Runner 2022 - Movies (Dec 9th)
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Leave the World Behind 2023 - Movies (Dec 8th)
The Creator 2023 - Movies (Dec 9th)
Aisha 2022 - Movies (Dec 9th)
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The Portrait 2023 - Movies (Dec 8th)
All Souls 2023 - Movies (Dec 8th)
Poor Things 2023 - Movies (Dec 8th)
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The Mission 2023 - Movies (Dec 8th)
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The Five - (Dec 9th)
Gutfeld! - (Dec 9th)
WWE NXT- Level Up - (Dec 9th)
Panorama - (Dec 9th)
The Chase - (Dec 9th)
Shark Tank - (Dec 9th)
Homicide for the Holidays - (Dec 9th)
The Real Murders of Los Angeles - (Dec 9th)
Killer Cases - (Dec 9th)
Murder in the 21st - (Dec 9th)
The UnXplained - (Dec 9th)
Crime Beat - (Dec 9th)
On Patrol- Live - (Dec 9th)
Raid the Cage - (Dec 9th)
My Man Is Cupid - (Dec 9th)
Disasterinas My Drag Is Valid - (Dec 9th)
Live at The Queer Comedy Club - (Dec 9th)
Exposed with Joseph Shepherd - (Dec 9th)
X-Rated- LA - (Dec 9th)
All Elite Wrestling- Rampage - (Dec 9th)
Hadn't seen this since it was released on DVD and... pretty much remember it being as mediocre as it was back then. Normally with these buddy films, you have one character who is off-kilter while the other is more serious, but here you had both off-kilter. Had this been today, would've been a good opportunity to be a spoof of Mission: Impossible; cast a normally serious actor to play opposite the outlandish character. **3.0/5**
Annoying watch, probably won't watch again, and can't recommend. I like Eddie Murphy, I usually depend on him to carry movie given he's such a big personality. Unfortunately the character he is playing is every bit as annoying as Owen Wilson and that is amplified as, like I said, Eddie Murphy is a big personality and this character doesn't call for any nuance. Malcolm MacDowell does a his great creepy villain vibe, and Famke Janssen ("Golden Eye": Xenia Onatopp) makes a great spy: I wish she had done more of it. The majority of this movie is Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson playing some stupid characters and getting into situations that they can barely handle most of the time. It definitely doesn't feel like a "spy movie" the same way that someone knocking over a set of steel plate armor doesn't. This is much closer to an action-comedy, maybe similar to "Rush Hour", but not as good. I'm not saying there isn't anything to enjoy here, I'm just saying you can flip through Eddie Murphy's filmography to find a better movie, and there are a lot of other movies out there to see.
On her eightieth birthday, a lawyer gives Frida Borel, the wealthy heiress of a textile fortune from St. Gallen, a mysterious pill from the legacy of her father, who died long ago. This miracle pill is supposed to relieve her of the misery and infirmity of old age. The effect is as surprising as it is far-reaching: Frida becomes physically young again, although she remains mentally the same age as before. But who is going to believe a 25-year-old who claims to be 80? Not even her long-time gardener, Roman, recognises her anymore. Suddenly Frida finds herself penniless. After being waited on her whole life, she now has to go to work for a living. And if that were not unsettling enough, her nephew Georg and his greedy wife, Eva, pilfer everything they can from of her villa. Frida has to acknowledge that her closest relatives would literally walk over her dead body if given the chance.
Lines is a story about a woman's trip to the dermatologist's office to remove a mole only to find herself accosted by her doctor about Botulinum Toxin and lip fillers. In today's society the pressure of ageism is overwhelming and unfair. The forty-year-old woman in this film, Amelia Jamison, enters the doctor's office feeling beautiful and fulfilled and leaves feeling old and vulnerable. The short ends with an encounter on the boardwalk with a naturally beautiful woman that brings her perspective back to where it should be. My goal with this short is to inspire confidence in the beauty of who we are naturally. To not let the pressures of today's youth obsessed society manipulate us into unnatural external augmentation.
A little chicken is late to school, and uses being "kidnapped" as her excuse.
Take Carmen Vega downtown and book her! Carmen (Sonia Braga) is guilty as charged of scheming with her two best friends, Marisol and Valeria (Rose Abdoo and Saundra Santiago) to stick her nose in everything in her two adult daughter’s lives. From secretly leaving baby books out for recently wed daughter Yolanda (Ana Ayora) and her husband Rico (George Contreras) to manipulating youngest daughter Ally (Mercedes Renard) into a doomed date with best friend Marisol’s son Pablo (Rafael Amaya), Carmen can’t stop interfering. Now, the notorious mother of good intentions with equally hideous results is about to get a crash course in butting out!
On a university scholarship, a good natured student from the midwest gets a crash course in city life while dealing with three evil roommates. He befriends a virtually homeless college student whom he falls for, but she's dating a nasty professor.
Carlo, a former mobster, is abducted by five privileged young men desperate to raise a $2 million ransom to save the sister of a friend. As Carlo plays mind games, however, his captors splinter - each wondering whether one of their own had a hand in the crime.
Jack Hammond is sentenced to life in prison, but manages to escape. To get away from the police he takes a girl as hostage and drives off in her car. The girl happens to be the only daughter of one of the richest men in the state. In a while the car chase is being broadcast live on every TV-channel.
Unpolished and ultra-pragmatic industrialist Jean-Jacques Castella reluctantly attends Racine's tragedy "Berenice" in order to see his niece play a bit part. He is taken with the play's strangely familiar-looking leading lady Clara Devaux. During the course of the show, Castella soon remembers that he once hired and then promptly fired the actress as an English language tutor. He immediately goes out and signs up for language lessons. Thinking that he is nothing but an ill-tempered philistine with bad taste, Clara rejects him until Castella charms her off her feet.
The film focuses on the tumultuous romance in the lives of four women in The Hague. Teenage daughter Eva, her mother Judith, aunt Barbara and older sister Anna make it under one roof Hague together a nice game of. They are beautiful, courageous and sensible, but sometimes they just do not know in a world full of tender love, serial dating, slaked lust, affairs, children's desires and indestructible old loves.
New York, 1961. Alexander Ivanov, a high-ranked Soviet bureaucrat, reluctantly defects to the West while is part of a diplomatic mission, feeling the grief of being unable to know the fate of his wife Katya, whom he has had to leave behind in Moscow. Only many years later, in 1991, he will finally find out the truth when his niece Lauren travels to Moscow to participate in a painting exhibition.