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Advice from a Caterpillar (1999)
Director: Don Scardino
Starring: Cynthia Nixon, Andy Dick, Timothy Olyphant, Jon Tenney, Sarah Hyland, Kristine Nielsen, Geoffrey Nauffts, Cass Morgan, Robert Hogan, Dina Spybey-Waters, Alice Drummond, William Duell, Enid Graham and Amy Hohn
When it comes to romance, Missy’s attitude has always been 'whatever'. After all, her artistic career is flourishing, her spacious New York City loft is fabulous and her relationship with a married man is totally uncomplicated - what more could a modern girl want? But then Missy meets Brat, who’s sweet, genuine and shares her fondness for '70s sitcoms. Unfortunately, he’s also dating her gay pal Spaz. When Missy and Brat unexpectedly fall for each other, will she lose her identity and her best friend? No matter how far you run, true love always finds you.
Director: Kurt Voss
Starring: Ally Sheedy, John Savage, Nicholas Walker, Dara Tomanovich, Sally Kirkland and Vincent Berry
Paul Keller is a married pastor who preaches piety on Sunday while carrying on a torrid affair with the local school teacher, Veronica Dow, during the week. The lovers concoct a scheme to fake Keller's death so that they can be together but the plan goes awry when Keller hits his head and awakens not knowing who he is.
A dazed Keller wanders into the motel he used for his secret liaisons and is found by Charlene Hunt, a lonely and desperate motel manager, who realizes Keller has amnesia and makes him her prisoner and lover. In the interim, Keller's wife Martha is suspected of foul play by an insurance investigator and forges an unwitting alliance with Dow, her husband's lover.
Director: Steven Maler
Screenplay: Davidlee Willson
Starring: Tyne Daly, Ally Sheedy, Davidlee Willson, Lisa Keller, Marla Sucharetza, Marceline Hugo and Jack Davidson
Sixteen years ago, Ann walked away from her husband and son, choosing to raise only her three eldest daughters. With ailing health, Ann asks her daughters to find her estranged son in Boston and the sisters set out to grant their mother’s wish.
Bad Boys (1983) (1983)
Director: Rick Rosenthal
Starring: Sean Penn, Esai Morales, Clancy Brown, Robert Lee Rush, Alan Ruck and Ally Sheedy
Teen delinquent Mick O'Brien is sent to juvenile hall after unintentionally killing the younger sibling of a rival gang leader, Paco Moreno, in a drug-deal con gone wrong. Prison life proves even more brutal than the streets when Mick is forced to face off against reigning prison toughs Viking and Tweety. Worse yet, on the outside Paco is threatening to take revenge on those close to Mick - including his girlfriend.
Betsy's Wedding (1990)
Director: Alan Alda
Starring: Alan Alda, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy, Madeline Kahn, Joey Bishop, Joe Pesci, Anthony LaPaglia, Burt Young and Catherine O'Hara
Jake and Betsy are a young couple looking to tie the knot. Content with an understated, intimate wedding, Jake and Betsy's plans go out the window when Betsy's working-class folks, Eddie and Lola, feel compelled to go over the top after they meet Harry and Nancy, Jake's high-class parents. In need of financial help, Eddie enlists a shady in-law for assistance, which only exacerbates matters.
Blue City (1986)
Director: Michelle Manning
Starring: Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, David Caruso, Paul Winfield, Scott Wilson, Anita Morris, Luis Contreras, Julie Carmen, Allan Graf, Hank Stone, Tommy Lister Jr., Willard E. Pugh, Sam Whipple, Paddi Edwards and Rick Hurst
Returning to the small Florida town where he grew up, Billy Turner learns that his father has been killed. With little help from the police, Billy will take matters into his own hands and go up against a ruthless local mob boss in a desperate search to find the killer.
The Breakfast Club (1985)
Director: John Hughes
Starring: Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy and Paul Gleason
Five high school students from different walks of life endure a Saturday detention under a power-hungry principal. The disparate group includes rebel John, princess Claire, outcast Allison, brainy Brian and Andrew, the jock. Each has a chance to tell his or her story, making the others see them a little differently - and when the day ends, they question whether school will ever be the same.
Director: Tim Matheson
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Stephen Caffrey, Tracey Needham and Tim Matheson
A woman inherits a fortune, causing her husband and his lover to plot her demise by poisoning her. The only trouble is it only places her in a deep coma that resembles death. When an accident occurs in the embalmer's office he doesn't complete the embalming process, causing her to be buried alive. Awakening from the grave, she claws her way out and seeks revenge against the two who caused her supposed demise.
