The talented James Franco (127 Hours) stars in William Vincent as a quiet and mysterious criminal with a dark past full of secrets. When he falls for a New York gangster's (Josh Lucas, Life as We Know It) favorite call girl (Julianne Nicholson, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”), Vincent is forced to flee the city, threatened with death if he should ever come back. But after four years in exile, Vincent secretly returns intent on rescuing the woman he loves from her dangerous fate.
As Good as Dead
R • Crime, Thriller • Movie (2010)
In this psychological thriller full of shocking twists starring Andie MacDowell and Cary Elwes, what begins as an average day for Ethan (Elwes) takes a dangerous turn when he’s kidnapped and held hostage in his New York apartment by three assailants. The home invaders aren't looking to rob him; instead they are looking to avenge the death of Reverend Kalahan, the right-wing cult leader whose brutal murder remains unsolved. On a mission of revenge, the assailants vow to make Ethan pay – but the more they interrogate him, the more they doubt he is the killer.
Paris Je T'aime
R • Comedy, Drama • Movie (2007)
This critically acclaimed, box-office smash combines visions from the world’s top directors -- the Coen brothers (Fargo), Alexander Payne (Sideways), Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting) -- and some of America’s top stars -- Natalie Portman (Closer), Elijah Wood (The Lord Of the Rings), Juliette Binoche (Chocolat) -- who together create a panoramic portrait of this photogenic city.
Journey to the End of the Night
R • Crime, Drama • Movie (2009)
A gritty, crime thriller about an illicit transaction gone awry…Two Americans in exile—Rosso (Scott Glenn) and his son, Paul (Brendan Fraser)—have been carving out a living in Brazil running a nightclub-brothel, but they both harbor dreams of getting out of the business once and for all. It all depends on one person—a Nigerian immigrant named Wemba (Mos Def)—who must make his way safely through the perilous, nocturnal gauntlet of Sao Paulo.
King of California
PG-13 • Comedy, Drama • Movie (2007)
After spending several years in a mental institute Charlie (Michael Douglas) is sent home, reuniting with his teenage daughter Miranda (Evan Rachel Wood). Charlie becomes obsessed with the notion that a long-lost Spanish treasure is buried underneath their local suburban California Costco. Disconnected from reality and his daughter's life, Charlie's erratic behavior further strains their relationship and completely disrupts her peaceful existence. Initially skeptical, Miranda soon finds herself joining in Charlie’s questionable antics in an effort to believe in her father and give him one last shot at accomplishing his dreams in this darkly funny, exciting and surprisingly hopeful take on the modern family and the American dream.
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