Gamers is a comedy about the lives of four slacker friends (and one obsessive interloper) living at home, -"with my parents... it's just temporary... 'til they die"- working in the real ... See full summary »
Kanning makes a good living as a bounty hunter. He always brings the guilty to justice and never makes a mistake. One day he makes a mistake, and decides to leave the bounty business: he ... See full summary »
In this provocative teen comedy, Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity discovers he's a Zerophiliac, with the ability to change sex at will. Join Luke as he journeys into the ... See full summary »
In 1887, at age 23, reporter Nellie Bly, working for Joseph Pulitzer, feigns mental illness to go undercover in notorious Blackwell's Island a woman's insane asylum to expose corruption, abuse and murder.
A couple and their guests spend quality time at an isolated chalet. When one of the guests dies, the other becomes really upset. He spends most of the movie torturing the hostess while ... See full summary »
A young girl with a seemingly normal mother and father discovers a household secret that leads to some startling revelations about her family past in this tense meditation on voyeurism starring Kelly LeBrock and Erin Cahill. Nina Theophilus (Cahill) is the daughter of an adoring father (Thaao Penghlis) and a popular actress (LeBrock). While on the surface Nina's family seems about as normal as one might expect for a family with showbiz ties, the discovery of a mysterious hidden room behind one of the bathroom mirrors soon leads to a series of strange revelations and old hidden mysteries.
I really enjoyed Stephen Eckelberry's wickedly lighthearted caper movie, The Mirror. Its cheeky veneer winks its message to you, that things are rarely what they seem to be on the surface. In a large context this is a movie about a child on the brink of adulthood learning to see her parents as the flawed human beings they really are and from that awareness, understanding herself more clearly and growing from the experience. Eckelberry develops the metaphor of the "mirror" as a device that reflects truth (or, as the ancients feared, the window to the soul) really creatively. The set design is amazing, and the performances by the entire cast are charming and fun. A great time. See it!
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