Celeste (Margaret Cho) and Bam Bam (Bruce Daniels) escape their Midwest hometown for New York, and take on their high-school nemeses - the dictators of the world-famous Salon Mirage - while discovering that true beauty lies within.
When a mysterious illness suddenly spreads through the town, Gabriel Cooper finds himself fighting for his life. After seeking refuge in the local high school, he's united with a group of ... See full summary »
It's Opening Day, but an idyllic day takes a strange turn after an encounter in an alleyway. This short film captures the rough and quiet beauty of Brooklyn, where the ghosts of past glories are never far or forgotten.
An ex-con wants to start an honest life. His old crime outfit wants him, as well as an FBI agent who's working on a case against his former partners in crime. All he wants is to regain his family's trust and help those in need.
An outrageous comedy about a blissfully unaware couple who must endure church-sanctioned marriage counseling before they can tie the knot. When the couple they're assigned to turn out to be dysfunctional and on the edge of divorce, our heroes must learn what it really takes to be happily married. Written by
I have to say that this film was the only copy left at my video store before it went bust. I love Jane Lynch. She's just brilliant in all her performances on television and film. In this film, she plays Nora Stelmack, an unhappily unsatisfied wife, to Dick Stelmack. Dick and Nora are assigned as Pre-Cana counselors to another couple about to tie the not. Brian Callem is great in his role as the nervous groom to be and his bride is fine in her role. Actually, Jane Lynch really steals the scenes in this film. While this film is a small budget but shot entirely on location in Baltimore, Maryland, I can't forget Cynthia Harris who is terrific as mother of the bride. She's another great actress as well. Bryan Callum is best known for his time on MAD-TV. Anyway, it's not all slapstick and easy bathroom humor. In fact, the film is more serious and funny at about the same time. I still like the film. It has it's humorous moments without being x-rated but still needs the mature audience.
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