In a rural 1940s southern town, a socially awkward high school girl is taken advantage of by the boys, because it’s the only way she knows to relate to boys. Read More »
Tag Archives: Jan-Michael Vincent
Xtro II: The Second Encounter (1990) Harry Bromley Davenport, Jan-Michael Vincent, Paul Koslo, Tara Buckman, Horror, Sci-Fi
Scientists at a secret underground complex have found a way to travel to another dimension. Read More »
The Return (1982) Greydon Clark, Jan-Michael Vincent, Cybill Shepherd, Martin Landau, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Two young children and an adult in a small town have an encounter with an alien spaceship. Read More »
Deliver Us from Evil (1973) Boris Sagal, George Kennedy, Jan-Michael Vincent, Bradford Dillman, Crime, Drama
Five men hiking in the mountains discover an injured skyjacker who parachuted from a plane with $600,000. They kill him, then start fighting each other over the money. Read More »
The World’s Greatest Athlete (1973) Robert Scheerer, John Amos, Jan-Michael Vincent, Tim Conway, Comedy, Family, Romance
Stuck with a feeble sports department, college coach Sam Archer (John Amos) faces the ax unless he can reverse the school’s athletic fortunes. An African vacation with his assistant (Tim Conway) answers Archer’s prayers when he spots the athletically gifted Nanu (Jan-Michael Vincent). Sam counts on Nanu’s remarkable abilities to put the team back on the winning track. This upbeat farce boasts an impressive cast of comedians.
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Returning from a stint in the Air Force, Carrol Jo Hummer borrows money to buy a truck, hoping to make enough money hauling produce to marry Jerri Kane and set up housekeeping. He discovers that the long-haul business is run by racketeers and decides to fight the corrupt forces that control the trucking business.
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Matt Johnson, Jack Barlow, and Leroy Smith are three young California surfers in the 1960s. At first reveling in the carefree life of beaches, girls, and waves, they eventually must face the fact that the world is changing, becoming more complex, less answerable by simple solutions. Ultimately the Vietnam war interrupts their idyll, leaving them to wonder if they will survive until “Big Wednesday,” the mythical day when the greatest, cleanest, most transcendent wave of all will come.
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