Benson and Stabler take a visit to see their old friend in the witness protection program.
Common Sense Media reviews Beastly for kids and families.
Leave your inhibitions at the door as Hugh Jackman (X-Men Trilogy) and Michelle Williams (Brokeback Mountain) lure Ewan McGregor (Moulin Rouge) into a tangled web of lust and lies in this scorching erotic thriller. Lonely, timid accountant Jonathan McQuarry (McGregor) lives only for his work - until a chance meeting with suave, charismatic corporate lawyer Wyatt Bose (Jackman) introduces him to "The List." Suddenly, the right cell-phone number and the words, "Are You Free Tonight," launch Jonathan on a decadent journey of sexual conquests and self-discovery amidst New York's power elite. But an affair with a ravishing and mysterious stranger (Williams) will expose him to another world he never imagined: one of betrayal, treachery and murder!
The hilarious story of a playwrite's first production complicated by his unconventional family, his precarious relationship and his cast of kooks. Produced by Martin Scorsese with lots of great cameos.
Kyle Kingson (Alex Pettyfer) has it all looks, intelligence, wealth and opportunity and a wicked
cruel streak. Prone to mocking and humiliating aggressively unattractive classmates, he zeroes in
on Goth classmate Kendra (Mary-Kate Olsen), inviting her to the school's extravagant environmental
bash. Kendra accepts, and, true to form, Kyle blows her off in a particularly savage fashion. She
retaliates by casting a spell that physically transforms him into everything he despises. Enraged by
his horrible and unrecognizable appearance he confronts Kendra and learns that the only solution to
the curse is to find someone that will love him as he is a task he considers impossible.
Repulsed by his appearance, Kyle's callous father (Peter Krause) banishes him to Brooklyn with a
sympathetic housekeeper (LisaGay Hamilton) and blind tutor (Neil Patrick Harris). As Kyle ponders
how to overcome the curse and get his old life back, he chances upon a drug addict in the act of
killing a threatening dealer. Seizing the opportunity, Kyle promises the addict freedom and safety for
his daughter Lindy (Vanessa Hudgens) if she will consent to live in Kyle's Brooklyn home. Thus
begins Kyle's journey to discover true love in this hyper-modern retelling of the classic "Beauty and
the Beast" story
Praised with "4 stars," (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times), Tarantino's feature film follow-up Jackie Brown earned a 1997 Oscar® nomination for supporting actor Robert Forster (Mulholland Drive), three Golden Globe nominations (including Best Musical/Comedy) and an NAACP Image Award nomination for Pam Grier’s performance. An all-star cast joins Grier and Forster, including Samuel L. Jackson, Robert DeNiro, Michael Keaton and Bridget Fonda in Tarantino's adaptation of the novel by Elmore Leonard (3:10 to Yuma, Out of Sight).
A sexy flight attendant (Grier) is caught in a plot between the police and an arms dealer, and everyone's looking for the payoff. There are six unlikely players on the trail for a big score - a half million dollars in cash. But alliances are shaky when its unclear who is playing and who is getting played.
After arrogant teenager Kyle Kingson humiliates a Goth classmate, she puts a curse on him that transforms him from a hunk into a hideous creature. To break the hex, Kyle must find someone who loves him for what he's become.
Academy Award nominee Robert Downey Jr. and Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx star in an extraordinary and inspiring true story of how a chance meeting can change a life.
Amanda Seyfried stars as adult film icon Linda Lovelace, a woman coerced into and abused by the porn industry before taking charge of her life.
Amanda Seyfried is Linda Lovelace in this true story about the girl-next-door who becomes the world's first pornstar.
Amanda Seyfried is Linda Lovelace in this true story about the girl-next-door who becomes the world's first pornstar. As DEEP THROAT catapults her to fame, her personal life begins to unravel.
