Jack and Diane, two teenage girls, meet on a summer day in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously. Bubbly and naïve, Diane's charming innocence quickly begins to open tomboy Jack's tough-skinned heart. However, when Jack discovers that Diane is moving at the end of the summer, she pushes Diane away. Diane is overwhelmed by her powerful new feelings, and they begin to manifest themselves in terrifying ways, causing unexplainable, violent changes to her body. Young love is a monster -- can Jack and Diane survive?
Danielle (Juno Temple of THE THREE MUSKETEERS) is an audacious and promiscuous Oklahoma high school student in the late 1980s. Her teachers don't approve of her attitude, and her mother (Milla Jovovich of RESIDENT EVIL) is about to marry a Mormon who Danielle detests. Amidst the turmoil of her troubles, she is paired with shy, gay classmate Clarke (Jeremy Dozier of TV's ICARLY) for a family planning project. Their unexpected friendship prompts them to run away to Fresno in search of Danielle's birth father, with their bag of flour "baby Joan" in tow. The road trip leads Danielle and Clarke on a funny, heartfelt journey full of glorious 80's tunes.
Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and Charlie (Aaron Paul, TV's "Breaking Bad" ) are a young married couple whose bond is built on a mutual love of music, laughter and drinking...especially the drinking. When Kate's drinking leads her to dangerous places and her job as a school teacher is put into jeopardy, she decides to join AA and get sober. With the help of her new friend and sponsor Jenny (Octavia Spencer, The Help), and the vice principal at her school, the awkward, but well intentioned, Mr. Davies, Kate takes steps toward improving her health and life. Sobriety isn't as easy as Kate had anticipated. Her new lifestyle brings to the surface a troubling relationship with her mother, facing the lies she's told her employer (Megan Mullaly TV's "Parks and Recreation" ) and calls into question whether or not her relationship with Charlie is built on love or just a boozy diversion from adulthood. 2012 Smashed, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
An unflinching portrait of adolescent lust, boredom, and self-destruction that centers around a shy young girl (Emma Roberts) on the cusp of an illicit relationship with her soccer coach (James Franco). From director Gia Coppola.
Based on a true story. Vanessa Hudgens gives "the best performance of her career" (NYC Movie Guru) in this uplifting film about one girl's struggle to find love, acceptance and redemption. Co-starring: James Earl Jones, Brendan Fraser and Rosario Dawson.
Available Before Theaters! Best friends Lily (Dakota Fanning) and Gerry (Elizabeth Olsen), home for one last New York summer, make a pact to lose their virginity before leaving for college. But when they both fall for the same handsome artist (Boyd Holbrook) and Lily starts seeing him in secret, a lifelong friendship is tested. With Demi Moore, Richard Dreyfuss, Ellen Barkin, Peter Sarsgaard, and Clark Gregg, and featuring new music by Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis.
CRACKS, the dazzling debut film from Jordan Scott (daughter of legendary director Ridley Scott), stars Eva Green as Miss G, a glamorous force in an idyllic British boarding school. The school's most elite clique, led by Di (Juno Temple), rule the school and compete for the attention of Miss G, who thrives on the girls' fascination and eggs them on with lessons in a scandalously liberated world view. But, when a beautiful Spanish girl, Fiamma (Maria Valverde), appears at the school, the girls are immediately threatened by the outsider's perfect allure. Even Miss G, who loved being the most glamorous presence in her girls' lives, becomes obsessed with, threatened and tantalized by Fiamma.
Bill (Michael Sheen of THE TWILIGHT SAGA, FROST/NIXON) and Kate's (Maria Bello of A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, THE COMPANY MEN) already strained marriage is tested when their college-age son commits a shocking act of violence that reverberates across the country. As they struggle numbly through the media onslaught and the awkward pity from relatives and friends, they are forced to face their feelings of guilt, rage, blame, self-discovery, and - ultimately - hope, so that they can finally see each other and their chance for happiness again with clear eyes.
