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A neurotic Jewish New York comedian attempts to have a relationship with a free spirited young woman who visits the same shrink.
Book Club (2018)
These ladies get hot and hotter reading 50 Shades Of Grey. They are mature enough to behave better, but, of course, don't.
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Cake baking mom-from-hell attempts to control her youngest daughter's love life.
Christmas With The Coopers (2015)
The Coopers are falling apart in different, funny ways. Christmas doesn't help. It tries to paste over the cracks. Yo ho, indeed!
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The classic American gangster film.
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Manhattan (1979)
Woody Allen falls for his best friend's mistress, but is he really more in love with New York itself?
Night Gallery: Season 1 (1970)
Cult series... we can't believe it's not the Twilight Zone.
Something's Gotta Give (2003)
An ageing lothario gets caught out when he falls for a woman closer to his own age than his usual conquests.
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