At work, Chris is a hardboiled no-nonsense detective who's investigating a series of brutal murders of jazz musicians. At home, he's a family man straight out of sitcom who has to satisfy every whim of his wife and kids.
Dr. Lauren is staying in Prague for a conference and falls in love with Czech writer Jiri Kolmar. However, she learns some awful secrets about Jiri's family during the Nazi occupation and the concentration camps.
Roger L. Simon
Cassie has a miserable job in a bar, is lonely and depressed. Her boyfriend left her when she told him that she's pregnant. After several failed suicide attempts, she'd given away her baby ... See full summary »
Brutally abused by his parents, teenage Thomas finds comfort in associating with a film director who is making a documentary about physical child abuse. The two fall in love, and the elder ... See full summary »
Arthur J. Bressan Jr.
i lovvvve 80's flicks (even though i was 6 by the time the 80's were over).. so i'm in this video store thats about to go out of business, i'm on my normal routine of looking for 80's horror flicks (my true love), i came across this title. the cover looked amazing! those crazy "hi-tech" 80's. there's a line in the movie where the guy from next door calls the Swit family "degenerate techno scum"!!! gotta love that! i watch this movie every sat. morning!! the score, the setting, and all the characters involved are priceless!! I also love the way his parents yell at each other, "he's not my son!" "he's not my son either!" good story line (whats with that statue of liberty?) dave thomas kicks *beep* in this, and you'll see Chris Elliot in there too. "detention for everyone!" As my man Adam Swit would put it, "It's the quiche of the 80's"
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