Harriet is a 2019 American biographical drama film directed by Kasi Lemmons and produced by Debra Martin Chase, Daniela Taplin Lundberg and Gregory Allen Howard.  The screenplay was written by Gregory Allen Howard and Kasi Lemmons and is based on the story by Gregory Allen Howard.

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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains thematic content throughout, violent material and language)
Run Time:  2h 5min
Release Date:  November 1, 2019 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Biography, Drama
Director:  Kasi Lemmons
Studio:  Focus Features
Budget:  $17 Million
Box Office:  $43.3 Million

Harriet stars Cynthia Erivo, Joe Alwyn, Clarke Peters, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Omar J. Dorsey, Henry Hunter Hall, Ton Guinee, Nick Basta, Joseph Lee Anderson, Antonio J. Bell, C.J. McBath, Alexis Louder, Aria Brooks, Janelle Monae, Zachary Momoh, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Jennifer Nettles.

Harriet is the biographical story about freedom fighter Harriet Tubman (Cynthia Erivo), and her amazing escape from slavery and transformation into one of America’s greatest heroes, whose courage, ingenuity and tenacity freed hundreds of enslaved people on the Underground Railroad and changed the course of history in the face of growing pre-Civil war adversity.

Before escaping from the hands of her slave-owners in Maryland in 1849, Tubman was known as Araminta “Minty” Ross and worked at the Brodess plantation alongside her family members and husband John (Zachary Momoh); a free man on paper but not quite in practice in the racist South. Minty decides she will be free or die and escapes from it all through a series of acts that often feel like divine mysteries guided by faith and the bright light of the North Star.

She is aided by a few people along the way including Reverend Green (Vondie Curtis-Hall) and Thomas Garrett (Tom Guinee). Eventually Minty makes it over 100 miles alone to the Pennsylvania border and met with the prospect of a new life and fresh start. Once across the border she finds William Still (Leslie Odom Jr.) who leads an organization that helps escaped slaves, and Marie Buchanon (Janelle Monae), an entrepreneur who owns and runs the Philadelphia boarding house she moves into. William Still starts documenting her journey and tells Minty she can choose a new name as a free woman and she choose Harriet after her mother who went by the name Rit which was short for Harriet and Tubman which is her husbands last name and Harriet Tubman emerged a free black woman in Pennsylvania.

Missing her family, she risks her own freedom and travels back to Maryland to rescue her husband John. When she arrives to take him, she discovers he has remarried thinking that his beloved Minty had died. Disappointed, she rounds up 9 other slaves and helps them escape along the same route she had taken a year before. Harriet becomes a conductor on the Underground Railroad and embarks on an endless string of round-trip journeys down to the South, assuming a disguise and the nickname “Moses” and rescues more slaves with each miraculous expedition.

Movie Quotes

“Even now, you’re mine.” – Gideon Brodess
“I was never yours, Gideon. I was never nobody’s property. Ever since your daddy sold my sisters, I prayed for God to make me strong enough to fight. And that’s what I prayed for ever since. I reasoned that there was one or two things I had a right to. Liberty or death. If I couldn’t have one, I’d have the other.” – Harriet Tubman
“Fear is your enemy. Trust in God. The North Star will guide you. Follow that North Star. If there are no stars, just follow the river. If you can’t see the river, listen for it. When the river split, cross the high bridge over the rushing creek, and head straight north. After a few days time, Delaware River be on your right. Follow that to Wilmington. Look for a blacksmith and iron merchant named Thomas Garrett. I’ll send him word. May God be with you, child.” – Reverend Green

“John and me, we want our babies born free like they supposed to be.” – Harriet Tubman

“Whoa, easy now. Now, I’ve decided not to sell you after all. Fact is, I’d miss you. Now, you been there all my life, like your mama was all my daddy’s. Daddy vowed never to sell your mama. And I’m vowing never to sell you. Now, you can come on back and I won’t hurt you bad. You can stat at home, stay with John, stay with us. Would you like that?” – Gideon Brodess
“I’m going to be free or die.” – Harriet Tubman

“Here we are friend. Pennsylvania border. Shall I drive thee across, or would thee prefer to walk alone into freedom?” – Thomas Garrett
“I walk with the Lord.” – Harriet Tubman

“Well, I don’t know if you know how extraordinary this is, but by some miraculous means, you have made it one hundred miles to freedom, all by yourself. Would you like to pick a new name to mark your freedom? Most ex-slaves do. Any name you want.” – William Still
“They call my mama Rit, but her name Harriet. I want my mama name and my husband. Harriet Tubman.” – Harriet Tubman

I made up my mind, I’m going back. Without my husband and my family, I’m just a stranger in a strange land. If I’m free, they should be too. I’m going to go get them, one by one, starting with my husband.” – Harriet Tubman

“God don’t mean people to own people, Gideon! Our time is near.” – Harriet Tubman

