Poster for the movie "Real Men"

Jim Belushi plays a super-competent secret agent on the trail of Russian thugs. John Ritter plays a milquetoast dad who gets mixed up in the caper. The story follows their adventures over the course of a week, in which Ritter develops some guts and Belushi gets in touch with his sensitive side.

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Poster for the movie "Thursday"

Casey has given up drug dealing for a suburban idyll in Houston, a job as an architect and a new wife. They are even planning to adopt a child. But Casey’s past arrives on the doorstep in the shape of Nick, an old business partner. And all hell breaks loose!

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Poster for the movie "The Myth of Fingerprints"

When a New England dysfunctional family gathers for Thanksgiving, past demons reveal themselves as one son returns for the first time in three years.

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Poster for the movie "Infinity"

Story of the early life of genius and Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman.

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Poster for the movie "Zodiac"

The true story of the investigation of the “Zodiac Killer”, a serial killer who terrified the San Francisco Bay Area, taunting police with his ciphers and letters. The case becomes an obsession for three men as their lives and careers are built and destroyed by the endless trail of clues.

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Poster for the movie "Wildling"

A young woman held in captivity discovers the realities of truth and lies in the outside world.

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Poster for the movie "Where the Day Takes You"

A group of teen-age runaways try to survive in the streets of Los Angeles. Drugs, prostitution, violence and bureaucratic indifference all pose threats to the kids, who nevertheless prefer this harsh life to going back to their families. King, somewhat older, provides some leadership the kids.

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Poster for the movie "Vantage Point"

The attempted assassination of the American president is told and re-told from several different perspectives.

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Poster for the movie "Visioneers"

Visioneer George Washington Winsterhammerman lives a comfortable but monotonous life in this slightly futuristic black comedy. When people start exploding from stress and George is showing early symptoms, he’s forced to examine his life. Taking a look at his nice job, his sexless marriage and his resistance to life coaching, George reconsiders the philosophy of happiness through mindless activity.

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