Anna Foster has never had an ordinary life. At eighteen years old, she is the most protected girl in America; she is the First Daughter. Frustrated with her overprotective father, the ... See full summary »
Los Angeles, 1958: a detective holes up in a downtown hotel awaiting killers to come get him. During the course of one night he will meet various occupants of the hotel and the truth of how... See full summary »
Two ex-government agents turned rival industrial spies have to be at the top of their game when one of their companies prepares to launch a major product. However, they distract each other in more ways than one.
Handsome, romantic, sexy gentile Charlie enjoys his honeymoon with liberal-Jewish marriage counselor Ava. It's cut short when her parents Bradley and Betty, who always seemed the perfect couple, suddenly border on divorce over an old affair and poorly matched expectations. Worse, in turn they invite themselves to move in and drive the newly-weds crazy. Ethics prevent Ava from taking them on as clients and the colleagues she refers to prove hopelessly inept. Meanwhile Charlie's impulsive buddy Gerber, the eternal bachelor party animal, has married Polish green-card-chaser Kasia. Written by
Hi... what was all the yelling about?
Just your mother's normal kvetching.
Ohhhh... would you stop talking like that! This isn't a production of Fiddler on the Roof!
Would you just relax and stop acting like some kind of meshuggeneh in front of our daughters!
What does that even mean? Jesus!
Okay, can we just take this into my office... please? Right into my office... thank you... come on.
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Dreadful inexcusable plot development, I mean shocking. At its best derivative; at worst insipid vacuous drivel. Kellan Lutz, well I could not take my eyes of him. Primarily because I was anticipating, then wishing followed by outright willing any sort of facial expression from afore mentioned( Himbo) other than (Blue Steel). Secondly because he is absolutely and at all times covered in very heavy foundation, why? No really why? Mandy Moore, words simply fail me. Jayne Seymour I will forgive just this once but even she ought to get some two by four fashion a step sit on it and think long and hard about what she did here.
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