Michael Clarke Duncan (1957-2012)

(1957-2012)

 The Green Mile (1999) Rated R

On death row in a Southern prison, gentle giant John Coffey possesses the
mysterious power to heal people’s ailments. When the cellblock’s head guard
recognizes Coffey’s miraculous gift, he tries desperately to help stave off the
man’s execution.

 Brother Bear (2003) Rated G

In Disney’s animated adventure, the son of an Indian chief
killed by a bear vows vengeance but is transformed by spirits into the very
thing he sought to slay. Seeing the world through a bear’s eyes, the young man
learns valuable lessons about the cycle of life.

 The Island (2005) Rated PG-13

Two members of a futuristic colony hope to win “the lottery,” a contest in which
the prize is a trip to a utopian island. But a startling discovery about the
nature of this destination, and their existence, leads them to stage a desperate
escape.

 School for Scoundrels (2006) Rated UR

A hapless meter reader signs up for a confidence-building course to
acquire the self-assurance he needs to win the hand of his dream girl, but the class turns out to be a bust when it becomes clear that the teacher has designs on the same woman.

 The Finder (2011) Rated NR

Created as a spinoff from the hit crime series “Bones,” this offbeat detective
drama stars Geoff Stults as Walter Sherman, a brilliant but troubled Army
veteran whose rare talent for finding people makes him vital to criminal
investigations.

synopsis by Netflix.

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