Three best friends find themselves where we’ve all been– at that confusing "moment" in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So…where is this going?"
Three best friends find themselves where we’ve all been at that confusing "moment" in every dating relationship when you have to decide "So where is this going?"
Thirteen Days movie trailer - starring Kevin Costner, Bruce Greenwood, Dylan Baker, Steven Culp, Michael Fairman. Directed by Roger Donaldson. Genre: Drama
Atmospheric view of modern New York life, with Allen as a frustrated television writer romancing Keaton and high-schooler Hemingway. One of his best pictures!
Manhattan -- Watch the full trailer for WGN America's series 'Manhattan'.
In That Awkward Moment, three guys in support of a friend devastated by a recent breakup vow to maintain their single status for as long as possible. The plan gets derailed when they each fall in love and have to secretly work around their pledge to bachelorhood, while trying to figure out the complications of modern day relationships.
In THAT AWKWARD MOMENT, three guys in support of a friend devastated by a recent breakup vow to maintain their single status for as long as possible. The plan gets derailed when they each fall in love and have to secretly work around their pledge to bachelorhood, while trying to figure out the complications of modern day relationships.
Kevin Costner stars in this inside look at how the Kennedy Administration responded to the discovery of offensive Soviet weapons in Cuba, and the pressurized tug-of-war that ensued between the US and the USSR during the thirteen days of the missile crisis.
He's a shy, illiterate short-order cook who's never taken a chance at love. She's a newly widowed factory worker who's vowed to never love again. But as their friendship slowly blossoms and Iris helps Stanley learn to read, his strong yet gentle kindness helps mend her broken heart. And where once two lonely strangers stood trapped within the past, Stanley and Iris can now begin a new chapter of their lives together.
Jane Fonda and Robert De Niro star in a touching story of two people who escape their own private prisons -- he can't read, she's still grieving for her dead husband -- to explore a tender relationship.
Woody Allen portrays a very successful television writer who is tired of churning out pap comedy, and sets out to write a serious novel. He can make people laugh, but can he make them feel? Allen seems also set on collecting for himself every neurosis known to humankind. He sometimes lives with teenager Mariel Hemingway, but their age difference is producing guilt. Introduced to Diane Keaton, Allen finds her annoying, aggressive...and fascinating. He leaves Hemingway, however, Keaton returns to her former lover, Allen's best friends, and they become "just friends." Allen's ex-wife (Meryl Streep) has written a successful book, "Marriage, Divorce and Selfhood" --it turns Allen into a worldwide weirdo and explains her newfound lesbianism. When the abandoned Hemingway is about to leave the country to finish her education, Allen realizes the depth of his love for her.
New York City is threatened with a biological weapon and frank must attempt to stop it while keeping the secret from his family.
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