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Movie Stars

Cynthia Erivo as Harriet / Minty

Leslie Odom Jr. as William Still

Joe Alwyn as Gideon Brodess

Clarke Peters as Ben Ross

Vanessa Bell Calloway as Rit Ross

Omar J. Dorsey as Bigger Long

Henry Hunter Hall as Walter

Tom Guinee as Thomas Garrett

Nick Basta as Foxx

Joseph Lee Anderson as Robert Ross

Antonio J. Bell as Henry Ross

C.J. McBath as Junyah Ross

Alexis Louder as Jane

Aria Brooks as Anger (8)

Janelle Monae as Maria Buchanon

Zachary Momoh as John Tubman

Vondie Curtis-Hall as Reverend Green

Jennifer Nettles as Eliza Brodess

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Absolute Power

Absolute Power is a 1997 American action crime drama film directed by Clint Eastwood and produced by Clint Eastwood and Karen S. Spiegel.  The screenplay was written by William Goldman and is based on the book ‘Absolute Power’ by David Baldacci.

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Rated:  R (movie contains violence, sexuality and language)
Run Time:  2h 1min
Release Date:  February 14, 1997 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director:  Clint Eastwood
Studio:  Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Releasing
Budget:  $50 Million
Box Office:  $50.1 Million

Absolute Power stars Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Ed Harris, Laura Linney, Scott Glenn, Dennis Haysbert, Judy Davis, E.G. Marshall, Melora Hardin, Richard Jenkins, Alison Eastwood, Kimber Eastwood and Penny Johnson.

Absolute Power is the story of skilled master thief Luther Whitney (Clint Eastwood) who while breaks into the mansion of billionaire Walter Sullivan (E.G. Marshall) and finds himself at the wrong place at the wrong time, witnessing the murder of a Sullivan’s wife Christy (Melora Hardin) who was involved in a tryst with Alan Richmond (Gene Hackman), the President of the United States.

While executing what was supposed to be his last job, Luther was startled by the sound of people in the house and he hid in a secret room and from behind a one-way mirror, he sees that it’s Christy Sullivan, the wife of the owner of the house he is robbing and another man. The two of them are fooling around when the guy decides to liven things up by striking her.  She gets away, but he corners her and she grabs a letter opener and is about to stab him when he cries out for help and two men come in and shoot her dead.

It seems the man is President Alan Richmond and the two men are Secret Service Agents Bill Burton (Scott Glenn) and Tim Collins (Dennis Hasybert), who are assigned to him. Later, Chief of Staff Gloria Russell (Judy Davis) enters, and upon learning what happened, decides to cover it up and makes it appear she was killed by a burglar. After sanitizing the room, they are about to leave but they forgot the letter opener. Whitney comes out of the room and takes the letter opener and makes his get away, but when they return for the letter opener they discover Whitney and chase him, but he gets away.

Whitney tries to leave town, but when he learns just how corrupt and amoral Richmond is, he decides to play mind games with him and the others. Richmond, at the same time, tells them that Whitney must be silenced permanently.

Movie Quotes

“Go down a rope in the middle of the night? If I could do that, I’d be the star of my AARP meetings.” – Luther Whitney 
“Why’d you come?” – Kate Whitney
“I couldn’t have you thinking I was a murderer.” – Luther Whitney
“No, I mean why did you come to the restaurant this afternoon? You must have suspected something, or else you wouldn’t have been prepared.” – Kate Whiteny
“My daughter wanted to see me.” – Luther Whitney

“Because I swear to you, Kate. I swear to you on Mattie’s grave. Yeah, that’s right. Your mother’s grave, I’d kill myself before I lied about that.” – Luther Whitney

“I’d been married to my Rebecca for forty-seven years. When she died, I decided I never wanted that pain again. One thing I knew about Christy, she was going to outlive me.” – Walter Sullivan

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Movie Stars

Clint Eastwood as Luther Whitney

Gene Hackman as President Alan Richmond

Ed Harris as Seth Frank

Laura Linney as Kate Whitney

Scott Glenn as Bill Burton

Dennis Haysbert as Tim Collin

Judy Davis as Gloria Russell

E.G. Marshall as Walter Sullivan

Melora Hardin as Christy Sullivan

Richard Jenkins as Michael McCarty

Alison Eastwood as Art Student

Kimber Eastwood as White House Tour Guide

Penny Johnson Jerald as Laura Simon

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Air Force One

Air Force One is a 1997 American action thriller film directed by Wolfgang Petersen and produced by Gail Katz, Jonathan Shestalk, Wolfang Petersen and Armyan Rernstein.  The screenplay was written by Andrew W. Marlowe.

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Rated:  R (movie contains violence)
Run Time:  2h 4min
Release Date:  July 25, 1997 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Drama, Thriller
Director:  Wolfgang Petersen
Studio:  Columbia Pictures
Budget:  $85 Million
Box Office:  $315.2 Million

Air Force One stars Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, Wendy Crewson, Liesel Matthews, Paul Guilfoyle, Xander Berkeley, William H. Macy, Dean Stockwell, Tom Everett, Donna Bullock and Philip Baker Hall.

