Do The Right Thing (1989)
Racial tensions come to the boil on the hottest day of summer in Brooklyn.
Extreme Measures (1996)
A surgeon begins to suspect one of his eminent colleagues may be in the business of harming rather than healing people.
Firehouse Dog (2007)
A lost canine movie star teams up with a kid to save an ailing fire station.
He Got Game (1997)
A jailbird dad tries to reconnect with his basketball prodigy son, so that he can broker a shorter sentence.
Kiss The Girls (1997)
Police hunting a serial killer catch a break, when one of his intended victims escapes.
The Last Seduction (1993)
A tough, sexy New Yorker goes on the run with drugs money she stole from her husband.
People I Know (2002)
Al Pacino is a New York publicist at the end of his rope.
Spider-Man (2002)
Bitten by a spider in a museum, a shy youth begins to develop strange abilities.
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Spidey reluctantly returns to save New York from a mad scientist.
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