His Way -- A documentary on producer Jerry Weintraub.
Pacific Heights -- A couple works hard to renovate their dream house and become landlords to pay for it. Unfortunately one of their tenants has plans of his own.
Pacific Heights -- A San Francisco couple whose dream of owning a Victorian house turns into a living nightmare when they become terrorized by their sadistic tenant
A yuppie couple faces bankruptcy and worse when they encounter a tenant determined to take everything they own. Keaton's performance is chilling!
Trailer for the HBO Films documentary His Way.
His Way chronicles the five-decade career of the trailblazing Hollywood entrepreneur, utilizing personal video, archival footage and one-on-one interviews with Weintraub, his friends, family and co-workers, and some of today s brightest stars. Charming, clever, confident, brutally honest, unabashed, unorthodox and sometimes outrageous, Weintraub presents a portrait of a man who was taught early in life to work hard and dream big, to pursue his visions and to never take no for an answer.
While serving as a juror, Ernest P. Worrell is unwittingly switched for his dead-ringer look-alike, the crime boss, with hilarious consequences for both.
Only a bumbling bank janitor like know-it-all knucklehead Ernest P. Worrell (Emmy® Award-winning comedian Jim Varney) could serve on jury duty and wind up serving time -- in the slammer! The laughs start when a crooked lawyer discovers that Ernest is a dead ringer for his crime-boss client...and before you can say "Framed!" -- the switch is on! While Ernest is behind bars trying to fit in and break out, he manages to turn the big house into a nuthouse full of big laughs. Meanwhile, his evil double is busy taking his place at the bank and in his girlfriend's life! Full of comic inventiveness, a wacky cast of characters, and slam-bang special effects, "Ernest Goes to Jail" is guilty of maximum fun in the first degree!
Oscar-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Melanie Griffith ("Working Girl," "Nobody's Fool") and Golden Globe-nominee Matthew Modine ("Full Metal Jacket," "Married to the Mob") star as a San Francisco couple whose dream of owning a Victorian house turns into a living nightmare when they become terrorized by their sadistic tenant (Michael Keaton -- "Batman Returns," "Beetlejuice"). Co-starring multiple Emmy-winner Laurie Metcalf (TV's "Norm," "Roseanne"). Psychological thriller directed by Oscar-winner John Schlesinger ("Midnight Cowboy," "Marathon Man").
Country bumpkin Ernest P. Worrell is sent up the river after being mistaken for a crime boss in this slapstick comedy starring Jim Varney and Randall "Tex" Cobb.
ERNEST GOES TO JAIL (HD) - WA janitor and his mob boss double switch places. Stars Jim Varney, Gailard Sartain. (CC)
A San Francisco couple whose dream of owning a Victorian house turns into a living nightmare when they become terrorized by their sadistic tenant
The laughs start when a crooked lawyer discovers that Ernest is a dead ringer for his crime-boss client ... and before you can say "Framed!" -- the switch is on!
Yuppie homeowners Melanie Griffith and Matthew Modine spend their life savings on a gorgeous house in San Francisco. To meet costs, they take on a new tenant who turns out to be a dazzling con man bent on destroying their lives. When the courts can't help, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Michael Keaton plays the tenant from Hell in this riveting thriller.
Bashir shows off his new Holosuite character, a 1960s Las Vegas singer who performs in a lounge full of martini-swilling customers.
Jamie and her friend fall under the spell of a cult guru (guest star Charles Nelson Reilly). Directed by series star Scott Baio.
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Ends 04/03/16. Jerry Weintraub has been called a lot of things as one of Hollywood's most enduring and powerful producers. Now, he takes aim at himself as he talks about his life, loves and livelihood in this star-studded profile of the legendary entertainment entrepreneur. Intercut with Weintraub's candid stories are testimonials, including George H.W. Bush, George Clooney, and more.
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