Metal Gear -- METAL GEAR just won the Achievement in Filmmaking Award at the 2011 Williamsburg International Film festival!
Directed by Agustin Rodriguez and starring Daniel Kennedy, Rick Zahn and Evan Karagias, Metal Gear is a non-profit fan movie dedicated to and inspired by characters created by Hideo Kojima. Metal Gear is not yet related to Konami or Kojima Productions, but we would like nothing more than to work with Mr. Kojima on bringing to reality the dream of a Metal Gear Feature as classic as MGS itself. Spread the word!
Falling Down -- An unemployed defence worker frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, begins to psychotically and violently lash out against them.
Final Analysis -- Psychological thriller about a psychiatrist who becomes a murder suspect after allowing himself to become more than professionally involved with two wacky sisters.
Falling Down -- A laid-off defense worker is on a path of violence and self destruction, and now an LAPD detective, only hours away from retirement, must find him and stop his vigilante acts.
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When a high-profile murder shows up in his collection of potent, drug-like virtual reality clips, ex-cop Lenny gets ensnared in a fast-paced manhunt.
What do you do when you've finally had enough? In this 'wickedly mischievous, entertaining suspense thriller' ('N.Y. Times'), jobless, middle-aged, divorced Michael Douglas abandons his car in the middle of an impossible L.A. traffic jam and heads for home on foot. On the way, he takes out his frustration on everyone who gets in his way, escalating into a one-man crime wave.
Academy Award-winners Michael Douglas ("Disclosure," "Wall Street," and "Basic Instinct") and Robert Duvall ("A Civil Action," "The Godfather") star with Emmy-winner and Oscar-nominee Barbara Hershey ("Portrait of a Lady," "Hannah and Her Sisters") in this action-drama about a man's odyssey into madness, prompted by the effects of modern city life. It follows two ordinary men: a laid-off defense worker (Douglas) driven beyond frustration in an endless traffic jam now on a path of violence and potential self destruction, and an LAPD detective (Duvall), only hours away from retirement who is determined to find him and stop his vigilante acts. Directed by hit-maker Joel Schumacher ("Batman Forever," "The Client"). The New York Times called this "a wickedly mischievous, entertaining suspense thriller..."
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