Mittwoch, 6. Juni 2007

Robocop Re - Up

As I Promise.
Here´s The First Re - Up:
Ladies And Gentleman.....

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The Lost Boys (1987)

The Lost Boys is a 1987 American horror film about young Californians who must fight a gang of teenage vampires. It stars Jason Patric, Corey Haim, and Kiefer Sutherland, and co-stars Jami Gertz, Corey Feldman, Dianne Wiest, Edward Herrmann, Alex Winter, and Barnard Hughes. It was directed by Joel Schumacher.

The film's title is derived from Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie.

A divorced mother, Lucy Emerson (Dianne West), and her two teenage sons Michael (Jason Patric) and Sam (Corey Haim) move to live with the mother's father in the small California town of Santa Carla (based loosely on the city of Santa Cruz, California), plagued by problems with a motorcycle gang and unexplained disappearances.

The older boy, Michael, is eventually drawn into the motorcycle gang because he feels attracted to the group's girl, Star (Jami Gertz), and because he doesn't want to look less than their charismatic leader, David (Kiefer Sutherland). After a sort of informal initiation ceremony with the gang involving dangerous activities such as motorcycle racing through the fog, Michael begins to hang out with them until he is made to drink blood in the guise of wine. (They had also made him eat rice which they made him believe was maggots). Soon afterwards, he starts showing the symptoms of vampirism. He sleeps all day and starts hanging out with them all night, which lasts until they drive him to a real hunt and show him that he must kill in order to survive.

This makes Michael react. With the help of Star (Jami Gertz), Laddie (a vampire child), and his brother Sam who in the meantime has joined up with two relatively inept vampire hunters Edgar (Corey Feldman) and Alan Frog (Jamison Newlander), he sets out to shake off the curse by finding and killing the head vampire. This proves more difficult than it seems, as it is not evident who the leader is.

Sam and the Frog Brothers try to prove that Lucy's boyfriend Max (Edward Herrmann) is the leader of the vampire gang, but their tests fail. Towards the end of the movie, it turns out Max is the leader. Their vampire tests didn't work because Michael had invited Max into the house ("Don't ever invite a vampire into your house, you silly boy," Max said to Sam at the end of the movie. "It renders you powerless.")

The boys battle the vampires, killing all of them except Max. As Max is about to bite into Lucy's neck, Grandpa drives his jeep through the wall of the house and sends a fence post through Max's heart. Grandpa casually gets one of his root beers from the refridgerator and remarks, "One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach... all the damn vampires", indicating he has known much more about the paranormal activities in the area than anyone suspected.


1. INXS and Jimmy Barnes - GOOD TIMES (03:49)
written by Georges Young and Henry Vanda
2. Lou Gramm - LOST IN THE SHADOWS (THE LOST BOYS) (06:17)
written by Lou Gramm
3. Roger Daltrey - DON'T LET THE SUN GO DOWN ON ME (06:09)
Written by Elton Jones and Bernie Taupin
4. INXS and Jimmy Barnes - LAYING DOWN THE LAW (04:24)
written by Michael Hutchence, Andrew Farriss, Jon Farriss, Kirk Pengilly, Garry Gary and Jimmy Barnes
5. Echo and the Bunnymen - PEOPLE ARE STRANGE (03:36)
written by The Doors
6. Gerard McMann - CRY LITTLE SISTER (Theme from The Lost Boys) (04:03)
written by Michael Mainieri and Gerard McMann
7. Eddie and The Tide - POWER PLAY (03:57)
written by Brian A. Robertson and Phil Pickett
8. Tim Cappello - I STILL BELIEVE (03:42)
written by Michael Been end James Goodwin
9. Mummy Calls - BEAUTY HAS HER WAY (03:56)
written by David Banks and Paul Brook
10. Thomas Newman - THE SHOCK OF MISS LOUISE (01:21)
written by Thomas Newman

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psycho III (1986)

Psycho III is a 1986 sequel to Psycho & Psycho II. The film stars Anthony Perkins (who also directed the film), Diana Scarwid, Jeff Fahey and Roberta Maxwell. The screenplay is written by Charles Edward Pogue. The original music score is composed by Carter Burwell. The film is marketed with the tagline "Norman Bates is back to normal. But Mother's off her rocker again!"

The film starts off with Maureen Coyle (Diana Scarwid), a mentally unstable young nun, is on top of a bell tower about to commit suicide, one of the nuns try to gets her to come down, but the nun gets pushed off and dies. Another nun tells Maureen that she will burn in hell, she is forced to leave the abbey after this ordeal.

Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is still manning the desk at the Bates Motel, where he now has an assistant, Duane Duke (Jeff Fahey), a sleazy young musician desperate for money. Maureen, now the new long-term tenant, has been seeing Duane and has some issues to resolve in her life; she gave up her vows as a nun only days before, and she isn't sure just how she feels about either spiritual or earthly matters.

