The Man From Elysian Fields movie trailer - starring James Coburn, Andy Garcia, Olivia Williams, Julianna Margulies, Mick Jagger, Juliana Margulies. Directed by George Hickenlooper. Genre: Drama
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star movie trailer - starring David Spade, Craig Bierko, Ashley Edner, Scott Terra, Danny Bonaduce, Willie Aames. Directed by Sam Weisman. Genre: Comedy
The Man from Elysian Fields -- A failed novelist's inability to pay the bills strains relations with his wife and leads him to work at an escort service where he becomes entwined with a wealthy woman whose husband is a successful writer.
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star -- A thirty-something former child star hires a foster family to re-create the childhood he never had.
Return to Horror High -- In 1982, Crippen High School was the scene of a series of brutal murders. The killer was never caught. Now, a low-budget film crew that includes an ill-fated leading man (George Clooney), the pretentious director (Scott Jacoby), a lecherous producer (Alex Rocco) and numerous nubile actresses have all returned to Crippen High to film the story of what actually happened.
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star -- Pre, 'Coming Soon'
Return to Horror High -- Theatrical Preview
Return to Horror High -- Clip: False Alarm
Popular Gone Country cast mates, Maureen McCormick, Bobby Brown and Carnie Wilson are heading south again in the CMT reality series, Outsider's Inn.
Every time Gary Busey talks, Greg Giraldo wants to piss in his mouth.
Comedians say genuinely nice things about Larry the Cable Guy before the insults start.
In the 1970's, Dickie Roberts held the keys to success as a child star with a hit TV series. Now the only keys Dickie holds are the ones that start the customer's cars that he parks as a valet attendant for a Hollywood restaurant. Desparate to revive his acting career, Dickie tries to audition for a role in Rob Reiner's new movie but the director doesn't believe Dickie is normal enough to play the part. Determined to get the role, Dickie hires a "typical" family to give him the real-life upbringing he never had. But once Dickie moves in, the family's life becomes anything but normal as Dickie unleashes his wild inner child...and learns in the process some unforgettable lessons about fame, fortune and family values. Co-starring Mary McCormack, Jon Lovitz, Alyssa Milano and many former child stars including Danny Bonaduce, Barry Williams and Leif Garett.
A thirty-something former child star hires a foster family to re-create the childhood he never had.
Desperate to revive his acting career, Dickie tries to audition for a role in Rob Reiner's new movie but the director doesn't believe Dickie is normal enough to play the part. Determined to get the role, Dickie hires a "typical" family to give him the real-life upbringing he never had.
Academy Award nominee Andy Garcia (Nominee, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Godfather 3, 1991), Mick Jagger (lead singer for The Rolling Stones) and Julianna Margulies (Ghost Ship, TV's "ER") star in the provocative tale of a struggling novelist who resorts to extreme measures in order to providefor his family. Also starring Olivia Williams and Academy Award winner James Coburn (Winner, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Affliction, 1997). Becoming a successful writer remains an elusive dreamfor Byron Tiller (Garcia). No longer able to pay the bills, worried about his family's livelihood and seeing no other option, he reluctantly seeks employment at Elysian Fields - an upscale male escort service. But as Byron slowly succumbs to the demands of the job - and his own desires - a destructive pattern of deception threatens the very thing that he sought to protect... his family. "A romantic drama about seduction and betrayal." - Leah Rosen, People
In this smooth comedy-drama, a failing writer accepts an offer from a suave businessman and takes on a second job: male gigolo to a rich woman. But complications ensue when he meets the hubby. With Mick Jagger, James Coburn.
A film crew descends on a high school that was once the scene of grisly murders. As crowds flock to the set, the crew is being murdered one by one.
In 1982, Crippen High School was the scene of a series of brutal murders. The killer was never caught. Now, a low-budget film crew that includes an ill-fated leading man (George Clooney), the pretentious director (Scott Jacoby), a lecherous producer (Alex Rocco) and numerous nubile actresses have all returned to Crippen High to film the story of what actually happened. But when members of the production are stalked and slaughtered one-by-one, it appears that the depraved maniac is back. Who will survive the massacre? And what will be left of their careers? Vince Edwards and Maureen McCormick (Marcia from “The Brady Bunch”) co-star in this bloody body-count shocker in the tradition of Scream and Scary Movie, filled with all the gore, gags and gratuitous nudity that made the ‘80s a paragon of cinema excellence.