Director: Linda Yellen
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Helen Slater, Jill Eikenberry, Lindsay Crouse, JoBeth Williams, Martha Plimpton and Talia Shire
A group of seven women (an animal breeder, a housewife, a photo-journalist, a film critic, a copywriter, an artist and a nun) reunite three times a year to share their experiences with each other.
Director: William Wiard
Starring: Donna Reed, Larry Wilcox, David Ackroyd, Diane Franklin, Ally Sheedy, Donald Hotton, Deena Freeman, Vicki Kriegler, Krista Errickson, Nancy Cartwright, Renée Jones, Sally Klein, Bill Paxton, Rick Rossovich, Robin Gammell, Ellen Geer, Ruth Silveira, Ray Girardin and Jack Garner
A police detective works with the headmistress of a girls school where students are dropping one by one.
The Definite Maybe (1997)
Directors: Sam Sokolow and Rob Lobl
Starring: Bob Balaban, Josh Lucas, Jeffrey Buehl, Claudia Rocafort, Teri Garr, Al Franken, Roy Scheider, Dan Patrick, Eric Stoltz, Mary Gilbert, Mark A. Swinson, Madison Michele and Ally Sheedy
When 25-year-old New Yorker Eric Traber gets fired from his job and kicked out of his apartment, he fears the worst. But his best friend, Ziggy, shows up A.W.O.L. from the Peace Corps and leads him out to the swank Hamptons for Easter weekend in search of betterment and understanding. Once there, they confront the adult roles of life for the first time; fraud, attempted murder, two-faced disloyalty and well-catered cocktail parties!
Director: Rockne S. O'Bannon
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Lauren Hutton, Michael O' Keefe, Stan Shaw, Keone Young, Dina Merrill, John Agar and Pruitt Taylor Vince
Psychic Cayce Bridges helps the police catch serial killers and makes a living writing books about it. She can read people's minds and see them in visions even when they aren’t near her if she has touched them or something they have touched.
The latest killer she is linked to is different: he also has psychic abilities and, when he realises what Cayce is doing, he starts targeting the ones she loves.
Director: Graeme Campbell
Starring: Rachael Leigh Cook, George C. Scott, Ally Sheedy and Don Diamont
A coal miner risks imprisonment and his life to retain custody of his gravely ill great-grandson.
Director: Noel Nosseck
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Costas Mandylor, Vincent Berry, Jodie Dry and Steve Bastoni
A recently separated couple and their children are terrorized by paranormal events.
Director: Walter Klenhard
Starring: Ally Sheedy, William R. Moses, Louise Fletcher, Shannon Cochran, Jay W. MacIntosh, Lucinda Weist, Tom McCleister, James Horan, Mary Weaver, Shannon Cochran, Frederick Dai, Wallace E. Smith and Maxine Stuart
Susan and Mark Enright are trying to repair their marriage and decide to leave Los Angeles and relocate to a seaside town. The Enrights intend buying a house and opening it as an inn. They arrange to view a house but Susan is inexplicably drawn to another that she sees while they are driving. The house is high on a cliff overlooking a lonely beach. They make the owner an offer but she does not wish to sell the house.
A series of strange events then begins to occur: the owner of the house dies suddenly allowing them to buy the house, the electrican they hired to rewire the house is electrocuted, a scary black dog appears and watches Susan on the beach, a stranger arrives and checks into the inn and Susan finds letters in the attic written long ago by a wife who was terrified of something. What happened then is happening again now!
Director: Martin Davidson
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Virginia Madsen, Phoebe Cates, Treat Williams, Don Michael Paul, Kurtwood Smith, Kyle Secor, Francesca Roberts, Peter Berg, Jenny Robertson, Lisa Zane, Ashley Gardner, Eddy Kiihnl, Richard Bradford, Barbara Babcock, Hazen Gifford and Michael St. Gerard
In 1957 as the civil rights movement gains momentum throughout the South, Alabama sorority sister Maggie DeLoach is popular, attractive and engaged to Boots Claibourne, whose father owns one of the area's largest plantations. But Maggie feels there's more to life than marrying a rich husband - a fact her best friend, Delia, doesn't grasp. When Maggie meets charming, socially concerned photographer Hoyt Cunningham, everything changes.
