An IRS auditor suddenly finds himself the subject of narration only he can hear: narration that begins to effect his entire life, from his work, to his love-interest, to his death.
A socially isolated IRS agent whose every move is documented by a disembodied female voice discovers that his life is the subject of a book currently being written by a best-selling author, who has decided to kill him off.
Chicago weatherman David Spritz (Nicolas Cage) is living the life most of us dream of: he's a celebrity, makes a six-figure salary working two hours a day, and is on the short list for the meteorologist job on a national morning show. But his professional successes are overshadowed by his personal failures. He's divorced from his wife, his kids are slipping away from him and even his Pulitzer Prize-winning father (Michael Caine) won't take him seriously.
A Chicago weatherman who is separated from his wife and children, debates whether professional and personal success are mutually exclusive.
A television weatherman, despite making a lot of money, finds his personal life falling apart. He lives in the shadow of a successful father, he's divorced from his wife, and his relationship with his children is tenuous at best.
This outrageous comedy stars Richard Dreyfuss (Mr.. Holland's Opus) and sexy Jenna Elfman (TV's Dharma and Greg), who discover that primitive culture is as close as your own backyard! Instead of documenting a previously unknown trible in New Guinea, Professor James Krippendorf (Dreyfuss) has blown the last two years ... and all his grant money ... rearing his out-of-control kids! Desperate to bluff his way past impatient colleagues, Krippendorf decides to focus his camera on the wildest tribe he can find: his own outragoues offspring! With a top cast including Lily Tomlin (Disney's The Kid) -- you'll find the crowd-pleasing lengths taken to pull off this hoax absolutely hilarious!
The director of legendary cult/camp classic The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes brings us the fantasy farce “Sour Grapes” (a/k/a “Happy Hour.”) In this film, a Coors-like beer manufacturer stumbles onto a secret ingredient that compels the guzzlers of America to consume its product exclusively. The complication: the magic formula has been stolen by a rival brewery. The original beermeisters send Rich Little out to steal back the formula, while the rival company dispatches Jamie Farr to prevent Little from completing his mission. Upon meeting one another, Rich and Jamie discover that they're old college chums and former student activists. Together, Little and Farr attempt to foil the mercenary machinations of both beer companies.
Steven Weber (TV's "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," "The Shining" miniseries) is Evan, a successful doctor. Craig Bierko ("Cinderella Man," "Kate & Leopold") is Richie, his perennial loser cousin. On a trip to Atlantic City, a desperate Richie borrows two quarters from Evan and hits a slot machine jackpot worth half a million dollars. When the cousins return to New York, however, they can't agree on a way to split up the winnings, and the resulting fracas threatens to break up their family, and ruin Evan's livelihood. Written and directed by "Seinfeld" co-creator, and the man behind the Emmy-winning TV series "Curb Your Enthusiasm," Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Larry David.
A professor given a grant to document a tribe in New Guinea finds himself far more immersed in his family's antics than in research. Desperate to appease his impatient colleagues, he attempts to pass his own offspring off as a wilderness tribe!
Steven Weber and Craig Bierko see their friendship go sour after one wins a slots jackpot with two quarters bummed from the other.
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