Triple Threat -- Ex-assassin, Dina Lo Bianca, receives an offer she cannot refuse, thrusting her back into the world of hired guns, espionage and surveillance. With the help of her young sexy protégé and Dina's new straight-laced love interest, the femm
The Cake Eaters -- Twilight star Kristen Stewart, gives a tour de force performance as Georgia, a chronically ill teenager determined to experience love before it's too late. Georgia finds the hope she needs when she falls in love with Beagle, a frustrated street artist looking for inspiration. Directed by award winning actress Mary Stuart Masterston, The Cake Eaters is an intricately woven and powerfully poignant celebration of first love.
Triple Threat -- An 80's style film with Hong Kong flair!
It's an Asian version of sixteen candles on roller skates.
Benny & Joon -- Johnny Depp portrays Sam, a highly eccentric and sometimes-mischievous young person. When Benny (Aidan Quinn), who runs a small auto-repair shop, loses a bet, he is forced to take Sam into his house. Already in Benny's house is another troublesome eccentric: his young sister, Juniper--better known as Joon (Mary Stuart Masterson)--who is
Elizabeth: The Golden Age -- Clip: Mary Stuart is accused of treason
Triple Threat -- Ex- assassin, Dina Lo Bianca, (Lorin Becker) receives an offer she cannot refuse, thrusting her back into the world of hired guns, espionage and surveillance.
Mr. Lucky movie trailer - starring Cary Grant, Charles Bickford, Henry Stephenson, Laraine Day, Gladys Cooper, Alan Carney. Directed by H.C. Potter. Theatrical Release Date: 5/28/1943
Rating: Not Rated
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
Digging To China movie trailer - starring Kevin Bacon, Mary Stuart Masterson, Evan Rachel Wood, Cathy Moriarty, Marian Seldes. Directed by Timothy Hutton. Genre: Drama
Finding his only escape in music, Gil Blackwell (Broken English's Josh Hamilton) decides to leave his monotonous business life in Boston when his cousin dies in a car accident. Gil ignores his father's disapproval and takes the family's antique truck for the promised land of California, but on the way a chance encounter reunites him with an old college flame, Genevieve (Fried Green Tomatoes' Mary Stuart Masterson), who joins his journey. With each westward mile, the couple rebuilds their musical aspirations and their feelings for each other in this touching and heartfelt love story.