High Art (1998)
Director: Lisa Cholodenko
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Radha Mitchell, Patricia Clarkson, Gabriel Mann, Tammy Grimes and Bill Sage
A young female intern at a small magazine company becomes involved with a drug-addicted lesbian photographer, both of whom seek to exploit each other for their respective careers, while slowly falling in love with each other.
Director: Noah Baumbach
Starring: Justine Bateman, Noah Baumbach, Peter Bogdanovich, Eric Stoltz, Andrea Bowen, Rae Dawn Chong, Ally Sheedy, Annabella Sciorra, John Lehr, Christopher Reed, Lauren Katz, Carlos Jacott, Chris Eigeman and Dean Cameron
A newly married couple decides to improve their social life by throwing three great parties (a birthday party, a Halloween party and a New Year's Eve bash) at their Brooklyn apartment and inviting tons of people. The film follows this pursuit over the course of a year.
Director: Chris Columbus
Starring: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, John Heard, Tim Curry, Brenda Fricker, Catherine O'Hara, Eddie Bracken, Rob Schneider, Dana Ivey, Gerry Bamman, Devin Ratray, Hillary Wolf, Kieran Culkin, Ally Sheedy and Donald Trump
One year after Kevin was left home alone and had to defeat a pair of bumbling burglars, he accidentally finds himself in New York City and the same criminals are not far behind.
I'll Take You There (1999)
Director: Adrienne Shelly
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Reg Rogers, Pamela Gray, Lara Harris, John Pyper-Ferguson, Alice Drummond, Alan North, Adrienne Shelly, Ben Vereen, Michael Emerson, Stephen Gevedon, Andrew Hollander, Motoki Kobayashi, Lawrence Nathanson and Justin Pierce
Still nursing wounds from a breakup, a woman is forced by her sister into a blind date that turns into a nightmare.
Director: Don McBrearty
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Mark Rendall, Michael Riley, John Bourgeois, Hannah Lochner, Rosemary Dunsmore and Karl Pruner
The lives of Escondido, California residents Cheryl and Stephen Crowe change one morning when they find their 12 year old daughter Stephanie stabbed to death in her bedroom. Is 14 year old Michael Crowe the killer of his younger sister? Or, in their brutal interrogation of their young suspect, are the police perpetrating a miscarriage of justice?
Just a Dream (2002)
Director: Danny Glover
Starring: Carl Lumbly, Robby Benson, Ally Sheedy, Rodney A. Grant, Jeremy Sumpter, Ed Harris and Amy Madigan
Henry Sturbuck is a 12-year-old boy growing up in a small Nevada town in 1960. That summer, he takes a part-time job working at a local saloon, where he becomes friends with the elderly J.M. Hoagland. J.M. and Henry may be worlds apart but they both love movies, especially Marilyn Monroe's films. So when they discover that Marilyn herself will be in their small town to film "The Misfits," both Henry and J.M. set out to meet her.
Life During Wartime (2010)
Director: Todd Solondz
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Allison Janney, Shirley Henderson, Ciarán Hinds, Chris Marquette, Paul Reubens, Dylan Riley Snyder, Michael K. Williams, Charlotte Rampling, Renée Taylor, Michael Lerner, Dylan Riley Snyder, Rich Pecci and Gaby Hoffmann
Nothing comes easily for Joy and her sisters, Trish and Helen. Joy, unhappy with her job and her sleazy husband is haunted by her dead boyfriend's ghost. Trish's pedophile husband is behind bars and she's ready to move on with her life. As an increasingly bitter Helen approaches middle age with a failing screenwriting career, it becomes clear her mother offers little comfort.
Director: John Gray
Starring: Adrian Pasdar, Eric Roberts, Ally Sheedy, Titus Welliver, Jimmie F. Skaggs and Martia Pitillo
Based on a true story. Jimmy Capone takes a very different path to his more famous gangster brother Al, when he assumes an alias and becomes an officer of the law.
Director: Victoria Muspratt
Starring: Ally Sheedy, David Carradine, Charles Napier, Todd Kimsey, Mark Pellegrino, Don McMillan, Jackie Debatin, John C. McDonnell, Marina Anderson, Mark Arnott, Michael P. Byrne, David Lowell Gardner, Courtney Delancey, John Henry Whitaker and Jennie Vaughn
After she leaves her cheating husband, Susan Reed embarks on a cross-country road trip where she falls victim to a series of mishaps that land her behind bars in the redneck Macon County Jail. Once inside, she's subjected to endless acts of brutality from the guards and inmates alike. Things go from bad to worse when she's forced to defend herself against a rapist with tragic results. No longer truly "innocent," when the opportunity arises Susan flees with fellow prisoner Coley.
