Bringing Down The House (2003)
Steve Martin is a tax lawyer and Queen Latifah a convicted bank robber in comedy sparring match.
Garden State (2004)
Returning home to New Jersey in a twentysomething haze of dysfunctional doubt.
The Kid (2000)
A workaholic image consultant meets his eight-year-old self.
Snow Day (2000)
Students take revenge when their school is snowed in.
Youth In Revolt (2009)
In order to be near the girl he adores, young Nick Twisp has to get thrown out of his mother's house - which means he has to learn how to do bad things.
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Investigating a death July Jung on student exploitation, suicide and Next Sohee

Best friends forever? Hannah Barlow and Kane Senes on friendship, trauma and Sissy

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