Something The Lord Made movie trailer - starring Alan Rickman, Kyra Sedgwick, Mary Stuart Masterson, Mos Def, Merritt Weaver, Doug Olear. Directed by Joseph Sargent. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
A highschool girl has a crush on her male friend, who only has eyes for another girl from a rich family.
The sultry Louisiana bayou sets the stage as an ex-cop is thrust into a high stakes game of intrigue between the D.E.A. and a ruthless drug ring run by a childhood friend and his own sexy wife.
When her estranged brother arrives and threatens to expose a chilling family secret, Lily Dale's sunny life turns dark and stormy. From Pulitzer Prize winner Horton Foote.
Western chiller about a woman whose new husband is the victim of a terrible family curse.
My Little Girl movie trailer - starring James Earl Jones, Mary Stuart Masterson, Geraldine Page, George Newbern, Anne Meara, Peter Michael Goetz. Directed by Connie Kaiserman. Genre: Drama
True story of an aimless Pennsylvania teen who is drawn in to his father's life of crime. Powerful performances by all!
Episodic tale of devilish teenagers in a strict 1960's Catholic high-school features a talented cast. Contains some raunchy bits.
Gardens Of Stone starring Mary Stuart Masterson, James Caan, James Earl Jones, Dean Stockwell, D.B. Sweeney, Anjelica Huston
In the old west women had no rights, no justice and no one to stand up for them. The four young ladies of this story stood up for themselves and found adventure and friendship.
The Book Of Stars movie trailer - starring D.B. Sweeney, Delroy Lindo, Mary Stuart Masterson, Jena Malone, Karl Geary. Directed by Michael Miner. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
www.ticklingleothemovie.net. Opening in New York City on Friday, September 4, at http://www.quadcinema.com/.
Set around the days of Yom Kippur, Tickling Leo is a contemporary drama that follows three generations of one Jewish family whose secrets threaten to wipe away its future. When he loses touch with his estranged father, Zak Pikler (Daniel Sauli) and his pregnant girlfriend Delphina (Annie Parisse) travel to an abandoned Catskills lake where the eccentric poet Warren Yitzchak Pikler (Lawrence Pressman) is living in solitude and declining health. As Zak copes with his father's dementia, Delphina inadvertently uncovers a secret the Piklers have been hiding since World War II: an impossible sacrifice they made in order to join Rudolph Kasztner's controversial train out of Hungary.
A young Army officer assigned to Arlington National Cemetery during the Vietnam War finds himself questioning our involvement in it. Good anti-war drama from Coppola!
Married to It -- A poignant comedy about three contemporary married couples whose lives become intertwined despite their radically different lifestyles
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