Altman's self-styled look at the goings-on behind the scenes of a political campaign interweaved with a country music gathering. Fascinating ensemble, some of whom play themselves!
A young bank robber (Keith Carradine) falls for an innocent girl (Shelley Duvall) in Robert Altman's Thieves Like Us (1974).
Country music stars, movie stars, journalists and those swirling around them gather for a picnic in Nashville (1975), directed by Robert Altman.
Young Neil Patrick Harris narrates, Joan Tewkesbury directing the script she adapted from the Olive Ann Burns novel, introducing Richard Widmark, Faye Dunaway, Frances Fisher and others, in the well-received TV movie Cold Sassy Tree, 1989.
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Joey (Ethan Embry, Can't Hardly Wait) is a successful day trader at a high-end brokerage house, he has a beautiful fiancee and a home on the beach. He has it all and a lot to lose. Now the gambling addiction that has plagued him for years has him on the run and he must put everything on the line:including his life.
Academy Award-honoree and Golden Globe-winner Robert Altman ("Gosford Park," "A Prairie Home Companion") directs this Golden Globe-winner for Best Motion Picture about a ruthless Hollywood studio executive who takes drastic measures after receiving death threats from a screenwriter he doesn't even remember rejecting. Starring Academy Award-winner Tim Robbins ("Mystic River," "The Shawshank Redemption"), Academy Award-winner Whoopi Goldberg ("Ghost," "The Color Purple") and Golden Globe-winner Peter Gallagher ("American Beauty," "Short Cuts"), with cameo appearances by more than 65 "A-list" movie stars! In addition to the Best Motion Picture Golden Globe, this movie also won a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor for Robbins.
Ends 12/31/14. A hotshot Hollywood executive (Tim Robbins) learns that making movies can be murder after he starts receiving threatening postcards from a rejected writer and a rival exec goes after his job. Director Robert Altman's wickedly funny satire of Tinseltown greed and power features a slew of star cameos and industry in-jokes
Academy Award-honoree Robert Altman directs this Golden Globe-winner for Best Motion Picture about a ruthless Hollywood studio executive who takes drastic measures.
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