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    First Look: Lucy Lawless in Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Aug 26, 2014

    'Xena' and 'Battlestar Galactica' vet will play Agent Isabelle Hartley in season 2
  • No Good Deed -Trailer #1

    Type: Video | Date: Friday, Jun 13, 2014

    A wife and mother of two, lives an ideal life that takes a turn when her family is threatened by a stranger who talks his way into her house, claiming car trouble. The unexpected invitation leaves her terrorized and fighting for survival.
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    No Good Deed

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Sep 12, 2014

    Sam Miller directs Idris Elba and Taraji P Henson in this thriller.
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    'Man Up!' - 'Pilot': Call of duty

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Oct 18, 2011

    What did everybody think of the new ABC comedy?
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    Review: ABC's forgettable 'Man Up!'

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Oct 18, 2011

    The middle chapter of ABC's masculinity trilogy lacks a clear voice or good jokes
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    Man Up!

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 18, 2011

    This sitcom focuses on three men who want to know what it is to be a man.
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    World's Greatest Dad

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Aug 21, 2009

    Bobcat Goldthwait directs this dark and very funny comedy starring Robin Williams
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    'Agents of SHIELD' Season 2 introducing Absorbing Man in first new episode

    Type: Article | Date: Friday, Aug 22, 2014

    Crusher Creel has an 'ability to absorb the properties of anything he touches'
  • World's Greatest Dad - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009

    A high school poetry teacher and single father discovers that the thing he covets most in life may not be what makes him truly happy in this pitch-black comedy directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, and starring Robin Williams. Lance Clayton (Williams) is a mild-mannered high school teacher from Seattle who was granted sole custody of his son, Kyle (Daryl Sabara), following a nasty divorce. As hard as Lance tries to connect with his hostile, loathsome son, all he receives for his sincere efforts are insults and scorn. The only things Kyle seems to care about are violent video games and internet porn, the latter obsession eventually serving to alienate the foul-mouthed teen from his sole friend, Andrew (Evan Martin). His books rejected by publishers and his poetry class on the verge of being canceled due to student disinterest, Lance does find a bit of happiness in his relationship with pretty art instructor Claire (Alexie Gilmore), though these days her gaze is drifting toward handsome young English teacher Mike (Henry Simmons), who recently celebrated the publication of his very first piece in The New Yorker. Then, one day, Lance discovers his son dead, the apparent victim of autoerotic asphyxiation gone horribly awry. In order to give the boy some dignity in death, Lance pens a suicide note before summoning the authorities. By chance, that note is published in Kyle's school newspaper, instantly transforming him into a misunderstood cult icon among the impressionable student body. Now, tragedy has become opportunity for Lance. Can the grieving father live with the knowledge of how he achieved such fame, or has he sacrificed his own soul in his blind quest to garner the kind of fame that has eluded him his entire life? ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
  • World's Greatest Dad - Blu-ray Disc

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Dec 8, 2009

    A high school poetry teacher and single father discovers that the thing he covets most in life may not be what makes him truly happy in this pitch-black comedy directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, and starring Robin Williams. Lance Clayton (Williams) is a mild-mannered high school teacher from Seattle who was granted sole custody of his son, Kyle (Daryl Sabara), following a nasty divorce. As hard as Lance tries to connect with his hostile, loathsome son, all he receives for his sincere efforts are insults and scorn. The only things Kyle seems to care about are violent video games and internet porn, the latter obsession eventually serving to alienate the foul-mouthed teen from his sole friend, Andrew (Evan Martin). His books rejected by publishers and his poetry class on the verge of being canceled due to student disinterest, Lance does find a bit of happiness in his relationship with pretty art instructor Claire (Alexie Gilmore), though these days her gaze is drifting toward handsome young English teacher Mike (Henry Simmons), who recently celebrated the publication of his very first piece in The New Yorker. Then, one day, Lance discovers his son dead, the apparent victim of autoerotic asphyxiation gone horribly awry. In order to give the boy some dignity in death, Lance pens a suicide note before summoning the authorities. By chance, that note is published in Kyle's school newspaper, instantly transforming him into a misunderstood cult icon among the impressionable student body. Now, tragedy has become opportunity for Lance. Can the grieving father live with the knowledge of how he achieved such fame, or has he sacrificed his own soul in his blind quest to garner the kind of fame that has eluded him his entire life? ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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