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- June 11th, 2010
- 100 mins
An unflinching Ozark Mountain girl hacks through dangerous social terrain as she hunts down her drug-dealing father while trying to keep her family intact.
- May 14th, 2004
- 85 mins
Jamie Foxx stars in "Breakin' All the Rules," a romantic comedy about a man who, after being unceremoniously dumped by his fiancee, pens a "how to" book on breaking up and becomes a best-selling author on the subject. Not wanting his male friends to suffer the same fate, he gives them advice on dumping their mates. What ensues is a hilarious comedy of errors.
- November 1st, 2002
- 97 mins
When the "Switchblade", the most sophisticated prototype stealth fighter created yet, is stolen from the U.S. government, one of the United States' top spies, Alex Scott (Owen Wilson), is called to action. What he doesn't expect is to get teamed up with a cocky civilian, World Class Boxing Champion Kelly Robinson (Eddie Murphy), on a dangerous top secret espionage mission. Their assignment: using equal parts skill and humor, catch Arnold Gundars, one of the world's most successful illegal arms dealers, and foil his treacherous plans for the plane.
- July 27th, 2001
- 119 mins
This version of Planet of the Apes is neither a remake of the 1968 original nor a sequel to the first five films and subsequent television show (all inspired by Pierre Boulle's 1963 novel). Mark Wahlberg plays Leo Davidson, an Air Force astronaut whose chip crash-lands on a planet ruled by simians and worked by human slaves. Helena Bonham Carter plays a sympathetic ape who eventually joins Wahlberg's posse which includes Estella Warren as they try to escape from the apes, led by an evil general (Tim Roth) and his first-in-command (Michael Clarke Duncan). Look for Charlton Heston, the star of the original, in a humorous supporting role.
- April 25th, 1997
- 92 mins
Best friends since childhood and roommates since high school graduation, party girls Romy (Mira Sorvino) and Michele (Lisa Kudrow) are two carefree young women living in Southern California. When they hear about their upcoming ten-year high school reunion, the pair take stock of their lives since high school and are genuinely surprised to find they have very little to brag about. To compensate for their apparent lack of achievements, they decide to reinvent themselves, concocting fantasies of wealth and success to impress their former classmates.
Romy and Michele arrive at their high school reunion fully prepared to fake their way to acceptance especially when it comes to their old rivals, the snobby cheerleader clique. But their well-rehearsed charade takes an unexpected turn when former classmate Heather Mooney (Janeane Garofalo ) shows up and knows their real stories.
Tate Taylor TV Shows
Since its inception in 1929, The Academy Awards has become the event of the year for film followers worldwide. A celebration of all things cinematic, the presentation of the iconic gold Oscar statuettes to members of the film community for excellence during the year represents the highest honor in filmmaking. The Oscars is one of the only awards ceremonies that've never been cancelled.
Sordid Lives: The Series is a comedy prequel to the stage play and 2000 full-length film of the same name that featured performances by Olivia Newton-John, Beau Bridges, and Delta Burke among others. The show is the story of a dysfunctional family in rural Texas and the crazy, and somewhat, sordid lives of...
matriarch Peggy (Rue McClanahan), who's having an affair with her daughter's best friend's husband, G.W., a war vet with artificial legs;
Latrelle (Bonnie Bedelia), Peggy's prim and proper daughter, who has a prescription pill addiction;
LaVonda (Ann Walker), Peggy's free-spirited other daughter;
Brother Boy (Leslie Jordan), Peggy's gay son, who's confined to a mental institution and dons drag as his favorite country singer, Tammy Wynette;
Ty (Jason Dottley), Latrelle's son, a former soap opera actor living in Los Angeles and on the verge of coming out of the closet;
Sissy (Beth Grant), Peggy's much younger chain-smoking sister, who witnesses all the dysfunction in the family;
Noleta (Caroline Rhea), G.W.'s wife and Sissy's neighbor, who disdains her miserable marriage while fantasizng about a better life; and
Bitsy Mae Harling (Olivia Newton-John), an ex-convict taken in by Peggy, who introduces Peggy to the wild life at Bubba's bar.
Queer as Folk is an innovative, provocative, and groundbreaking series that chronicles the friendships, careers, loves, trials, tribulations, and ambitions of a diverse group of gay men and lesbians living in Pittsburgh, PA. Blending strong drama with necessary charm and humor, it rivals any other show presented on television.
Adam Sullivan (Scott Foley) is a naive, but well-intentioned federal prosecutor (an Assistant United States Attorney) in New York City, who must contend with the difficulties of both his work life and his romantic life. While being part of the Department of Justice, Sullivan finds both colleagues and opponents challenging his every move.
Drew is an assistant director of personnel in a Cleveland department store and he has been stuck there for ten years. Other than fighting with co-worker Mimi, his hobbies include drinking beer and not being able to get dates. To make a few extra bucks he has a micro-brewery going in his garage with his buddies.
One of TV's most acclaimed drama series, the Emmy®- and Golden Globe®-winning Six Feet Under is created and executive produced by the Oscar®-winning writer of American Beauty, Alan Ball (also an Emmy®-winner for this show), Six Feet Under continues to focus on the cathartic journey of the extended Fisher family, whose personal trials and tribulations are played out against the solemn backdrop of an independent funeral home in LA.
Charmed is an American television series that originally aired from October 7, 1998, until May 21, 2006, on the now defunct, The WB Television Network. The series was created in 1998 by writer Constance M. Burge and was produced by Aaron Spelling and his Spelling Television company, with the show runner being writer-director Brad Kern.
The series narrative follows the four Halliwell sisters—Prue, Piper, Phoebe and, later, Paige. They are the culmination of the most powerful line of good witches in history. The sisters, despite being perceived as normal women by the non-supernatural community, are known as The Charmed Ones in the magical community, whose prophesied destiny is to protect innocent lives against evil beings, such as demons and warlocks. Each sister possesses unique magical powers that grow and evolve, while they attempt to hold normal working lives in San Francisco. Keeping their paranormal identities separate and secret from their ordinary lives forms part of the series' tension and challenges, with the exposure of magic having far-reaching consequences on relationships, and having resulted in a number of police and FBI investigations throughout the series.