FLiX: May 24, 2013
- Kissing a Fool
- To test the loyalty of his fiance, a man asks his best friend to try to seduce her. Unfortunately for the groom-to-be, the seduction goes off without a hitch. David Schwimmer and Jason Lee star in this hilarious romantic comedy.
- The Mighty
- Along with his loving and supportive mother (Sharon Stone), 13-year-old Kevin (Kieran Culkin) moves in next door to another teen, Max (Elden Henson). Though both boys have problems that label them as outcasts, Kevin and Max discover that by proudly combining their strengths and uniting as one, they can overcome their individual limitations and triumph over any adversity.
- New York Stories
- An anthology of Manhattan stories from three great directors. From Martin Scorsese comes "Life Lessons," starring Nick Nolte as a renowned artist whose creative passion consumes his life. Francis Ford Coppola's "Life Without Zoe" looks at the Big Apple through the eyes of a lonely child whose globetrotting parents are too busy for her. In "Oedipus Wrecks," Woody Allen is a nebbish lawyer existing under the apron of the most overprotective mother (Mae Questel) of all time.
- Two Family House
- A blue collar Italian-American man in 1950's Staten Island buys a ramshackle two-story home intending to transform his investment into a bar, but he must first evict the scrappy Irish single mother and her half-African-American son from the premises, a situation that soon leads to an unlikely and greatly disparaged romance. Michael Rispoli, Kelly Macdonald and Kathrine Narducci star in this winner of the Audience Award at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival.
- Clint Eastwood directs William Holden and Kay Lenz as a mismatched pair who eventually find common ground. Successful businessman Frank Harmon (William Holden), disillusioned after a bitter divorce, thinks he can shut out the pain by isolating himself at his beach house. But when free-spirited Breezy (Kay Lenz) appears on his doorstep, Frank is unable to turn her away.
- Snow Falling on Cedars
- With Pearl Harbor still fresh in the nation's memory, the trial of a man accused of killing a Japanese-American is skewed by bigotry. Ethan Hawke stars. Based on the novel by David Guterson.
- Autumn In New York
- A wealthy, charismatic New York restaurateur (Richard Gere) falls for a much younger hat designer (Winona Ryder) but their relationship is complicated by his philandering ways, his past connection to her family, and her debilitating illness. Jill Hennessey, Anthony LaPaglia, Sherry Stringfield and Elaine Stritch costar in this romantic melodrama.
- The Prince & Me
- Julia Stiles ("Save the Last Dance") stars in this bewitching romantic comedy as a Wisconsin pre-med student who falls in love with a classmate (Luke Mably) without realizing that he is the heir to the throne of Denmark. Ben Miller, Miranda Richardson and James Fox costar in this lighthearted confection from director Martha Coolidge.
- A Guy Thing
- An ill-advised bachelor party blowout turns into a bleary one-night stand for chagrined husband-to-be Paul Coleman (Jason Lee), but his guilt is compounded when he realizes that the girl (Julia Stiles) with whom he cheated is the cousin of his intended bride (Selma Blair). James Brolin, Shawn Hatosy, Diana Scarwid, Lochlyn Munro, David Koechner, Julie Hagerty and Thomas Lennon costar in this romantic comedy.
- Primary Colors
- The controversial novel that thinly fictionalized a real-life presidential campaign comes to the screen with this drama about a gifted, charismatic Southern politician (John Travolta) whose gifts for connecting with the public and policy making are only exceeded by his taste for trashy mistresses and fast food. Emma Thompson and Kathy Bates costar in this acclaimed adaptation directed by Mike Nichols.
- The House Of The Spirits
- Isabel Allende's acclaimed novel of love, revolution and ghosts during six decades in a Latin American family comes to the screen in this visually rich adaptation from Danish filmmaker Bille August ("The Best Intentions"). Jeremy Irons stars as the self-made owner of a big hacienda who dooms his family - his clairvoyant wife (Meryl Streep), his sister (Glenn Close) and rebellious daughter (Winona Ryder) - and his country with his cruel treatment of the laborers on his land and his covert machinations with a corrupt military regime.
- 29 Palms
- A hit man tracks down a stolen bag of money that belongs to an Indian casino boss, but the loot keeps changing hands in this ensemble crime thriller starring Chris O'Donnell, Rachael Leigh Cook and Jeremy Davies.
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