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Infinite Justice: 10 Movie Collection [2 Discs] [DVD]

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Infinite Justice
The Million Dollar Hijack
The President's Plane Is Missing
A crisis ensues when Air Force One crashes while on a flight out west, apparently killing all those aboard, including President Jeremy Haines (Tod Andrews). The United States is in the midst of a confrontation with China that could lead to a nuclear war between the two countries, and the government is now in the hands of Vice President Kermit Madigan (Buddy Ebsen), a not too intelligent or sophisticated man, who was deliberately kept out of the loop. His confidence on foreign policy issues virtually nil, Madigan seeks to carry out Haines's intended policy in confronting the Chinese but gets two completely different accounts of what that policy was to be. Secretary of State Freeman Sharkey (Raymond Massey), a career diplomat, claims that Haines was pursuing firm but peaceful containment of the problem, while National Security advisor George Oldenburg (Rip Torn) says that Haines was ready to go eyeball-to-eyeball with the Chinese and go to war if necessary -- and Oldenburg quickly picks up on how to gain Madigan's confidence. As if Madigan doesn't have enough problems, the stunned Washington community cannot help but openly doubt his competence, while his ambitious wife (Mercedes McCambridge) sees this unfolding tragedy as a way for herself and her husband to finally get some respect and settle a few scores with those who belittled the Second Couple. Even more troubling, as the search teams comb the wreckage, another mystery ensues -- they can't seem to find the president's body. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

Gangster Story
Actor Walter Matthau directed his first and only feature film with the black-and-white crime drama Gangster Story. In an unusual noncomedic role, Matthau plays Jack Martin, a local gangster who wants to run his own crime syndicate in the neighborhood run by Earl Dawson (Bruce McFarlan). They eventually team up and plan a heist. Carol Grace plays the reform-minded girlfriend. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

Ice
Don't worry: former porn queen Traci Lords was "of age" when she starred in Ice. Lords and Phillip Troy play a husband-and-wife team of thieves who steal a fortune in diamonds. Problem is, they've stolen it from a mob kingpin. Before the film's halfway point, Lords is going it alone, running helter-skelter across the country from the mob boss' gunmen with the "ice" in tow. Inasmuch as this is a chase film, it's altogether appropriate that the screenwriter of Ice is one Sean Dash. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Frame of Mind
Actor/director Carl T. Evans pulls double duty on both sides of the camera to weave this paranoid tale of a New Jersey police detective who stumbles into a far-reaching government conspiracy. Evans teams with screenwriter/producer Charles Kipps to pen an original screenplay, and Chris Noth co-stars as a college professor who remains skeptical of the detective's outrageous claims. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Kansas City Massacre
In this sequel to Melvin Purvis, G-Man, Dale Robertson returns as the crime fighter, who must battle such notorious gangsters as Pretty Boy Floyd, John Dillinger and Baby Face Nelson. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Spenser: The Judas Goat
In this made-for-TV movie spun off from the series Spenser: For Hire, Robert Urich returns as private eye Spenser. Here, Spencer and his partner Hawk (Avery Brooks) are hired by Hugh Dixon (Leon Pownall) to find out who murdered his wife and children. Spenser and Hawk's investigation eventually leads them to a white supremacist terrorist who is plotting the assassination of a prominent African leader. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Booster
His brother facing conviction for armed robbery, Simon (Nico Stone) agrees to commit a series of similar heists in order to create reasonable doubt, and ensure an acquittal. But in preparing to carry out the crimes, he experiences an intense crisis of conscience. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave
Not only is the teeming metropolis of Isola in the grips of its worst heat wave in history, but the city is also in the thrall of a serial rapist who is targeting his previous victims. Hoping to stop the predator in his tracks, police detective Eileen Burke (Erika Eleniak) goes undercover, posing as one of those prior victims -- only to be raped for real by the elusive assailant. Thus does the search for the perpetrator become a personal mission, especially for Eileen's detective boyfriend, Bert Kling (Paul Johansson). Along the way, the media's culpability in making celebrities out of scumbag criminals is carefully scrutinized, dissected, and condemned. Inspired by Evan Hunter's popular "87th Precinct" novels (written under Hunter's nom de plume , Ed McBain), this made-for-TV thriller features most of Hunter's familiar recurring characters, among them detectives Meyer Meyer (Paul Ben-Victor) and Steve Carella (Dale Midkiff), as well as Carella's deaf-mute wife, Teddy (Andrea Ferrell). Ed McBain's 87th Precinct: Heatwave made its ABC network bow on January 12, 1997. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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