Director: Penny Marshall
Writer(s): Oliver Sacks, Steven Zaillian
Starring: Robert De Niro, Robin Williams, Julie Kavner, Ruth Nelson, John Heard, Penelope Ann Miller, Alice Drummond, Judith Malina, Barton Heyman, George Martin, Anne Meara, Richard Libertini, Laura Esterman, Dexter Gordon, Jayne Haynes, Le Clanché du Rand, Yusef Bulos, Steven Randazzo, Gloria Harper, Gwyllum Evans, Mary Catherine Wright, Mary Alice, Keith Diamond, Steve Vinovich, Tiger Haynes, John Christopher Jones, Bradley Whitford, Max von Sydow, Harvey Miller, Tanya Berezin, Peter Stormare, Shane Fistell, Waheedah Ahmad, Charles Keating, Christina Huertes, Linda Burns, Judy Jacksina, Gary Tacon, Rico Elias, Mel Gorham, Chris Carolan, Debra Kovner-Zaks, Max Rabinowitz, Gordon Joseph Weiss, Byron Utley, Anthony McGowen, Paul Montgomery, Leonard Tepper, Vincent Pastore, Howard Feller, Libby Titus, Michael Hyde, Tomislav Novakovic, Adam Bryant, Anthony J. Nici, Oliver Block, Buck Smith, Joan E. MacIntosh, Harry L. Seddon, Vin Diesel, Heather Rose Dominic, Tom Farrell, Michael Hurley, Doris McCarthy, James Medina, Jack Mulcahy, Sherry Pagán, Jan Saint
Synopsis: The victims of an encephalitis epidemic many years ago have been catatonic ever since, but now a new drug offers the prospect of reviving them.
Release Date: January 11, 1991 (USA)| Length: 121 min | Genre: Biography, Drama | Rating: PG-13
Note: Vin Diesel actually IS in this movie. It’s only for a few seconds, but it’s definately him. Time/Frame: 1:30:39.