Dark City


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release Year: 1998
Country: USA, Australia
Runtime: 100
Languages: English
Director: Alex Proyas
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Taglines:

  • They built the city to see what makes us tick. Last night one of us went off.
  • Forget the Sun. Forget Time. Forget Your Memories.
  • Darkness Falls Soon
  • A world where the night never ends. Where man has no past. And humanity has no future.
  • You are not who you think you are

  • Writing by: Alex Proyas – (story)
    Alex Proyas – (screenplay) and
    Lem Dobbs – (screenplay) and
    David S. Goyer – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Michael De Luca – executive producer
    Barbara Gibbs – line producer
    Andrew Mason – producer
    Alex Proyas – producer
    Brian Witten – executive producer

    Cast: Rufus Sewell – John Murdoch
    William Hurt – Inspector Frank Bumstead
    Kiefer Sutherland – Dr. Daniel P. Schreber
    Jennifer Connelly – Emma Murdoch / Anna
    Richard OBrien – Mr. Hand
    Ian Richardson – Mr. Book
    Bruce Spence – Mr. Wall
    Colin Friels – Det. Eddie Walenski
    John Bluthal – Karl Harris
    Mitchell Butel – Officer Husselbeck
    Melissa George – May

    Music: Trevor Jones
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    Plot Outline: A man struggles with memories of his past, including a wife he cannot remember, in a nightmarish world with no sun and run by beings with telekinetic powers who seek the souls of humans.
    Plot: John Murdoch awakens alone in a strange hotel to find that he has lost his memory and is wanted for a series of brutal and bizarre murders. While trying to piece together his past, he stumbles upon a fiendish underworld controlled by a group of beings known as The Strangers who possess the ability to put people to sleep and alter the city and its inhabitants. Now Murdoch must find a way to stop them before they take control of his mind and destroy him.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    “No person or entity associated with this film received payment or anything of value, or entered into any agreement, in connection with the depiction of tobacco products.”

    Goofs: We know about 14 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Crew or equipment visible: The cable supporting John Murdoch when he opens the door and nearly falls down the shaft.

    Trivia: There are 17 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • At the beginning of the film, there is a brief shot of the movie theatre which says “Now Showing, The Evil, Late Show Nightly” and to the right, “Coming Attractions, Book of Dreams” (a previous film by Alex Proyas). At the end of the movie the marquee still says Book of Dreams: Welcome to Crateland (1994) is coming soon, even though the theater and marquee have changed.
    • New Line Cinema forced Alex Proyas to include the opening narration by Kiefer Sutherland, which Proyas objected to, saying it was unnecessary. The narration gives away several key plot twists and consequently many fans of the film prefer to watch it with the sound turned off during the narration until Sutherland looks at his pocket watch.
    • Sets from this film, including rooftops, buildings and others exteriors, were reused when filming The Matrix (1999).


The Number 23


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 2007
Country: USA
Runtime: 98
Rating: 6.4 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Joel Schumacher
Sound: SDDS, DTS, Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • The truth will find you.
  • First it takes hold of your mind…then it takes hold of your life.
  • A number is just a number. Or is it?

  • Writing by: Fernley Phillips – (written by)

    Produced by: Richard Brener – executive producer
    Mike Drake – executive producer
    Toby Emmerich – executive producer
    Linda Fields – associate producer (as Linda Fields Hill)
    Beau Flynn – producer
    Keith Goldberg – executive producer
    Fernley Phillips – co-producer
    Eli Richbourg – executive producer
    Tripp Vinson – producer
    Brooklyn Weaver – executive producer

    Cast: Jim Carrey – Walter Sparrow / Fingerling
    Virginia Madsen – Agatha Sparrow / Fabrizia
    Logan Lerman – Robin Sparrow
    Danny Huston – Isaac French / Dr. Miles Phoenix
    Lynn Collins – Suicide Blonde / Mrs. Dobkins / Young Fingerlings Mother
    Rhona Mitra – Laura Tollins
    Michelle Arthur – Sybil
    Mark Pellegrino – Kyle Flinch
    Paul Butcher – Young Fingerling / Young Walter
    David Stifel – Hotel Clerk
    Corey Stoll – Sergeant Burns

