Tony Scott (1944-2012)



 Deja Vu (2006) Rated PG-13

ATF agent Doug Carlin finds himself dogged by feelings of déjà vu as he
investigates a bombing on a New Orleans ferry. Should he shrug off the
unsettling sensation, or can it help him unravel the clues he needs to save
hundreds of innocent people?

 Spy Game (2001) Rated R

In this espionage thriller from director Tony Scott, veteran spy Nathan Muir
is on the verge of retiring from the CIA when he learns that
his one-time protégé and close friend, Tom Bishop, is a political
prisoner sentenced to die in Beijing. Although their friendship has been marred
by bad blood and resentment, Muir agrees to take on the most dangerous mission
of his career and rescue Bishop.

 Top Gun (1986) Rated PG

Tom Cruise stars as a hotshot fly boy who struggles to control himself,
responsibility and a steamy love affair while competing at the U.S. Navy’s
fighter-weapons school, better known as Top Gun.

 Days of Thunder (1990) Rated PG-13

Talented but unproven stock car driver Cole Trickle turns heads on the track.
The young hotshot develops a rivalry with a fellow racer that leads to an
accident. But with the help of his doctor, Cole just might overcome his injuries
— and his fears.

 Crimson Tide (1995) Rated R

Controversy boils over when Soviet rebels point nuclear weapons at the United
States, and a message for the nuclear-missile sub USS Alabama gets cut off
during transmission. Will the Alabama prevent a nuclear holocaust, or start one?

Synopsis by Netflix.


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