Air Force One is an action thriller where steadfast U.S. President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) was in Moscow giving a speech outlining the USA’s new “Zero-tolerance” policy with respect to terrorism. In the speech he tells the world he will not negotiate with terrorists. On the flight back home, Air Force One is forcibly hi-jacked by terrorists who take control of the President’s plane and take the passengers hostage, including his wife Grace (Wendy Crewson) and daughter Alice (Liesel Matthews).

The terrorists are a group of Russian neo-nationalists led by Ivan Korshunov (Gary Oldman) who demand the release of General Alexander Radek (Jurgen Prochnow) and threatens to execute one hostage every half-hour unless/until their demands are met.

Meanwhile, during the initial hi-jacking, the Secret Service agents heard the gunfire and evacuated President Marshall to the escape pods. In a scuffle with the terrorists, the agents and terrorists were killed. Further, knowing his family was still on board, he released an empty pod and he stowed away in the belly of the aircraft. Using the element of surprise was able to overtake one of the terrorists and acquires a gun. Now he races against time to rescue his family and everyone else on board.

Movie Quotes

“Peace isn’t merely the absence of conflict, but the presence of justice.” – President James Marshall 
“When you talk to the President, you might remind him that I am holding his wife, his daughter, his chief of staff, his national security advisor, his classified papers…and his baseball glove!” – Ivan Korshunov

“Okay guys give me some room. I’ve just been ordered to fire on Air Force One.” – Colonel Carlton

“Get off my plane!” – President James Marshall

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Movie Stars

Harrison Ford as President James Marshall

Gary Oldman as Ivan Korshunov

Glenn Close as Vice President Kathryn Bennett

Wendy Crewson as First Lady Grace Marshall

Liesel Matthews as Alice Marshall

Paul Guilfoyle as Chief of Staff Lloyd Shepperd

Xander Berkeley as Agent Gibbs

William H. Macy as Major Caldwell

Dean Stockwell as Defense Secretary Walter Dean

Tom Everett as NSA Advisor Jack Doherty

Donna Bullock as Press Secretary Melanie Mitchell

Philip Baker Hall as U.S. Attorney General Ward

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Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service is a 2014 American action spy comedy adventure film directed by Matthew Vaughn and produced by Matthew Vaughn and David Reid.  The screenplay was written by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn and is based on ‘The Secret Service’ by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.

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Rated:  R (movie contains sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content)
Run Time:  2h 9min
Release Date:  February 13, 2015 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Adventure, Comedy, Spy
Director:  Matthew Vaughn
Studio:  20th Century Fox
Budget:  $94 Million
Box Office:  $414.4 Million

Kingsman: The Secret Service stars Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Samuel L. Jackson, Sophie Cookson, Sofia Boutella, Edward Holcraft, Mark Hamill, Michael Caine, Samanth Womack, Jack Davenport, Hanna Alstrom and Lily Travers.

Kingsman: The Secret Service is the story of Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin (Taron Egerton), an unrefined but promising street kid who lives with his mother in a South London housing estate and seems headed for a life behind bars.  Eggsy’s father died when he was young and his mother is now living with a creep who mistreats her and Eggsy.  When Eggsy has a run in with some nefarious sorts, he ends up getting arrested.

Just after his father died, a man at the funeral gave Eggsy a phone number to call if he ever needed help.  Remembering the instructions, he called the number leaves a message on the machine and shortly after a man named Harry Hart (Colin Firth) frees him from jail and tells Eggsy that he was a friend of his father’s.

When the man who Eggsy slighted wants some payback, Harry steps up and single-handedly takes care of him and his companions.  Harry then tells Eggsy that he is part of a secret organization called ‘The Kingsman’ which his father was also a member and that his father died trying to make the world safe.  Harry offers Eggsy an opportunity to be a Kingsman, and after accepting the offer, he begins a grueling training course.

Meanwhile, Harry is looking into the demise of another Kingsman agent and the trail leads him to tech billionaire Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) who is planning to launch a diabolical plan to solve the problem of climate change via a worldwide killing spree using mind altering chips implanted in peoples cell phones.

Movie Quotes

“He made me kill professor Arnold. I god damn loved Professor Arnold.” – Richmond Valentine 
“Limits must be tested.” – Harry Hart

“So what does this do? Electrocute someone?” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin
“Don’t be ridiculous. It’s a hand grenade.” – Harry Hart
“Shut Up!” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

“Manners maketh man.” – Harry Hart

“I’m a Catholic whore, currently enjoying congress out of wedlock with my black Jewish boyfriend who works at a military abortion clinic. So hail Satan, and have a lovely day, madam.” – Harry Hart

“You shot a dog just to get a job?” – Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

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Movie Stars

Taron Egerton as Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin

Colin Firth as Harry Hart / Galahad

Mark Strong as Merlin

Samuel L. Jackson as Richmond Valentine / V

Sophie Cookson as Roxy

Sofia Boutella as Gazelle

Edward Holcraft as Charlie

Mark Hamill as Professor Arnold

Michael Caine as Arthur

Samantha Womack as Michelle Unwin

Jack Davenport as Lancelot

Hanna Alstrom as Princess Tilde

Lily Travers as Lady Sophie

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Outbreak is a 1995 American medical disaster drama film directed by Wolfgang Peterson and produced by Gail Katz, Arnold Kopelson, Anne Kopelson and Wolfgang Peterson.  The screenplay was written by Lawrence Dworet and Robert Roy Pool and is based on the novel ‘The Hot Zone‘ by Richard Preston.

