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Cadillac Man
(1990 Roger Donaldson 50:-)

Robin Williams stars in this oddball comedy about a fast-talking car salesman who is down on his luck and in over his head until an extreme situation forces him to use his sales skills to save lives.

Joey O'Brien (Williams) is the stereotypical car salesman: enterprising, aggressive, and desperate to make enough money to spend on his high-maintenance girlfriends. But suddenly the pressure is really on: he owes money to the mob, his ex-wife is nagging him about not spending enough time with their teenage daughter, and if he doesn't sell at least a dozen cars by the time the big sale is over on Saturday, he's going to lose his job.
Camille Claudel
(1989 Bruno Nuytten 80:-)

The talent and ambition of French sculptor Camille Claudel (Isabelle Adjani) catch the attention of legendary sculptor Auguste Rodin (Gérard Depardieu) in this passionate biographical drama. Claudel abandons her work to assist the womanizing Rodin, becoming his muse and his lover. When the affair ends disastrously, Claudel spins into an emotional turmoil that eventually sends her spiraling toward madness.
Celtic Pride
(1996 Tom DeCerchio 50:-)

Mike and Jimmy, a pair of die-hard Boston Celtics fans who have had way too much to drink on the night before Game 7 of the NBA's championship series, "accidentally" kidnap Lewis Scott (Damon Wayans), the star of the rival Utah Jazz. The next morning, the hungover hoop fans awake to find Lewis bound, gagged and mad as hell in their living room! Will they keep him hostage or let him go ... and watch a Celtic victory go down the drain?
Cemetary Club
(1993 Bill Duke 50:-)

The lives of three elderly Jewish widows (Ellen Burstyn, Olympia Dukakis, Diane Ladd) are put under a microscope. Doris (Dukakis) is prim and prudish, unable to bring herself to laugh at an off-color joke. Lucille (Ladd) is loud and outrageous. Esther (Burstyn) tries to find a balance between the two extremes. But their friendship is thrown into disarray when Esther meets a widower (Danny Aiello) and the two begin a tentative romance.
(1950 Clyde Geronimi 80:-)

This version of CINDERELLA is the original Walt Disney animated classic based on Charles Perrault's 17th-century fable about a poor stepdaughter transformed into a vision of beauty and sent to the royal ball by her Fairy Godmother to meet her Prince Charming and live happily ever after.
City Slickers
(1991 Ron Underwood 50:-)

For a change of pace, three amigos (Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Bruno Kirby) facing midlife crises sign on for a fortnight cattle drive through the Colorado hills. The urbanites' survival depends on a leathery trail boss (Jack Palance, winner of the Best Supporting Actor Oscar) who doesn't cotton to greenhorn city slickers. Though they run into foul weather, pregnant cows and pistol-packin' ranchers, trail's end brings a bittersweet victory.
Crossing Delancey
(Joan Micklin Silver 50:-)

Try as she might, career woman Izzy Grossman (Amy Irving) can't escape her family's good intentions. She's a single gal with good friends and a great job, but her loving grandmother (Reizl Bozyk) is convinced that Izzy needs a man to be happy. Enter pickle vendor Sam (Peter Riegert), a local nice guy who just can't seem to win Izzy's heart. Jeroen Krabbé co-stars as Sam's competition, and Sylvia Miles appears as matchmaker Hannah Mandelbaum.
Cry Baby
(1990 John Waters 80:-)

Cult director John Waters goes mainstream -- sort of -- in this send-up of 1950s teen melodramas. Heart-throb Johnny Depp stars in the title role as a glamorous delinquent who heads a gang of hoods known as the Drapes. Trouble starts when Cry-Baby falls for a squeaky clean blonde from a rival group, the Squares. Their star-crossed romance sets off a rumble between the warring factions and Cry-Baby ends up doing time in reform school. Chock-full of rock 'n roll and Waters' usual cavalcade of eccentric celebrities, including Patty Hearst, Iggy Pop and former porn star Traci Lords.
Cyrano de Bergerac
(1990 Jean-Paul Rappeneau 80:-)

Cyrano de Bergerac (Gerard Depardieu) pines for his cousin Roxanne, but won't reveal his affections for fear that she'll find his ugly features off-putting. So, Cyrano instructs the studly but stupid Christian how to woo her. Roxanne is entranced by Christian's beautiful poetry and letters -- all ghosted by Cyrano. But Christian dies in battle before he can tell Roxanne the truth. Depardieu won the Best Actor award at Cannes for his performance.