Cuteness abounds in this box office smash about a single mother in search of Mr. Right, told from the point of view of the baby, whose thoughts sound amazingly like Bruce Willis!
In this second lame attempt to cash in on the success of 'Look Who's Talking', the thoughts eminating from the screen are now coming from the family dogs(the voices of Diane Keaton and Danny DeVito). Woof!
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In the 1930s, an honest man is forced to turn to a life of crime to finance his neurotic mother's skyrocketing medical bills. Good cast is given few funny lines!
Students in a Southern California town divide their time between high school and the neighborhood shopping mall. Excellent, Dude!
Loser -- See Donnie.
Donnie is a loser.
See Donnie run.
Run, Donnie, run.
Molly movie trailer - starring Elisabeth Shue, Aaron Eckhart, Thomas Jane, Jill Hennessy, D.W. Moffett. Directed by John Duigan. Genre: Comedy
Into the Night -- An atmospheric tour of the city at night, beginning when the sun goes down and ending as the morning light comes. The film loosely connects several different characters amongst the darkened city, and amongst the city lights that illuminate the streets and
Loser -- A unique look into the psyche of a troubled teenager turned serial killer. Always a loser, he wants to prove who the loser really is.
Tessa is upset when she bumps into George having lunch with Dalia in the school cafeteria.
Just when Lisa thinks she has the house to herself, Fred and Sheila bring home someone to fill the void left by Ryan.
As season three of this fun, ironic comedy begins, George and Tessa are united against a common enemy: Chatswin. George once again navigates life as a single dad in the suburbs after a bad breakup with Dallas and Tessa, feeling the fallout of her mom's disappearance act, no longer has interest in trying to fit in. But Chatswin's pull is stronger than they anticipated. Welcome back to Suburgatory.
From director/screenwriter Amy Heckerling (Clueless, Fast Times at Ridgemont High) comes Loser, a college comedy about trusting yourself, taking a chance and turning your back on the people who take advantage of you. Nerdy, good-natured Paul Tannek (American Pie's Jason Biggs) is a square peg in the round hole that is New York University. His pot-smoking, girl-chasing roommates hate him, and everyone else on campus ignores him. But when he meets fellow student Dora Diamond (Mena Suvari, American Beauty), he discovers a kindred spirit. Dora is pratically broke, has nowhere to live, and her boyfriend, Professor Edward Alcott (Oscar nominee Greg Kinnear), is more interested in manipulating her than loving her. The more people push them around, the closer Paul and Dora get-she helps him dress better and appreciate New York, he lets her stay with him while she finds a job. In the end, Paul and Dora not only fall for each other, they find the courage to walk away from the people who walk all over them-proof that even losers get lucky sometimes.
Critically acclaimed at film festivals worldwide, LOSER in the vein of Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs," reinvents independent cinema with an edgy combination of dark humor, raw emotion, violence and a hip sense of dread. Twenty-three year old James Dean Ray (Kirk Harris, Chamaco) is a small time drug dealer bent on self destruction. The product of a broken home, Jimmy refuses help from the people around him and spends his final hours hanging out and selling drugs, with, of course, an occasional robbery. Oblivious and indifferent to his pending doom, James Dean Ray is on cruise control to nowhere with the only form of redemption being the way in which he eventually and inevitably crashes.
Jason Biggs (American Pie) and Mena Suvari (American Beauty) are two unlucky-in-love college misfits who find each other in this winning romantic comedy directed by Amy Heckerling (Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Clueless).
Critically acclaimed at film festivals worldwide, LOSER in the vein of Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs," reinvents independent cinema with an edgy combination of dark humor, raw emotion, violence and a hip sense of dread. Twenty three year old James Dean Ray (Kirk Harris, Chamaco) is a small time drug dealer bent on self destruction. The product of a broken home, Jimmy refuses help from the people around him and spends his final hours hanging out and selling drugs, with, of course, an occasional robbery. Oblivious and indifferent to his pending doom, James Dean Ray is on cruise control to nowhere with the only form of redemption being the way in which he eventually and inevitably crashes.
