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War drama based on the autobiographical book by Ron Kovic.
Tom Cruise plays Kovic, a man brought up in the God-fearing All-American tradition, the perfect material to fight for the US cause in Vietnam. However, nothing could prepare the young Marine for the horrors of the frontline and he returns home paralysed from the chest down.
Embittered, Kovic goes into a self-destructive downward spiral, until he finds new direction by joining the anti-war movement.
Bryan Singer directs this crime thriller starring Stephen Baldwin and Kevin Spacey. When a burnt-out ship is discovered in San Pedro Bay along with 27 dead bodies, US customs agent Dave Kujal (Chazz Palminteri) is assigned to work the case and thinks his best chance is to interrogate the one survivor of the massacre, Roger 'Verbal' Kint (Spacey). Sitting in an office at police headquarters, Kint, who suffers with cerebral palsy, begins to tell his story, and the more he says, the more Kujal becomes convinced that the unseen master criminal Keyser Söze is the man behind it all.
Horror starring Stephen Baldwin. While searching for his father, who has recently disappeared, David (Baldwin) stumbles across a cryptic trail which leads to the long-lost fortune of the Medici. When David's girlfriend Laura (Vanessa Johansson) is kidnapped by the Mafia, who want to claim the treasure for themselves, David is plunged into a desperate race against time and in order to rescue Laura, he must enter the deadly waters.
A gripping drama about keeping hope alive in the face of despair! When the most popular girl in school overdoses on drugs and lapses into a coma, everybody in town reacts in a different way. As each character's storyline affects the next, will Christ bring redemption from the tragedy? Stars Stephen Baldwin and Kevin Sorbo.
Futuristic sci-fi thriller. In 2047 Earth has been taken over and is now ruled by the Confederate Central Government who repress all its occupants. In a rising rebel movement Ryan Willburn (Stephen Baldwin), a Green War agent, is given the task of investigating the CCG for its acts of crime against Earth's inhabitants. His mission pits him against the fearsome Colonel Asimov (Rutger Hauer) and his loyal group of mercenaries but Willburn will not give up and is aided in his fight by Tuage (Neva Leoni), a mutant survivor of the CCG rebellion who vows to offer her assistance.
Homicide Detective Caleb Barnes (Stephen Baldwin) had always been able to maintain a professional distance between his personal life and the numbing horror of his work. However, since the accidental death of his young son, he has immersed himself in the grisly details of the cases he investigates. A series of murders in Salt Lake City draws his attention and he uncovers a web of murder and deceit.
John Rhys-Davies and Stephen Baldwin star in this biblical drama. After being thrown in prison by Emperor Nero (Baldwin), the Apostle Peter (Rhys-Davies) is subjected to torture and is haunted by his denial of Christ. Nero sends Susanna (Brittany Bristow) to get a confession out of him and, as she does so, also begins a friendship with the Roman soldier Martinian (Steve Byers). When Martinian discovers Susanna is also a Christian he is forced to decide where his loyalties truly lie.
In the late 1950s, a small group of theater professionals met in New York City to establish a troupe that would showcase the unique talents of deaf actors. Pictures in the Air tells of their success in starting the National Theatre of the Deaf (NTD), an institution renowned throughout the world. Author Stephen Baldwin traces the vital work of Edna Levine, the early involvement of Anne Bancroft, and the stagecraft of Gene Lasko and Arthur Penn. Artistic Director David Hays indelibly imprinted the character of the NTD with his concepts, all captured in fine detail in this engrossing book. The great deaf actors also are featured, including Bernard Bragg, Phyllis Frelich, Linda Bove, and Ed Waterstreet, in the company's most famous productions, "The King of Hearts," "My Third Eye," "Songs from Milkwood," and "A Child's Christmas in Wales." Replete with photographs, this book shows how a startling new venture grew into an artistic repertory company treasured worldwide.
Lost in the dusty Inca ruins of Peru at age 6, tattooed by head-hunters in the jungles of Borneo at age 12, luxuriated lasciviously and flirted with pro-Castro revolutionaries in a corrupt pre-Castro Havana, wrestled a Bengal tiger, lived beneath the iron curtain's shadow in occupied Trieste, witnessed the astounding mid-hurricane Atlantic rescue of hundreds of passengers and sailors from a burning ship.
An atypical upbringing meant atypical experiences. Stephen Baldwin's ordinary world involved living with very rich and very famous relatives and friends, including Adlai Stevenson, Richard Nixon, and the Washington Post's Phil and Kaye Graham. He explored virtually unknown temples in Angkor and Rangoon, routinely crisscrossed oceans in luxury liners that fully lived up to their promise, ran with the bulls in Pamplona when he was 20, was instrumental in saving thousands clinging to life after a cataclysmic tidal wave and cyclone in Bangladesh, then in setting up an underground railway for Bengali leaders escaping from Pakistani genocide, finally escaping to carry that story to the outside world.
It is true that there are few undiscovered wildernesses today. Transportation and communication advances have blazingly brought everything close to us, but in that process nearly everything has been rendered commonplace. Yet much of the world was neither close nor common a mere 60 years ago, and Stephen had a front row seat to the spectacle-sometimes getting too close to the fire.
Shadows Over Sundials chronicles the astonishing adventures of a Foreign Service brat who later worked in poor countries for The Ford Foundation, Population Council, and United Nations, spearheading international development, then went on to tackle seemingly intractable problems in inner-city education, first as a New York City Teaching Fellow in a failing South Bronx elementary school, finally as Board Chair of a charter school he helped establish there to do it better.
Mr. Baldwin is married to Barbara Radloff, has five children, and lives in New York City and Redding, Connecticut.
When Officer Andy Myers met Loraine Phillips he had no interest in her son or any child for that matter. When he was called to an apartment a few weeks later, he never dreamed he'd find that same boy in a pool of blood. Even more alarming than this devastating turn of events was the demeanor of the father standing watch over his son's body. Myers had responded to many calls in that neighbourhood and saw more than his fair share of gruesome scenes, but in all his time in the force, he never saw a man respond to death - particularly the death of a child - in such a way as when he encountered John Phillips. John Phillips faced the usual struggles of a divorced father who had to share the custody of his child. His son had night terrors and died tragically during one of his visits. His faith had always been an important part of this life, but never more so than when he found his son, his life rapidly slipping from him. Instead of losing his mind, he found a deeper faith - a faith most in his community could not comprehend and that created a backlash inconceivable to this man who was wholly trusting God.What follows is a story of a bond that develops between these two men as they come to terms with these tragic events and the unique actions each one chooses to employ.
Playing a bit off The Usual Suspects," the most successful of his more than 60 movies, Stephen reveals his unbelievable change from a hardcore party boy to a hardcore follower of Jesus Christ. Of all the people who have expressed disbelief about his conversion, Stephen says he remains the most surprised. He describes "hardcore faith" as the willingness to put your life and future completely in the hands of the invisible God, obeying His direction to the death. His life has been completely transformed - and we get the behind-the-scenes look at how that transformation has impacted his life inside and out. Stephen brazenly relays his observations about the culture at large and the work of the Church in it. He believes that the exposure of the Gospel must be ramped up and the way it is expressed must be changed as the culture changes. He is just as emphatic, however, that as ministry flexes with the times, it must remain true to the power and transcendent truth of the Gospel. The core of his message: "You must be willing to try faith God's way, not yours, and when you do you will find a life beyond anything you could have dreamed."
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