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As Good As It Gets

I’d disturbed people. The greatest film I’d seen to date was ‘Ordinary People.’ But tell people you identify with the film and they automatically assume you tried to off-yourself. 135 more words

Helen Hunt's Surf Comedy 'Ride' Gets North American Distribution

Screen Media Films has acquired North American rights to Helen Hunt’s comedy “Ride,” which stars Hunt, Brenton Thwaites, Luke Wilson and David Zayas.

Screen Media will release the film in theaters nationwide in the second quarter of 2015. 156 more words

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Helen Hunt's 'Ride' Gets Screen Media Deal

Screen Media Films has closed a deal for North American distribution rights to Ride, the film Helen Hunt wrote, directed and produced, and stars in alongside Brenton Thwaites, Luke Wilson, and David Zayas. 286 more words

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The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001)

Late last year when I told a friend I was thinking of embarking upon watching a Woody a week, the friend thought it was a good idea but added, ‘You know you will have to watch  510 more words

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Tom Hanks in CAST AWAY (2000) - More plausible than "Gilligan," less engrossing than "Survivor"

(WARNING: Major spoilers abound!)

Cast Away is one of those movies whose little epiphanies are better than the sum of its parts. When director Robert Zemeckis and producer-star Tom Hanks aim for profundity at movie’s end, the whole enterprise threatens to flitter away like the feather in their previous collaboration, Forrest Gump (1995). 553 more words

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The Sessions

A man in an iron lung who wishes to lose his virginity contacts a professional sex surrogate with the help of his therapist and priest. (IMDb) 147 more words

The Sessions (2012) Review

Some movie are dependant on a couple of performances rather than the story those performances are serving. The Sessions is one such film because the central performance is so demanding on the actor.  443 more words

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