Jessica Lange, Academy Award winner (Tootsie, Best Supporting Actress, 1982; Blue Sky, Best Actress,1994), and Gwyneth Paltrow star in this intricate, intense thriller about a young bride who becomes the emotional pawn of her controlling mother-in-law. Without family of her own, Helen is initially charmed by her impressive in-law and the sprawling estate where she lives. But behind the storybook scene lie dangerous secrets and dark motives. With the chilling undertones of Rosemary's Baby, HUSH is a nightmarish lullaby of a maternal love that leads into madness.
The Last Days of Disco, from director Whit Stillman, is a cleverly comic look at the early 1980s Manhattan party scene from the vantage point of the late nineties. At the center of the film’s roundelay of revelers are the icy Charlotte (Kate Beckinsale) and the demure Alice (Chloe Sevigny), by day toiling as publishing house assistants and by night looking for romance and entertainment at a Studio 54–like club. Brimming with Stillman’s trademark dry humor, The Last Days of Disco is an affectionate yet unsentimental look at the end of an era.
After getting caught in bed with the wife of the future president, a cynical British diplomat must bribe the only man in town that can't be bought. Who says you can't find an honest man.
In select cities November 6th.
Set in Harlem in 1987, it is the story of Claireece "Precious" Jones (Gabourey Sidibe), a sixteen-year-old African-American girl born into a life no one would want. She's pregnant for the second time by her absent father; at home, she must wait hand and foot on her mother (Mo'Nique), a poisonously angry woman who abuses her emotionally and physically. School is a place of chaos, and Precious has reached the ninth grade with good marks and an awful secret: she can neither read nor write.
Precious may sometimes be down, but she is never out. Beneath her impassive expression is a watchful, curious young woman with an inchoate but unshakeable sense that other possibilities exist for her. Threatened with expulsion, Precious is offered the chance to transfer to an alternative school, Each One/Teach One. Precious doesn't know the meaning of alternative, but her instincts tell her this is the chance she has been waiting for. In the literacy workshop taught by the patient yet firm Ms. Rain (Paula Patton), Precious begins a journey that will lead her from darkness, pain and powerlessness to light, love and self-determination.
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Academy-Award winner Tim Robbins stars as David Owen, a Manhattan husband and father so unhinged by the noise outside his window that he declares a one-man war on car alarms.
Gabriel Richmond has it all - a great career, a devoted best friend and a loving wife and daughter - then why is he so miserable? Witty, probing and emotionally honest, MULTIPLE SARCASMS is an average guy's search for what's missing from his "perfect" life. To figure it all out, Gabe writes an autobiographical stage play to help reveal what matters most and maybe find the love that was right under his nose all along. An incredible all-star cast including Oscar winner Timothy Hutton (Ordinary People, TV's Leverage), Academy Award-winner Mira Sorvino (Mighty Aphrodite), Dana Delany (TV's Desperate Housewives), Mario Van Peebles (TV's Damages) and Academy Award-nominee Stockard Channing (Six Degrees of Separation) fuels this fresh look of what it takes to find real happiness.
Gabriel Richmond has it all - a great career, a devoted best friend and a loving wife and daughter - then why is he so miserable? Witty, probing and emotionally honest, MULTIPLE SARCASMS is an average guy's search for what's missing from his "perfect" life.
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