Kino Lorber’s Studio Classics line showcases contemporary favorites from the past couple of decades. The latest offerings from KL Studio Classics are the following titles:
Robert Redford, Debra Winger, and Daryl Hannah star in this comedy/drama that jabs at the worlds of art and jurisprudence. Tom Logan (Redford) and Laura Kelly (Winger) are two lawyers from opposite sides of the courtroom who become unexpected allies when they come to the aid of Chelsea Deardon (Hannah), a young woman charged with stealing one of her father’s paintings. Brian Dennehy, Terence Stamp also star; Ivan Reitman directs.
Frightfully funny comedy follows tabloid reporters Jack Harrison (Jeff Goldblum) and Gil Turner (Ed Begley, Jr.) to Transylvania for a scoop on the apparent return of Frankenstein’s Monster. Jack and Gil soon find themselves crossing paths with a host of kooky characters, among them sexy vampire vixen Odette (Geena Davis). Co-stars Joseph Bologna, John Byner, Carol Kane, and Michael Richards.
Set shortly after the end of the Depression, this sequel follows con man Fargo Gondorff (Jackie Gleason) as he is released from prison and returns to his scheming ways. As he and cohort Jake Hooker (Mac Davis) contend with pretty crook Veronica (Teri Garr), they plot a boxing scam aimed at hoodwinking banker Doyle Lonnegan (Oliver Reed) and a local racketeer. With Karl Malden, José Pérez.
You’ve seen lovers that were made for each other before…but never like romantic robots Val (Andy Kaufman) and Aqua (Bernadette Peters). When the mechanized servants fall in love with one another, they go on the run in order to find happiness, with a police robot called Crimebuster in hot pursuit. Futuristically funny rom-com also stars Randy Quaid, Christopher Guest, Kenneth McMillan, Melanie Mayron, and the great Dick Miller.