The Fan / About Schmidt / 15 (Fifteen) Minutes

Release Date: 24 October 2005
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The Fan (Dir. Tony Scott, 1998): Gil Renard (Robert De Niro) is a big baseball fan. Separated from his wife and son, and down on his luck, Renard's love of baseball becomes an obsession and he stalks his favourite baseball celebrity, Bobby Rayburn (Wesley Snipes). When Rayburn falls into a career slump, Renard's obsession takes a deadly turn and he secretly vows to stop at nothing, including murder, to restore his idol's reputation.

About Schmidt (Dir. Alexander Payne, 2002): Warren Schmidt (Nicholson) has arrived at several of life's crossroads all at the same time as he is forced to deal with an ambiguous future as he enters retirement. Soon after, his wife of 42 years passes away and he must come to terms with his only daughters marriage to a man he does not care for. With no job, no wife and no family, Warren is desperate to find something meaningful in his thoroughly unimpressive life. Warren sets out on a journey of self-discovery, exploring his roots across Nebraska and facing up to the failure that his life has become.

15 Minutes (Dir. John Herzfeld, 2001): Robert De Niro stars as homicide detective Eddie Flemming, a man who knows how to handle high-profile murders. But now, with a crime that has ended in a grisly fire and a pair of Eastern European killers on a rampage across the city, Flemming must team up with a rival: the low-key Arson Investigator Jordy Warsaw, played by Ed Burns.

Release Date: 24 October 2005

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