A lawyer and an undercover cop team up to investigate the drug-related murder of another officer. Exciting action scenes!
A rich man's daughter falls in love with a poor kid in town to try out for a career in Major League Baseball.
Identity movie trailer - starring John Cusack, Ray Liotta, Alfred Molina, Amanda Peet, John Hawkes, Rebecca De Mornay. Directed by James Mangold. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
In the sequel to Are We There Yet?, Nick, Suzanne and the kids leave the apartment and buy a fixer-upper - but the remodelling contractor is crazy, so who knows if or when they can move into this old house!
Peter Gibbons has a job that he hates, a girlfriend who is unfaithful, a patronizing jerk for a boss and an office full of fellow workers who have more tics and neuroses than ants in an ant farm. After a life altering therapy session, Peter is reborn and takes steps to change his life, like getting a fish. Dilbert meets Drew Carey.
Myrl Redding is a horse trader in Wyoming Territory. Land baron Henry Ballard abuses two of Myrl's horses and his Crow Indian caretaker. When the Judge throws out Myrl's complaint, the war he wages to force Ballard to nurse the emaciated animals back to health escalates into murder, a manhunt and political chaos.
Jackie Robinson's rise to become the first African American player in baseball are chronicled in this bio-pic. Chadwick Boseman stars as Robinson who stood tall in the face of rampant racism while becoming a superstar for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Harrison Ford co-stars as Dodgers G.M. Branch Rickey who made the historic decision to break baseball's color barrier.
In 1946, facing unabashed racism from every side, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to an professional athletic contract breaking Major League Baseball’s infamous color line. While in the firing line of the public, the press and even other players, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and let his talent on the field win over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow. Written by Academy Award® winner Brian Helgeland (L.A. Confidential) and starring Chadwick Boseman and Oscar® nominee Harrison Ford, 42 tells the story of two men whose brave stand against prejudice forever changed the world.
In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking MLB's infamous color line and forever changing history.
Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy star in Wild Hogs, the hysterically funny comedy about four weekend-warrior friends who decide to rev up their ho-hum suburban lives with a cross-country motorcycle adventure. They don their leathers, fire up their hogs and throw caution and their cell phones to the wind as they hit the open highway. But a lot can happen on the road to nowhere, including a run-in with the bad-to-the-bone Del Fuegos, a real biker gang who don't take kindly to the wannabes. Filled with hilarious misadventures, screwball situations and madcap mayhem, this laugh-out-loud comedy is a movie your whole family will go hog wild over.
Newlyweds Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) decide to move to the suburbs to provide a better life for their two kids. But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor (John C. McGinley) with a bizarre approach to business.
Four weekend-warrior friends decide to hit the road for a cross-country motorcycle adventure. But the perils of the open road turn out to be a lot more than they bargained for.
Newlyweds Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Nia Long) decide to move to the suburbs to provide a better life for their two kids. But their idea of a dream home is disturbed by a contractor (John C. McGinley) with a bizarre approach to business
Skylar Astin and Briga Heelan perform "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
In the season two premiere, when Brody and Jenny return from Paris, Brody has to face the music for abandoning Mansfield and Jenny has to deal with the fact that a spurned Harvard has fired almost everyone on the ground floor. Getting back on Mansfield's good side will be harder than Brody ever imagined, especially now that a woman named Lindsay, who is numbers smart but people challenged, has taken his place.
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Brody faces a difficult choice between the job he always wanted with Mansfield and the love he never expected with Jenny. So he tries to come up with a third option. Threepeat is forced to stay with Harvard after losing his apartment, but he soon discovers Harvard's place in a converted funeral home isn't technically zoned for the living.
When Jenny cashes in eight years of credit card points for a trip to Paris without Brody, he's left wondering where he stands. The time has come for him to tell her exactly how he feels about her … if Harvard will get out of his way long enough to do it. After lying on his resume, Threepeat has to learn fluent Mandarin in one day or face Mansfield's wrath. Meanwhile, Mansfield makes an announcement that could change everything.
When Mansfield's assistant calls in sick, Jenny steps up to fill in. But it turns out that Mansfield has been hiding the fact that he's sick too. Now Jenny has to treat the world's worst patient, and Brody must step up to take the biggest meeting of his life without Mansfield by his side. Downstairs, meanwhile, Harvard is left in charge, but the power goes to his head when he goes toe-to-toe with Threepeat and the upstairs crowd who are demanding new phones.
When Brody's hyper-competitive ex-girlfriend from business school, Heather (guest star ANNA CAMP – Pitch Perfect, The Help, True Blood), comes back into the picture, Jenny's worried that Heather is a better match for Brody than she is. When they all take the stage for karaoke, the sparks begin to fly. Meanwhile, Mansfield realizes that his office has become a boys' club and decides to get in touch with his feminine side.
Tired of watching Harvard, Derrick and Tori blow their money on lottery tickets, Jenny convinces them to invest with Brody. One white lie later, they are all convinced they're rich and would-be millionaires and Harvard decides to give Mansfield a piece of his mind. Meanwhile, Brody and Threepeat have to give bad news to some of the firm's temperamental clients, including a fiery John McEnroe (guest starring as himself).
When Jenny and Mansfield each invite Brody to the same baseball game, Brody has to make a choice: sit in the "nosebleed" seats with his girlfriend or in the luxury box with his mentor. He ends up making neither happy and has to put things right with a gesture that has the whole stadium watching. Meanwhile, Threepeat jockeys for position with Mansfield, and Harvard ends up out of his element in the wonderland that is the company luxury suite.
Brody tries to buy Jenny the perfect gift, but, as Mansfield says, “What do you get for the girl who has nothing?” Threepeat overextends himself and becomes desperate for a bonus.
When a new office opens up on the top floor, Brody will do what it takes to beat out Threepeat to get it. Jenny doesn't like this competitive streak in Brody, who then gives the downstairs crew something worth fighting over to prove everybody gets competitive. Meanwhile, Harvard is thrilled to have a new female admirer . . . until he discovers his admirer is the daughter of the overprotective Mansfield. Now he has to end it before Mansfield finds out.
Despite Mansfield's warnings, Brody tries to turn his fling with Jenny into something more by going on a date; but to his surprise, Jenny wants to keep things casual. Meanwhile, the downstairs gang gets fast and furious in a chair race gone wrong when they destroy Mansfield's irreplaceable office chair.
The gang cook up a hijacking scheme in order to escape from Panama, while Michael tries to skirt a Panamanian drug runner.
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