Opens Friday, Jul 19, 2013 Synopsis: Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman's comedy stars Kristen Wiig as the title character, a quirky, once-promising playwright living in New York who fakes a suicide attempt in order to get the attention of her ex-boyfriend. She winds up in the care of her New Jersey mother (Annette Bening), a widower currently shacked up with an oddball boyfriend (Matt Dillon) who claims to be a CIA agent. Imogene reconnects with her mollusk-obsessed brother, and clashes with a boarder who is living in her old room. However, when she discovers a secret her mother has been keeping from her, she travels back to the Big Apple to confront her past. Girl Most Likely (aka Imogene) screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi Cast: Kristen Wiig, Annette Bening, Darren Criss, Matt Dillon, Christopher Fitzgerald Movie Details Play Trailer Movie Review
Now Playing Synopsis: Rebellious London teens Ginger and Rosa find their friendship tested against the backdrop of the Cuban Missile Crisis in this period drama from writer/director Sally Potter (Yes, Rage). The year is 1962. As the international dispute between the Soviet Union and the U.S. threatens to cast a shadow over the entire world, Ginger (Elle Fanning) seeks solace in the arts as Rosa (Alice Englert) favors such distractions as cigarettes and boys. Meanwhile, as the bond between the two girls is strengthened by their shared disdain for their respective mothers, Ginger's free-spirited father Roland (Alessandro Nivola) encourages his daughter to protest while sparking a twinkle in the eye of smitten Rosa. But for Ginger, the pain of her parents' breakup becomes too much to endure, eventually driving her into the company of a compassionate gay couple (Timothy Spall andOliver Platt) and their good friend Bella (Annette Bening), a poet. As the future of mankind begins to look increasingly grim, Ginger and Rosa both realize that the days of their friendship might be numbered whether the world ends in nuclear annihilation or life continues on as usual. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Elle Fanning, Alice Englert, Jodhi May, Christina Hendricks, Annette Bening Movie Details Play Trailer Movie Review
...and it sounds fairly standard, but I guess it's causing all manner of uproar, though mostly positive. Stars Annette Bening and Julianne Moore. "The Kids Are All Right" came out July 30, and has been slowly making it's way around the...
Now Playing Synopsis: This documentary examines the impact that practicing yoga has had on women around the globe. ~ Cammila Albertson, Rovi Cast: Annette Bening, Marla Apt, Shola Arewa, Gabriela Bozic, Elena Brower, Seane Corn, Jnani Chapman, Nischala Joy Devi, Paige Elenson, Donna Fahri, Angela Farmer, Mary Lynn Fitton, Lilias Folan, Sharon Gannon, Sara Gottfried, Gabriella Guibilaro, Kate Holcombe, Leslie Howard, Sally Kempton, Judith Lasater, Cyndi Lee, Nikki Meyers, Shana Meyerson, Indra Mohan, Tina Navarez, Sarah Powers, Tari Prinster, Kaitlin Quistgaard, Constantina Rhodes, Nadine Richardson, Desirée Rumbaugh, Colleen Saidman Yee, Ellen Saltonstall, Sianna Sherman, Linda Sparrowe, Cathy Stallworth, Janet Stone, Shirley Telles, Patricia Walden, Mary Wanjuri, Mae Yoshikawa Movie Details Movie Review
Now Playing Synopsis: A young author creates a character based on his dream girl, and gets the surprise of his life when she turns out to be real. Celebrated novelist Calvin (Paul Dano) used to be the darling of the literary scene; now he's wondering if he'll ever actually write another book. His inspiration at an all-time low, Calvin creates Ruby (screenwriter/co-star Zoe Kazan) and the ideas start flowing. A week later, when Ruby shows up in Calvin's apartment completely smitten, the lonely writer begins to fear he's losing his mind. Elliott Gould, Chris Messina, and Annette Bening also star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan, Elliott Gould, Chris Messina, Annette Bening Movie Details Play Trailer Movie Review
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