Old college buddies get together one weekend to reminisce about their glory days, only to lose control in a getaway of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.
Richard (Thomas Jane), Ron (Jeremy Piven), Jonathan (Rob Lowe), and Tim (Christian McKay) are friends from college who gather each year for a hardcore weekend of partying. As the weekend progresses, fueled by sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, their reunion drives them to an unexpected place where each is forced to confront himself and the choices he’s made in his life.
Four college buddies reminisce their glory days on a sex, drug & rock fueled retreat, but things take a dark turn when they're faced with a secret from the past. Rob Lowe, Jeremy Piven, Thomas Jane star
From the Oscar-nominated director of "The Garden," a documentary about the first theatrical production in over 20 years at Dominguez High School: Thorton Wilder's American classic Our Town. The kids at this Compton school are about to experience more than a culture clash, as they embark on a rich journey and discover the educational and social value of theater. OT: Our Town tells the story of human spirit and its strength against the stereotypes holding them down. Festivals: Palm Springs, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Int'l, NY International Latino.
Against thrilling odds, the students at a gang-riddled Compton, California high school produce the school's first play in more than 20 years--discovering how far their inner passion and human spirit can carry them. USA. English. Winner - Audience Award - Palm Springs Int'l FF; Best Documentary - Los Angeles and Aspen Int'l FFs.
From the director of Arlington Road comes a spine-tingling, super-natural thriller based on actual events that will rattle your nerves and shake your beliefs. Distraught by the sudden, tragic death of his wife (Debra Messing), John Klein (Richard Gere), a journalist for The Washington Post, finds himself mysteriously drawn to a small West Virginia town when his car inexplicably strands him. Rescued by the sympathetic but skeptical local police sergeant (Laura Linney), he soon learns that many of the town's residents have been beset by bizarre events, including sightings of an eerie "moth-like" entity, similar to the one seen by his late wife. Investigating further and having his own terrifying encounters with the creature, he becomes obsessed with the idea that this supernatural being can predict impending calamities and is trying to warn the town of one. Is this a psychic delusion brought on by his grief or can he convince the police sergeant that there's a tragedy that must be averted? His life, and potentially others' lives, depend on his making the right choice before time runs out.
John Klein (Gere), a Washington newspaper reporter leaves his job after his wife (Messing) dies to investigate strange reports, including psychic visions ("Prophecies") and sightings of winged creatures ("Mothmen"), in a small West Virginia town, that may be the signs of an alien invasion of Earth.....
Based loosely on true events that occurred in the small town of Point Pleasant, WV, in 1966-1967. John Klein is a journalist who is thrust into the mystery of the "mothman" when he inexplicably lands hundreds of miles out of his way.
John Klein (Gere), a Washington newspaper reporter leaves his job after his wife (Messing) dies to investigate strange reports, including psychic visions ("Prophecies").
A coming-of-age story about a 15-year-old boy hitting the road with an up-and-coming rock band in the early 1970s. Elaine Miller is a bright, loving, but strict single parent whose distrust of rock music and fears about drug use have helped to drive a wedge between herself and her two children, Anita, and William. William makes something of his love of rock & roll by writing album reviews for a local underground newspaper. William's work attracts the attention of Lester Bangs, editor of renegade rock magazine Creem, who takes William under his wing and gives him his first professional writing assignment - covering a Black Sabbath concert. While William is unable to score an interview with the headliners, the opening act, Stillwater, are more than happy to chat with a reporter, even if he's still too young to drive, and William's piece on the group in Creem gains him a new admirer in Ben Fong-Torres, an editor at Rolling Stone. Torres offers William an assignment for a 3,000-word cover story on Stillwater, and over the objections of his mother, and after some stern advice from Bangs, Williams joins Stillwater on tour, where he becomes friendly with guitarist Russell Hammond and singer Jeff Bebe. William also becomes enamored of Penny Lane, a groupie traveling with the band who is no older than William, but is deeply involved with Russell.