Away We Go (2009)
Indie comedy about a couple who go on a road trip to help them decide where is best to bring up baby.
Coyote Ugly (2000)
A smalltown girl heads for the bright lights to make it as a singer.
Detroit Rock City (1999)
Four kids in a KISS cover band try to get in to see their idols.
Ever After (1998)
Re-imagining the Cinderella story without the hocus pocus.
Flags Of Our Fathers (2006)
America, struggling to finance its war against Japan, needs heroes so badly that it is willing to sacrifice the truth.
Folk Hero & Funny Guy (2016)
Two artistically inclined childhood friends, a comedian and a folk-rocker, set out on a tour together in hopes of regaining their “mojo” and finding love in the process.
Goodbye To All That (2014)
A father tries to get his life back on track after divorce.
Helena From The Wedding (2010)
Dissection of marriage in modern-day America.
The Informant! (2009)
A high-ranking executive contacts the FBI with details of price-fixing in the food industry. But their investigation reveals more than they bargained for.
Up In The Air (2009)
George Clooney stars a corporate downsizing expert who, faced with being grounded, makes one last trip in a bid to convince his employers to keep him in the air.
We'll Never Have Paris (2014)
Romantic comedy sees a man try to win back his girlfriend.
Win Win (2011)
A small-town solicitor finds a way to make ends meet by becoming the guardian of an Alzheimer's sufferer, but trouble brews when his grandson arrives...
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