An inspirational profile of an inner-city high school football team's valiant effort to reach the school's first-ever playoff game.
Academy Award® Winner Kevin Kline (1988 Best Actor in a Supporting Role - A Fish Called Wanda), Tracey Ullman, Academy Award® Winner William Hurt (1985 Best Actor in a Leading Role - Kiss of the Spider Woman), River Phoenix, Academy Award® Winner Joan Plowright (1992 Best Actress in a Supporting Role - Enchanting April) and Keanu Reeves star in this bawdy comedy based on the true story of a woman who tried to kill her husband ... four times! Comedienne Tracey Ullman is Rosalie Boca, the devoted wife of a philandering pizza maker (Kline). When Rosalie learns that he's been squeezing more than just tomatoes, her homicidal instincts take over. With the help of a New Age busboy (Phoenix), drug-addled cousins Harlan and Marlon (Hurt and Reeves), and her own mother (Plowright), Rosalie attempts to send Joey to that big bed in the sky. But love ultimately triumphs in this stranger-than-fiction comedy from the director of The Big Chill and The Accidental Tourist.
Tracey Ullman stars in the true story of Rosalie Boca, a woman who tried to kill her husband...fourtimes! The devoted wife of a philandering pizza maker (Kevin Kline), Rosalie sharpens her homicidalinstincts when she learns that he's been squeezing more than just tomatoes.
Based on a true story, this black comedy is about a wife who repeatedly attempts to murder her philandering husband, who cheerfully forgives her saying that she is fully justified. Can their love survive infidelity and murder?
As the trauma of one couple's divorce escalates, the city is terrorized by a series of attacks by disfigured children. Directed by David Cronenberg
As the trauma of one couple's divorce escalates, the city is terrorized by a series of attacks by disfigured children.
On a long-distance train trip, a man finds romance but also finds himself in danger of being killed, or at least pushed off the train.
Book editor George Caldwell takes a train trip from Los Angeles to Chicago and thinks that he sees a murdered man thrown from the train.
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