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Memorial Day

Memorial Day
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Memorial Day is a United States federal holiday that is observed on the last Monday of May (most recently observed May 29, 2006). It was formerly known as Decoration Day. This holiday commemorates U.S. men and women who have died in military service to their country. It began first to honor Union soldiers who died during the American Civil War. After World War I, it expanded to include those who died in any war or military action. One of the longest standing traditions is the running of the Indianapolis 500, which has been held in conjunction with Memorial Day since 1911.

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Memorial Day Movie

Memorial Day (Movie)

Year: 1999
MPAA Rating: R
Parental Rating: Cautionary; some scenes objectionable
Star Rating:
Country of Origin: U.S.
Genre: Action; Martial Arts
Format: Color
Production Co(s).: Royal Oaks Entertainment
Released By: Artisan Entertainment
Running Time: 95


Jeff Speakman: Ed Downey
Fredrick Coffin: Stuart Lancaster
Stephanie Niznik: Robin
Bruce Weitz: Jules
Paul Mantee: Willard
Mongo Brownlee: Peter
Oscar Dillon: Carpenter
Jeffrey King: Jack Mason
Rob La Belle: Baker
Bart Mc Carthy: Dr. Garrison
Jeff Rosenthal: Floor Director
Lou Voiler: Andreas
Mark Vahanian: Visiting Doctor


Ashok Amritraj: Producer
Andrew Stevens: Producer
Alan B. Bursteen: Exec. Producer
Worth Keeter: Director
Steve Latshaw: Writer
John Bergstresser: Editor
Candi Gutteres: Production Designer
Joey Paul: Casting
David Waelder: Sound
Brick Price: Special Effects
Dale Newkirk: Special Effects
Brett Newkirk: Special Effects
Bonnie Stauch: Costumes
Marjolein Moore: Make Up
Rick Avery: Stunts
W. Doyle Smith: Cinematographer

Full Review - Memorial Day

Media personality Stuart Lancaster (Frederick Coffin) is a Rush Limbaugh-type blowhard who's running for President on an anti-domestic terrorism ticket. In reality, however, he's the hapless dupe of military Machiavellians who, masquerading as foreign Red 5 extremists, blow up U.S. rockets, subs and satellites in order to fabricate a xenophobic panic that'll allow them to control our destinies. As the election draws nearer, an ex-soldier turned government assassin named Ed Downey (Jeff Speakman) is enlisted to terminate Lancaster and thus create a patriotic martyr. Afterwards, Downey will get bumped off just like Lee Harvey Oswald. What this right-wing splinter group wasn't counting on, however, was that Downey would get wise to their evil scheme and have a change of heart. After convincing TV news-hen Robin (Stephanie Niznik) to help expose their subterfuge, Downey must save Lancaster's life and persuade him to accept a 360 degree change of ideology. Holy Patriot Missiles! Another military conspiracy thriller? You can't trust anyone these days, especially schlocky screenwriters. It used to be that every other action flick ripped off THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME, but these days the video marketplace is clogged with adventures about Pentagon and CIA zealots who detest defense budget cuts and yearn for the days when you could blame everything on the Commies. Where are Colin Powell and Norman Schwarzkopf when you need them? --Robert Pardi

Source: Memorial Day Movie Review

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