Self-absorbed Jamie and free-spirited Crystal Fairy find themselves locked in a battle of wills on a journey to find a hallucinogenic cactus.
Michael Cera stars in a hilarious comedy about an obnoxious American and a girl named Crystal Fairy (Gaby Hoffman) who take a hallucinogen on a trip through Chile.
Michael Cera and Gaby Hoffman star in a hilarious comedy about an American traveling abroad.
Three sisters struggle with love, family and the American Dream in Todd Solondz's hilarious new film starring Allison Janney and Charlotte Rampling.
Winner of the Best Picture and Best Screenplay awards at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, "You Can Count on Me" has been hailed as "the best American movie this year." Laura Linney, in her Oscar nominated role, and Mark Ruffalo star as grown-up siblings who couldn't be more different. While conservative Sammy (Linney) stayed in her quiet hometown, rebellious Terry (Ruffalo) was on the road, drifting in and out of trouble. When Terry suddenly comes to visit, his presence has a profound influence on Sammy's world. As Terry forms a special friendship with Sammy's precocious eight-year-old son, Rudy (Rory Culkin), Sammy rediscovers her passion for life, entertaining a marriage proposal from her boyfriend (Jon Tenney) while having a fling with her boss (Matthew Broderick). But when Terry's behavior become disruptive, Sammy must finally confront the choices of the past...and make new ones to renew her family's future.
Documentary-style film-within-a-film, examines the burgeoning influence of the urban hip-hop scene on middle-class kids.
The trials and tribulations of wealthy young Manhattanites and their sexual coming of age, a romantic comedy set at an Upper East Side prep school. Three young women come together in college and quickly determine that one has never had an orgasm, they quickly decide that they are going to make sure she has one. The three then set out on sexual adventures.
A single mother's life is thrown into turmoil after her struggling, rarely-seen younger brother returns to town.
The film examines the burgeoning influence of the urban rap scene on middle-class high school kids.
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