    Music: Harry Gregson-Williams
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    Plot Outline: Walter Sparrow becomes obsessed with a novel that he believes was written about him. As his obsession increases, more and more similarities seem to arise.
    Plot: On his birthday, Walter Sparrow, an amiable dog-catcher, takes a call that leaves him dog bit and late to pick up his wife. Shes browsed in a bookstore, finding a blood-red-covered novel, a murder mystery with numerology that loops constantly around the number 23. The story captivates Walter: he dreams it, he notices aspects of his life that can be rendered by “23,” he searches for the author, he stays in the hotel (in room 23) where events in the novel took place, and he begins to believe it was no novel. His wife and son try to help him, sometimes in sympathy, sometimes to protect him. Slowly, with danger to himself and to his family, he closes in on the truth.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 3 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The final credits include scenes of a photo shoot with Austin Powers, as well as a music video of the song BBC by Ming Tea.

    Goofs: We know about 8 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: In the film, Walter Sparrow claims that the serial killer Ted Bundy died on January 23. Ted Bundy was actually executed on January 24, 1989.

    Trivia: There are 17 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Elisabeth Shue was originally cast in the female lead, but had to decline because she was pregnant.
    • This is the 23rd project Joel Schumacher has directed.
    • Other instances of the number 23 connected (sometimes very tenuously) with the movie: – The last time Jim Carrey and Joel Schumacher worked together was in “Batman Forever.” In that film, Carreys character (the Riddler) also showed an obsession for numbers, which he used to represent letters of the alphabet in his riddles. The numbers were 1, 8, and 5. Batman figured out that 1 and 8 were meant to be 18. 18 + 5 = 23. The number 23 is a W, and in “Batman Forever” there is a scene of Carrey underneath a W (the gate outside Wayne Manor). – The address of the bookstore is 599. 5+9+9=23. – Walters room at the asylum was 318. 31-8=23. – The number of letters in “Animal Control Department” – The apartment number across from the suicide blondes apartment (959) – The dog in the movie is named NED. N is the 14th letter of the alphabet; E is the fifth; and D is the fourth. 14 + 5 + 4 = 23. – The numbers on Walters car add up to 23 (906 8TC, 9+0+6+8=23, 20(T)+3(C)=23) – The numbers on Issacs car is 023 5HJ, H is the eight letter in the alphabet and J is the tenth, 5 + 8(H) + 10(J) = 23 – The store front numbers that Fingerling is standing in front of while watching Fabrizia & Phoenix add to 23 (12, and 110). – The film was released in the US on February 23, 2007. – The number of Walter Sparrows footlocker 87305 = 23 (8+7+3+5) – The PO Box that Carrey and his family mail the boxes to is “P.O.Box 977″. 9+7+7 =23 – His birthday is February the 3rd, 2/3, 23.


The Village


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 2004
Country: USA
Runtime: 108
Rating: 7.4 (0)
Languages: English
Director: M. Night Shyamalan
Sound: DTS-ES, Dolby Digital EX, SDDS
Taglines:

  • Their Days Of Peace Are Over (Denmark)
  • Run. The truce is ending.
  • I: Let the bad color not be seen. It attracts them. II: Never enter the woods. That is where they wait. III: Heed the warning bell, for they are coming.
  • There is no turning back

  • Writing by: M. Night Shyamalan – (written by)

    Produced by: Sam Mercer – producer
    Jose L. Rodriguez – associate producer
    Scott Rudin – producer
    M. Night Shyamalan – producer

    Cast: Bryce Dallas Howard – Ivy Walker
    Joaquin Phoenix – Lucius Hunt
    Adrien Brody – Noah Percy
    William Hurt – Edward Walker
    Sigourney Weaver – Alice Hunt
    Brendan Gleeson – August Nicholson
    Cherry Jones – Mrs. Clack
    Celia Weston – Vivian Percy
    John Christopher Jones – Robert Percy
    Frank Collison – Victor
    Jayne Atkinson – Tabitha Walker

    Music: James Newton Howard
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    Plot Outline: The population of a small, isolated countryside village believe that their alliance with the mythical creatures that inhabit the forest around them is coming to an end.
    Plot: In a quiet, isolated village in olde Pennsylvania, there lies a pact between the people of the village and the creatures who reside in the surrounding woods: the townspeople do not enter the woods, and the creatures do not enter the village. The pact stays true for many years, but when Lucius Hunt seeks medical supplies from the towns beyond the wood, the pact is challenged. Animal carcasses, devoid of fur, begin to appear around the village, causing the council of elders to fear for the safety of the village, the pact, and so much more.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    During the end credits we see pictures of the village.

