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If the author is female, not male, I think you're talking about Stranger than Fiction. Stranger than Fiction is a 2006 American comedy-drama-fantasy film directed by Marc Forster, written by Zach Helm, and starring Will Ferrell, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Queen Latifah, and Emma Thompson. The main plot follows Harold Crick (portrayed by Ferrell), ...


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It was Kirsten Dunst. You're looking for Upside Down from 2012. Adam is a seemingly ordinary guy in a very extraordinary universe. He lives humbly trying to make ends meet, but his romantic spirit holds on to the memory of a girl he loved once upon a time from another world, an inverted affluent world with its own gravity, directly above but beyond ...


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I found your short: It's Envelope from 2012 with Kevin Spacey. Evgeniy started writing fake letters since he was 6 when he tried writing one to his imaginary friend. Throughout his lifetime, he has accumulated a letter from every country, except New Zealand. He writes a letter to a seemingly fake person in a seemingly fake city in New Zealand. After 4 ...


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I believe you mean Splice, with Adrien Brody. It fits perfectly, except that the couple didn't find the creature, but they created it.


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Never mind. I found it. The movie is called Proof. Here is the link to IMDb.


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The movie is called Echelon Conspiracy. Here are the details : In the movie, Max (Shane West) is a computer engineer. He receives an anonymous courier in which he gets a phone (it's a new model phone that no one has). He receives messages instructing him to do stuff. If he doesn't do them, he received threatening messages. The phone instructs him to go ...


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You're after the horror movie Relative Fear (AKA The Child) from 1994. This Canadian thriller features a cute little kid who kills. Connie and Linda give birth simultaneously in the same hospital. A mix up with the babies occur. Linda, after the baby, Adam, hits her, feels something is wrong. Indeed, the babe's real mother is a homicidal maniac and her ...


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This is certainly a memorable quote and a simple Google search turned up the source. The film you're looking for is The Night of the Iguana from 1964. The Night of the Iguana is a 1964 film based on the 1961 play of the same name written by Tennessee Williams. Directed by John Huston, it featured Richard Burton, Ava Gardner, and Deborah Kerr. The ...


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Trash is an understatement: Meet Billy Badd (AKA Motor Psycho) from 1992. From a synopsis online: Action packed story follows two college bound teens, Frankie and Zoey, on a frightful odyssey through the heart of California's Mojave Desert. While driving across country, the young lovers quickly encounter Bill Badd, a shotgun wielding motorcyclist who ...


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I think you're after the obscure Lethal Woman (AKA The Most Dangerous Woman Alive) from 1988 with Merete Van Kamp and Shannon Tweed. A group of men are told that they have won an "erotic vacation" at a fantasy island. In reality, they are being lured to the island by women they have wronged, and once there they are captured and set loose on the island to ...


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Ah, you're not after Mikey but rather the similar The Paperboy from 1994. A homicidal twelve-year-old paperboy becomes obsessed with a woman and her daughter next-door, and he'll do anything to make his fantasy of the "perfect family" come alive. He tampers with the ladder-like antenna that the daughter uses to sneak out and meet her boyfriend, and she ...


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And here's my proper answer: You're looking for Carnage by Roman Polanski. From Wikipedia: When two grade-school boys get into a fight in the park that results in one boy, Zachary Cowan, hitting the other, Ethan Longstreet, in the face with a stick, their parents meet in a Brooklyn apartment to discuss the matter. At first, the couples seem ...


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Sounds like you're thinking of Canadian TV movie - Twists of Terror aka Primal Scream Here's the linkage - Twist Of Terror - Wiki In particular, the 3rd story matches your description pretty accurately: "Stolen Moments" shows a shy and pretty Cindy Craig who has trouble meeting men, living her life in an apartment with a plethora of pets. One ...


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Sounds like Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon from 2006. The next great psycho horror slasher has given a documentary crew exclusive access to his life as he plans his reign of terror over the sleepy town of Glen Echo, all the while deconstructing the conventions and archetypes of the horror genre for them. Here's the trailer: ...


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Answering my own question... A colleague of mine knew it and that it was based on Pirandello's texts. It's called Kaos, by Vittorio and Paolo Taviani. Based on Pirandello's short stories. Highly recommended, now I'll find it and watch it again.


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Is it Flubber, but this is green and people want to get there hands on it. He was classified in film as flying rubber,leading Philip to christen it as "Flubber". From IMDb Professor Phillip Brainard, an absent-minded professor, works with his assistant Weebo, trying to create a substance that's a new source of energy and that will save Medfield ...


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The date is wrong, and there's no Albany as far as I can tell, but it's barely possible you are referring to Gene Roddenberry's Genesys II from 1973, or one of its sequels (Planet Earth, Strange New World). These feature an organization named PAX, and take place in a future Earth (in the United States, but on the west coast - although it is possible Albany ...


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Sounds like There Was a Little Boy from 1993 with Cybill Shepherd. Wealthy Gregg and his wife, English teacher Julie, were happy parents until their little boy Robby was stolen while she took a bath. Their lives have taken off again, but they keep hoping and feeling guilty. Fifteen years later, when Julie is pregnant again, the high school principal ...


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Sounds like the action movie Drive from 1997. The protagonist of the film is Toby Wong (played by Mark Dacascos), Chinese man who had crossed the Pacific as a stowaway on a freighter. [...] he "borrows" a car and takes its owner, failed songwriter Malik Brody (played by Kadeem Harrison) as a hostage. Toby used to be secret Chinese agent with a ...


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Sounds like you're after the obscure House of Terror from 1973. Lovely young nurse Jennifer Andrews (ravishing brunette beauty Jennifer Bishop) is hired by nice guy millionaire Emmett Kramer (Mitchell Gregg) to take care of his mean and cranky semi-invalid wife Marsha (an excruciatingly shrill and unpleasant portrayal by Jaquelyn Hyde). After Jennifer's ...


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You're looking for the cult film Naked Vengeance from 1985. Carla Harris, a beautiful but not so successful actress from L.A., witnesses how her husband is tragically killed in an attempt to save a woman from her male attacker. She travels to her parents' home in a small town in the mountains to get some rest only to be repeatedly harassed by redneck ...


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There are a number of films that concern this topic. However, United 93 (2006) is a better-known dramatization that extensively deals with the FAA and the military's reaction.


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This is not from any particular Ben Turpin film, simply a posed photo for his fans, circa 1918. If you want to know more about Turpin, look for a great book called FOR ART'S SAKE – The Biography & Filmography of Ben Turpin.



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