Aliens have invaded and overtaken the Earth. Trying to escape defeat, a Chinese General (Tiger Chen) is accidentally sent back in time while trying to devise a way to defeat the alien ... See full summary »
Xian Feng Zhang
Tiger Hu Chen,
A quiet town is jumpstarted by the arrival of an enigmatic family; a statuesque mother named Louisa and her gorgeous teenage sons. Sixteen Year-Old Hilary is working hard to get good grades... See full summary »
A stolen seismic weapon is activated in Yemen. A hostage freed there tries in vain to warn against it's global effect. It starts seismic activity at the Californian fault line where her daughter and ex are monitoring it. Can they stop it?
A young doctor wakes up from a car accident and discovers she is married to another man and living a life she can't remember. Her search for the truth to her past life will lead her to question everyone around her and her entire existence.
Amber city is the last city on earth with a breathable atmosphere. In this climate of fear and paranoia, Isan Epel finds herself trapped by her employers, Schilman's inc, after working in ... See full summary »
Ida Marie Bakkerud,
Ingrid Enger Damon,
In a white hot flash of light, and with no warning, one minute our moon is there, the next it's gone. Then, a second flash. And that's the last thing anyone on Earth can remember. 11 months... See full summary »
When Nick passes by the Schubert Theater on his way to work, they are playing "Matilda." Lesli Margherita, who plays Brandy, played Matilda's mother, Mrs. Wormwood, in the original Broadway cast of "Matilda." See more »
At about 1h 30 mins when Nick is singing on stage, his voice switches to microphone in sync with the music, although he doesn't take the mic from CJ for another 10 seconds. Then when he steps off the stage singing and walking towards Chloe, his voice continues to come from the speakers even though he's wearing no sound equipment. See more »
Seriously, I can't keep up with your sexual workload.
Well what about you and Nick? How many times did y'all do it a week?
I don't know, three, or four.
[Malcolm continues to laugh]
What do you- What is wrong with that?
[to Nick, who's just arrived]
Come here. Nicky, come here. You mean to tell me, you were only entering this beautiful creature three or four times in a *week*?
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I love movies and i love music(being a musician myself) but for me it's a case of "Never the twain shall meet". In short I hate people singing in my movies. But this was bloody well done, just the right amount of singing and it made sense. In an era where most "comedies" try to depress the hell out of you for an hour (with a few scattered chuckles thrown in), before the funny and "poignant" ending. This was funny from the start and kept going all the way through. Definitely worth a watch and very entertaining.
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