JAWS 3-D
1983, Universal, 99 min, USA, Dir: Joe Alves

The Brody family is back in the third installment of the JAWS series, starring Dennis Quaid and Bess Armstrong. This time out, police chief Brody’s son is all grown up and ready to marry a killer whale biologist when an undersea exhibit opens at the local Sea World resort and a great white shark sneaks in. As Quaid, Armstrong and crew deal with the ensuing havoc, they soon realize the situation is even more dangerous than they thought. The 3-D cinematography gets the audience closer to the action than they’ve ever been, from waterskiing human pyramids to a realistic and terrifying wave of destruction.


FAR FROM HEAVEN
2002, Focus Features, 107 min, USA/France, Dir: Todd Haynes

Two relationships challenge convention in a 1950s Connecticut town in this insightful drama that recalls the best work of Douglas Sirk. After Cathy (Julianne Moore) discovers her husband (Dennis Quaid) in the arms of another man, she grows closer to the couple’s black gardener (Dennis Haysbert). Winner of five Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Feature and Director.


INNERSPACE
1987, Warner Bros., 120 min, USA, Dir: Joe Dante

Lt. Tuck Pendleton (Dennis Quaid) volunteers for an experiment in which he is shrunk down to microscopic size; when rival scientists storm the lab, Pendleton is injected into the bloodstream of a hypochondriac (Martin Short) to protect the top-secret technology. This action-comedy take on FANTASTIC VOYAGE won an Oscar for Best Visual Effects. Costarring Meg Ryan.


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