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1. Bang, Bang, You're Dead
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2. Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights
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3. Telling Lies In America
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4. After the Storm
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5. The Babysitter
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6. Delivered
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7. Dirty Dancing / Dirty Dancing
8. House, M.D.
9. Ed

1. Bang, Bang, You're Dead
Director: Guy Ferland
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4-0 out of 5 stars So great
This movie was so realistic. I think every teenager should see this, or should be watched in a classroom. People dont realize what a problem teasing and harassment can be, but this shows you how fast a kid can fall. If you didnt realize what was going on in American schools, this film with show you. This straight A student who gets pushed around, his grades fall, he befriends kids who shoot things for fun, and suddenly a plot emerges to show the kids in school who they should say sorry to. This is happening while the main character is rehearsing for the play "Bang Bang You're Dead" and other problems occur with the production.

5-0 out of 5 stars WAKE UP.
Until The schools, parents and teachers who have placed their collective ostrich heads in the sands for so long, remove them and take a good hard look at whats wrong, the scenario will be played out over and over again. This movie should be, Nay, NEEDS to be shown to every school class, every year, required, without fail. I am an idealist, but i do understand that you cannot eradicate "bullying", but damn, we need to start doing something instead of just saying "What A Shame". This Movie nails the feelings of pain, guilt, frustration, terror, hopelessness, depression. A very Accurate portrayal of bullying, and the scars it leaves behind forever.

Where was this movie when I was in school?
It wasn't until the credits rolled and showed the actual play footage that i cried. The movie brought back all those emotions so clear, so fresh it was like i was in school again.

Please, watch this movie, then lend it out. This could be you're kid, your sibling, your friend.

Or maybe it was you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Feelings provoked that no other movie has done.....
A few years ago (2001) I played the title role of Josh in 'Bang Bang You're Dead' the play in Massachusetts at Pioneer Valley Performing Arts High School, and it was the most challenging role I have ever played and the most rewarding experience of my life, no joke. The play was so amazing and brought out my emotions, that are normally kept hidden, in ways I've never known before. I feel in the very short time that I did the show, I tapped into so many emotions that I didn't know I had. It was so utterly real, that it was frightening for me to play Josh and to become (even for a few performances) the person that he was. I never shared his feelings before or had been through what he has in high school (thank god) and I feel so fortunate for my life. The screenplay is so exciting, thought-provoking, slap-in-face realistic etc. It spoke to me and impressed me more than any other play I have ever read or played in. The very same goes for the movie. I have seen many movies in my life (some pretty amazing ones are out there, ie. Donnie Darko, my favorite) but when I saw the movie two years after my portayal of Josh, the same emotions were brought out of me like the play. The play and the film are both amazing, and though may not stand out in special-effects or cinematography, it is a mind-boggler and not in a stupid- Vanilla Sky what-the-hell-is-going-on way but in a realistic, this is really life for thousands of people out there way. I highly suggest this movie and I highly suggest that every high school should either show this movie for the student body or, more importantly, put on the play for the community. It speaks out to everyone and you'd have to be heartless to scoff at this movie. It may feel like an exaggeration of realism to people who can't relate with this character, but you have to understand from his point of view because there are so many people out there that feel just like Josh and nothing being done about it. Maybe I am being biased because I was Josh in the play and really got into who he was and how he felt, nevertheless this movie is a must-see. Truly.

5-0 out of 5 stars Words cannot describe or explain how this movie made me feel
I had never heard of this movie, or the play, until yesterday when I happened to be channel surfing. I stopped, and I watched it. I am so glad I did. I'm going to be a junior in high school next year, and about five or six years back my school had an anthrax threat. Which was scary... we also had a lot of people with "hit lists" that were caught after that. Sometimes I can feel the tension within my school... there are people when I see the way they act that I just think they would be the ones to fly off the handle one day. Columbine made me sad beyond words; I was younger when that happened, and as I get older it just pains me more and more to think of the violence going on in schools. When I was in elementary school I was picked on and teased, although not to the extent that Trevor (Ben Foster's character) was picked on. My school isn't that big and they always had a strict non-violence code. It would be so easy for someone to plan a shooting at my school, and that is why next year I am going to not only show this DVD to the board of education and tell them to show the students, but also talk to the drama club president and see if we could put on the play "Bang Bang You're Dead." This movie moved myself and all of my friends to tears - being in high school, we can directly relate and feel empathy toward the characters in this movie. This movie shocked my parents and opened their eyes to what really goes on in high school - now, instead of saying, "Ignore them," when I tell them about somebody bothering me, they actually care and talk about it. There is some real violence and pain in schools today, and I think that if this was a required viewing, many of those students would feel different about what they fantasize about doing.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of My Favorites
For a movie that was made for Showtime, a friend and i watched this and found it to be absolutely outstanding. A movie about how teen violence and it how Trevor is affected by his surroundings. I recommend this movie to everyone. ... Read more


2. Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights
Director: Guy Ferland
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5-0 out of 5 stars Dirty Dancing Havana Nights Is Amazing
Dirty Dancing Havana Nights is so good. I loved it. I saw it with my friend it was for our birthdays, and it was like the best birthbay ever. We saw it the day after it came out and then i saw it again a week later. Diego Luna the guy dancer whos name is Javier Suarez is amazing. He is such a good dancer and it so HOTT! Katey Miller the plays the girl dancer is also a really good dancer. Katey and Javier are so cute together. They really make it look like they are in love. Javier is so sweet, and he really respects Katey unlike the other guy James. The music in the movie is so good too. I bought the soundtrack right after i saw the movie. Dirty Dancing Havana Nights is like my favorite movie, and i highly recommend that you see it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome movie!
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights is one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. I have seen it 2x in the last 3 days. Diego Luna is a great actor besides the fact that he is very hot! He's my new fav actor. Romola Garai did a good job on this film. Their chemistry on screen is great and I am surprised that neither of them had any previous dancing experience and had to learn all of it. They did a great job! There are a couple lines that disrupted the intimate scenes, but overall it was a fantastic movie! Go see it if you haven't already but make sure you don't have expectations. It is nothing like the original. It's my new fav movie and I can't wait until it comes out on DVD!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hot Dancing in Havana
I recently viewed the DVD Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights and thought it was terrific! The dancing was extraordinary and the actors really made the scenes they were in come to life. I also thought it was a perk to have Patrick Swayze from the original movie,Dirty Dancing as a dance instructor in the movie. It is a must see movie and a must have in your DVD collection. The music was also sensational!

4-0 out of 5 stars Horrible writing!
The only good things about this movie were the lead actors and the dancing. The writing was horrible and the background story was annoying. Despite all of this, I will buy the DVD. Im a sucker for sequel/series and it was a cute movie as long as you have no expectations past cute leads and fun dancing. The soundtrack is great, not very fitting to time/place of the film, but its got some good dancin music.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must See!
As a huge fan of the original Dirty Dancing, I prepared myself for a huge let down. I thought that in no way could this movie capture the magic that the first one did, but I was very wrong. Although, it really isn't a sequel, but rather more a re-write with a twist, it is a great movie worth seeing for anyone. The dance scenes were well done, and the acting was superb. The plot is great because first it deals with the problems that an interracial couple living in different social classes face and it also deals with the struggles that Cuba was facing at the time. If you are in the mode for a great, well told love story check this movie out! ... Read more


3. Telling Lies In America
Director: Guy Ferland
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Joe Eszterhas (formulaic screenwriter of many overpaid projects, most infamously Basic Instinct and Showgirls) somewhat redeems himself with this semi-autobiographical story. His mouthpiece is Karchy Jonas (Brad Renfro), a Hungarian-born immigrant (like Eszterhas himself) growing up in Cleveland in 1960. His pop (Maximilian Schell) works hard to send Karchy to an expensive high school, where Karchy is ostracized by the rich kids and labors to find acceptance. Into town walks itinerant rock DJ Billy Magic (Kevin Bacon), the quintessence of cool with a dark charm. Magic needs a teen to run errands for him (mostly carrying payola envelopes), so he hosts a "High School Hall of Fame" contest to help him find an assistant. Karchy, who idolizes Magic, wins the contest by forging signatures of his classmates on postcards. Magic knows of Karchy's deception and is intrigues by it, as that is the kind of dishonesty he's looking for in his assistant. Karchy's lying grows into a major character trait, forcing the kid into many difficult social situations, not the least of which involves government officials investigating the slippery Magic for payola and threatening to jeopardize Karchy's family's citizenship status if he doesn't cooperate. Although no less a formula plot than other Eszterhas stuff, this one's lifted a bit by the director's personal connection to the story and by a great, charismatic performance by Kevin Bacon. Much more could be written about the connection between lying and storytelling, and fending for oneself in the mendacious jungles of Hollywood, but suffice it to say that Karchy eventually grows up to write Showgirls. --Jim Gay ... Read more


