Lunatics A Love Tale: Raimi is a pleasant paranoid, restricted by his doubts to his desolate L.A. condo. Foreman is convinced that she causes everyone she cares for to die. Strange lowbudget comedy has genuine, if off beat, charm. Cast includes Theodore Raimi, Deborah Foreman, Bruce Campbell, Brian McCree, Eddie Rosmaya, and Michele Stacey. (87 minutes, 1992)
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Captivating premise of assembling infamous 19th century fictional characters, from Dr. Jekyll and Dorian Gray to Dracula’s Mina Harker, whose assorted qualities combine to start a sort of Due process Group. The film is undone by lumpy storytelling, badly orchestrated action, and outsized, cartoonish visual effect patterns. Connery is charismatic as ever playing Allan Quatennain. Cast includes Sean Connery, Shane West, Stuart Townsend, Naseeruddin Shah, Richard Roxburgh, Peta Wilson, Tony Curran, Jason Fleming, David Hemmings, and Max Ryan. (110 minutes, 2003)
The Man in the Glass Booth: American Film Theatre rendition of Robert Shaw’s play in reference to a glib Jewish industrialist carried to trial for Nazi battle offenses. Schell is excellent, however overall consequence is contrived. Shaw had his name expelled from credits of film. Cast includes Maximilian Schell, Lois Nettleton, Luther Adler, Lawrence Pressman, Henry Brown, and Richard Rasof. (117 minutes, 1975)
The Blair Witch Project: Three students go the Black Hills in Maryland to investigate a myth, the Blair Witch myth. The problem is that they never return. One year later, the film documenting their story is found, and the last terrifying hour is revealed.
China Seas: In-executable to detest film with that cast, even if the tale-in regards to bizarre happenings and relations on Gable’s Singapore confined transport is absurd. Cast includes Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, WaIlace Beery, Lewis Rock, Rosalind Russell, Dudley Digges, and Hattie McDaniel. (90 minutes, 1935)
The Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy: Arthur Dent is about to see his house get bulldozed down for a new road coming through. His best friend is unconcerned, and takes him to the pub for some beers. Then he shocks Arthur by telling him that he is an alien, and that the Earth will be destroyed in a few minutes, as a hyperspace bypass is being built. Arthur has a moment or two to decide to go with his friend, as they will hitchhike on a passing space freighter. He decides to go, and this starts an incredible adventure.
Sphinx: Harried Egyptologist Lesley-Anne Down constantly avoids death as she looks for a mysterious tomb. Not much to be desired here. Cast includes Lesley-Anne Down, Blunt Langella, Maurice Ronet, John Gielgud, and Martin Benson. (117 minutes, 1981)
Click: Over worked, young architect Michael Newman can’t find enough time in the day to get all the work done and spend time with his family. Going to the store to buy a remote control, Morty gives him a universal remote control that can do amazing things. He can now stop time, and fast-forward though problems. This comes with a price, his life has passed him by, and he was on automatic pilot.
Alex & Emma: Anemic romantic comedy in regards to a novelist who has 30 nights to complete a manuscript and his blooming relation with the stenographer he employs to help him do the job. She additionally turns up in assorted costumes as we see his fantasy vision of the tale set in the 1920s unfold. Cast includes Kate Hudson, Luke Wilson, Sophie Marceau, David Paymer, Thieve Reiner, Francois Giroday, and Lobo Sebastian. (96 minutes, 2003)