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Rated:  R (movie contains language and disturbing subject matter)
Run Time:  2h 7min
Release Date:  March 10, 1995 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Drama, Thriller
Director:  Wolfgang Peterson
Studio:  Warner Bros. Pictures
Budget:  $50 Million
Box Office:  $189.8 Million

Outbreak stars Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo, Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman, Patrick Dempsey, Cuba Gooding Jr., Donald Sutherland, Zakes Mokae, Dale Dye, Bruce Jarchow, Maury Sterling and J.T. Walsh.

Outbreak is the story of Colonel Sam Daniels (Dustin Hoffman), a virologist and contagious disease expert with the United States Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Disease, who is sent to investigate an outbreak in Zaire of a lethal and unidentified virus similar to Ebola and Lassa. When he returns he warns his superior officer Brigadier General William Ford (Morgan Freeman) of the lethal nature of the virus and wants to put out an alert. Ford, who had been one of the men who first dealt with the virus twenty-five years earlier in Africa, insists the virus is contained and is unlikely to show up in the U.S.

Meanwhile, what neither man knows is that the host, a Capuchin monkey, has been brought into the U.S. by freighter from Africa and landed in California. Through an under the table bribe, a young man named Jimbo Scott (Patrick Dempsey) arranges to get the monkey, bound for an animal testing lab, out of quarantine in order to sell it. However, his potential buyer rejects the monkey because it is a female and not what he had agreed to purchase. With no buyer and not wanting to get caught, Jimbo released the monkey into the forest and flies back to Boston to meet up with his girlfriend.

Soon after boarding the flight to Boston, Jimbo starts getting sick. After he lands in Boston, he collapses and gets rushed to a Boston hospital in critical condition. The doctors on hand are confounded by how aggressively and fast he got sick and died and report the symptoms and quick mortality to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and news makes it to Colonel Daniels. Daniels wants to look into it further but General Ford denies his request.

In the meantime, so he turns to his ex-wife, Dr. Dr. Robby Keough (Rene Russo), who works for the CDC and also Daniels ex-wife is called in to investigate. Dr. Keough discovers the virus matches up with the disease from Africa. With an extremely aggressive nature, the virus kills very quickly and Colonel Daniels surmises that it has been contained until another outbreak occurs in Cedar Creek, a small town in California. Daniels defies his orders and flies to Cedar Creek and meets up with a team of doctors including his ex-wife Robby, Major Casey Schuler (Kevin Spacey) and Major Salt (Cuba Gooding Jr.).

A quarantine zone is established to stop the virus from spreading and fearing the virus spreading outside of the small town, the Army is called in to manage the situation. The operation is headed up by Ford’s boss, Major General McClintock (Donald Sutherland) who has his own agenda in mind in order to protect the lethal bug in order to still be able to use it as a bio-weapon. McClintock and Ford were stationed together in Africa in 1969 and first encountered the Mutaba virus in a rural village and developed an antidote, making it the perfect weapon. However, the virus in Cedar Creek mutated and is now airborne making the original antidote useless.

Meanwhile, the doctors must fight against the clock to concoct a new antidote to save the town and its residents before the Army attempts to destroy the town with a fuel-air bomb to try and kill the mutated virus before it spreads further and keeping the original Mutaba virus as a viable bio-weapon. Can Colonel Daniel’s and his team save the day?

Movie Quotes

“I hate this bug” – Major Casey Schuler
“Come on, Casey. You have to love its simplicity. It’s one-billionth our size and it’s beating us.” – Colonel Sam Daniels 
“Donny… these people are Americans.” – General Billy Ford
“2,600 dead or dying Americans. If that bug gets out of there, Billy, 260 million Americans’ll be dead or dying. Those people are casualties of war, Billy. I would give’em all a medal if I could, but they are casualties of war.” – General Donald McClintock

“You know, fear gets a bad rap, Salt. I don’t want anybody working with me who isn’t scared. Okay?” – Colonel Sam Daniels
“Well then I’m you’re man, sir.” – Major Salt

“Sir, my pilot’s… taking a leak” – Sergeant Meyer
“A leak? No Shit!” – Colonel Sam Daniels

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Movie Stars

Dustin Hoffman as Colonel Sam Daniels

Rene Russo as Robby Keough

Kevin Spacey as Major Casey Schuler

Morgan Freeman as Brigadier General Billy Ford

Patrick Dempsey as Jimbo Scott

Cuba Gooding Jr. as Major Salt

Donald Sutherland as Major General Donald McClintock

Zakes Mokae as Dr. Benjamin Iwabi

Dale Dye as Lieutenant Colonel Briggs

Bruce Jarchow as Dr. Mascelli

Maury Sterling as Sandman One

J.T. Walsh as Chief of Staff

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Tombstone is a 1993 American western action film directed by George P. Cosmatos and produced by James Jacks, Sean Daniel and Bob Misiorowski.  The screenplay was written by Kevin Jarre.