Nerdy, good-natured Paul Tannek is a square peg in the round hole that is New York University. But when he meets fellow student Dora Diamond, he discovers a kindred spirit and finds proof that even losers get lucky sometimes.
23 year old Jame Dean Ray is a small time drug dealer bent on self destruction. The product of broken home, Jimmy refuses help from those around him and spends his final hours hanging out and selling drugs with of course and occasional robbery.
The warm, human story of famous Bronx radio & TV family the Goldbergs, and their everyday problems.
Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan bring their head-bobbing, club-hopping Butabi brothers to the big screen in this fall-down-funny comedy. It seems like Steve (Ferrell) and Doug Butabi (Kattan) will never be cool enough to make the Roxbury club's guest list. That is, until they have a fender bender with their role model, club regular Richard Grieco (21 Jump Street). Eager to avoid litigation, Grieco befriends the starstruck pair and escorts them into a glittery world they once only dreamed about. Score! No longer will the hapless Butabi's be A-club people leading B-club lives...maybe. Featuring Loni Anderson, Dan Hedaya, Molly Shannon and dance-'til-you-drop soundtrack, A Night At The Roxbury is infectiously funny entertainment.
Ends 03/31/14. Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan play the head-bobbing, dim-witted, disco-loving Butabi brothers who manage to get into the trendy Roxbury club in this goofy cult comedy.
Affected by empty-nest syndrome, Fred and Sheila take in a foster child; Tessa tries to disrupt George and Dalia's friendship.
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Walt and Bennet get some devastating news that forever changes their future.
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Carrie and Walt are faced with kicking out their new room mate when she makes herself too comfortable. Walt summons the courage to tell Bennet (recurring guest star Jake Robinson) how he feels about him at his 18th birthday bash — at a VIP concert for the radio station Z100 featuring indie rock band American Authors — but things go horribly awry before Bennet can respond. Samantha and Mouse meet, and Samantha wastes no time giving Mouse sex tips. Back in Castlebury, Sebastian and Maggie run into each other; and the evening doesn't go exactly as planned when Tom invites his girlfriend, Deb (recurring guest star Nadia Dajani – The Big C, Ned and Stacey), to spend the weekend with him.
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Carrie is thrilled when the junior-senior lock-in provides the perfect cover for a night out in Manhattan with Larissa and her Interview co-workers - until a surprising encounter turns her night upside-down. Maggie and Mouse confront Sebastian about his feelings for Carrie and tell him he better make a grand gesture if he stands any chance of winning her back. Harlan (recurring guest star SCOTT COHEN) finally convinces Tom to go on a double date, with surprising results. Meanwhile, Maggie tries to find the courage to tell Walt about Simon (recurring guest star JOSH SALATIN) before Donna LaDonna does.
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After Blair's mother, Eleanor (recurring guest star MARGARET COLIN), gives Blair an ultimatum, Blair is even more determined to remedy Waldorf Designs' problems by making a splash with a dress at the upcoming Cotillion - but a shocking revelation at the ballaffects everyone. Serena becomes worried about Steven's (recurring guest star BARRY WATSON) attitude toward her, but after some investigating she discovers the surprising reason why. Chuck finds an unlikely ally as he tries to drive a wedge between Bart (recurring guest star ROBERT JOHN BURKE) and Lily's relationship to help expose his father's secret. Meanwhile, Dan publishes another article, but the effect is just the opposite of what he was hoping for.
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Blair prepares to celebrate her upcoming royal wedding with a bachelorette party, but others scheme behind her back to make this a night to remember. After discovering the truth behind Chuck and Blair's car accident, Nate joins forces with a surprising ally to gather the evidence. Serena and Dan pretend to be dating again to protect someone close to them.
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