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The Jackal from 1997. You can see the scene you're describing here. Here's a still of the machine gun:


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It's probably Steven Spielberg's A.I. Artificial Intelligence, (2001): One of the mecha-producing companies builds David, an artificial kid which is the first to have real feelings, especially a never-ending love for his "mother", Monica. Monica is the woman who adopted him as a substitute for her real son, who remains in cryo-stasis, stricken by ...


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Sounds like Die Hard: With a Vengeance to me. According to SARSman1973: John McClane is now almost a full-blown alcoholic and is suspended from the NYPD. But when a bomb goes off in the Bonwit Teller Department Store the police go insane trying to figure out what's going on. Soon, a man named Simon calls and asks for McClane. Simon tells Inspector ...


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Sounds like Death Sentence from 2007. From Wiki: Nick Hume (Kevin Bacon) is husband to Helen (Kelly Preston), and father of two boys, Brendan (Stuart Lafferty) and Lucas (Jordan Garrett). After Brendan's hockey game, Nick and Brendan drive home, talking about the latter's potential future as a professional hockey player. They make a quick stop at a gas ...


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This is Deep Rising: the creatures you describe as 'Lampreys' are actually semi autonomous tentacles which are the appendages of a giant sea-creature, which is implied to be a prehistoric monster. Finnegan and Trillian use the jet ski to travel to the nearby island, where they are soon joined by Joey. He survived the attack and escaped to the ...


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Possibly Murder by Numbers from 2002 where Bullock plays a cop who's rather casual about sex and has a past trauma. From Wiki: It is revealed that Cassie herself was the victim of attempted murder by her abusive ex-husband, Carl Hudson, who had been her high school sweetheart. Various flashbacks show Cassie's ordeal. Although she was found alive, she has ...


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It sounds like the movie Leonard Part 6. Here is the head-explodey scene. The movie starts with Parker being re-recruited by his former employers in the CIA to save the world from an evil vegetarian who brainwashes animals to kill people. The film ends with Leonard infiltrating the vegetarian base, fending off the vegetarians with magic meat he ...


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Could be Zapped Again! from 1990, the sequel to Zapped! from 1982. From IMDb: A new kid moves into school, making enemies with the affluent societies and joining the beleaguered Science Club. But when an old potion is discovered to confer telekinetic power he gets the chance to get his own back, as well as having a bit of fun on the side. The movie is ...


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The movie is Miss March. The actor is Trevor Moore. The still can be found at this review of the movie.


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This is from Lucky Luke and the Daltons from 2004. IIRC it's a magic red sombrero that makes the wearer invulnerable. You can see the scene here (the exact moment is around 1:35):


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I can only guess: Project Greenlight's horror film Feast from 2005 is about a group of people stuck in a bar while being attacked by monsters; in one scene they look outside and see the monsters having sex, and in another scene, as specified by IMDb's parental guide (WARNING - GRAPHIC DETAILS): A creature forces itself onto a woman, making her perform ...


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I'm not really sure, but this might be 2003's Basic, starring John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson: Tom Hardy, an ex-Army Ranger turned DEA agent, is drawn into an ever-widening mystery surrounding the disappearance of the feared and often hated Sgt. Nathan West, as well as several of his elite Special Forces trainees on what appears, at first, to have ...


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Could it be The Cell from 2000? From Wiki: Child psychologist Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez) is an expert in an experimental treatment for coma patients: a virtual reality device that allows her to enter into the minds of her patients and attempt to coax them into consciousness. When serial killer Carl Rudolph Stargher (Vincent D'Onofrio) falls into a ...


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I'm 100% this was actually Bingo, which was an incredibly poor derivative of Lassie... It features all the plot lines you mention, as well as the earworm of a song playing ...


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Here's a very strong possibility, but with one difference: American Gothic. Similarities: 6 young friends go vacating on an island. After their plane has engine problems, they decide to stroll through the woods and come across the house of a seemingly kind old couple called Ma and Pa and their simpleton family. Ma and Pa give them great hospitality, but the ...


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Sounds like Love and Mary from 2007. Here's the trailer. From Wiki: Hoping to raise money from engagement presents [heroine Mary] decides to visit her family in Texas with her [nerdy] fiancé, Brent. Brent comes down with an allergy before the trip and she takes his twin brother Jake, a jailbird, to pretend to be Brent. While in Texas she falls in love ...


