Release year: 1984 Director: Stewart Raffill Screenwriter: Michael Janover, William Gray, Charles Berlitz & William L. moore (based on the book by) Starring: Michael Paré, Nancy Allen, Eric Christmas, Bobby Di Cicco, Louise Latham, Kene Holiday, Joe Dorsy, Miles McNamara During a military experiment in 1943 to make navy ships invisible to the enemy the ..
Release year: 2018 Director: Alex Garland Screenwriter: Alex Garland, Jeff VanderMeer (based on the novel by) Starring: natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason leigh, Tessa Thompson, Oscar Isaac, Gina Rodriguez, Tuva Novotny, David Gyasi When the missing husband of biologist Lena (Portman) returns a changed and sick man after entering a strange area under alien influence, ..
Release year: 2019 Director: Ruben Fleischer Screenwriter: Jeff Pinkner, Scott Rosenberg, Kelly Marcel Starring: Tom Hardy, Michelle Williams, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, Reid Scott, Jenny Slate, Woody Harrelson, Peggy Lu As failed reporter Eddie Brock (Hardy) pursue a story hoping to bring down ruthless scientist Drake (Ahmed) he encounters an alien symbiote who chooses him ..
Release year: 2017 Director: Tommy Wirkola Screenwriter: Max Botkin, Kerry Williamson Starring: Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe, Marwan Kenzari, Christian Rubeck, Pål Sverre Hagen, Tomiwa Edun, Cassie Clare In a future where over-population has become the world’s biggest problem, a strict one-child policy has been made. If any siblings are discovered, they will be ..
Release Year: 1947 Director: Preston Sturgess Writer: Preston Sturgess Starring: Harold Lloyd, Frances Ramsden, Jimmy Conlin, Raymond Walburn, Rudy Vallee, Edgar Kennedy, Arline Judge Moviegeek Sunday Classic #323, week 37 2020 Twenty years after his promising performance at a football match, mild-mannered clerk Harold Diddlebock (Harold Lloyd) is stuck in a rut until he is ..
Release Year: 1995 Director: Joseph Ruben Writers: Doug Richardson (screenplay & story), David Loughery Starring: Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson, Jennifer Lopez, Robert Blake, Chris Cooper, Joe Grifasi, Scott Sowers, Skipp Sudduth, Vincent Patrick A vengeful subway cop (Woody Harrelson) decides to rob the money train which transports the subway fares. His foster brother (Wesley Snipes), ..
Despite being a rather mild-mannered Londoner, Hugh Grant has been one of the most recognisable faces in Hollywood since the mid 1990s. After a mixed career in the 1980s and early 1990s, Grant rose to fame worldwide with Four Weddings and a Funeral (see below) and since then he has been associated with romantic ..
Release year: 1951 Director: Walter Lang Screenwriter: Valentine Davies, Phoebe Ephron, Henry Ephron, Rudolph Lothar (based on the play ‘The Red Cat’ by) Starring: Danny Kaye, Gene Tierney, Corinne Calvet, Marcel Dalio, Jean Murat, Henri Letondal, Clinton Sundberg Ratings: 2 Oscar nominations: Best Art Direction, Best Music Moviegeek Sunday Classic #322, week 36 2020 When ..
Release year: 2018 Director: Vince Marcello Screenwriter: Vince Marcello, Beth Reekles (based on the novel by) Starring: Joey King, Jacob Elordi, Joel Courtney, Molly Ringwald, Jessica Sutton, Byron Langley, Meganne Young, Joshua Daniel Eady Elle (King) is best friends with Lee (Courtney) and Noah (Elordi) is Lee’s annoying bad-boy big brother. But when Elle kisses ..
Release Year: 1964 Director: Alfred Hitchcock Writers: Jay Presson Allen (screenplay), Winston Graham (based on his 1961 novel Marnie) Starring: Tippi Hedren, Sean Connery, Louise Latham, Diane Baker, Alan Napier, Mariette Hartley, Martin Gabel, S. John Launer, Bob Sweeney, Milton Selzer, Bruce Dern Moviegeek Sunday Classic #321, week 35 2020 The young and wealthy Mark ..
Sir Thomas Sean Connery, one of the most famous living Scotsmen, was born 90 years ago, on 25th August 1930 in Edinburgh. Starting small in a working class family, this tall and handsome scot, began a career in bodybuilding after a stint in the Royal Navy in his late teens, only to catch the acting ..
Release Year: 1980 Director: Robert Redford Writers: Alvin Sargent (screenplay), Judith Guest (based on her 1976 novel Ordinary People) Starring: Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore, Timothy Hutton, Judd Hirsch, Elizabeth McGovern, M. Emmet Walsh, Dinah Manoff, Fredric Lehne, Rating: Won 4 Oscars: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor (Timothy Hutton), Best Adapted Screenplay. Nominated for ..