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The Verdict
Written by David Mamet
Based on a novel by Barry Reed

Down-and-out, ambulance chasing lawyer Frank Galvin (Paul Newman) attempts to salvage his career and his self respect by taking a medical malpractice case to trial instead of settling out-of-court.
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Vertigo
"Alfred Hitchcock engulfs you in a whirlpool of terror and tension!"

Detective "Scottie" Ferguson (James Stewart) retires from the police force after a traumatic incident leaves him terrified of heights. Scottie is later hired by an old acquaintance, Gavin Elster (Tom Helmore) to follow his wife Madeleine (Kim Novak) because he fears she is possessed by the spirit of her great-grandmother and is drawn to suicide. Scottie reluctantly takes the case and begins to become obsessed with the mysterious Madeleine...

"You shouldn't keep souvenirs of a killing. You shouldn't have been that sentimental."
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Very Bad Things
Written by Peter Berg

When stripper/prostitute Tina (Kobe Tai) is accidently killed during a bachelor party, the attendees, Kyle Fisher (Jon Favreau), Robert Boyd (Christian Slater), Adam Berkow (Daniel Stern), Michael Berkow (Jeremy Piven), and Charles Moore (Leland Orser) vow to help each other hide the evidence. But as time goes on, guilt and fear causes dissention between the friends.

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The Village
Written by M. Night Shyamalan

The inhabitants of a remote village are kept from leaving their hamlet by Those We Don't Speak Of, monstrous creatures who lurk in the surrounding woods. When Lucius Hunt (Joaquin Phoenix), is injured, his sweetheart, Ivy Walker (Bryce Dallas Howard), must venture through the woods to reach a town for medicine to save him.

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