FACE/OFF
1997, Paramount, 138 min, USA, Dir: John Woo

A wild, dizzying thrill ride of a pulp epic that is probably the closest in spirit to Woo’s earlier Hong Kong thrillers. Federal agent John Travolta and psychotic master criminal Nicolas Cage exchange identities when a bizarre undercover operation to coax information out of Cage’s brother goes horribly wrong. Cat-and-mouse pyrotechnics mushroom as the beleaguered undercover man feverishly tries to recapture his nemesis - and his face. With Joan Allen and Gina Gershon. “A cinema of violent delirium so breathtaking it plays like visual poetry.” - Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times.


STEP BROTHERS
2008, Sony Repertory, 98 min, USA, Dir: Adam McKay

TALLADEGA NIGHTS: THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reunite for this comedy hit in which they play coddled men living with their respective single parents. When their folks fall in love and marry, the two guys become stepbrothers and must learn to get along with each other and start shouldering adult responsibilities. Mary Steenburgen and Richard Jenkins costar.


MYSTERY DATE
1991, Park Circus/MGM, 97 min, USA, Dir: Jonathan Wacks

Tom (Ethan Hawke) pines for his neighbor’s beautiful housesitter, Geena (Teri Polo), but doesn’t have the courage to tell her until his older brother shows up unexpectedly to make his dreams come true. Given a fancy car, cash and the ideal date itinerary, Tom is now ready to take Geena on the perfect date. What Tom doesn’t know is that his brother has been living a life of crime; when it spills over into Tom’s evening, he and Geena must avoid killers, carnage and mosh pits if they want to survive to see a second date.


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