WHY STOP NOW brings together the comic talents of Academy Award-nominee Jesse Eisenberg, Academy Award-winner Melissa Leo and Tracy Morgan in the summer's wildest comedy. Eli (Eisenberg) is a piano prodigy. Today is the audition that will determine his future-- will he launch a career and take off into the world? Or will he stay stuck, caring for his sister and mother (Leo) who, despite her cheerful, loving disposition, is a drug addict. The only obstacle to a seamless transition into his future is dropping off Mom off at the center where she will enter rehab, but a glitch in the system forces sends them off to enlist the help of an unlikely ally, her drug dealer Sprinkles (Morgan). The day spirals downhill quickly, and the hapless team must collaborate every step of the way to battle their own demons and get Eli out of the rabbit hole.
Hollywood's first major AIDS movie, about a successful lawyer who loses his job with a prestigious firm when he contracts the disease. Hanks won an Oscar in the starring role!
Lily Tomlin narrates this award winning documentary based on Vito Russo's book depicting gays and lesbians in the movies from the silent era to the present. Interviews with many of today's big stars.
Serio-comedy about a divorced man who visits his parents, only to find his ex-wife and children staying there.
Star Maps -- Only in Hollywood can a young man with a dream make his way to the stars.
The Painted Veil -- A love story set in the 1920s of a young English couple, Walter and Kitty, who get married for the wrong reasons and relocate to Shanghai, where she falls in love with someone else.
Love Hurts -- Three life long friends Bobby 'The Boss' (David Ryan Kopcych), Jason 'The Gunman' (Bill Doherty Jr.), and Goof 'The Goof' (James Crosby), make up this unusual and comical dynamic of hack and slash hit-men.
Hired by Sheila 'The Gold Digger' (Nairobi Zelman) the crew venture into a routine, clockwork hit, an in and out job involving a safe, a combination, and Sheilas husband Jackie 'The Target' (Garry Medeiros), or so they think.
In the process of getting the combination to the safe, some unexpected events trigger complete mayhem that downward spiral, uncovering layers of deception in the motive for doing the job.
Brace yourself for a hit-mans tale of love, friendship, and betrayal.
Love Hurts -- Ben Bingham slips into tailspin of tears and booze after his vibrant wife leaves him and their 20 year marriage behind. Luckily, his 17-year-old son Justin comes to the rescue with a makeover that suddenly makes Ben the most popular man in town.
Smithereens -- Wren is a self-promoting Jersey girl desperate to break into the downtown Manhattan music scene. But with no money and no talent, she bounces between a nice guy artist and an arrogant musician until things fall into place.
Swing Shift -- Academy Award and Golden Globe-winner and Emmy-nominee Goldie Hawn ('The First Wives Club,' 'Private Benjamin') stars in this nostalgic romantic comedy as a demure World War II housewife whose life is enriched by her job at a homefront factory.
Why Stop Now? -- Why Stop Now? tells the bittersweet story of Eli Smith (Eisenberg), a piano prodigy, and his mother Penny (Leo) who despite her cheerful, loving disposition, struggles with drug addiction.
Ben Bingham (Richard E. Grant) slips into tailspin of tears and booze after his vibrant wife (Carrie Ann Moss) leaves him and their 20 year marriage behind.
Why Stop Now? tells the bittersweet story of Eli Smith (Eisenberg), a piano prodigy, and his mother Penny (Leo) who despite her cheerful, loving disposition, struggles with drug addiction. On the day of his audition for a prestigious music program, Eli's mother plans to enter rehab, but a glitch in the system forces them to enlist the help of an unlikely ally, her drug dealer Sprinkles (Morgan). Circumstances conspire that turn them into a comical yet determined band of collaborators who are forced to deal with their internal demons over the course of the day.
A love story set in the 1920s of a young English couple, Walter and Kitty, who get married for the wrong reasons and relocate to Shanghai, where she falls in love with someone else.
Only in America. Only in Hollywood. Only in Beverly Hills could a young man with a dream make his way to the stars. Carlos is a precocious 18 year-old who returns to America from Mexico with dreams of becoming a movie star. Standing in Carlos' way is his tyrannical father, Pepe, and his "business," a male prostitution ring made up of young Mexican men who sell Star Maps on the streets from Hollywood to Beverly Hills. With the help of a beautiful television star, Carlos struggles to break from his father and his oppressive family, and make his dream come true.
Only in Hollywood can a young man with a dream make his way to the stars.
rdom, 18-year-old Carlos leaves Mexico to join his family in Los Angeles, but he's forced into prostitution by his father and must find a way to break free to seek his dreams.
What "That's Entertainment" did for movie musicals, "The Celluloid Closet" does for Hollywood homosexuality, as this exuberant, eye-opening movie serves up a dazzling hundred-year history of the role of gay men and lesbians have had on the silver screen. Lily Tomlin narrates as Oscar-winning moviemaker Rob Epstein (The Times of Harvey Milk and Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt) and Jeffrey Friedman assemble fabulous footage from 120 films showing the changing face of cinema sexuality, from cruel stereotypes to covert love to the activist triumphs of the 1990s. Tom Hanks, Susan Sarandon, Whoopi Goldberg, Tony Curtis, Harvey Fierstein and Gore Vidal are just a few of the many actors, writers and commentators who provide funny and insightful anecdotes.
Narrated by Lily Tomlin, this exuberant, eye-opening movie serves up a dazzling hundred-year history of gay men and women on the silver screen.
Mickey spends time with Bunchy and Terry. Ray's mentor, Ezra Goldman (Elliott Gould), holds a fundraiser in honor of his late wife. Meanwhile, Mickey is approached by an FBI agent.
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