Unless a company reports quarterly results that stray wildly from expectations, it's best to keep a long-term view on a stock, according to Morningstar's Heather Brilliant.
Tayler Carson Sandvick and Gregg Asher find themselves in an awkward position when a mother decides she wants the dress they picked out for her daughter, in this scene from Episode 1 (Half-Pint's Judging Me!) of Million Dollar Shoppers.
The U.S. women's soccer team is back in the Olympic gold medal match after a wild come-from-behind 4-3 win over Canada with a goal in the final minute of extra time. It was UNC's Heather O'Reilly who served up the game-winning assist to Alex Morgan.
The girls enlist in a strip dancing exercise class to help them lose weight.
The brides tell the story of how they met their husbands-to-be.
Heather and the ATM team surprise Wayde with a tank of his own for his birthday.
Cherry is about Angelina (Ashley Hinshaw), an 18-year-old girl on the verge of finishing high school. Angelina's family life is difficult. Her mother (Lili Taylor) is an alcoholic and her step-father is violent and unpredictable. One morning her boyfriend (Jonny Weston) suggests she take naked pictures for money. She balks at first but then does the photo shoot, using the money to run-off with her best friend (Dev Patel) to San Francisco. In San Francisco, while cocktailing in a strip club, Angelina meets Frances (James Franco) a well-off lawyer who offers to introduce her to a different kind of world, a place full of expensive dresses and fancy parties. But that world is not as perfect as it first appears and Frances has problems of his own. At the same time Angelina, using the moniker Cherry, has begun exploring the San Francisco porn industry under the direction of Margaret (Heather Graham) a former performer turned adult film director.
Looney Tunes: Back In Action movie trailer - starring Joan Cusack, Steve Martin, Brendan Fraser, Timothy Dalton, Heather Locklear, Jenna Elfman. Directed by Joe Dante. Genre: Comedy
Kissing Jessica Stein movie trailer - starring Tovah Feldshuh, Scott Cohen, Jennifer Westfeldt, Heather Juergensen, Heather Jurgensen, Jackie Hoffman. Directed by Charles Herman-Wurmfeld. Genre: Comedy
From a snowy small town in Northern Michigan to the mountains of Afghanistan and back, WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM follows the four-year journey of childhood
friends, forever changed by a faraway war.
A documentary about growing up, WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM, is an intimate look at the young men who fight our wars and the families and town they come from.
Returning to her hometown, Director Heather Courtney gains extraordinary access following these young men as they grow and change from teenagers stuck in their
town, to 23-year-old veterans facing the struggles of returning home.
Enticed by a $20,000 signing bonus and the college tuition support, best friends Dominic and Cole join the National Guard after graduating from their rural high school. After persuading several of their friends to join them, the young men are sent to Afghanistan, where they spend their days sweeping for roadside bombs. By the time their deployment ends, they are no longer the carefree group of friends they
were before enlisting; repeated bombs blowing up around their convoys have led to the new silent signature wound of the Afghan war, Traumatic Brain Injury, and they have all become increasingly disillusioned about their mission. The challenges really begin to surface when they return to their families and communities in Michigan and try to fit back into their daily routines. WHERE SOLDIERS COME FROM looks beyond the guns and policies of an ongoing war to examine the war’s effect on parents, loved ones and the whole community when young people go off to fight.
Childhood's End movie trailer - starring Sam Trammell, Heather Gottlieb, Cameron Foord, Brigget White, Colleen Werthmann, Bridget White. Directed by Jeff Lipsky. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
You Belong To Me movie trailer - starring Patti D'Arbanville, Daniel Sauli, Duane Boutte, Yvette Mercedes, Sherman Howard, Heather Alicia Simms. Directed by Sam Zalutsky. Genre: Thriller
Rating: Not Rated
The 1980s retro horror classic! Young and easily frightened 16-year old Heather is called to stay with her grandmother in the hopes of helping her turn an old funeral home into a bed-and-breakfast. But strange happenings and unexplained murders around the home quickly make this vacation spot a ""dead-and-breakfast"" - with no answers as to who or what is causing all the death. Well-executed gloomy thriller in the Hitchcock vein.
Angela (Heather Graham) and Curtis (Jerry O'Connell) have it all a loving relationship, a beautiful house and successful careers until an unexpected pregnancy sends them on a nine-month roller coaster ride. Now, they must deal with jealousy and suspicion, Angela's over-demanding boss (Lara Flynn Boyle), plus all the drama caused by their happily married best friends Danny (John Corbett) and Sylvie (Katie Finneran). It all adds up to one uproarious battle of the sexes in this romantic comedy that truly delivers!
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