Following in the universal footsteps of "Sex and the City", this romantic farce features Cotillard as Lena, a demure cellist whose sister, Ariane (Julie Depardieu) uses her love life for inspiration for the cheesy romantic photo-novels she writes. Amorous projections of her idealized dreams, Ariane's stories feature women who find love in the arms of a kind, wealthy strangers. Unfortunately for both sisters, their harsh realities with commitment-phobic boyfriends Farid (Tomer Sisley) and Francois (Eric Berger) are miles away from the dream world that exists on the pages of the magazine. However, when Ariane and Lena's love lives are thrown into turmoil by the charms of Pablo, a handsome Spanish construction worker, (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and fiery violin soloist Mark (Jonathan Zaccai), their fantasies and realities may prove closer than they ever thought.
The new investigator for the New York Department of Weights and Measures, pugnacious Johnny Cave, steps on the toes of influential merchants and gets increasing pressure, both political and strongarm, to desist.
Women in the Night -- Near the end of WWII some Anglo dames in China are caught up in a mad plot by renegade German soldiers who have a death ray more powerful than an atomic bomb!
King of Chinatown -- The official trailer for 'King of Chinatown'. The film documents professional gamer Justin Wong's rise to main stream fame through the Street Fight 4 competitive scene. Along the way Justin battles past foes, new challenges, and a financial goal set by his manager TriForce.
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A crime thriller based on the comic strip. There is a series of fifteen murders and the victims are slashed. They are all from different social and economic backgrounds and Dick Tracy is on the trail of the murderer.
King of Chinatown documents the two-year journey of professional video game player Justin Wong as he, along with his manager, TriForce, attempt to make a career of gaming in the competitive Street Fighter 4 scene.
Which rarely screened comedy has what Gene Kelly calls some of his favorite dance creations? That's right: Living in a Big Way. This 1947 movie is Kelly in a big way. Like many postwar films, Living in a Big Way embraces a familiar theme: the plight of the returning servicemen. Kelly returns home to the war bride he scarcely knows and finds she has misgivings about their impulsive nuptials. While sorting out this personal problem, he involves himself in a public one: construction of housing for the huge number of homeless vets. Marie McDonald plays Kelly's bride (a role Louis B. Mayer hoped would launch her on a Lana Turner-type career). But the film's true focal point is Kelly. You'll see him cavorting with a clever dog, wooing a statue, scampering across the beams of an uncompleted apartment and joining children in a medley of games.
Which rarely screened comedy has what Gene Kelly calls some of his favorite dance creations? That's right: Living in a Big Way.
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