    Goofs: We know about 14 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When Lucius ventures into the woods he picks a branch off a bush with red berries on it. When he emerges out of the woods there are green leaves on the branch which were not there when he picked it.

    Trivia: There are 20 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Kirsten Dunst was replaced by Bryce Dallas Howard after dropping out to star in Elizabethtown (2005).
    • The inspiration for the story comes from two unlikely sources: “Wuthering Heights” for the period drama, and King Kong (1933) for the community living in fear of predatory creatures.
    • The director cast Bryce Dallas Howard without an audition after seeing her perform on stage.


2010


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Adventure
Release Year: 1984
Country: USA
Runtime: 116
Rating: 3.1 (0)
Languages: English, Russian
Director: Peter Hyams
Sound: 70 mm 6-Track, Dolby
Taglines:

  • Something wonderful is about to happen [Australia Theatrical]
  • Is there life beyond the stars? [Australia Theatrical]
  • We are not alone.
  • The year we make contact.
  • In the very near future a small group of Americans and Russians set out on the greatest adventure of them all… To see if there is life beyond the stars

  • Writing by: Arthur C. Clarke – (novel)
    Peter Hyams – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Peter Hyams – producer
    Neil A. Machlis – associate producer
    Jonathan A. Zimbert – associate producer

    Cast: Roy Scheider – Dr. Heywood Floyd
    John Lithgow – Dr. Walter Curnow
    Helen Mirren – Tanya Kirbuk
    Bob Balaban – Dr. R. Chandra
    Keir Dullea – Dave Bowman
    Douglas Rain – HAL 9000 (voice)
    Madolyn Smith Osborne – Caroline Floyd (as Madolyn Smith)
    Dana Elcar – Dimitri Moisevitch
    Taliesin Jaffe – Christopher Floyd
    James McEachin – Victor Milson
    Mary Jo Deschanel – Betty Fernandez, Bowmans Wife

    Music: David Shire
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    Plot Outline: A joint American-Soviet space expedition is sent to Jupiter to learn what happened to the Discovery.
    Plot: In this sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey, a joint American- Soviet expedition is sent to Jupiter to discover what went wrong with the U.S.S. Discovery against a backdrop of growing global tensions. Among the mysteries the expedition must explain are the appearance of a huge black monolith in Jupiters orbit and the fate of H.A.L., the Discoverys sentient computer. Based on a novel written by Arthur C. Clarke.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    For Susan

    Goofs: We know about 18 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Numerous differences in the Discovery from 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), as director Stanley Kubrick deliberately had the models and sets destroyed.

    Trivia: There are 26 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The score was originally composed by Tony Banks (of Genesis), but Banks score was ultimately dropped & has never been released. David Shire was brought on board to do the final score for the film.
    • In order to make the American spacesuits as authentic as possible, costume designer Patricia Norris used a Teflon fabric that cost $175 a yard.
    • The set for Heywood Floyds house (with dolphin pool) was constructed atop the MGM studio “saucer tank” in Culver City, California. The dolphins, named Captain Crunch and Lelani, were provided by a local aquarium.


Sleuth


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Release Year: 1972
Country: UK
Runtime: 138
Rating: 6 (0)
Languages: English, Italian
Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • If it was murder, wheres the body? [original movie poster]
  • If it was murder, wheres the body? If it was for a woman, which woman? If its only a game, why the blood?
  • Who was the player? Who was the pawn? In this deadly game . . .
  • Think of the perfect crime… then go one step further.

  • Writing by: Anthony Shaffer – (play)
    Anthony Shaffer – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Morton Gottlieb – producer
    David Middlemas – associate producer
    Edgar J. Scherick – executive producer

    Cast: Laurence Olivier – Andrew Wyke
    Michael Caine – Milo Tindle
    Alec Cawthorne – Inspector Doppler
    John Matthews – Detective Sergeant Tarrant
    Eve Channing – Marguerite Wyke
    Teddy Martin – Police Constable Higgs

    Music: John Addison
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A man who loves games and theater invites his wifes lover to meet him, setting up a battle of wits with potentially deadly results.
    Plot: Milo Tindle and Andrew Wyke have something in common, Andrews wife. In an attempt to find a way out of this without costing Andrew a fortune in alimony, he suggests Milo pretend to rob his house and let him claim the insurance on the stolen jewelry. The problem is that they dont really like each other and each cannot avoid the zinger on the other. The plot has many shifts in which the advantage shifts between Milo and Andrew.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    In Memoriam Pedro Sopeсa

    Goofs: We know about 7 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: In the snooker game, after Andrew pots the black for the first time, it is clearly seen to be on its spot before Milo takes it from the pocket and re-spots it.

