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MILL CREEK's 9 LIVES MOVIE COLLECTION - Schwarzenegger, Van Damme, Bronson, Seagal, and Samuel L. Jackson



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Last Action Hero
(1993) - Color - 131 minutes - Rated PG-13
Arnold Schwarzenegger, F. Murray Abraham, Austin O'Brien
A magic movie ticket gains a young fan unprecedented access to his favorite action hero after being sucked out of his seat and onto the big screen. When one of the bad guys gets a hold of the magic ticket and escapes out of the movie into the real world, the hero and his young sidekick must chase the arch villain into a world where evil can actually win!

Universal Soldier: The Return

(1999) - Color - 83 minutes - Rated R
Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michael Jai White, Heidi Schanz, Bill Goldberg
Luc (Jean-Claude Van Damme), is about to be thrown into action once again. The super-computer that controls the ultra-warriors decides to destroy his creators before it is shut down. It's up to Luc to stop things in a battle pitting man against machine and good against evil!

Into The Sun
(2005) - Color - 97 minutes - Rated R
Steven Seagal, Matthew Davis, Takao Osawa
Action superstar Steven Seagal is back in this nonstop thrill ride! When the governor of Tokyo is murdered, it falls on ex-CIA agent Travis Hunter (Seagal) to track down the responsible terrorists.

S.W.A.T.
(2003) - Color - 118 minutes - Rated PG-13
Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell, Michelle Rodriguez, LL Cool J, Jeremy Renner
Two wisecracking, battle-hardened veterans (Samuel L. Jackson and Colin Farrell) team up with a pair of street-smart rookies (Michelle Rodriguez and LL Cool J) to form the most freewheeling - but effective - S.W.A.T. team ever. Their first assignment: transport an international drug kingpin into federal custody - after he's offered $100 million to anyone who will free him!

Stealth
(2005) - Color - 121 minutes - Rated PG-13
Josh Lucas, Jessica Biel, Jamie Foxx. Sam Shepard, Joe Morton, Richard Roxburgh
The world's three best pilots are partnered with a state-of-the-art, fully-automated, pilot-less, super stealth warplane - inhuman and invincible. But once in the air, it goes haywire, leaving them with one final mission - bring it down.

Vertical Limit

(2000) - Color - 124 minutes - Rated PG-13
Chris O'Donnell, Bill Paxton, Robin Tunney, Scott Glenn
An emotionally-charged action-adventure tale of a retired climber (Chris O'Donnell) who must launch a treacherous and extraordinary rescue effort up K2, the world's second highest peak, to save his estranged sister (Robin Tunney) and her summit team in a race against time.

Blind Fury
(1989) - Color - 87 minutes - Rated R
Rutger Hauer, Terry O'Quinn, Brandon Call, Lisa Blount
Blinded and left to die in Vietnam, Nick Parker returns to the States and uses his highly-tuned senses to help an old Army buddy in an action-packed cross-country battle.

Silent Rage

(1982) - Color - 101 minutes - Rated R
Chuck Norris, Ron Silver
Science created him. Now Chuck Norris must destroy him. Sheriff Stevens (Norris) is faced with stopping a crazed murderer, made virtually indestructible through genetic engineering.

White Line Fever

(1975) - Color - 90 minutes - Rated PG
Jan-Michael Vincent, Kay Lenz, Slim Pickens
In the 1970s Arizona, a young married man becomes an independent long-haul driver and he risks his life fighting the corruption in the local long-haul trucking industry.

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