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Rated:  R (movie contains sexual content, language, crude humor and some drug references)
Run Time:  2h 10min
Release Date:  December 25, 1993 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Biography, Drama, Western
Director:  George P. Cosmatos
Studio:  Buena Vista Pictures
Budget:  $25 Million
Box Office:  $56.5 Million

Tombstone stars Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer, Sam Elliott, Bill Paxton, Powers Booth, Michael Biehn, Dana Delany, Stephen Lang, Charlton Heston, Billy Bob Thornton, Jason Priestly, Billy Zane, Dana Wheeler-Nicol, Michael Rooker, Thomas Haden Church, Joanna Pacula, Jon Tenney, Robert Mitchum, Harry Carey Jr., Paula Malcomson, Lisa Collins, Robert John Burke, Buck Taylor, John Corbett, Terry O’Quinn and Paul Ben-Victor.

Tombstone is the story of Wyatt Earp (Kurt Russell), a retired peace officer with a notable reputation who reunites with his brothers Morgan Earp (Bill Paxton) and Virgil Earp (Sam Elliott) in Tucson, Arizona where they venture on toward Tombstone to settle down. There they encounter Wyatt’s long-time friend Doc Holliday (Val Kilmer) who is seeing relief in a dry climate from his worsening tuberculosis.

Meanwhile, the Earp’s have left their gunslinger ways behind them and intend to settle down and start a business in the town of Tombstone in the 1870’s.  Not looking for trouble yet the Earp’s found trouble when they become targets of the ruthless Cowboy gang lead by “Curly Bill” Brocius (Powers Booth).  The brothers are forced to pick up their guns once more to try to restore order to a lawless land and are assisted by Doc Holliday for the legendary fight at the OK Corral. After which, Wyatt announces that he is a U.S. Marshall and is set on killing the Cowboy’s who all wear red sashes around their waist.

Wyatt and Doc along with “Texas Jack” Vermillion (Peter Sherayko), “Turkey Creek” Jack Johnson (Buck Taylor) and a reformed Cowboy named Sherman McMasters (Michael Rooker) form a posse to wipe out the notorious gang.

Movie Quotes

“There’s no normal life, Wyatt, it’s just life. Get on with it.” – Doc Holliday 
“You called down the thunder, well now you’ve got it.” – Wyatt Earp

“I’m your Huckleberry.” – Doc Holliday

“Tell em the law’s coming. You tell em I’m coming, and hell’s coming with me… Hell’s coming with me!” – Wyatt Earp

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Movie Stars

Kurt Russell as Wyatt Earp

Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday

Sam Elliott as Virgil Earp

Bill Paxton as Morgan Earp

Powers Booth as William ‘Curly Bill’ Brocius

Michael Biehn as Johnny Ringo

Dana Delany as Josephine ‘Josie’ Marcus

Stephen Lang as Ike Clanton

Charlton Heston as Henry Hooker

Billy Bob Thornton as Johnny Tyler

Jason Priestly as Billy Breckenridge

Billy Zane as Mr. Fabian

Dana Wheeler-Nicol as Mattie Blaylock

Michael Rooker as Sherman McMasters

Thomas Haden Church as Billy Clanton

Joanna Pacula as Kate

Jon Tenney as John Behan

Robert Mitchum as Narrator

Harry Carey Jr. as Marshall Fred White

Paula Malcomson as Allie Earp

Lisa Collins as Louisa Earp

Robert John Burke as Frank McLaury

Thomas Arana as Frank Stillwell

Buck Taylor as Turkey Creek Jack Johnson

Peter Sherayko as Texas Jack Vermillion

John Corbett as Barnes

Terry O’Quinn as Mayor John P. Clum

Paul Ben-Victor as ‘Indian Charlie’ Cruz

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Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye is a 2008 American action thriller film directed by D.J. Caruso and produced by Alex Kurtzman, Robert Orci and Pat Crowley.  The screenplay was written by John Glenn, Travis Adam Wright, Hillary Seitz and Dan McDermott and is based on the story by Dan McDermott.

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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains intense sequences of action and violence and language)
Run Time:  1h 58min
Release Date:  September 26, 2008 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Mystery, Thriller
Director:  D.J. Caruso
Studio:  DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures
Budget:  $80 Million
Box Office:  $178.8 Million

Eagle Eye stars Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson, Billy Bob Thornton, Michael Chiklis, Julianne Moore, Anthony Mackie, Ethan Embry, Cameron Boyce, William Sadler, Deborah Strang, Eric Christian and Marc Singer.