    Trivia: There are 14 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Joanne Woodwards likeness was used for the painting of Marguerite Wyke.
    • Last film of Joseph L. Mankiewicz.
    • Michael Caine was the third choice for the part of Milo Tindle after Albert Finney (who was deemed too plump) and Alan Bates (who turned down the role).


"The Outer Limits"


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Thriller
Release Year: 1995
Country: USA, Canada
Runtime: 50
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Robert Harmon
Sound: Stereo
Taglines:

  • There is nothing wrong with your television. Do not attempt to adjust the picture.

  • Writing by: Brendan Hood – (written by) (as Brendan William Hood)

    Produced by: Tony Blain – co-producer
    Tom Engelman – producer
    Ted Field – executive producer
    Barbara Kelly – co-producer
    Scott Kroopf – producer
    David Linde – executive producer
    John Mariella – associate producer

    Cast: Kevin Conway – The Control Voice / … (145 episodes, 1995-2002)
    Alex Diakun – Nicholas Prentice / … (8 episodes, 1995-2001)
    Eric Schneider – Alien Inquisitor / … (8 episodes, 1995-2001)
    Garvin Cross – Agent Bauer / … (6 episodes, 1995-2000)
    Larry Musser – Clerk / … (6 episodes, 1995-2001)
    Kavan Smith – Allan / … (5 episodes, 1995-2001)
    Nathaniel DeVeaux – Captain / … (5 episodes, 1995-1999)
    Scott Swanson – Emil Dobkins / … (5 episodes, 1995-1999)
    Tom Butler – Charlie Bouton / … (5 episodes, 1995-2001)
    Andrew Airlie – Don / … (5 episodes, 1996-2002)
    Kristin Lehman – Janet Marshall / … (4 episodes, 1996-2001)

    Music: Elia Cmiral
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: After witnessing a horrific and traumatic event, Julia Lund, a graduate student in psychology, gradually…
    Plot: After witnessing a horrific and traumatic event, Julia Lund, a graduate student in psychology, gradually comes to the realization that everything which scared her as a child could be real. And whats worse, it might be coming back to get her…

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Just before the credits ends, you can hear a loud roar of the monster.

    Goofs: We know about 5 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When Julias car stalls on the road, she is shown sitting in the car wearing a seatbelt. After she reaches into the glove compartment and pulls out a flashlight she is no longer wearing the seatbelt.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Lasted longer than the original "The Outer Limits" (1963).
    • One story with mostly the same original cast was shown in two parts over consecutive seasons: "The Outer Limits: Double Helix (#3.12)" (1997) and "The Outer Limits: The Origin of Species (#4.23)" (1998).
    • The SciFi Channel quietly took over co-production in 2001, after the series was cancelled by Showtime (Season 7). Apparently there were already some cable-ready episodes in the can at the time of cancellation, as the MA-rated “Flower Child” was only broadcast during the shows syndication-only run. On the whole the SciFi-MGM relationship resulted in lower-quality episodes and clip-shows. The SciFi Channel was still administrated by the Vivendi-Universal group at this time. An “unsanitized” version of “Flower Child” appears on DVD in the US release of the Outer Limits “Sex and Science Fiction” collection.


Marnie


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Release Year: 1964
Country: USA
Runtime: 130
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • "You dont love me. Im just some kind of wild animal youve trapped!"
  • Thief… Liar… Cheat… she was all of these and he knew it!
  • Would his touch end Marnies unnatural fears or start them again?
  • Only Alfred Hitchcock could have created so suspenseful a sex mystery!
  • From Alfred Hitchcock with sex and suspense.
  • On Marnies wedding night he discovered every secret about her . . . except one!
  • Alfred Hitchcocks love stories start where others fail to go!
  • The more he loved her . . . The more she hated him . . . For trying to unravel her secret!

