Archive for March, 1998

Merchants of Venus

Alex Jakoff (Michael York) is a Russian immigrant looking for work in the USA when he finds a job as a stock boy in a sex-toy factory. The factory’s elderly owner Mrs. Eppy (Nancy Fish) sees Alex as a nice, but lonely guy Read the rest of this entry »

The associate

Before I begin, it is important to note that I absolutely adore Whoopi Goldberg. Sure, she has been in some crappy films, but for the most part, I find her very watch-able. Goldberg did several films for Disney, including the extremely popular “Sister Act.” She later did two films back-to-back that didn’t fare so well at the box office, but found favor with me. They were corny, good, old-fashioned entertainment, but they weren’t crowd pleasers. Read the rest of this entry »

Siege, The

After the abduction by the US military of an Islamic religious leader, New York City becomes the target of escalating terrorist attacks. Anthony Hubbard, the head of the FBI’s Counter-Intelligence Task Force in New York, teams up with CIA operative Elise Kraft to hunt down the terrorist cells responsible for the attacks. As the bombings continue, the US government responds by declaring martial law, sending US troops, led by Gen Read the rest of this entry »

Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss

Brad Pitt better watch out. There’s a new kid in town, and his name is also Brad. Brad Rowe. Remember it. He’s one of the stars of writer-director Tommy O’Haver’s hilarious romantic comedy, “Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss.” He’s what you call dangerously handsome. Oh yeah, and he can act. Read the rest of this entry »

Freedom Strike

National security is in jeopardy when terrorists seize an Iraqi nuclear reactor and threaten to attack American soil. Spearheaded by ace Tomcat pilots, the U.S Read the rest of this entry »