Archive for July, 1998

Who Am I?

It all started when a bunch of commandos (including Jackie of course) kidnapped three scientist who were studying very powerful meteorite fragments. The mission was a success – until one of their superiors double crossed them. The commandos were then killed in a chopper crash, except Jackie who fell out of the chopper Read the rest of this entry »

Thin Red Line, The

In World War II, the outcome of the battle of Guadalcanal will strongly influence the Japanese’s advance into the pacific. A group of young soldiers is brought in as a relief for the battle-weary Marine units. The exhausting fight for a key-positioned airfield that allows control over a 1000-mile radius puts the men of the Army Rifle company C-for-Charlie through hell Read the rest of this entry »

Babe: Pig in the City

The original “Babe” was such a box office success and a global phenomenon that a sequel was inevitable. I’m still waiting, because “Babe: Pig in the City” isn’t the sequel I’ve been waiting for. This “Babe” is a dog, and for an hour-and-a-half barks up the wrong tree. Read the rest of this entry »

U.S. Marshals

When a prisoner transport plane carrying Deputy Sam Gerard as an escort crashes, one prisoner, Mark Sheridan helps him rescue some trapped prisoners and then escapes himself. Gerard and his crack team of U.S Read the rest of this entry »

The Beguiled

There’s no vengeance like a woman scorned, as Union soldier John McBurney learns the hard way in “The Beguiled.” Director Don Siegel and actor Clint Eastwood had already become an item before they teamed on this Southern gothic morality play. Siegel had directed Eastwood in “Coogan’s Bluff” and “Two Mules for Sister Sara,” and would go on to direct Eastwood in his signature role in “Dirty Harry. Read the rest of this entry »

Thursday

A former L.A. drug dealer (Thomas Jane) has moved to Houston to make a new life for himself as a married architect Read the rest of this entry »

Lost in Space

In the near future, earth’s fossil resources are about to be used up. In an attempt to save the human race, scientists have begun building a gate, through which faster than light travel will be possible – but only if there is a gate at the destination to receive the travelers. The Robinson Family has been chosen to travel to Alpha Prime – the only other inhabitable planet known – at normal speed, ten years, cryogenically frozen Read the rest of this entry »