  • Writing by: Winston Graham – (novel)
    Jay Presson Allen – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Alfred Hitchcock – producer (uncredited)

    Cast: Tippi Hedren – Marnie Edgar (as Tippi Hedren)
    Martin Gabel – Sidney Strutt
    Sean Connery – Mark Rutland
    Louise Latham – Bernice Edgar
    Diane Baker – Lil Mainwaring
    Alan Napier – Mr. Rutland
    Bob Sweeney – Cousin Bob
    Milton Selzer – Man at Track
    Mariette Hartley – Susan Clabon
    Bruce Dern – Sailor
    Henry Beckman – First Detective

    Music: Bernard Herrmann
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: Mark marries Marnie although she is a habitual thief and has serious psychological problems, and tries to help her confront and resolve them.
    Plot: Marnie Edgar is an ice-cold habitual thief. She uses her looks to gain the confidence of her employers, robs them, and changes her identity. Her only loves are her horse and her mother, although she has problems with the latter relationship. Marnie applies for a job at Mark Rutlands Philadelphia publishing company. Mark recognises her since he is a client of her last employer, but instead of turning her in, he decides to watch her.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The opening credits are displayed over a series of black-and-white photographs taken from scenes in the movie. The very last on then turns to color and becomes the first scene of each episode. The end credits are displayed over a picture of a dove silhouette on a piece of wood.

    Goofs: We know about 15 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: While Rutland and Marnie are at the safe, the stacks of cash change height and orientation from one shot to the next.

    Trivia: There are 23 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Director Cameo: [Alfred Hitchcock] Five minutes into the film, in the hotel corridor as Marnie walks by.
    • Diane Baker was not allowed to read the script of the film before choosing whether or not to do it. She was only told that it was an Alfred Hitchcock movie named Marnie starring Tippi Hedren.
    • Diane Baker has said that for the scene where she eavesdrops on Mark and Marnie talking outside of the house, Alfred Hitchcock came up to her, put his hands on her face, and physically manipulated it into having the expression he wanted for the scene.


The Thirteenth Floor


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Romance, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release Year: 1999
Country: USA, Germany
Runtime: 100
Rating: 8.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Josef Rusnak
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Taglines:

  • Question reality. You can go there even though it doesnt exist.

  • Writing by: Daniel F. Galouye – (book "Simulacron 3") (as Daniel Galouye)
    Josef Rusnak – (screenplay) &
    Ravel Centeno-Rodriguez – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Helga Ballhaus – executive producer
    Michael Ballhaus – executive producer
    Roland Emmerich – producer
    Ute Emmerich – producer
    Kelly Van Horn – co-producer
    Marco Weber – producer

    Cast: Craig Bierko – Douglas Hall / John Ferguson / David
    Armin Mueller-Stahl – Hannon Fuller / Grierson
    Gretchen Mol – Jane Fuller / Natasha Molinaro
    Vincent DOnofrio – Jason Whitney / Jerry Ashton
    Dennis Haysbert – Detective Larry McBain
    Steven Schub – Detective Zev Bernstein
    Jeremy Roberts – Tom Jones
    Rif Hutton – Joe
    Leon Rippy – Janes Lawyer
    Janet MacLachlan – Ellen
    Brad William Henke – Cop #1 (as Brad Henke)

    Music: Harald Kloser
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: Computer scientist Hannon Fuller has discovered something extremely important. Hes about to tell the discovery to his colleague…
    Plot: Computer scientist Hannon Fuller has discovered something extremely important. Hes about to tell the discovery to his colleague, Douglas Hall, but knowing someone is after him, the old man leaves a letter in his computer generated parallel world thats just like the 30s with seemingly real people with real emotions. Fuller is murdered in our real world the same night, and his colleague is suspected. Douglas discovers a bloody shirt in his bathroom and he cannot recall what he was doing the night Fuller was murdered. He logs into the system in order to find the letter, but has to confront the unexpected. The truth is harsher than he could ever imagine…

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Before the opening credits, a Rene Descartes quote (“I think, therefore I am.”) is on screen.

    Goofs: We know about 7 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Incorrectly regarded as goofs: In the 1937 world, the old man (Fuller) refers to World War I. There had been no World War II yet, thus World War I should have been referred to as “The Great War”, but since the world was actually a simulation, this is just an error in the simulation. Many other anachronisms in the 1937 world can be similarly explained, such as the too-new money and a too-new police car.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The science fiction novel Simulacron-3 was also published under the title Counterfeit World, it was first published in 1964 by Daniel F. Galouye in the United States, and is one of the first literary descriptions of virtual reality.


