In the Future, Movies Will Appear in Our Homes as if by Magic #2

March 6th, 2009  |  Published in etc

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A Washington D.C. cop (Gene Hackman) teams up with a man afflicted with a multiple personality disorder (Dan Aykroyd) who speaks in the voices of Tweety Bird, Captain Kirk, Pee-Wee Herman, Ricky Ricardo and the Wicked Witch of the West. Together, they trail a gang of neo-Nazis in an attempt to capture a porno film featuring Adolph Hitler in bed with a man who’s about to be elected chancellor of West Germany.

Loose Cannons

In 1939, the love of Daniel’s (Mel Gibson) life, Helen (Isabel Glasser), falls comatose after an accident. Grief-stricken, he agrees to be frozen alive in scientist Harry’s (George Wendt) cryogenics experiment in the hopes that when he’s thawed, Helen will be recovered. Some 50 years later, two kids revive Daniel, leaving him to cope with society’s developments — and having to find Harry and Helen. Jamie Lee Curtis co-stars.

Forever Young

Sinbad stars as wild and amusing Secret Service agent Sam Simms, who is assigned to guard Luke (Brock Pierce), the bratty 13-year-old son of the president of the United States (James Naughton). Things go well until the two must foil an assassination plot against Luke’s father. Zachery Ty Bryan, Lisa Eichhorn, Blake Boyd, Erin Williby and Timothy Busfield co-star in this lovable comedy. David M. Evans directs.

First Kid

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