1994 July Movies (By Title)

"Rebel Highway" Roadracers

    • R
    • 95 min
    • Drama
    1942: A Love Story

    1942: A Love Story

      • Unrated
      • 157 min
      • Romance

      In 1942 India, Naren, the wealthy son of a local politician loyal to the British crown, romances Rajjo, the daughter of an Indian freedom fighter. Both become caught up in the increasingly violent revolutionary program when Rajjo's father and her uncle plot to assasinate a sadistic, visiting British general determinted to keep Indian under British rule. Written by Anonymous

      Angels in the Outfield

      Angels in the Outfield

      • 35%
      • PG
      • 102 min
      • Comedy

      Roger Bomman lives in a foster home along with his best friend J.P., but when Roger's dad comes to visit him, a little bit of hope grows back into Roger's heart about him going to live with his dad. But his hopes suddenly die down when his dad says that they can be a family again when Roger's favorite baseball team, the California Angels, win the pennant, but the team is in last place in their division. So Roger prays to heaven and ask if the angels up there can help the Angels (baseball team) win the pennant so Roger can have the family that he always wanted, and because of his prayer, he just might.

      Baby's Day Out

      Baby's Day Out

      • 21%
      • 99 min
      • Adventure

      Baby Bink couldn't ask for more; he has adoring (if somewhat sickly-sweet) parents, he lives in a huge mansion, and he's just about to appear in the social pages of the paper. Unfortunately, not everyone in the world is as nice as Baby Bink's parents; especially the three enterprising kidnapers who pretend to be photographers from the newspaper. Successfully kidnaping Baby Bink, they have a harder time keeping hold of the rascal, who not only keeps one step ahead of them, but seems to be more than a little bit smarter than the three bumbling criminals.

      Barcelona

      Barcelona

      • 81%
      • PG-13
      • 101 min
      • Comedy

      Chicago salesman, Ted Boynton, lives and works in Barcelona in the 1980s. Ted's cousin Fred, a naval officer, unexpectedly comes to stay with him at the beginning of the film and they develop relationships with various, single Barcelona women, and experience the negative reaction of some of Barcelona's residents to Fred's presence.

      Black Beauty

      Black Beauty

      • 80%
      • G
      • 88 min
      • Adventure

      The fates of horses, and the people who own and command them, are revealed as Black Beauty narrates the circle of his life.

      Blown Away

      Blown Away

      • 28%
      • R
      • 121 min
      • Action

      After her mother is killed by a car bomb, a 17-year-old girl lives a reckless and decadent lifestyle. She begins a relationship with a boy who works at a local ski resort. When she tells him of her suspicions that her strict father was responsible for her mother's death, he wants to help her out of her situation. He must decide whether she's telling the truth or using him to her own ends.

      Ciao, Professore

      Ciao, Professore

        • R
        • 100 min
        • Comedy

        A bureaucratic snafu sends Marco Tullio Sperelli, a portly, middle-aged northern Italian, to teach third grade in a poor town outside Naples

        Confessions of a Sorority Girl

        Confessions of a Sorority Girl

          • R
          • 82 min
          • Comedy

          Confessions of a Sorority Girl (a.k.a. Confessions of Sorority Girls) is a 1994 television film directed by Uli Edel. It stars Alyssa Milano and Jamie Luner, who were also together in the sixth season of Melrose Place in 1997. The movie is loosely based on the 1957 film Sorority Girl starring Susan Cabot and Barboura Morris. Confessions of a Sorority Girl is a part of the Showtime Network's Rebel Highway series that featured films using titles from Eisenhower-era B-movies, also including Roadracers (1994) and Girls In Prison (1994).

          Doomsday Gun

          Doomsday Gun

            • Unrated
            • 120 min
            • Action

            Dr Gerald Bull was a genius at designing and building superguns. (Very large long range guns capable of shooting more than 100 Miles.) When a plan by the CIA to export restricted material using him was exposed, the CIA denied all knowledge and he went to jail. He was later released to help Saddam Hussein build a new supergun capable of firing over 500 miles. Israel, upon learning of the supergun, fears it would be used against themselves. Written by Brian W Martz <[email protected]>