Down In The Valley movie trailer - starring Bruce Dern, David Morse, Edward Norton, John Diehl, Evan Rachel Wood, Rory Culkin. Directed by David Jacobson. Theatrical Release Date: 5/5/2006
The Lost City movie trailer - Directed by Harry Revier. Theatrical Release Date: 3/6/1935
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The Lost City movie trailer - starring Dustin Hoffman, Andy Garcia, Bill Murray, Tomas Milian, Ines Sastre, Jsu Garcia. Directed by Andy Garcia. Theatrical Release Date: 4/28/2006
Tortilla Soup movie trailer - starring Hector Elizondo, Elizabeth Pena, Raquel Welch, Jacqueline Obradors, Nikolai Kinski, Tamara Mello. Directed by Maria Ripoll. Genre: Comedy
Story of rock n' roll legend Ritchie Valens and his rise to stardom in the 1950's. Great soundtrack and an affectionate treatment of Valens!
The discovery of a human skull and a sheriff's badge reveals a 40 year old mystery that touches the past of nearly everyone in a small West Texas town. Critically acclaimed!
Comedy-drama about three generations of women and their romantic travails.
The Pass movie trailer - starring William Forsythe, James LeGros, Elizabeth Pena, Jamie Kennedy, John Doe, Jaason Simmons. Directed by Kurt Voss. Genre: Thriller
A Vietnam veteran haunted by his wartime experiences begins to doubt his sanity. Hard to follow but well produced!
Mis-matched cops Lee and Carter head to France to investigate an attempted assassination of a world leader.
Though anchored in a long-time relationship with Reisel (Rhea Perlman), octogenarian author Max Kohn (Otto Tausig) uses his frequent book tours as opportunities to let erotic imagination take flight. There are fantasy flings with a needy widow (Caroline Aaron) and a Cuban housekeeper (Elizabeth Peña), which then give way to a real-life intimate encounter with a former student (Barbara Hershey). Finally, a fondly recalled but painful interlude with a free spirited woman (Tovah Feldsuh) challenges Max's peace of mind even as it feeds his work. Based on three short stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer (Yentl), LOVE COMES LATELY braids fiction, fantasy, and autobiography into a bittersweet comedy-drama.
Charmer Max Kohn, an 80-year-old author, escapes life's doldrums by losing himself in his imagination's colorful creations.
In late 1950's Havana, Cuba, a wealthy family is caught in the violent transition from the oppressive regime of Batista to the Marxist government of Fidel Castro.
While enjoying a rewarding job and a beautiful wife, a man begins receiving strange notes that give him the uneasy feeling he's being watched.
Bree (Felicity Huffman) is a perfectly adjusted conservative transsexual woman. Born Stanley, a genetic male, she's about to take the final step to becoming the woman Stanley always wanted to be - until she finds out that she is the parent of a long-lost 17 year-old son (Kevin Zegers). Afraid to tell the rebellious teenager the truth, Bree embarks on a journey with him that will challenge and change both their lives and bring them closer to the truth of their connection. Transamerica is a funny, touching, completely modern look at the modern American family, starring Emmy award winner Felicity Huffman and Kevin Zegers. Transamerica has won numerous festival prizes, including awards for best film at the Berlin Film Festival, San Francisco's Frameline festival and the Woodstock Film Festival, and the award for Best Screenplay at France's 2005 Deauville Festival of American Film.
TRANSAMERICA tells the story of Bree (Felicity Huffman), a conservative transsexual woman who takes an unexpected journey when she learns that when she was a he, she fathered a son (Kevin Zegers), now a teenage runaway hustling on the streets of New York.
In the perfectly normal town of Louisville, KY, there is a perfectly normal man living the perfect life. Gil Bellows stars as David Dailey - a man who has it all: A great career, a community that adores him.
Gloria's mom, Pilar, and sister Sonia have made the voyage from Colombia, and they come bearing traditions, baby names and a whole lot of family baggage. Meanwhile, no one seems to have confidence that Phil will be able to help with the kids' problems, but there just might be a method to his madness. And Lily has picked up some bad habits, so Mitchell and Cameron try their hardest to mind their Ps and Qs to set a good example for her.
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Travis and Wes investigate various home invasions. It is soon discovered that one of Travis' foster brothers may be involved.
