Critical Assembly aka Ground Zero (2002)
Two college students (Katherine Heigl and Kerr Smith) build a nuclear device to illustrate the need for political change. Then it is stolen and they must work with the FBI. This is okay.
This blatant Oscar bait flop stars Hilary Swank (who is all bad hair, buck teeth and a bizarre accent), Richard Gere and Christopher Eccleston as a celestial navigator. There is an annoying voiceover, a lot of talking, dullness and obvious green screen. Amelia wants to fly, does so and gains fame. Then she vanishes never to be seen again. This was so very worthy and dull.
“You don’t read the papers?”
“Not unless someone makes me.”
“Her death will not be a plus for aviation, women or your next campaign.”
“Don’t be so proud of it.”
“Hardly anyone knows or cares that it exists.”
“If you miss this island you’re out of fuel with 2000 miles to go.”
“Who wants a life imprisoned in safety?”
“Well hello sheep.”
“She’s landed in Ireland.”
Higher Learning (1995)
The Warriors (1979)
Love At First Bite (1979)