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Double bill of 1980s fantasy teen comedies. 'Teen Wolf' (1985) stars Michael J Fox as Scott Howard, a small-town high school nerd who can't get his dream girl to take any notice of him, and is a loser on the basketball court. But when he discovers that he comes from a family of werewolves, and begins to get increasingly hairy, his luck seems to take a turn for the better: suddenly he is a basketball ace and everyone is interested in him - even his dream girl. After a while, however, Scott starts to wish things could just get back to normal... In the sequel, 'Teen Wolf Too' (1987), Jason Bateman plays Todd Howard, the cousin of the original Teen Wolf. After he finds out that he has the same genes and therefore the same lycanthropic tendencies as his relative, he uses them to charm his schoolmates, before reaching an existential crisis: do his friends love him for his personality - or his hairy body?
Robert Redford and George Segal star in this crime comedy drama adapted from Donald Westlake's novel about a heist that goes wrong. To reclaim a valuable diamond from a Brooklyn museum that was originally stolen from his country, African Dr. Amusa (Moses Gunn) enlists the help of a gang of thiefs - Dortmunder (Redford), Andy (Segal), Stan (Ron Leibman) and Allan (Paul Sand). The plan does not go accordingly for the foursome, however, and they find that the gem seems to be continually just beyond their grasp.
A fictionalised musical drama about the formation of legendary disco band The Village People. Samantha Simpson (Valerie Perrine) decides to help her songwriting flatmate by gathering together some of her bohemian friends to record his songs, as she tries to convince uptight lawyer Ron White (Bruce Jenner) to put some money behind them.
Herein lies the essence of a man willing to be honest about himself. No puffery or hollow euphemisms. Simply the grime of everyday existence filtered through the Sands. (Tasty Wax Recordings)
Paul Sands' second collection of poetry. This selection sees him taking a more experimental and expansive approach to his work.
Hollywood producer Davis Mizlansky has it all -- Italian shoes, a house in the hills, even an unctuous assistant who picks the scallions out of his Szechuan noodles. But he'll lose it all to the IRS -- unless he can pull off one more deal.
This book examines the religious epistemologies of Soren Kierkegaard, John Henry Newman, and William James in the light of contemporary challenges to religious faith. They defended the right of persons to embrace religious beliefs that are not strictly warranted by empirical evidence and logical argumentation. Faith must not be hampered, they argued, by the demands of reason narrowly conceived. Paul Sands notes, however, important differences in the way each relates faith to reason. Sands examines the religious epistemologies of Kierkegaard, Newman, and James in the context of two "givens" characteristic of early twenty-first century culture, namely, the intellectual hegemony of probabilism and the pluralization of the Western mind.
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