Ellen talked to her audience about the new and interesting ways to meet people online.
We've been waiting a long time for this. Eric Stonestreet told Ellen about the big wedding headed to "Modern Family." Check it out!
He loves to make funny Vines, so it was only natural that Ellen would want to make one with Eric Stonestreet. What happened next was not what he was expecting.
Ellen and the boys of Ylvis hid in the audience bathrooms to scare some unsuspecting people. It's the first ever "What the Fox Scares"!
Officer Edward Malus stops a station wagon to return a girl's lost doll. Moments later, a truck slams into the station wagon, igniting a fiery wreck with the mother and child trapped.
A Mighty Wind movie trailer - starring Michael McKean, Parker Posey, Catherine O'Hara, Eugene Levy, Fred Willard, Christopher Guest. Directed by Christopher Guest. Genre: Comedy
A rafting vacation turns into a white water nightmare when two criminals hijack a former river guide and her family while making their escape from a robbery. Great acting and action in the same picture.
It's not easy maintaining one of the greatest singing voices the world has ever heard. Celine Dion shared some of her vocal warmups with Ellen, and even helped her try a few.
Out patrolling a California highway, police officer Edward Malus (Nicolas Cage) stops a station wagon to return a little girl's lost doll. Moments later, a runaway truck slams into the station wagon, igniting it into a fiery wreck with the mother and child trapped inside. Edward fails to save them before the car explodes...and then spends months of his life choking down pills to get the image of their faces out of his head. But Edward is about to get a second chance. A desperate letter from his former girlfriend, Willow (Kate Beahan), arrives at his home with no postmark. Willow came into his life and left just as unexpectedly years before. But now, her daughter Rowan has gone missing, and Edward is the only person she trusts to help locate her. She asks
him to come to her home on a private island - Summersisle - a place with its own traditions where people observe a forgotten way of life.
Acclaimed filmmaker Neil LaBute directs Academy Award-winner Nicolas Cage in this spine-tingling remake of the 1970's British cult classic horror film. Cage plays a police officer investigating the disappearance of a young girl on a remote island off the coast of Washington. His hopes of unraveling the mystery of the girl's unsettling disappearance become increasingly uncertain, however, when he unearths disturbing evidence of pagan rituals being performed in the small, cult-like community. With the help of a frightened local (Golden Globe-nominee Leelee Sobieski), he must confront the island's horrific secret, and its other-worldly leader (Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner, Ellen Burstyn). Also starring Golden Globe-winner Frances Conroy and Molly Parker.
When a crew of the FBI’s most wanted criminals rent rooms at a New Orleans bed and breakfast to carry out a very detailed and precise heist robbery, they realize that no amount of planning could take into account the elderly eccentric landlady who foils them at every turn. Tom Hanks has been cast as a thief in this film along with Marlon Wayans ('Scary Movie'). Dark comedy remake by the Coen Brothers ('Fargo', 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?'). Barry Sonnenfeld ('Men In Black', 'Get Shorty') serves as a producer on the project. This is a remake of the 1955 British Ealing comedy of the same name starring Sir Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers. Tom Hanks is playing the professor role that Guinness played in the original.
An eccentric Southern professor and his crew pose as a band in order to rob a casino, all under the nose of his unsuspecting landlord.
Dark comedy about a crew of the FBI's most wanted criminals who are foiled at their attempts at bank robbery by their eccentric old landlady.
The newest "mockumentary" from the inimitable Christopher Guest ("Best In Show," "This Is Spinal Tap") hilariously captures the reunion of 1960s folk musicians in New York, with a stellar ensemble cast whose hilarious improvisational comedy is as inspired as ever. Also starring Eugene Levy ("Bringing Down the House," the "American Pie" movies), Harry Shearer (TV's "The Simpsons," "This Is Spinal Tap"), Michael McKean ("Auto Focus," "Best in Show"), Parker Posey ("Superman Returns," "Best in Show"), Catherine O'Hara ("Home Alone," "Beetlejuice") and Fred Willard ("Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle").
Returning home from a championship game, a group of varsity basketball players, cheerleaders, and coaches become stranded on the infamous East 9 Highway in Poho County only it's the cunning Creeper who has actually crippled their bus. As its 23 horrifying days of flesh-eating come to an end, the Creeper has embarked on its final voracious feeding frenzy. As night falls, the terrified group of young athletes must fight their own fears and prejudices and come together in a seemingly hopeless struggle against a winged nightmare, hell-bent on stockpiling many victims as it can. To survive the night, the terrified teens will have to fight to their dying breaths.
After realizing that no one keeps their New Year's resolutions, Frankie decides that they will be assigned anonymously to each
family member, and an all-you-can-eat buffet feast will be the reward for those who can abide by their chosen resolution for a week.