Maid to Order (1987)
Director: Amy Holden Jones
Starring Ally Sheedy, Beverly D'Angelo, Michael Ontkean, Valerie Perrine, Dick Shawn, Tom Skerritt and Merry Clayton
After a night of partying lands the spoiled heiress Jessica in jail, her millionaire father wishes he had never had a daughter, and he just happens to be overheard by genuine fairy godmother Stella, who makes it so. Now, without Daddy's name or money, Jessica is forced to get a job as a maid in one of the mansions where she used to live. It's not all bad, though - she soon has the hunky chauffeur Nick to keep her company.
Man's Best Friend (1993)
Director: John Lafia
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Lance Henriksen, Robert Constanzo, Fredric Lehne, John Cassini, J.D. Daniels, William Sanderson and Trula M. Marcus
Dr. Jarret has genetically engineered Max to be the best guard dog in the world: he is stronger, can see further, run faster, climb trees and is the smartest animal in the animal kingdom! The only problem is that, to keep Max under control, he needs to remain drugged.
One of Dr Jarret's colleagues decides to expose the inhuman work that his team at 'E Max' are doing to animals by contacting TV reporter Lori Tanner. Tanner ends up breaking into the lab and releasing Max, not realising the danger.
If Jarret doesn't find his dog soon, the sedatives will wear off and Max will become an unstable killing machine.
Director: Tony Spiridakis
Starring: Trish Goff, Ally Sheedy, Giancarlo Esposito, Julia Barnett, Ted Bardy, Sarah Bloom and David Thornton
An eccentric woman torments her downstairs neighbor in a New York apartment.
One Night Stand (1995)
Director: Talia Shire
Starring: Ally Sheedy, A. Martínez, Frederic Forrest, Don Novello, Gina Hecht, Elsa Raven, Millie Slavin and Diane Salinger
Gorgeous Michelle Sanderson has it all. That is until an erotic one night stand with Warren leads her into a sinister and deadly nightmare.
Only the Lonely (1991) (1991)
Director: Chris Columbus
Starring: John Candy, Maureen O'Hara, Ally Sheedy, Anthony Quinn, James Belushi, Kevin Dunn, Macaulay Culkin, Kieran Culkin, Milo O'Shea, Bert Remsen and Joe Greco
Rose dearly loves her adult son Danny but, when Danny meets Theresa and falls deeply in love, Ruth feels threatened. Desperate not to lose her son to the shy young woman, Ruth uses dirty tactics to keep the two apart. Danny is perplexed as to what he should do so he consults his friends Patrick and Sal who give him some skewed advice. Now Danny is torn between what his loved ones advise and what his heart tells him.
Director: Guy Ferland
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Eric Stoltz, Heather Matarazzo, Sara Botsford, Scott Vickaryous, Eric Keenleyside, Michael Tomlinson, Art Hindle, Gwynyth Walsh, Brendan Fehr, Tygh Runyan, Kett Turton, Doron Bell, Derek Hamilton, Lochlyn Munro, Stephen Miller, Ryan Taylor, Will Sanderson, Aaron Smolinski, Carly Pope, Amber Rothwell and David Abbott
A community closes ranks when a group of high school sporting heroes are alleged to have carried out a shocking assault on a mentally challenged girl.
Oxford Blues (1984)
Director: Robert Boris
Starring: Rob Lowe, Ally Sheedy, Amanda Pays, Julian Sands, Julian Firth, Alan Howard, Gail Strickland, Michael Gough, Aubrey Morris, Anthony Calf, Cary Elwes, Bruce Payne and Richard Hunt
Nick De Angelo is an American hustler working in a Las Vegas casino. When he falls in love with wealthy Lady Victoria Wingate, he follows her to England, where he must con his way into Oxford University in an attempt to win her hand and her heart. His misadventures multiply when he joins the rowing team. Nick quickly discovers Victoria is already in love with another Oxford rower, Colin, and also learns the importance of being part of the team.
