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1.
16 Blocks (2006)
All he wanted to do was go home and get a drink. But at 8:02 a.m., hungover NYPD detective Jack Mosley is assigned a seemingly simple task. Petty criminal Eddie Bunker is set to testify before a grand jury at 10:00 a.m. and needs to be taken from lock-up to the courthouse, 16 blocks away. Broken down, out of shape, with a bad leg and a serious drinking problem, Jack's role on the force is simple--clock in, clock out and stay out of trouble in between. He's in no mood to deal with a punk who's been in and out of jail for more than half his life. But beneath the punk in Eddie lies a man committed to turning his life around and constantly searching for "signs" that will lead him to a brighter future. In Eddie Jack sees only a pathetic rat who was offered a sweet deal. When Jack shoves Eddie into the back of his car and pulls out into the morning New York city rush hour, he doesn't notice the van looming behind them. His head throbbing, and Eddie's flair for conversation only making it worse, Jack stops off at the local liquor store to pick up some breakfast. As Eddie waits inside the locked car, fuming at getting stuck with Jack as his escort, he's suddenly faced with a much bigger problem--a loaded gun pointed at his head. Jack emerges just in time to prevent Eddie's execution, killing one assassin and narrowly escaping a second. When Jack calls for backup, homicide detective Frank Nugent and his team are first to arrive at the scene. Eddie suddenly goes pale--one of the detectives on Nugent's team is the man he is supposed to testify against. In an instant, Jack's quickie trip downtown turns into the nightmare of a lifetime: the criminals that want Eddie dead are actually cops. There's a history between Jack and Nugent--a dark history that Jack has been desperately trying to forget. And as Nugent is quick to point out to his old friend, Eddie's testimony threatens to bring them all down. Nugent offers to stage a mock hostage situation in which Eddie is kill
2.
Dawn of the Dead (2004) as Set Dresser
An unexplained plague has decimated the world's population--and yet, the dead aren't dying. They've become zombies, stalking endlessly in a quest to feed on the flesh and blood of the few remaining living. A ragtag group of desperate survivors in a Wisconsin town seek refuge in a large indoor mall,
3.
Conspiracy of Fear, The (1996)
After his father's "accidental" death, a book-smart college student becomes a sinister assassin's next target. After an accidental encounter teams him with a resourceful young woman, he goes on the run and unravels a conspiracy that threatens America's safety.
4.
Kurt Vonnegut's Harrison Bergeron (1995)
Television movie based on a satirical short story by Kurt Vonnegut. Set in the society of 2053, the telefilm chronicles a young man's first love and his fight to return to the right of free thought in a society of automatons and national mediocrity.

Film Production - Construction/Set (feature film)

5.
Saw VI (2009)
Detective Hoffman has emerged as the successor to Jigsaw's legacy. However, when the FBI draws closer to Hoffman, he is forced to set a game into motion, and Jigsaw's grand scheme is finally understood.
6.
Hitched (2001)
Ted and Eve are newlyweds who have recently purchased a new home, complete with a hidden downstairs "speak easy." Ted works long hours as a luggage salesman, and Eve grows tired of her husband's absences. One night, Eve not only learns that Ted, accompanied by another woman, has been in a car accide
7.
Chippendales Murder, The (2000)
The life story of the rise and fall of Chippendales founder Steve Banerjee, who emigrated from India to Los Angeles. He developed the concept of an erotic male dance show for women which is actualized by the creative force of Emmy award-winning choreographer, Nick Denoia. Together, they formed the m
8.
Hurricane, The (1999)
Rueben Carter, heavyweight boxing champion is wrongly imprisoned for years. Thanks to the help of an inner city youth, he is set free.
9.
Good Will Hunting (1997)
A child abuse survivor reveals a surprising genius for mathematics.
10.
Rebound: The Legend Of Earl The Goat (1996)
Based on the true story of Harlem street basketball legend Earl "The Goat" Manigault, whose drug addiction destroyed his hopes of a professional basketball career, but who went on to become one of Harlem's most influential citizens after his recovery from drug abuse.
11.
In the Mouth of Madness (1995) as Assistant Props
Sutter Cane is this century's most widely read author. His novels have been translated into 18 different languages, and spawned a billion dollar industry. When Cane vanishes just days before he's expected to deliver his latest manuscript, his publisher Jackson Harglow hires John Trent to investigate his mysterious disappearance. With the writer's fans whipped into a public frenzy, Trent believes the case is nothing but an ill conceived publicity stunt--until he and Cane's editor, Linda Styles, travel to New England in search of clues. There, they wind up in a town called Hobbs End, a sleepy hamlet that cannot be found on any ordinary map--a fictional village that exists only in Cane's novels. Has the investigation unearthed a fantasy world or has reality blended with the macabre imagination of Sutter Cane?

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