'Saturday Night Live' character Stuart Smalley descends into a 'shame spiral' when his cable-access TV show is suddenly canceled. With the help of a friend, he recovers and confronts the army of denial that threatens his dysfunctional family.
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True story of an ordinary working man who was recruited to become Joseph Stalin's personal movie projectionist. Filmed in Moscow!
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"Parenthood" is a one-hour drama inspired by the box-office hit of the same name. Season 4 of this reimagined series follows the trials and tribulations of the very large, very colorful and imperfect Braverman family.
Meet the Braverman siblings. Right about now, they're knee-deep in dealing with the ups, downs and sideways of raising a family. Julia (Erika Christensen) is the overachiever. Great attorney, but terrible at squeezing in quality time with her husband and daughter. Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) have a son with Asperger's, and a teen daughter who's just discovered her sexuality. Boy do they have their hands full. After meeting his 5-year-old son, Crosby (Dax Shepard) suddenly finds himself having to make the toughest decision of his life -- should he follow his new family to New York? And Sarah (Lauren Graham), well, let's just say she's trying to rediscover life, love and everything in between -- while dealing with two out-of-control teenagers. From play dates to blind dates, Parenthood is... rewarding, challenging, exhilarating, hysterical, relatable and always surprising.
Sarah Braverman (Lauren Graham, Gilmore Girls), a financially strapped single mother, uproots her two teens, Amber (Mae Whitman, In Treatment) and Drew (Miles Heizer, ER), to move back home. Sarah is greeted by her father, Zeek (Craig T. Nelson, Family Stone) and mother, Camille (Bonnie Bedelia, Heart Like a Wheel), who are dealing with their own marital issues. Sister Julia (Erika Christensen, Traffic) is a successful corporate attorney trying to juggle work and motherhood, alongside her stay-at-home husband, Joel (Sam Jaeger, Eli Stone). Younger brother Crosby (Dax Shepard, Baby Mama) must suddenly contend with accepting responsibility when an old flame Jasmine (Joy Bryant, Antwone Fisher) shows up and he must re-evaluate his priorities. And eldest brother Adam (Peter Krause, Six Feet Under), must relinquish his preconceived expectations about what constitutes a "normal" family when he and wife Kristina (Monica Potter, Trust Me) and teen daughter Haddie (Sarah Ramos, American Dreams) learn that their eccentric son Max (Max Burkholder, Brother and Sisters), is diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome.
Last season, Adam and Kristina got a (mostly) happy surprise when Kristina became pregnant. They already have a full plate dealing with a teenage daughter and a son with Asperger's Syndrome. So, a new baby -- whew! Julia and Joel, unable to have another child of their own, have decided to adopt. They can't help but be a bit jealous about Adam and Kristina's news. Sarah is fast approaching 40 and doing it all on her own -- working, dating and raising two kids. If only she could move out of her parents' home -- life would be grand, wouldn't it? Crosby and Jasmine are at a crossroads in their relationship -- do they have what it takes to stay together as a couple? Or will custody be the only thing that they share? Whether it's growing up, growing older or growing apart -- life is always interesting with the Bravermans.
Trailer for Stuart Saves His Family.
Stuart Smalley, the Saturday Night Live character, comes to the big screen. Stuart, the disciple of the 12 step program, is challenged by lifes injustices. He loses his Public Access Cable Television Show, must beg his manipulative overbearing boss for his job back, rehabilitate his alcoholic father and drug abuser brother, and support his over-weight mother and sister in their lack of ability in handling their relationships with their husbands. Stuart is supported by his 12 step sponsors as a he regresses back to his negative behaviors each time he faces these challenges.
He's good enough, he's smart enough and doggone it, people like him! He's Stuart Smalley (Al Franken), and he's bringing his nutty New Age act to the big screen in a heartwarming comedy that's "flat-out amazing" (F.X. Feeney, L.A. Weekly) Stuart's "shame spiral" begins when his cable-access show, Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley, is abruptly canceled. Then Stuart's favorite aunt dies, sending him home to his co-dependent mother, alcoholic dad, pot-smoking brother and overeating sister. But there's a big heart beating underneath that loud cardigan sweater, and with the help of his best friend and Al-Anon sponsor (Laura San Giacomo), Stuart takes on the armies of denial that threaten his family and future. Get with the program and enjoy Stuart Saves His Family, the movie that puts the fun back in dysfunctional!
Stuart's "shame spiral" begins when his cable-access show, Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley, is abruptly canceled. Then Stuart's favorite aunt dies, sending him home to his co-dependent mother, alcoholic dad, pot-smoking brother and overeating sister. But there's a big heart beating underneath that loud cardigan sweater, and with the help of his best friend and Al-Anon sponsor (Laura San Giacomo), Stuart takes on the armies of denial that threaten his family and future.
It is Ivan Sanshin's (Tom Hulce) wedding night, and the KGB is at his door. His neighbor was arrested an hour before; now, on this summer night in 1939, on this one of a thousand nights of purges during Joseph Stalin's reign, it is Ivan's turn to be taken away, and he is not sure he will ever see his bride (Lolita Davidovich) again. He has done nothing wrong, but that does not deter the KGB. A terrifying drive through the streets of Moscow takes him not, however, to disgrace and death, but into the innermost sanctum of Soviet power. Ivan Sanshin, humble projectionist for the KGB club, has been pressed into duty to show films to none other than Stalin himself. From this night on, Comrade Sanshin becomes Stalin's personal projectionist and part of his hero's inner circle.
A Russian film projectionist, brought in by the KGB to show films to Stalin, witnesses the actions and decisions of the ruthless dictator. Based on a true story.
A wrenching love that follows the true story of Ivan Sanshin and his beautiful wife Anastassia. Ivan is a simple man forced to choose between serving his country and following his heart. Pressed into service as Stalin's personal projectionist, Ivan Becomes part of the dictator's INNER CIRCLE, only to learn the tragic price of power.
Tony Danza is a dutiful but downright hysterical dad in SHE'S OUT OF CONTROL, the comedy about every teenager's greatest dream and every father's worst nightmare. Danza stars as Doug Simpson, a hip radio station exec, and the relatively stable single father of two daughters. But when Doug returns home from a business trip, he finds his fiancee (Catherine Hicks) has turned his life upside down by transforming his eldest daughter Katie (Ami Dolenz) from an awkward adolescent to an absolute knockout. Faced with the realization that his suddenly-sensational daughter is the dream date of every high school male old enough to have a learner's permit, Doug does his best to rain on Katie's endless parade of punkers, preppies and precocious would-be suitors. Will this over-protective, over-zealous dad ever find a place in his "little girl's" heart again?
Light-hearted spoof about the dynamics of a father's relationship with his teenage daughter when she discovers boys.
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