"Enough Said" writer/director Nicole Holofcener describes some of her favorite film topics, starting with awkward moments.
Americans generally like to hear good news. They like to believe that a new president will right old wrongs, that clean energy will replace dirty oil and that fresh thinking will set the economy straight. American pundits tend to restrain their pessimism and hope for the best. But is anyone prepared for the worst? Meet Michael Ruppert, a different kind of American. A former Los Angeles police officer turned independent reporter, he predicted the current financial crisis in his self-published newsletter at a time when most Wall Street and Washington analysts were still in denial. Director Chris Smith has shown an affinity for outsiders in films like American Movie and The Yes Men. In Collapse, he departs stylistically from his past documentaries by interviewing Ruppert in a format that recalls the work of Errol Morris and Spalding Gray. A character study of the apocalyptic imagination, Collapse is a portrait of a man who believes with total conviction that industrial civilization is on the verge of collapse.
Indian cinema legend Nana Patekar (SALAAM BOMBAY) and newcomers Venkatesh Chavan and Jhangir Badshah star in this film about a young man trying to make a living in the wealthy hills of Panjim, Goa in India. Daydreaming about one day getting an education, Venkatesh works as a "room boy" in a hotel and sells plastic bags on the side with his young friend, Jhangir, to make ends meet. When he becomes enchanted by a sublime residential pool, Vankatesh gets entangled with the mysterious family that inhabits the home. His relationship with the rich father and his cynical, sophisticated daughter disrupt his fixed ideas and unexpectedly alters his destiny.
THE POOL's extraordinary soundtrack was recorded at Mumbai's Krishna Audio studio and features some of Bollywood's most renowned veteran musicians, including Manohari Singh (woodwinds) and Bhupendra Singh (guitar).
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A divorced and single parent, Eva (Julia Louis Dreyfus) spends her days enjoying work as a masseuse but dreading her daughter's impending departure for college. She meets Albert (James Gandolfini) - a sweet, funny and like-minded man also facing an empty nest. As their romance quickly blossoms, Eva befriends Marianne (Catherine Keener), her new massage client. Marianne is a beautiful poet who seems 'almost perfect' except for one prominent quality: she rags on her ex-husband way too much. Suddenly, Eva finds herself doubting her own relationship with Albert as she learns the truth about Marianne's Ex. ENOUGH SAID is a sharp, insightful comedy that humorously explores the mess that often comes with getting involved again.
In this grisly horror film, a recovered video reveals startling footage of one family's descent into a world of madness and murder.
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A divorced massage therapist begins a promising relationship, unaware of his connection to a client in this comical look at the perils of mid-life dating. Julia Louis-Dreyfus stars as the witty masseuse who unexpectedly falls for a 'wonderful' James Gandolfini. Catherine Keener and Toni Collette co-star in this 'enjoyably meandering ensemble comedy' (Variety).
In this hilarious and heartwarming romantic comedy, divorced mom Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) may be falling for Albert (James Gandolfini), a sweet, funny, like-minded divorcé. But when Eva discovers that Albert is the ex-husband of her new best friend Marianne (Catherine Keener), she begins to question her own perceptions about fresh starts, first impressions and second chances.
James Gandolfini (in his final starring role), Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Catherine Keener shine in this heartwarming comedy about fresh starts, first impressions and second chances.
Eva is a divorced soon-to-be empty-nester wondering about her next act. Then she meets Marianne, the embodiment of her perfect self. Armed with a restored outlook on being middle-aged and single, Eva decides to take a chance on her new love interest Albert - a sweet, funny and like-minded man. Things get complicated when Eva discovers that Albert is in fact the dreaded ex-husband of Marianne.
From the acclaimed director of American Movie, this portrait of radical thinker Michael Ruppert explores his apocalyptic vision of the future, spanning the crises in economics, energy, environment and more.
From the acclaimed director of "American Movie", this portrait of radical thinker Michael Ruppert explores his apocalyptic vision of the future, spanning the crises in economics, energy, environment and more.
The Yes Men is a comic, biting and revelatory documentary directed by the filmmaking team behind the acclaimed Sundance Grand Jury Prize- winner American Movie. The Yes Men follows the Yes Men, a small group of prankster activists, as they gain worldwide notoriety for impersonating the World Trade Organization (WTO) on television and at business conferences around the world. The film begins when two members, Andy and Mike, set up a website that mimics the WTO's and it's mistaken for the real thing. They play along with the ruse and soon find themselves invited to important functions.
Leona and Reece look to raise cash in order to salvage ACN and thwart Blair and Randy. Will gets a surprise at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, while Charlie trades visions with ACN suitor Lucas Pruit. Maggie's EPA scoop makes it to News Night. Sloan and Don try to keep their relationship a secret from the new HR veep.
With Rebecca again tasked with defending ACN in a possible lawsuit, Will tries to protect Neal from the fallout over the DOD leak. Charlie and Leona enter the fray of a hostile-takeover gambit. Sloan fears Don may be guilty of cashing in on insider information; Maggie ponders the ethics of eavesdropping; Hallie pays a price for a late-night tweet.
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Alan Alda joins some of the world's leading astronomers as they wrestle with the startling implications of their latest discoveries: that everything we can see, from the world around us to the most distant galaxies, is only a tiny fraction of the entire cosmos. Most of what's out there is dark -- either dark matter or dark energy. And our universe is perhaps only one in an infinity of universes.
Freddie has a group of youth offenders brought to Hillman as part of a pa Program. Dwayne gets two really difficult kids, Michael and Billy. They think only of violence and they're about to kill each other over gang affiliation.
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