The story of a whirlwind week in 1937 New York City whena young aspiring actor is thrown into the middle of Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre Company on the eve of the opening of Welles' historic staging of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
During this week, Richard will find romance with a worldly older woman, become immersed in a creative experience few are afforded, and learn the downside of crossing the imperious, brilliant Welles.
Richard is about to grow up FAST.
Two Weeks movie trailer - starring Sally Field, Ben Chaplin, Clea DuVall, Julianne Nicholson, Thomas Cavanagh, Lauren Ellman. Directed by Steve Stockman. Theatrical Release Date: 3/2/2007
Stage Beauty movie trailer - starring Tom Wilkinson, Rupert Everett, Claire Danes, Billy Crudup, Ben Chaplin, Richard Griffiths. Directed by Richard Eyre. Theatrical Release Date: 10/8/2004
What parents need to know before their kids see The Water Horse.
After directing two of the most extraordinary movies of the 1970s, Badlands and Days of Heaven, American artist Terrence Malick disappeared from the film world for twenty years, only to resurface in 1998 with this visionary adaptation of James Jones's 1962 novel about the World War II battle for Guadalcanal. A big-budget, spectacularly mounted epic, THE THIN RED LINE is also one of the most deeply philosophical films ever released by a major Hollywood studio, a thought-provoking meditation on man, nature, and violence. Featuring a cast of contemporary cinema's finest actorsSean Penn (Dead Man Walking, Milk), Nick Nolte (The Prince of Tides, Affliction), Elias Koteas (Zodiac, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), and Woody Harrelson (Natural Born Killers, The People vs. Larry Flynt) among them - THE THIN RED LINE is a kaleidoscopic evocation of the experience of combat that ranks as one of cinema's greatest war films.
Murder By Numbers movie trailer - starring Sandra Bullock, Christopher Penn, Ryan Gosling, Agnes Bruckner, Chris Penn, Michael Pitt. Directed by Barbet Schroeder. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
High-schooler Richard Samuels lucks into a role in a daring Broadway production of Julius Caesar. Cues, staging, rehearsals, romance, rivalries: he has a lot to learn. And the first thing to learn is never upstage Mercury Theatre's genius director, 22-year-old Orson Welles. Zac Efron wins hearts and applause as Richard, the Me of this celebratory curtain call for when dreams - and the theater - were big. Christian McKay offers an uncanny Welles, the imposing, impetuous center of Richard's exciting new universe. Claire Danes is the enterprising stage assistant drawn into both men's lives. And Richard Linklater (Before Sunset, The School of Rock) directs with the vibrant spirit of those for whom all the world is a stage. Bravo!
When a high-schooler lucks into a role in a Broadway production of Julius Caesar, he's got a lot to learn - the first is to never upstage genius director, 22-year-old Orson Welles.
High-schooler Richard Samuels lucks into a role in a daring Broadway production of Julius Caesar. Cues, staging, rehearsals, romance, rivalries: he has a lot to learn. And the first thing to learn is never upstage Mercury Theatre's genius director, 22-year-old Orson Welles. Zac Efron wins hearts and applause as Richard, the Me of this celebratory curtain call for when dreams - and the theater - were big. Christian McKay offers an uncanny Welles, the imposing, impetuous center of Richard's exciting new universe. Claire Danes is the enterprising stage assistant drawn into both men's lives. And Richard Linklater directs with the vibrant spirit of those for whom all the world is a stage. Bravo!
When a lonely young boy named Angus discovers a large, mysterious egg along the shores of Loch Ness, no one is prepared for what lies within. He soon discovers that the strange, mischievous hatchling inside is none other than The Water Horse, the loch's most mysterious and fabled creature! But with the Water Horse growing ten times its size every day, Angus finds it increasingly difficult to ke...
In this bittersweet comedy, four adult siblings gather at their dying mother's house in North Carolina for what they expect to be a quick, last goodbye. Instead, they find themselves trapped--together--for two weeks.
Amid the clash of European and Native American cultures following the founding of Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607, the legendary romance of an English explorer, Captain John Smith (international superstar Colin Farrell - Alexander), and a beautiful Indian princess, Pocahontas (Q'orianka Kilcher), is transformed into a sweeping exploration of love, loss and discovery, both a celebration and an elegy for the America that was . . . and the America that was yet to come. The forbidden love of the passionate, noble young native and the ambitious soldier of fortune puts the pair at odds with their undeniable obligations to their own people and the inescapable demands of the human heart in the historical adventure epic The New World.
As Caris and Mair disembark in England, no one notices the rats that scamper from the ship to the dock.
Almost a decade later in France, Edward III needs to find a way for his army to safely cross the River Somme.
A year later, the Fleece Fair is even more sparsely attended. When Gwenda arrives to sell her wares, there are fewer customers than ever.
Caris takes charge of the casualties after the bridge collapse, bringing them to the cathedral.
In the aftermath of a civil war in 14th-century England, Queen Isabella defeats and imprisons her husband, Edward II.
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