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The Russia House (Widescreen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Sean Connery
The Russia House (Widescreen) DVD ~ Sean Connery
Although I have not seen the DVD (it hasn't been released yet) I have watched the VHS version at least 40 times. A spy movie set during the Cold War, The Russia House stars Sean Connery and Michelle Pfeiffer. Connery is a British publisher, Barley Scott Blair, who is sent manuscripts by a Russian woman named Katya (Pfeiffer). However, the manuscripts are intercepted by British intelligence and are analysis of the Soveit Empire's nuclear capabilities. Blaire is convinced to play the role of spy for the British, and he must befirend Katya in order find the author of the manuscripts (the mysterious Dante.) As the story unfolds, Blaire and Katya grow closer to each other, and Blair soon… Read more
Rules of Engagement (Widescreen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Tommy Lee Jones
Rules of Engagement (Widescreen) DVD ~ Tommy Lee Jones
4.0 out of 5 stars Could have been better, Oct. 25 2000
Rules of Engagement has a storyline that reminds one of the Denzel Washington movie "Courage Under Fire." Both were incredibly fine movies in respect to plot, but similarly, both failed to enthrall the viewer with good lines. The scripting was good. Denzel is fine actor and has a lot of passion when he acts. Espicially in Rules of Engagement.