Directed by Spike Lee from a screenplay written by James McBride, the author of the acclaimed novel of the same name, the film chronicles the story of four black American soldiers who are members of the US Army as part of the all-black 92nd "Buffalo Soldier" Division stationed in Tuscany, Italy, during World War II. They experience the tragedy and triumph of the war as they find themselves trapped behind enemy lines and separated from their unit after one of them risks his life to save an Italian boy.
MIRACLE AT ST. ANNA explores a deeply inspiring story that transcends national boundaries, race and class to touch the goodness within us all.
Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway square off in 'Bride Wars.'
When a clerical error causes a clash in their wedding dates, Liv and Emma and their lifelong friendship are put to the ultimate test.
The cast of "1600 Penn" talks about their new NBC comedy in this Xfinity TV exclusive.
Common Sense Media reviews Miracle at St. Anna for kids and families.
Anne Hathaway describes how her meek character Emma Allen grows into a more assertive friend and bride.
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures are teaming up with director Brian Helgeland for this powerful story of Jackie Robinson, the legendary baseball player who broke Major League Baseball's color barrier when he joined the roster of the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Common Sense Media reviews Bride Wars for kids and families.
Kate Hudson discusses how her dominant character Liv Lerner becomes a more supportive friend.
Hero is a word we hear often in sports, but heroism is not always about achievements on the field of play. “42” tells the story of two men—the great Jackie Robinson and legendary Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey—whose brave stand against prejudice forever changed the world by changing the game of baseball.
In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the team, breaking Major League Baseball’s infamous color line. But the deal also put both Robinson and Rickey in the firing line of the public, the press and even other players. Facing unabashed racism from every side, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting in kind, knowing that any incident could destroy his and Rickey’s hopes. Instead, Number 42 let his talent on the field do the talking—ultimately winning over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow.
In 1946, facing unabashed racism from every side, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to an professional athletic contract breaking Major League Baseball’s infamous color line. While in the firing line of the public, the press and even other players, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and let his talent on the field win over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow. Written by Academy Award® winner Brian Helgeland (L.A. Confidential) and starring Chadwick Boseman and Oscar® nominee Harrison Ford, 42 tells the story of two men whose brave stand against prejudice forever changed the world.
In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking MLB's infamous color line and forever changing history.
Based on true events, Sugar is the story of a young girl with a troubled past trying to survive on the streets of Venice Beach. Sugar suffers from PTSD after losing her entire family in a horrific car crash. She survives with her group of outcast friends on the streets of Venice Beach trying to find their own place in the world. Like so many homeless youth, Sugar is running from the pain of her past and will do anything to escape it. However with the help of Bishop, her counselor in the youth shelter, she is able to reconnect with her uncle who has been searching for her. Sugar’s new world starts to crumble when forced to confront the demons she’s run from for the last two years. Sugar is an all too common story of a troubled youth learning how to stop hiding, and to start healing. We take a realistic look at what forces so many of our youth onto the streets and what they go through to survive. It is not a story of redemption, it is a story of reality.
A Dominican teenager, Miguel "Sugar" Santos, travels to the Midwest to play for the Swing of the Quad cities after seeing the movie "Field of Dreams."
Liv (Kate Hudson) and Emma (Anne Hathaway), best friends since childhood, are always there for each other, through good times and bad. Even their respective bridal engagements happen within hours. Together they plan their weddings, each to take place at New York’s ultimate bridal destination, the Plaza Hotel. But a clerical error and subsequent clash in wedding dates pits the two brides against each other in a competition that quickly escalates into all-out war.
Based on true events, SUGAR is the story of a young girl coping with PTSD on the streets of Venice, California. She survives on the fringes of society with her outcast friends, running from the torments of her past. Her new world begins to crumble when her uncle finds her through a social worker, forcing her to confront the demons she's been trying to escape for the past two years.
When a clerical error causes a clash in wedding dates, two best friends who'd do anything for each other find themselves in a no-holds-barred, take-no-prisoners struggle that threatens to erupt into all-out war.
Thackery weighs performing surgery on a former flame, and orders Everett and Bertie to experiment on pigs. Barrow goes to extremes in order to pay off a debt and recover a missing tooth. After a bad day at work, Algernon takes out his frustrations at a local bar. Cornelia is relieved when her pleas about treating a patient with typhoid fever are finally heard.
Ends 12/31/15. 'Mr. Paris Shoes.' Already fuming over the hospital's faulty new electrical system, Thackery tasks Herman Barrow, The Knick's crooked superintendent, to deliver more cadavers so that he and his team can test out novel surgical procedures. With more patients dying, Algernon offers to share a procedure he learned in France, but is rebuffed by Thackery and Everett.
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Ends 09/06/14. 'Method and Madness.' Series premiere. In 1900, John W. Thackery, a brilliant yet tortured doctor working at The Knickerbocker Hospital in New York, ascends to the role of chief surgeon. Though Thackery wants his own protege to take over the assistant chief position, Corneila Robertson, daughter of the hospital's major benefactor, insists that he hire Algernon Edwards.
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Princess Abigail of Andorra (guest star Hannah Simone) arrives at the White House to attend an annual peace gala and to everyone’s surprise, requests Skip (Josh Gad) to be her escort. Elsewhere, with D.B.’s (guest star Robbie Amell) parenting skills in question, Becca (Martha MacIsaac) decides to put him to the test, and learns something about herself in the process. Meanwhile, Emily (Jenna Elfman) is anxious to find some quality time with her friends, but discover things aren’t as they used to be.
During an interview with Larry King, President Gilchrist (Bill Pullman) inadvertently sheds some insight into his marriage and puts the legitimacy of his nuptials with Emily (Jenna Elfman) into question. Meanwhile, Skip (Josh Gad) looks to help resolve the situation and Becca (Martha MacIsaac) and D.B. (guest star Robbie Amell) are met with some surprising news.
A princess visits the White House.
President Gilchrist and first lady Emily's marriage falls into the spotlight.
Princess Abigail of Andorra (guest star Hannah Simone) arrives at the White House to attend an annual peace gala and to everyone's surprise, requests Skip (Josh Gad) to be her escort.
During an interview with Larry King, President Gilchrist (Bill Pullman) inadvertently sheds some insight into his marriage and puts the legitimacy of his nuptials with Emily (Jenna Elfman) into question.
After a meeting with the French President (guest star Tom Amandes) and his wife (guest star Sofia Milos), President Gilchrist (Bill Pullman) and Emily (Jenna Elfman) decide to plan an outside-the-box date night in hopes of rekindling their romance. Elsewhere, when Skip (Josh Gad) is left to watch the children for the evening, things don’t go quite as expected. Meanwhile, Marshall (Andre Holland) and D.B. (guest star Robbie Amell) form an unexpected bond.
After learning Skip (Josh Gad) only needs to complete one more assignment to graduate college, Emily (Jenna Elfman) vows to do whatever it takes to ensure he receives his diploma. When Becca’s (Martha MacIsaac) ideas fall flat at a committee meeting, she devises a plan to make her voice heard. Elsewhere, Marshall (Andre Holland) takes extreme measures to get a few moments of solitude.
President Gilchrist and the first lady look to spice up their love life.
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