Sterling K. Brown's story will blow your mind
October 26, 1999
A young mother (Kate Capshaw) bonds with her 15-year-old son (Tobey Maguire) at a wild Hollywood party, circa 1970. Features cameos by Uma Thurman, Kiefer Sutherland and Elliott Gould.
October 11, 1999
A young man deals with a futuristic world where time is money---literally. Zachary: Jim Youngs. Alice: Dana Andersen. Anthea: Judy Geeson. Mother: Diana Bellamy.
October 4, 1999
A group of older men fight the aging process by lacing up the gloves and competing in boxing championships at a local gym. Harold Gould, John LaMotta, Herb Marcus.
A woman learns she can't have children and feels her life serves no purpose. Annette O'Toole, Mercedes Ruehl.
Family ties are broken when a criticizing poem is read. Keith Gordon, Michael Fairman.
A NASA fuel technician sacrifices time with his family for success on the job. Guich Koock, Amy Stewart.
Story of a young boy in the 1960s who discovers a revolver hidden by his father. Lukas Haas, Jeffrey DeMunn.
A man must decide if he'll sign away his wife's life for a large sum of money. Ruben Blades, Vincent Spano.
A broken hearted man turns his home into a museum of his past relationships.
A budding artist competes in a tattoo contest against an experienced veteran.
A family gathers around their father one last time. Garry Marshall, Adam Baldwin.
The wife of a former fighter pilot takes funds from their bank account for a mysterious scheme. Dana Delany, Dabney Coleman, Treat Williams.
A seedy English rocker steals a young woman's stereo and she tries to steal it back with her neighbor Buford's help.
An elderly woman attempts to regain her husbands love by making him jealous. Jeff Corey, Allan Rich.
A young girl helps her ex-con father retrieve the money he stole nine years ago. Powers Boothe, Nicki Vannice.
A medical student of the future falls in love with a robot who doesn't know he's a machine. James Earl Jones, Elizabeth Perkins.
Two spacemen have an unusual traveling companion on their three-year mission.
A disturbed photographer finds his view of the world is closing in on him.
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