But chaos soon ensues when Frankie must spend more time with Brick, Mike needs to smile more, Axl has to keep his bedroom clean, Sue
needs to stop trying out for things she'll never make, and Brick must stop reading all of the time.
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Sami fakes being sick in order to convince her guard to let her see a doctor. After a while, Darrell realizes Sami was lying to him and is relieved to be reassigned. Darrell's replacement arrives and is a tough woman who's not going to put up with Sami's shenanigans. Bo and Hope tell Melanie they set her up to see if she'd destroy evidence in her father's murder case. Bo opens the envelope that was intended for the police but doesn't tell Melanie what is in it. Bo and Hope tell Melanie she is free to go. Melanie becomes annoyed that they won't tell her what was in the letter and goes off on them. After Bo and Hope send Melanie on her way she goes to the Java Café where she confronts Philip for selling her out to Bo and Hope. After the two argue and Melanie believes she's in the clear, Philip reminds her that she is still a suspect. In a rare display of concern, Melanie tells Philip she's sorry his mom has cancer and Philip witnesses a sincere side of Melanie. Philip tells Chloe Kate has cancer and their "friendship" status is cemented. EJ interrupts Nicole's meeting with am interior decorator. Nicole tells EJ her plans to decorate her suite and their child's nursery. Later, EJ and Nicole talk about the possibility of marriage. Later, Bo and Hope tell Nicole they know she's lying about the night Trent was murdered.
Roger channels "Matlock" to hunt down an identity thief.
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To get a promotion at work, Stan has to convince the dictator of Isla Island to sign a treaty, but Stan meets the general and accidentally kills him.
When Roger discovers that someone has maxed out his credit card, he is certain it is identify theft and is determined to bring down the crook. After playing Matlock for a few days and dishing out some street justice, he realizes things are not quite right and seem all too familiar. Meanwhile, the rest of the Smith family gets sucked into a mean game of Simon.
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When Joy (Joely Fisher) gets frustrated with Eddie's (Brad Garrett) inability to show emotion, Kenny (J.B. Smoove) and Jeff (Eddie Kaye Thomas) unsuccessfully try to get him to turn on the water works. As a last resort, Joy and Eddie attend an "intimacy workshop" for couples led by the "living, loving and sharing" Dr. Friedman (guest star Wendie Malick). But when the workshop takes a strange turn, Joy starts to see Eddie's lack of sensitivity as a flaw she can appreciate.
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When Ephram announces his plans to transfer to Colorado A&M, Dr. Brown counsels him not to choose a school just to be near Amy. Knowing that Ephram regrets his lost opportunity at Juilliard, Dr. Brown sets up a meeting for him with a top concert pianist, and the glimpse into that world helps Ephram decide what he wants to do. With things starting to feel back on track, Nina tells Dr. Brown that she plans to propose to Jake (recurring guest star SCOTT WOLF). And Bright is unable to admit to Hannah (recurring guest star SARAH DREW) that the absence of sex in their relationship is growing more difficult for him. After a quarrel, Bright runs in to Ada (recurring guest star KELLY CARLSON - "Nip/Tuck") and makes a terrible mistake.
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Carlos and Gaby learn the truth about their baby; Paul must face the music; Lynette must give a court deposition about Bree's drinking.
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It's dawn at a construction site, and Ray Galardi, a tough-looking gangster, is meeting with Steve Marriot, an environmental activist. Galardi wants Marriot to withdraw a lawsuit that's holding up Galardi's plans for a strip mall. When Marriot refuses, Galardi smashes him in the head with a lead pipe, killing him. Later that day, Natalie is driving Monk and Julie down the highway on their way back from one of Julie's field hockey games. A truck cuts Natalie off, and Monk reports it to the trucking company. Minutes later, Natalie is passed by a dump truck driven by the killer, Ray Galardi.
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Young Gallant gets upset over the callous treatment given by his colleagues to an addled elderly patient, Stella (recurring guest star Diane Delano), under his repeated care. He also confronts Pratt for reporting a suicidal army ranger, Felix Hernandez (David Barrera), whose secret Gallant promised to protect. Meanwhile, Carter becomes agitated when he discovers that Abby drank alcohol while out with her girlfriends. Weaver uncharacteristically makes a series of embarrassing mistakes. Kovac flirts with Janet Wilco (Katherine LaNasa), the married mother of a little girl, Marlene (Alexandra Kyle), dealing with possible kidney failure. And Corday treats Margaret Evans (Mae Mercer), whose husband cannot cope without her because of his Alzheimer's Disease.
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In order to boost Catherine's self-esteem, Ellen encourages her to accompany her to a seminar by popular motivational speaker, Percy Moss.
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