, 1h51 OriginUSA GenresComedy, Comedy-drama ActorsJosh Lucas, Mickey Sumner, Stephen Plunkett, Louisa Krause, Austin Pendleton, Sarah Steele Roles Beatrice Rating56% The film opens to a seemingly domestic scene involving Mat (Josh Lucas), his girlfriend Andrea (Lucy Owen) and her son from a previous relationship. After a fiery breakup with his girlfriend, Mat is seen wandering the streets of New York with apparently nowhere to go. Meanwhile Alan (Stephen Plunkett) and his girlfriend Farrah (Mickey Sumner) are caught up in conversation in the aftermath of an ill-fated sexual encounter, preparing for a house party in their small Harlem brownstone apartment. The guests include friends of Farrah from her job working at a New York modern dance company as well as Alan's co-workers from his job as a legal aid lawyer. In the midst of the party, as Farrah tends to guests, she spots Mat seated in the living room and Alan and Mat make eye contact linking the two seemingly separate story lines.
, 1h31 Directed byGus Van Sant OriginUSA GenresDrama, Romance ThemesL'adolescence, Films about children, Medical-themed films, Théâtre, Films about cancer, Films based on plays ActorsHenry Hopper, Mia Wasikowska, Jane Adams, Ryō Kase, Schuyler Fisk, Chin Han Roles Rachel Cotton Rating66% A young man, Enoch, is out of school and has been befriended by a ghost of a Japanese kamikaze pilot. For unexplained reasons, he attends the funerals of strangers without invitation; at one of these he meets a young woman, Annabel, who says she works with children who have cancer, and the two start spending time together. Later Annabel acknowledges she has cancer herself, a fact which Enoch appears to accommodate, even when Annabel discovers she has only three months left to live. As their relationship becomes romantic, Enoch's placidity is explained by his own history of near-death experience, but when the loss of Annabel becomes a reality his behaviour betrays more evidence of turmoil. Annabel accepts and reacts to this. At Annabel's memorial Enoch asks to speak, but before he says anything memories of the couple's happiness together appear to resolve his grief.
, 1h39 Directed byDavid Koepp OriginUSA GenresThriller, Fantasy, Horror ThemesGhost films, Children's films ActorsKevin Bacon, Kathryn Erbe, Illeana Douglas, Jennifer Morrison, Kevin Dunn, Liza Weil Roles Sheila McCarthy Rating68% Tom Witzky (Kevin Bacon) is a phone lineman living in a working-class neighborhood in Chicago with his pregnant wife Maggie (Kathryn Erbe) and his son Jake (Zachary David Cope), who possesses the ability to commune with the dead. At a party one evening, Tom challenges Maggie's sister Lisa (Illeana Douglas), a believer in paranormal activity and psychic telepathy, to hypnotize him. After putting him under, Lisa plants a post-hypnotic suggestion in Tom urging him to "be more open-minded." Tom then begins experiencing visions of a violent scuffle involving a girl who he later learns is Samantha Kozac (Jennifer Morrison), a 17-year-old that disappeared from the neighborhood six months prior.