When brokenhearted Stan flies to Austin for the weekend in hopes of "accidentally" running into his ex-girlfriend Cathy, he arrives to find their best friends Jeff and Kara in the middle of...
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Young nun Colleen is avoiding all contact from her family, returning to her childhood home in Asheville NC, she finds her old room exactly how she left it: painted black and covered in goth/metal posters.
CHRONICALLY METROPOLITAN is a cynical and clever coming of age film about first time novelist Fenton Dillane, who, unannounced returns to New York City to confront his family, his ex- girlfriend and a few lingering childhood fears.
An "un-biopic" of the young Hilary Rodham set in 1969, during the unverifiable weeks her autobiography has her working at an Alaskan salmon cannery. A parable about America, political narratives, and the absence of free will.
When brokenhearted Stan flies to Austin for the weekend in hopes of "accidentally" running into his ex-girlfriend Cathy, he arrives to find their best friends Jeff and Kara in the middle of their own vicious breakup. Before too long, battle lines are drawn - and with the Air Sex World Championships in town, anything can go down.Written by
This was surprisingly good! The story of this movie is a bit different from your typical romantic comedy. Some of the jokes are really bawdy, so be prepared.
The actors are all good but Sara Paxton really steals the show. She's amazingly talented. She has played many different and diverse roles by now and has always done a great job in my opinion. She is equally good with comedy, drama and horror. It think she deserves much more recognition and needs to get more lead roles.
I'm really baffled that currently less than 600 users have rated this movie even though it has been out for almost one and a half years. More people need to see this!
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