“I’m an actor – it’s not brain surgery. If I do my job right, people won’t ask for their money back.” Last October Sir Thomas Sean “Big Tam” Connery left this earth for better pastures. Now that we’re open once more it’s time to give the man a long overdue send off with four films that highlight his versatile career. Being the first (and most iconic) James Bond pigeonholed Connery as a handsome and suave caricature instead of a serious actor. But even during his stint as 007, Connery perfected his craft and collaborated with some of Hollywood’s biggest directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Sidney Lumet, John Huston and yes, Michael Bay resulting in an impressive body of work. Starting July 19th, we’ll screen four films that highlight his range as a performer and hopefully also sheds some light on his lesser known work.
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1996 | Michael Bay |Info + Trailers
FBI chemical warfare expert Stanley Goodspeed (Nicolas Cage) is sent on an urgent mission with a former British spy, John Patrick Mason (Sean Connery), to stop Gen. Francis X. Hummel...