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In Vino Veritas

Review In the tradition of National Lampoon's Animal House and National Lampoon's Van Wilder comes this wildly hilarious comedy about a guy who wants to date a girl who wants to wait. Adam (Cameron Douglas) is a typical college-aged guy, which is to say he wants sex 24 hours a day. But when he meets, and falls for, Eve (Emmanuelle Chriqui) a scorchingly hot co-ed who's still very attached to her virginity, the waiting game is on! While his college buddies score right and left, and campus hotties make tempting passes, Adam ponders an explosive question: Will Eve say "it's the right time," before he goes completely out of his mind?
Law & Order: Criminal Intent Season 9

Review Adam and Eve has an interesting premise with a lot of potential as a thoughtful, adult movie. Disheveled musician and college student Adam (Cameron Douglas, son of Michael Douglas) goes out of his way to meet the beautiful Eve (Emmanuelle Chriqui) on campus. In no time, the two are in love. Everything goes swimmingly except in the bedroom, where Eve asserts her right to remain a virgin until she's ready. Adam--though deferential--takes her requirement personally and demands to know what "ready" means. The pair go on like this for months, with Adam remaining true to his passion for Eve, despite howls of protest from his degenerate housemates (among them Jake Hoffman, son of Dustin Hoffman). Eve takes flak, too, from some of her own roomies, yet for awhile it appears Adam and Eve's story will include other young women inspired by Eve's insistence on respect behind closed doors. Unfortunately, writer-director Jeff Kanew (Revenge of the Nerds) elects not to go down that path and nearly derails the movie with inconsequential gross-out scenes at Adam's house. But the material dedicated to Adam and Eve's challenging relationship is discerning. --Tom Keogh
Law & Order: Los Angeles Season 1

Review A group of wealthy young people tours the coasts of Central America in a yacht. Irresponsibly, they play a joke on the captain and abandon him aboard one of the life boats, continuing on their own. During a drunken party, one of them gets hurt and they decide to get medical help on land. They don’t realize they have landed in a country that is in the middle of a revolution and they are captured by the rebels. The captain is able to rescue only Amy, the daughter of the owner of the yacht, but when they return home, he is fired. The authorities are unable to gain the release of the hostages and Amy, feeling guilty and concerned over her friends, convinces the captain to form a small armed commando and return to rescue the hostages.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Season 5

Review Action/Adventure
Law & Order True Crime: the Menendez Murders, Season 1

Review VHS Tapes on War Between The North/South - Patrick Swayze and Others
NYPD Blue Season 1

Review In the tradition of National Lampoon's Animal House and National Lampoon's Van Wilder comes this wildly hilarious comedy about a guy who wants to date a girl who wants to wait. Adam (Cameron Douglas) is a typical college-aged guy, which is to say he wants sex 24 hours a day. But when he meets, and falls for, Eve (Emmanuelle Chriqui) a scorchingly hot co-ed who's still very attached to her virginity, the waiting game is on! While his college buddies score right and left, and campus hotties make tempting passes, Adam ponders an explosive question: Will Eve say "it's the right time," before he goes completely out of his mind?
Vengeance: A Love Story

Review Adam and Eve has an interesting premise with a lot of potential as a thoughtful, adult movie. Disheveled musician and college student Adam (Cameron Douglas, son of Michael Douglas) goes out of his way to meet the beautiful Eve (Emmanuelle Chriqui) on campus. In no time, the two are in love. Everything goes swimmingly except in the bedroom, where Eve asserts her right to remain a virgin until she's ready. Adam--though deferential--takes her requirement personally and demands to know what "ready" means. The pair go on like this for months, with Adam remaining true to his passion for Eve, despite howls of protest from his degenerate housemates (among them Jake Hoffman, son of Dustin Hoffman). Eve takes flak, too, from some of her own roomies, yet for awhile it appears Adam and Eve's story will include other young women inspired by Eve's insistence on respect behind closed doors. Unfortunately, writer-director Jeff Kanew (Revenge of the Nerds) elects not to go down that path and nearly derails the movie with inconsequential gross-out scenes at Adam's house. But the material dedicated to Adam and Eve's challenging relationship is discerning. --Tom Keogh
Chicago Justice, Season 1

Review A group of wealthy young people tours the coasts of Central America in a yacht. Irresponsibly, they play a joke on the captain and abandon him aboard one of the life boats, continuing on their own. During a drunken party, one of them gets hurt and they decide to get medical help on land. They don’t realize they have landed in a country that is in the middle of a revolution and they are captured by the rebels. The captain is able to rescue only Amy, the daughter of the owner of the yacht, but when they return home, he is fired. The authorities are unable to gain the release of the hostages and Amy, feeling guilty and concerned over her friends, convinces the captain to form a small armed commando and return to rescue the hostages.
Conviction Season 1

Review Action/Adventure
Blue Bloods, Season 8

Review VHS Tapes on War Between The North/South - Patrick Swayze and Others

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