Archive for the ‘Movie Synopsis’ Category

‘Furnace’ Mini-Synopsis

September 20, 2008

MAXIMUM SECURITY. MAXIMUM FEAR With an all-star cast, including Tom Sizemore, Ja Rule and Danny Trejo, FURNACE goes deep inside the walls of a maximum-security prison.

When a number of brutal and suspicious deaths occur in and around the prison, detective Michael Turner, (Michael Pare) is brought in to investigate.

But what begins as just another suicide investigation quickly unfolds into a furious and frightening struggle to uncover the unexplainable, while escaping death at the hands of a vengeful spirit unleashed within the prison walls.

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‘Super Capers’ Has COMPLETED! Synopsis

September 15, 2008

Directed by: Ray Griggs

Genre:
Action + Adventure + Comedy + Fantasy + Sci-Fi

Synopsis:
Would-be superhero, Ed Gruberman, who possesses no super powers must join a team of misfit heroes-in-training known as The Super Capers. Having only faith, Gruberman must travel through time to uncover an evil plot involving some gold bullion, a fiery femme fatale, and a criminal mastermind with a dark secret about Ed’s past.
(from IMDb.com)

Casts:
Christine Lakin … Red
Tom Sizemore … Roger Cheatem
Danielle Harris … Felicia Freeze
Doug Jones … Agent Smith #1
Chris Owen … Igniter Boy
Adam West … Cab Driver
Michael Rooker … The Dark Winged Vesper
Tommy ‘Tiny’ Lister … Sarge
Clint Howard … Mugger
Sam Lloyd … Herman Brainard
Jon Polito … Captain Sludge
Ryan McPartlin … Will Powers
Justin Whalin … Ed Gruberman
June Lockhart … Mother
Taylor Negron … Chauffer
Pat Crawford Brown … Gertrude
Steve Braun … Agent Guard
Isaac C. Singleton Jr. … Agent Smith #2
Camille Solari … Lady in Distress
Oliver Muirhead … Herbert Q
Paul Terrell Clayton … Police Officer
Ray Griggs … Puffer Boy
Bobby ‘Slim’ Jones … Cretan
Beverly Long … Marge
Pancho Moler … Robo

Superheroes:
Sarge
Brainard
Gruberman
Freeze
Will Powers
Puffer Boy

Villains:
Agent Smith 1
Captain Sludge
The Dark Winged Vesper
Red
Cretan
Agent Smith 2

‘Red’ – A Synopsis

September 9, 2008

Avery Allan Ludlow (Brian Cox), a Korean War vet with a tragic past, lives alone in a small town, where he runs the local hardware store. Av’s only companion is a 14 year-old ginger-haired dog, aptly named Red by Av’s late wife. One day, Av and Red are enjoying a placid outing at their favorite fishing spot when three boys and a shotgun come along.

In an instant, Av’s lifelong friend is gone, the victim of a cruel, senseless act. Devastated, Av determines to find out who the boys are and why they did it. Helped by a local reporter (Kim Dickens), Av tries to expose the truth, but his efforts are ignored by authorities and mocked by the teenagers. The boys’ parents, a rich local businessman (Tom Sizemore) and, across town, a hardscrabble laborer (Robert Englund) and his wife (Amanda Plummer), are just as determined to keep Av down.

But, faithful to the memory of his best friend, Av single-mindedly presses for justice-with or without the law on his side.

Studio:
Magnolia Pictures

Production Co:
Bleiberg Entertainment
(Norman M. Dreyfuss Presents)

In Association With
Billy Goat Pictures
Tenk Prod.

‘The Last Lullaby’ – A Synopsis

September 6, 2008

Price (Tom Sizemore) a former hitman, is struggling to cope with retirement. He left the assassination business to live the “easy life.”  However, retirement arrived with its own agenda. It was not the instant peace and calm that Price expected.

Rather, it was emptiness, boredom, and, worst of all, restlessness. “The Last Lullaby” plummets Price back into his old life and forces him into a corner from which he may never escape.

Price’s old ways no longer work for him when his heart opens, and he finds life beyond his profession.  The tension finally boils, as Price must decide to close himself off again or open himself up to a world beyond his control.

Starring: Tom Sizemore, Sasha Alexander, Sprague Grayden, Bill Smitrovich

‘A Broken Life’ – Synopsis

September 6, 2008

Tortured by his own mediocrity, Max (Tom) decides to commit suicide and recruits his only friend Bud, a struggling filmmaker, to record his last day on earth. Bent on exacting revenge, Max tracks down and finally confronts his overbearing Boss and his ex-wife. His rage builds until his last day is turned upside down by the kindness of a young woman in a wheelchair. Just moments from his own end, Max finds hope but is it too late to fix what is broken?

The Shoot

‘A Broken Life’ was filmed in a similar style to ‘The Last Hit’ (shot in a single day) with up to 5 cameras including ‘Buds’ POV camera operating simultaneously. The shoot was completed in 14 days.

The Creative Team

Neil Coombs- Director/Writer (‘The Last Hit’)

Grace Kosaka- Producer/Writer (‘The Last Hit’)

Anna Lee- Production Designer/Writer , (‘The Last Hit’)

Peter Benison- Director of Photography
(‘The Last Hit’,
Chicago ‘ , ‘ Bullet to Beijing ‘ )

Composer- Christopher Dedrick
(‘The Saddest Music in the World’, ‘Shattered City’ )

For Full cast and crew listings please go to IMDB

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