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"12 Years A Slave"
Famously Irish star discusses playing Jewish
This was a fantastic family film, despite Disney's every attempt to convince us otherwise.
Ryan Gosling is an American fugitive in Bangkok looking for his brother's killers
Keanu Reeves directs and stars in this film.
From small time strip club owner to self-made millionaire and real estate mogul, former high school dropout Joe Redner is the kind of controversial figure who never backs down from a fight. Whether you view Redner as a pimp or a patriot, one thing is for sure -- few possess the kind of drive needed to achieve his kind of success. Born into poverty, Redner skipped out of school in the 10th grade, got arrested over 150 times, earned his GED from his jail cell at the age of 40, and ran for public office eight times. Still, the reason why Redner is known to most is for his role as the owner of the Mons Venus, a Florida strip club that sparked controversy by being one of the first such businesses to offer nude lap dances. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Includes:The Skulls (2000), MPAA Rating: PG-13 The Skulls II (2002) The Skulls 3 (2003), MPAA Rating: PG-13 The Skulls In this suspense drama, a college student finds himself immersed in forces beyond his control. Born and raised in a working-class Connecticut community, Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) made it into an Ivy League college, where he's done quite well; his dream is to be accepted into Harvard Law School, but he knows that it will take more than a good report card to beat out the competition. When an upper-crust secret society called the Skulls asks Luke to join, he eagerly accepts, thinking that the club's connections will help him gain acceptance to Harvard. He enjoys the Skulls' luxurious lifestyle, but when his roommate, a journalism student, dies of an apparent suicide, he's convinced that something is wrong. The deeper Luke digs into the secrets of the Skulls, the more he's convinced that his friend's death was no suicide and that he's put himself in more danger than he imagined. The Skulls was the first starring vehicle for Joshua Jackson, who gained fame on the TV series Dawson's Creek; the supporting cast includes Paul Walker, Craig T. Nelson, Hill Harper, and William L. Petersen. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide The Skulls II The red-robed Skulls are at it again. The exclusive, sinister college fraternity that makes hazing seem like pillow fights inducts Ryan Sommers (Robin Dunne), who later secretly witnesses what appears to be the death of a woman at the hands of a Skull member. But of course, he can't tell on a Skull because the motto is "A Skull above all others," which is how some of these guys get to be high government leaders and megalomaniacal industrialists. Ryan's conscience bothers him anyway but once he begins investigating how to report the crime, his girlfriend, Ali (Ashley Lyn Cafagna), rejects him and seemingly everyone in a position to help him is a Skull. With the inspiration of lovely, good-hearted Kelly (Lindy Booth), Ryan proceeds to do what's right, even if it's wrong for him. ~ Buzz McClain, All Movie Guide The Skulls 3 The second straight-to-video sequel to the 2000 thriller The Skulls marks the feature directorial debut of television producer/director J. Miles Dale. Again focusing on the secret fraternal society of The Skulls (based on the real-life Skull and Bones), The Skulls 3 stars Bring It On's Clare Kramer as Taylor Brooks, a new student who aims to become the first female member of the powerful organization. Met with resistance from many of The Skulls, Taylor shows that she's willing to resort to any means necessary to gain acceptance. Bryce Johnson and Barry Bostwick also star. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide
The principal players behind the Chilean martial arts hit Kiltro reunite for this action-packed tale of a young orphan who grows up to be a vigilante crime fighter. Maco (Marko Zaror) was just a young boy when his family became the victims of a violent home invasion that resulted in the death of his parents and rendered his younger brother nearly catatonic. Years later, Maco pays regular visits to his brother in a nearby mental institution, and pays his bills by working as a bouncer in a seedy strip club. Every minute of Maco's spare time is dedicated to perfecting his skills as a martial artist so that he can never be victimized again. One night, after stumbling across a home invasion in progress, Maco instinctively leaps into action - saving a woman from being raped and triggering a fateful series of events. As fate would have it, the would-be rape victim was actually a prominent television reporter, and decides to pay tribute to her savior during a live television broadcast. Upon seeing the report, Maco's younger brother begins to experience visions of superheroes that instill him with a newfound sense of hope and mysteriously improve his condition. Recognizing that the only way to save his brother may be to transform himself into the hero that the media has made him out to be, Maco dons a homemade mask and begins fighting crime on the streets. Meanwhile, a well-meaning buffoon sets out to become Maco's official sidekick, and the reporter gradually sheds her earnest faÃ§ade in a series of sensationalistic news reports aimed solely at grabbing ratings. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
"Better Off Ted" returns to ABC with new episodes
Brad Pitt plays a man born at the age of 90 who ages backwards through his entire life.