Eagle Eye is the story of Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf), a Stanford University  dropout working at a copy shop who tragically learns his identical twin brother Ethan (also Shia LaBeouf) has been killed. Ethan was a minuteman officer in the U.S. Air Force with expertise in parallel algorithms and quantum electronics.

After Ethan’s funeral, Jerry stops by an ATM and mysteriously has $750,000 in his bank account. Money comes flying out of the machine and he scoops most of it up and takes off. Upon returning home, his whole apartment is full of military weapon crates, ammonium nitrate, forged passports and Department of Defense documents.  Suddenly he receives a call from a mysterious woman (Julianne Moore) who warns him that the FBI is about to arrest him and that he needs to run.

Disbelieving, Jerry is caught by the FBI and interrogated by Supervising Agent Tom Morgan (Billy Bob Thornton). While in custody, Jerry receives another call from the same mystery woman who assists him in escaping from custody and as events escalate he gets paired up with Rachel Holloman (Michelle Monaghan) who has also been contacted by the mystery woman. Threatening their families lives along with their own, the mystery woman pushes Jerry and Rachel into a series of increasingly dangerous situations, using the technology of everyday life to track and control their every move. Suddenly Jerry and Rachel become the country’s most wanted fugitives and must figure out what is happening to them.

Movie Quotes

“Jerry Shaw, you have been activated. Your compliance is vital.” – A.R.I.A. 
“If you’re staring at me, it better be because I’m the goddamn suspect. Because if I don’t get some good leads soon, you’re all gonna be demoted into something that’s gonna require touching shit with your hands.” – Agent Thomas Morgan

“Do you think they could derail a train?” – Rachel Holloman
“They changed every traffic light to get us here. The woman, she called me on a stranger’s cell phone who happened to be sitting next to me – never met the guy in my life. And then they broke me out of maximum security custody in a way I’m not even going to describe to you because it sounds crazy, and then they lift us off the face of the earth and drop us into the this shitpile. She could probably derail a train, she could probably turn a train into a talking duck.” – Jerry Shaw

“Listen, your son is as likely to be a terrorist as my brother.” – Jerry Shaw

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Movie Stars

Shia LaBeouf as Jerry Shaw / Ethan Shaw

Michelle Monaghan as Rachel Holloman

Rosario Dawson as Zoe Perez

Billy Bob Thornton as Agent Thomas Morgan

Michael Chiklis as Defense Secretary Callister

Anthony Mackie as Major William Bowman

Ethan Embry as Agent Toby Grant

Cameron Boyce as Sam Holloman

William Sadler as Jerry’s Dad

Deborah Strang as Jerry’s Mom

Eric Christian Olsen as Craig

Marc Singer as Explosives Developer

Julianne Moore as A.R.I.A.

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Paycheck is a 2003 American action crime drama film directed by John Woo and produced by John Woo, John Davis, Terence Chang and Michael Hackett.  The screenplay was written by Dean Gerogaris and is based on the story ‘Paycheck‘ written by Philip K. Dick in 1953.

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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains intense action violence and brief language)
Run Time:  1h 59min
Release Date:  December 25, 2003 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Crime, Drama, Romance
Director:  John Woo
Studio:  Paramount Pictures
Budget:  $61 Million
Box Office:  $96 Million

Paycheck stars Ben Affleck, Aaron Eckhart, Uma Thurman, Paul Giamatti, Colm Feore, Joe Morton, Michael C. Hall, Kathryn Morris, Ivana Milicevic, Peter Friedman and Michelle Harrison.

Paycheck is the story of Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck), a master of reverse engineering who gets paid by large corporations to crack the secrets of their competitors’ products and how they work. His latest job took 2 months to complete and he was paid handsomely. However, in exchange for the large paycheck, he also agrees to have his memory of all the work on the project wiped from his brain.

Jennings is the best in the business and is approached by James Rethrick (Aaron Eckhart), tech billionaire and head of Allcom, who wants to discuss a huge potential job opportunity with a very large payday. Without divulging  anything about the project itself, Rethrick promises him it will probably earn him eight figures but could take 2 to 3 years to complete. In order to learn more, Michael must contractually agree to take the job before he would find out anything about the actual project itself. He would also have to agree to a complete memory wipe back to the project start date to protect the secrets of Allcom. Standard procedure in Michael’s business but that is more than anyone has ever wiped which was incredibly risky.

Michael weighs the trade off of the large paycheck in exchange for losing up to 3 years of his life and memories, maybe more if something goes wrong. However, eight figures is hard to refuse and Jennings agrees and begins immediately. A marker is implanted in his cortex to pinpoint the start of the project which will be used as the reference point for his memory wipe upon completion. The contract states he must stay at Allcom for the duration of the project and also must turn in all of his personal effects to be returned when the project is completed.

Michael completes the job and goes to have his memory erased and collect his paycheck and his personal effects. Once his memory is erased, he finds out the project took 3 years and he earned $90 million dollars during his time on the job. When he goes to claim it and his stuff, he discovers that before his memory wipe he had waived his rights to the money and rather than the belongings he had checked in, he was handed an envelope with miscellaneous and random objects inside. Confused and angry with no memory of what had transpired, he is escorted out of Allcom.

