Jerry O’Connell

 Crossing Jordan (2001) Rated TV-14

When Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh returns to Boston from Los Angeles to resume her career in the coroner’s office, she reunites with her ex-cop father, Max, and uses unorthodox but effective methods to solve baffling crimes. Jordan’s most pressing case is the murder of her mother, and she’s aided by her gruff boss and her on-again, off-again love interest, Detective Woody Hoyt.

 Jerry Maguire (1996) Rated R

After years of successfully navigating the shark-infested waters of sports management, Jerry Maguire experiences a crisis of conscience and leaves his high-powered job behind, with one loyal football client and a starry-eyed co-worker in tow. An irresistible little boy  adds the icing on the cake to this sweet, heartfelt Best Picture nominee.

 Kangaroo Jack (2003) Rated PG

Charlie and Louis, two longtime friends from Brooklyn, are bothersome to mob kingpin Sal, who’s Charlie’s stepdad. So Sal sends the hapless duo to Australia to deliver $100,000 — which they accidentally give to a renegade kangaroo. Afraid of their fate if they fail in their task, they’re forced to chase the runaway ‘roo and find the money, even if it means heading deep into the Outback.

 Sliders (1995) Rated NR

Physics graduate student Quinn Mallory gets more than he bargained for when he creates a device that thrusts him into a seemingly endless parade of parallel universes in this thought-provoking sci-fi series that co-stars John Rhys-Davies. As Quinn and his best friend, Wade Welles, and Prof. Maximillian Arturo slide through time and space, they grapple with historical oddities, natural disasters and aliens.

 Stand By Me (1986) Rated R

In this Rob Reiner dramatization of Stephen King’s novella The Body, a writer tells the story of how four boys sought adventure and heroism in the Oregon woods with their search for a missing teen’s dead body in the 1950s. What they uncover about themselves along the way, however, means even more.

Synopsis by Netflix.

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