An American band is catapulted to overnight fame when their new song catches the public's imagination. Hanks' directorial debut is a charming look at the glory days of rock 'n roll.
Multiplicity starring Harris Yulin, Andie MacDowell, Richard Masur, Michael Keaton
Lame follow-up to "Fast Times at Ridgemont High", in which a naive high school grad moves into a swinging singles apartment.
In the freewheeling 1970's, a naive young man with ambitions as large as his personal endowment, becomes a superstar in the pornographic film industry. His rise in fame and fortune is quick, thrilling, and fleeting, as he succumbs to his bloating ego and a spiraling drug problem. Stylish, with a darkly funny script and fine performances.
Stressed-out at his high-pressure job, an overworked man has himself cloned so that he can spend more quality time with his family. But his unpredictable clones make his life unexpectedly -- and hilariously -- complicated!
A straitlaced businessman meets a quirky, free-spirited woman at a downtown New York greasy spoon. Her offer of a ride back to his office results in a lunchtime motel rendezvousjust the beginning of a capricious interstate road trip that brings the two face-to-face with their hidden selves. Featuring a killer soundtrack and electric performances from Jeff Daniels (Terms of Endearment, The Squid and the Whale), Melanie Griffith (Body Double, Working Girl), and Ray Liotta (Field of Dreams, Goodfellas), SOMETHING WILD, directed by oddball American auteur Jonathan Demme (Stop Making Sense, The Silence of the Lambs), is both a kinky comic thriller and a radiantly off-kilter love story.
The Mighty Orbots and their pal, Rob, battle the evil Lord Umbra in the 23rd century.
Far-out fantasy-comedy stars Michael Keaton as the ultimate split personality: a guy who clones himself in order to keep up with his busy schedule. Andie MacDowell also stars.
Attorney Joe Miller (Denzel Washington) delivers his opening argument to the jury for client Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks) in his lawsuit against his employers in Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia, 1995.
Attorney Joe Miller (Denzel Washington) isn't convinced that AIDS patient Andrew Beckett (Tom Hanks), also a lawyer, has a case against his former employers, in Jonathan Demme's Philadelphia, 1993.
A lawyer sues his firm for firing him because he has AIDS in Philadelphia (1993), featuring Tom Hanks' Oscar-winning performance.
The adventure continues for Kwai Chang Caine, a Shaolin priest trained in ancient Chinese wisdom and warfare and following his path in the American West. Still searching for his half-brother Danny, a bounty hanging over his head, Caine remains calm and resourceful. Season Two also features guest stars including Harrison Ford, Don Johnson, Slim Pickens, Tina Louise, John Carradine and more.
Melvin and Howard -- The story of hard-luck Melvin Dummar, who claimed to have received a will naming him an heir to the fortune of Howard Hughes.
Life Stinks -- A filthy rich businessman bets a corporate rival that he can live on the streets of L.A. without the comforts of home or money, which proves to be tougher than he thought.
Life Stinks -- Mel Brooks directs this film about a ruthless billionaire, Goddard Bolt (Brooks), who wants to obliterate a poor section of Los Angeles and build a high-tech commercial center in its place. His only problem is that he owns only half the land needed for the construction, the other half belonging to equally ruthless billionaire Vance Craswell (Jeffrey Tambor), who has his own ideas for the land. The two try to buy each other out until, finally, a deal is struck: Craswell bets that Bolt cannot survive a month on the streets as a homeless man. If Bolt makes it, he gets the property. If he doesn't, Craswell gets it. Bolt agrees and, as a poor man, he begins to feel the pain of being uprooted and alone, even meeting a friendly homeless woman, Molly (Lesley Ann Warren) with whom he forms an attachment.
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