Whose side is Ben on?
Simple but effective tale of a recently widowed woman who becomes involved with an illiterate co-worker as she teaches him how to read. Top-notch cast!
A psychiatrist and her manic-depressive patient find themselves mutually attracted.
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Scott (Jon Foster of STAY ALIVE) and Penny (Sarah Jones of “Sons Of Anarchy”) just moved to a remote cabin to escape the pressures of the world and breathe new life into their art. But they’ll soon discover they are not alone: an infamously reclusive artist – known only as ‘Mr. Jones’ – lives nearby. He doesn’t like to be disturbed, and only comes out at night when he drags his strange, sinister sculptures deep into the woods. When Scott and Penny’s curiosity leads them too close for Mr. Jones’ comfort, he plunges the young couple into a nightmare world of mayhem, madness and mind-bending terror.
Grant High welcomes someone new.
Daren Kagasoff from The Secret Life of the American Teenager answers fan's questions!
All the moments that made you gasp, cry, and fall in love with "Secret Life," in one short clip.
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In 1950's Seattle, a woman with a rebellious son discovers too late that her new husband has a cruel side. Fine cast in a powerful story!
A frustrated escape artist who waitresses at a chic New York club decides to rob the place as she becomes romantically involved with an illegal alien from England.
Richard Gere stars as a charming construction worker afflicted with a manic depressive disorder. When he finds himself hospitalized, he is treated by a phychiatrist who, while attempting to control the extremes of his moods and the mercurial quality of his illness, is shocked to find herself falling in love with him.
Academy Award-winner Robert De Niro ("GoodFellas," "City by the Sea"), Emmy-winner Ellen Barkin ("Sea of Love," "The Big Easy") and Academy Award-nominee Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Departed," "Blood Diamond") star in the film adaptation of author Tobias Wolff's award-winning autobiographical novel. Set in the 1950s, this moving drama tells the story of a young boy and his divorced mother who travel cross country in hopes of a better life. When his mother marries, the boy must struggle to endure a hostile and complex relationship with his tyrannical new stepfather while coming to terms with his own hopes and dreams. Newsweek called this film "stunning, smart, moving and made with passion. This is well crafted Hollywood filmmaking in full bloom."
This Tribeca Film Festival midnight film breakout is hailed as a new, frightening addition to found footage horror films. Young couple Scott (Jon Foster of RAMPART) and Penny (Sarah Jones of TV’s SONS OF ANARCHY) just moved to a remote cabin and their only neighbor for miles is a strange hermit who only comes out at night. Each evening he drags his strange, disturbing sculptures deep into the woods and Scott and Penny begin to suspect this man is actually the infamous reclusive artist known only as Mr. Jones. They believe they’ve stumbled across a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to document his bizarre existence, but when they delve too deeply, the couple is trapped in a labyrinth of terror and must fight to escape a realm of nightmares. Costars David Clennon (THE THING).
Richard Gere delivers a powerful performance as a man plagued by the extreme highs and lows of manic depression, and whose psychiatrist (Lena Olin) can't help feeling drawn to him.
Set in the 1950s, this moving drama tells the story of a young boy and his divorced mother who travel cross country in hopes of a better life.
A new, acclaimed addition to found-footage horror films, MR. JONES follows a young couple trapped in a labyrinth of terror when they intrude on their elusive neighbor's property.
In the series finale, decisions about the future are made by everyone as graduation day approaches.
After discovering that Anne tried to convince Amy to go to NY alone, Ricky gives Amy an ultimatum.
Leo offers an apartment in NY to Ricky and Amy, but Amy isn't sure about living in the same building as Ben.
Ricky is upset when he finds out the real reason behind Amy's choice of wedding day.
Kathleen's mother arrives to stay with them, while Grace and Jack have an announcement to make.
Ben offers to help find an apartment for Ricky, John and Amy to all live together in New York, but Ricky isn't thrilled with the idea of living with Ben.
Amy tries to figure out the financials of going to Hudson, and a lawyer reaches out to Jack about suing the school.
After the shooting Jack finally reaches out to Dr. Fields, while Nora upsets Ricky when she implies he can raise John on his own.
Amy heads to NY to tour a college campus, and Ricky is confused about his feelings for Clementine.
George tells Amy that it is time to come clean about the marriage, while Grace tries to take over the wedding plans since Anne is preoccupied.
Ricky and Amy confide in Dr. Fields about their feelings on the future, while Jack makes a decision about his future career.
Not everyone likes the wedding dress Amy found, while Kathy is conflicted about returning home.
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