Money Train (1995)

If you like action, buckle up. Two NYC cops, who also happen to be former foster brothers, are thick as thieves despite incessant bickering about the one’s gambling addiction. All bets are off when they both fall for their beautiful new coworker, a fellow undercover sting agent who knows exactly which brother she wants. Sparks fly as a tangle with the transit authority ups the ante in a turf war for control of the subway. The arrogant director doesn’t care who lives or dies so long as he makes his money– an irresistible temptation to a chronic gambler…

Sleeping With the Enemy (1991)

Escaping an abuser, particularly one who obsessively aligns the labels on the canned goods and the stripes on the bath towels is nearly impossible; their attention to detail adds additional danger.¬†With just as much precision, this movie foreshadows and metaphorically parallels one woman’s journey towards escape. Like the psychological impact of Hitchcock’s unsettling imagery, this […]