Will Smith is transplanted from the tough streets of Philadelphia to live with his wealthy relatives in Bel Air, causing everyone to make minor adjustments in their way of living and their way of thinking.
Will meets his new family, shocking them with his "street" attitude.
Even serial killers deserve a defense. David Tennant (Doctor Who) stars as Will Burton, a talented junior barrister of peerless intellect and winning charm, who specializes in spiriting people out of tight legal corners, hence his nickname The Escape Artist. Ashley Jensen (Ugly Betty) portrays Will s wife Kate, mother to his son Jamie and the rock of his world.
Much to the aggravation of his courtroom rival, Maggie Gardner (Sophie Okonedo, Hotel Rwanda), Will is in high demand, as he has never lost a case. But when Will s talents acquit Liam Foyle (Toby Kebbell, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), who is standing trial for a horrific and high-profile murder, that courtroom brilliance comes back to bite him. Foyle walks free on a technicality, but he is a serial killer and it is only a matter of time until he kills again. Will must confront his primal instincts as this thriller pushes his legal world far beyond an intellectual exercise.
Tetchy exchange between Russian agent Borzov (Charles Bronson) and American-based double-agent Barbara (Lee Remick), who've just met and checked into a Montana motel, in Don Siegel's Telefon, 1977.
Absolutely Fabulous: Season 5: Episode 8 -- Patsy hates Christmas and refuses to acknowledge its existence. Unfortunately Eddie has plans this year and for the very first time, she wants to stay at home with Saffy and her granddaughter. All of this Christmas spirit is too much for Patsy and she finds herself in a downward spiral.
The Escape Artist -- A lonely embezzler's unrequited love for an animated character named Natalie leads him to her creator with a simple request: Make Natalie love me - before it's too late.
Get to Know Your Rabbit -- Open-ended Trailer from Warner Home Video
Get to Know Your Rabbit -- Tom Smothers plays magician Donald Beeman, soon to go up in lights as Beeman the Marvelous. Trained in magic by the odd Mr. Delasandro and issued his own rabbit, Donald finds fulfillment and a special admirer while wowing locals at strip clubs.
The O.C.: Season 4: Episode 3 -- It's Thanksgiving morning at the Cohen house, and the family is still dealing with what happened in Mexico.
Cold Turkey -- COLD TURKEY is a black comedy about how despite our best efforts we all eventually turn into our parents.
Interview with Will Slocombe (Director) & Cheryl Hines (Deborah) for Cold Turkey courtesy of IAmRogue.
Trailer for Cold Turkey.
Thanksgiving get-together for the eccentric Turner clan goes from bad to worse when estranged daughter Nina makes a surprise visit home for the first time in 15 years. Nina clashes with her stepmother Deborah, and sister, Lindsay, while half-brother Jacob tries to keep a massive gambling debt a secret. Meanwhile, family patriarch Poppy has his own dramatic news to share.
Academy Award-nominee James Woods (Best Actor, Salvador, 1986; Best Supporting Actor, Ghosts of Mississippi, 1996) stars as a brilliant maverick police detective in this exciting, violent thriller with a hint of noir. Police detective Lloyd Hopkins (Woods) doesn't like to be told what to do, or what not to do. Stripped of his badge and gun, he pursues a killer no one thinks exists. By uncovering a secret hidden in a high-school yearbook, he will piece together seemingly unrelated clues to expose crimes dating back two decades.
Young Danny's father was known as "the greatest escape artist, second only to Houdini." When Danny leaves home to follow in his father's footsteps, he finds himself in trouble with a small town's corrupt mayor (Desi Arnaz) and the mayor's conniving son (Raul Julia) in this touching family comedy from executive producers Fred Roos and Francis Ford Coppola.
Danny Masters, a minor league Houdini-esque escape artist, boasts to local cops that he can free himself from prison within one hour.
Frank "Fast-Walking" Miniver wants out of his life as a prison guard. With light-stepping, glib-talking, ease Miniver sets out to make his dreams of a place in Oregon come true by staging a for-profit prison break in this gleeful, gritty caper from thriller specialist James B. Harris.
Charles Bronson ("Death Wish," "The Dirty Dozen") is a Russian secret agent on the hunt for a demented Soviet defector who plans on using a group of hypnotized American spies to wreak havoc on the U.S. Suspenseful thriller co-stars Emmy-winner Tyne Daily (TV's "Cagney & Lacey"), Oscar-nominee Lee Remick ("A Face in the Crowd"), and Donald Pleasance ("The Great Escape"). Written by acclaimed action writer/director Peter Hyams ("Timecop," "2010") and directed by Don Siegel ("Dirty Harry," "Invasion of the Body Snatchers").
Charles Bronson ("Death Wish") is a Russian secret agent on the hunt for a demented Soviet defector who plans on using a group of hypnotized American spies to wreak havoc on the U.S.
MacGyver steps into a bear trap in the woods while tracking a wolf. Luckily for him, two friendly elderly sisters take him home and take care of him.
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Grandpa Arnold comes to town for a funeral of a relative no one could stand.
Will Smith is transplanted from the tough streets of Philadelphia to live with his wealthy relatives in Bel Air, causing everyone to make major adjustments in their way of living and in their their way of thinking.
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Lauren sends Alex to group therapy to get him to open up more.
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Arnold and his friends find out that a racist group will be speaking on campus, so they decide to interrupt their assembly by throwing rotten food at them. When Mr. Drummond find out, he objects to Arnold's behavior.
Sam’s brother forces Diane to chose between him and Sam.
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A psychic (Ruth Gordon) informs police of a dream in which she sees a murder take place before it ever happened.
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Archie learns that Mike has written to President Nixon to criticize his policies. So Archie takes pen in hand and writes his own letter of praise.
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