Maureen finds herself at the diner, where Norman is a short order cook since his release from the asylum. Norman takes an interest in Maureen because she strongly resembles Marion Crane -- the girl he murdered in the shower 22 years earlier. Her initials, "M.C.", are also the same as those of Marion Crane. Meanwhile, Norman is still keeping the dressed corpse of the killer, Mrs. Emma Spool, in his old Victorian mansion behind the Bates Motel on the hill.

Director and star, Anthony Perkins, clearly made an effort to make Psycho III in a style reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock's original classic: its style is rooted in Psycho, not Psycho II.

For instance: During a conversation between Maureen and Norman in the motel's office, Maureen expresses her concern that she may have "gone a little mad" when she left the nunnery. Norman, echoing himself from Psycho, replies: "We all go a little mad sometimes."

After this conversation, Maureen decides to take a bath. But what we see is not Marion Crane's joyful cleansing in the shower, but the surrender of an acutely dispirited woman. When "Mother" opens the curtains, she sees not a hardy woman in a shower, but, rather, a broken woman in a bathtub. She is committing suicide by slitting her wrists with a razorblade.

Maureen looks up at Mother and Mother, weakened, lowers the knife. Maureen, then, sees not a blade, but a shimmering crucifix. What Maureen was staring at was not Norman's mother coming to kill her, but Mother Mary coming to save her. Norman "returns" and gets Maureen to the local hospital to save her life. After she is released, he invites her to stay back at the motel and they began a romantic relationship.

One day, Tracy Venable (Roberta Maxwell), a nosey journalist, is writing an article about serial killers being put back on the streets. She comes to seek Norman and ask questions about his past and "Mother". Norman becomes defensive of the reporter and tells her to leave. But Tracy is trying too hard to prove that Norman is beginning a series of murders once again.


1. Scream Of Love (03:47)
Theme Song from Psycho III - Written by Carter Burwell, Steve Bray & David Sanborn
2. Maureen In The Desert (01:56)
Written by Carter Burwell
3. Dirty Street (03:37)
Written by Carter Burwell, Steve Bray & Stanton-Miranda
4. Before And After Shower (03:36)
Written by Carter Burwell
5. Warm As A Cry For Help (02:20)
Written by Carter Burwell
6. Sisters / Catherine Mary (04:13)
Written by Carter Burwell, Steve Bray & Stanton-Miranda
7. Mother ? (02:45)
Written by Carter Burwell
8. Bad Boys And Body Bags (03:53)
Written by Carter Burwell
9. Revenge Of A Thankless Child (02:47)
Written by Carter Burwell
10. Electroshock Waiting Room (01:45)
Written by Carter Burwell

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Samstag, 19. Mai 2007

Re-Ups Coming Very Soon!

Every Dead Link Will Be Renewed Shortly (Incl.The Link For "Robocop")

Colors (1988)

Colors is a 1988 film starring Sean Penn and Robert Duvall and directed by Dennis Hopper. The story takes place in South Central Los Angeles in 1987, and is about an experienced LAPD cop, Bob Hodges (Duvall) and his rookie partner, Danny McGavin (Penn) who try to keep the gang violence between the Bloods and the Crips under control.

Danny McGavin is a young officer who has just transferred to LAPD's C.R.A.S.H. unit from patrol. Teamed with 19-year veteran Bob Hodges, he is a hotheaded adrenaline junkie, much to Hodge's chagrin. McGavin allows no challenge to authority, however slight, to go unpunished.

The older cop is laid back on the surface, preaching "rapport" to gang members to encourage them to offer help when it is truly needed, and recognizes that every action white cops take is scrutinized by the people they are trying to help. The lessons are lost on McGavin, and his actions bring him quick notoriety that rubs off on Hodges.

Amidst this, a murder of a Bloods gang member leads to a series of escalations between two other gangs, a relentless intertwining of seemingly random incidents that culminates in a gang war. Meanwhile, after attempts of reason, friendship and finally intimidation fail to bring any change in McGavin, Hodges finally gives up and requests a partner transfer.

McGavin finally learns that being a hardened enforcer has repercussions in the lives of everyone he contacts, and most of all himself, and that force without diplomacy only leads to ruin.


