Molly movie trailer - starring Elisabeth Shue, Aaron Eckhart, Thomas Jane, Jill Hennessy, D.W. Moffett. Directed by John Duigan. Genre: Comedy
Joey loses his SAG health insurance due to his lack of work in the past year. In attempt to get into shape and stay out of the doctor's office, Joey starts lifting weights. Unfortunately, this causes him a hernia. Refusing to be examined until it is paid for by his insurance, Joey is determined to get a job and get his coverage back. After endless auditions, Joey lands the role of a dying man, the perfect part for someone in intense pain. Phoebe, meanwhile, has gone to see her psychic who has delivered her with the news that she will be dead by the end of the week. She is very relieved, to say the least, when she realizes her psychic was seeing her own future, not Phoebe's. Ross is asked to be a guest lecturer at NYU, and if successful it may turn into a full time job. When Rachel and Monica visit Ross at the university, they discover him using a British accent during his lecture. He claims to have started using it out of nervousness, and just got stuck with it. At Rachel's suggestion he tries to fade out the accent at next lecture, but the students catch on. As Ross pleads with the students for another chance to make a good impression, Rachel bursts into the hall furious and yelling about Ross lying to her about their annulment. Not the best impression...
John Duigan's film is the story of Molly (Elizabeth Shue), a functioning autistic with a learning disorder who was institutionalized when her parents died. Fifteen years later Molly is forced to reenter society after the government tightens its monetary belt. She moves in with her big brother Buck (Aaron Eckhart), who tries desperately to juggle his advertising career with his new responsibility, but Molly's antics cost him his job, and the frustrated Buck is unsure how to handle his eccentric sister. When Molly lands herself in an advanced facility and reunites with Sam (Thomas Jane), a loyal and thoughtful employee at her previous institution, everyone seems happy. Things change drastically when she becomes the prime candidate for undergoing an experimental surgery that will make her a normal and functioning human being. At first the surgery doesn't appear to work, but eventually she opens up, creating a whole new series of issues and deeper understandings. Her struggle to comprehend the outside world brings her closer to her brother and to all those around her. Molly's infectious joy and vision of the world changes those who come into contact with the free-spirited young woman.
The warm, human story of famous Bronx radio & TV family the Goldbergs, and their everyday problems.
Joey develops a hernia just as his health insurance expires due to lack of acting work. Ross affects a British accent during lectures.
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