âThe Hostel Taking of Pelham, 1, 2, 3â Creepy torturous, blood drinking flesh eating Wall Street bankers take over the subway line to torture unwitting people on their way to work.
âCan't Stop the Sound of Musicâ Julie Andrews as the owner of a popular 1970s NYC disco with sound system problems.
âThe Eye of Laura Marsâ Famed NYC avant-garde fashion photographer, Laura Mars, gets an eye transplant, then starts having bizarre visions, but only during her fashion shoots and while vacationing in Thailand.
âDirty Dancer In the Darkâ An awkward Icelandic folk singer, who is slowly losing her eyesight (Bjork) and favors Buddy Holly frames, gets a gig at a nightclub, problem is, she doesnât realize the Mafia run management expect her to strip at the club after hours, and entertain Saudi businessmen, as part of her contract.
âThe Sixth Sense and Sensibilityâ Dead psychiatristâs ghost helps romantically confused young women in the age of Jane Austen.
âApocalypse Now Voyagerâ Bette Davis, chewing up the scenery once again, this time as a deranged war loving grandmother during the Vietnam era.
âAlmost Famous Heavenâ Kate Hudson as a German woman whose big wish is to sing in Nashville before she dies of a rare form of herpes she contracted as a Led Zeppelin groupie. She ends up in Jamaica where she forms a ska band with Zygote Doobie (Ziggy Marley) and former members of The Specials.
âStormy Monday Nightsâ Sting as the mysterious owner of a Newcastle jazz club freaks out when a sexy but talent-free female private eye (Shannon Tweed) is booked as the vocal entertainment, until she explains sheâs there to spy on two of his workers, Sean Bean and Melanie Griffith, who are hiding out from a crazy pock-marked tobacco chewing Southern gun runner (Tommy Lee Jones).
âTommy Tommy Boyâ Bizarre over the top musical about a deaf, dumb and blind heir to an auto parts factory who must save the family business to keep it out of the hands of his trashy nouveau riche con-artist relatives.