Sphere


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release Year: 1998
Country: USA
Runtime: 134
Rating: 6.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Barry Levinson
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Taglines:

  • A thousand feet beneath the sea, the blackest holes are in the mind…
  • Terror can fill any space

  • Writing by: Michael Crichton – (novel)
    Kurt Wimmer – (adaptation)
    Stephen Hauser – (screenplay) and
    Paul Attanasio – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Patricia Churchill – associate producer
    Michael Crichton – producer
    Peter Giuliano – executive producer
    Barry Levinson – producer
    Andrew Wald – producer

    Cast: Dustin Hoffman – Dr. Norman Goodman
    Sharon Stone – Dr. Elizabeth Beth Halperin
    Samuel L. Jackson – Dr. Harry Adams
    Peter Coyote – Captain Harold C. Barnes
    Liev Schreiber – Dr. Ted Fielding
    Queen Latifah – Alice Teeny Fletcher
    Marga Gómez – Jane Edmunds
    Huey Lewis – Helicopter Pilot
    Bernard Hocke – Seaman
    James Pickens Jr. – O.S.S.A. Instructor
    Michael Keys Hall – O.S.S.A. Official

    Music: Elliot Goldenthal
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A spaceship is discovered under three hundred years worth of coral growth at the bottom of the ocean.
    Plot: 1000 feet below the ocean, navy divers discover an object half-a-mile long. A crack team of scientists are deployed to the site in Deepsea Habitats. What they find boggles the mind as they discover a perfect metal sphere. What is the secret behind the sphere? Will they survive the mysterious manifestations? Who or what is creating these? They may never live to find out.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The opening credits are cast over an invisible sphere.

    Goofs: We know about 12 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: In several scenes the team members wear various recreational dive computers, which are useless on a 1000ft saturation dive.

    Trivia: There are 7 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Many scenes, like Harry and Normans conversation about making up the ULF report and dealing with Ted, were completely improvised.
    • Joseph Hahn, the DJ in rock band Linkin Park, designed the sea snake.
    • The ending had to be reshot because test audiences could not believe that the characters could survive without spending weeks in decompression.


Color of Night


Category: Mystery
All Genres: Mystery, Romance, Thriller, Drama
Release Year: 1994
Country: USA
Runtime: 121
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Richard Rush
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • Five Suspects. Two Lovers. One Killer. Nothing is what it seems… except murder.
  • In the heat of desire, love can turn to deception. Nothing is what it seems when day turn into night

  • Writing by: Billy Ray – (story)
    Matthew Chapman – (screenplay) and
    Billy Ray – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Buzz Feitshans – producer
    David Matalon – producer
    Andrew G. Vajna – executive producer
    David Willis – co-producer
    Carmine Zozzora – co-producer

    Cast: Bruce Willis – Dr. Bill Capa
    Jane March – Rose
    Rubén Blades – Lt. Hector Martinez
    Lesley Ann Warren – Sondra Dorio
    Scott Bakula – Dr. Bob Moore
    Brad Dourif – Clark
    Lance Henriksen – Buck
    Kevin J. OConnor – Casey Heinz
    Andrew Lowery – Dale Dexter
    Eriq La Salle – Det. Anderson
    Jeff Corey – Ashland

    Music: Dominic Frontiere
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A color-blind psychiatrist Bill Capa is stalked by an unknown killer after taking over his murdered friends therapy group, all of whom have a connection to a mysterious young woman that Capa begins having intense sexual encounters with.
    Plot: Psychologist Bill Capa gives up his practise when he unintentially pushes a patient to committ suicide. In an effort to come to terms with this tragedy he visits an old colleague, Bob Moore, who is subsequently murdered. The quest to catch the killer centres around a group of Moores psychologically disturbed patients, however equally as important is an affair which develops between Capa and the mysterious Rose. This relationship, at first a diversion, becomes central to the plot as the film progresses.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    After the credits roll, Hector can be heard calling for help because he is still hanging on the wall.

    Goofs: We know about 9 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Shortly after his patients suicide, we see Bill from behind talking with an another man, and he makes some comment about suicide and motions to his head with his right hand. But when the camera shows him from the front, he is putting his left arm down.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The Malibu house used as a main setting is the same house similarly used in Ritual (2000/I).
    • The first Golden Raspberry Worst Picture “winner” to take that Award and not receive even one other RAZZIE.
    • Although this film was a box office flop, but this film did very well in home video market; according to Entertainment Weekly, this film was even a top-five renter.