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Double bill of family films. In 'Inspector Gadget' (1999), John Brown (Matthew Broderick) is an inept security guard employed by scientist Artemus Bradford (Rene Auberjonois) and his daughter Brenda (Joely Fisher) to safeguard their work on the synthesis of robotics and human tissue. When the Bradfords' arch-rival Sanford Scolex (Rupert Everett) steals their work, John gives chase, and both end up involved in a car crash. Sanford looses his hand in the crash, but John's injuries are much more serious, and Brenda takes this as an opportunity to use her father's technology to transform the security guard into Inspector Gadget, the ultimate crime-fighting cyborg. For his part, Sanford replaces his hand with a robotic substitute, changes his name to 'Claw', and - desperate for revenge - sets out to discredit Gadget by creating an evil robot lookalike, one which will wage a campaign of terror throughout the city. In 'Inspector Gadget 2' (2002), the hapless Inspector Gadget returns, this time with French Stewart in the title role. Gadget has been put on parole and Claw (Tony Martin) has escaped from prison in order to put into action a fiendish new plan. Meanwhile, the mayor has unveiled a newer, robotic, female version of Inspector Gadget, known as G2 (Elaine Hendrix). Together the two Gadgets must team up to stop Claw, but the usual mishaps occur.
David Lynch directs this cult 1980s classic starring Dennis Hopper and Kyle MacLachlan. When college student Jeffrey Beaumont (MacLachlan) returns home to look after his dad's store while he's in hospital, a short stroll through a seemingly peaceful field sees him stumbling upon a severed ear. As Jeffrey reports the crime to the police he finds himself being sucked into a world of murder, voyeurism and sado-masochism.
Thriller based on the play by David Mamet. William H. Macy stars as Edmond Burke, a man who impulsively decides to have his fortune read on his way home from work one evening. The fortune teller informs him 'you are not where you belong'. When Edmond arrives home, he soon starts an argument with his wife (Rebecca Pidgeon) and retreats into the city where he decides to go for a few drinks in a bar. Edmond finds himself striking up a conversation with a man (Joe Mantegna) who happens to share his racist views about the role of African-Americans in society. Suddenly Edmond starts to let go of his sense of self-control that has always dictated his actions and after a crawl through the city's watering holes, strip clubs, gambling dens, and brothels, he comes face to face with the violence of the world, and unexpectedly finds himself responding in kind.
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