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John Boorman

Director, Actor

Catch Us If You CanCatch Us If You Can (1965)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Dave Clark, Barbara Ferris, Lenny Davidson
Surprisingly downbeat comedy vehicle for pop band the Dave Clark Five sees a stuntman (Clark) for a pro–meat commercial run away with its star…
Point BlankPoint Blank (1967) Aro Favourite
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, Keenan Wynn
Fascinating, at times jarring, thriller has underworld hitman Lee Marvin hunting for those who double–crossed him in The Organisation, only to…
Hell in the PacificHell in the Pacific (1968) Recommended
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Lee Marvin, Toshiro Mifune
American GI Lee Marvin encounters lone Japanese soldier Toshiro Mifune on a remote Pacific island. A series of tense confrontations unfolds, expertly…
DeliveranceDeliverance (1972) Aro Favourite
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Burt Reynolds, Jon Voight, Ned Beatty
Four businessmen encounter the dark side of both human and mother nature on their weekend canoe trip in the deep South. Aided by that unmistakable…
ZardozZardoz (1974)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Sean Connery, Charlotte Rampling
Sean Connery stars in this enigmatic, garish space odyssey about a group of eternally young intellectuals in the year 2293. The bizarre visual…
Exorcist II - The HereticExorcist II - The Heretic (1977)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Linda Blair
Infamously choatic sequel bares little relation to its predecessor other than Linda Blair remaining possessed in a reprise of her role. Hallucinatory…
ExcaliburExcalibur (1981)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Nigel Terry, Nicol Williamson, Nicholas Clay
The King Arthur legend is given a fanciful, dynamic spin by a director at his creative peak in an epic fantasy tale of sorcery and magic.
Emerald Forest, TheEmerald Forest, The (1985)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Powers Boothe, Meg Foster
Sumptuous Amazon adventure story concerns an one man's struggle to find his son, kidnapped ten years earlier and initiated into a primitive society.
Hope and GloryHope and Glory (1987)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Sebastian Rice-Edwards, Geraldine Muir
Well–crafted account of Dir. Boorman's childhood in wartime London.
Where the Heart IsWhere the Heart Is (1990)
Dir. John Boorman
Feat. Uma Thurman, Crispin Glover, Dabney Coleman
Trendy New York teens are forced out of their parents house to live in a ramshackle dump, and learn the ways of the real world. Kooky fun.

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