Writer/Director/Star Burns follows up his popular feature debut 'The Brothers McMullen' with another wry romantic tale, a story of two brothers and the woman who comes between them.
Low budget film about three Irish Catholic brothers from Long Island dealing with temptation, fear and commitment. A serious, yet funny look at Generation X. Won Best Picture at the Sundance Film Festival.
She's the One -- Sibling rivalry runs amok in this wry tale about Micky and Francis, two very different brothers, and the one thing that comes between them.
The Brothers McMullen -- This angst-filled tale of three Irish-Catholic brothers explores men's relationships with women.
The Brothers McMullen -- Three Irish Catholic brothers from Long Island struggle to deal with love, marriage, and infidelity.
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Three brothers from Long Island try to reconcile their lives and loves in this charming romantic comedy which won Best Picture at the Sundance Film Festival. After their good-for-nothing father dies and their mother leaves to be with the man she really loves, brothers Jack, Barry and Patrick are left with the only each other as they struggle with their own relationships. Married Jack is tempted to have an affair; Patrick isn't sure his fiancee is 'the one'; and Barry can't deal with the fact that he is actually falling in love. Written, directed by and starring Edward Burns, The Brothers McMullen is a heartwarming look at matters of the heart.
Trailer for She's the One.
Filmmaker and star Edward Burns follows his acclaimed film debut, The Borthers McMullen, with this equally fresh, funny and wry romantic comedy about two brothers wrestling with their preposterous approaches to life and love.
Mickey, a free-spirited New York cabbie, and Francis, a materialistic Wall Street stockbroker, are extremely competitive and confused about women as a result of their father's influence.
Though they disagree about nearly everything, they have one think in common: Mickey's ex-fiancee Heather is Francis's secret lover. Though both brothers have beautiful wives, Heather triggers their longtime sibling rivalry with uproarious and unexpected results.
Mickey (Edward Burns) and Francis Fitzpatrick (Mike McGlone), each in his own fashion, have tried to live by their father's rule: "You've got to do what makes you happy first." Mickey thinks he's happy being a cab driver and living the life of a carefree bachelor -- that is, until he meets Hope (Maxine Bahns), a beautiful, free-spirited graduate student on her way to Paris. Francis thinks he's happy making a killing on Wall Street and being married to his vivacious college sweetheart (Jennifer Aniston) -- that is, until he takes up with Heather (Cameron Diaz), a stunning blonde from Mickey's past. When the two brothers' romantic problems converge in ways neither of them could have imagined, the old sibling rivalry turns into a battle royal.
Sibling rivalry runs amok in this wry tale about Micky and Francis, two very different brothers, and the one thing that comes between them.
After their good-for-nothing father dies and their mother leaves to be with the man she really loves, brothers Jack, Barry and Patrick are left with only each other as they struggle with their own relationships. Married Jack is tempted to have an affair; Patrick isn't sure his fiancée is "the one"; and Barry can't deal with the fact that he is actually falling in love.
This angst-filled tale of three Irish-Catholic brothers explores men's relationships with women.
When Jane's brother-in-law, Danny Ruskin (guest star KEVIN RANKIN) returns to town and gets mixed up in a murder investigation, Jane must revisit his shady past and come to his aid despite personal reservations.
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When a girl is suspected of killing her best friend, but has no memory of the event, Jane engineers a risky maneuver in which she must relive the evening in order to remember.
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Patrick Jane plays mind games with the suspects in the case of a wealthy investment banker found murdered inside his locked saferoom.
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The team learns that the young dancer was enrolled in a famous dance school and her fellow competitors seem the most likely suspects. Meanwhile, when a local fish merchant's body is found, Danny and Dr. Hawkes trace him back to the recently relocated Fulton Fish Market where they discover that he was impaled by a swordfish. Their investigation leads them to a high-priced Manhattan private school where parents will pay any price to get their children enrolled. Also, Lindsay examines the death of a Roosevelt Island Tram driver found dead on board by early morning commuters. Scenes from this episode with series stars Gary Sinise, Melina Kanakaredes and Eddie Cahill were filmed on location in New York City's Herald Square.
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