4. After the Storm
Director: Guy Ferland
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5. The Babysitter
Director: Guy Ferland
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Average Customer Review: 2.48 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Pretty disappointed
After watching Clueless and falling for the looks of Alicia Silverstone, I thought I'd try out some of her other stuff. I have to say that as much as I like her, the film was pretty bad. The storyline was terrible and the acting was pretty poor. I only recommend watching this to get a look at Alicia, but if you want a good movie, go elsewhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars FUNNY
only reason i gave this movie 4 stars is because its so funny. people are gona think im crazy for givin this movie 4 stars but its so cheesy that its hilarious.i recomend this dvd if you want a good laugh or you like alicia silverstone and jeremy london.i cant believe such great actors were in such a cheesy movie. i guess they didnt expect it to turn out that way but it did. the ending dosent make any sense at all. its just fun to watch all those great actors in those situations. the reviews on here say not to waste your time with this movie but i watch this movie alot and think its really funny. i like it , its so bad its good.i would recomend this movie if your a alicia silverstone fan.

1-0 out of 5 stars Helen of Troy...NOT!!!
Watching this movie is similar to reading a term paper with no thesis statement. After the ending, you begin to understand what the writers were (maybe) trying to accomplish, but choppy editing throughout the movie only makes the viewer think that the several fantasy sequences revolving around Silverstone's character are only planted in the film to obscure the writers lack of imagination with regard to character development.

In retrospect, the Babysitter (Silverstone) is supposed to be like Helen of Troy. Men will risk thier families, jobs and freedom to sleep with her. Among the people who want Alicia are her ex (?) boyfriend and a manipulative wanna-be-a-gangster suburban rich boy, who drunkenly conspire a plan to spy on her. The manipulative rich kid dupes the ex into breaking and entering the house where Silverstone is babysitting then tries to rape her. Nuff said about the plot.

Two things make the plot unbelievable. First of all, Silverstone, taken as THE sole motive for a host of fantasies (some related and some utterly unrelated to the ending) and a rape attempt is not buyable. In reality, Silvertone is no Helen of Troy, but yet another link of good-looking hollywood sausage. More importantly, in the movie, her character is unexciting, bland and (ahem) clueless.

Secondly, the antagonist rich hood's rape attempt is paradoxical. He has sense enough to manipulate the Babysitter's boyfriend like an expert (a la Cruel Intentions), yet the during the last scene of the movie he smashes lamps on peoples heads and tries to rape Alicia in front of 2 small children. Any criminologist could tell you that most psychotics are usually not silver-tounged manipulators and vice versa.

On a final note, the writers could have used some of the time they spent on the fantasy sequences to develop the characters' backgrounds and motives. At least then the film might not have been such a pile of garbage.

3-0 out of 5 stars seduced by the sitter
good movie with some ok twists and turns. Nicky Katt, the one who gets hit with the car at the end is great. though Jeremy London seems misplaced but Alicia Silverstone is great in the imagination. though it lags but it's older cast.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't watch this movie
This movie is the worst piece of ... I have ever seen. I'm still looking for a reason why they made this movie. Suicide is a great alternate solution to watching the Babysitter. Alicia Silverstone may look good, but she don't look that damn good to waste your time watching this piece of sh*t. Too bad I can't give it 0 stars. ... Read more


6. Delivered
Director: Guy Ferland
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Will Sherman is a pizza delivery guy with some major problems. A deranged killer is turning his tape-recorded revenge fantasies into reality. Now Will must clear his name and stop the homicidal maniac before he claims his next victim... his ex-girlfriend. ... Read more


7. Dirty Dancing / Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights
Director: Guy Ferland
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8. House, M.D.
Director: Peter O'Fallon, Greg Yaitanes, Deran Sarafian, Frederick King Keller, Daniel Sackheim, Nelson McCormick (II), Randall Zisk, Keith Gordon, Bryan Spicer, Peter Medak, Guy Ferland, Bryan Singer, Daniel Attias, Newton Thomas Sigel

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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Aw, come on!
The season's over, so I come onto this site expecting a DVD release date, yet there's nothing slated. What a jip! Ah, well. Summer re-runs and all that jazz. Life is good.

