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Andrew Gurland and Huck Botko's bleakly comic mockumentary revolves around shallow filmmaker Andrew (Gurland), whose documentary about a doorman and his Burmese mail-order bride turns into an ...

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Ebsen finds the perfect woman via mail order, and the young man is married to Nettleton. Problems still arise for Ebsen and the newlyweds, though, resulting in a few good chuckles.

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Intrigue and danger abound aboard the overnight mail train as Oscar, a crazed musician, tries to do in judge Hallard. Hallard wouldn't grant Oscar a divorce, which was enough to incite the man to ...

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You've Got Mail - Official Trailer This love letter to NYC's eccentric Upper West Siders aspires to be sophisticated romantic trifle in which polar opposites find heaven in each other's arms.

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McQuade (Chuck Norris) is a legendary Texas Ranger who is pursuing gunrunner Rawley Wilkes (David Carradine) and his cohorts. After his ex-partner (L.Q. Jones), his dog, and his daughter are ...

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Yes, you read the rating right: G. That's because it isn't "college road trip" as in college students having wild adventures on the road. It's "college road trip" as in an overprotective dad and ...

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When Oscar Levant quipped that he knew Doris Day before she was a virgin, he was referring to her pre-PILLOW TALK career in effervescent Warner Brothers musicals like this one.

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GOLDEN GATE deserves credit for shedding light on the little-known persecution of Chinese-Americans by the FBI, and its politics gained some resonance from the anti-immigrant hysteria that swept ...

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The film's fine photography and effective use of music make GREEN CARD one of the few Disney ventures that doesn't seem like a made-for-TV movie, but the threadbare screenplay and Weir's weak ...

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To help make ends meet, the Bowling men work the woods of Mudlick, selling the carpets of moss they peel from damp logs and the ginseng and bloodroot they dig up, and Iree grows most of her own ...

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PUBLIC HOUSING is a difficult work to fully embrace. Determined by its form, there is, at times, too much of an ethnographic distance between the viewer and the film's participants.

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If all A MILLION TO JUAN had to offer were the basic premise, taken from Mark Twain's "The Million Pound Bank Note," and the simplistic romance, it could have been a John Hughes movie (though not with

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An adroitly handled movie about a nearly-perfect crime, BATON ROUGE doesn't care to create suspense with speculation about the female characters' chances of getting away with murder.

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Email Newsletters; Most Popular Shows ... Strait certainly doesn't have to stretch much to play singing star Dusty Wyatt Chandler who drops out of his big-star life to rediscover his roots ...

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GEORGE WALLACE was nominated for a number of awards, garnering Emmys for Gary Sinise, Mare Winningham, and director John Frankenheimer. (Profanity, sexual situations, adult situations, violence ...

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Latest News. The Blacklist Recap: 'Touch the Truck' Contest Is One of the Show's Greatest B-Plots Ever This was a peculiar-yet-entertaining episode with no fewer than five stories happening at once

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Birch Interval - Official Trailer A sensitive and compelling film that nobody went to see. Perhaps it was the title and the fact that there were no big names on the marquee, whatever.

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With no husband to stand in the way, West marries Cavanagh and goes off to Jolly Olde England as the wife of the Earl of Stratton. Now that's enough for two movies, but, in between all the action,

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Louis Louis (Luis Alberni) is told by Ball that he has one week to pay the back mortgage on the Hotel Louis or Ball will foreclose, but Louis is told by a milliner (Franklin Pangborn) that

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This sensitive and haunting drama, directed with sympathy for the tawdry subject, features Mae Clarke as a London chorus girl who loses her job at the onset of WW I. Desperation forces her into ...

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HOUSE PARTY 2 lacks the vibrant color, rich use of music and acute observation of black suburbia that distinguished the original film, directed and produced by Reginald and Warrington Hudlin.

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As the final semester of the 1990 school year is about to begin at Iowa's Belle Plaine High School, teacher and girl's volleyball coach Kent Stock (Sean Astin) is preparing to close one chapter of ...

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This barely funny horror spoof centers on a young pop singer, Askwith, who visits a hospital to relax from his grueling schedule, only to find it is run by the mad doctor Gough (who really hams it ...

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Forbidden Planet A superb sci-fi flick, FORBIDDEN PLANET offers an unusually intelligent script, exciting direction by Wilcox and generally good acting from a decent if rather dull cast.

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The Green Hornet. 2011; 1 HR 48 MIN; PG-13; ... he forges an unlikely alliance with Kato (Jay Chou), one of his father's star employees, and together the pair hatches a plan to pose as villains in ...

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Based on Eric Bogosian's one-act play of the same title, and set in the conservative hotbed of Dallas, Texas, TALK RADIO presents us with radio talk-show host Barry Champlain (Bogosian), a driven ...

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Released only seven months after DR. STRANGELOVE by the very same studio, the virtually identical, albeit totally serious, FAIL SAFE was a relative failure at the box office.

