Terry O’Quinn

  • MooVee StarsAll The Right Moves (1983)

    All The Right Moves (1983)

    20th Century Fox released All The Right Moves on October 21, 1983. Michael Chapman directed the film starring Tom Cruise, Lea Thompson, and Craig T. Nelson.

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  • MHM MartHeaven’s Gate (1980)

    Heaven’s Gate (1980) Is Blessed on the Criterion Collection

    The Criterion Collection released Heaven’s Gate to Blu-ray on November 20, 2012. Michael Cimino directed the film starring Kris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, and John Hurt.

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  • SummariesOld School (2003)

    Old School (2003)

    Attorney Mitch Martin returns home early from a business trip and finds his girlfriend Heidi watching porn.

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    Old School (2003) Rings the Bell on Blu-Ray

    Paramount Home Entertainment released Old School to Blu-ray on January 24, 2017. Todd Phillips directed the film starring Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Will Ferrell.

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  • SummariesTombstone (1993)

    Tombstone (1993)

    Tombstone and the surrounding area of Cochise County are controlled by the ultra-violent, outlaw gang known as the Cowboys in 1879.

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    Tombstone (1993) Is Hotter Than a Frozen Pizza on Blu-Ray

    On April 27, 2010, Hollywood Pictures Home Entertainment released Tombstone on Blu-ray. George P. Cosmatos directed the film starring Kurt Russell, Val Kilmer, and Sam Elliott.

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  • SummariesThe Rocketeer (1991)

    The Rocketeer (1991)

    Film and Plot Synopsis Based on the comic book hero created in the 1980’s, the Rocketeer recreates 1930’s Hollywood, complete with the dangerous world of violent gangsters and Nazi espionage. Set in the backdrop of the early years of the Age of Aviation, young pilot Cliff Secord stumbles on a top-secret rocket-pack and soon finds himself fighting for his life against the Valentine gang and Nazi spies, while trying to stay a step ahead of the FBI. Cliff is assisted by his mechanic/mentor Peevy and his girlfriend Jenny as he learns what it means to be the flying hero known as The Rocketeer. Buy the Film *As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. ‘The Rocketeer’ Movie Summary In 1938, two thieves steal a rocket pack from Howard Hughes (Terry O’Quinn). The thieves work for Los Angeles gangster Eddie Valentine (Paul Sorvino), who has been hired by movie star Neville Sinclair (Timothy Dalton) to steal the rocket pack. The thieves are pursued by authorities, and the chase leads to an airfield outside of Los Angeles. One of the thieves is shot and killed, but the other thief hides the pack in a biplane cockpit. The biplane ends up being …

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  • MHM MartThe Rocketeer (1991)

    The Rocketeer (1991) Jets onto Blu-ray

    On December 13, 2011, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment released The Rocketeer on Blu-ray. Joe Johnston directed the film starring Billy Campbell, Jennifer Connelly, and Alan Arkin.

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  • Lunchtime Movie Review
    Young Guns (1988)

    Young Guns (1988)

    20th Century Fox released Young Guns to theaters on August 12, 1988. Christopher Cain directed the film starring Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips.

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  • SummariesHeaven's Gate (1980)

    Heaven’s Gate (1980)

    Heaven’s Gate starts out in 1870. Jim Averill and Billy Irvine graduate from Harvard College. The Reverend Doctor gives the new grads parting words on the importance of education and associating a cultivated mind with an uncultivated one.

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  • SummariesYoung Guns (1988)

    Young Guns (1988)

    Our Mighty Duck’s story begins in Lincoln County, New Mexico ca. 1878. Billy the Kid is the white man’s Tupac Shakur – a brooding thug, walking the line between law and lawlessness. Here he meets a frisky General Zod, who takes a liking to Billy, and places him in his group of strapping boy toys known as the Regulators.

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  • Number Two Review
    Heaven's Gate (1980)

    Heaven’s Gate (1980)

    United Artists released Heaven's Gate to theaters on November 19, 1980; grossing $3.5 million worldwide on a budget of $44 million. Michael Cimino directed the epic western which starred Kris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, and John Hurt.

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