A straitlaced businessman meets a quirky, free-spirited woman at a downtown New York greasy spoon. Her offer of a ride back to his office results in a lunchtime motel rendezvousjust the beginning of a capricious interstate road trip that brings the two face-to-face with their hidden selves. Featuring a killer soundtrack and electric performances from Jeff Daniels (Terms of Endearment, The Squid and the Whale), Melanie Griffith (Body Double, Working Girl), and Ray Liotta (Field of Dreams, Goodfellas), SOMETHING WILD, directed by oddball American auteur Jonathan Demme (Stop Making Sense, The Silence of the Lambs), is both a kinky comic thriller and a radiantly off-kilter love story.
Channing Tatum dished on fatherhood over the weekend when we caught up with him and his costar Jamie Foxx in Washington DC to talk White House Down. In the movie, Channing plays a devoted dad named John Cale who goes to extreme lengths to ensure the safety of his daughter (not to mention the entire nation). Having welcomed daughter Everly on May 31 with wife Jenna Dewan, Channing reflected on how being a real-life dad has affected his view on the character, the film, and life in general. He and
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