Soon after, Jennings is arrested by the FBI who state he committed some act of treason and murder while working at Allcom. He remembers nothing. But, while in custody, he manages to escape using some of the items in the envelope he was given. Now he is a fugitive being chased by the FBI while at the same time, Rethrick is also after him and Michael soon realizes that the fate of the entire world might be in his hands.

Movie Quotes

“Look, if we know anything, we know that time travel’s not possible. Einstein proved that. right?” – Shorty
“Time ‘travel’, yes. But Einstein was very clear that he believed time viewing, theoretically, could be accomplished.” – Michael Jennings 
“Michael Jennings is not a super agent, he’s an engineer. Yet, somehow he managed to escape from a double-locked room. How? Was it fate? No. Fate was on our side. That means someone who knew, changed something.” – James Rethrick

“Let’s take a look at the future before we destroy this thing.” – Michael Jennings

“If you show someone their future, they have no future.” – Michael Jennings

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Movie Stars

Ben Affleck as Michael Jennings

Aaron Eckhart as Jimmy Rethrick

Uma Thurman as Rachel Porter

Paul Giamatti as Shorty

Colm Feore as Wolfe

Joe Morton as Agent Dodge

Michael C. Hall as Agent Klein

Kathryn Morris as Rita Dunne

Ivana Milicevic as Maya / Rachel

Peter Friedman as Attorney General Brown

Michelle Harrison as Jane

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Enemy of the State

Enemy of the State is a 1998 American action thriller film directed by Tony Scott and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.  The screenplay was written by David Marconi.

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Rated:  R (movie contains language and violence)
Run Time:  2h 12min
Release Date:  November 20, 1998 (USA)
Genre:  Action, Drama, Thriller, Spy, Conspiracy, Mystery
Director:  Tony Scott
Studio:  Buena Vista Pictures
Budget:  $90 Million
Box Office:  $250.6 Million

Enemy of the State stars Will Smith, Gene Hackman, Jon Voight, Regina King, Stuart Wilson, Laura Cayouette, Loren Dean, Barry Pepper, Ian Hart, Jake Busey, Scott Caan, Jason Lee, Gabriel Byrne, Jack Black, Jamie Kennedy, Seth Green, Philip Baker Hall, Tom Sizemore, Ivana Milicevic and Jason Robards.

Enemy of the State follows Robert Clayton Dean (Will Smith), a labor lawyer and dedicated family man who ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time. While Christmas shopping for his wife, Dean runs into Daniel Zavits (Jason Lee), an old friend from college who seems very upset and out of breath. Zavits then runs out the back of the store and is killed minutes later by an oncoming truck in front of Dean.

Meanwhile, the news is broadcasting coverage of the recent death of U.S. Congressman, Phillip Hammersley (Jason Robards), who is believed to have had a heart attack while driving and accidentally drove his car into a lake. However, before being discovered in the lake, Hammersley was in a heated discussion with National Security Agency (NSA) official Thomas Reynolds (Jon Voight) about his vote on an upcoming piece of surveillance legislation in which Hammersley was planning to vote no which would kill the bill. To assure the passage of the proposed legislation, Reynolds had the congressman assassinated with a lethal injection in his neck and his goons then placed him in his car and released the car into the lake.

Unbeknownst to Reynolds, Daniel Zavitz was working on a study to determine the migratory pattern of Canada geese and had a camera set up at the lake to videotape their behavior. While reviewing footage of geese, Zavitz discovers he had caught the entire murder on tape and would be able to identify the parties involved. He calls a friend at a newspaper to set up an exchange of the tape and then there is a knock at his door. Fearing for his life at that point, he climbs out of his fire escape and begins running which is where he ran into Dean shopping. In their exchange, Dean unknowingly receiving the videotape when Zavitz placed it into his shopping bag before fleeing the store.

Congressman Hammersley has been very vocal against upcoming new surveillance legislation and the evidence of the murder now resided with Dean. The NSA had been following Zavitz and tied the two together and started surveillance on Dean and his family. Dean’s life began to fall apart all around him and soon he loses his job and his wife from rumors of an affair with an ex-girlfriend named Rachel Banks (Lisa Bonet). The NSA turns their attention to her and she ends up getting killed and it is made to look like Dean had committed the murder. With the help of ex-intelligence agent Edward ‘Brill’ Lyle (Gene Hackman), Dean attempts to throw Reynolds off his trail and prove his innocence. Can Robert Dean get his life back?