01.Colors - Ice T

02.Six Gun (44 Mag.Mix) - Decadent Dub Team

03.Let The Rhythm Run - Salt N Pepa

04.Raw - Big Daddy Kane

05.Paid In Full (Seven Minutes Of Madness) - Eric B & Rakim

06.Butcher Shop - Kool G Rap

07.Mad Mad World - 7 A 3

08.Go On Girl - Roxanne Shante

09.A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste - MC Shan

10.Everywhere I Go (Colors) - Rick James

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Batman (1989)

Batman is an American Academy Award-winning superhero film based on the DC Comics character Batman created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. It is the first entry in the original four-part Batman film series, the first directed by Tim Burton and the first to star Michael Keaton as Bruce Wayne/Batman. It also starred Jack Nicholson as the Joker. Inspired by the original work of Finger and Kane from the late thirties and forties and also by the darker Batman comics of the 1980s (including the work of Frank Miller and Alan Moore), the film moved the franchise towards Batman's dark roots and away from the campy 1960s interpretation of the character.

Tracklist (Prince Songs) :
01.The Future
02.Electric Chair
03.The Arms Of Orion (with Sheena Easton)
05.Vicki Waiting
07.Lemon Crush

Tracklist (Score) :
01.The Batman Theme
02.Roof Fight
03.First Confrontation
06.Clown Attack
07.Batman To The Rescue
08.Roasted Dude
09.Photos/Beautiful Dreamer
10.Descent Into Mystery
11.The Bat Cave
12.The Joker´s Poem
13.Childhood Remembered
14.Love Theme
15.Charge Of The Batmobile
16.Attack Of The Batwing
17.Up The Cathedral
18.Waltz To The Death
19.The Final Confrontation
21.Batman Theme Reprise

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Samstag, 5. Mai 2007

Rain Man (1988)

Rain Man is an Academy Award-winning 1988 film which tells the story of an abrasive, selfish yuppie, Charlie Babbitt, who discovers that his father has left all of his multi-million dollar estate to an autistic savant brother, Raymond, whom Charlie never knew he had.

The movie stars Tom Cruise as Charlie Babbitt, Dustin Hoffman as his brother Raymond, and Valeria Golino as Charlie's girlfriend, Susanna. The character of Raymond was inspired by real-life savant, Kim Peek.


01.Iko Iko - The Belle Stars

02.Scatterlings Of Africa - Johnny Clegg & Savuka

03.Dry Bones - The Delta Rhythm Boys

04.At Last - Etta James

05.Lonely Avenue - Ian Gillan & Roger Glover

06.Nathan Jones - Bananarama

07.Leaving Walbrook/On The Road - Hans Zimmer

08.Las Vegas/End Credits - Hans Zimmer

09.Stardust - Rob Wasserman With Art Neville

10.Beyound The Blue Horizon - Lou Christie

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Brainstorm (1983)

Brainstorm is a 1983 science fiction film directed by Douglas Trumbull and starring Christopher Walken and Natalie Wood (in her last film appearance).

The story involves a team of scientists which includes estranged husband-and-wife, Michael and Karen Brace (played by Walken and Wood) and Michael's research colleague, Lillian Reynolds (played by Louise Fletcher) who co-invent a special computer device which allows sensations and higher brain functions to be scanned directly from the brain, recorded, and played back, allowing another person to experience them. The device that read thoughts was called "The Hat". Memories and experiences are stored on an oversize iridescent videotape recorder/player.

When Reynolds suffers a fatal heart attack, she manages to record her own death. Michael attempts to play back the tape, but is nearly killed doing so. After modifying the output of the device to prevent the lethal effect, he tries again, but is interrupted after another scientist who was secretly monitoring the playback dies. The tape is locked away, and Michael and Karen are kicked off the team.

Michael, now obsessed with seeing the tape to the end, makes several attempts to hack into the lab's computers, and discovers project "Brainstorm" - which includes such applications of the device as torture and brainwashing. Michael's son is inadvertently exposed to one of the "toxic" tapes that had been developed as part of the project, and suffers severe mental trauma as a result.

Now more determined than ever, Michael enlists the help of his ex-wife, as well as a friend who had been part of the original project team, so that he can finally view the tape of Reynolds' death, even at the cost of his own life, and destroy project Brainstorm.

Ultimately he succeeds on both counts, and finally knowing what death truly is and what lies after it, he and Karen rediscover their love for one another.

Michael views Dr. Reynold's deathtape. It recorded all of her last thoughts, filled with time memory bubbles, each with its own memory or story. As she actually dies, she remembers the hilarious meeting with Michael and the robot that knocked down stacked up soda cans, She remembers a potential suitor at her lab, attempting to woo and flatter her. She also remembers being devastated, when her boss told her that her private funding was lost, Project Triad was dead and the Pentagon would take over. Her last thoughts on the tape, right before she died, was that of seeing stars and a heavenly chamber and hundreds of angels flying into a great central cosmic light......Then the tape ran out. Michael began crying, because Dr. Reynold's had seen Heaven and made it.

