Michael Corleone is getting too old for this stuff. He’s worked to keep his family safe and the business legit, but every time he thinks he’s out… you know the rest. Complicating matters is his nephew Vincent who is interested in overseeing the less-reputable parts of the family business… and he’s interested in Don Corleone’s daughter.
Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, Andy Garcia and Talia Shire star in The Godfather Part III.
This kicks off our “Crime” month, which includes: The Godfather Part III, Goodfellas, Miller’s Crossing, Quick Change and Dick Tracy.
Peyton Westlake is a scientist working on a formula to create synthetic skin. His biggest problem is that the skin only lasts for 100 minutes when exposed to light. His biggest problem soon becomes a document that his girlfriend accidentally brought home and blabbed about. Cue the gangsters who show up and trash his lab and leave him for dead. Horribly disfigured, he uses his newfound strength and experimental synthetic skin to exact revenge on those who wronged him.
Liam Neeson, Frances McDormand, and Colin Friels star in Darkman.
This concludes our “Experiments Gone Wrong” month, which includes: Flatliners, Total Recall, Awakenings, and Darkman.
Vinnie Antonelli has entered the witness protection program is relocated to a small suburban town by his FBI handler, Barney Coopersmith. Vinnie, however, is not exactly well suited to keeping a low profile.
Steve Martin, Rick Moranis, and Joan Cusack star in My Blue Heaven.
This continues our “Comedy” month, which includes: Joe Versus the Volcano, My Blue Heaven, Another 48 Hrs, and Arachnophobia.