, 2h4 Directed byNicholas Stoller OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, Erotic films ActorsJason Segel, Emily Blunt, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie, Rhys Ifans, Jacki Weaver Roles Grandpa Harold Rating61% Tom Solomon (Jason Segel), a sous chef at a fancy restaurant, and Violet Barnes (Emily Blunt), a psychology PhD graduate, are a happy couple in San Francisco who get engaged a year after they began dating. Their nuptials get interrupted when Tom's best friend Alex Eilhauer (Chris Pratt) gets Violet's sister Suzie (Alison Brie) pregnant at Tom and Violet's engagement party and the two marry before Tom and Violet. Their nuptials get further delayed when Violet gets accepted into the University of Michigan's post-doctorate in psychology program which lasts two years. Tom agrees to move with her and delay their wedding until then. However, when he tells his boss, he becomes disheartened when she states she was planning on making him head chef at a new restaurant in town.
, 2h Directed byJames A. Contner OriginUSA GenresDrama ActorsFlorence Henderson, Michael Ensign, Judith Baldwin, Donna Mills, Pam Grier, Lance Henriksen Roles Pastor Wesley Rating60% A house owned by a church to be sold to fund the day care center's need of major remodeling. The pastor enlists three women to take on the project: Birdie, Rose, and Elizabeth. Initially they want to hire someone to do it all, but as their budget is limited, they realize they must to do it themselves. As they remodel the decrepit house, Elizabeth (Donna Mills) discovers her marriage is over, Birdie (Pam Grier) deals with her husband's retirement, and Rose (Florence Henderson) copes with the news that her husband (Lance Henriksen), has been diagnosed with cancer. They also make unlikely friendships with men at the local hardware store, and their intimidating neighbor, Junior.
, 1h45 Directed byAdam Shankman OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesFilms about racism ActorsSteve Martin, Queen Latifah, Eugene Levy, Joan Plowright, Jean Smart, Missi Pyle Roles Daniel Barnes Rating56% Peter Sanderson (Steve Martin) is a workaholic tax attorney working for a set of competitive colleagues and bosses names of Tobias, Kline, and Barnes while he tries to turn his life around and having just separated from his wife Kate Sanderson (Jean Smart) and lost privileges to his children, 15-year-old Sarah Sanderson (Kimberly J. Brown) and 8-year-old Georgie Sanderson (Angus T. Jones). One day he tells his wife that the previously planned Hawaii trip will not happen, but he lets them be in their house for some allotted time. Then he shows up late to a restaurant where Peter must deal with Virginia Arness (Joan Plowright), an eccentric English billionaire, to bring her business to his firm. But while tending to his career, he found some time corresponding with an online friend known only as "lawyer-girl". On their first blind date, Peter learns that "lawyer-girl" is a black woman named Charlene Morton (Queen Latifah), a wrongfully convicted felon accused of bank robbery claiming her innocence who wants Peter's help in getting the charges dropped. He kicks her out but then decides let her stay due to the way, Mrs. Kline (Betty White) could feel if he was associated with her. Mrs. Kline, who is Peter's neighbor, is also his boss' sister and a racist bigot who sometimes plays poker with Georgie.
, 1h40 Directed byClare Peploe OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Crime, Romance ActorsBridget Fonda, Russell Crowe, Jim Broadbent, Andy Romano, D. W. Moffett, Kenneth Mars Roles Powerbroker Rating55% Los Angeles, dans les années 1950. La jeune magicienne Myra Shumway doit épouser le richissime Cliff Wyatt. Cependant, peu avant le mariage celui-ci tue accidentellement le mentor de la jeune femme. Témoin du crime, Myra s'enfuit et trouve refuge à Mexico, où elle rencontre deux personnes qui vont changer son destin : Doc Ansell, un charlatan anglais et Alex Ross, un séduisant reporter américain. Tous trois prennent la route en quête de magie poursuivis par Wyatt.
, 1h32 Directed byJames D.R. Hickox OriginUSA GenresThriller, Horror ThemesFilms about religion, Serial killer films ActorsJim Metzler, Nancy Lee Grahn, Daniel Cerny, Charlize Theron, Mari Morrow, Duke Stroud Roles Father Frank Nolan Rating41% Eli and Joshua are being taken into foster care with William and Amanda Porter of Chicago after the death of their father, who was killed by Eli. The two boys do not mix well with a home in modern Chicago; their formal, Amish-like clothes from Gatlin and Eli's fire-and-brimstone prayer at dinner, as well as his bringing a suitcase full of corn to Chicago, strike their new parents and neighbors as unusual. On his first night in Chicago, after everyone else has gone to sleep, Eli quietly leaves the Porter's house for an empty factory on the other side of a nearby cornfield. Taking with him the suitcase of corn, Eli prays to He Who Walks Behind the Rows and plants corn seeds on the grounds of the factory, causing rows of corn to appear almost instantly.