Macabre comedy about a pair of sweet old ladies from Brooklyn who put lonely bachelors out of their misery with sips from their arsenic-laced elderberry wine---"acts of mercy" that their visiting nephew finds hard to swallow. The film is based on Joseph Kesselring's Broadway play, a long-running hit that contractually delayed release of the picture almost three years
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Maybe I Do, directed by Michael Jacobs, tells the story of Michelle and Allen, who have finally decided to get married. As part of their planning, they decide to invite their parents to meet each other. While this seems normal, the situation turns uncomfortable when they realize they already know each other intimately. The meeting quickly goes from awkward to awful when it is revealed that they're all having affairs - with each other. Starring Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey, Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Richard Gere, and William H. Macy.
After decades of dreaming, a quartet of older women, who are dedicated football fans, finally decides to make a pilgrimage to the Super Bowl for the once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet their favorite player, noteworthy NFL mainstay Tom Brady. Along the way, a series of hijinks ensue.
After a family gathering is disrupted by the sudden death of the patriarch, two detectives are sent to investigate the mysterious incident. But as the dysfunctional family continues to fight, the detectives begin to consider the idea that the death may not have been an accident.
A special agent called Harry Tasker skilled in languages and counter intelligence has been leading a double life all his married life. His wife believes that he works for a computer company until she becomes involved with a con artist who likes seducing married women....