The 10th Anniversary re-release of DARE, an iconic high school drama centered around three seniors - an aspiring actress, her misfit best friend, and a loner - who become engaged in an intimate and complicated relationship. A roller coaster of emotion, betrayal, heartbreak, and sexual experimentation starring Emmy Rossum, Zach Gilford, Ashley Springer, and the hilarious Alan Cumming.
An affair with a 19-year old actor (GIRLS' Christopher Abbott) helps reinvigorate life for thirty-something Amy (TWO AND A HALF MEN'S Melanie Lynskey) after she moves home to her parents' house following her divorce, in this humorous take on modern relationships.
The adult children of a conservative New England family return home for Thanksgiving weekend and find themselves forced to come to grips with their family's dysfunction. The prime difficulty comes from the fact that their parents, particularly their already taciturn and enigmatic father, are rapidly distancing themselves from their children.
In 1981, in Hutchinson, Kansas, the eight years old boy Neil McCormick is sexually abused by his pedophile baseball coach and his deranged and promiscuous mother does not pay attention. Meanwhile, the also eight years Brian Lackey awakes from a brief amnesia of four hours with a bleeding nose, but his negligent father does not pay attention to the event. Brian grows-up believing he had been abducted by aliens. The gay Neil grows-up as a hustler. When Brian is eighteen years old, he looks for and meets Neil, who discloses dark innermost secrets of their past.
Two girls (Dakota Fanning and Elizabeth Olsen), both determined to lose their virginity before they go to college in the fall, find their friendship tested when they both fall for the same guy. With Demi Moore and Richard Dreyfuss.
Jimmy O'Brien's (Frank Whaley, "Pulp Fiction") dead-end job in the grocery store stockroom has him feeling powerless and unfulfilled, but one successful night at a local stand-up open mic gives Jimmy a glimpse into the career he never knew he wanted. Starring Carla Gugino ("Watchmen") and Ethan Hawke ("Training Day").