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Fatal Vision (VHS)
185 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1984 motion picture.
Based upon the book by Joe McGinniss.
Summary:
One of the most publicized and thought-provoking criminal cases in modern history is brought to the screen in this film depicting the events that surround the brutal murder of a military doctor's pregnant wife and two young daughters.
Credits:
Producer, Richard L. O'Connor; director, David Greene; executive producers, Daniel Wigutow, Mike Rosenfeld; music by Gil Melle; teleplay by John Gay.
A Few Good Men (VHS & DVD)
138 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1992 motion picture.
Summary:
Cruise stars as a brash Navy lawyer who's teamed with a gung-ho litigator in a politically-explosive murder case. Charged with defending two Marines accused of killing a fellow soldier, they are confronted with complex issues of loyalty and honor - including its most sacred code and its most formidable warrior.
Credits:
Music, Marc Shaiman; director of photography, Robert Richardson; executive producers, William Gilmore, Rachel Pfeffer; co-producers, Steve Nicolaides, Jeffrey Stott; screenplay, Aaron Sorkin; producers, David Brown, Rob Reiner, Andrew Scheinman; director, Rob Reiner.
Final Analysis (DVD)
125 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1992.
Summary:
Psychiatrist Isaac Barr breaches professional ethics by romancing the sister of his troubled client and becomes the fall guy in a devious scheme of murder and inheritance.
Credits:
Screenplay by Wesley Strick; produced by Charles Roven, Paul Junger Witt, Tony Thomas; directed by Phil Joanou. Director of photography, Jordan Cronenweth; editor, Thom Noble; music by George Fenton.
The Firm (VHS & DVD)
154 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1993 motion picture.
Based on the book by John Grisham.
Summary:
A brilliant and ambitious Harvard Law grad joins a small, prosperous law firm in Memphis, and is soon confronted by FBI agents with evidence of corruption and murder within the firm.
Credits:
Music composer/performer, Dave Grusin; editors, William Steinkamp, Fredric Steinkamp; production designer, Richard MacDonald; director of photography, John Seale; executive producers, Michael Hausman, Lindsay Doran; screenplay, David Rabe, Robert Towne, David Rayfiel; producers, Scott Rudin, John Davis; producer/director, Sydney Pollack.
First Monday in October (VHS & DVD)
99 min.
- Feature Film
Videocassette release of the 1981 motion picture.
Summary:
Walter Matthau and Jill Clayburgh star in this dramatic comedy that centers around the appointment of the first woman to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Credits:
Producer, Paul Heller and Martha Scott; director, Ronald Neame; screenplay, Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.
Flash of Genius (DVD)
2 hr.
- Feature Film
Based on the article "The flash of genius" written by John Seabrook.
Special features: Deleted scenes with optional commentary by director Marc Abraham; feature commentary with director Marc Abraham.
Summary:
Based on the true story of Robert Kearns. The Kearns' were a typical 1960s Detroit family. Bob is a college professor and part-time inventor. When Bob invents a device that would eventually be used by every car in the world, the Kearns' think they have struck gold. But their aspirations are dashed after the auto giants, who originally embraced Bob's creation, unceremoniously shuns him. Ignored, threatened and then buried in years of litigation, Bob is haunted by what was done to his family and their future. He becomes a man obsessed with justice and the conviction that his life's work, or anyone else's for that matter, should be acknowledged by those who stood to benefit. He and his family pay the toll for refusing to compromise his dignity.
Credits:
Produced by Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Michael Lieber; written by Philip Railsback; directed by Marc Abraham; director of photography, Dante Spinotti; editor, Jill Savitt; music, Aaron Zigman; costume designer, Luis Sequeira; production designer, Hugo Luczyc-Wyhowski.
The Fog of War (DVD)
107 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 2003.
Summary:
The story of American politics and military policies as seen through the eyes of the former Secretary of Defense, under President Kennedy and President Johnson, Robert S. McNamara. McNamara is a controversial and influential political figure. He offers a candid journey through some of the most seminal events in contemporary American history. He offers insights into the 1945 fire bombing of Tokyo, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the effects of the Vietnam War.
Credits:
Produced and directed by Errol Morris; producers, Michael Williams and Julie Ahlberg; directors of photography, Peter Donahue and Bob Chappell; editors, Karen Schmeer, Doug Abel, and Chyld King; original music, Philip Glass.
The Fortune Cookie (DVD)
126 min.
- Feature Film
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1966.
Summary:
A TV cameraman, trampled by a half-back while shooting a football game, and his shyster brother-in-law team up to defraud an insurance company in a million dollar law suit.
Credits:
Producer/director, Billy Wilder; writers, Billy Wilder and I.A.L. Diamond; music, Andre Previn.
Fracture (DVD)
113 min.
- Feature Film
Special features: 2 alternate endings; deleted scenes.
Summary:
Ted Crawford is a wealthy, brilliant, and meticulous structural engineer who lives in Los Angeles. He shoots his wife and entraps her lover. After the police arrive, he signs a confession. At his arraignment, he asserts his rights to represent himself and asks the court to move immediately to trial. The prosecutor is Willy Beachum, a hotshot D.A. who is getting ready to leave for a civil-law firm. He is told by everyone the case is open and shut. Crawford, however, sees Beachum's weakness - the hairline fracture of his character.
Credits:
Produced by Charles Weinstock; story by Daniel Pyne; screenplay by Daniel Pyne and Glenn Gers; directed by Gregory Hoblit; director of photography, Kramer Morgenthau; editor, David Rosenbloom; music, Jeff Danna and Mychael Danna; costume designers, Elisabetta Beraldo and Nava R. Sadan; production designer, Paul Eads.
Fury (DVD)
89 min.
- Feature Film
Originally released as a motion picture in 1936.
Based on a story by Norman Krasna.
Summary:
An ethical young man is forced to confront his own morality after he becomes a victim of vigilantism.
Credits:
Directed by Fritz Lang; produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz; screenplay by Bartlett Cormack and Fritz Lang.

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