In Eyre's adaptation of Jeffrey Hatcher's award-winning play, Ned (Billy Crudup) is a star actor, endowed with complete "female stage beauty." But when his assistant Maria (Clare Danes) makes waves in an after-hours production of Othello, the King (Rupert Everett) prohibits men from playing female roles and Ned's career is ruined overnight, forcing him to reevalute himself and Maria to rethink her feelings for him. Also starring Ben Chaplin, Tom Wilkinson, Richard Griffiths, and newcomer Zoe Potter. | Read More
In this uplifting romantic drama, a rich kid (Jonathan Tucker) joins the Marines and endures training from a hard-bitten drill instructor (Val Kilmer). While on leave, he falls for a schizophrenic entertainer (Rachael Leigh Cook). Their budding romance is tested by deployments and separations, proving that all is fair in love and war. With contributions from a stellar cast, Stateside delivers quite an emotional punch. | Read More
A factory foreman inspects his workers. An old woman sells peanuts in paper cones. A hospital employee becomes a drag performer at night. Using only images, sound, and music, Perez presents a "day in the life" of 10 ordinary Havana residents, creating a mesmerizing panorama of daily activity in the Cuban capital. | Read More
After a long illness, two sisters return home to a distant father and a cruel stepmother. Dreams about their late mother awaken Su-mi the next morning. Strange things begin to happen from that moment on. Based loosely on an old Korean folk tale, Jee-woon Kim's fresh approach twists the source material into a narrative jigsaw puzzle that will leave you guessing until the end. | Read More
A beautiful history professor (Leonor da Silva) and her 8-year-old daughter set off on a cruise from Lisbon to Bombay. Along the way, they talk about myths, legends, and the milestones of Mediterranean civilization. This latest cinematic parable from the 95-year-old auteur de Oliveira sparkles in its storytelling and features superb supporting turns by John Malkovich, Catherine Deneuve, Irene Papas, and Stefania Sandrelli.
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Standup comedian Anders Matthesen voices all the parts in Denmark's first CGI feature, a madcap comedy about secret admirers, psychotic killers, canapés, and friendship on trial. Terkel is a sixth grader who inadvertently causes the suicide of a classmate. Beset by death threats, he turns to his kindly teacher for help, but even he is not what he seems. | Read More
When the last remaining humans exhaust Earth's resources, an alien girl on the idyllic planet Terra must fight the earthlings who want to inhabit her planet! Featuring the voices of Evan Rachel Wood, Brian Cox, James Garner, Danny Glover, Amanda Peet, David Cross, and Luke Wilson. | Read MoreDrama and Animation
When she was diagnosed with ALS in 1997, 35-year-old theater producer Jenifer Estess rallied the corporate and entertainment communities together to work toward finding a cure. This intimate and unflinching documentary traces Estess' efforts, with the help of her two sisters, to found Project ALS.
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When dangerous situations exceed the limitations of ordinary military and international security forces, the world calls upon the high-tech assistance of International Rescue -- a mysterious band of fearless adventurers and their fleet of awesome, imaginatively engineered vehicles known as: Thunderbirds! This family action-adventure features Bill Paxton, Anthony Edwards, Sophia Myles, Brady Corbet, Soren Fulton, Vanessa Anne Hudgens, and Ben Kingsley. | Read More
The eagerly awaited film adaptation of the long-running interactive stage show about two affianced Italian Americans. Tina prepares for "the happiest day of her life" while two dysfunctional families fight for control of her marriage. Tony is just trying to keep a lid on the rancor and escape the day with his marriage intact. The zany antics, wacky characters, and laugh-out-loud situations make this a wedding not to be missed. | Read More
A box office smash in Greece, this mouth-watering crowd pleaser is divided into appetizers, main courses and desserts. Fanis, a Greek lad, lives in multi-cultural Istanbul and develops a life-long passion for cooking in his grandfather's fragrant spice shop. But political tensions drive his family back to Greece, and he returns to Turkey, his dying grandfather, and his childhood love only many years later. | Read More
A grieving rancher is evicted from his deceased partner's property. A police officer is denied her murdered partner's pension. Tying the Knot depicts the real-life consequences of same-sex discrimination in marriage. Interspersed with the personal stories of gay couples are interviews with authors, historians, and legal experts, who examine the historical evolution of marriage. | Read More