While Michael Brace views the tape, his wife Karen hacks the computer that destroys the robotic factory that makes the memory recording helmets for the US Military.


01.Main Title

02.Lillian´s Heart Attack

03.Gaining Access To The Tapes

04.Michael´s Gift To Karen

05.First Playback

06.Race For Time

07.Final Payback,End Titles

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Angel Heart (1987)

Angel Heart is a 1987 horror movie written and directed by Alan Parker, starring Mickey Rourke, Lisa Bonet and Robert De Niro. The film is adapted from the novel Falling Angel by William Hjortsberg, and is generally faithful to the novel, but it has a more somber tone.

A highly atmospheric film, Angel Heart combines elements of film noir, hard-boiled detective stories and horror.

Rourke plays Harry Angel, a seedy private investigator in 1955 New York City. Louis Cyphre (De Niro) hires Angel to locate Johnny Favorite, a popular big band crooner who was severely injured in World War II and hospitalized with profound brain damage. Cyphre discovers that the hospital falsified Favorite's records, and wants Angel to find out what happened, as Favorite owed a debt to Cyphre.

But there's more to the case than initially appears, as the debt in question is Favorite's soul, and Cyphre is not human – his very name, Louis Cyphre, is a play on words, sounding like Lucifer when said out loud. His true objective is strongly hinted at by the "egg scene," in which Cyphre eats, with great gusto, an egg – after remarking that in many cultures it represents the soul.

Angel travels to New Orleans as he digs deeper into the case, delving into a world of voodoo and satanism and growing increasingly worried for his own safety and sanity. As Harry Angel discovers more and more of the truth behind Favorite's fate, he experiences flashbacks of satanic rituals, a black mass and a string of murders. He meets Epiphany Proudfoot (Bonet), daughter of a voodoo practitioner who knew Favorite. Notable is the film's disturbing twist ending, in which Angel must finally face the fact that he is Johnny Favorite himself, having abducted and, through a satanic ritual, taken the place and identity of the original Harry Angel, a soldier returning from the war whom he (Favorite) randomly picked off the street. Favorite had promised his soul to the Devil in exchange for worldly success, but then tried to renege by taking the place of another. It is only after he realizes his true identity that Cyphre can claim what is his: Favorite's very soul. Over the end credits, there is a lengthy sequence of Angel descending in a rackety old elevator, apparently on his way to Hell.

Rourke's effective performance anchors the film. DeNiro offers a memorable performance in an atypical role, as a refined but palpably sinister character reportedly based on Martin Scorsese's mannerisms. Charlotte Rampling and blues singer Brownie McGhee are memorable in their rather small roles.


01.Harry Angel - Courtney Pine

02.Honey Man Blues - Bessie Smith

03.Nightmare - Courtney Pine

04.Girl Of My Dreams - Courtney Pine

05.I Got This Thing About Chicken - Courtney Pine

06.The Right Key But The Wrong Keyhole - Lillian Boutte

07.Rainy,Rainy Day - Brownie McGee

08.Looking For Johnny - Courtney Pine

09.Bloodmare - Courtney Pine

10.Johnny Favourite - Courtney Pine

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Donnerstag, 19. April 2007

Teen Wolf (1985)

Teen Wolf (first released on August 23, 1985 by Atlantic Releasing Corporation) is an American film starring Michael J. Fox as Scott Howard, a high school student who discovers that his family has an unusual heritage when he finds himself transforming into a werewolf. The film was directed by Rod Daniel based on a script co-written by Jeph Loeb and Matthew Weisman.


01.Flesh On Fire - James House

02.Big Bad Wolf - The Wolf Sisters

03.Win In The End - Mark Safan

04.Shootin´For The Moon - Amy Holland

05.Silhouette - David Palmer

06.Way To Go - Mark Vieha

07.Good News - David Morgan

08.Transformation - Miles Goodman

09.Boof - Miles Goodman

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City Heat (1984)

City Heat is the Title of a 1984 action-comedy starring Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds.

City Heat was released in North America in December 1984. The pairing of Eastwood and Reynolds in a Prohibition-era action-comedy seemed to give the movie the potential to be a hit. Unfortunately, the movie bombed, taking in only $38,300,000 at the box office. Making the movie as an action film without any comedy at all may have helped it to be a bigger hit.

Controversy over Reynolds's health started when he was hit in the face with a metal chair during the filming of a fight scene. His jaw was broken and he was restricted to a liquid diet, causing him to lose over 30 pounds by the time filming wrapped. His condition made headlines in the tabloids, who suspected he had AIDS.


