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    • Year Released: 1982
    Missing is a 1982 American drama film directed by Costa Gavras, and starring Jack Lemmon, Sissy Spacek, Melanie Mayron, John Shea, Charles Cioffi and Janice Rule. It is based on the true story of American journalist Charles Horman, who disappeared in the bloody aftermath of the US-backed Chilean coup of 1973 that deposed leftist President Salvador Allende. The film was banned in Chile during Pinochet's dictatorship, even though neither Chile nor Pinochet are specifically mentioned by name in the film (although the Chilean cities of Viña del Mar and Santiago are). Both the film and Thomas Hauser's book The Execution of Charles Horman were removed from the United States market following a lawsuit filed against Costa-Gavras and Universal Pictures's parent company MCA by former Ambassador Nathaniel Davis and two others for defamation of character. A lawsuit against Hauser himself was dismissed because the statute of limitations had expired. Davis and his compatriots lost their lawsuit, after which the film was re-released by Universal in 2006. A disclaimer from the State Department shown before the ending credits denies the United States' involvement in the death of Charles Horman, a
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    Oh, god! you devil

    • Year Released: 1984
    Oh, God! You Devil (1984) is a black comedy/fantasy film starring George Burns, Ted Wass, Ron Silver and Roxanne Hart. Directed by Paul Bogart and produced by Robert M. Sherman. The screenplay was adapted by Andrew Bergman. Oh, God! You Devil is the third and final installment in the Oh, God! series, based on the novel of the same title by Avery Corman. George Burns received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actor for his performance. Burns plays the dual roles of both God and the Devil. The Devil — Harry O. Tophet — is a lively character, taking pleasure in petty acts of PG-rated malice (such as making a waiter fall into a pool). The story tells of a struggling rock singer/musician, Bobby Shelton (played by Wass), who cannot get a break. His wife, Wendy (Hart), is going to have a baby, and Bobby, desperate to support his family, announces that he would sell his soul to the Devil to get ahead. The Devil suddenly appears, calling himself "'Harry O. Tophet" and offers Shelton a deal — seven years of unprecedented fame and fortune in exchange for his soul. Shelton balks at the deal and so Tophet renegotiates claiming that it will be for a "trial period." Shelton signs the document,
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    Robocop 2

    • Year Released: 1990
    RoboCop 2 is a 1990 science fiction action film directed by Irvin Kershner and starring Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlihy, Belinda Bauer, Tom Noonan and Gabriel Damon. Set in the near future in a dystopian metropolitan Detroit, Michigan. It is the sequel to the 1987 film RoboCop. The film received mixed to negative reviews from critics, and Rotten Tomatoes has given it a "rotten" rating (from the average score of 4.5 out of 10). It was the final film directed by Irvin Kershner. Omni Consumer Products (OCP) has the city of Detroit in a corporate stranglehold. They have forced a police strike and are attempting to take over the city government with plans to demolish the old city and put up a planned community development in its place. A new designer drug named “Nuke” has been plaguing the streets. The primary distributor, Cain, is a cult leader with a Messianic complex. RoboCop confronts Cain and his gang at an abandoned construction site. However, they render RoboCop immobile and slice him to pieces, though he remains alive. RoboCop is saved when OCP's Dr. Juliette Faxx takes charge of the new RoboCop team, which includes the development of a more advanced "RoboCop 2" and
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    The clan of the cave bear

    • Year Released: 1986
    The Clan of the Cave Bear is a 1986 film based on the book of the same name by Jean M. Auel and was directed by Michael Chapman. The film stars Daryl Hannah as Ayla, a young Cro-Magnon woman who was separated from her family during an earthquake and found by a group of Neanderthals. Dialogue is conducted mostly through a form of sign language which is translated for the audience with subtitles. It was filmed in the Canadian Rockies, a precursor to the many Hollywood films that would film in Canada soon after. The score was composed by Alan Silvestri. The movie is also one of Bart the Bear's earliest roles. Because the film cost US $15 million to produce and brought in only US $1.9 million domestically, it is considered a box office flop. The film was nominated for an Oscar in 1987 for Best Makeup (Michael Westmore and Michèle Burke).
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