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Could be The Ghost and the Darkness from 1996 with Michael Douglas and Val Kilmer, which was based on a true story: In 1896 Lt. Col. John Paterson was sent to East Africa to build a railway bridge. He had a deadline to meet but was confident he and his large workforce of Africans and Indians can get the job done in time. John's was a man of his word and ...


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Not "Hover" but Evolver, (1995). A popular virtual-reality video game gets ported to real life, and Kyle, one of the best Evolver players in the US, gets the opportunity to try playing against a little robot version of the arcade game. However, Evolver is programmed to win at all costs, and the match between Kyle and Evolver gradually becomes a ...


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You're definitely looking for Primal Fear, starring Richard Gere as the lawywer and Edward Norton (who might get confused with DiCaprio) as his client: Courtroom thriller about a slick, hotshot lawyer who takes the seemingly unwinnable case of a young altar boy accused of murdering an eminent catholic priest. In fact Edward Norton's character has a ...


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Though your description could've used some more detail (possible year(s), genre, whether the whole movie was about magic or just that scene etc), I think I have a possible match. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013) summary of the scene matching your description: At the show, Gray's performance involves him drilling into his brain, claiming it ...


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These screenshots are all from the 1999 remake of House on Haunted Hill, they are (in clockwise order): The House on Haunted Hill itself: A stretcher they discover after looking in the basement: And the spirit of the house taking the form of Evelyn Stockard-Price (played by Famke Janssen):


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I think that's Tower Heist (2011), where Eddie Murphy's character helps a gang in a heist. You can see him taking a cockroach out to get a free meal at the end of this clip:


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You likely mean The Shadow with Alec Baldwin from 1994 which takes place in the 30s: Based on the 1930's pulp fiction and radio drama series, the film pits the hero against his arch enemy, Shiwan Khan, who plans to take over the world by holding a city ransom using an atom bomb. Using his powers of invisibility and "The power to cloud men's minds", the ...


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Could it be This is the Army, a 1943 musical by Irving Berlin? The lyrics aren't exact, but (from a random site on the internet) I see they are similar - are you sure of the lyrics you provided? While I'm there in the air With My Head In The Clouds I think of someone I love And I know down below she is thinking of me While I am up there above When the night ...


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John Waters' wild satire Cecil B. Demented from 2000 with Melanie Griffith: An insane independent film director and his renegade group of teenage filmmakers kidnap an A-list Hollywood actress and force her to star in their underground film. At some point, the group invades the set of the Forrest Gump sequel "Gump Again" and wreak havoc. Here's the ...


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Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla 2, (1993). The young Baby Godzilla then lets out the loudest roar it can make, and the sound travels across the battle field to a fallen ally. From under a pile of rubble, Fire Rodan calls back feebly and lifts it's self from the ground, attempting to fly to it's distressed "brother". MechaGodzilla, however, has no ...


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House on Haunted Hill from 1999. A millionaire offers a group of diverse people $1,000,000 to spend the night in a haunted house with a horrifying past. Here's a related image:


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I believe you might be remembering a 2001 episode of the tv series "JAG" entitled Guilt. The character of Mac (Sarah MacKenzie) leads a group of Marines and diplomats to safety from a consolate with the help of a little girl who dies in the way you describe. From an online synopsis: The “motor-mouth” daughter of a consulate cook, Lylyana, took to [Mac] ...


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Possibly A.P.E.X. from 1994. From Wiki: In the year 2073 Nicholas Sinclair is a scientist on a time travel project. An accident introduces a deadly virus in to the past in 1973, causing a paradox. The project's automatic countermeasures activate and attack robots are sent in to the past to try to eliminate the virus carriers. They fail to contain the ...


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Sounds like Basket Case 2 from 1990, the sequel to the cult horror film from 1982 about a man who has a murderous, deformed siamese twin called Belial. From IMDb: Duane Bradley and his misshapen, basket-dwelling brother Belial are taken to the city hospital. [...] Duane's long-lost Aunt learns of their situation and, along with her pregnant daughter ...


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After Hours, (1985). A meek word processor impulsively travels to Manhattan's Soho District to date an attractive but apparently disturbed young woman and finds himself trapped there in a nightmarishly surreal vortex of improbable coincidences and farcical circumstances.


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Could it be Wes Craven's Chiller (1985)? A TV movie that aired on CBS, it doesn't involve a child but does involved a man cryogenically frozen due to a then incurable condition who comes back wrong and turns on his parents. Summary: Miles Creighton is cryonically preserved. When his storage tank malfunctions and begins to thaw, Miles is rushed to a ...


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The Martin Sheen movie you mentioned where the wife dies of electrocution is The Believers from 1987: After the death of his wife, police psychiatrist Cal Jamison moves to New York. There he has to help in the investigation of the murder of two youths, who seem to have been immolated during a cult ritual. Jamison believes it's been Voodoo and, ignoring ...


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I'm not sure, but that might be Betty Blue, (1986), directed by Jean-Jacques Beineix. I remember there being a woman in the movie whose husband wouldn't touch her once she became pregnant, and she became increasingly frustrated as the movie progressed.


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Google's nifty reverse image search (which I've only recently discovered) says it's from The Girl Next Door (2004) Video of the kiss (occurs at about 1:45) The two actors are ...


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According to Google, the World Expo in Vancouver was in 1986 (my birth year!). Appears the title of the film is Rainbow War, 19 minutes long and directed by Bob Rogers. Wikipedia: Once upon a time, in a timeless place, there were three kingdoms: one blue, one red, and one gold. In the blue kingdom, everything was blue, because blue was beautiful. ...



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