01.Million Dollar Baby (Vocals:Al Jarreau)

02.A Rainy Night

03.Montage Blues

04.Between The Devil And The Deep Blue See (Vocals:Eloise Laws)

05.Murf´s Turf

06.Dinner Fight

07.Get Happy (Vocals:Irene Cara)

08.Embracable You (Vocals:Irene Cara)

09.A Cold Night

10.Tap Your Feet

11.Speer Head

12.Have A Good One

13.Lieutenant´s Stealthy

14.City Heat (Vocals:Joe Williams)

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Hawks (1988)

Hawks is a 1988 British comedy film about two terminally ill patients: an English lawyer named Bancroft (Timothy Dalton) and a young American football player (Anthony Edwards), who decide to sneak out of their hospital rooms and live life to its fullest for whatever time they have left. Their goal: to reach a famous brothel in Amsterdam. Along the way, thy encounter various characters including a pair of misfit British women (played by Camille Coduri and Janet McTeer).

The film intentionally stays away from giving any specific details regarding the two men's illness, though it is presumed they have some form of cancer. It was filmed on location in London's Charing Cross Hospital and in the Netherlands.

The film was based on a short story written by Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees and David English, and the screenplay was written by Roy Clarke. The musical score was composed by Gibb.

The film is often regarded as the most overlooked and underrated in Timothy Dalton's career.


01.System Of Love

02.Childhood Days

03.My Eternal Love

04.Moonlight Madness

05.Where Tomorrow is

06.Celebration De La Vie

07.Chain Reaction (Vocals:Diana Ross)

08.Cover You

09.Not In Love At All

10.Letting Go

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Mittwoch, 11. April 2007

Robocop (1987)

Robocop is a 1987 science fiction action movie and satire of business-driven capitalism, directed by Paul Verhoeven. It spawned two sequels, several comic books, multiple video games, two animated series, dozens of action figures and two television series, all featuring a cyborg police officer. The film was produced by Orion Pictures.

The film is set in a dystopian near future, in Detroit, Michigan. Violent crime is out of control, and the city is in financial ruin. The city contracts the megacorporation Omni Consumer Products (OCP) to fund and operate the police department, in effect privatizing it. OCP is not interested in rebuilding "Old Detroit" but with replacing it with a modern utopia called "Delta City". Before this large construction project can begin, OCP wishes to end crime in the city, and creates a superhuman law-enforcement agent known as RoboCop.


01.Main Title

02.Van Chase

03.Murphy´s Death

04.Rock Shop


06.Robo vs. ED-209

07.The Dream

08.Across The Board


10.Clarance Frags Bob

11.Drive To Jones´Office

12.We Kill You

13.Directive IV

14.Robo Tips His Head


16.End Credits

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Empire Of The Sun (1987)

Empire Of The Sun is a 1987 English language film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Christian Bale, John Malkovich, and Miranda Richardson. It is based on the novel of the same name by J.G. Ballard; the film's screenplay being adapted by Tom Stoppard and Menno Meyjes. The film was critically acclaimed, being nominated for six Oscars and winning three BAFTAs (for Cinematography, Music and Sound).

Bale received a special citation for Best Performance by a Juvenile Actor from the National Board of Review — an award specially created for his performance in Empire of the Sun.


01.Suo Gan - The Ambrosian Junior Choir

02.Cadillac Of The Skies

03.Jim´s New Life

04.Lost In The Crowd

05.The Return To The City

06.Liberation:Exultate Justi

07.The British Grenadiers

08.Toy Planes,Home And Earth

09.The Streets Of Shanghai

10.The Pheasant Hunt

11.No Road Home / Seeing The Bomb

12.Exultate Justi

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The Serpent & The Rainbow (1988)

The Serpent and the Rainbow is a 1988 American horror film, directed by Wes Craven and starring Bill Pullman.

The film takes its title from a non-fiction book by ethnobotanist Wade Davis, dealing with his experiences in Haiti as he investigates the voodoo based phenomenon of zombiefication.

David Allen, an ethnobotanist/anthropologist from Harvard University, narrowly escapes the Amazon Jungle at the beginning and returns to Boston. Word of his exploits get around and he is approached by a large pharmaceutical corporation looking to investigate a drug that is part of the Voodoo religion in Haiti that they want to acquire in order to mass produce. They send him to Haiti to find out about the drug, but he winds up learning more about zombification instead. In essence, the drug is an alternate and less dangerous method of anesthesia.

When Allen arrives in Haiti the country is in the middle of a revolution of sorts. The government is taking anyone prisoner who they think is against the current political powers. He eventually meets another doctor who helps him research and investigate the so-called zombies. What he finds is the evil that lurks behind the Voodoo religion and the destruction it can cause to the human mind.


