Nora Ephron co-wrote this story about an aging mobster reunited with his highly determined teenaged daughter. Falk and Lloyd are always engaging.
What's Next? -- What is 'What's Next?'. A documentary that follows six Point Pleasant Beach High School (New Jersey) students as they plan and prepare for college and their future.
Each of the six have different talents and different opportunities. They each must face their own challenges, pitfalls, and obstacles. Along the ways, they each discover their strengths and prepare to answer the unavoidable question, 'What's Next?'.
The One Who Loves You -- It s 1974. Gloria Bethune has failed as a singer in New York and returned to her lifeless hometown. She clashes with her sister, and is sent packing to a rooming house, whose one other tenant is Roy Hutchens, a charming looser who has run out of bridges to burn. Early in their acquaintance Gloria alludes to her singing aspirations, and despite her beauty and optimism, Roy recognizes the tragic flaw of a victim in her. He invents a story about himself being the former husband and manager of a famous country star. And it goes from there
Enhancing the 1970' flavor of 'The One Who Loves You' is its roots-inspired Country soundtrack, which features music by the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Phil Lee ( The Mighty King of Love ). Lee also performs onscreen in the role of Jimmy Earl, a down-on-his luck one-hit wonder. The movie also includes a new recording of Lee s I m The Why She s Gone by hard-core country maverick and Austin Music Hall of Famer Dale Watson, as well as scorching performances by country Academy of Country Music Awards nominees Jann Browne ( Ain t No Train ) and Joy Lynn White ( One More Time ).
Cookie -- Sam lives a normal life until a mysterious box of fortune cookies shows up on his door step. As he tries to unravel the mystery of their origin, he becomes convinced that there is something magical about the fortunes. As he begins to run low on fortune cookies, his attempt to fulfill each fortune becomes more elaborate. This light hearted journey turns to a desperate struggle to gain what he values most when he decides to leave his conscience by the wayside.
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Comedy about a young, lively Italian-American woman and her ex-convict father who sting the Mafia and the law. Emily Lloyd ("In Country," "Wish You Were Here") and Peter Falk ("The In-Laws," TV's "Columbo") star in this high-spirited comedy about a feisty, outspoken, streetwise teenage girl growing up in Brooklyn who manages to outsmart both the mob and the law while rebuilding her rocky relationship with her father after a long separation. Oscar-winner Dianne Wiest ("The Birdcage," "Hannah and Her Sisters") is Cookie's mother who encourages the hot-tempered father- daughter duo into loving each other. Written by Nora Ephron ("When Harry Met Sally...") and directed by Susan Seidelman ("Desperately Seeking Susan," "Making Mr. Right"), Newsday calls Emily Lloyd's portrayal "bright, sassy, funny, gaudy and beautifully sketched" and WWOR-TV calls the film "a wonderful gem of a movie...it's "The Godfather" with laughs...if you're asked to see 'Cookie', you can't refuse."
Paroled labor racketeer "Dapper" Dino is sought after by a "politically ambitious" prosecutor schemes to put him back in jail and a deceitful partner sizes him up for concrete shoes.
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