Pauly Shore Is Dead movie trailer - starring Snoop Dogg, Ellen DeGeneres, Pauly Shore, Thomas Chong, Fred Durst. Directed by Pauly Shore. Theatrical Release Date: 9/24/2004
From Ice Cube, the star of such hits as Are We There Yet?, Are We Done Yet? and First Sunday, comes a feel-good family comedy, THE LONGSHOTS -- a hilarious and heartwarming story of the the first and only girl quarterback in Pop Warner football history. Curtis Plummer (Ice Cube) - a down-on-his-luck former high school football star - turns his niece, Jasmine (Keke Palmer from Akeelah & The Bee), into the quarterback of the local team, the Minden Browns, and gets his stride back when he becomes the team coach. With Curtis as their new leader and their pigtail-wearing star player, this team of misfits wins its way to the the Pop Warner Super Bowl and the small city of Minden, Illinois, is ignited with team spirit, town pride and the glory it once knew.
Sorry, Haters movie trailer - starring Josh Hamilton, Elodie Bouchez, Sandra Oh, Robin Wright, Aasif Mandvi, Abdel Kechiche. Directed by Jeff Stanzler. Theatrical Release Date: 3/1/2006
Rating: Not Rated
Well, it's not AWFUL we suppose.
Fred Durst comin’ back with a new album kid! Hard CupKaKe
Comin’ at ya! Fall 08 baby!
Yer freakin me out you wear a mask!
Ever wondered what your favorite stars look like without their make-up?! We've got the answers.
Billy Ray Cyrus brings out surprise guest Fred Durst to bring it home with 'Lately.'
In this directorial debut, Fred Durst tells a coming-of-age tale about Charlie Banks' (Jesse Eisenberg) sheltered world and how it is shaken when an old acquaintance (Jason Ritter) with a violent past unexpectedly shows up at his dorm room.
The Longshots -- Trailer 1
The Longshots -- When Curtis Plummer (Ice Cube), a down on his luck former high school football star, takes the only job he can find, babysitting his misfit niece Jasmine (Keke Palmer), he discovers that she has the skills that once made him a great quarterback.
Sorry, Haters -- In this political thriller, a cabbie has a chance meeting with an embittered TV exec (Robin Wright Penn) and shows how anxiety and fear still grip post-9/11 New York City.
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