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1.
28 Days (2000)
Gwen Cummings is a successful New York writer living life in the fast lane and everyone's favorite party girl. She shares this roller-coaster lifestyle of hopping from dance club to bar to hangover with boyfriend Jasper--handsome, magnetic and equally attracted to life on the wild side. Life is just an execise in debauchery--until Gwen's ungraceful display at her sister Lily's wedding, when she gets drunk, commandeers the limo and earns herself a DUI and 28-days in court ordered rehab. There Gwen comes face to face with a unique set of rules (like no cell phones) and rituals (like chanting) embraced by an assortment of fascinating fellow re-habbers. A jaded city-girl to the core, Gwen is determined not to conform. Then she meets Counselor Cornell, who begins to break through her carefully constructed defenses and force her to take a closer look herself Ultimately, through the companionship of her group as well as a devastating loss, Gwen gradually begins the long struggle to take back her life.
2.
Green Mile, The (1999)
A story told in flashback and narrarted by Paul Edgecomb, now living in an old-age home six decades after working as the head guard on Death Row at a Southen Prison named Cold Mountain Penitentiary. Travelling back to 1935, during the Great Depression, the former prison guard, Edgecomb, reflects on how he developed a poignant, unusual relationship with this one inmate, sentenced to Death Row, who may be innocent. The inmate, John Coffey, is an African-American man--convicted of the rape and murder of a pair of 9-year-old sisters--who awaits his death in this harsh prison. Coffey has strange powers, both mysterious and miraculous; and the creepy characters in the prison have their own views of his gifts... and of God's.
3.
Perfect Crime (1997)
Based on a true story, telefilm depicts how the investigation into the disappearance of Captain Shirley Gibbs Russell led to the landmark 1991 murder conviction of her husband Robert Russell. The story is told from the perspective of Joanne Jensen, a Naval Criminal Investigation Service civilian att
4.
Stepford Husbands, The (1996)
In this sequel to the 1975 theatrical film "The Stepford Wives," a group of women in Stepford, Connecticut, are seeking to create the perfect husbands (a reversal of the plot in the film). Men are sent to The Stepford Institute for Human Behavior to "cure" their problems. One couple is duped into th
5.
To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday (1996)
Laboy Day weekend on Nantucket Island marks a family reunion for David Lewis and his teenage daughter, Rachel along with his sister-in-law Esther and brother-in-law Paul. It also marks the anniversary of David's wife Gillian's death. She died in a boating accident on her birthday two years ago. To David, it could have been yesterday. Hoping to help David overcome his grief, Paul and Esther bring an attractive single woman with them to the island. But he's not over Gillian. In fact, David is completely in love with her. It's as though the strength of his devotion just might bring her back. As the family celebrates the weekend with the traditional karaoke singing and a sand castle competition, relationships are re-examined and truths are revealed. When David discovers that his obsession with his late wife has damaged his precious relationship with Rachel, he realizes he must do everything in his power to regain his daughter's love--even if it means letting go of Gillian.
6.
The Hudsucker Proxy (1994)
A corrupt executive tries to control his company by appointing a small-town boob to replace the president.
7.
Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story, A (1994)
Life of Margaret Mitchell, Pulitzer-Prize-winning author of "Gone With the Wind."
8.
Chasers (1994)
Two Navy military policemen escort a feisty and beautiful female prisoner across the country.
9.
Nell (1994)
A young woman who has been raised in an isolated cabin by her reclusive mother is discovered by a doctor and a psychologist who must decide whether or not to integrate her into contemporary society.
10.
Amos & Andrew (1993)
A well-to-do blackman moves into a white neighborhood, only to be harasssed and accused of prowling.
11.
29th Street (1991)
Set in New York City in the 1950s-60s, a young man wins a bundle in the lottery and tries to get his father out of debt with loan sharks.
12.
Loose Cannons (1990)
The adventures of a veteran policeman and the young, off-beat detective he's partnered with.
13.
Betsy's Wedding (1990)
The father of a bride faces a serious dilemma when problems with his construction business threaten his daughter's wedding.
14.
Little Monsters (1989)
Just like in his dreams, a young boy discovers monsters living under his bed.
15.
Winter People (1989)
Romantic drama about a passionate affair between two Blue Mountain locals which shakes up the whole community.
16.
Hiding Out (1987)
After a 29-year-old bond trader testifies against a mob boss in court, his life is in danger. In order to hide from the mob, he conceals his identity and manages to pass as a 17-year-old student. He finds that life as a teenager has changed since he attended high school, but is adjusting well...until the gangsters see through his disguise and come to the school to kill him.
17.
From The Hip (1987)
After winning a 'no contest' case through outrageous courtroom tactics, lawyer Judd Nelson quickly discovers his next client, a murderer (John Hurt), will be a hard sell.
18.
Weeds (1987)
A group of San Quentin paroles struggle with their production of a play they performed in prison.

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