Movie Quotes

“The government’s been in bed with the entire telecommunications industry since the forties. They’ve infected everything. They get into your bank statements, computer files, email, listen to your phone calls… Every wire, every air-wave. The more technology used, the easier it is for them to keep tabs on you. It’s a brave new world out there. At least it better be.” – Brill 
“Telecommunications Security and Privacy Act. Invasion of privacy is more like it. You read the Post? This bill is not the first step toward the surveillance society. It is the surveillance society.” – Congressman  Phillip Hammersley

“In guerrilla warfare, you try to use your weaknesses as strengths… if they’re big and you’re small, then you’re mobile and they’re slow. You’re hidden and they’re exposed. You only fight battles you know you can win. That’s the way the Vietcong did it. You capture their weapons and you use them against them the next time.” – Brill

“Hammersley was professionally wasted under the direction of some anal-retentive with what looks like a serious vitamin D deficiency.” – Daniel Zavitz

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Movie Stars

Will Smith as Robert Clayton Dean

Gene Hackman as Edward ‘Brill’ Lyle

Jon Voight as Thomas Brian Reynolds

Lisa Bonet as Rachel F. Banks

Regina King as Carla Dean

Stuart Wilson as Congressman Sam Albert

Laura Cayouette as Crista Hawkins

Loren Dean as Hicks

Barry Pepper as David Pratt

Ian Hart as Bingham

Jake Busey as Krug

Scott Caan as Jones

Jason Lee as Daniel Zavitz

Gabriel Byrne as Brill

Jack Black as Fiedler

Jamie Kennedy as Jamie

Seth Green as Selby

Jason Robards as Congressman Phillip Hammersley

Philip Baker Hall as Attorney Mark Silverberg

Tom Sizemore as Boss Paulie Pintero

Ivana Milicevic as Lingerie Store Salesperson

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A Fish Called Wanda

A Fish Called Wanda is a 1988 British-American action comedy film directed by Charles Crichton and John Cleese and produced by Michael Shamberg.  The screenplay was written by John Cleese and is based on the story by John Cleese and Charles Shamberg.

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Rated:  R (movie contains sexual content, language, crude humor and mature themes)
Run Time:  1h 48min
Release Date:  August 5, 1988 (USA)
Genre:  Romance, Comedy, Crime, Action
Director:  Charles Crichton and John Cleese
Studio:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Budget:  $8 Million
Box Office:  $62.5 Million

A Fish Called Wanda stars John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline, Michael Palin, Tom Georgeson, Maria Aitken, Cynthia Cleese, Patricia Hayes, Geoffrey Palmer and Stephen Fry.

A Fish Called Wanda is the story of four unlikely thieves who team up to plan and execute a large diamond heist in London worth £13 million. George Thomason (Tom Georgeson), a British gangster and his right-hand man Ken Pile (Michael Palin) recruit two arrogant Americans, Wanda Gerschwitz (Jamie Lee Curtis) a grifter and Otto West (Kevin Kline), a weapons expert to steal the diamonds.

When the job goes badly, Wanda and Otto plan to double cross George by having him arrested for the heist, while they abscond with the jewels. With an anonymous tip, they are able to get George arrested with him not knowing who tipped the police off. In the process, George is being implicated by an elderly eye witness named Eileen Coady (Patricia Hayes) who saw the whole thing.

With George in jail, Wanda and Otto go to the agreed upon hiding place only to discover that he in turn has protected his investment by moving the jewels to a different location with Ken being the only other person who knows where they are. While in custody, George tasks Ken, an animal lover with an extreme stuttering problem, with killing Mrs. Coady before she is able to testify against him, as she is the crown’s primary witness.

Meanwhile, Wanda has a plan of her own and she attempts to seduce George’s stuffy defense Barrister, Archie Leach (John Cleese), to find out where George hid the diamonds so she can double cross everyone and make off with the loot.

Movie Quotes

“To call you stupid would be an insult to stupid people! I’ve known sheep who could outwit you. I’ve worn dresses with higher IQ’s. But you think you’re an intellectual don’t you, ape” – Wanda
“Apes don’t read philosophy.” – Otto
“Yes they do, Otto. They just don’t understand it.” – Wanda 
“Aristotle was not Belgian. The central message of Buddhism is not ‘Every man for himself.’ And the London Underground is not a political movement. Those are all mistakes, Otto. I looked them up.” – Wanda

“Avoid the green ones. They’re not ripe yet.” – Otto

“Wanda, do you have any idea what it’s like being English? Being so correct all the time, being so stifled by this dread of, of doing the wrong thing, of saying to someone “Are you married?” and hearing “My wife left me this morning,” or saying, uh, “Do you have children?” and being told they all burned to death on Wednesday. You see, Wanda, we’re all terrified of embarrassment. That’s why we’re so… dead. Most of my friends are dead, you know, we have these piles of corpses to dinner. But you’re alive, God bless you, and I want to be, I’m so fed up with all this. I want to make love with you, Wanda. I’m a good lover – at least I used to be, back in the early 14th century. Can we go to bed?” – Archie Leach

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Movie Stars

John Cleese as Archie Leach

Jamie Lee Curtis as Wanda Gershwitz

Kevin Kline as Otto

Michael Palin as Ken Pile

Tom Georgeson as Georges Thomason

Maria Aitken as Wendy

Cynthia Cleese as Portia

Patricia Hayes as Mrs. Coaty

Geoffrey Palmer as Judge

Stephen Fry as Hutchison

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