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New footage also amps up the intensity of the fight scenes
The biggest rivalry in baseball continues.
Because too much is never enough
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Includes:Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 1 (1984) Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 2 (1984) Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 4 (1984) Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 3 (1984) Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 1 Colin Baker -- green shoes, orange spats, striped trousers, and all -- steps into the role of the newly regenerated Doctor in the four-part adventure "The Twin Dilemma." In order to accustom himself to his new body, the Doctor hopes to take a brief sabbatical. This, alas, is not to be, as both the Doctor and his companion, Peri (Nicola Bryant) find themselves at the mercy of yet another dangerous adversary. Written by Antony Steven, Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 1 was originally telecast on March 22, 1984. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 2 In the second episode of the four-part story "The Twin Dilemma," the Doctor (Colin Baker), not yet accustomed to his new body, briefly goes into exile on a tiny moon, accompanied by his friend, Peri (Nicola Bryant). No sooner have they arrived than they find themselves at the mercy of a gang of intagalactic kidnappers, who have also snatched twin mathematical geniuses Romulus and Remus Sylvest (Gavin and Andrew Conrad). And wait until the Doctor confronts the (literally) slimy leader of the gang. Written by Antony Steven, Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 2 was originally telecast on March 23, 1984. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 4 In the conclusion of the four-part story "The Twin Dilemma," the Doctor (Colin Baker) must prevent the giant slug Mestor (Edwin Richfield) from polluting the universe with millions of Gastropod eggs. But will the Doctor; his companion, Peri (Nicola Bryant); and twin mathematicians Romulus and Remus Sylvest (Gavin and Andrew Conrad) manage to live through the ordeal? And how does the Doctor's fellow Time Lord, Azmael, fit into the proceedings? Written by Antony Steven, Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 4 was originally telecast on March 30, 1984, bringing season 21 of Doctor Who to a close. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 3 In the third episode of the four-part story "The Twin Dilemma," the Doctor (Colin Baker) and Peri (Nicola Bryant) have been abducted by the giant slug Mestor (Edwin Richfield), who has also kidnapped twin mathematicians Romulus and Remus Sylvest (Gavin and Andrew Conrad). Mestor intends to force the twins to help him unleash millions of deadly Gastropod eggs upon the Universe -- and, of course, the Doctor and Peri must be killed in the process. Written by Antony Steven, Doctor Who: The Twin Dilemma, Episode 3 was originally telecast on March 29, 1984. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
Includes:Donnie Brasco (1997), MPAA Rating: R The Devil's Own (1997), MPAA Rating: R Donnie Brasco This drama about an undercover cop who learns the hidden dangers of working his way inside the mob was based on a true story. Joe Pistone (Johnny Depp) is an FBI agent who is given an assignment to infiltrate the Mafia; calling himself Donnie Brasco, he befriends Lefty Ruggiero (Al Pacino), a low-level mob hit man whose personal life is in tatters. Lefty's marriage is falling apart, his son is a junkie, and his health is failing, which only adds to his growing disillusionment about having spent 30 years with the Mafia (and killing 26 people) with little to show for it. But in Donnie, Lefty sees someone who can succeed where he failed; he takes the young man under his wing, and under Lefty's tutelage Donnie quickly rises through the ranks of organized crime; however, the longer he plays the role of the gangster, the more Joe Pistone finds himself becoming Donnie Brasco in his increasingly rare off hours; it drives a wedge between himself and his wife (Anne Heche) and children, and Joe realizes that a break in character among the hoodlums he's come to know could mean a death sentence for himself and his family. Just as importantly, Joe has come to regard Lefty as a close and trusted friend, and Joe realizes that when the day comes where he has to turn in his Mob associates, he'll be ending Lefty's life as surely as if he put a slug in his head himself. The supporting cast includes Michael Madsen as Sonny, Lefty's boss, and Bruno Kirby as Nicky, one of Sonny's henchmen. The real-life Joe Pistone today lives under an assumed name with a 500,000-dollar contract on his life still in effect. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide The Devil's Own A policeman plays Good Samaritan to a visitor from Ireland, only to discover that he has a potentially deadly secret. Belfast-born Frankie McGuire (Brad Pitt) saw his father gunned down by enemy soldiers at the age of eight, and when he grew up he joined the Irish Republican Army, determined that one day his father's death would be avenged. An especially ruthless "volunteer," Frankie is responsible for the death of 13 British soldiers and 11 policemen. After a particularly bloody battle, Frankie sails to the United States in a ragged tugboat he has restored; with a huge bundle of cash, Frankie intends to buy a stock of Stinger missiles from an underground arms dealer in America, Billy Burke (Treat Williams). Upon arrival in New York, Frankie is met by a judge who is sympathetic to the IRA's cause and who arranges a place for him to stay. Using the name Rory Devaney, Frankie moves into the home of Tom O'Meara (Harrison Ford), a scrupulously honest cop. Tom is already in the midst of a personal crisis; his friend and partner Edwin Diaz (Ruben Blades) recently shot a man that he knew was unarmed in the line of duty, and while Edwin wants Tom to help him cover up the matter, Tom's conscience will not allow it. When Tom begins to realize that "Rory" is not simply a man running from the violence of his homeland, he's torn between his sympathy for Frankie's tragic childhood and his desire to see justice served and prevent needless death in Ireland. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
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Slug - Speed & Joy
Will Bonnie's big secret finally be revealed?
An excellent structure makes this one of King's tighest stories in years