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Lantana – Stirring, adult premise of relations obstructed by monotony, routine, and absence of articulation. LaPaglia plays a cop, whose marriage has stagnated, leading him to have an affair. In the mean time, he examines the disappearance of a lady whose own marriage is in danger. The film is beautifully nuanced at every turn. Cast includes Anthony LaLaglia, Geoffrey Hurry, Barbara Hershey, Kerry Armstrong, Rachael Blake, Vince Colosimo, Daniela Farinacci, and Peter Phelps. (121 minutes, 2001)
The Eagle and the Hawk – Well generated anti war film with tentative idol March, daunting gunner Grant, everyone’s buddy Oakie, and sympathetic city girl Lombard. Awakening John Mouk Saunders tale is still well timed. Cast includes Fredric March, Cary Grant, Jack Oakie, Carole Lombard, and Douglas Scott. (68 minutes, 1933)
Hail Caesar – Horrifying music-megastar wannabe (Chamber) is in love with an offensive debutante, whose father is arranging to undermine an upcoming concert. Not a very good film. Cast includes Anthony Michael Chamber, Robert Downey, Jr., Frank Gorshin, Samuel L. Jackson, Judd Nelson, and Nicholas Pryor. (97 minutes, 1994)
Slattery’s Hurricane – Weather reporter Widmark, in midst of storm, looks back on his life. Damell and Pool are the two ladies he has loved. Cast includes Richard Widmark, Linda Damell, Veronica Pool, John Russell, and Gary Merrill. (83 minutes, 1949)
Jack Frost – A slack dad dies in an auto accident and comes to life one year later as a snowman in his kid’s front yard! Nice, likable acting and an lack of hostility make this an alright family film. However, it on no account conquers its quintessential issue, an exceptionally bizarre premise. Cast includes Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Mark Addy, Joseph Cross, Henry Rollins, and Dweezil Zappa. (95 minutes, 1998)
Bullitt – Ultimate McQueen antihero role that he grows to love. As a police officer attempting to keep his witness alive. McQueen sees a great deal of atrocities as the mob is out to execute the man he must guard. Cast includes Steve McQueen, Robert Vaughn, Jacqueline Bisset, Don Gordon, and Robert Duvall. (113 minutes, 1968)
Slaughter’s Big Ripoff – A murderer is still playing games with the Mob in this dull action film. McMahon gives more effort to his role as the mob boss than it merits. Cast includes Jim Brown, Ed McMahon, Brock Peters, Don Stroud, Gloria Hendry, Dick Anthony Williams, and Art Metrano. (93 minutes, 1973)
The Gorilla – Disheartening comedy whodunit with the Ritz Brothers as fumbling investigators prowling around old rest home looking for a murderer. Cast includes The Ritz Brothers, Anita Louise, Patsy Kelly, Lionel Atwill, Bela Lugosi, and Joseph Calleia. (66 minutes, 1939)
Kimberley Jim – Little musical of 2 happy-go-lucky gamblers who win a fortune in a fixed poker game, and then have a change of heart. Cast includes Jim Reeves, Madeleine Guide, Clive Pamell, Arthur Swemmer, and Mike Holt. (82 minutes, 1965)
Soup for One – Occasionally triumphing although choppy presentation of solo New Yorker Rubinek looking for his fantasy gal. Cast includes Saul Rubinek, Marcia Strassman, Gerrit Graham, Teddy Pendergrass, Richard Libertini, Andrea Martin, and Lewis J. Stadlen. (87 minutes, 1982)