Little Children movie trailer - starring Jennifer Connelly, Kate Winslet, Patrick Wilson, Jackie Earle Haley, Sadie Goldstein, Ty Simpkins. Directed by Todd Field. Theatrical Release Date: 10/6/2006
Learning Curve movie trailer - starring Susana Gibb, Marsha Dietlein, John Davies, Meason Wiley, John S. Davies. Directed by Andy Anderson. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Little Manhattan movie trailer - starring Bradley Whitford, Cynthia Nixon, Josh Hutcherson, Charlie Ray. Directed by Mark Levin. Theatrical Release Date: 9/30/2005
Mickey Blue Eyes movie trailer - starring James Caan, Burt Young, James Fox, Hugh Grant, Jeanne Tripplehorn. Directed by Kelly Makin. Genre: Comedy
Mysterious gas brings the dead back to life in this so-so sequel, inspired by George Romero's trilogy.
The Learning Curve movie trailer - starring Steven Bauer, Monet Mazur, Carmine Giovinazzo, Vincent Ventresca, Majandra Delfino. Directed by Eric Schwab. Genre: Drama
Fairy tale legend becomes modern day nightmare when a young mother brings home an unusual 'wishing stone' from an antique shop... and accidentally unleashes the ancient demon on '90s L.A.!
Boiler Room movie trailer - starring Giovanni Ribisi, Nia Long, Vin Diesel, Scott Caan, Ron Rifkin, Nicky Katt. Directed by Bob Younger. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
Exciting true story of the most successful escape of inmates at a Nazi prison camp.
Trailer for the short film The Learning Curve.
School teacher Grace Leonard finds her former student Lenny, now 22, at her front door seven years after being in her middle school German class. Lenny's plan is to confront Grace about her sexual aggression towards him as a young teenager so he can forgive and move on with his life, however, his well thought out plan goes horribly wrong when Grace doesn't react as he expects.
Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner Jennifer Connelly and Academy Award, Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Kate Winslet star with Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominee Patrick Wilson in this big-screen adaptation of Tom Perotta's best-selling novel that exposes the turbulent emotional landscape primed to explode just beneath the surface of a quiet suburban neighborhood. A darkly comic, revealing journey through a world both familiar and foreign, this story of marriage, children, desire and infidelity bristles with the keen writing of its acclaimed author and the direction of Academy Award-nominee Todd Field. Also starring Noah Emmerich, Trini Alvarado and Jackie Earle Haley who earned an Academy Award nomination for his haunting portrayal as Ronnie J. McGorvey. Kate Winslet was also nominated for an Academy Award and Golden Globe for her performance.
Jennifer Connelly and Kate Winslet star with Patrick Wilson in this big-screen adaptation of Tom Perotta's best-selling novel that exposes the turbulent emotional landscape.
Based on the novel by Tom Perrotta, Little Children centers on a handful of individuals whose lives intersect on the playgrounds, town pools and streets of their small community in surprising and potentially dangerous ways.
In a city known for excitement, two young friends are about to embark on the greatest adventure of all. Gabe (Josh Hutcherson) and Rosemary (Charlie Ray) have known each other nearly all of their lives, but when they come face-to-face in a karate class, they see each other in a whole new light. Filled with all the magical, marvelous and maddening moments of first love, this charming film is fun for the whole family!
Little Manhattan is a romantic comedy about life, the Big Apple, and that mysterious, maddening and wonderful phenomenon known as "first love."
Gabe (JOSH HUTCHERSON) is an 11 year-old fifth grader, living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan with his father (BRADLEY WHITFORD) and mother (CYNTHIA NIXON). Gabe's parents have been separated for a year and a half but still share the apartment. Gabe considers New York to be his city, at least the 10 square blocks that surround his home. Gabe is happy hanging out with his three best friends, playing basketball in the schoolyard and scooting around the neighborhood. He has no time for or interest in girls. But when Gabe joins a karate class and is partnered with Rosemary Telesco (CHARLIE RAY), whom he's known since nursery school, everything changes. Gabe is smitten with Rosemary, even if he doesn't understand the feelings that are both thrilling and tormenting him. And so Gabe begins his bumpy road to first love.
A successful coffee importer and his son become suspects in a young woman's murder after evidence suggests that she was involved with both men.