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Nora, a trophy wife desperate to hold on to her husband travels to the Hamptons for the summer with her young daughter, while she waits for him to join her, the brother of her live in babysitter appears on her doorstep endangering the life she has created.
Miami, 1975. A true story in the vein of American Hustle, The Fastest Game follows Ronnie Weiss, a law school graduate primed to start his life, who’s suddenly saddled with his late-father’s enormous gambling debt and thrust into a world he’s desperately tried to avoid. To climb out of the hole and escape a notorious Miami Beach bookie, Ronnie and his childhood friend devise a betting system that exploits the glamorous, high-stakes sport of Jai Alai, making millions of dollars and enemies of the Boston Mob and Federal Government in the process.
Details a modern day meeting between President Nixon and Hunter S. Thompson.
When her fiance won’t introduce her to his family, a young bride-to-be takes the initiative to meet her future in-laws, soon finding herself at the center of a terrifying family curse.
A daughter takes over her mother’s social media profiles to help find her a boyfriend.
Desperate to put together a masterpiece painting, Dezzy turns to a new drug called “Diablo”, which soon proves to come with a deadly price to pay.
A group of middle school teachers are on an extended field trip, but a night out drinking causes them to accidentally lose one of the children in their class.
DRUDGE is a commentary on contemporary politics and journalism told through the incredible and unlikely rise of Matt Drudge from the Clinton Administration into the Trump Presidency.
The story looks at gentrification and the culture clash around food when two Latina American cousins from the Bay Area find themselves fighting over an inherited rundown restaurant and the one thing that originally brought their families together — their late grandfather’s family recipes.
A cultural coming-of-age story about a career-driven Latina American during her “double quinceañera” — celebrated at age 30 because she missed having her first quinceñera at 15. She invites her parents, best friends, and brazen married cousin to a work trip disguised as a double quince, inviting trouble that could jeopardize her job and her relationships.
Collecting stories about the political commodity of water and food in third-world countries and how a people either are fed or starve depending on whatever entity is in control.
The drama is inspired by a number of different stories that piece together a narrative about starvation in third world countries.
Directed by Stephen Gaghan (Syriana), production for the Universal release has already begun in London with Downey joined by Antonio Banderas, Michael Sheen, Harry Collett and Jim Broadbent.
The surreal L.A.-based coming-of-age comedy is written by author and Vice.com sex columnist Karley Sciortino, and it follows Araki directing a number of episodes of the Soderbergh-produced Red Oaks series for Amazon.
Set in WWII Britain, it deals with the women who were considered crucial after the Blitz occurred, becoming a movement that lifted morale across the country.
The Good Time star plays a wealthy pioneer who sets out across the American frontier to marry the love of his life (Mia Wasikowska), but that logline hardly does the film justice, and since the film kind of defies description, just go in expecting a clever deconstruction of traditional gender roles.
The film is a personal analysis of the white underclass race, and privilege in America. Ron Howard is attached to direct the project.
A woman must struggle for survival and get to her mother after her plane crashes in the mountains of Colorado.
They already have the first film lined up, which will be a comedic drama starring Ray Romano and Mark Duplass.