Watching Jawbreaker, in that respect, could be called a nostalgia film.
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Quincy (Jamie Foxx) is a man with everything -- a good job as a magazine editor, good friends, and a fine woman to whom he's on the verge of proposing. Just as he's about to write a series of guidelines for firing employees, his girlfriend dumps him at their engagement party. Despondent, he quits his job, refusing to fire employees for his spineless boss (Peter MacNicol), and becomes a recluse.
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Igby Goes Down tells the tale of one boy's rebellion against the 'old money' ways in which he was born. Igby Slocumb (Culkin) lives within a quirky family unit complete with a schizophrenic father (Bill Pullman) - whose last episode earned him a one-way ticket to the funny farm years back, a self-absorbed, Mommie Dearest of a mother (Susan Sarandon), and a repugnant Young Republican reptile of a brother (Ryan Phillippe). His constant attempts at searching out a better life away from his family's stifling dysfunction lead to a number of high school expulsions and an abnormal amount of prescription sedatives for his mother.
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This stylish coming-of-age drama, starring Zac Efron, is the directorial debut of Max Joseph (co-creator of MTV's 'Catfish').
This feel-good comedy reunites director Isabel Coixet with stars Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley.
Directed by Wes Ball, this second chapter in the sci-fi action saga is based on The Scorch Trials.
Rapper Drake has responded to Meek Mill’s accusations he uses a ‘ghostwriter’ by releasing...