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All-star dud about an assassination attempt on the president during a packed football game.
On safari in Africa, Coach Archer (John Amos) discovers Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent) and imagines his potential as a college star back home in Disney's The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
Beautiful music begins as tutor Jane (Dayle Haddon) is introduced to pupil Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent) by Coach Archer (John Amos) and his aide Milo (Tim Conway) in The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
Witch-doctor Gazenga (Roscoe Lee Browne) encounters assistant coach Milo (Tim Conway) in a hotel bar in Disney's The World's Greatest Athlete, 1973.
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Daringly unique and sexy, Over the Edge is a wild trip through the dark side of gay cinema. An isolated med-student dropout begins to have blackouts while a serial killer reeks havoc through London. Could there be a coincidence?
Daringly unique and sexy, OVER THE EDGE is a wild trip through the dark side of gay cinema. Med-school dropout Jason is in a funk - he becomes increasingly isolated, losing sense of time and perspective, and finally begins to have blackouts. Intriguingly, as the blackouts become more frequent so too do the discovery of murdered men and women all over town. Confused, he enlists the help of work-colleague Richard, who also happens to be the object of his unconsummated affection, to help him unravel the mysterious goings-on. Full of eccentric British flair and ever-building sexual tension OVER THE EDGE is a true, one of a kind dark comedy.
Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Matt Dillon ("Crash," "There's Something About Mary") stars in this updated "Rebel Without a Cause" tale about teenagers in an affluent middle-American suburb where everything should be right, but isn't. The New York Times said it is "one of the year's best" and The Village Voice called it "dynamic, well directed, and acutely observed." Leonard Maltin sums it up as "powerful.... A winner!" Directed by Emmy-winner Jonathan Kaplan ("The Accused") with a soundtrack featuring music by Cheap Trick, The Cars, The Ramones and Van Halen.
Med-school dropout Jason is working as a photocopier repair-man, a completely mundane job. He begins to have blackouts and as they become more frequent, so are the discoveries of murdered men and women around town. He enlists the help of co-worker Richard, his object of his unconsummated affection, to help unravel these mysterious deaths.
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