The inside story of 'bad boy' Johnny Cash, his talented but troubled manager, Saul Holiff, and a son searching for his father in the shadow of a legend.
After leaving his LAPD narcotics post following a bungled operation, Sheriff Ray Owens (Arnold Schwarzenegger) moves to a sleepy border town filled with characters like local gun enthusiast Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville). But that peaceful existence is shattered when the most wanted drug kingpin in the western hemisphere makes a deadly escape from an FBI prisoner convoy. Headed straight for Owen’s border town, the Sheriff is at first reluctant to become involved. But when U.S. law enforcement counts him out he ultimately rallies his team and takes matters into his own hands, setting the stage for a classic showdown.
Following his father's suicide, Jonathan Holiff discovers hundreds of letters and audio diaries, including secretly recorded phone calls with Johnny Cash during his crazed pill-fueled 1960s, triumphs at Folsom and San Quentin, marriage to June Carter, and his conversion in the early 1970s to born-again Christian. These artifacts tell the story about how Holiff Sr. and Cash collaborated to create a superstar, while each struggled with personal demons. A fascinating behind-the-scenes view of the complex relationship between the notorious singer and his long-suffering manager--it is also a catharsis for its maker and engrossing journalism to boot.
Johnny Knoxville reprises his jackass role as 86-year-old Irving Zisman in the story of a crotchety old man unexpectedly saddled with the care of his 8-year-old grandson Billy (Jackson Nicoll). The two generations of troublemakers soon develop a bond, as they hustle their way across the heartland of America on an outrageous road trip with a whole lot of high jinks and pranks on unsuspecting, real-life people—all of whom had no idea they were starring in a “truly shocking” hidden camera comedy.
From Disney/Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Director Gore Verbinski (Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise) come Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer in The Lone Ranger. Filled with action and excitement, this thrilling adventure brings the famed masked hero to life through brand-new eyes. Native American warrior Tonto (Depp) recounts the untold tales that transformed John Reid (Hammer), a man of the law, into a legend of justice. It’s a runaway train of epic surprises and humorous friction, as these two unlikely heroes must learn to work together and fight against greed and corruption.
Johnny Depp stars in this wild ride of high-velocity action.
Johnny Knoxville reprises his jackass role as 86-year-old Irving Zisman in the story of an old man saddled with the care of his grandson. The two hustle their way across America on an outrageous road trip pranking unsuspecting, real-life people.
After leaving his LAPD narcotics post following a bungled operation, Sheriff Ray Owens (Schwarzenegger) moves to a sleepy border town filled with characters like local gun enthusiast Lewis Dinkum (Johnny Knoxville). But that peaceful existence is shattered when the most wanted drug kingpin in the western hemisphere makes a deadly escape from an FBI prisoner convoy. Headed straight for Owen's border town, the Sheriff is at first reluctant to become involved. But when U.S. law enforcement counts him out he ultimately rallies his team and takes matters into his own hands, setting the stage for a classic showdown.
If you were around in the 1970s, and even if you weren't, you probably know Paul Williams. He wrote classic songs like "We’ve Only Just Begun"; "Evergreen" and "Rainbow Connection." He starred in Smokey and The Bandit and on Johnny Carson’s couch. And then, he disappeared. Quite by accident, lifelong fan and director Stephen Kessler learned that Paul Williams was still with us. But when Kessler sets out to make a documentary, Williams isn't interested at all. With Kessler never giving up and Williams always trying to get away from the camera, the results are a documentary that is more like a buddy comedy than a "whatever happened to"- both funny and moving. Paul Williams Still Alive is both a rollicking pop-culture flashback filled with great television and performance clips, and the humorous journey of an awkward documentarian and his reluctant subject. Yet it ultimately evolves into the touching tale of a man who has made peace with the beast that fame and celebrity awoke.
Determined to honor his father’s scouting legacy and mount one last comeback for his dwindling troop, Assistant Scoutmaster Randy Stevens (Patton Oswalt) pays a visit to his business-minded brother Kirk (Johnny Knoxville), who is throwing a television-themed slumber party for his newly adopted 10-year-old son at his McMansion. Randy pressures the boys to secretly ditch the party and join him on a weekend scout trip. Pursued by Kirk and his security guard (Rob Riggle), the boys land in trouble at every turn of an adventure that pits them against angry parents and park rangers, yet ultimately turns these sheltered kids into a troop to be reckoned with.
Johnny Blaze, aka Ghost Rider, is now hiding out in remote Eastern Europe, struggling to repress his curse. Blaze is recruited by a sect to take on the devil, who wants to take over his mortal son’s body on the kid’s birthday.
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