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Band of the Hand is an American 1986 crime film directed by Paul Michael Glaser.
The film turned into a theatrical release after it failed as a television pilot.
The title track is written by Bob Dylan, and while it appeared on the soundtrack album and as a single, it has never been released on one of his own albums.
The movie begins with introductions of the main antagonists as they are each arrested and charged as adults for their heinous and multiple crimes. The opening scene is a full-scale gang war led by two of the more notorious gang leaders in Miami. Ruben Pacheco (Michael Carmine), leader of the "Home Boys", and Moss Roosevelt (Leon Robinson), leader of the "27th Ave Players", are arrested for leading the riot. Next, Carlos Aragon (Daniele Quinn) and his drug lord boss Nestor Quintana (James Remar) are making plans for a large purchase of cocaine. He enters a car driven by his girlfriend Nikki (Lauren Holly), goes to the meeting point to make the buy, and is set up (having bought drugs from an undercover drug unit). Nikki, seeing an officer trying to come to the car, flees, and leaves Carlos in police custody as the scene fades out. Fourth is J.L. "Crazy" MacEwen (John
Book of Love is a 1990 romantic comedy film directed by New Line Cinema producer Robert Shaye. It is based on the autobiographical novel Jack in the Box by William Kotzwinkle (the novel's name was changed to Book of Love during this film's original release).
The film was originally PG-13, but subsequent DVD releases have been the R-rated Director's Cut (R for sexual content and language). It stars Chris Young, Keith Coogan, and John Cameron Mitchell.
Jack Twiller (Michael McKean) gets greetings from a long gone high school girlfriend. This makes him open his school's yearbook - his "Book of Love" - and remember the old times, way back in the 50s, when he was in his last year of high school (Chris Young) and his family just moved to the town. He hung out with geeky Paul Kane and tried to get the attention of Lily (Josie Bissett), who unfortunately was together with bully Angelo (Beau Dremann).
+Brian Evans as Schank
In the book "Jack In The Box", Jack Twiller's experiences are followed from elementary to high school, while in his screenplay, William Kotzwinkle creates a younger brother, dividing these experiences between two separate characters.
There was an original soundtrack