Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
20th Century Fox,
Dir: David Fincher
Trapped in an all-male penal asylum, Ripley faces her most intimate, high-stakes encounter yet with the infamous acid-oozing fiends as she leads a fight against a terrifying outbreak of the alien species.
Dir: Nicholas Jarecki
Billionaire hedge-fund manager Robert Miller (Richard Gere) is caught making illegal deals by a business partner and has just days to balance his books to avoid jail time. In addition, Miller is in the midst of a cat-and-mouse game with a detective (Tim Roth) investigating him for covering up the accidental killing of his mistress. ARBITRAGE is both a tense, edge-of your-seat thriller (think Bernie Madoff meets MATCH POINT) and a complex character study expertly executed by Gere.“Mr. Gere is one of cinema's great walkers, graced with a suggestively predatory physical suppleness, and he slips through the movie like a panther. He's the film's most deluxe item.” - Manohla Dargis, New York Times.
Dir: Richard Brooks
A young, sexually unsatisfied school teacher (Diane Keaton) begins a wild string of late-night romps with increasingly dangerous men including disturbed thug Tony (Richard Gere) - the most dangerous of them all. This brooding, lurid adaptation of Judith Rossner's best-selling novel follows one woman on a desperate search for fulfillment, and is shockingly based on the true life of a New York City schoolteacher. Keaton’s stellar, subtle performance earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress.