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Mad at the Moon(1992)
Director Martin Donovan (real name Carlos Enrique Varela y Peralta-Ramos) directed this beautifully photographed western/horror amalgam. The story takes places in the American West in 1892. Jenny Hill (Mary Stuart Masterson) longs for the love of the local rough-and-tumble outlaw James Miller (Steph...
Mafia!(1998)
Satirist Jim Arahams returned with this comedy spoofing the Godfather trilogy, and other films and TV, including Jurassic Park, Lord of the Dance, and Barney. The opening emulates a Saul Bass sequence with Anthony Cortino (Jay Mohr) in a flight amid flames much like Robert De Niro in the Casino cred...
Mistress(1992)
Successful character actor Barry Primus spent seven years trying to get financing for his feature debut as a writer-director, Mistress. In the film, a once-promising writer-director, Marvin Landisman (Robert Wuhl), who now directs instructional videos, is sitting home one night, watching his own pri...
National Lampoon's Dad's Week Off(1997)
In this slapstick outing a small heart attack leads a doctor to prescribe rest and relaxation to the afflicted salesman. Unfortunately, the vendor's peaceful plans are destroyed when his well-meaning but inept friend comes to call. — Sandra Brennan Henry Winkler Olivia D'Abo Richa...
National Lampoon's Favorite Deadly Sins(1995)
Caustic chain-smoking comedian Denis Leary helms this boffo comedy about lust, greed, and anger. Low-brow poster boy Andrew Dice Clay stars as The Thing That Wouldn't Die. — Jonathan Crow Joe Mantegna Annabella Sciorra Denis Leary Andrew Dice Clay - The Thing That Wouldn't D...
National Lampoon's Last Resort(1994)
Inasmuch as National Lampoon magazine was on its last legs in 1994, the title National Lampoon's Last Resort was all too prophetic. The film takes place at, yes, a summer resort, which is threatened with extinction by (in unison, please) Evil Land Developers. Can the Corey boys — Haim and Feldman Â...
National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1(1993)
The Lethal Weapon series and the rest of the buddy-cop genre receives the parody treatment in this low-brow comedy. Emilio Estevez stars as Jack Colt, the Mel Gibson-like loose cannon, while Samuel L. Jackson assumes the Danny Glover role as Wes Luger, his exasperated partner. Together, Colt and Lug...
National Lampoon's The Don's Analyst(1997)
After his large family's turmoil nearly drives a Mafia don over the edge, he decides to visit a psychoanalyst. As this is a National Lampoon production, it doesn't take long for things to comically go from bad to worse for the poor crook. — Sandra Brennan Joseph Bologna Robert Loggia...
No Place to Hide(1993)
In this gory thriller, a troubled dancer has just enough time to convince her little sister to hide a videotape before she is stabbed to death by an unseen killer, leaving the surviving sister in grave danger. Fortunately, a cynical but determined cop comes on the case to help her. — Sandra Bren...
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