Novelist Martin Frost escapes to the country hoping to find creative inspiration and finds much more: a mysterious muse who may or may not be real.
Based on the true childhood experiences of director Noah Baumbach, The Squid and the Whale tells the story of a patriarch (Jeff Daniels, Dumb & Dumber, Speed) of an eccentric Brooklyn family who once had been a great novelist, but has settled into a teaching job. When his wife (Laura Linney, Exorcism of Emily Rose, Kinsey) discovers a writing talent of her own, jealousy divides the family, leaving two teenage sons to forge new relationships with their parents. Linney's character begins dating her younger son's tennis coach (William Baldwin, Backdraft, Flatliners). Meanwhile, Daniels' character has an affair with the student (Anna Paquin, X-Men, Almost Famous) his older son is pursuing.
In his third feature, director Noah Baumbach scores a triumph with an autobiographical coming-of-age story about a teenager whose writer-parents are divorcing. The father (Jeff Daniels) and mother (Laura Linney) duke it out in half-civilized, half-savage fashion, while their two sons adapt in different ways, shifting allegiances between parents. The film is squirmy-funny and nakedly honest ab...
Based on the true childhood experiences of Noah Baumbach and his brother, THE SQUID AND THE WHALE tells the touching story of two boys dealing with their parents' divorce in Brooklyn in the 1980s.
What should have been a simple cash-for-sex arrangement sends a young computer genius and a beautiful stripper on an emotionally shattering journey into their deepest erotic fantasies.
John Canyon is one of the last independent space transport entrepreneurs. Rough times force him to carry suspicious cargo to Earth without questions being asked. During the flight the cargo turns out to be multitude of unstoppable and deadly killer robots.
A humorous look at a woman's frantic struggle to balance career, marriage and motherhood. With its vividly realized characters, this indie film appeals to those seeking a refreshingly complex look at real-life issues.
Grace (Rosie Perez) tries to be the perfect mother and TV producer but finds it hard to juggle both.
The year is 2196, and John Canyon (Dennis Hopper) is a down-on-his-luck independent trucker trying to make an honest living transporting loads across the solar system in his rocket-powered rig.