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Beethoven's 2nd (1994)
The charming Beethoven finds true love with another St. Bernard, Missy, and
they add four puppies to their unsuspecting human family. Many doggie gags
in this squeaky clean sequal to Beethoven.
A frustrated youngster's wish to be older comes true due to a magical fortune-telling
machine. Charming fantasy-comedy.
Beethoven's 2nd (1994)
The charming Beethoven finds true love with another St. Bernard, Missy,
and they add four puppies to their unsuspecting human family. Many doggie
gags in this squeaky clean sequal to Beethoven.
Effective, if violent, adventure based on the legend on 13th-century Scottish
rebel William Wallace. Spectacular battle scenes were expertly directed by
Mel Gibson, 1996 Oscar winner for Best Picture.
DeepStar Six (1989)
A crew installing nuclear missiles underwater discovers a voracious sea creature
that doesn't take kindly to their efforts. Decent low-budget sci-fi horror
Held Up! (2000)
A comedy that isn't funny, a drama that isn't dramatic, and an action movie
lacking action. I'm going to replace it soon.
(Return to) Lonesome Dove (1990)
Sprawling epic about the twists and turns of Texas cowpunchers herding cattle
to Montane. Vivid characterizations, superb adaptation of Larry MacMurphy's
novel. Made for television.
One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Nickolson plays a convict whi thinks he can beat jail by feigning insanity,
but finds the mental institution worse by far. Great cast and visionary direction
made it win the top five Oscars: Best Picture, Directer, Acter, Actress,
Only You (1994)
Decent Rom-Com about a schoolteacher who believes the love of her life will
be named Damon Bradley. Right before her wedding, she meets him.
The Quick and the Dead (1987)
A homesteading family is attacked, but a mysterious frontiersman comes to
their aid. Well done, taken from a Louis L'Amour novel.
Rain Man (1988)
A con artist discovers he has an autistic brother inherrited the family fortune.
Good plot. Both Cruise and Hoffman did excellent performances. Won Oscars
for Best Picture, Director, and Screenplay.
Red Dawn (1984)
Communists invade America for the first time in ...well...ever! 8 teenagers
rebel against the foreign menace, calling themselves the Wolverines, after
their school mascot. Surprisingly good!
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)
The Enterprise crew struggles to save a syntheticly created planet, that
may have the power to ressurect a dead Vulcan. Terrific story and special
You Only Live Twice (1967)
James Bond must stop SPECTRE from causing WWIII in this fast-paced action
movie. Good Japanese locations and cinemetography. Great plot.