, 1h36 Directed byGabrielle Beaumont OriginUSA GenresDrama ActorsDee Wallace, Danica McKellar, Carmen Argenziano, Ellen Crawford, Shannon Fill, Jamie Luner Roles Officer Otis Rating62% Kristin Guthrie is a teenager growing up in an upper-class environment. She has trouble living up to her mother Suzanne's ideals and she starts to rebel by dating Kenny, a young man of whom her parents become immediately suspicious. Fearful of losing their daughter, they allow her to see him, until their nightmare comes true: Kristin runs away with Kenny. It soon turns out that Kenny is working in the black market, illegally selling babies he sires with other girls. He also impregnates Kristin, planning to sell their baby after its birth as well. Meanwhile, her parents are desperately searching for their daughter.
, 1h41 Directed byJohn Hughes OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesChildren's films, Escroquerie ActorsJames Belushi, Kelly Lynch, Alisan Porter, John Getz, Branscombe Richmond, Cameron Thor Roles Dr. Maxwell Rating59% Bill Dancer and his young companion Curly Sue are the archetypal homeless folks with hearts of gold. Their scams are aimed not at turning a profit, but at getting enough to eat. After moving from Detroit to Chicago, the duo cons the rich divorce lawyer Grey Ellison into believing she backed her Mercedes into Bill, in hopes of a free meal. When Grey accidentally collides with Bill for real, she insists on putting the two up for the night, even over the objections of her snotty fiance Walker McCormick. After a confrontation with Bill exposing the truth of the con, Grey lets them stay for as long as they need when she understands the precarious position the homeless pair are in. One night, Bill tells Grey that he's not Sue's father, he met Sue's mother one night in Florida. After Sue's mother died, Bill raised her himself, growing to love her like his own, thus when they lost their home and money, Bill couldn't find it in his heart to give Sue up and put her into an orphanage, so he took Sue with him. Grey, thinking Bill has been neglecting and abusing Sue by using her in his cons and scams, suggests Sue stay with her when he leaves, but this only angers Bill, who says that after all the years he's looked after her, if he gave up Sue now, people would make fun of her for being on welfare. He tells her that he is not neglecting or abusing Sue; he cares about Sue and his cons are to provide for Sue. However when it becomes apparent that Sue is completely unable to read or write (despite spelling a difficult word earlier in the film), Grey begins to push even harder for Bill to leave Sue with her. Eventually Bill realizes that this is where she belongs - in a home, cared for by someone that can give her the advantages that his homeless, nomadic existence lacks. The film culminates with Sue and Grey returning to their apartment where they discover a tiny ring, which Sue takes as a sign that Bill has chosen to leave her behind with Grey. (Throughout the film it is implied that Bill had pawned a ring left to Sue by her mother, which he would return to her when it came time for the two to part forever.) However the ring is accompanied by a note that says that he is in another room. Sue happily turns to find Bill, realizing that the ring is not a sign that he will leave her but a sign that he is going to abandon his old lifestyle in order to give Sue the home she needs and in order to pursue a romance with Grey.
, 1h9 Directed byDon Bluth OriginUSA GenresScience fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation ThemesFilms about animals, Dinosaur films, Films about children, La préhistoire, Transport films, Animaux préhistoriques, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Road movies, Buddy films, Children's films ActorsGabriel Damon, Candace Hutson, Judith Barsi, Will Ryan, Helen Shaver, Burke Byrnes Roles Daddy Topps (voice) Rating73% Near the end of the Cretaceous, a series of catastrophic events are causing intense drought, and several herds of dinosaurs seek one of the last livable places, a paradise known as the "Great Valley." Among these, a diminished "Longneck" herd gives birth to a single baby, named Littlefoot (Gabriel Damon). Years later, Littlefoot plays with Cera (Candace Hutson), a "Three-horn," who was trying to smash a beetle until her father (Burke Bynes) intervenes; whereupon Littlefoot's mother (Helen Shaver) names the different kinds of dinosaurs: "Three-horns," "Spiketails," "Swimmers," and "Flyers," and states that each has historically remained apart. That night, as Littlefoot follows a "hopper," he encounters Cera again, and they play together briefly until a "Sharptooth" appears. He attacks them, before Littlefoot's mother comes to their rescue. During the fight, she suffers severe back and neck injuries from the Sharptooth's teeth and claws. At that same time, an "earthshake" opens a deep ravine that swallows up the Sharptooth and divides Littlefoot and Cera from their herds. Littlefoot finds his dying mother, and receives her final words of advice in favor of his intuition.
