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January 23, 2004

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Remember the future.

Genre: Action / Thriller / Sci-Fi
Director: John Woo
Distributor: Paramount Pictures

Cast: Ben Affleck, John Davis, Aaron Eckhart, Uma Thurman, Paul Giamatti

Ben Affleck stars as Michael Jennings, a brilliant computer engineer hired by high-tech corporations for specialised top-secret projects. Once a job is complete, Jennings routinely has his short-term memory erased so as not to divulge any sensitive company information to future clients. Highly paid for his work, he expects to earn $4.4 billion at the end of his latest 3-year project. But upon completion of the job, instead of a big paycheck, Jennings is handed an envelope filled with random objects and told that he has agreed to forfeit all payment. Jennings quickly learns that more than just his paycheck is at stake. In a race against time, Jennings must put the pieces together with the help of Rachel (Uma Thurman), the woman he has worked with and loved for the past three years who rekindles his memory of their life together, before the people he once worked for have him killed.

Every family has a rebel. Even the First Family.

Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Andy Cadiff
Distributor: Warner Bros

Cast: Mandy Moore, Matthew Goode, Mark Harmon, Jeremy Piven

The President's daughter (Moore), unable to experience life like a normal 18 year-old, escapes from her entourage of Secret Service agents while travelling in Europe. She falls in love with a handsome British stranger (Goode), who also happens to be working undercover for her father (Harmon). A modern-day homage to Roman Holiday.

Source: IMDB.com / YahooMovies.com


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