Unorthodox detective Dooley and his lovable canine partner are back to solve one last crime before they retire and start enjoying the good life.
Primetime Emmy® nominee James Belushi (TV’s “Saturday Night Live”) returns to unleash the laughs in the action-packed comedy K-9: P.I. Detective Dooley (Belushi) eagerly anticipates a life of leisure after retirement, which is only hours away. But when he and his four-legged partner, Jerry Lee, stumble onto the armed robbery of a computer company, he suddenly finds himself in the doghouse: he is named a suspect, and his pension is frozen. In order to track down the real culprits, the fearless—and partly furry—crime-fighters work as private investigators in the world of high technology. It’s non-stop adventure and fun in this hilarious chapter from the K-9 franchise.
Thomas Dooley (James Belushi) and his four-footed partner Jerry Lee are back fighting crime in this new action-packed comedy. Dooley is hours away from a blissful retirement when he stumbles onto an armed robbery at a high-tech computer company. Suddenly, he is a suspect and his pension is frozen until the real crooks are caught!
James Belushi stars as Thomas Dooley, an unorthodox narcotics cop who teams with an independently minded police dog in this hilarious action-comedy. Headstrong Dooley is one step away from nailing a prominent socialite in a $50 million cocaine bust. He's branded as too crazy to partner with, and no one will work with him except Jerry Lee, a superbly trained German shepherd police dog with the best nose in the drug-busting business. The unconventional pairing pleases neither partner, but after a series of shootouts, stakeouts, brawls and romantic misadventures, they develop a grudging respect for each other. It's a heartwarming, fast-footed adventure about an unlikely and unbeatable police team that will have you rooting for man's best friend.
Powerful and sweeping, the critically acclaimed Cradle Will Rock, starring Hank Azaria, Joan Cusack, John Cusack, Bill Murray, and Susan Sarandon, takes a kaleidoscopic look at the extraordinary events of 1930s America. From high society to life on the streets, director Tim Robbins (Dead Man Walking) brings Depression-era New York City to vivid life. It's a time when DaVincis are given to millionaires who help fund the Mussolini war effort and Nelson Rockefeller commissions Mexican artist Diego Rivera to paint the lobby of Rockefeller Center. A time when a young Orson Welles and a troupe of passionate actors risk everything to perform the infamous musical "The Cradle Will Rock." As threats to their freedom and livelihood loom larger, they refuse to give into censorship. Based on actual events, Cradle Will Rock will move you.
Nick Falzone (John Cusack) is the busiest, and the best, air traffic controller on Long Island - until Russell Bell (Billy Bob Thornton) roars into town like a motorcycle-riding cowboy. Fueled by caffeine and machismo, the two men embark upon an uproarious contest of wit and wills that can ultimately only have one winner.
Ends 12/31/13. The plane-landing business takes a competitive nosedive for a cocky young air-traffic controller (John Cusack) whose expertise is challenged by an ultra-cool newcomer. (Billy Bob Thornton) Their reckless rivalry quickly taxis out of their tense work arena and into their personal lives, leading to an increasingly troubling game of one-upmanship that could cost them everything.
Fueled by caffeine and machismo, a rivalry ensues between Nick and Russell, two intensely competitive air traffic controllers, where the winner could lose it all
The plane-landing business takes a competitive nosedive for a cocky young air-traffic controller (John Cusack) whose expertise is challenged by an ultra-cool newcomer. (Billy Bob Thornton) Their reckless rivalry quickly taxis out of their tense work arena and into their personal lives, leading to an increasingly troubling game of one-upmanship that could cost them everything.