A curse transforms a handsome and arrogant young man into everything he detests in this contemporary retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Wealthy Kyle Kingson (Alex Pettyfer) has everything a teenager could want in life, but he still gets off on humiliating the weaker and less attractive. When Kyle invites his misfit classmate Kendra (Mary-Kate Olsen) to an environmental rally at their school, she questions his motivations but reluctantly accepts. Later, Kyle blows Kendra off, prompting the spurned goth girl to cast a dark spell on the swaggering egotist. The spell causes Kyle to transform into an unsightly creature that strikes fear into the heart of everyone he meets, and the only way to reverse it is for him to find someone who can love him for who he is on the inside. Subsequently sent by his repulsed father to live in Brooklyn, Kyle forges a tenuous friendship with his kindly housekeeper (Lisa Gay Hamilton) and his blind tutor (Neil Patrick Harris). When Kyle witnesses a drug addict in a desperate struggle with a menacing dealer, he intervenes, promising to protect the addict under the condition that his beautiful daughter, Lindy (Vanessa Hudgens), comes to live with the unsightly recluse in his sprawling Brooklyn home. Over time, the two forge a relationship that grows much deeper than anything Kyle has ever experienced before.
Spoiled, shallow high school student Kyle (Alex Pettyfer) is cursed by classmate Kendra (Mary-Kate Olsen), a witch masquerading as a student. She transforms him into someone as unattractive on the outside as he is on the inside. Now he has one year to convince an unassuming classmate, Lindy (Vanessa Hudgens), to see past his surface and love him, or he'll remain 'beastly' forever.
When a priest is assaulted days before Christmas, the SVU detectives must scramble to free an innocent man and unravel an unsettling mystery.
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When thieves hijack a truck filled with valuable medical supplies, $50 million dollars intended for a relief effort in Zambia and two aid workers, the FBI races a second violent crew intent on getting to the goods first.
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In the landmark 100th episode of "Without a Trace," the team searches for a family man, Aaron Gibbs (ERIK LA SALLE - "ER," "One Hour Photo"), who has been emotionally haunted and financially harmed by living through and being displaced by Hurricane Katrina. Aaron's wife, Sherise (LISA GAY HAMILTON - "The Practice," "The Sum of All Fears"), tells the investigators that she last saw Aaron the previous morning when he left their Queens motel room. Supposedly, Aaron had gotten a temporary construction job in New Jersey after being fired from a construction job with his cousin, Chuck Barr (MICHAEL BEACH - "Third Watch," "ER"). But the team learns that Aaron, whose truck was found abandoned and burned, actually quit his cousin's job and lied about having found work in New Jersey. Wondering what else Aaron may have been hiding from his wife, the agents entertain theories of foul play and suicide, as well as the possibility that Aaron chose to run away from his mounting financial woes.
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Police take in young Ken Randall, Fin's son, when they catch him digging up dirt in an open space in the middle of the night.
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After a little girl is mistakenly shot, Pratt and Weaver desperately try to revive her. Meanwhile, Haleh (recurring guest star Yvette Freeman) holds her annual choir tryouts, and everyone is surprised by who is chosen to sing the solo. Eve's (recurring guest star Kristen Johnston) treatment of a patient causes management to get involved. Abby and Kovac exchange Christmas gifts, but Abby's gift to him is bigger than expected.
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Tim catches Jenny with Marina, and end up complicating their relationship even more; Bette announces Tina’s pregnancy to her father, but his reaction dismays her and Kit confronts him on her behalf.
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Season 1. Bette's commitment is tested, while Tina is harassed by the sperm donor's girlfriend; Tim and Jenny return home separately.
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Tim catches Jenny with Marina, and end up complicating their relationship even more; Bette announces Tina's pregnancy to her father, but his reaction dismays her and Kit confronts him on her behalf.
Despite getting great reviews for her book, Carrie obsesses over the negative critique Aidan must surely be spreading about her. Meanwhile, Charlotte prepares to fight for her apartment and Samantha discovers a hidden talent for baby-sitting.
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Eugene defends a rabbi accused of rape.
Bobby represents a man whose wife died after undergoing plastic surgery.
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Gamble faces humiliation when a witness in a high profile case changes his testimony.
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