TMC HD: May 19, 2013
- All of the kids at Camp Hope have a weight problem. It's the one place they can go without feeling different. But when the previous owners declare bankruptcy, the camp is purchased by a fitness freak who becomes obsessed with changing his chubby charges into budding body builders. He immediately begins serving them low calorie foods and subjecting them to rigorous exercises. Part of his motivation is greed: he is in the process of writing a book and filming an infomercial on weight loss. When the boys at camp finally rebel, mayhem ensues.
- Bending the Rules
- Detective Nick Blades (Adam Copeland) is a New Orleans cop on trial for corruption. Assistant District Attorney Theo Gold (Jamie Kennedy) is the man in charge of putting him behind bars. When these two unlikely partners from opposite sides of the law stumble onto a criminal plot, they'll need to rely on luck - and patience - to take down a dangerous killer without killing each other first. Alicia Witt, Jennifer Esposito and Jessica Walter co-star.
- A Price Above Rubies
- Renée Zellweger portrays a Brooklyn Hasidic woman struggling for fulfillment while hemmed in by tradition and an arranged marriage. Boaz Yakin (¿Remember the Titans¿) directs.
- Jack (1996)
- A little boy suffers from a rare condition that causes him to age at four times the rate of a normal human, meaning that he's soon a child in an adult's body. Robin Williams stars in this fantasy comedy-drama with Bill Cosby and Diane Lane.
- Tomorrow, When the War Began
- A group of teenagers on a camping trip to a remote part of the Australian wilderness are shocked to return home and find that their country has been take over by Asian military forces looking to seize its natural resources. When friends and family are detained and executed by the invaders, the teens form a guerilla fighting force with the goal of taking out a bridge that's critical to the enemy's plans. Caitlin Stasey, Rachel Hurd-Wood and Lincoln Lewis star in this action adventure from writer and director Stuart Beattie.
- Your Sister's Sister
- A year after his brother Tom's death, Jack (Mark Duplass), an emotionally unstable slacker, is offered a vacation by Tom's ex-girlfriend Iris (Emily Blunt) at her family cabin in the Pacific Northwest so he can seek catharsis in solitude. Once there, however, Jack runs into Iris' sister Hannah, a lesbian reeling from the abrupt end of a seven-year relationship who finds solace in Jack's unexpected presence.
- A Room With A View
- Brilliant social commentary about the English at home and abroad at the turn of the century. Set in Florence and the English countryside, the film tells the story of a young English couple who encounter passion in Italy and, defying the Victorian conventions of their elders, dare to be true to their feeling and each other. Based on E.M. Forster's classic novel of the same name. Starring Maggie Smith, Helena Bonham Carter, Denholm Elliott and Daniel Day-Lewis.
- My Week With Marilyn
- Based on a firsthand account of a week spent with Marilyn Monroe (Michelle Williams) while she was in England filming "The Prince And The Showgirl" with Sir Laurence Olivier in 1956. Told from the perspective of 23-year-old Colin Clark (Eddie Redmayne), a lowly production hand on the set of the film who befriended the Hollywood icon, the film charts the brief, charged connection Monroe forged with the young man who came to understand her better than anyone.
- The Pianist
- Adrien Brody stars in the true-life story of brilliant pianist and composer Wladyslaw Szpilman, the most acclaimed young musician of his time until his promising career was interrupted by the onset of World War II. This powerful, ultimately triumphant film follows Szpilman's heroic and inspirational journey of survival with the unlikely help from a sympathetic German officer (Thomas Kretschmann). Nominated for 7 Academy Awards®, including Best Picture.
- Little Fish
- After years of treading water in her career and redeeming herself after a troubled past, Tracy Heart (Cate Blanchett) sets a goal of owning her own business. But the return of her ex-boyfriend and her brother's criminal intentions threaten to tear it all apart.
- Cate Blanchett stars in this Oscar-nominated historical drama about the early years of England's "Virgin Queen," a Protestant who shakes up her country's Catholic hierarchy by ruling "from the heart instead of the mind." Palace intrigue, political assassinations, plots and murders are just a few of the traps Elizabeth must avoid in this absorbing, kinetically directed film from director Shekhar Kapur. Joseph Fiennes, Richard Attenborough, Christopher Eccleston, Fanny Ardant and Geoffrey Rush costar.
- The King of California
- A mentally unstable man enlists his daughter in a daffy quest for lost Spanish gold he believes lies buried under their local Costco in this independent comedy-drama starring Michael Douglas and Evan Rachel Wood.
- The Baxter
- Michael Showalter ("The State," "Stella") directs, writes and stars in this charming romantic comedy as Elliot Sherman, a nice-guy accountant with a pushover personality who decides, egged on by a mousy office temp (Michelle Williams), to take a stand for once in his life when his beautiful fiancee (Elizabeth Banks) is pursued by another man. Justin Theroux costars in this likable debut with Peter Dinklage, Zak Orth, Paul Rudd and Michael Ian Black.
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