Chronicle of 30 years in the often turbulent relationship between a mother and daughter. Popular tear-jerker won most major Academy Awards, including Best Picture!
Seven young girls and their friendships are put to the test by budding romance, annoying neighbors and scheming snobs. Based on the popular book series.
John Sayles' fact-based account of a coal miners' union vs. mining bosses in 1920's West Virginia. Finely done in every way!
Shirley MacLaine and Jack Nicholson won acting Oscars in Terms Of Endearment (1983), which also won Best Picture for its tragicomic conflict between a mother and daughter.
Peephole -- Jack, a neurotic recluse, spends his days watching his neighbors through the glass lens of his peephole. Longing for the beautiful Lucia, he battles to end his isolation, unaware of what lies in store for him.
The Baby-Sitters Club -- It's the story about seven very different best friends, and one summer that will bring them together like never before.
The Baby-Sitters Club -- Based on the best-selling book series about seven friends whose babysitting business leads to adventure.
Drawn Together: Season 2: Episode 8 -- Spying on his roommates' bathroom routines is super fun for Captain Hero until radiation from his X-ray vision causes a serious illness.
Passion Fish -- US Home Video Trailer from Columbia
Drama is set at the eight-year reunion of 7 student activists who were arrested together in Secaucus, NJ on their way to a protest in Washington; at the reunion we learn of the groups' dense romantic histories.
The Baby-Sitters Club is based on the classic book series of the same name--one of the top--selling book series in history. It chronicles one summer in the lives of seven young women on the cusp of their teenage years, bound by friendships that will last a lifetime, challenged by adventures, family crises and romantic entanglements.
Based on the best-selling book series about seven friends whose babysitting business leads to adventure.
THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB is based on the classic book series of the same name -- one of the top-selling book series in history. It chronicles one summer in the lives of seven young women on the cusp of their teenage years, bound by friendships that will last a lifetime, challenged by adventures, family crises, and romantic entanglements.
John Sayles second feature, Lianna, is about a woman who finds herself starting life over after coming out of the closet as a lesbian. Lianna (Linda Griffiths) is married to Dick Massey (Jon De Vries), a charismatic English professor who also teaches film classes, and has two children Spencer (Jesse Solomon) and Theda (Jessica Wight MacDonald). Lianna's life is a succession of domestic errands and boring faculty parties, however her heaviest cross to bear is dealing with her waning marriage to Dick. They married when Lianna was still an undergraduate, and the domineering style that works well for Dick in the classroom is beginning to wear thin at home. In addition, Lianna often finds herself consoling her children after they have been verbally one-upped by their father. In order to find intellectual stimulus, Lianna takes a college extension child-psychology course taught by Ruth (Jane Hallaren). When Lianna catches Dick having an affair with a young coed, she finds comfort and eventually true love in the arms of Ruth. However, this comes with a price as everything in her life is turned upside down.
Terms of Endearment covers three decades in the lives of widow Aurora Greenaway (Shirley MacLaine) and her daughter Emma (Debra Winger). Fiercely protected by Aurora throughout childhood, Emma runs into resistance from her mother when she marries wishy-washy college teacher Flap (Jeff Daniels). Aurora is even more put out at the prospect of being a grandmother, though she grows a lot fonder of her three grandkids than she does of her son-in-law. Flap proves that Aurora's instincts were on target when he enters into an affair with a student (Leslie Charleson). Meanwhile, Emma finds romantic consolation with an unhappily married banker (played by John Lithgow, who registers well in a rare "nice guy" performance). As for Aurora, she is ardently pursued by her next-door neighbor, boisterous astronaut Garrett Breedlove (Jack Nicholson). After 75 minutes or so of pursuing an episodic, semi-comic plotline, the film abruptly shifts moods when Emma discovers that she has terminal cancer. Terms of Endearment won Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay for TV veteran James L. Brooks making his first feature film, Best Actress for MacLaine, and Best Supporting Actor for Nicholson. It was followed by a sequel, The Evening Star (1996), which again featured MacLaine as Aurora.
Terms of Endearment dazzled critics and audiences alike with its believable, insightful story of two captivating people, mother and daughter, unforgettably played by Shirley MacLaine and Debra Winger. From grand slapstick to deepest sentiment, director James L. Brooks masterfully paints scenes from their evolving 30-year relationship.
After discovering her husband is having an affair, a wife and mother goes in search of meaning in her life only to find love in the arms of another woman. This drama was written, directed and edited by John Sayles.
A woman hears a scream from her neighbor's house. She crosses the street to check on her neighbors and finds them brutally murdered in an apparent robbery attempt. Fourteen years later, that same woman attends a parole hearing for Max Barton, the man arrested for those horrific murders. Testifying at the hearing is Monk, who led the investigation fourteen years ago. Monk wants to make sure that Max Barton stays behind bars, but during Monk's testimony, a young lawyer arrives with some shocking news. A new DNA test of evidence found at the crime scene has exonerated Max, and he will soon become a free man. Monk is consumed by guilt. He's never made such a grievous mistake – putting an innocent man away for fourteen years. He reaches out to Max but Max refuses to forgive Monk. Nevertheless, Monk wants to make things right.
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