01.Main Title


03.Battle For Souls


05.Love Scene

06.Dennis Powered



09.Leaving Haiti

10.Jungle Vision

11.Out Of The Jungle

12.Powder Making

13.Back To Haiti


15.Question Montage

16.Dragged Into Office

17.Dennis Dumped

18.End Credits

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Freitag, 30. März 2007

Frances (1982)

Frances is a 1982 Universal motion picture starring Jessica Lange, Kim Stanley, Sam Shepard. When it was released this film was advertised as a purportedly true account of actress Frances Farmer's life but the script was largely fictional and sensationalized.

Directed by Graeme Clifford, the story was written for the screen by Eric Bergren, Christopher De Vore and Nicholas Kazan (son of Elia Kazan, who worked with the real Frances Farmer in several plays), based upon William Arnold's Shadowland, a fictional biography of Farmer. In pre-production the producers reneged on their option to use the book as source material. Arnold filed an unsuccessful copyright infringement lawsuit and many of his fictional elements were incorporated into the final film. On the commentary of the latest DVD release, director Clifford stated, "We didn't want to nickel and dime people to death with facts." It was produced by Jonathan Sanger and Mel Brooks.

Frances was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Jessica Lange) and Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Kim Stanley).


01.Main Title

02.Meeting Harry


04.Late To Work


06.Frances And Doc


08.Ok Dad;Mother Shut Up!

09.Sonata In A Major,K.331

10.Bug House

11.Free At Last

12.Home Again;Things Are Going To Be Slow From Now On

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Down And Out In Beverly Hills (1986)

Down and Out in Beverly Hills is a 1986 American comedy film, based on the French play Boudu sauvé des eaux, which had previously been adapted on film in 1932 by Jean Renoir. Down and Out in Bevery Hills was directed by Paul Mazursky, and starred Nick Nolte, Bette Midler and Richard Dreyfuss. The film is about a rich but dysfunctional couple who save the life of a suicidal bum. Flamboyant musician Little Richard also makes an appearance, and contributed the song "Great Gosh a'Mighty" to the soundtrack. The song's success led to a revitalization of his career.

Released by Touchstone Pictures, a subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company, Down and Out in Beverly Hills has the distinction of being the first R-rated film ever released by Disney. The R rating is due to profanity as well as a brief scene showing a topless woman having sex, another first for Disney. However, countless R-rated films have since received distribution by the Disney Company, under subsidiaries such as Touchstone, Miramax Films and Hollywood Pictures. Walt Disney Pictures, the flagship family-oriented brand, has yet to release a film with a rating stronger than PG-13.


01.Great Gosh A Mighty - Little Richard

02.California Girls - David Lee Roth

03.El Tecaliteco - The Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitla

04.I Love L.A. - Randy Newman

05.Tutti Frutti - Little Richard

06.Down And Out In Beverly Hills Theme - Andy Summers

07.Search For Kerouac - Andy Summers

08.Nouvelle Cuisine - Andy Summers

09.Wave Hands Like Clouds - Andy Summers

10.The Mission Blues - Andy Summers

11.Jerry´s Suicide Attempt - Andy Summers

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The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)

The Philadelphia Experiment is a 1984 science fiction film. It was directed by Stewart Raffill and starred Michael Paré, Bobby Di Cicco, Nancy Allen, and Eric Christmas.

The plot is based on the urban legend of the Philadelphia Experiment. In 1943, two sailors, David Herdeg (Paré) and Jim Parker (Di Cicco), are stationed on a ship in an experiment to make it invisible. However, the experiment goes horribly wrong and Herdeg and Parker are the only two survivors. They both undergo time travel (because of the experiment) and find themselves in the Nevada desert in the year 1984.

A sequel called Philadelphia Experiment II, featuring a different cast and crew, and a parallel storyline, was released in 1993 to little acclaim. It starred Brad Johnson as David Herdeg and Gerrit Graham as the stealthy villain who meets an untimely end.


01.Main Title

02.The Experiment Begins / Time Slip

03.The "Eldridge" Remains

04.David Confront His Past

05.The Vortex Sucks / David´s Escape

06.A Tender Moment

07.The Doctor Reflects

08.The Chase

09.Fugitives In Love

10.Storming The Compound

11.David´s Father

12.David´s Decision / Fate Of The Vortex

13.David´s Choice / End Title

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Mittwoch, 21. März 2007

Night Shift (1982)

Night Shift is a 1982 comedy film, one of Ron Howard's earliest directorial efforts. It stars Howard's Happy Days co-star Henry Winkler and Michael Keaton in his film debut. Also appearing are Shelley Long, Richard Belzer, and (as usual for Ron Howard films) Clint Howard.
Chuck (Winkler), formerly a successful stockbroker, has found a refuge from the ulcer-inducing Wall Street rat race in his job as an attendant at the New York City morgue. His displeasure at being "promoted" to night shift supervisor to make room for his boss's nephew is exacerbated by the irrational exuberance of Bill "Blaze" Blazejowski (Keaton), his new coworker. However, both men are inspired by the plight of Chuck's neighbor, Belinda (Long), to apply Chuck's M.B.A. education and Bill's entrepreneurial spirit to open a call girl service with headquarters at the morgue.

