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That would stand for "adult children of divorce."
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Christopher Walken plays a schoolteacher, Johnny Smith, who awakens from a five-year coma. He discovers that he has acquired the ability to foretell a person's future simply by touching his or her hand. After seeing several examples, Smith's doctor (Herbert Lom) becomes convinced that Smith can not only predict the future, but also has the power to change it. This ability is given its severest test when Smith shakes the hand of ruthless political candidate Greg Stillson (Martin Sheen) -- and suddenly has a flash-forward to a nuclear holocaust. The Dead Zone is not only one of the best-ever Stephen King adaptations, but also one of the most consistently successful (and least gory) efforts of director David Cronenberg. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
Marc Rocco's gritty drama Where the Day Takes You stars Dermot Mulroney as King, a street-smart hustler who acts as a father figure to a motley collection of young runaways. Among the people in his sphere are the young self-destructive drug addict Greg (Sean Astin), self-hating gay prostitute Little J (Balthazar Getty), and newcomer Heather (Lara Flynn Boyle). The film is structured as a series of flashbacks triggered by King's conversations with a prison psychologist (Laura San Giacomo). Included in the impressive cast are such soon-to-be-famous names as Will Smith and Ricki Lake, and the already established Kyle MacLachlan, Christian Slater, and Alyssa Milano. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide
Will Ferrell is a producer on this comedy about a hard-partying, hard-working car salesman (Jeremy Piven) who falls for the one woman he canâ€™t charm.
Kristen Bell guest stars on the season finale of Starz' "Party Down"
For a certain fan base, the idea of a new show from Rob Thomas is cause to celebrate.
For that fan base...
Actually, "Party Down" is, along with ABC's "Cupid," one of two new spring shows from the creator of "Veronica Mars."
Adam Scott, Ken Marino, Jane Lynch, Ryan Hansen, Martin Starr and Lizzy Caplan star in this comedy about Hollywood wannabes who make ends meet by working as cater-waiters.
This true-crime documentary was a 2012 Sundance selection.