Eight patients and two staff meet at luxurious NY sleep clinic for a night of observation and hi tech monitoring.Their lives become dangerously entwined as secrets are revealed.Love,blackmail and murder ensue.
After an expose on NFL players causes a series of lawsuits, a reporter gets fired. A loyal editor nonetheless gives him a freelance story to work on. It seems that an athletic 19 year old ... See full summary »
James Le Gros,
A day in Athens, Arizona, as teens and twenty-somethings navigate life without a compass. Jimmy has gambling debts and sees a chance to steal and sell a dead-man's stash of drugs. The ... See full summary »
John Patrick Amedori,
Jasmine Jessica Anthony
Darren Giles has lost his college scholarship, can't work up the courage to ask out the girl of his dreams and doesn't have the cash to stay in college another semester. Unless he can ... See full summary »
Anatomy of Care is a unique interactive movie where you make decisions for five lead characters and see how those decisions play out. Produced for everyone who works in health care, from ... See full summary »
Mel is a musician in Manhattan, with plenty of one-night stands but no steady companion, except for his goldfish. He decides to move in with his current girlfriend, so he sublets his flat to Ginger, an English biologist new in town. The day he moves out, he flips for the bride at a wedding where he's playing, breaks up with his girlfriend, and moves back into his flat, negotiating with Ginger to her temporary flatmate. Meanwhile, he pursues Diana, the bride, working as the elevator operator in her building while he and Ginger develop a friendship as she does research on his fish. One of her lab frogs and his fish develop an attraction: is this a harbinger of opposites attracting? Written by
(at around 26 mins) When Mel visits Diana's apartment for the first time, the door falls shut after she opens it for him. The sound of a door shutting can be heard, but in the mirror to the left you can see that Mel caught the door before it closed so there should have been no sound. See more »
I too first saw this film at the Tribeca Film festival on the opening night which was sold out in a 900+ seat theatre!! I had no expectations of the film but got completely caught up (as did the rest of the audience) as soon as the credits started to roll. First of all, Matthew Modine is great in anything he does and this was no exception. After seeing him play some psychos and some intense roles, this was a refreshing departure where Modine was able to show off his comedic abilities. The supporting cast was stellar - especially Fisher Stevens and Isiah Whitlock. I'm just so tired of all the jaded rhetoric in entertainment - this film was light, fun, funny, had moments of almost innocence - a film a whole family could watch together. It steers away from foul language, anything risqué and at its core is about a handful of people earnestly looking for true love. Albeit they make some mistakes, but some of them actually get there.
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