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Mereta (Ellen Woglom) and Al (David Ramsey) find the perfect adoptive father for a foster child in need of an organ transplant, but their plan is derailed by a Florida law that prevents gay people from adopting and Garza (Jimmy Smits) and his team take the case. Elsewhere, a man from Lucinda?s (Carly Pope) past makes his unwelcome presence known, and Eddie (Jesse Bradford) is forced to make a choice between the team and his own professional future. Melora Hardin also stars.
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On a road trip with Jim/Sam, Melinda encounters her fair share of trouble.
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Maya learns that the director Fabian’s new play at the Community Center has a 10-year-old girl as the lead. Maya is determined to get the part... it’s perfect for her! After all, she’s a 10-year-old girl! She goes all out to convince Fabian that he should pick her, which he finally does. Maya’s thrilled... until she learns that the main character sleeps through the whole play! She switches gears, trying to get others to swap roles with her, but fails. Finally she decides that sleeping in a bed is not her idea of acting, and quits the play. Rosa counsels her to see her commitments through, and a guilty Maya goes back to the auditorium, just in time to crawl into bed and be the “star” of the play. Despite the fact that she has no lines, Maya has fun, and learns the value of keeping her promises.
Tired of constantly bumping into each other, Maya and Miguel opt to split the apartment in half. They run a piece of tape down the middle, and promise not to cross it under any circumstances. Unfortunately for Maya, the bathroom is on Miguel’s side. Unfortunately for Miguel, the umbrellas are on Maya’s side, and it’s raining. Splitting the apartment turns out to be harder than they thought! When they are forced to work together on a diorama for school, they enlist Tito’s help to move supplies back and forth between them, rather than cross the tape. During the project-making, Paco ends up in a bucket of papier-mâché, and Maya and Miguel finally cross the tape barrier to save him. In the end, they learn from Tito (an only child) what a gift it is to have a sibling.
School picture day is coming up, and the girls are excited to look their best for the big day. But Maggie, much to her dismay, gets braces put on just before the shoot. Maya does everything she can to make things better for her friend, but nothing seems to be working.
After a couple of coincidences, the kids become convinced that Paco is a good luck charm. At first it’s great fun, but soon Paco is in so much demand to give everyone good fortune that the poor parrot is getting worn out.
Miguel gets a crush on a new substitute teacher, Miss Cisneros, and studies like crazy in her class. At the same time, Tito has to read a poem over the school PA system. As (bad) luck would have it, Tito gets inspiration for the poem by watching the enamored Miguel, and when he reads his poem, he exposes Miguel’s crush to the whole school. Miguel is mortified, but with some kind words from his teacher realizes that he did manage to get the highest score in the class on a test – and also finds a friend his own age.
When Theo and Miguel have a big fight about a remote-controlled race-car derby, Maya takes it upon herself to set things right between the two estranged friends. But whatever she does only seems to make things worse.
Rosa’s cousin, Angelina, has just gotten engaged! As she shares her fantasy for the perfect wedding with the Santos family over dinner, the grim-faced groom arrives with some news: he has received a promotion that will take him out of the country. Angelina is disappointed; she had wanted a wedding with her family, in town. Maya proclaims that they can host the wedding at their house, and have everything ready in just two days! Though stunned by this, Rosa and Santiago agree to help, and the countdown begins. Abuela is baking Mexican wedding cookies for the reception, Santiago is playing guitar and singing, Rosa is sewing the dress, Miguel is giving the toast, and Maya has been given a great honor: to hold the 13 gold coins for the ceremony known as Las Arras. As always seems to happen at weddings, many things start to go wrong. Paco has eaten all the cookies for the reception, Santiago has lost his voice, and the wedding dress is mangled in a faulty sewing machine. The Santos family is devastated... But Maya won’t let them lose heart and is determined to help them fix everything before the wedding. It seems everything is going according to plan again, until Maya realizes she has lost the gold coins for Las Arras! Certain they were lost in the dough for the cookies, Maya and Miguel hop into action. They break open or eat many of the baked cookies... to no avail. At the ceremony, Maya tries to tell Angelina that she doesn't have the 13th coin... until Paco arrives, clutching the lost coin, and hands it off to Maya! Angelina and Pedro are thrilled by their meaningful wedding, all thanks to Maya and family.
Miguel, Theo, and Andy decide to enter a talent contest at the Community Center by putting together a band. When Santiago hears the news, he tells the boys that he used to have his own band, and he offers his services. The problem is that Santiago soon goes from offering gentle advice to becoming a fourth member of the band, and Miguel has to find a way to tell his father to let the boys do it their own way.
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