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  • As Vince shoots an action movie directed by Nick Cassavetes, he is asked to perform a dangerous driving stunt. Eric and Ari intervene as they do not want him to perform the stunt, but Vince does it anyway; as a result, he crashes the car into the set, but emerges feeling emboldened and invincible. The incident also pushes Vince to seek out new thrills, including sky-diving, purchasing a Harley-Davidson, popping Vicodin pills, and striking a relationship with porn star Sasha Grey.

    Vince is then introduced to a new project, Air-Walker, by Eric's associate Scott Lavin (Scott Caan), creating a hostile relationship with Eric; they eventually bury the hatchet and temporarily work together to help further Vince's career. This friendship eventually ends once Eric realises Scott supplied Vince with cocaine at a party. When Vince discovers that Sasha is seriously considering a role in an upcoming porn film, he tries to land her a role in Air-Walker instead. He succeeds, but Sasha sees this as a way for Vince to control her life.

  • Derek Vinyard is dangerous, a coiled fury of hate who leads a neo-Nazi gang. But time and events start to change him. He reassesses his ways while doing time for manslaughter and emerges from prison eager to keep his younger brother (Edward Furlong) from falling victim to the thug cycle of violence and payback.

    It may be too late. Weaving in and out of events past and present in Derek’s life, American History X is revealing in its look at white-supremacist gangs and impassioned in its message that hatred and bigotry can be unlearned. Edward Norton (Fight Club, Pride and Glory) portrays Derek, giving a powerful, persuasive, Oscar® - nominated performance.

  • This holiday season Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) vows his clan will enjoy “the most fun-filled family Christmas ever.” Before you can sing “Fa-la-la-la-lah,” he decks the halls with howls of folly in the perennial favourite National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.  

    Seeing is believing. There are 25,000 lights on the roof. An exploding turkey on the dining room table.  A SWAT team taking siege outside. A festive supporting cast (including Beverly D’Angelo, Randy Quaid, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Juliette Lewis, William Hickey & more). And a John Hughes script full of wit, heart and sheer goofiness. Yule love it!

  • Can the Griswolds survive Europe? Probably better than Europe can survive the Griswolds.

    The first time the all-American Griswold family ventured forth, in National Lampoon's Vacation, it was just a domestic outing. This time they take on the Continent--all in a catastrophe-filled fortnight--thanks to a TV quiz-show grand prize.

  • The Griswolds have planned all year for a great summer vacation. From their suburban Chicago home, across America, to the wonders of the Walley World fun park in California, every step of the way has been carefully plotted. With a few hundred hysterical exceptions. 

    National Lampoon’s Vacation is sublimely goofy comedy, thanks largely to Chevy Chase in his signature role of Clark Griswold. The inept but sincere Clark
    takes misfortune in his stride. So what if they lose all their money when their new car gets wrecked. And it’s not too bad when Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) deposits sour Aunt Edna (Imogene Coca) in their back seat for a lift to Phoenix. But what really keeps Clark’s eyes on the road is a flirtation with a mysterious blonde (Christie Brinkley) in a red Ferrari  For those along on the ride, National Lampoon’s Vacation, called “fast, funny satire” by The New York Times’s Janet Maslin, is a jolly jaunt.

  • Philo Beddoe is your regular, easygoing, truck-driving guy. He’s also the best bar-room brawler west of the Rockies. And he lives with a 165-pound orang-utan named Clyde. Like other guys, Philo finally falls in love – with a flighty singer who leads him on a screwball chase across the American Southwest.

    Nothing’s in the way except a motorcycle gang, two sneaky off-duty cops and legendary brawler Tank Murdock. Every Which Way but Loose was a change of pace for Clint Eastwood – and it proved to be one of his most popular films. With a soaring country score and a solid supporting cast including Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Beverly D’Angelo and the great Ruth Gordon, it’s in every which way possible a grand time for all.