In 1982, Crippen High School was the scene of a series of brutal murders. The killer was never caught. Now, a low-budget film crew that includes an ill-fated leading man (George Clooney), the pretentious director (Scott Jacoby), a lecherous producer (Alex Rocco) and numerous nubile actresses have all returned to Crippen High to film the story of what actually happened.
In this final episode, Pigeon Manor plays host to its first wedding, but it does not go off without a hitch. It is also discovered that the bride and groom represent the Dotson and Starr families, who are embroiled in a longstanding feud. After making this discovery, Maureen, Carnie and Bobby decide to keep the families on separate floors to keep tempers from flaring, however problems continue to plague the three as they prepare for the wedding.
When Bobby is asked to perform at a concert in Detroit, he takes Leroy along for an eye-opening adventure. Meanwhile, Maureen and Carnie go out for a Cocke County-style night on the town with Mike and Todd.
A therapist is coming to the Inn to treat a group of patients. The patients turn out to be celebrity impersonators suffering from identity crises. Unaware that the inn is run by actual celebrities, confusion sets in among the patients, the doctor and the locals regarding the legitimacy of Bobby, Maureen and Carney's identities. The therapist offers Maureen an opportunity to deal with lingering identity issues from her years of playing "Marcia Brady" on The Brady Bunch.
A network of "coon dog" owners checks into Pigeon Manor for a local hunting contest. Maureen and Carnie are overwhelmed by the special requests and unsavory needs of this bizarre group. Bobby is not happy --- he only likes little dogs. The three discuss what to do about "doggie guests" at the inn because Maureen thinks the previous animals at the inn were a bad experience. She wants to begin a 'no pet rule' which means she has to figure out where to put the dogs. Carnie suggests rigging up a place for them to stay on the veranda. Bobby prefers they be far away.
It is only their second day at Pigeon Manor and Maureen and the gang are already feeling the pressures of running a bed & breakfast in Tennessee. Carney's baking skills are put to the test when Maureen wants to impress the women of the Cocke County Welcoming Committee, and Bobby goes bear hunting with a couple of guests from the inn. Will our strong-willed heroes succeed, or will these Hollywood hopefuls get eaten alive?
Maureen reveals her new Pigeon Manor Honeymoon fantasy package ... complete with mud baths, wraps and an on-call masseuse. Maureen and Carnie handle the spa and Bobby is in charge of making the couple's "fantasy requests" come true. The first couple checking in is the Basil's who appeared on CMT's Redneck Wedding. While Bobby attempts to fulfill the Basil's honeymoon fantasies like breakfast in bed, bathing nude in the river, playing in a tub of lime jell-o and witnessing ONE miracle -- Maureen and Carnie play host to members of the Animal Courtship Association who have checked-in for their annual conference which includes an awards ceremony featuring "Best Females in the Animal World" and "Most Romantic Courting Ritual in the Animal World."
Maureen's old friend Ross "the intern" comes to the inn to judge a local talent show. Nervous to judge the competition, Ross suggests that Maureen, Bobby and Carney be the judges while he hosts the event. It'll be just like American Idol. As Maureen and Bobby get excited to judge the Pigeon Idol, Carney is suffering from an uncomfortable and painful hemorrhoid. Her mood slowly transforms into anger and ultimately threatens to ruin a traditionally friendly local talent show.
Maureen McCormick (television's "Marcia Brady") leases a bed and breakfast in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and enlists the help of her celebrity friends Bobby Brown and Carnie Wilson. However, when their first guests check in, the amateur innkeepers try to kill them with kindness - without killing each other. Meanwhile, Bobby Brown goes on a hunt for moonshine, but discovers something even better.
When Ellen counsels the superficial daughter of an ex-school cheerleader on the importance of being yourself and not to follow the popular cliques, she realises she was that unpopular geek in school.
The Bradys overhear Alice and Sam talk about eloping.
Deck the halls with love and laughter as the Brady Bunch comes home for Christmas! Mike, Carol and the whole gang are back, in a warm and wonderful two hour special featuring all of the characters from the popular series - plus their new families.
Carol’s minor parking lot accident turns into a court case.
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