The Believer movie trailer - starring Ryan Gosling, Garret Dillahunt, Summer Phoenix, Glenn Fitzgerald, Joel Garland, Kris Eivers. Directed by Henry Bean. Genre: Drama
Ben Bingham (Richard E. Grant) has slipped into tailspin of tears and booze after his vibrant wife Amanda (Carrie Ann Moss) leaves him and their 20 year marriage behind. Coming to the rescue is Ben’s 17 year-old son Justin (Johnny Pacar) with a makeover that suddenly makes dad the most popular single man in town. But after Justin falls in love for the first time and begins to find dad’s lifestyle superficial, will Ben decide to give up his swinging single guy style and reclaim his true love?
Black Roses movie trailer - starring Julie Adams, John Martin, Ken Swofford, Carmine Appice, Sal Viviano, Frank Dietz. Directed by John Fasano. Genre: Horror
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Brother and sister Enrique and Rosa flee persecution at home in Guatemala and journey north, through Mexico and on to the United States, with the dream of starting a new life.
Mistresses returns for a second season with a provocative look at the scandalous lives of a sexy and sassy group of four girlfriends. When it comes to love, these friends find support with each other as they push the limits and discover how far they are prepared to go.
Lucky for him, Joss likes a little freaky.
Savi leaves with him anyway.
Bukowski: Born into This -- Documentary on Charles Bukowski, author of 'Notes of a Dirty Old Man', 'Love Is a Dog from Hell', and the autobiographical novels, 'Women', 'Hollywood', and 'Post Office'.
Filmmaker Bruce Weber is a professed animal lover, and his newest film centers on his own dogs, a family of gorgeous golden retrievers, including "True."
Documentary on Charles Bukowski, author of 'Notes of a Dirty Old Man', 'Love Is a Dog from Hell', and the autobiographical novels, 'Women', 'Hollywood', and 'Post Office'.
Filmmaker Bruce Weber is a professed animal lover, and his newest film centers on his own dogs, a family of gorgeous golden retrievers, including "True." A Letter to True is a stunning look at the affection, loyalty, and unconditional love displayed by these animals - which the filmmaker sees as a metaphor for peace and hope in the world. In a highly personal commentary, Weber interweaves his personal obsessions: music of the '50s and '60s, home movies of Dirk Bogarde in Provence; conversations with Elizabeth Taylor (another great dog lover), recollections of friendships past, and speculation about how our lives have been changed by the events of 9/11. Tying these various strands together with a poet's logic, A Letter to True is a little like staying up late with Bruce Weber, listening to great music and peeking into the mind of a world-class connoisseur.
Filmmaker Bruce Weber is a professed animal lover, and his newest film centers on his own dogs, a family of gorgeous golden retrievers, including "True." A Letter To True is a stunning look at the affection, loyalty, and unconditional love displayed by these animals - which the filmmaker sees as a metaphor for peace and hope in the world.
This portrait of Charles Bukowski reveals a tortured man who survived years of abuse to produce some of the most influential prose of his generation.
Inspired by real events, The Believer presents the gripping story of one man's striking philosophical evolution. Danny Balint (Ryan Gosling) is an intense young man whose fierce intelligence and inexhaustible curiosity once made him a star pupil at his local Yeshiva. Now, at age twenty-two, he focuses this intensity on altogether more sinister aims; as a rising star in local neo-fascist circles, Danny spends his days attacking synagogues and fomenting hate among a devoted band of followers. Yet while working tirelessly to realize the destruction of his own people, Danny finds himself inexplicably drawn back to Judaism. This terrible inconsistency in the heart of Danny’s soul – the yearning to study Torah and to attack Jews – and the avoidance of easy psychological explanations, make The Believer one of the year’s most complex and provocative films. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Danny (Ryan Gosling) a young, intelligent anti-Semite rises to the head of a group of neo-Nazi's looking to bring a new approach to the their movement all while struggling with and trying to hide that fact that he himself is a Jew.
Savi's sister and friends are concerned about her secret camaraderie.
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Chummy prepares for a nativity play; a teenage girl who helps her mother with her brothers is secretly pregnant; a baby is abandoned at the convent.
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Chloe tells Daniel that Father Matt can’t marry them because he thinks there may be a problem with her annulment from Lucas. Daniel reluctantly agrees to postpone the wedding, and later, privately, leaves a message for Father Matt asking if they can get the issue resolved. Meanwhile, Chloe tells Carly she postponed the wedding, but has not told Daniel she cheated on him. Carly makes a convincing argument why Chloe should, but when Daniel returns to Chloe, she is still unable to tell him the truth. Nicole finds passed out Brady, and realizes he’s drunk. She’s about to take him home when a cop arrives, and Brady takes a swing at the cop and is arrested. Brady ends up in the hospital with alcohol poisoning. Bo tells Nicole he suspects Brady went on a bender due to his heartbreak about Arianna’s arrest. Guilt-stricken Nicole goes in to Brady’s room, and promises to tell him everything. Kate finds out Alice is ill, and becomes furious with Stefano for not telling her. She goes to Alice’s house, and runs into Bill. He’s upset she married Stefano, and reminds her of the person she used to be. Laura is not happy to see Kate, who later returns to Stefano and assures him their marriage is still strong. Bill, Laura, and Jennifer have an emotional talk about Alice. Caroline tells off Victor for marrying Vivian, and tells Maggie to stay away from him. He’s not a friend. Bo tells Carly about Alice and they share warm memories of her. Madeline warns Chad to do his best to steer clear on the DiMeras. Chad says he’s gone through a lot in his life recently and doesn’t need the advice.
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