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Take beautiful scenery, add exquisite meals and the company of brilliant, witty friends and you have the recipe for delight starring the riotously funny Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon and directed by award winner Michael Winterbottom. they retrace the steps of the Romantic poets' grand tour of Italy. During their drives and between bites of fine cuisine, the pals indulge in some sparkling banter and face off against each other with celebrity impersonations.
Mitch, a bawdy former surgeon, convinces mild-mannered Colin, his ex-brother-in-law, to embark on an unplanned trip to Iceland with him. In an effort to get their grooves back, the odd couple set off on a road trip that takes them through trendy Reykjavik to the rugged outback. Mitch and Colin's picaresque adventures through Iceland evolve into a candid exploration of aging, loneliness and friendship.
Award-winning documentary filmmaker Jeffrey Schwartz turns his camera on the plus-sized "cinematic terrorist" turned international icon of bad taste when Harris Glenn Milstead, a.k.a. Divine, comes to life in this complex documentary that traces his humble beginnings as an overweight, teased Baltimore youth to internationally-recognized drag superstar.
Writer/Director Ash Christian's Critically-Acclaimed Independent Film features an All-Star Cast, Including Thora Birch, Brittany Snow, Tobias Segal, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Academy Award(R) Nominee Christine Lahti and Michael Urie.
Wallace Avery (Colin Firth) hates his job. He's blown his one shot at living his dream, and his relationships are in shambles. Not wanting to face his life, he stages his death and purchases a new identity as Arthur Newman. His hope-filled new existence is soon interrupted by beautiful, reckless and exciting Mike (Emily Blunt). Together they hit the road, not only stealing the identities of those they encounter, but engaging in an elaborate game of role play and crime that leads far from home.
This hilarious addition to the road-movie genre follows a desperate agent (Olivier Gourmet) and an insomniac actor of questionable talent as they make their way in a stolen car across Europe to a film festival in the Arctic Circle. Hoping to get the actor a meeting with a famous director, they encounter a series of bizarre encounters, and it's uncertain whether their dreams of fame will come true.
An Official Selection of the Toronto, New York and Venice Film Festivals, this breathtakingly beautiful road movie garnered tremendous critical accolades upon its 2011–2012 U.S. theatrical rollout from Shadow Distribution.
DVD Review SOMETHING WILD
A quarter century has done nothing to dim the many charms of arguably Jonathan Demme's best movie. Now looking more choice than ever, on Criterion Blu-ray.
DVD Review BUNNY AND THE BULL
In the same vein as many of today's British comedies, this promises to be an original, quirky, and offbeat exercise in hilarity.
...a thrilling, full-throttle adventure hailed as one of the best road movies of all time. Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis star as accidental outlaws on a desperate flight across the Southwest after a tragic incident at a roadside bar. With a determined detective on their trail, a sweet-talking hitchhiker in their path and a string of crimes in their wake, their journey alternates between hilarious, high-speed thrill ride and empowering personal odyssey even as the law closes in.
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