Medicine Man (film)

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Medicine Man is a 1992 American adventure drama film directed by American action director John McTiernan.wikipedia
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Lorraine Bracco

The film stars Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco, and features an acclaimed score by veteran composer Jerry Goldsmith.
Her other films include Someone to Watch Over Me, Riding in Cars with Boys, The Basketball Diaries, Medicine Man, Radio Flyer, and Hackers.

Jerry Goldsmith

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The film stars Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco, and features an acclaimed score by veteran composer Jerry Goldsmith.
In 1992, Goldsmith also composed a critically acclaimed score for the medical drama Medicine Man.

Tom Schulman

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Tom Schulman's script was purchased for $2.5 million with a further $1 million spent on rewrites by Sally Robinson and Tom Stoppard.
The Sean Connery drama Medicine Man, originally entitled The Stand, proved a critical failure.

Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress

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Lorraine Bracco's performance in the film earned her a nomination for the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress.

José Wilker

In 1992 he worked in Medicine Man along with Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco.

Andrew G. Vajna

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John McTiernan directed Cinergi's first production, Medicine Man.

John McTiernan

Medicine Man is a 1992 American adventure drama film directed by American action director John McTiernan.
He directed Medicine Man (1992), about a medical researcher in a rainforest, starring Sean Connery.

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

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In 1992, Buena Vista made production loans totaling $5.6 million to Cinergi Pictures for its film Medicine Man and its 1994 films Renaissance Man and Color of Night and were distributing Cinergi's films.

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Cinergi Pictures

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Cinergi's first production, Medicine Man starring Oscar-winner Sean Connery, was followed by Tombstone and Renaissance Man, starring Danny DeVito.

Pharmaceutical industry

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A pharmaceutical company sends biochemist Dr. Rae Crane (Bracco) into the Amazonian rainforest to locate researcher Robert Campbell (Connery), after his wife and research partner abandon him.

Amazon rainforest

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A pharmaceutical company sends biochemist Dr. Rae Crane (Bracco) into the Amazonian rainforest to locate researcher Robert Campbell (Connery), after his wife and research partner abandon him.

Cancer research

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Campbell has found a "cure for cancer", but attempts to synthesize the compound have failed.

Logging

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A logging company is building a road headed straight for the village, threatening to expose the native population to potentially lethal foreign pathogens, as has happened before.

Indigenous (ecology)

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In desperation and after new samples fail to contain the missing compound, Crane runs the chromatograph one more time and accidentally discovers that the source of the cure is not the flower but a species of rare ant indigenous to the rainforest.

Sean Connery

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The film stars Sean Connery and Lorraine Bracco, and features an acclaimed score by veteran composer Jerry Goldsmith.

Tom Stoppard

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Tom Schulman's script was purchased for $2.5 million with a further $1 million spent on rewrites by Sally Robinson and Tom Stoppard.

Catemaco

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Production started March 4, 1991 in the Mexican jungle near Catemaco and was completed in July.

Varèse Sarabande

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The soundtrack was released February 4, 1994 through Varèse Sarabande and features fourteen tracks.

El Capitan Theatre

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The film premiered at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles on February 5, 1992.

Rotten Tomatoes

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Medicine Man maintains a 19% rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 21 reviews.