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LET'S MAKE LOVE is glossy, glitzy, glamorous, and critically lacking in wit. Only Monroe's luminescence and Randall's delicious underplaying redeem the proceedings--directed by George Cukor, who ...

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In England, THE WILD PARTY was released as a silent film. Within a few years Bow would be gone from the screen forever, while March would become one of filmdom's most respected thespians.

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The House Bunny - Official Trailer Not every young actress can carry an entire movie on her own shoulders, and even fewer can pull it off when the story is so forumlaic.

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Set in 1976, the year that put California wines on the oenophile map, writer-director Randall Miller's third feature is a charming comedy-drama that's surprising true to the events that inspired it.

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An excellent crime drama in the style of Raymond Chandler, James M. Cain, and Dashiell Hammett. Director-writer Lawrence Kasdan borrows liberally in style from 1940s film noir and incorporates a ...

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DRUM BEAT packs plenty of action and gives generous consideration to the Indian perspective, an attitude fostered by director Daves, who took pride in his pioneer heritage. This was the first film ...

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Close To My Heart - Trailer Unable to have children of their own, Milland and Tierney explore the possibility of adoption, but become frustrated and impatient when they learn that they may have to ...

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For all its pretensions of epic historical grandeur, THE IRON DUKE is a very episodic, claustrophobic film that fails to convey the scope of Wellington's life and times.

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Set in the year 2084, TOTAL RECALL tells the story of Doug Quaid (Schwarzenegger), a construction worker with a beautiful wife (Sharon Stone) and a nice home. This society of the future has ...

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It's a perfunctory amalgam of every urban high school melodrama you've ever seen -- BLACKBOARD JUNGLE, UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE, TO SIR WITH LOVE etc. -- with Pfeiffer as your basic ultrafeminine ex ...

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THE IRON MISTRESS is jammed with action, much of it exceedingly violent and bloody, and the Ladd-Mayo relationship is perplexing. Ladd is his usual strong, resilient self, but Mayo overacts ...

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Approached with low expectations, this juvenile exercise in hero worship is fairly enjoyable. Marco Polo (Don Diamont) vows to find his father after the elder Polo, a renowned merchant, disappears ...

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Eldest son Everett (Dermot Mulroney), the family sell-out, is a New York-based suit; pot-smoking hound-dog Ben (Luke Wilson) edits indie movies in California; big sister Susan (Elizabeth Reaser ...

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Shepard must revive a foundering smalltown bank in Hobart, Oregon, managed by Dr. Grace Murdock (Long). ... BEVERLY HILLS, from being anything special. ... FROZEN ASSETS, despite an original ...

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Ridley Scott and Steven Zaillian's sprawling account of real-life Harlem drug lord Frank Lucas' rise and fall breaks no new ground. But its vivid sense of place and time make it compulsively ...

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KISS OF DEATH features the famous scene where Udo murders a wheelchair-bound old woman by pushing her down a flight of stairs. An overnight sensation, Widmark was signed to a long-term contract by ...

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Uncle Drew makes viewers feel like they are in on some sort of inside joke with the characters in the movie and, throughout the film, they touch upon some of each player’s real-life weaknesses ...

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Lottery Ticket is another example of Cube’s acumen. The setup is as follows: Hard-working Foot Locker salesman Kevin Carson (Bow Wow) buys a lottery ticket that ends up being worth hundreds of ...

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I Smile Back is a gritty and demanding drama with an ending that, albeit potentially divisive, will stick in your gut long after the credits roll. 100 Best Shows on TV TV Guide ranks Peak TV's ...

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STEWARDESS SCHOOL takes a look at some would-be airline attendants who get involved in sky-high hijinx. Philo (Brett Cullen) is a student at pilots' school who gets thrown... read more See Also

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Wynn is a half-white woman who has grown up with the Sioux and now is one of them. In rides Brian, a Swedish immigrant who's trying to start a ranch in the area.

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This was a joint venture by McQueen's Solar Productions and Joseph E. Levine's Embassy Pictures, one that unexpectedly met with box-office approval, gleaning well over $5 million in its initial ...

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Delicious, and delectable Audrey's Oscar-winning American debut. But not such a difficult feat with William Wyler backing you up. The secret is in the way Wyler, who had been away from comedy for ...

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Legally Blonde The slim chance of being accepted to any law school, let alone Harvard, doesn't dissuade CULA (as in L.A.) co-ed Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) from applying.

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GUARDING TESS could be described as a small movie: except for one scene, it never leaves the borders of Ohio, and it's essentially a two-character picture.

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Home on the Range The last of Disney's traditionally (rather than computer) animated films is a rootin' tootin' send-up of classic Westerns, with a generous helping of Looney Toons flair and wit.

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It's been nearly 10 years since director Kimberly Peirce made her shattering debut with BOYS DON'T CRY, but it's been worth the wait. Peirce's second feature is a fictional tale of the real-life ...

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