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Cast (feature film)

2.
Creation (2009)
A world-renowned scientist, and a dedicated family man struggling to accept his daughter's death, Charles Darwin is torn between his love for his deeply religious wife and his own growing belief in a world where God has no place. He finds himself caught in a battle between faith and reason, love and
3.
Dean Spanley (2008)
Set in Edwardian England, an Englishman seems to love his dog more than his adult son until father and son take off on a strange journey.
4.
Invasion, The (2007)
The mysterious crash of the space shuttle leads to the terrifying discovery that there is something alien within the wreckage. Those who come in contact with it are changing in ominous and inexplicable ways. Soon Washington, DC psychiatrist Carol Bennell and her friend, Dr. Ben Driscoll, learn the shocking truth about the growing extraterrestrial epidemic: it attacks its victims while they sleep, leaving them physically unchanged but strangely unfeeling and inhuman. As the infection spreads, more and more people are altered and it becomes impossible to know who can be trusted. Now Carol''s only hope is to stay awake long enough to find her young son, who may hold the key to stopping the devastating invasion.
5.
Guy X (2005)
Set in 1979 as Ronald Reagan is gearing up his presidential campaign and the Cold War, an American soldier is transferred by clerical error to the Arctic and unable to escape because he no longer officially exists.
6.
Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story (2005)
A proper English gentleman, Tristram Shandy strides home from his ancestral home, Shandy Hall, to introduce himself. Tristram launches into his life story at the beginning: with his birth. He is soon distracted by the sight of his Uncle Toby and his friend Corporal Trim at work on their scale model
7.
Checkmate (2005)
Psychological thriller that depicts the lives of the members of the Lazarov family and their dark secrets.
8.
Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius (2004) as Walter Hagen
Before Tiger Woods, before Jack Nicklaus, before professional sports became the behemoth industry that it is today, there shined one of the most gifted natural athletes the world has ever known: a man whose extraordinary talent and will to win earned him the Grand Slam of golf--a record he still holds to this day--and universal recognition as one of the greatest golfers in history. A reluctant hero, his grace and charm made him one of the popular figures of his day. His name was Bobby Jones, and his tale is the inspiring story of an extraordinary man struggling to find balance in his life. As a boy, his competitive zeal and mastery of the sport propelled him into the national spotlight drawing huge, even boisterous, crowds to the tournaments he played. But his fiery temper and pressure from family, friends, fans, and press turned his fun into toil. His fierce ambition collided with his personal integrity, and he faced the reality that the hopes, dreams and fortunes of the people he loved the most were being sacrificed for his career. Under this unbearable burden his heroic nature became clear. Completing degrees in mechanical engineering, English literature and law, he then fell in love with Mary Malone, and started a family, all the while planning an exit from the competitive world of golf, with hopes of returning to playing it for fun again, as he did as a boy. In the modern world, where the pure in spirit are hard to find, this is the story of a man who, in spite of his flaws, strove to be the best he could be. He was a great champion because he was the best at his game, but he was a hero because he realized there was something far more important in life than winning golf tournaments. In one of the most ironic twists of fate, Jones is crippled later in life with a degenerative back disorder, syringomyelia. True to his character, he never complained but stated simply that one must "play the ball as it lies." His living legacy is the Masters Golf Tournament played
9.
Statement, The (2003) as Colonel Roux
Set in modern day France, the story of Pierre Brossard who, as a young man, was a Nazi executioner under the Vichy regime. Brossard has never been brought to trial and has lived a peaceful and anonymous life, sheltered by right-wing elements within the Catholic Church. A new investigation into his c
10.
Singing Detective, The (2003) as Mark Binney
Dan Dark gives new meaning to the term "scars of childhood." A hack writer of detective stories, he has suffered from psoriatic arthropathy, a crippling disease of the skin and bones, from the time he was eight-years-old. His latest and worst outbreak has landed him in the hospital where he deliriou
11.
Possession (2002) as Randolph Henry Ash
Roland Michell is an upstart American scholar in London on a fellowship to study the great Randolph Henry Ash. Ash is best known for the rapturous poems he dedicated to his wife, and is currently the subject of a major exhibition. Maud Bailey is a brilliant, by-the-book academic, researching the lif
12.
Martin and Lewis (2002) as Dean Martin
A biopic which explores the unlikely pairing of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in the 1950's, their rise to success as a partnership and ultimately their parting of ways, due to personal and creative differences which emerged amidst outrageous fame and fortune.
13.
Gosford Park (2001) as Ivor Novello
It is November 1932. Gosford Park is the magnificent country estate to which Sir William McCordle and his wife, Lady Sylvia, gather relations and friends for a weekend shooting party. They have invited an eclectic group including a countess, a World War I hero, the British matinee idol Ivor Novello
14.
Enigma (2001) as Wigram
In March 1943, cryptoanalysts at Bletchley Park, Britian's top code-breaking center, are facing their worst nightmare: Nazi U-boats have unexpectedly changed the code by which they communicate with each other and German High Command. An Allied merchant shipping convoy with 10,000 passengers and vita
