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  • Written and Directed by Woody Allen, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger follows a pair of married couples, Alfie (Anthony Hopkins) and Helena (Gemma Jones), and their daughter Sally (Naomi Watts) and husband Roy (Josh Brolin), as their passions, ambitions, and anxieties lead them into trouble and out of their minds.

  • Carl Allen has stumbled across a way to shake free of post-divorce blues and a dead-end job: embrace life and say yes to everything. Take a bungee plunge? Yes. Learn Korean? Yes. Grab the first flight to anywhere? Yes. Win your dream girl? Yes. 

    Crack up fans with a feel-good, laugh-loaded comedy? Yes! Jim Carrey plays Carl in a YEScapade about opening up to life’s possibilities – especially when those possibilities include romance with an intriguing, free-spirited musician (Zooey Deschanel). From the director of The Break-Up comes an invitation to discover the comedy power of yes.

  • Four years unjustly jailed haven’t dampened the spirits of determination of Nikki Finn. The Spunky parolee sets out to clear her name – and sets the Big Apple spinning in deliriously funny ways. “Madonna is sexy and funny – a very engaging comedian,” Vincent Canby of The New York Times wrote of her work in Who’s That Girl. 

    The music/movie superstar displays kicky comic flair and sings four terrific soundtrack tunes (Causing a Commotion, The Look of Love, Can’t Stop and the title song). Griffin Dunne co-stars as an uptight, soon-to-wed attorney whose mild lifestyle swerves into the path of uproarious oncoming traffic courtesy of Nikki. This frisky caper proves screwball comedy is alive and swell.

  • An eccentric New Yorker played by Larry David abandons his upper class life to lead a more bohemian existence. He meets a young girl from the south and her family and no two people seem to get along in the entanglements that follow. 

    This is a comedy also starring Ed Begley Jr., Patricia Clarkson, Conleth Hill, Michael McKean, Evan Rachel Wood, and a number of other amusing types.

  • David Burke (Jason Sudeikis) is a small-time pot dealer whose clientele includes chefs and soccer moms, but no kids—after all, he has his scruples.  So what could go wrong?  Plenty.  Preferring to keep a low profile for obvious reasons, he learns the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tries to help out some local teens and winds up getting jumped by a trio of gutter punks.  Stealing his stash and his cash, they leave him in major debt to his supplier, Brad (Ed Helms). 

    In order to wipe the slate clean—and maintain a clean bill of health—David must now become a big-time drug smuggler by bringing Brad’s latest shipment in from Mexico.  Twisting the arms of his neighbors, cynical stripper Rose (Jennifer Aniston) and wannabe customer Kenny (Will Poulter), and the tatted-and-pierced streetwise teen Casey (Emma Roberts), he devises a foolproof plan. 

    One fake wife, two pretend kids and a huge, shiny RV later, the “Millers” are headed south of the border for a Fourth of July weekend that is sure to end with a bang.

  • Following in his father’s footsteps and hoping for some much-needed family bonding, a grown-up Rusty Griswold (Helms) surprises his wife, Debbie (Applegate), and their two sons with a cross-country trip back to America’s “favorite family fun park,” Walley World.

  • An unreachable shot to the green. A hopeless romance. Driving-range pro Roy McAvoy can’t resist an impossible challenge. Each is what he calls a defining moment. You define it. Or it defines you. 

    With lady-killer charm and a game that can make par with garden tools, Kevin Costner rejoins Bull Durham filmmaker Ron Shelton for another funny tale of the games people play. For Costner’s Roy, golf is ahead-and heart-game. On both counts, that’s where shrink Molly Griswold (Rene Russo) comes in. She’s big city, Roy’s small time, and he believes only the grandest of gestures can lure her away from a slick touring pro (Don Johnson) and earn her love. So Roy and his dutiful caddy (Cheech Marin) set out to do the impossible: win the U.S. Open. With laughs, clever battle-of-the-sexes banter and a handy way with a 7-iron,Tin Cup winningly defines the moment and contemporary romantic comedy.

  • Sooner or later the truth must be told. Oscar Novak will finally come out of the closet and declare before friends, parents, the cosmos and the 11-o'clock news that he is , well, straight. Or will he?

    Mattehew Perry, Neve Campbell and Dylan McDermott are the entango'd threesome of this hip, out-and-out (and outed!) gender bender also starring Oliver Platt. A business tycoon (McDermott) who wrongly thinks Oscar (Perry) is gay asks him to spy on his girlfriend (Campbell). Oscar, unwilling to hurt his chances of winning a lucartive architectural contact from the mogul, agrees... and falls madly in love. Do ask, do tell. For hot stars and steadily ramped-up comedy complications, it takes Three to Tango.

  • The dramatic comedy "This is Where I Leave You" is directed by Shawn Levy, and based on the hilarious and poignant best-selling novel by Jonathan Tropper.  It features a starring ensemble cast including Golden Globe winner Jason Bateman ("Arrested Development"); Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Tina Fey ("30 Rock"); and two-time Oscar® winner, multiple Golden Globe honoree and 2013 Emmy Award nominee Jane Fonda ("Klute," "Coming Home," HBO's "The Newsroom").  

    When their father passes away, four grown siblings, bruised and banged up by their respective adult lives, are forced to return to their childhood home and live under the same roof together for a week, along with their over-sharing mother and an assortment of spouses, exes and might-have-beens.  Confronting their history and the frayed states of their relationships among the people who know and love them best, they ultimately reconnect in hysterical and emotionally affecting ways amid the chaos, humour, heartache and redemption that only families can provide—driving us insane even as they remind us of our truest, and often best, selves.  

    Levy, who helmed the blockbuster "Night at the Museum" films, as well as "Date Night" and "Real Steel," directs from a screenplay by Jonathan Tropper.  

    The film also stars Adam Driver (HBO's "Girls"), Rose Byrne ("Bridesmaids," "X-Men: First Class"), Corey Stoll ("House of Cards," "Midnight in Paris"), Kathryn Hahn (NBC's "Parks and Recreation").