Director: Linda Yellen
Starring: James Belushi, Helen Slater, LeVar Burton, Lindsay Crouse, James Brolin, Jack Klugman, Liza Minnelli, Dudley Moore, Ben Gazzara, Mira Sorvino, Ally Sheedy, David Lansbury, Robert Wagner, Patricia Wettig, JoBeth Williams, Jill Eikenberry, Gena Rowlands, Matthew Perry, Treat Williams, Zosia Mamet, Michael O'Rourke and Alan Feinstein
Life-altering secrets are unexpectedly revealed at a reunion weekend for a multi-generational mix of college alumni.
The Pickle (1993)
Director: Paul Mazursky
Starring: Danny Aiello, Dyan Cannon, Clotilde Courau, Shelley Winters, Barry Miller, Jerry Stiller, Chris Penn, Ally Sheedy, Little Richard, Stephen Tobolowsky, Spalding Gray and Brent Hinkley
Director Harry Stone is in a jam. Facing fiscal ruin after a trio of box-office bombs, he compromises his artistic integrity helming a sci-fi flick about some teens and their space-traveling gherkin.
Director: Mary Lambert
Starring: Marina Giulia Cavalli, Scott Plank and Ally Sheedy
A sultry Italian maid unlocks a couple's secret chamber and unleashes a private fantasy.
Shelter Island (2003)
Director: Geoffrey Schaaf
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Patsy Kensit, Stephen Baldwin, Chris Penn and Mimi Langeland
A former professional golfer turned motivational speaker seems to have it all. After being attacked near her home, she retreats to her country estate on Shelter Island with her live in girlfriend. A severe storm hits the island taking out the phone and electricity and a mysterious stranger arrives seeking shelter.
Shooting Livien (2005)
Directed by Rebecca Cook
Starring: Jason Behr, Sarah Wynter, Dominic Monaghan, Joshua Leonard, Ally Sheedy, Polly Draper, Jay O. Sanders, Elias Goldstein and Andrea Powell
John Livien is a disillusioned New York musician who deals with a childhood trauma by claiming an alter ego. With his band on the brink of success, fantasy becomes dangerously blurred with reality as Livien struggles with his identity crisis. At the peak of his insanity, Livien decides to take his dementia to the furthest reaches...
Short Circuit (1986)
Director: John Badham
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Steve Guttenberg, Fisher Stevens, Austin Pendleton, G. W. Bailey, Tim Blaney (voice) and Brian McNamara
When one of an experimental range of military robots is hit by lightning, it is given consciousness. It escapes from the military and befriends a young woman, Stephanie Speck. Its creator, Newton Crosby, is desperate to find it or his entire project may be scrapped.
St. Elmo's Fire (1985)
Director: Joel Schumacher
Starring: Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, Mare Winningham, Martin Balsam and Andie MacDowell
A group of recent college graduates embark on a series of misadventures in the real world. There's Kirby, a waiter who wants to be a lawyer; Kevin, a moody writer who yearns for the wild Jules; Alec, whose political aspirations alienate his girlfriend, Leslie; and Wendy, a quiet girl in love with Billy, who juggles roles as husband, dad and drunk. Together they grapple with adulthood.
Sugar Town (1999)
Directors: Allison Anders and Kurt Voss
Starring: Rosanna Arquette, Jade Gordon, Ally Sheedy, Beverly D'Angelo, Michael Des Barres, John Taylor, Martin Kemp, Larry Klein, John Doe, Lucinda Jenney, Chris Mulkey and Bijou Phillips
A cynical swipe at the LA rock scene through the lives of a group of musicians, actors and designers who were big in the '70s and '80s and want a taste of fame again before it's too late. There's a production designer so into self-help she has no life, a former movie scream queen and a former glam rock star Nick who still has an eye for the babes but needs to be persuaded of the charms of the mature rich widow Jane.
Director: Baz Taylor
Starring: C. Thomas Howell, Ally Sheedy, Catherine Rich, Amanda Elwes, Pavel Douglas, Susannah Kenton, Patrick Floersheim, Rebecca Pauly, Olivier Pierre, François Lalande, Véronique Ryke, Isabelle Guiard, Roger Bret, Alain Flick and Geoffrey Carey
An ex-wife's tell-all book hurts the career of a struggling actor on the verge of stardom. He decides to use his acting skills to get revenge on her.
