No Good Deed
(2002) - Color - R
Samuel L. Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Stellan Skarsgard
He was more than a cop. She was more than a thief.
“THUMBS UP” - Roger Ebert, Ebert & Roeper
Samuel L. Jackson (S.W.A.T., Basic, XXX) Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil, The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc), Stellan Skarsgard (The Glass House, Ronin), and Doug Hutchinson (The Green Mile, The Salton Sea) star in this pulse-pounding crime thriller based on a work by Dashiell Hammett and directed by the acclaimed Oscar nominee (1970, Five Easy Pieces, Best Picture) Rob Rafelson (Five Easy Pieces, Blood and Wine).
A missing persons investigation escalates into a deadly game of cat and mouse when detective Jack (Jackson) is captured and held hostage by a gang of brutal thieves in the process of an elaborate bank robbery. Cruel mastermind Tyrone (Skarsgard), manipulative girlfriend Erin (Jovovich), and deranged henchman Hoop (Hutchinson) are locked in a dangerous web of deceit, double-cross and romantic intrigue, making Jack a pawn in the lethal high stakes plot. Against all odds, Erin and Jack find themselves erotically drawn to each other, igniting a volatile love triangle that turns deadly as the body count rises. Deception is the rule in this action-packed, pitch-black thriller that will hold you in suspense until the final frame.
(2006) - Color - Rated R
Samuel L. Jackson, Julianne Moore, Edie Falco, Ron Eldard, William Forsythe, Aunjanue Ellis
In this explosive thriller, when Brenda Martin (Julianne Moore) claims her car was stolen with her son in the backseat, the chilling accusation sparks an intense investigation led by Detective Lorenzo Council (Samuel L. Jackson). The frenzy to find her son escalates into an explosive nightmare of suspicion and accusation, and the search for the truth leads to riveting action, disturbing revelations, and a shocking ending.
In My Country
(2004) - Color - 105 Minutes - Rated R
Samuel L. Jackson, Juliette Binoche, Brendan Gleeson
"A beautiful and important film..." - Nelson Mandela
The many emotional scars left by South Africa's history of institutionalized racism come under the microscope in this drama. As South Africa comes to terms with the legacy of apartheid, their government has created the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, in which the perpetrators of racial violence and injustice must come face to face with their victims if they are to be forgiven for their crimes. Langston Whitfield (Samuel L. Jackson) is an African-American journalist who is assigned to cover these hearings by The Washington Post. Whitfield doubts the efficacy of this process and sets out to interview Col. De Jager (Brendan Gleeson), a notorious former officer of the South African police who was famous for his violence against blacks, in order to put this method to the test.