The Astronaut's Wife movie trailer - starring Johnny Depp, Charlize Theron, Joe Morton, Clea DuVall, Donna Murphy. Directed by Rand Ravich. Genre: Sci-Fi
Normal movie trailer - starring Clancy Brown, Tom Wilkinson, Jessica Lange, Hayden Panettiere, Joe Sikora. Directed by Jane Anderson. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
MIKE & MOLLY is a comedy about a working class Chicago couple who find love at an Overeaters Anonymous meeting. Officer Mike Biggs is a good-hearted cop who sincerely wants to lose weight. Mike's partner, Officer Carl McMillan, is a thin, fast-talking wise-guy who, despite his teasing, encourages Mike on his road to slimness and romance. While speaking at an O.A. meeting, Mike meets Molly Flynn, an instantly likeable fourth-grade teacher with a good sense of humor about her curves. For Molly, focusing on smart choices isn't easy while living with her sexy older sister, Victoria, and their mother, Joyce, both of whom flaunt their effortless figures while indulging their healthy appetites right in front of her. Mike also faces temptation at the diner he and Carl frequent, where they've become friends with a Senegalese waiter, Samuel, to whom dieting is a foreign concept. Mike and Molly found each other in the most unexpected of places. Now, they're about to find out where their quest for companionship will take them.
Outraged by the legal system's failure to punish the man who murdered her daughter, a mother transforms herself into a weapon of vengeance, heedless of the cost to herself and her remaining family.
Starring Billy Gardell and Melissa McCarthy, the fourth season of Mike & Molly is filled with surprises. In the season premiere, Molly abruptly gives up her job teaching elementary school to follow her dreams of becoming a writer. With the ever-present support of her beat-cop husband Mike and her family, Molly sets out to become the woman she was always meant to be.
Two giants of Chicago theater share the stage when John Mahoney and Rondi Reed team up in a new production. It's called 'The Outgoing Tide,' and it's one of three shows Chicago Sun-Times theater critic Hedy Weiss reviews for us.
Mo' Money -- Comedian Damon Wayans headlines a rogue's gallery of outrageous characters as a con artist who tries to go legit for love.
Mo' Money -- Open-ended Trailer from Columbia
Normal -- International Trailer for Normal
Mo' Money -- US Theatrical Trailer from Columbia
Normal -- A Midwestern husband and father announces his plan to have a sex change operation.
The Astronaut's Wife -- US Theatrical Trailer from New Line Cinema
The Astronaut's Wife -- After a terrifying accident in space, Spencer Armacost's schoolteacher wife senses that Armacost is not the man he was.
Normal -- Normal is a story about a failure writer who admires russian literature, specially Feodor Dostoievskiy s 'Crime and Punishment'.
Throughout his journey around Stockholm, Sweden, Copenhagen, Denmark, Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Russia, this writer shows us the most interesting places of these four cities, that represents, each one in its own way, a very important geographical, socioeconomic and political strategic point for the whole world.
On his way to discover these cities, he shows the audience what they are all about, his goal is to write a novel that grants him a Nobel Prize, but he does not quite get right through writing something he likes but pieces of historical, touristic or biographical information about the places he visit.
Our writer also tells us about himself, he tells his own story, he talks, not very willingly, about his past, present and future, he just does it to get it out of his system, just as a catharsis.
But, as further he gets, and more he learns about the cities he visits, his writing crisis toughens, because he can not write anything he likes, he can not write something useful for a Nobel worth novel, he becomes desperate and desperate, and he risks missing out what he can learn and enjoy in these gorgeous and very wonderful cities, he gets an only in a lifetime chance to visit.
He thinks that his own life has been painful, but not interesting enough for the people to let them know it, he is wrong.
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