A scruffy young man's healing powers attract the attention of a former evangelist and an ultra-conservative leader, both of whom set out to exploit the stigmatic's preternatural abilities. Paul Schrader directed.
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1998 - Independent Spirit Awards - Best Director- nominated
1998 - Independent Spirit Awards - Best Screenplay- nominated
Newlyweds are killed suddenly and don't realize it until a city family moves in and redecorates their beloved New England country house. Since they are not expert enough to scare anyone, they seek the advice of an unsavory self-proclaimed "bio-exorcist."
One night, Chickie Donohue (Zac Efron) was having a drink with some friends in a New York bar. The group was mourning their lost loved ones and the soldiers who were fighting in the Vietnam War. When he started to notice anti-war protestors turning on their friends and family who were in Vietnam, Chick came up with an impossible plan to smuggle into Vietnam, find his friends, and share a beer with them. Peter Farrelly directs this true story based on the book written by John "Chick" Donohue and J.T. Molloy.
Written and directed by Kevin Smith, this third film completes the Clerks trilogy of movies that appeared in 1994 and 2006. Life at the Quick Stop store seems quiet and uneventful until store clerk Randal Graves (Jeff Anderson) suffers a heart attack and survives. With this shot at a new life, Randal approaches fellow store clerk Dante Hicks (Brian O'Halloran) and tells him of his latest plan to shoot a movie about their lives as store clerks. Co-starring Jason Mewes, Ben Affleck, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Justin Long, and Rosario Dawson.