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The Big Chill

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The Big Chill


Lawrence Kasdan


  • Kevin Kline as Harold Cooper
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  • Jeff Goldblum as Michael
  • Tom Berenger as Sam Weber…
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Dreamcatcher (2003)

Dreamcatcher (2003)

Country:  USA

Director: Lawrence Kasdan

Main Stars: Morgan Freeman, Thomas Jane, Jason Lee, Damien Lewis, Donnie Wahlberg

Storyline: A group of young men when camping discover that they are being plagued by a parasitic alien. 225 more words

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MMT Quick Chat with THE BODYGUARD: THE MUSICAL's Jasmin Richardson

Whether you are a lover of the film The Bodyguard, or in the camp that brushed it off as a cheesy love story, there’s one thing on which most people agree – the soundtrack was, and is, magnificent. 627 more words


Lawrence Kasdan's BODY HEAT

BODY HEAT is about burning desire. You can feel and smell the sweat, the cigarette smoke, and the deception and betrayal. It’s sexy, sleazy, but above all, it’s a genre setting film that birthed the erotic thrillers of the 1980’s and launched the careers of Lawrence Kasdan, Kathleen Turner, and William Hurt in the process. 303 more words

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January 14: Happy Birthday Faye Dunaway and Emily Watson

Faye Dunaway is celebrating her 76th birthday today.  She made her Broadway debut as Margaret More in A Man For All Seasons shortly after graduating from Boston University.  1,390 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Happy Birthday: Lawrence Kasdan

Lawrence Kasdan

Born: January 14, 1949 in Miami, Florida, USA

Has never directed Harrison Ford in a movie, despite having written four movies in which Ford appears: Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). 156 more words

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Wyatt Earp (1994)

Kevin Costner once again projects his own self-image of the all-American hero, this time portraying legendary frontier marshal Wyatt Earp.

And as usual, it’s too self-important and… 200 more words