The secret US abduction of a suspected terrorist leads to a wave of terrorist attacks in New York that lead to the declaration of martial law.
The legend of 1940's gangster Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegal, who, influenced by a beautiful woman, initiated the gambling mecca of Las Vegas by building the Flamingo Hotel. Nominated for many Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
Calvin (Paul Dano) is a young novelist who achieved phenomal success early in his career but is now struggling with his writing - as well as his romantic life. Finally, he makes a breakthrough and creates a character named Ruby who inspires him. When Calvin finds Ruby (Zoe Kazan), in the flesh, sitting on his couch about a week later, he is completely flabbergasted that his words have turned into a living, breathing person.
The Kids Are All Right is the heartfelt new comedy from acclaimed director Lisa Cholodenko, starring Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, and Mark Ruffalo. Two teenaged children (Alice in Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska and Journey to the Center of the Earth's Josh Hutcherson) get the notion to seek out their biological father and introduce him into the family life that their two mothers (Bening and Moore) have built for them. Once the donor (Ruffalo) is found, the household will never be the same, as family ties are defined, re-defined, and re-re-defined. The New York Times raves that it's "a generous, nearly note-perfect portrait of a modern family," and Entertainment Weekly calls the movie "funny, smart and sexy!"
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Kristen Wiig stars as Imogene, a failed New York playwright awkwardly navigating the transition from Next Big Thing to Last Year's News. After both her career and relationship hit the skids, she's forced to make the humiliating move back home to New Jersey with her eccentric mother and younger brother (Annette Bening and Christopher Fitzgerald). Adding further insult to injury, there's a strange man sleeping in her old bedroom (Darren Criss) and an even stranger man sleeping in her mother's bed (Matt Dillon). Through it all, Imogene eventually realizes that as part of her rebuilding process she must finally come to love and accept both her family and her Jersey roots if she's ever going to be stable enough to get the hell away from them.
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What happens when you combine a glittering all-star cast, headed up by Meg Ryan and Annette Bening; celebrated comedy writer/director Diane English ("Murphy Brown"); and the gilded world of New York sophisticates? The answer is THE WOMEN, a sparkling cocktail of female camaraderie, marital manners and sweet revenge based on Clare Boothe Luce's 1936 stage play. The film whisks us into the clubby sandbox of 21st Century Manhattan society, where the publishing, fashion and finance industries play. It's a universe of Blahniks and business meetings, custom-blended manicures and charity committees, sexy restaurants and serious money. At the center of the tale is Ryan's character, Mary Haines, a thoroughly modern woman suddenly faced with an age-old dilemma: a two-timing husband. Naturally, her loyal girlfriends rally to her side with advice, support and the odd reconnaissance mission. But when her best pal makes a Faustian bargain, a private matter becomes public knowledge and it's not only a marriage that's in trouble.
The American President starring David Paymer, Annette Bening, Michael Douglas, Martin Sheen, Michael J. Fox, Samantha Mathis
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