I'm Only Looking: The Best of INXS
- 240 min
- 82 min
Jessie and Susan, and Chloe and Beth, who spend the weekend together and realize they are with the wrong partner. Susan and Beth were college roommates who are having a reunion at their former school. Susan travels up to Oregon with her current partner Jessie. Jessie is jealous of Susan's relationship with Beth. However, when Jessie meets Beth's partner Chloe, she is overwhelmed by her instant attraction to her. For Chloe, the feeling is mutual. It's a drama that doesn't take itself too seriously. When Jesse and Chloe are left alone together, their physical attraction overwhelms their better judgment and makes for some entertaining viewing
- 104 min
Because she picked the wrong door, Anna ends up confessing her marriage problems to a financial adviser named William Faber. Touched by her distress, somewhat excited as well, Faber does not have the courage to tell her that he is not a psychiatrist. From appointment to appointment, a strange ritual is created between them. William is moved by the young woman and fascinated to hear the secrets that no man ever heard.
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"Irish Eyes" explores the relationship between two Irish-American brothers in Boston born to immigrant parents and raised in a rough, working class Irish neighborhood. After watching their father being gunned down in front of their eyes as children, Thomas and Sean Phelan grow up building their lives on opposite ends of the law. Thomas, the studious and responsible brother, creates a better life for himself through education and hard, honest work. Eventually, he builds a successful career as a US Attorney. Sean, the more rebellious of the two, gets caught up in a life of crime and rises through the ranks to become the head of the Irish Mob. Spanning from post World War II during the late 1950's through the Irish Mob wars of the 1970's and culminating in their adulthood in the 1990's, the story is set to the backdrop of backroom politics and the realities of the Irish Mob and it's gang wars. The theme of the film simultaneously addresses the similarities between the two factions of law and crime while revealing the similarities between the two brothers.
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Jefferson Airplane: Fly
- 81 min
Thirteen classic perfomances by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Jefferson Airplane, augmented by orginal interviews with the band members and photographs by famed photographer Jim Marshall.
- 142 min
Mihir Shandilya is a multi-millionaire bachelor, who at a very young age is an icon of the new-aged India. A television channel invites celebrities for their programs, and Mihir is being interviewed. On being questioned on his potential life partner, Mihir confesses his love life on a record program that there is a woman in his life to whom he wants to propose marriage. The hosts respects his views and invites them for the show. Mihir, is on a business trip abroad, wants Julie to accept him as her husband and expects an affirmative answer once he is back. Julie is unnerved by the program, and want to be on the same program, and talk about herself to the viewers. She wants to confess that she is a prostitute, a fact that Mihir, and his family members are unaware of. Mihir was amused that his lover had confessed about her life so publicly, and after his initial indignation, had only one thing to say, 'If you truly love then set it free because if its meant to be it shall come back to you'. Julie finally finds her true love that is willing to stand by her under any circumstances. Written by gavin ([email protected])
Last Man Standing: Politics Texas Style
- 86 min
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- 140 min
Three years in the making, this new film from acclaimed documentary filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky (the team that created "Brother's Keeper" and "Paradise Lost") provides a fascinating, in-depth portrait of the most successful heavy metal band of all time, as they faced monumental personal and professional challenges while recording their first studio album of original songs in five years. In the tradition of such seminal music documentaries as "Don't Look Back" and "Gimme Shelter," "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster" seeks to transcend the conventions of the "rock 'n' roll movie" genre, trading rock-star posing for truthful introspection, and revealing an intimate portrait of the individuals behind a legendary band and their unique creative journey.