A troubled young woman often cheats on her husband and wants to leave him. She even contemplates murder. When she is found unconscious with her children murdered, suspicions rise and lives are destroyed.
After her only friend is expelled from their private school in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Cat Storm wants to get close to a boy she is attracted to and recreate herself with new ... See full summary »
Brothers Martina and Luca travel from Las Vegas to Hollywood. Along the way they meet two convicts and Cherie a showgirl who flees his representative. The convicts kidnap Martina and force Luca to carry a 3 million bag.
A former street tough returns to his Philadelphia home after a stint in the military. Back on his home turf, he once again finds himself tangling with the mob boss who was instrumental in his going off to be a soldier.
Sal is a meter man with a lot on his mind. Sal sees the world as it really is and he's concerned. It's coming on the year 2000. Y2K. Armageddon. It's in the Book of Revelation. Seven years ... See full summary »
The two of you have a common interest. I happen to know that Kirby likes cars. In fact, his project this semester is a garage door opener holder, and get this...it's for his car. Do I have to spell it out for you? He likes cars; you like to race cars.
Well, that's great, Mark. That's our common ground? I race go-karts; he builds shitty little boxes to hold garage door openers. Well, guess what? He has an asshole and you are an asshole. That's your common ground. You go talk to him.
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I don't know what movie markus360 was watching, but "2 Little, 2 Late" was directed by Tony Smith, who directed a great movie called "Between the Lies." But this time, he directs a comedy, and with much success. On an independant film website, I read an interview with the screenwriters, Jim Brooks and Mark Swanson. It's amazing that they wrote such a wonderful script at such a young age (22 and 20, respectively). Vicellous Reon Shannon and Brad Renfro both give excellent perormances as the leads. Heather McComb is incredible. The tandem of the Darrin Darlow-Simon Pepper characters is hilarious. And Anthony Michael Hall proves that he is still a good actor. Part comedy, part drama, all good.
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