I haven't been this involved in a new television show since the Sopranos first premiered. And now that we have to wait until we all start collecting Social Security until season six finally arrives, I decided to find an alternative. I saw the promo for "House" and was interested. After the very first episode, I was hooked. OUTSTANDING show. Great writing, great ensemble.

Great main character.

Greg House is one of the most interesting characters to come along in a while. Sarcastic, mean-spirited, misanthropic, brutally honest and with a heart of gold. Truly worthy of the "complex" handle. And Hugh Laurie... wow. If this man doesn't recieve an Emmy or a Golden Globe (preferably both), it will only reaffirm my belief that the people in charge of running those awards things suck moose balls.

Not a single weak episode; this is one of those shows that progressively gets better and better until finally crashing into the legendary "cliffhanger" finale. Can't wait for season two!

World affairs can wait; this has to be released on DVD as soon as possible.

There's a scene where House is interviewing applicants to replace one of his underlings. A young kid walks in and basically attests that conformity is the enemy and how he admires Dr. House's attitude towards life. House fires back with a comment about conformity and an Asian tattoo the applicant has on his wrist. I mention this because it's the hardest I've laughed at a television show in years. One of many gold moments. Watch the re-runs. Support this show!

5-0 out of 5 stars Best thing that's happened to TV in YEARS!
It's been so long since there's been anything on TV, anything at all, to sit up and watch on Tuesday nights.I can't wait to have this series on DVD!Hugh Laurie is brilliant, yeah, but we already knew that (grin).The ensemble cast is terrific (the best performances from Laurie wouldn't be as effective without the supporting players).The writing is solid, solid, solid, and -- wonder of wonders!there's character development and continuity!Ai yi yi!

Rather than start off on some of the wonderful things about House I'd better just shut up and say, Can't wait for the DVD . . .

5-0 out of 5 stars British Import Hugh Laurie: A Treat for American Audiences
House, M.D. is bar none THE best television drama of the 2004-2005 season.FOX scored big with this hit.The recent episode "Three Stories" is the best episode I've seen on televion in YEARS!Hugh Laurie gave the most outstanding acting performance that should see him winning major acting awards in television.A British import, Laurie is a welcome treat for American audiences.

The supporting cast and the writing are top notch, especially the dialogue involving Dr. Gregory House.House's sharp yet caustic quips, called "Houseisms," are quickly becoming infamous among the show's exploding fanbase.Thisshow is smart, and smart is sexy.Special effects of the human body give House, M.D. a cutting-edge feel.

Season 2 promises to be every bit as good as House's freshman season, and that is no easy feat in today's television.However, House, M.D. can't miss ... It has all the right stuff.

I can't wait to add the DVDs to my entertainment collection alongside other classics such as X Files.

5-0 out of 5 stars YES. YES. YES.
A top notch show with everything a person can look for: Humor, Drama, Comedy, Suspense, even a level of Romance, all rolled into one show.

Oh, and just a little Sarcasm from Dr. House......

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME Show!!
I have to admit that I didn't watch this show when it first came and then one night I watched it because nothing else was on and I AM ADDICTED! Dr. House is awesome (I just wish he and Dr. Cameron would hook up already). I can't wait for the DVD's to come out so that I can watch the few shows I missed. ... Read more


9. Ed
Director: Arlene Sanford, Rick Stevenson, Peter Lauer, Robert C. Thompson, Guy Ferland, Michael Slovis, Marc Buckland, James Frawley, Sandy Smolan, Lawrence Trilling, Don Scardino, Allison Liddi, Adam Bernstein, Arvin Brown, Babu Subramaniam 'T.R.', Timothy Van Patten, Juan Campenella, Jason Ensler, Sarah Pia Anderson, Timothy Busfield

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