In Joss Whedon's modern take on the Shakespearean comedy, Claudio's love for the beautiful Hero makes him a target of his friend Benedick's mockery
Jennifer Aniston, Catherine Keener, Frances McDormand and Joan Cusak star in the story of four best friends whose comfortable lives are thrown off balance as the realities of early middle age set in. It paints a painfully hilarious portrait of modern life in the class-sensitive West side of Los Angeles. Written and directed by Nicole Holofcener (Lovely and Amazing), Friends With Money was the Opening Night Selection at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and is being hailed as "Terrific" (Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times), "Acutely perceptive and slyly quick-witted" (Allison Benedikt, Chicago Tribune).
Jennifer Aniston, Catherine Keener, Frances McDormand and Joan Cusak play four best friends whose comfortable lives are thrown off-balance as the realities of early middle-age set in.
Olivia is a single woman in her mid-thirties who feels she's reached a crossroads in her life. Unhappy with her career as a teacher, Olivia quits and takes a job as a maid until she sorts out her feelings.
Based on Steve Martin's best-selling novella, and starring Golden Globe winner Claire Danes (Best Actress In A TV Series, My So-Called Life, 1994), Golden Globe nominee Steve Martin (Best Actor In a Motion Picture -- Comedy/Musical, Father of the Bride Part II, 1995), and Jason Schwartzman (Bewitched), Shopgirl is a disarmingly funny love story. Mirabelle, brilliantly played by Danes, is an aspiring artist working behind the glove counter at a Beverly Hills department store when she meets two very different men -- Jeremy (Schwartzman), a socially inept guy who doesn't seem to be going anywhere, and Ray (Martin) a wealthy entrepreneur who has the world at his feet. Filled with the mixed signals and missteps of a modern romance, Shopgirl is a fresh and witty, warm, and funny romantic comedy you can't help but fall in love with.
What are the necessary lies that soothe tenuous family ties? What are the painful truths that can break them? One daughter is given the chance to rediscover them for herself—if she has the courage and the heart to forgive… Career is top priority to beautiful and self-sufficient Dr. Sydney Ludwick (Lisa Hartman, Knots Landing). Ever since medical school, her flourishing profession has taken precedence over personal attachments. Altruistic, overworked, and dedicated to a fault, Syd is inspired by the final words of a dear patient. The advice she takes to heart is to relax, appreciate life, and take time off for herself. Opportunity arises when Syd receives an invitation to her twentieth high school reunion. But that means returning to the petty squabbles of her rural hometown rivals, reacquainting herself with Gus Martin (Dale Midkiff, Love Comes Softly), the fondly remembered childhood sweetheart she left behind, and reuniting with her estranged mother Helen (Emmy winner Rue McClanahan, The Golden Girls), a widow shadowed by her husband’s death and a troubling family secret. When the prodigal success arrives in Bloomfield, she’s surprised to find her family home turned into a bed-and-breakfast run by her mother. Syd’s also taken aback by her still deep feelings for Gus, now a widower with a six-year-old son. But as she adjusts to the past, Syd struggles to reconnect with her emotionally distant mother. Only one other person in Bloomfield shares Helen’s secret: Ed Jenkins (Don Harvey, She Hate Me), head pastor of the local church. Sworn to confessional privacy, he urges Syd to make amends and discover for herself why the Ludwick family ties have been wounded. As a weekend of personal and professional revelations unfold, and as unexpected romance blossoms, Syd discovers more about herself, her past, and the possibilities of the heart than she ever imagined. A tender, emotionally rich story of personal growth, family and forgiveness, betrayal and renewal, Back To You and Me will resonate with anyone who ever wanted a second chance to find love and acceptance.
A salesgirl falls in love with two men from different walks of life.
Based on Steve Martin's best-selling novella, and starring Golden Globe winner Claire Danes (Best Actress In A TV Series, MY SO-CALLED LIFE, 1994), Golden Globe nominee Steve Martin (Best Actor In A Motion Picture -- Comedy/Musical, FATHER OF THE BRIDE PART II, 1995), and Jason Schwartzman (BEWITCHED), SHOPGIRL is a disarmingly funny love story. Mirabelle, brilliantly played by Danes, is an aspiring artist working behind the glove counter at a Beverly Hills department store when she meets two very different men -- Jeremy (Schwartzman), a socially inept guy who doesn't seem to be going anywhere, and Ray (Martin) a wealthy entrepreneur who has the world at his feet. Filled with the mixed signals and missteps of a modern romance, SHOPGIRL is a fresh and witty, warm, and funny romantic comedy you can't help but fall in love with.
A nerdy high school senior and the class jock conspire to help each other win the hearts of their dream girls.
A romantic teen comedy about the lengths that people will go to in order to land their ideal partner--only to discover that reality doesn't live up to the fantasy. Starring Shane West and James Franco.
One thousand brides, one hundred million dollars, Jimmie Shannon is about to discover the true value of love. When he least expects it, Jimmie Shannon (Golden Globe-nominee Chris O'Donnell "Scent of Woman," "Batman & Robin") falls in love with Anne (Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Renee Zellweger "Cold Mountain," "Chicago"). After a three-year relationship, Jimmie reluctantly proposes marriage to Anne, but sensing his uncertainty, Anne rejects Jimmie. Then Jimmie's grandfather dies and leaves him $100 million--on the condition that Jimmie marry before he turns 30. The problem is, Jimmies thirtieth birthday is now 24 hours away, and he must find a bride or lose a fortune. Also staring Golden Globe- nominee Brooke Shields ("TV's Suddenly Susan," "The Blue Lagoon").
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