15.
Golden Bowl, The (2000) as Prince Amerigo
Set in the opulent social scene of England and Italy between 1903 and 1909, the story of two marriages dangerously intertwined in a web of secrets and lies. Adam Verner, an American billionaire art collector, and his sheltered daughter Maggie marry, only to discover that their respective spouses--th
16.
Ideal Husband, An (1999) as Sir Robert
In a moment of youthful indiscretion, Sir Robert Chiltern provided an Austrian baron with secret Foreign Office information. As payment he received the money that became the basis of his fortune and of his splendid, otherwise unimpeachable government career. Years later, he is blackmailed by a myste
17.
Winslow Boy, The (1999) as Sir Robert Morton
Based on the real-life story of a young naval cadet who is accused of stealing a five shilling postal order. Convinced of the boy's innocence, the Winslow family persuade the country's leading lawyer, Sir Robert Morton to take on the defense. As the case proceeds, it challenges many long-accepted le
18.
Gloria (1999) as Kevin
A former gun-moll becomes the reluctant guardian of a young boy who has become the target of a mob hit after witnessing the murder of his parents. Gloria has just been released from a prison term served to protect her ex-lover, but when she returns to New York she discovers that boyfriend Kevin does
19.
Happy, Texas (1999) as Harry Sawyer
A comedy about two escaped convicts who get caught up in a small-town "Little Miss Fresh Squeezed" pageant by pretending that they are famous gay directors. Wayne and Harry fall into the pretense accidentally, but soon find it a perfect cover. While Wayne becomes a success at coaching the little gir
20.
Tribe, The (1998) as Jamie
A real estate developer is sent to evict a group of young hedonists from a house that is owned by the real estate company, but ends up getting seduced into their ultra-chic, psychedelic, free-love tribe instead.
21.
Misadventures of Margaret, The (1998) as Edward Nathan
A woman achieves fame with a tawdry novel and then begins work on her new book -- an adaptation of an 18th-century erotic diary. In the process, she begins to question her 10-year marriage to a college lecturer.
22.
Amistad (1997) as Judge Coglin
Africans on a slave ship headed to the U.S. mutiny against their captors.
23.
Village Affair, A (1997)
Alice and Martin are a middle class couple who move to a dream house in a small country village. Martin takes a fancy to Clodagh, the daughter of their neighbors, but Clodagh is only interested in Alice. While Clodagh is wild and confident, Alice is shy, putting her family's needs before her own. Bu
24.
Mimic (1997) as Dr Peter Mann
Three years ago, two young scientists teamed up to save New York City from an roach-borne epidemic that was killing thousands of children. Their miracle of genetic engineering was the Judas Breed, an insect whose enzimes proved deadly to the disease-carrying roaches. However, their creation has come back to haunt them, altering the balance of nature and tipping the scales in favor of the insects. The thing created in the lab has changed, and now, out there in the city it has begun to mimic the most dangerous predator of all---humans.
25.
Emma (1996) as Mr Knightly
A young woman tries to match up her acquaintances but can''''t cope with her own love life.
26.
Voices From a Locked Room (1995) as Peter Warlock/Philip Heseltine
The true story of reclusive British composer Peter Warlock who is mercilessly panned by haughty London Journal theatre critic Philip Heseltine, who accuses the rising young composer of stealing his ideas from others. Heseltine later becomes involved with an American chanteuse who, in her attempts to
27.
Net, The (1995) as Jack Devlin
As a favor to her colleague, Dale Hessman, freelance computer analyst Angela Bennett conducts a preliminary analysis of a puzzling "beta" prototype of a new Internet program that peculiarly allows the user access to such highly sensitive databases as the Federal Reserve Board, the IRS, and the Atomic Energy Commission. After Dale is mysteriously killed in a plane crash, Angela travels to Mexico for a long-delayed vacation. She meets Jack Devlin, a charming young businessman who seems to share her outlook on the world. But shortly thereafter, Angela is nearly killed and her keys, passport, and all identification papers are lost. She soon learns that using the Internet, someone has altered every record of her life and given her a new name, identity, and a falsified police record. With little money, no identification and no credibility, Angela must summon the strength and resources to fight the seemingly unbeatable forces determined to silence her.
28.
Carrington (1995) as Beacus Penrose
Painter Dora Carrington caught the fancy of Lytton Strachey, the well known London literary critic and biographer, the first time he saw her. There was one snag: the homosexual writer thought she was a boy. So begins one of the most convoluted and unconventional love stories of the Bloomsbury era--a
29.
Soft Top, Hard Shoulder (1993)
In order to inherit his share of the family ice-cream empire, Gavin Bellini travel from London to Glasgow in time for his father's 60th birthday party. Along the way, he learns some lessons about life from an array of eccentric characters.
30.
Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights (1992) as Hindley
Emily Bronte''s timeless tale of two families and the doomed love that entwines them.

Cast (special)

31.
Piece of Cake (1990) as "Fitz" Fitzgerald
A six-part series chronicling the adventures of a Royal Air Force squadron during the first year of World War II.
32.
Suspicion (1988)
An "American Playhouse" remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1941 thriller about a woman who thinks her husband is trying to kill her.

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