, 1h56 Directed byIvan Reitman OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Comedy, Comedy thriller, Romantic comedy, Crime, Romance ThemesPeinture ActorsRobert Redford, Debra Winger, Daryl Hannah, Brian Dennehy, Terence Stamp, Steven Hill Roles Second Cop Rating60% Tom Logan (Robert Redford) is an Assistant District Attorney in the New York City District Attorney's Office, who is on his way to becoming the new District Attorney. Into his life enters Laura Kelly (Debra Winger), an attorney who is representing Chelsea Deardon (Daryl Hannah). Chelsea is accused of stealing a painting from an art dealer, Victor Taft (Terence Stamp). However, Chelsea claims that the painting is actually hers, as her father made it for her and signed it to her on her 8th birthday 18 years ago - the same day that her father and most of his paintings went up in smoke in a mysterious fire.
, 2h10 Directed byJohn Schlesinger OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Documentary, Spy, Crime ThemesSpy films, Political films ActorsTimothy Hutton, Sean Penn, Pat Hingle, Richard A. Dysart, Priscilla Pointer, Chris Makepeace Roles U.S. Customs Official Rating67% Chris Boyce et Daulton Lee ont 23 ans en 1974, dans une Amérique que le scandale du Watergate traumatise. Amis d'enfance, ils ont choisi des voies totalement opposées : Lee est devenu un petit dealer, tandis que Chris, après avoir renoncé à la prêtrise, se consacre au dressage de son faucon. Grâce à son père, il est embauché dans une importante compagnie d'électronique, la TRW. Rapidement promu, il occupe un poste de confiance, recevant les messages codés d'un satellite espion pour le compte de la CIA. C'est ainsi qu'il prend connaissance des agissements peu glorieux de son pays. Citoyen modèle, il ne comprend pas que la CIA se permette de manipuler impunément tous les gouvernements du monde, y compris ceux de ses alliés (soutien au putschiste Augusto Pinochet au Chili, déstabilisation du gouvernement travailliste en Australie, .
, 1h28 Directed byNoel Black OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about virginity ActorsPhoebe Cates, Betsy Russell, Matthew Modine, Sylvia Kristel, Fran Ryan, Michael Zorek Roles Mr. Ramsay Rating53% Christine "Chris" Ramsey (Phoebe Cates) lies in bed narrating a trashy romance novel to Betsy (Kathleen Wilhoite), her roommate at the Cherryvale Academy for Girls. Meanwhile, three students of the nearby Freemount Academy for Men, including Jim Green (Matthew Modine) and his overweight, slobbish friend Bubba (Michael Zorek), sneak into Cherryvale to peek on the girls. Jordan Leigh-Jenson (Betsy Russell), showering at the time, sees that the boys are peering at her and enlists Chris and Betsy's help to drive them away; the three boys fall off the side of the building. In response to being disturbed, the roommates light a bag of feces on fire and put it in front of Jordan's door.
, 1h31 Directed byIvan Nagy OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Action ThemesSpy films ActorsTed Danson, Eleanor Parker, Mary Louise Weller, Christopher Lee, Leonard Stone, Burke Byrnes Roles Burkle Rating48% Marcus Valorium, un mégalomane, utilise un laser d'une conception unique pour faire chantage sur le gouvernement américain. Ce dernier a fait voler un ordinateur révolutionnaire à la NASA pour le faire fonctionner plus rapidement. Une organisation secrète demande à Jack Chenault, l'un de ses chercheurs de faire équipe avec l'agent Paige Tannehill pour le retrouver ainsi que son concepteur, le docteur Webster.