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The new set debuts just in time for must-have holiday gift lists. Based on Elmore Leonard's short story, Fire in the Hole, this critically acclaimed FX drama from Sony Pictures Television and Bluebush Productions, stars Timothy Olyphant as U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, a man who attempts to bring law and order back to Harlan County. Walton Goggins plays Raylan's longtime rival, Boyd Crowder.
Richard Ledes' gripping new horror film about one family struggling to make a go of it in a new home. Bill Landopolous (Michael Imperioli), his son Steven (Spencer List) and his father-in-law Ray (Bill Raymond) move into the Queens, New York, home of their recently deceased relative Cal, who took his own life. The three hope to put their cares behind them and start afresh. But things get off to a shaky start...
Celia Green (Patricia Clarkson) is at a crossroads. She and her husband Malcolm (Chris Mulkey) have been coming to their resort house at Lake Tahoe for more than 30 years, and yet Celia now feels that something in her life is missing. Gathering her two adult sons (Zachary Booth and Joseph Cross) and their partners for a rare weekend together, Celia hopes to come to terms with the past that the house represents and her desire to move forward.
What happens when someone who you've mourned and buried mysteriously appears at your doorstep, as if not a single day has gone by? The lives of the people of Arcadia, Missouri are forever changed when their deceased loved ones miraculously return, causing them to confront the emotional depth of their relationship and what it means to be given a second chance.
Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy star in this terrifying thriller from Kevin Williamson about an escaped serial killer, Joe Carroll (Purefoy), and the psychologically scarred ex-FBI agent, Ryan Hardy (Bacon), who returns to stop him. Working closely with an FBI team, including cult-specialist Debra Parker (Annie Parisse) and sharp upstart Mike Weston (Shawn Ashmore), Hardy unearths that Carroll was covertly communicating with a network of followers while in prison.
The series introduces Dr. Grace Devlin, played by Jordana Spiro, as a young surgeon torn between morality and an unpaid family debt to a Southside mob boss played by William Forsythe. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Zach Gilford, James Carpinello and Zeljko Ivanek. Series' guest stars include Michael Rapaport Michael Madsen, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Terry Kinney, Kevin Corrigan and Jennifer Beals.
The film follows Celeste (Rashida Jones) and Jesse (Andy Samberg) as a young married couple who find themselves growing apart. At 30 years old, they decide to get divorced and attempt to stay best friends while pursuing other relationships. While navigating the turbulent changes in their lives and in their hearts, the two learn that in order to truly love someone, you may have to let them go.
A revealing look at contemporary youth culture, writer-director Mario Van Peebles' WE THE PARTY shows teenagers as they are, not as adults would like them to be. Set amidst the latest trends in music, dance and fashion, WE THE PARTY is a colorful, cutting-edge comedy set in an ethnically diverse Los Angeles high school during America's first black president.
Fiona Wallice (Lisa Kudrow) is a therapist with little patience for her patients. Tired of hearing about people's problems for fifty long minutes, she devises an innovative new treatment -- the three-minute therapeutic video chat. In her estimation, the traditional version of therapy gives people too much leeway to talk about irrelevant things. By dramatically shortening session time, she hopes to get results more quickly.
Hell on Wheels centers on former Confederate soldier Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), whose quest for vengeance has led him to the Union Pacific Railroad's westward construction of the first transcontinental railroad. Currently reigning as the #2 rated show on AMC (with a series premiere that was the second highest rated AMC debut of all time), it is episodic TV at its very best. And before Season Two rolls into town this fall, home viewers can catch up on all the frontier drama in this star-studded smash
Starring Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway and John Huston, the film follows an intricate web of deception as private investigator Jake Gittes (Nicholson) unravels a mystery involving water rights that are critical to the development of Los Angeles, as well as unspeakable family secrets. Written by Academy Award(R) winner Robert Towne and directed by Roman Polanski.
Available in multiple formats, including Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD Combo Pack, DVD and Digital Download. Featuring spectacular high-definition picture and the purest digital sound, the Bridesmaids Blu-ray and DVD Combo-Packs include both a Blu-ray and DVD PLUS a digital copy of the movie that can be watched anywhere, anytime, on consumers' choice of devices including laptops, tablets, smartphones as well as Internet-connected TVs and Blu-ray set top boxes. The Blu-ray, DVD and DVD Combo Packs each include an all-new, never-before-seen unrated version of the film as well as feature the original theatrical version. Additionally, the Blu-ray and DVD Combo Packs are loaded with nearly three hours of bonus features, deleted scenes, a gag reel, a Bridesmaids Making Of, featurettes, and much, much more.
First-time filmmaker and former public interest lawyer Susan Saladoff uses the infamous legal battle that began with a spilled cup of coffee to investigate what's behind America's zeal for tort reform – which threatens to restrict the legal rights of everyday citizens and undermine the entire civil justice system – in the thought-provoking documentary Hot Coffee, debuting MONDAY, JUNE 27 (9:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.
HBO Documentary Films heats up the summer with provocative and compelling films every Monday night, kicking off a new 11-week series MONDAY, JUNE 6 at 9:00 pm. (ET/PT). From a portrait of maverick chess genius Bobby Fischer to a gripping undercover visit to a Manhattan sex crimes unit, from the story of feminist icon Gloria Steinem to a road trip to meet newly naturalized U.S. citizens, HBO documentaries take subscribers to worlds others rarely see. This year's summer series features the work of a wide a range of directors, from award winners such as Greg Barker, Liz Garbus, Lisa F. Jackson, Peter Kunhardt and Alexandra Pelosi, to exciting emerging filmmakers.
It's more than a year since Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. The national spotlight on the Crescent City has dimmed, and residents are finding it harder than ever to rebuild their lives. Some have become expatriates in distant cities. The insurance checks that never arrived for homeowners were followed by the bureaucratic nightmare that was the Road Home program, and a land-grab is underway as developers and disaster capitalists press their advantage. Crime and drug use are up, and corruption and graft are endemic, with civic institutions unable to counter any of it.
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