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Big Trouble in Little China (also known as John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China) is a 1986 American martial arts comedy film directed by John Carpenter. It stars Kurt Russell as truck driver Jack Burton, who helps his friend Wang Chi (Dennis Dun) rescue Wang's green-eyed fiancee (Suzee Pai) from bandits in San Francisco's Chinatown. They go into the mysterious underworld beneath Chinatown, where they face an ancient sorcerer named Lo Pan (James Hong).
Although the film was originally envisioned as a Western set in the 1880s, screenwriter W. D. Richter was hired to rewrite the script extensively and modernize everything. The studio hired Carpenter to direct the film and rushed Big Trouble in Little China into production so that it would be released before a similarly themed Eddie Murphy film, The Golden Child, which was slated to come out around the same time. The project fulfilled Carpenter's long-standing desire to make a martial arts film.
The movie was a commercial failure, grossing $11.1 million in North America and well below its estimated $25 million budget. It received critically mixed reviews that left Carpenter disillusioned with Hollywood and influenced his
Epoch is a 2001 science fiction film directed by Matt Codd, starring David Keith, Stephanie Niznik, Brian Thompson and, Shannon Lee. In it, a strange monolith is discovered, and the team sent to study it encounters repeated disasters.
Four billion years ago, when life forms had not yet developed on Earth, a cosmic object fell in the seas of our planet. In modern times in the mountains of Bhutan, a huge artifact makes its way to the surface, producing a powerful electromagnetic pulse, which causes worldwide black-outs. Alarmed by the electromagnetic phenomenon and under request of the government of Buthan, the American NSA launches a military and scientific reconnaissance operation on site, led by Dr. KC Czaban (Stephanie Niznik) with the technical assistance of the terminally-ill engineer Mason Rand (David Keith), picked up on the Mexican border just in time for the mission. The team finds the artifact suspended in the air and object of veneration from the natives, which gave it the name Torus and consider it a gift from the gods with extraordinary healing proprieties. The US team succeeds in entering inside Torus, but an air strike by the Chinese Army against the artifact prompts
Falcon Down was an action film from 2000 directed by Philip J. Roth and starring Dale Midkiff, William Shatner, Judd Nelson, Jennifer Rubin and Cliff Robertson.
DVD synopsis: The biggest U.S. military project in history, the XB-1000 Mach-6 stealth bomber known as the Falcon Project is cancelled following a major disaster during its first test flight.
Undaunted, a group of ex-military strategists continue to develop the stealth in secret, knowing that once complete, a sale to the Chinese for billions of dollars is assured. A team of experts is assembled to hijack the plane, including the one man capable of flying the new stealth technology, Hank Thomas (Midkiff), a staunchly American fighter pilot who unwittingly becomes involved in the operation.
Once on board, the hijack begins and the Russian-trained commandos demand that Hank land on an Arctic icecap where the real battle of survival begins. The ice is too thin to support the extraordinary weight of the Falcon. Thousands of feet beneath the surface, Hank must not only battle the ruthless commandos, but also escape the icy grave which threatens the very fabric of national security.
One Crazy Summer is a 1986 romantic comedy film written and directed by Savage Steve Holland, and starring John Cusack, Demi Moore, Bobcat Goldthwait, Curtis Armstrong, and Joel Murray. The original film score was composed by Cory Lerios.
Hoops McCann (Cusack) is a recent high school graduate who failed to get a basketball scholarship, disappointing his parents. Hoops hopes to be admitted to the Rhode Island School of Design, and must write and illustrate a love story for his application. He joins his friend George Calamari (Murray), and George's sister Squid, to spend the summer on the island of Nantucket, Massachusetts. En route, they pick up a young rock singer named Cassandra Eldridge (Moore); who is being chased by a motorcycle gang at the time. Once on the island, Hoops and George, along with George's island friends the Stork twins and Ack-Ack Raymond, must help Cassandra save her grandfather's house from the greedy Beckersted Family. Along the way, Hoops must find a way to write his cartoon love story.
Several locations on Cape Cod, Massachusetts were used for the film: Barnstable High School (as Generic High School), Hyannis West Elementary School (as Generic Elementary),
Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style is a 1992 made-for-TV movie based on the television series Saved by the Bell and featured the regular cast of that series.
Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style occurred during the continuity of the original series, during a summer holiday. In the movie, Kelly's grandfather, played by Dean Jones, invites the kids to stay at his hotel in Hawaii. However, someone else is out to buy his land and build a hotel/resort complex, and the group has to save it.
As would eventually be the case with Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas, Hawaiian Style was presented as a two hour movie on NBC, although when it is aired today it is commonly split into four regular length episodes, all featuring the song "Summertime" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince in the opening credits as opposed to the traditional Saved by the Bell theme.
After the movie finished filming, Elizabeth Berkley and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen chose to leave the cast of Saved by the Bell, prompting producers to cast Leanna Creel for the show's 5th and final season.
A DVD release of the movie, along with the second movie Wedding in Las Vegas, came out in stores August 7, 2007.
The film received
The Avengers is a 2012 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics super hero team of the same name. Directed by Jon Favreau, the film stars Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Edward Norton as Bruce Banner/The Hulk, Don Cheedle as Col. Anthony Rhodes/War Machine, Tom Hiddleston as Loki and Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow.
Paul Bettany again voices JARVIS. Clark Gregg will appear in the film as Agent Coulson of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Lou Ferrigno, who voiced Hulk in 2008's The Incredible Hulk stated that he would be involved in the film.
U.S. Marshals is a 1998 action thriller film starring Tommy Lee Jones, Wesley Snipes, and Robert Downey Jr.. It is a sequel to the 1993 film The Fugitive. The storyline of U.S. Marshals does not feature the character Dr. Richard Kimble, but Jones and the rest of the team of U.S. Marshals who pursued Kimble in the first film reprise their roles, now hunting another fugitive (Snipes).
Two Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) agents are gunned down while trying to intercept a briefcase exchange taking place in a United Nations (UN) parking garage. The murders are caught on a CCTV camera but the killer escapes with the top secret information.
Six months later, tow truck driver Mark Warren (Wesley Snipes) is arrested for a weapons violation after a firefighter finds a pistol in his truck after a car accident, enabling the Chicago Police Department to discover he is the federal fugitive Mark Roberts wanted for the double-homicide. Roberts boards a prisoner transport back to New York, sharing the flight with Deputy U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones), who is escorting prisoners unrelated to Roberts' case. Roberts thwarts an assassination attempt by Chinese prisoner Vincent Ling with