Attack Force movie trailer - starring Steven Seagal, David Kennedy, Gabi Burlacu, Matthews Chambers. Directed by Michael Keusch. Genre: Action-Adventure
Theirs was the wedding nobody wanted to see Camille (Miller), the sweetest girl in all of Kentucky, just married the only man she has ever loved, Silas (Franco), a bad boy with a sordid past. The problem is Silas could care less about Camille and is hoping to use their fantasy honeymoon as a way to escape parole and flee to Canada. But on the way to Niagara Falls, events take a sudden, unexpected turn when their motorcycle collides with a passing truck. Camille pulls herself from the wreckage and seems unscathed, but soon Silas discovers that perhaps she didn't survive the accident after all. It's a long, winding road to happily ever after, and Camille is convinced that Niagara Falls will change Silas for the better. She may be right. Something magical is happening to both of them, and now Camille won't let anything stand in the way of their life together, not even her own mortality!
George Clooney and Noah Wyle head an all-star cast in this tense and powerful Cold War thriller performed live on network TV (CBS). An electrical malfunction prevents the Pentagon from stopping a pilot (Clooney) whose jet has been mistakenly ordered to drop nuclear bombs on Russia. Facing world nuclear annihilation the American President (Richard Dreyfus) must choose between an all-out war or the planned nuclear bombing of New York City as compensation.
Down to the Sea -- Luisa is 7 years old and wants to get down to the sea. No one takes her there, so she decides to depart from her small remote village and go there, guided by her conch. What does the sea smell like?
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Silas (James Franco) is a moody petty-thief who marries his parole officer’s niece Camille (Sienna Miller), believing he’ll be able to use their romantic honeymoon in Niagara Falls to escape across the border.
Based on the novel by Mary McCarthy, The Group was one of the slickest, and most highly publicized, cinematic soap operas of the 1960s. Filmed largely in New York, the story charts the exploits of eight young women, all of whom graduate from an exclusive Vassar-ish college in the middle of the Depression. Among the talented young actresses making their screen debuts herein are Candice Bergen as Lakey, the group's resident Lesbian; Joan Hackett as Dottie, a repressed socialite who takes up with bohemian artist Dick Brown (Richard Mulligan); Joanna Pettet as Kay, who marries philandering playwright Harald Peterson (Larry Hagman); and Kathleen Widdoes as Helena, the wealthiest of the girls who insists upon proving her value in the workplace. The other girls are Pokey (Marin-Robin Redd), who seems happiest when pregnant; Jessica Walter as Libby, the group's viper-tongued gossip and the darling of the Manhattan literary set (some have suggested that McCarthy based this character on herself); Elizabeth Hartman as Priss, the requisite heart-on-sleeve liberal; and Shirley Knight as Polly, whose bumpy love life culminates in a very colorful engagement party. Hal Holbrook, likewise making his first screen appearance, plays Gus LeRoy. Sumptuously produced, The Group is a bit empty dramatically, though the sheer volume of continuing characters manages to sustain audience interest. (Incidentally, here's a note for "blooper" spotters: wasn't the Pan Am building constructed in the 1950s? )
One of the greatest anti-war thrillers ever, Fail-Safe stars Henry Fonda, Walter Matthau, Dan O'Herlihy, Larry Hagman and Fritz Weaver (in his film debut) as a group of military men on the verge of World War III. When a military computer error deploys a squadron of SAC bombers to destroy Moscow, the American President (Fonda) tries to call them back. But their sophisticated fail-safe system prevents him from aborting the attack, so he must convince the Soviets not to retaliate. In desperation, the President offers to sacrifice an American city if his pilots succeed in their deadly mission over Moscow. A four-star techno-thriller that builds tension and suspense with every tick of the nuclear clock.
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