The hard-working wife of a successful accountant plots a systematic, hilariously complex revenge when her husband takes up with a rich, snooty romance novelist. An underrated comedy, with Ed Begley Jr.
Prime movie trailer - starring Meryl Streep, Uma Thurman, Jon Abrahams, Bryan Greenberg, Zak Orth. Directed by Ben Younger. Theatrical Release Date: 10/28/2005
Rochel is an Orthodox Jew, and Nasira a Muslim of Syrian origin. They are both young teachers at a public school in Brooklyn. They also have something else in common - they are going through the process of getting 'arranged marriages' through their respective religious and traditional customs. With both family pressure on the one hand, and the rejection of traditional values by the outside world on the other, Rochel and Nasira will have to rely on each other and their friendship to pull through this difficult time of their lives, striving to be strong women in charge of their own happiness, while keeping their deep religious and cultural convictions.
After the extended opening in which Michael (Dustin Hoffman) has no luck getting any parts, we join the actor and his playwright roommate Jeff (Bill Murray) working at the restaurant, heading home, meeting Sandy (Teri Garr) among others, in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie, 1982.
Michael (Dustin Hoffman), standing up erstwhile girlfriend Sandy (Teri Garr), and known to his fellow soap opera cast members only as Dorothy, arrives to run lines and share dinner with new friend Julie (Jessica Lange) who, it turns out, has a child, in Tootsie, 1982.
Ten Academy Award nominations went to Tootsie (1982) in which an unemployed actor (Dustin Hoffman) masquerades as a woman to win a soap-opera role.
Angry that he wasn't sent to audition for the Eugene O'Neill play, Michael (Dustin Hoffman) rushes to see his agent George (director Sydney Pollack), with whom he tangles about his career, a famous scene from Tootsie, 1982.
Moments after Michael's (Dustin Hoffman) first appearance in drag, he auditions for the soap, meeting director Ron (Dabney Coleman), producer Rita (Doris Belack, herself a daytime-drama veteran) and actress Julie (Jessica Lange), ending with a famous line, in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie, 1982.
Sydney Pollack, host of The Essentials, gets to introduce his own movie, Tootsie (1982).
Having won the soap opera part, by posing as actress Dorothy Michaels, Michael (Dustin Hoffman) in a famous make-up sequence, with roommate Jeff (Bill Murray), then with disrobed colleague April (Geena Davis) in the dressing room, in Sydney Pollack's Tootsie, 1982.
Box office hit about a sleazy New York City actor who learns a lesson when he resorts to posing as a woman to get hired for a soap opera. Also features screen debut of Geena Davis!
Bob Wiley, a lovable therapy patient who fears everything!
Though others expect friction when Orthodox Jew Rochel and Muslim Nasira meet as teachers at a Brooklyn school, the women discover common ground.
ARRANGED centers on the friendship between an Orthodox Jewish woman and a Muslim woman who meet as first-year teachers at a public school in Brooklyn. Over the course of the year they learn they share much in common - not least of which is that they are both going through the process of arranged marriages. Festivals Played: South by Southwest Film Festival - March 2007, Miami Jewish Film Festival - January 2008, Vancouver Jewish Film Festival - April 2008, Berlin Jewish Film Festival - May 2009.
Two beautiful young teachers, one an Orthodox Jew and the other a Muslim, cross boundaries and flout convention when they forge a powerful and lasting friendship. The two women bond over their shared experiences of each experiencing "arranged marriages" through their respective religious and traditional customs. Winner - Audience Award - Berkshire Int'l FF; Official Selection - SXSW FF.
When Rafi (Uma Thurman), a 37-year-old single woman, meets David (Bryan Greenberg), a 23-year-old painter, it's love at first sight. But that love gets complicated fast when Rafi discovers that David is also the son of her therapist (Academy Award® winner Meryl Streep)! Professional help is about to get very personal in this entertaining and irresistibly charming hit that critics are calling "a funny and very sexy comedy" (Jess Cagle, WCBS/People Magazine).
Ends 10/15/14. The 'older woman, younger man' storyline is given a razor-sharp twist in this romantic comedy. Meryl Streep stars as Lisa Metzger, a New York City psychiatrist whose affection for 37-year-old patient Rafi (Uma Thurman) receives a major shock to the system after an unwitting revelation: Rafi is unaware that her new boyfriend is Lisa's 23-year-old artist son.
When Rafi (Uma Thurman), a 37-year-old single woman, meets David (Bryan Greenberg), a 23-year-old painter, it's love at first sight. But that love gets complicated fast when Rafi discovers that David is also the son of her therapist (Academy Award winner Meryl Streep). Professional help is about to get very personal.
When Rafi (Uma Thurman), a 37-year-old single woman, meets David (Bryan Greenberg), a 23-year-old painter, it's love at first sight. But that love gets complicated fast when Rafi discovers that David is also the son of her therapist (Meryl Streep)! Professional help is about to get very personal in this entertaining and irresistibly charming hit.
Roger prepares his spitballs, "kick me" signs and bully attitude for the new kid in school. But when the new kid turns out to be twice the size of Roger, Doug must defend Roger for a change! When the kids criticize Mr. Bone's dull school-news video show, he makes the mistake of challenging them to do a better one.
A letter from Doug's school arrives addressed to his parents. / It's the day of the big football game against Bloatsburg and Doug is snared by Coach Spitz who mistakenly believes Doug possesses a "golden toe" for kicking.
When Robby's teacher becomes suspicious of Ron's behavior, he invites her over for dinner, and the guys scramble to create 15 years of photo history.
Stabler suffers temporary blindness while bringing in a schizophrenic sexual predator. Benson's interest in the case puts her at odds with Novak.
Delia and her grandmother, Nonny Ruth Hoffman (recurring guest star Doris Belack), host a festive birthday party for a grumpy Edna, who hates this particular day of the year. With everyone trapped due to a big snowstorm, Bright collapses from a burst appendix, and Dr. Brown and Dr. Abbott must improvise without a real operating room before the infection spreads. Meanwhile, Dr. Brown and Ephram express months of tension and hurt feelings in front of everyone, and Ephram threatens to move back to New York with his grandparents.
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Ephram and Delia's grandparents, Grandpa Jacob Hoffman (recurring guest star Mark Rydell) and Nonny Ruth Hoffman (recurring guest star Doris Belack), make an unexpected visit to check on their son-in-law--and they question Dr. Brown's parenting skills. Meanwhile, Ephram sneaks out of the house to see Amy, who is still recovering emotionally from the surgery on her boyfriend, Colin Hart (new series star Mike Erwin).
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Detectives Benson and Stabler must track down a pregnant rape victim who disappears from the hospital.
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A young, married business woman is found stabbed to death.
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Nichols and Stevens investigate when a young girl is murdered after visiting a medical center to receive treatment for an assault.
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The death of a celebrity's son looks like an overdose, but when the woman dies after birth, the case turns to homicide involving the baby's paternity.
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Ellen is elated when her mother enters therapy but she's not that crazy about her mom's idea that mother and daughter become friends.
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A businessman pushed off a crowded curb into the path of a speeding truck is killed instantly in front of many witnesses.
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