01.Night Shift - Quarterflash
02.Street Talk - Burt Bacharach
03.Girls Know How - Al Jarreau
04.The Love To Good To Last - Pointer Sisters
05.That´s What Friends Are For - Rod Stewart
06.Someday,Someway - Marshall Crenshaw
07.Penthouse And Pavement - Heaven 17
08.Talk Talk - Talk Talk
09.Everlasting Love - Rufus And Chaka Khan
10.That´s What Friends Are For (Instrumental) - Burt Bacharach

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The Last Starfighter (1984)

The Last Starfighter is a 1984 science fiction adventure film. There was a subsequent novelization of the movie that year by Alan Dean Foster, as well as a video game based on the production. In 2004, it was also adapted as an off-Broadway musical. The movie was directed by Nick Castle and was marketed with the tagline "He didn't find his dreams... his dreams found him.".

The film made early use of extensive computer graphics to depict real objects in place of physical models.

The Last Starfighter was the last film role of character actor Robert Preston before his death. The character of "Centauri" was a 'lovable-con-man' nod to his most famous role as Professor Harold Hill in The Music Man.[citation needed]

The film's premise was based on the well-known urban myth that video arcade games were in fact military recruitment tests for fighters.


01.Main Title

02.Alex Dreams

03.Centauri Into Space


05.Centauri Dies

06.Target Practice

07.Alex´s First Test

08.Beta´s Sacrifice

09.Death Blossom/Ultimate Weapon

10.Big Victory March/Alex Returns

11.Into The Starscape

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Under Fire (1983)

Under Fire is a political film set in 1979, during the last days of the Somoza regime in Nicaragua. The story is fictional, but was inspired by actual events. The musical score by Jerry Goldsmith, which featured well-known jazz guitarist Pat Metheny, was nominated for an Academy Award.

01.Baja Fuego
03.House Of Hammocks
05.19 De Julio
07.A New Love
09.Alex´s Theme
10.Fall Of Managua
11.Rafael´s Theme

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Donnerstag, 15. März 2007

Heavy Metal (1981)

Heavy Metal is a 1981 Canadian animated film from executive producer Leonard Mogel, who also was the publisher of Heavy Metal magazine. With Ivan Reitman producing and Gerald Potterton directing, the work flow was expedited by having several animation houses working simultaneously on different segments.

The film is an anthology of various adult-oriented science fiction and fantasy stories adapted from Heavy Metal magazine and original stories in the same spirit. Like the magazine, the film has an unusual amount of bloody violence, nudity and sexuality for a Canadian animated film for the time, thus predating the present day popularity of adult-oriented Japanese anime in the United States.[citation needed]

Mogel planned another film to be promoted under his "Heavy Metal Presents" banner, and Scott Roberts did extensive work scripting an adaptation of William Gibson's short story "Burning Chrome", writing a total of six screenplay revisions. However, this project, planned as a live-action film, was eventually sold by Mogel to Carolco, and the film was never made. Mogel had a meeting with director Luc Besson, since he wanted Besson to direct Burning Chrome.

In 2000 a sequel entitled Heavy Metal 2000 (aka Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.²) was released.


01.Heavy Metal - Sammy Hagar

02.Heartbeat - Riggs

03.Working In The Coal Mine - Devo

04.Veteran Of The Psychic Wars - Blue Oyster Cult

05.Reach Out - Cheap Trick

06.Heavy Metal (Takin´A Ride) - Don Felder

07.True Companion - Donald Fagan

08.Crazy (A Suitable Case For Treatment) - Nazareth

09.Radar Rider - Riggs

10.Open Arms - Journey

11.Queen Bee - Grand Funk Railroad

12.I Must Be Dreamin´- Cheap Trick

13.The Mob Rules - Black Sabbath

14.All Of You - Don Felder

15.Prefabricated - Trust

16.Blue Lamp - Stevie Nicks

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Iron Eagle II (1988)

ron Eagle II is a 1988 action film about a joint United States/Soviet task force formed to counter the threat of an unnamed Middle Eastern country. The task force is led by US Air Force Colonel (briefly promoted to Brigadier General during the film) Charles 'Chappy' Sinclair (Louis Gossett, Jr.). The Middle Eastern country is threatening both superpowers with nuclear ICBMs. As the task force attempts to accomplish its goals, it must overcome political sabotage as well as cultural and personal grudges.

Iron Eagle II is the sequel to the 1986 film Iron Eagle and itself was followed by two sequels: Aces: Iron Eagle III and Iron Eagle IV.


