Two cowboys from 'way out west' travel to New York to help an old friend find his daughter. When they arrive, their friend is dead and his daughter a hostage. Hicks in the big city comedy adds interest.
On the run from correspondence-course con-men, aspiring Western writer Lewis (Jeff Bridges) meets cowboys led by Pike (Andy Griffith), then Miss Trout (Blythe Danner), in director Howard Zieff's Hearts Of The West, 1975.
Rehearsing with Miss Trout (Blythe Danner) then on camera, newly recruited movie-star Lewis (Jeff Bridges) gets coached by director Kessler (Alan Arkin), who later cuts a deal, in Howard Zieff's Hearts Of The West, 1975.
Director Kessler (Alan Arkin) pitches a difficult to his stunt cowboys and Lewis (Jeff Bridges), not yet hip to the biz, volunteers, later consoled by Pike (Andy Griffith) et al, in Hearts Of The West, 1975.
The Bank Job -- Inspired by an extraordinary true event, THE BANK JOB is a highly-charged thriller which interweaves a heady combination of intrigue, danger and scandal in early '70s London.
The Cowboy Way -- Two buddies and championship rodeo partners travel to New York to find their missing friend, Nacho Salazar...
The Bank Job -- This is the U.S. trailer for The Bank Job, directed by Roger Donaldson.
The Bank Job movie trailer - starring Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows, James Faulkner, Stephen Campbell Moore, Alki David, Michael Jibson. Directed by Roger Donaldson. Theatrical Release Date: 3/7/2008
In September 1971, thieves tunneled into the vault of a bank in London’s Baker Street and looted safe deposit boxes of cash and jewelry worth millions and millions of pounds. None of it was recovered. Nobody was ever arrested. The robbery made headlines for a few days and then suddenly disappeared - the result of a UK Government 'D' Notice, gagging the press. This film reveals what was hidden in those boxes, involving murder, corruption and a sex scandal with links to the Royal Family - a story in which the thieves were the most innocent people involved.
Inspired by an extraordinary true event, THE BANK JOB is a highly-charged thriller which interweaves a heady combination of intrigue, danger and scandal in early '70s London.
In 1971, thieves tunneled into the vault of a London bank and looted safe deposit boxes worth millions of pounds. None of it was recovered. Nobody was ever arrested. This film reveals the truth, involving murder, corruption and a sex scandal.
Sondra Locke (best known for co-starring roles in six Clint Eastwood films, such as "The Outlaw Josey Wales" and "Bronco Billy") makes her directorial debut and stars in this bittersweet story of an eccentric young woman who becomes involved with a highly unusual young man. A highlight of the 1986 Deauville American Film Festival, Variety calls her "offbeat 'Ratboy'" the revelation of the Festival." Also starring comics Louie Anderson ("Coming to America," "Quicksilver"), Second City's Gerrit Graham ("Now and Again," "This Boy's Life"), John Witherspoon (the "Friday" movies, TV's "The Wayans Bros.") and Robert Townsend ("Undercover Brother," "Hollywood Shuffle").
Sondra Locke makes her directorial debut and stars in this bittersweet story of an eccentric young woman who becomes involved with a highly unusual young man.
Jeff Bridges stars as a dreamy-eyed Iowa farm boy who heads to Hollywood in the 1930s with hopes of becoming a screenwriter. Instead, he becomes a star of low-budget Westerns. An offbeat comedy with a wonderful ensemble cast featuring Academy Award-winner Bridges ("Seabiscuit," "Fearless"), Emmy-nominee Andy Griffith (TV's "Matlock" and "The Andy Griffith Show"), Tony-winner Blythe Danner ("Meet the Parents," TV's "Huff"), Oscar-winner Alan Arkin ("Little Miss Sunshine," "Slums of Beverly Hills), and Emmy-winner Alex Rocco ("The Godfather," "Smokin' Aces").
Jeff Bridges stars as a dreamy-eyed Iowa farm boy who heads to Hollywood in the 1930s with hopes of becoming a screenwriter. An offbeat comedy with a wonderful ensemble cast.
Iowa farm boy Lewis Tater has a brainstorm: instead of continuing the courses that are learnin' him to write cowboy novels, he'll travel to the out-West school itself and soak up the campus atmosphere first hand. He arrives to find the school is a postal box. Write 'em, cowboy. Tater's adventures don't stop there in an acclaimed tumbling of a film that has him earning his spurs in the '30s "B" Westerns, complete with a veteran sagebrusher, a savvy script girl and a hilariously director.
Sharona blindsides Monk by announcing she is going to be flying to New Jersey to visit her Aunt Minn. The notion of going a whole week without her forces our obsessive compulsive hero to (gulp) swallow his paralyzing fear of airplanes and accompany her on the trip. At the airport, Monk notices a handsome married couple, the Chabrols, tenderly kissing. But what he doesn't see is Mrs. Chabrol being murdered in a restroom a few minutes later, her suave French husband, Stephan, disposing of her body, and Stephan's mistress (dressed exactly like Mrs. Chabrol) assuming her identity on the plane.
Mr. Monk And The Airplane: Braving his fear of flying and of enclosed areas, Monk boards a plane with Sharona and solves the murder of a passenger's wife.
San Francisco judge Catherine Lavinio places a frantic call to 911: there's an intruder in the house trying to kill her! As the 911 operators rush to dispatch a unit to the scene, the call is cut off, and Judge Lavinio is later found dead. The cops' prime suspect is 800-pound tycoon Dale J. Biederbeck III (Adam Arkin), a.k.a. "Dale The Whale." But Monk wonders how that can be possible - Biederbeck hasn't left his bed in eleven years, and can't even fit through his bedroom door!
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Mr. Monk Meets Dale The Whale: An 800-pound recluse, aka Dale the Whale, is the number one suspect in a murder case. But how can a man who can't even fit through his bedroom door be a murderer?
Monk, who suffers from vertigo, investigates the death of a police detective murdered on a ferris wheel.
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