The Falcon and the Snowman (1985)

The Falcon and the Snowman (1985)

The true story of Christopher Boyce (Hutton), a young All-American man whose job as a guard for sensitive documents shatters his faith in his country and leads him to a sometimes comic, sometimes chilling sideline as a spy for the Soviets, aided by his scruffy buddy, Daulton (Penn); it can't last, though, and the consequences are tremendous for Boyce and his family. A high caliber tension thriller which will keep you on the edge of your seat. An absolute must-see!

  • Ahhh, the Game. This thriller had me scratching my head and figuring out what was going on until the very end. Well done. This movie is a psychological thriller about a wealthy, corporate type who is given an unusual gift by his... Ahhh, the Game. This thriller had me scratching my head and figuring out what was going on until the very end. Well done. This movie is a psychological thriller about a wealthy, corporate type who is given an unusual gift by his brother (Sean Penn). The gift is an exclusive kind of real life, real time game for high powered richies. However things go wrong and Douglas (and the audience) can't tell what's a part of the game and what isn't. This is a great psychological thriller from the director that gave us Seven.

    Related Products: More from Amazon.com
    Added 6 Years Ago from Amazon.com
  • I nearly forgot about this movie that introduced Tom Cruise (18 at the time) and Sean Penn (20 years old). It was dope. A group of military school boys takes over the school when they find out it will be shutting down for good. Ch... I nearly forgot about this movie that introduced Tom Cruise (18 at the time) and Sean Penn (20 years old). It was dope. A group of military school boys takes over the school when they find out it will be shutting down for good. Chaos ensues as the boys begin to lose it (a la Lord of the Flies).

    Related Products: More from Amazon.com
    Added 6 Years Ago from Amazon.com
  • The longest day of the year was over a month ago and the city's starting to fill up again. Yes, summer's past the halfway point, and it's time to take advantage of the temperature and Friday hours. What better way to celebrate the... The longest day of the year was over a month ago and the city's starting to fill up again. Yes, summer's past the halfway point, and it's time to take advantage of the temperature and Friday hours. What better way to celebrate the remains of the day than a brand new old pair of sunglasses? A classic shade is the only way to go nowadays, but oversize grandma tortoiseshells are played out, and we all know vintage Ray Ban Wayfarers are, like, so beginning-of-summer. Late summer is all about vintage Ray Ban Clubmasters; a subtle hint of color, a chilled out Sean-Penn-in-Fast-Times vibe, the hip-to-be-square confidence that comes with rocking the same eyewear as Kevin Costner in "JFK", and a pedigree that guarantees the shades will survive until next June - not that you'll be wearing the same old thing again, of course. ($132 + shipping at vintage-sunglasses-shop.com)