01.Chasing The Angels - Mike Reno

02.Gimme Some Lovin´- Insiders

03.If You Were My Girl - Henry Lee Summer

04.Burning My Heart Down - FM/UK

05.I Need You - Rick Springfield

06.I Got A Line On You - Alice Cooper

07.Tomcat Prowl - Doug And The Slugs

08.Livin´On The Edge - Britny Fox

09.Take These Chains - Sweet Obsession

10.Enemies Like You And Me - Ruth Pointer And Billy Vera

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Iron Eagle (1986)

Iron Eagle is a 1986 action film about a teenage boy named Doug Masters (Jason Gedrick) who steals an American F-16 fighter jet to rescue his father (Tim Thomerson), a prisoner of war being held in an unidentified rogue Middle Eastern country. The film also stars Academy Award winner Louis Gossett, Jr. as Col. Charles 'Chappy' Sinclair and features the hit songs "One Vision" and "We're Not Gonna Take It" as part of its soundtrack.

Iron Eagle was released in the same year as another popular aviation-based action film, Top Gun, thus forcing a shift in release dates as to avoid competition at the box office with each other. The film was followed by three sequels: Iron Eagle II. Aces: Iron Eagle III and Iron Eagle IV.


01.One Vision - Queen

02.Iron Eagle (Never Say Die) - King Kobra

03.These Are The Good Times - Eric Martin

04.Maniac House - Katrina & The Waves

05.Intense - George Clinton

06.Hide In The Rainbow - Dio

07.It´s Too Late - Helix

08.Road Of The Gypsy - Adrenalin

09.Love Can Make You Cry - Urgent

10.This Raging Fire - The Jon Butcher Axxis

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Mittwoch, 7. März 2007

La Bamba (1987)

La Bamba is a 1987 movie based on the real life events that affected the lives of rock star Ritchie Valens, his half-brother Bob Morales, his girlfriend Donna Ludwig and the rest of their families.

It also documents how Valens witnessed an air collision when he was young and was fearful of airplanes since then.[1]

Tagline: Born to poverty. Destined for stardom. He lived the American Dream.

The movie follows Ricardo Valenzuela (Lou Diamond Phillips), a normal teenaged boy who becomes singing super-star Ritchie Valens. It depicts how he met and fell in love with Donna Ludwig, for whom he wrote a song that became a number one hit. The movie also has several subplots, such as his relationship with his mother (Rosanna DeSoto) and half-brother Bob Morales (Esai Morales), and how his brother felt that their mother favors Ritchie.

In one scene, Bob won an important art contest that helps promising cartoonists, only to throw away his prize because, in his mind, his mother doesn't seem to care enough. Bob resorts to drinking heavily and, at one point, leads him to end up crying in front of his mother's door yelling "I want to see my daughter!" in reference to the child he sired with Ritchie's ex-girlfriend, Rosie (Elizabeth Peña).

The film also focuses on Richie's fear of flying, and a recurring dream he has due to a plane crash that killed his friend when he was younger. Eventually, he must conquer his fear when asked to perform his song "Donna" on American Bandstand. His manager Bob Keane (Joe Pantoliano) helps him by giving him a little vodka to calm his nerves during the flight.

As Valens becomes famous, his responsibilities change. He has to go on tour with Buddy Holly and The Big Bopper after his hits "La Bamba" and "Donna" reach the top of the Billboard charts.

However, every time they get a chance, Ritchie and Bob sneak out and have fun by going to carnivals. They also take a road trip to Tijuana.

The movie ends with Valens, Holly, and The Bopper taking off in an airplane under a snow storm for their fateful flight.

As Bob is fixing a car he listens to the news that his brother's plane crashed without any survivors. Bob darts out of his driveway in an attempt to get to his mother before she hears the bad news through the radio. The news hits the whole Valenzuela family very hard. in the final scene we see Bob walking over a bridge and screaming the name of Ritchie, remembering all the good times they had together (in flashback).

Ritchie Valens was only seventeen years old when he passed, eight months after he signed to Del-Fi Records and produced three songs that hit the Billboard 100. As the credits roll we see Lou Diamond Phillips performing Valens' version of "La Bamba."


01.La Bamba - Los Lobos

02.Come On,Let´s Go - Los Lobos

03.Ooh! My Head - Los Lobos

04.We Belong Together - Los Lobos

05.Framed - Los Lobos

06.Donna - Los Lobos

07.Lonely Teardrops - Howard Huntsberry

08.Crying,Waiting,Hoping - Marshall Crenshaw

09.Summertime Blues - Brian Setzer

10.Who Do You Love - Bo Diddley

11.Charlena - Los Lobos

12.Goodnight My Love - Los Lobos

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