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  • Smile (Fun City Editions) Blu-ray Review

    Smile (Fun City Editions) Blu-ray Review

    Released by: Fun City Editions
    Released on: April 22nd, 2021.
    Director: Michael Ritchie
    Cast: Bruce Dern, Barbara Feldon, Michael Kidd, Geoffrey Lewis, Melanie Griffith
    Year: 1975
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    Smile - Movie Review: Directed by Michael Ritchie (shortly before he made The Bad News Bears!) and written by Jerry Belson, 1975's Smile revolves around the seventh annual Santa Rosa Jaycee's American Junior Miss beauty pageant. Thirty youn
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  • Ian Jane

  • Stormy Monday

    Stormy Monday

    Released by: Arrow Video
    Released on: July 18th, 2017.
    Director: Mike Figgis
    Cast: Melanie Griffith, Tommy Lee Jones, Sting, Sean Bean, James Cosmo
    Year: 1988
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    The Movie: The 1988 directorial debut of Mike Figgis is set in Newcastle and stars Sean Bean as a young man named Brendan. He's a bit of a slacker but his life takes some interesting twists and turns once he's taken on as a janitor by Finny (Sting), the owner o
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  • Cherry 2000

    Cherry 2000

    Released by: Kino Lorber
    Released on: July 28th, 2015
    Director: Steve De Jarnatt
    Cast: Melanie Griffith, Tim Thomerson, David Andrews
    Year: 1987
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    The Movie

    Cherry 2000 is an oddball, unique science fiction film from director Steve De Jarnatt, who was also responsible for the equally inventive Miracle Mile (also coincidentally released from Kino). The film comments heavily upon the notions of sex, love and ma
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  • Mark Tolch
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  • Automata


    Released By: Millennium Entertainment
    Released On: November 18, 2014
    Director: Gabe Ibanez
    Cast: Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith, Dylan McDermott, Robert Forester
    Year: 2014
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    The Film: Spanish Director Gabe Ibanez throws his hat into the sci-fi ring with Automata, another look at the phenomenon of Robots Gone Wild in the future, and he's brought along a pretty impressive cast for the ride. In the year 2044, solar
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