White Oleander movie trailer - starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Renee Zellweger, Taryn Manning, Robin Wright Penn, Noah Wyle, Alison Lohman. Directed by Peter Kosminsky. Genre: Drama
Special government agent James West (Smith), long on charm and wit, and special government agent Artemus Gordon (Kline), a master of disguises and a brilliant inventor of gadgets large and small, are each sent to track down the diabolical genius Dr. Arliss Loveless (Branagh). Loveless is plotting to assassinate the President of the United States with the aid of his monstrously huge walking weapon-transport vehicle called The Tarantula.
Legendary George Lucas turkey about an extraterrestrial duck who's mistakenly brought to Cleveland by an experimental laser beam.
Howard The Duck starring Tim Robbins, Ed Gale, Chip Zien, Jeffrey Jones, Lea Thompson, Paul Guilfoyle
Domestic Disturbance movie trailer - starring John Travolta, Vince Vaughn, Teri Polo, Matt O'Leary, Susan Floyd, Angelica Torn. Directed by Harold Becker. Genre: Action-Adventure
Determined to stop border narcotic smuggling, a Texas Ranger must face his childhood buddy, who has become a drug kingpin in Mexico.
Always -- A romantic adventure about a legendary pilot's passion for dare-devil firefighting and his girl.
Extreme Prejudice -- When they were kids Texas Ranger Jack Benteen used to be best friends with drug kingpin Cash Bailey. At present, however, the only element linking them together is Jack's girlfriend Sarita, who used to be with Cash. She returns to Cash as a voluntary hostage to make certain that Jack keeps his hands off the drug lord's operation. On top of that, there is a meticulously planned drug bust, in which both Jack and Cash butt heads with CIA-funded paramilitary Maj. Paul Hackett, following his own agenda.
Theatrical trailer for Like Father, Like Son.
The 'switched at birth' urban legend and the Nature vs. Nurture debate provide Hirokazu Kore-eda with a fresh opportunity to revisit his ongoing preoccupation with family dynamics and parent-child relationships in contemporary Japan. The life of go-getting workaholic architect Ryota one of comfort and quietly ordered affluence with his wife Midori and son Keita is violently overturned when hospital administrators reveal the unthinkable: Keita is not his biological son. Due to a switch at the hospital, his 'true' son has been raised in the disheveled but warm-hearted home of working-class shopkeeper Yudai and his wife. The different approaches of both couples to their excruciating dilemma and the gradual emotional awakening of the all-too-rational Ryota are at the core of this sensitive drama of family feeling, which showcases Kore-eda's rich sense of humanity.
The Killing Floor -- A literary agent moves into a penthouse apartment. Soon after the move, he receives crime scene photographs that seem to have taken place in his new apartment. Next he receives a series of stalker videotapes that document his every move.
A harrowing, coming-of-age story based on the best selling novel by Janet Fitch. Twelve-year-old Astrid (Alison Lohman "The Thirteenth Floor," TV's "Pasadena") shares an idyllic life with her mother Ingrid (Oscar-nominated Michelle Pfeiffer "I Am Sam," "What Lies Beneath"), a beautiful and free-spirited artist. When her mom is suddenly sent to prison for life for committing a crime of passion, Astrid is set adrift in the world. Alone to struggle to become her own person, she goes through foster home after foster home experiencing forbidden love, religion, near-death experiences, drugs, starvation and how it feels to be loved. Also starring Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Robin Wright Penn ("Unbreakable," "Forrest Gump"), Oscar and Golden Globe-winner Renee Zellweger ("Cold Mountain," "Chicago"), Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Noah Wyle ("Enough," TV's "ER"), Taryn Manning ("Crossroads," "Crazy/Beautiful"), Patrick Fugit ("Almost Famous"), Billy Connolly ("Indecent Proposal") and produced by John Wells (TV's "The West Wing," "ER"). Pfeiffer received a SAG Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and the New York Times says this film is "...superbly acted from top to bottom...!"
Twelve-year-old Astrid goes through a series of foster homes when her mom is suddenly sent to prison for life for committing a crime of passion.
A harrowing, coming-of-age story based on the best selling novel by Janet Fitch. Twelve-year-old Astrid (Alison Lohman) shares an idyllic life with her mother Ingrid (Oscar-nominated Michelle Pfeiffer), a beautiful and free-spirited artist. When her mom is suddenly sent to prison for life for committing a crime of passion, Astrid is set adrift in the world. Alone to struggle to become her own person, she goes through foster home after foster home experiencing forbidden love, religion, near-death experiences, drugs, starvation and how it feels to be loved. Also starring Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Robin Wright Penn, Oscar and Golden Globe-winner Renee Zellweger, Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee Noah Wyle, Taryn Manning, Patrick Fugit, Billy Connolly and produced by John Wells (TV's "The West Wing," "ER"). Pfeiffer received a SAG Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress and the New York Times says this film is "...superbly acted from top to bottom...!"
Alison Lohman stars as a teen bounced through the foster care system during her mother's incarceration for murder in this moving drama. Shuffled through various foster parents including a born-again Christian, a former B-movie star and an eccentric Russian, Astrid (Lohman) is forced to grow up quickly in several families while trying to keep her mother in her life.
In this "edge of your seat thriller," John Travolta stars as Frank Morrison, a man who discovers that his son's new stepfather (Vince Vaughn) is not who he pretends to be. Frank's investigation into this man's past explodes into a terrifying mission to rescue his son from the ultimate danger. This chilling, critically acclaimed hit will have your heart pounding from start to finish!
A divorced father discovers that his 12-year-old son's new stepfather is not what he made himself out to be.
Brennan takes care of a baby whose mother has been murdered. But Brennan's maternal skills are called into question when the infant swallows evidence.
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Congressman Santos (recurring guest star Jimmy Smits) masterminds a plot to pass the President's stem cell bill while the Republicans aren't paying attention. Members of a group of middle school children who are part of the Future Leaders for Democracy visit the White House and seek out Toby to discuss the voting age. And Kate deals with an impending invasion of Canada. Series star Richard Schiff directed the episode.
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If the Tosk and Hunters were surprise guests from the Gamma Quadrant, the first formal delegation is just as unorthodox. The Wadi are gamers, and Quark winds up leading the welcome until he realizes the Wadi game he tries to play is using the senior staff as real-life pawns.
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The master Kobliad criminal-scientist Rao Vantika is presumed dead after an inmate transport fire, but his wily pursuer Ty Kajada is not so sure. Her incredible tales of how Vantika has already prolonged his life finally hit home: Vantika has implanted his consciousness into Dr. Bashir, who tries to "escape" with Vantika's henchmen.
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After being summoned home by his elderly creator, Data clashes with his evil brother, Lore.
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Steve sits in on a Friday night poker game with Al and loses his paycheck.
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