica Quaife whom he becomes romantically involved with and shows her his experiment of teleportation. Soon, Seth's invention works and he decides to test it on himself where he accidentally merges his DNA with a fly. Seth starts changing hideously and Veronica learns what's happening to him. He confides in her and she learns she's pregnant with his baby. Getz (Blood Simple) plays Veronica's editor & ex-boyfriend, Stathis Borans and Cronenberg also makes a brief cameo as a gynecologist. This is a good 80's remake and tragic love story. Goldblum & Davis are great together, Howard Shore's score is great as well as the grotesque make-up effects by Chris Walas. I recommend this.
Urban Legend (1998)
"Not Bad Horror/Slasher Flick!"
This 1998 horror film stars Alicia Witt, Jared Leto, Rebecca Gayheart, Joshua Jackson, Michael Rosenbaum, Tara Reid, Loretta Devine, John Neville and Robert Englund. This begins with a college girl, Michelle (Natasha Gregson Wagner) being murdered by a mysterious killer in her car. Soon, we meet college student, Natalie (Witt) and her new friends, Brenda (Gayheart), Damon (Jackson), Parker (Rosenbaum) and Sasha (Reid) who learn about urban legends based on actual events while taking a history course. Soon, Michelle's killer makes the legends a reality when stalking Natalie and her friends. Leto (American Psycho) plays journalism major, Paul, Devine (Waiting to Exhale) plays security guard, Reese, Neville (The Adventures of Baron Munchausen) plays dean, Adams and Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street) plays professor, Wexler. Danielle Harris (Halloween 4 & 5) also appears as Natalie's Gothic roommate, Tosh and Brad Dourif (Child's Play) as a gas station attendant. This isn't a bad horror/slasher flick with a decent cast I recommend for fans of the genre.
"Not Bad Slasher Flick!"
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Muse Watson star in this 1997 horror film. This takes place in a small fishing town where we meet teen friends, Julie (Hewitt), her boyfriend, Ray (Prinze), Helen (Gellar) and her boyfriend, Barry. They get ready to celebrate the 4th of July and get into a car accident when they hit a mysterious man. They assume he's dead and decide to dump his body in the water covering up their situation. A year later, they receive notes from someone who knows what they did that night and it turns out to be a hook-wielding killer who may have been there. Watson (From Dusk Till Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money) plays fisherman, Ben. This isn't a bad slasher flick featuring a decent cast and I recommend it for fans of the genre.
Billy Madison (1995)
"I Am The Smartest Man Alive!"
Adam Sandler, Darren McGavin, Bridgette Wilson, Bradley Whitford, Josh Mostel and Chris Farley star in this 1995 comedy. Sandler (Happy Gilmore) plays the title character who is a goofy, young man. The late, McGavin (A Christmas Story) plays his father, Brian who is a wealthy businessman. Brian thinks about retiring and leaving his hotel company to Eric Gordon (Whitford), an obnoxious executive who works for him. Billy decides to compete with Eric to get the company by going back to school and graduate within 2 weeks. Wilson (Mortal Kombat) plays Veronica Vaughn, a teacher Billy finds romance with, Mostel (City Slickers) plays horny principal, Max Anderson and the late, Farley (Tommy Boy) plays a school bus driver. Adam is great in this and it's one of his best films I recommend checking out.
Happy Gilmore (1996)
"Talk About A Hole In One!"
Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Julie Bowen, Frances Bay and Carl Weathers star in this 1996 comedy. Sandler (Billy Madison) plays the title character who is an ex-hockey player. He tries to save his grandmother's (Bay) house from being auctioned by playing golf. Weathers (Rocky) plays retired golfer, Chubbs Petersen who takes him under his wing, McDonald (Chances Are) plays arrogant golfer, Shooter McGavin who dislikes Happy and tries to get him off the pro golf tour and Bowen (Modern Family) plays Virgina Venit, the public relations director of the pro golf tour who finds romance with Happy. The director, Dennis Dugan appears as Doug Thompson, the commissioner of the golf tour, Ben Stiller (Meet the Parents) also appears as a rude orderly and Bob Barker (The Price is Right) makes an unforgettable appearance as himself. This is definitely one of Adam's best, he & the cast are great and I recommend it.
Behind the Candelabra (2013)
"Good Biographical Drama!"
Michael Douglas, Matt Damon, Dan Aykroyd, Scott Bakula, Rob Lowe and Debbie Reynolds star in this 2013 drama based on a true story. This takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada from the 1970's to 1980's and Douglas (Wall Street) plays flamboyant, piano musician, Liberace who meets young, bisexual man, Scott Thorson (Damon). They immediately form a romance and live together until things get very controversial between them. Aykroyd (Ghostbusters) plays Liberace's manager, Seymour, Bakula (Quantum Leap) plays Scott's friend, Bob, Lowe (St. Elmo's Fire) plays plastic surgeon, Jack and Reynolds (Charlotte's Web) plays Liberace's mother, Frances. This is a good drama, Michael & Matt give terrific performances and have good chemistry with each other. I recommend this.
Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
"It's OK To Be A Nerd!"
Robert Carradine, Anthony Edwards, Curtis Armstrong, Timothy Busfield, Ted McGinley, Donald Gibb, Julia Montgomery and John Goodman star in this 1984 comedy. Lewis (Carradine) and his best friend, Gilbert (Edwards) are 2 nerds starting their first year at Adams College where they're humiliated and get into mischief. Soon, they're kicked out of their dorm along with other nerds by jocks from the Alpha Beta fraternity. When the Alpha Betas continue to make fun and humiliate the nerds, Lewis and his friends decide to join fraternity, Lamda Lamda Lamda to get back at them. Armstrong (Risky Business) plays Lewis and Gilbert's new friend, Booger, Busfield (Field of Dreams) plays Poindexter, their other new friend, McGinley (Married with Children) plays Stan, leader of the Alpha Betas, Gibb (Bloodsport) plays Ogre, Stan's teammate, Montgomery plays Betty, Stan's girlfriend who eventually likes Lewis and Goodman (Roseanne) plays Coach Harris. This is a good 80's comedy with a good cast I recommend.
Hiding Out (1987)
"Pretty Good 80's Comedy-Drama!"
Jon Cryer, Keith Coogan, Annabeth Gish star in this 1987 comedy-drama. Cryer (Pretty in Pink) plays Andrew, a mid 20's stockbroker whose on the run when he's targeted by hit men working for a former business associate/mobster awaiting trial. Andrew decides to masquerade as student, Maxwell at a high school where his nerdy cousin, Patrick (Coogan) attends and hides there. He soon becomes popular and finds romance with female student, Ryan (Gish) who eventually learns his real identity. I watched this growing up and always thought it was pretty good. Cryer is great in it and he and Gish have good chemistry. I recommend this.