Henry Thomas

E.T. The Extraterrestrial (1982)

Rated PG

Steven Spielberg’s 1982 smash hit tells the heartwarming story of the special bond 10-year-old Elliot  forges with an alien he names E.T. The adventures they share as Elliot tries to hide his new friend and E.T. tries to get back to his planet (“E.T. phone home!”) provide plenty of action, laughter and tears.

A Good Baby (1998)

Rated NR

While hiking the back roads of a North Carolina hamlet, Raymond Toker finds an abandoned baby. Toker decides to rear the infant himself when no one in town claims the tyke. His decision soon becomes a bone of contention for Josephine Priddy — a local beauty who loves Toker but not the baby. The arrival of enigmatic huckster Truman Lester  begins to shed light on the child’s identity.

The Hard Easy (2005)

Rated R

Paul Weston and his crew have the perfect jewel heist planned. Every detail has been organized, every contingency prepared for, except one: Roger Hargitay and his team have the same plan. On one fateful night, the perfect robbery spins out of control as both gangs fight for a single goal.

I’m With Lucy (2002)

Rated R

Lucy is your typical New Yorker — neurotic, allergic and single. She reflects on five blind dates she went on in the past year and is now on the way to the altar with one of them. Will it be the shy entomologist, the sexy writer, the former baseball player, the clean-cut computer guy or the athletic physical therapist?

 Legends of the Fall (1994)

Rated R

The rugged Ludlow clan — father William and brothers Alfred, Tristan and Samuel — splinters when Sam goes off to fight in World War I despite his father’s opposition. To protect Sam, his siblings follow suit. But their efforts fall short, and tragedy ensues. Upon returning home, Alfred and Tristan face a new battle when both fall for Sam’s beautiful fiancée.

synopsis by Netflix.

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