After witnessing the murder of his wife, Val Kilmer ("Red Planet," "Heat") searches for redemption as he's set adrift in a dark world where nothing is as it seems. While going undercover as a drug dealer, he befriends a slacker (Peter Sarsgaard -- "Boys Don't Cry," "The Man in the Iron Mask"), is antagonized by over-zealous undercover narcotics officers and a sadistic drug dealer (Vincent D'Onofrio -- "The Cell," TV's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent") and becomes involved with rescuing his neighbor (Deborah Unger -- "The Hurricane," "Payback") from her own demons. Also stars Adam Goldberg ("A Beautiful Mind," "Saving Private Ryan"), Luis Guzman ("The Count of Monte Cristo," "Traffic") and Doug Hutchison ("Bait," "The Green Mile").
Loosely based on the book Foxfire by Joyce Carol Oates, this film is about four high-school girls, dissimilar in every other way, who find that they are all being made to perform sexually with their biology teacher. This discovery leads them to become allies and friends. Shortly afterward, they exact revenge on their teacher at the cost of being expelled from school. Taking up residence in an abandoned house in the woods, they practice some rather sexy bonding rituals between themselves. Thanks to the efforts of their ringleader, Legs, to get drug rehab money for one of the girls, they find themselves on the wrong side of the law, and the chase begins.
Best friends Woodrow and Aiden spend all of their free time building MAD MAX-inspired flamethrowers and muscle cars in preparation for a global apocalypse. But when Woodrow meets a charismatic young woman and falls hard in love, he and Aiden quickly integrate into a new group of friends, setting off on a journey of love and hate, betrayal, infidelity, and extreme violence more devastating and fiery than any of their apocalyptic fantasies.
A teenaged boy in desperate need of a father figure finds one in a place no one should ever have to look in this controversial drama. Howie (Paul Franklin Dano) is a 15-year-old who has been emotionally at sea ever since the death of his mother in an auto accident several years before. Howie's father Marty (Bruce Altman) is also having trouble dealing with the loss, and distracts himself with empty sex while avoiding authorities attempting to prosecute him for using unsafe materials in his building contracting business. Howie falls in with a group of homeless delinquents his own age, becoming especially close to streetwise Gary (Billy Kay). In time, Howie begins to wonder if his feelings for Gary go past ordinary friendship, but the issue of his sexuality is forced into a very different light after Gary persuades Howie to join him in robbing the home of middle-aged former Marine Big John Harrigan (Brian Cox). It doesn't take long for Big John to track down the culprits after Howie and Gary steal several guns from his house, but Howie learns that Big John and Gary have met before - Gary sometimes works as a male prostitute, and Big John, whose tastes run to boys in their early teens, is a regular customer. When Gary runs away to California, Big John proposes that Howie work off their debt by having sex with him; while Howie is hardly comfortable with this arrangement, he has nowhere else to go after his father ends up in jail, and he finds an unexpected degree of emotional support in his relationship with the curiously compassionate pedophile, who comes to understand just how badly Howie needs help.
Set in the near-future UK, Saoirse Ronan plays Daisy, an American teenager sent to stay with relatives in the English countryside. Initially withdrawn and alienated, she begins to warm up to her charming surroundings and strikes up a romance with the handsome Edmund (George MacKay). But on the fringes of their idyllic summer days are tense news reports of an escalating conflict in Europe. As the UK falls into a violent, chaotic military state, Daisy finds herself hiding and fighting to survive.
Available Same Day as Theaters. An aspiring young photographer finds himself caught up in a heady world of money, sex, and privilege when he moves to wealthy Long Island in the summer of 2008. Starring Ben Rosenfield ,Nicola Peltz, and Gregg Sulkin.
"Tully" explores a legacy of love between a family of men, and the events of one summer that change their world forever. Told through the eyes of Tully Coates, Jr. (Anson Mount) - the local heartthrob and eldest son - a world is revealed where secrets are kept close as a distant father and his two sons struggle with a past that has come back to haunt them.