A highschool girl has a crush on her male friend, who only has eyes for another girl from a rich family.
Fannie Flagg's serio-comic story of a retirement home resident who inspires a lonely housewife with a tale about her Depression-era youth. Wonderful female ensemble!
When her estranged brother arrives and threatens to expose a chilling family secret, Lily Dale's sunny life turns dark and stormy. From Pulitzer Prize winner Horton Foote.
The Last Party movie trailer - starring Robert Downey, Jr., William Baldwin, Pat Buchanan, Barbara Bush. Directed by Mark Benjamin. Genre: Drama
Western chiller about a woman whose new husband is the victim of a terrible family curse.
Reporter Grace Collier (Chloe Sevigny, TV'sBig Love, American Psycho) witnesses a woman committing a bizarre murder in this disturbing shocker based on Brian De Palma's 1973 classic. When police fail to find a corpse or any trace of the crime, Collier undertakes her own investigation that leads her to a mental asylum and the discovery of the mysterious woman's once-conjoined twin. Stephen Rea also stars as the twins' controlling and controversial doctor in a chilling look at the deep and sometimes psychotic bond between Sisters.
True story of an aimless Pennsylvania teen who is drawn in to his father's life of crime. Powerful performances by all!
When a wealthy, but shy, young man falls in love with a beautiful workaholic, all he can do is send her flowers...anonymously.
A young man realizes that he has lived in a previous life and that his girlfriend's mother is his widow. Enjoyable fantasy with a nice cast. Chances are you'll like it!
Gardens Of Stone starring Mary Stuart Masterson, James Caan, James Earl Jones, Dean Stockwell, D.B. Sweeney, Anjelica Huston
www.ticklingleothemovie.net. Opening in New York City on Friday, September 4, at http://www.quadcinema.com/.
Set around the days of Yom Kippur, Tickling Leo is a contemporary drama that follows three generations of one Jewish family whose secrets threaten to wipe away its future. When he loses touch with his estranged father, Zak Pikler (Daniel Sauli) and his pregnant girlfriend Delphina (Annie Parisse) travel to an abandoned Catskills lake where the eccentric poet Warren Yitzchak Pikler (Lawrence Pressman) is living in solitude and declining health. As Zak copes with his father's dementia, Delphina inadvertently uncovers a secret the Piklers have been hiding since World War II: an impossible sacrifice they made in order to join Rudolph Kasztner's controversial train out of Hungary.
It's 1939, the era of the 'big broadcast'. It's also radio station WBN's first night on the air. Unfortunately, someone is murdering its employees one by one. The show must go on!
When Zak and his girlfriend Delphina visit his estranged father for Yom Kippur in the Catskills, they find him suffering from dementia and inadvertently uncover a dark family secret from WWII: an impossible sacrifice Zak's grandfather (Eli Wallach) made to join Rudolf Kasztner's controversial freedom train out of Hungary. Directed by Jeremy Davidson, and produced by Mary Stuart Masterson.
When Zak and his girlfriend Delphina visit his estranged father in the Catskills, they find him suffering from dementia and inadvertently uncover a dark family secret from WWII: an impossible sacrifice Zak's grandfather (Eli Wallach) made to join Rudolph Kasztner's controversial freedom train out of Hungary.
When an unhappy-at-home 10-year-old girl befriends a mentally disabled man on his way to an institution, their close bond stirs up trouble.
In 1960s North Carolina, a precocious 10-year-old girl (Evan Rachel Wood) has fantasies of escaping her unhappy home, a motel run by her mother (Cathy Moriarty) and "sister" (Mary Stuart Masterson). When she befriends a mentally disabled man (Kevin Bacon) on his way to an institution, their close bond stirs up trouble. Soon, the rampant town gossip threatens to break them apart. This drama marks actor Timothy Hutton's directorial debut.
Philip Van Horn (Trevor St. John) returns to his hometown of Cuba, Missouri after a long stint in Hollywood without much success. Greeted like a celebrity back home, he impresses his high school love, Dorothy (Mary Stuart Masterson). A fallen cheerleader and beauty queen, Dorothy’s life has become boring and plagued by overbearing boyfriend Ezra Good (Jon Favreau). As tension grows with Ezra, Dorothy looks for love and redemption in this stranger with a mysterious past.
Philip Van Horn (Trevor St. John,) who left his small town of Cuba Missouri a long time ago to become a Hollywood actor without much success, returns home for a visit.
Dorothy is a small town beauty queen and fallen cheerleader whose life is turned upside down when a handsome stranger stranger from her past re-enters her life.
Madeleine Stowe, Andie MacDowell, Drew Barrymore and Mary Stuart Masterson star in the wild Western story of four fallen women on the run. Branded as outlaws, pursued by a posse and tracked by Pinkerton detectives, the four must ride together to stay alive. But when they're double crossed by a gang of ruthless desperados, the women decide it's time to stop running, and start fighting! Bad Girls is a rough-riding, straight-shooting, fun-filled adventure that writes a whole new chapter in the lore of the Western hero!
From the mind of George Lucas, Radioland Murders is a star-studded, madcap murder-mystery that brings back the heyday of live radio and will keep you laughing and guessing until the show-stopping finale! An all-star ensemble cast comes together in this side-splitting whodunit that lovingly recreates an era known for its big band sound and art deco look.
Ends 05/31/14. When these 'girls' strap on their six-guns, everybody better duck! After one of them kills an abusive client, four bordello beauties take off across the wild, wild West--with a posse, an outlaw gang and one lovestruck cowboy in hot pursuit.
Alicia tries to hold a website accountable when its users accuse her client, a college professor, of being linked to domestic terrorism. Meanwhile, Will goes against Diane’s wishes when he hires Damian Boyle, an unpredictable attorney with ties to organized crime, who immediately interjects himself into Alicia's website case. Also, Eli and Jackie clash over a Florrick family secret. Jason O'Mara guest stars as Damian Boyle, Lockhart/Gardner's new lawyer. Mary Stuart Masterson guest stars as Rachel, an old acquaintance of Jackie's.
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In an all-new bonus episode, Martin's car mysteriously breaks down in the town where he first became a reporter. When he begins to suspect his mentor is involved in illegal activity there, he risks severing their friendship in order to find the truth.
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When injured prisoners invade Mercy's halls, Veronica learns her patient's dark secret. Sonia and Briggs come to terms with making a life or death decision.
Veronica continues her therapy sessions; Chloe tracks down an ER patient with potentially fatal blood test results.
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PTSD therapy brings Veronica to a pivotal point in her relationship with Chris.
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Veronica considers seeing a therapist; Chloe starts to warm up to Dr. Briggs when she learns why he became a doctor; Sonia runs into an ex-boyfriend.
Trevor sets up Claire's friend Riley and a distrusting private investigator, as Claire walks the line between relationship expert and friend; Felix becomes smitten with the mother of Lita's new boyfriend.
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Blue's Big treasure Hunt leads us to unlock doors we have not seen before and leads us to skidoo into a special land.
Mary Stuart Masterson - March 21, 1992: Check out these selected sketches from the 1992 episode hosted by Benny and Joon star Mary Stuart Masterson. Sketches include: 'Lyle, The Effeminate Homosexual' and 'Who Shot Me?'
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