From the creator of 300 and Sin City comes the reawakening of a hero unlike any other - The Spirit.
Adapted from the legendary comic strip, "The Spirit" is a classic action-adventure-romance told by genre-twister Frank Miller. It is the story of a former rookie cop who returns mysteriously from the dead as the Spirit (Gabriel Macht) to fight crime from the shadows of Central City. His arch-enemy, the Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson) has a different mission: he’s going to wipe out Spirit's beloved city as he pursues his own version of immortality. The Spirit tracks this cold-hearted killer all the while facing a bevy of beautiful women who either want to seduce, love or kill our masked crusader. Surrounding him at every turn are Ellen Dolan (Sarah Paulson), Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson), Plaster of Paris (Paz Vega), and Lorelei (Jaime King). Then of course, there’s Sand Saref (Eva Mendes), the jewel thief with dangerous curves. She’s the love of his life turned bad. Will he save her or will she kill him?
In the vein of BATMAN BEGINS and SIN CITY, THE SPIRIT takes us on a sinister, gut-wrenching ride with a hero who is born, murdered and born again.
Above shadowy, crime-infested streets a masked avenger watches. Denny Colt (Gabriel Macht) was Central City's finest until a gangster's bullet ended his life. Now Fate has brought him back from the beyond as THE SPIRIT, a street-hardened hero who faces off against seductive foes like the voluptuous Sand Saref (Eva Mendes) or the alluring Silken Floss (Scarlett Johansson) in this graphic action-thriller.
Above shadowy, crime-infested streets a masked avenger watches. Denny Colt was Central City’s finest until a gangster’s bullet ended his life. Now fate has brought him back from the beyond as The Spirit, a street-hardened hero who faces off against seductive foes.
A single Mexican mother who doesn't speak a word of English is hired as a housekeeper for an affluent but dysfunctional L.A. family in writer/director James L. Brooks's endearing comedy-drama.
John Clasky (Adam Sandler) is a devoted dad whose skills as a chef have afforded his family (Téa Leoni, Cloris Leachman) a very upscale life, including a summer home in Malibu and a breathtaking new housekeeper, Flor (Paz Vega), who has recently immigrated to L.A. from Mexico, and is trying to find a better life for her remarkable daughter, Cristina (Shelbie Bruce), who is rapidly embracing the American way of life. When Flor and Cristina move in with the Claskys for the summer, Flor has to fight for her daughter's soul as she discovers that life in a new country is perilous...especially when you're being embraced by an affluent, eccentric American family!
Ends 12/31/13. A single Mexican mother who doesn't speak a word of English is hired as a housekeeper for an affluent but dysfunctional L.A. family in writer/director James L. Brooks's endearing comedy-drama.
For John Clasky (Adam Sandler), life as a celebrity chef means balancing a high-profile career and raising a family. So when his family hires a gorgeous new housekeeper from Mexico, John quickly learns it may be his life that needs translation!
A Hispanic woman and her young daughter are thrown into the middle of a well-to-do but remarkably dysfunctional family in this comedy drama from writer and director James L. Brooks.
From Pedro Almodóvar, the director of the Academy-Award(r) winning All About My Mother (Best Foreign Language Film, 2000), comes his most acclaimed film yet. TALK TO HER is the surprising, altogether original and quietly moving story of the spoken and unspoken bonds that unite the lives and loves of two couples. Two men (Benigno and Marco) almost meet while watching a dance performance, but their lives are irrevocably entwined by fate. They meet later at a private clinic where Benigno is the caregiver for Alicia, a beautiful dance student who lies in a coma. Marco is there to visit his girlfriend, Lydia, a famous matador, also rendered motionless. As the men wage vigil over the women they love, the story unfolds in flashback and flashforward as the lives of the four are further entwined and their relationships move toward a surprising conclusion.