Tom Cruise plays a sports agent on this 1996 classic. "Show me the money", was Cuba Gooding Jr.'s tag line that won him an Oscar for his role. Being a sports nut myself made the movie that much better and liking both Kelly Preston and Renee Zellweger made it a real winner. Most people remember Renee's line, "You had me at hello", but I really liked Kelly's line yelling to Tom, "Never stop fucking me!", in their sex scene better! Done in HD!
When a malicious, land-hungry rancher (Jeremy Irons) has the marshal and deputy of Appaloosa killed, two gunmen (Viggo Mortensen and Ed Harris, who also directs) arrive and try to bring law and order back to the frontier town. But when a beautiful widow of uncertain convictions (Renée Zellweger) enters the picture, the stakes are raised and soon the lead flies. Lance Henriksen, Ariadna Gil co-star in this Western based on the novel by Robert B. Parker.
Two accused murderess's vie for fame (and acquittal) in 1920's Chicago. This 2002 movie is based on the long-running musical, and has treatment that for the first time really exposes the story behind the music, although the music was there.
I was fortunate enough to see a traveling production of the play a few years ago, with now-deceased Robert Urich as the lawyer. I thoroughly enjoyed the play, but that didn't stop me from enjoying the movie.
I'm no big fan of musicals, but I highly recommend Chicago as excellent entertainment.