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Could be The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe where 4 kids enter a wardrobe and wind up in the magical land of Narnia; one of them (Lucy) first meets a faun (half man, half goat) called Tumnus. Judging by the year, you probably mean the live-action 1988 UK version. Here's Lucy meeting the faun from that version (around 0:40): ...


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It sounds like Magnolia from 1999. The scene can be seen here. The only differences are that it was a boy, not a woman, jumping off the building, and the wife shot the gun. The movie has a lot of strange synchronicities (coincidences) like that one. I couldn't find the trailer you're talking about, but the scene above should look familiar if it's the movie ...


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Is the parrot actually seen in that scene? Because there's an identical scene in Dude, Where's My Car? where Ashton Kutcher orders a meal at a drive through and the voice keeps asking "And then?", but it's not a parrot, just a Chinese stereotype that sounds like a parrot. Here it is: ...


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I used Shazam to identify the music in that clip, and it is "Explosion Montage" from the album "Music from Atomic Journeys and Nukes in Space". It turns out "Atomic Journeys" and "Nukes in Space" are two documentary films consisting of explosions and such, narrated by William Shatner. The descriptions imply they are made up of real footage.


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Sounds like After from 2012. From an online review: Ana and Freddy are strangers on a bus, when, by sheer coincidence, they start talking and discover that they actually live on the same road. With a sound of a crash and screeching tyres, Ana suddenly wakes up in bed. She is confused to find that she is alone in the town – she goes to work but no one is ...


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The movie is called Casshern. http://imdb.com/title/tt0405821/?ref_=nv_sr_1 From Wikipedia: "Tetsuya Azuma (東鉄也 Azuma Tetsuya?), also known as Casshern, is an android with a human consciousness aka a neoroider (人造人間 Jinzō Ningen?, lit. "artificial human"). Tetsuya turned himself into an android for the purpose of hunting down and destroying robots that have ...


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I am pretty sure you're describing Wing Commander (1999). The people who could make space jumps by heart/instinct are called "Pilgrims".


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Sounds like Control Factor from 2003 with Adam Baldwin and Elizabeth Berkley. From Wiki: insurance salesman Lance Bishop hears a voice in his head urging him to murder his wife. When he discovers he has become part of a government mind-control project, he and others similarly being experimented on fight back. He shoots his wife, but it turns out the ...


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Sounds like the German TV movie Gambit from 1987, in which terrorists threaten the government that they'll bomb a nuclear plant and demand one billion Deutschmarks in gold, and a female journalist investigates this story. There's more info (and pics) in this Amazon page. Here's a still from the movie with that red blotch on the plant's dome:


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Sounds like Y Mabinogi (AKA Otherworld) from 2003 which is based on Welsh myth. The film is currently available in its entirety on Youtube. Around 46:30, you can see the toddler thrown into the bonfire in the barn and then a soldier whose head was bashed in released from the sack he was hiding in; around 50:40 is when the cauldron (which revives the dead) ...


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Could be the HBO movie Something the Lord Made from 2004 with Alan Rickman and Mos Def about heart surgery pioneers Alfred Blalock and Vivien Thomas. From IMDb: Alfred Blalock (1899-1964), a cardiologist (therefore, self-confident to the point of arrogance), leaves Vanderbilt for Johns Hopkins taking with him his lab technician, Vivien Thomas ...


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The Shadow Men from 1997 with Eric Roberts and Sherilyn Fenn. From Wiki: a married couple, Bob and Dez Wilson, and their 12-year old son Andy are being accosted by a blinding light when driving home from a daytrip. They wake up a couple of hours later seemingly unscathed but soon experience recurring nightmares. It seems that they have been abducted by ...


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If you need the title, it's called The Other Side. From the Kokomo Tribune, 1996: Mark Curry takes his comedy act back to Oakland's Paramount Theater, where he watched comedians and rock stars as a teenager. "Mark Curry —The Other Side" debuted Saturday on the HBO Comedy Hour, with repeats Thursday, Aug. 25 and 27. The star of the ABC series "Hangin' ...


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I think the answer is 'Tomorrow when the world began', based on a series of books by John Marsden. Think it was a film rather than a miniseries, but there may have been sequels because there's quite a few books. It's about 5 years old now. Hope that helps Just checked on wiki Australian, foreign invasion, teenagers become guerrillas. Made in 2010



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