|US Release Date||03/07/1986|
Comedies, tear-jerkers, and inspirational pictures for your 2014 blues.
An unfunny escapade that suggests true happiness is found at the beer pong table.
Why does Hollywood hate Thanksgiving?
Hannah would be proud. Or spitefully jealous.
Go get 'em, girl!
A look back at the best movies released over the holiday weekend.
Is the throwback series flying high?
The Change-Up doesn't compromise. Dirty, ridiculous and the funniest movie of the year.
A dark tale of an English pianist in Rome who witnesses a nasty murder.
Joe Gould is a true-life character made briefly famous in a couple of magazine profiles penned by the New Yorker's legendary Joseph Mitchell. Gould, a shabby old bohemian gent who's slowly going mad as he gathers up oral histories from denizens of the city. He's a kind of whirling dervish of the street -- charming one minute and raging abusively the next.
|Rutger Hauer||Actor||Jim Malden||1||1000001|
|Powers Boothe||Actor||Michael Walker||1||1000002|
|Kathleen Turner||Actor||Stella Clayton||1||1000003|
|Donald Pleasence||Actor||J P Whittier||1||1000004|
|John Johnston||Actor||Charlie Peyton||1||1000005|
|Brion James||Actor||Huey Miller||1||1000006|
|Adam Fenwick||Actor||Adam Clayton||1||1000007|
|Jayne Bentzen||Actor||Amy Rollings||1||1000008|
|Dan Allingham||Associate Producer||n/a||171||3000003|
|Geoffrey Stephenson||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|William Barclay||Art Director||art direction||183||9000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.