Parasite movie trailer - starring Saskia Gould, Conrad Whitaker, G.W. Stevens, Gary Condes, Margaret Thompson, Oliver Price. Directed by Andrew Pandergast. Genre: Sci-Fi
A mentally challenged man gets help from a sociopathic woman when he tries to reunite with his dying father, who disowned him years earlier.
Ben Siegel (Warren Beatty) leaves Lansky (Ben Kingsley) and Luciano (Bill Graham) waiting while he visits Jerry the Bookie (Anthony Russell) in an early scene from Bugsy, 1991.
Ben (Warren Beatty) makes a business call on L.A. racketeer Jack Dragna (Richard C. Sarafian) in director Barry Levinson's Bugsy, 1991, from a script by James Toback.
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Sonny Mann, (Timothy Olyphant), an ex-con returning home from prison, creates a new dynamic for both friends and enemies with his arrival. The local power broker, Fred Vance (William Forsythe), wants Sonny back into his shady world. Sonny only wants money due, as his long suppressed desire for Ann (Sarah Wynter), now married to his best friend and local sheriff Dave Lockhart (Josh Brolin), puts at risk life's delicate balance of family and community. Passion and revenge threaten to overtake all as Sonny's anger careens dangerously out of control, leading to an explosive confrontation, and finally to a surprising resolution. Director, Victor Nunez (Ruby In Paradise, Ulee's Gold) maintains his striking visual style, detailed character study, and uncanny ability to garner the bravest performances from the most promising contemporary actors in IFC's indie drama.
An ex-con returns home after being released from prison only to find how much his life and family have changed. This psychological drama was directed by Victor Nunez and stars Timothy Olyphant and Josh Lucas.
Shy San Francisco teenager Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) is thrown for a loop when, from out of the blue, she learns the astonishing news that she's a real-life princess! As the heir apparent to the crown of the small european principality of Genovia, Mia begins a comical journey towards the throne when her strict and formidable grandmother, queen Clarisse Renaldi (Julie Andrews), shows up to give her "princess lesson." The two instantly clash - Mia has no intention of leaving her normal life to become the ruler of a far-off country, while queen Clarisse insists it is her duty. Clarisse is determined to do a complete makeover of this sparkling - if not polished - diamond in the rough in order that she take her rightful place in the royal line of succession. Now the reluctant princess must make the biggest decision of her life - whether to remain with her family - or leave everything behind to accept the royal responsibilities that comes with being the princess of genovia.
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