Directors: Jon Voight and Gregory Gieras
Starring: Trenton Knight, Jon Voight, Ally Sheedy and Dom DeLuise
A boy trying to cope with his father's death much-needed guidance when his new toy soldier springs to life. So later the boy becomes friend's with a gang called the Pack 13 which is at war with another gang called the Snakes he soon gets caught in the mixed between both gangs. And his come to life toy soldier teaches him real true honor. Leading it to an all-out gang-war fight between the Pack 13 and Snakes.
Twice in a Lifetime (1985) (1985)
Director: Bud Yorkin
Starring: Gene Hackman, Ann-Margret, Ellen Burstyn, Amy Madigan, Ally Sheedy, Brian Dennehy, Stephen Lang and Darrell Larson
A married steelworker in the midst of a mid-life crisis becomes attracted to another woman.
Director: Donald Wrye
Starring: Marlo Thomas, Mel Harris, Ally Sheedy, Kathryn Dowling, Henry Czerny, Nigel Bennett, Kyle Simon Parker, Eileen Heckart,Donna Goodhand and Valerie Buhagiar
Three adult sisters take their father to court in Colorado for abuse they suffered as children.
Director: Sidney J. Furie
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Bobby Hosea, Michael Ironside, Casper Van Dien, Colin Glazer, Sean Baek, Jim Codrington and Donald Burda
30 years since the Fall of Saigon, Ray Watson, a Vietnam War veteran now working as a state senator, returns to Vietnam. When Ray arrives at his hotel room, he gets an unexpected visit from another veteran, Mark 'Doc' Jordan, who claims to be one of his old comrades from Echo Company. Ray doesn't remember him so Doc starts to remind Ray about the time that they served together.
Ray is forced to relive painful memories of how he was left for dead by his own platoon and the heinous crimes he once committed while in the line of duty. Meanwhile, Sara Reid from the Vietnam Veterans Action Committee in Washington, DC and several other government agents are in the hotel opposite secretly listening in to the conversation between the two veterans because they are assigned to search for a missing soldier - Sara's father - who went missing in action.
Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Ron Rifkin, Lindsay Crouse, Sam Robards, Robert Gossett, Dale Midkiff, Ron Rifkin, Gillian Ferrabee, Manuel Tadros, Richard Zeman, Edward Yankie, Kevin Carroll and Roger Guenveur Smith
The first female warden in a maximum-security prison for men struggles to maintain peace at the riot-torn facility.
Director: John Badham
Starring: Matthew Broderick, Dabney Coleman, John Wood, Ally Sheedy, Barry Corbin, John Spencer, Michael Madsen and Maury Chaykin
A young computer whizz kid accidentally connects into a top secret super-computer which has complete control over the U.S. nuclear arsenal. It challenges him to a game between America and Russia, and he innocently starts the countdown to World War 3. Can he convince the computer he wanted to play a game and not the real thing?
Director: Robert M. Young
Starring: Ted Danson, Ally Sheedy, Judith Ivey, Khadija Ali Ahmed, Zia Mohyeddin, John Okumu and Paul Onsongo
A doctor and a photo-journalist try to help famine victims in Africa.
Director: Michael Vejar
Starring: Anthony Michael Hall, Nicole de Boer, Chris Bruno, John L. Adams, Ally Sheedy, Lochlyn Munro, John Kapelos, Brenda James, David Ogden Stiers, Klodyne Rodney and Seth Ranaweera
A wild and immature old high school friend, Jason Moore, comes to see Johnny, Sarah and their friends for a high school reunion. Jason however reveals that he's dying from a terminal heart condition and asks for a vision of his future. Johnny sees him receiving a successful heart transplant and gives him the good news but later gets a vision of Jason's sister, Kate, being killed in a driving accident and becoming the donor.
Johnny soon realizes even if he saves Kate and gets Jason a heart through Purdy's connections, someone else who would have received the heart will die. Johnny tracks down the drunk driver, Patrick Hanchin, and confronts him, but sees that even if Johnny stops him from killing Kate, he'll hit a school bus. Trapped in a web of fate where anything he does will make things worse, Johnny decides on a painful choice to allow fate to run its course.
The Outer Limits (1995-2002) (1995)
Director: Mario Azzopardi
Starring: Ally Sheedy, Michael Sarrazin, Susan Hogan, Ken Pogue and John Tench
A reporter investigates a conversation overheard on her cell phone regarding the "removal" of a controversial author, only to discover a trail of people who've been turned into purple ash.
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