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A disillusioned and indifferent office worker, Adam Stevenson, decides to leave his job and escape to his childhood home to reevaluate his "life strategy"
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Two less than successful film producers, approaching mid-life crisis and clinging to their nerdy sci-fi obsessions, suddenly meet their idol: William Shatner.
Two London-based Australian twenty-somethings, Maggie and Liz, are off on their big adventure - a Kombi van trip around Europe!
Southern Comfort documents the final year in the life of Robert Eads, a female-to-male transsexual. Eads, diagnosed with ovarian cancer, was turned down for treatment by two dozen doctors out of fear that treating such a patient would hurt their reputations. By the time Eads received treatment, the cancer was too advanced to save his life. Filmmaker Kate Davis follows Robert and a group of trans-gendered Southerners in this captivating and truly touching documentary.
2007 Comedy, Family
Flagg Purdy (Alan Arkin) is a lovable but stubborn man. When he escalates a minor disagreement with his oldest friend into a legal battle, he incurs the wrath of his neighbors and friends.
Sons of Perdition
Sons of Perdition follows three teenage boys after they escape from a secretive FLDS polygamist sect and must fend for themselves in mainstream America.
A Russian classic. Natasha gets lost in busy 1930s Moscow after leaving home to chase her cat. She meets friendly strangers along the way -- many of them children -- and unintentionally changes their lives. A fascinating glimpse of Moscow prior to WWII.
In this slapstick comedy, Ibo struggles to make everything right again.
Tim Minchin: So F*****g Rock
Superstar musician and comedian, Tim Minchin brings you So F*****g Rock, Live. Filmed at London’s Bloomsbury Theatre in May 2008. Includes the fan favorites: Inflatable You, Rock 'n Roll Nerd, Peace Anthem for Palestine, Canvas Bags and loads more!
The Flaming Lips: The Fearless Freaks
“The Fearless Freaks is the most intimate portrait of a band you’re likely to see… as heartwarming and heartbreaking as the band’s music itself,” said Bill Crandall of Rolling Stone. Beesley captures the Flaming Lips’ deep-set Oklahoma roots with never-before-seen home movie footage and Coyne family photographs. Performance footage begins with the band’s early punk/noise phase, and continues throughout the years as the band’s shows become increasingly avant garde. At any given Flaming Lips concert, there may be puppets and light shows, animal suits and theatrical blood, balloons and confetti, or even a gigantic, Coyne-inhabited plastic ball, and all are represented in Beesley’s film.
When Michael and Eddie begin their tumultuous transition into the real world, they quickly discover that finding a job will be a lot harder than securing their degrees.
2001 Drama, Comedy
A complacent boss is flummoxed by a cryptic office worker whose refusal of duties is accompanied by the phrase, “I would prefer not to.”
Lena is the light-skinned daughter of an Aboriginal mother and Irish father and Vaughn is a Murri boy doing time in a minimum security prison in North West Australia. Dramatic events throw them together on a journey with no money and no transport.
The Nothing Men
2010 Drama, Thriller
Panic and intrigue grip the lives of a group of hardened factory workers with the arrival of a man they fear is a head-office spy sent to rob them of their redundancy payouts. The ruthless baiting between top dog Jack and his men only intensifies when the pacifist of the group, Wesley, befriends the seemingly normal outsider, David. But when Wesley discovers David is hiding a much darker secret, the seeds are planted for an explosive finale that strikes like an emotional sledgehammer and seal the fate of The Nothing Men.
After a series of Hollywood flops, famed director Harris Chappell returns to New York to relaunch his Broadway career. But Chappell's triumphant comeback begins to spiral out of control into a wild night of comic misadventure after meeting struggling actor Spencer and his old flame Didi.
Widely claimed to be Joseph Stalin's favorite movie, this classic musical comedy is a must-see. The action takes place on a steamboat on the iconic Volga River, as two groups of performers travel to Moscow to perform in the Moscow Musical Olympiad.
Funny, hard hitting neo realist fable of two homeles men struggling through a wintery day and night as they try and exploit the only possession they have, an electric space heater.
Delivering the Goods
Delivering the Goods is a follow-your-dreams comedy about Steve, a first generation Italian-American wishing to become a head chef against his father's advice.
Angel On My Shoulder
A mobster (Paul Muni) is sent to Hell after he is gunned him down by his double-crossing partner. Determined to bust out and even the score, he strikes a bargain with The Devil (Claude Raines) to return to Earth, but is incapable of any evil deeds when he falls in love.