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Andre Benjamin stars as Jimi Hendrix in this revealing biopic from Academy Award-winning Writer-Director John Ridley. The film covers a year in Hendrix's life from 1966-1967. He was unknown backup guitarist playing New York's Cheetah Club. He made his mark in London's music scene and eventually captured the respect of audiences during his Monterey Pop triumph. Also with Hayley Atwell, Imogen Poots and Ruth Negga.
Hovering just off camera on the set of 'Downton Abbey' is the man who watches the actors' every move. The director? No, it's the historical advisor, Alastair Bruce, guaranteeing that the behavior above stairs and below stairs is true to the period of 1900s Britain. A treat for 'Downton Abbey' fans or anyone who loves history, this program goes behind the scenes during the filming of Season 5 with Bruce to explore the elaborate code of conduct that governed British life.
If our political system is like a game of Monopoly, how can outsiders have a voice when only money speaks? Director John Ennis, driven to make the world better for his newborn daughter, documents comical corruption, follows political newcomers, and uncovers intrigue in this colorful journey that connects the dots of Big Money in our ever-challenging election process.
Former hotshot racecar driver Peter Roberts (Thomas Jane) traded the winner’s circle for safety, stability, a pile of debts and a 9 to 5 job as a beginners’ driving instructor. But his life shifts into overdrive when mysterious out-of-towner Simon Keller (John Cusack) shows up for a driving lesson and hijacks Peter to be his getaway driver in a $9 million heist. Now these unlikely fugitives are on a white knuckle race to stay one step ahead of the mobsters who want their money back...
The comedic duo that goes together like cupcakes and frosting is back in business and more hilarious than ever. Season Three serves up sweet surprises for two of Brooklyn's hottest waitresses, Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs), who continue to dish up sarcasm and smarts. They've got a new cupcake business at the diner's back walk-up window, and Caroline and Max negotiate a work-study program at the Manhattan School of Pastry: Caroline works in the office so Max can study professional baking. Plus, love - and the aroma of freshly cooked tarts - is in the air!
In the period between American Bandstand and MTV, several shows tried to bring rock 'n' roll to television. In the wake of Elvis Presley and the Beatles' debut on The Ed Sullivan Show, '60s series like Hullabaloo, Shindig and The Music Scene featured rock and pop performers. But it wasn't until The Midnight Special premiered on August 19, 1972, that rock 'n' roll found its own home on the air.
When NSA contractor Edward Snowden downloaded tens of thousands of top-secret documents from a highly secure government network, it led to the largest leak of classified information in history - and sparked a fierce debate over privacy, technology and democracy in the post-9/11 world. FRONTLINE goes behind the headlines to reveal the dramatic inside story of how the U.S. government came to monitor and collect the communications of millions of people around the world - including ordinary Americans - and the lengths they went to trying to hide the massive surveillance program from the public.
Fresh from prison for a small-time crime, reunited lovers Thomas (Michael Pitt) and Rosie (Nina Arianda) find themselves in need of cash. After hearing testimony from John Gotti's high profile trial that mob social clubs are gun-free, Thomas and Rosie brazenly rob these underground spots operated by major crime families in the City. Unwittingly, they come across something much more valuable than money: a list of every mobster in the families.
Do plants have feelings? A prolific horror writer, Eric Shapiro has crafted a tense and fast-paced film set around a dining table and the politics of food. Rhoda Jordan and Ben Siegler, a liberal yogini and her more conservative father-in-law, square off on veganism vs. meat-eating, in a PETA-endorsed narrative.
Director William Davenport allows twelve adults with different types of autism to let their voices be heard and explores the challenges, gifts, and distinct perspectives of 12 adults on the autism spectrum. Featuring an introduction by bestselling author, Dr. Temple Grandin, and interviews designed by adults with high-functioning autism, the film discusses many of the problems facing the autism community - from bullying to marginalization and discrimination.
A fun-filled, all-new adventure featuring Spanky, Alfalfa, Buckwheat, Darla, Petey the Dog and all their friends. Directed by Alex Zamm, the most entertaining bunch of third graders in town hatching a series of madcap schemes to earn enough money to keep Grandma's bakery out of the clutches of conniving businessman Big Ray.
JW (Joel Kinnaman), the promising business student who became an organized coke smuggler in Easy Money, is serving hard time in prison and struggling to get back on an honest path. There are glimmers of hope in his life: some venture capitalists are interested in a new piece of trading software he's developed, and while behind bars he's made peace with an old enemy.
Tina (Denise Boutte) seems to have it all - a great guy, beautiful house and her own business empire. But when her business manager loses it all, Tina is forced to reprioritize her life to figure out a way out of her financial mess. When she turn to her ex-boyfriend for help, her current man feels threatened and Tina has to make a decision: should she make her next move for love...or money?
Amy Adams may be hoping for the Best Actress Oscar® at this Sunday's Academy Awards® but she is meanwhile today named the first winner of a new film prize – for the best movie line of the year. And the winning line is... 'You're nothing to me until you're everything' – delivered by Adams, as con artist Sydney Prosser, to her lover (Christian Bale) in the movie American Hustle. It vents her frustration that she can't have him completely because he's married to another woman.
As the irascible Mama Harper, Vicki Lawrence was wondrously transformed into a full-tilt senior citizen, and it wasn't a matter of if, but when, she would get her own TV series, Mama's Family debuted in 1983 on NBC, lasting two seasons before going into syndication for another four years.
DVD Review CONCRETE BLONDES
Amusing enough crime comedy with earnest performances and a competent production, Concrete Blondes is diverting enough for a look-see.
Levitating trains. Self-driving cars. Wing-flapping hummingbird drones. Supercomputing machines. Fish slime stronger than bulletproof Kevlar. Ultra-fast sailboats. Bomb-sniffing plants. Firefighting goo. Swarms of flying robots. Civilization is built on the human ability to invent - to create new materials and technologies from the raw materials of the Earth. What will the stuff of the future be made of? Best-selling author David Pogue returns to guide viewers through a new generation of cutting-edge materials that is powering a next wave of scientific and technological innovation.
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