Josh Radnor (TV's HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER) wrote, directed, and stars in happythankyoumoreplease, a sharp comedy centered on a group of 20-something New Yorkers struggling to figure out themselves, their lives, and their loves. Sam Wexler (Radnor) is an aspiring novelist whose life changes when he meets Rasheen, a young boy separated from his family, on the NYC subway. When Sam learns Rasheen has already lived in six previous foster homes he agrees to let him move in temporarily. As a friendship develops between the two, Rasheen meets Sam's circle of friends: Annie (Malin Akerman of COUPLE'S RETREAT), who has an auto-immune disorder resulting in the loss of her hair and her self-esteem; Mary Catherine (Zoe Kazan of IT'S COMPLICATED) and Charlie (Pablo Schreiber of VICKY CRISTINA BARCELONA), a couple whose potential move to L.A. threatens their relationship; and Mississippi (Kate Mara of 127 HOURS), an aspiring singer/waitress who tests Sam's fear of commitment. In return, he helps Sam realize adulthood may not be about waiting for the right answers, but about stumbling ahead and figuring them out.
Patrick Stewart gives a captivating performance in this witty, emotionally gripping adaptation of director Stephen Belber's own Tony Award-nominated play. Stewart stars as Tobi, an eccentric, pot-smoking Manhattan ballet instructor whose quiet life is interrupted by the arrival of a young couple (Carla Gugino & Matthew Lillard) from Seattle, presumably there to interview him about his colorful life as a dancer in the 1960s. As Tobi spins salacious tales from his former career, an ulterior motive for the couple's visit emerges, forcing the trio to confront a secret that may connect them all. Driven by Stewart's tour-de-force performance, Match moves masterfully between razor-sharp comic banter and heartrending poignancy.
Directed by two time Academy Award nominee Bruce Beresford, Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding stars Academy Award winning Jane Fonda, two time Academy Award nominated Catherine Keener, international heartthrob Chace Crawford, and Sundance's "breakout star" Elizabeth Olsen. A comedy about an uptight New York City lawyer who takes her two spirited teenagers to her hippie mother's farmhouse in the countryside for a family vacation. What was meant to be a weekend getaway quickly turns into a summer adventure of romance, music, family secrets, and self discovery.
Natalie, Jeff and Polly share a big problem: being 15 years old. But they also share a lot of laughs because they have each other. This wry, lump-in-the-throat comedy is immediately recognizable by anyone who's survived, or is surviving, growing up. Runaway Jeff (Byron Thames) moves in with Natalie (future Academy Award® winner* Jennifer Connelly) on a friends-only basis while her dad is away - and moves in on her budding relationship with a swell-headed high school hero (Alan Boyce). Meanwhile, Polly (Maddie Corman) flips over a big-league ballplayer (Billy Wirth) who got to second base with her one ardent afternoon. She carries a torch while he carries on with a full roster of groupies. These situations cross, crisscross and double-cross delightfully, thanks to the talents of an energetic young cast, the deftness of the comedy and the truth of the characters. Give Seven Minutes in Heaven your time.
Available same day as theatrical release. Based on the hit musical by Jason Robert Brown, a struggling actress (Anna Kendrick) and her novelist boyfriend (Jeremy Jordan) recount the rise and fall of their 5 year love affair.
Fresh out of college, a young man (Chris Lowell) is left devastated when the girl of his dreams dumps him. Refusing to move on, he devises a plan to transform himself into the man she desires. After resigning himself to working for the head of a company in corporate mediocrity (Clark Gregg), he falls for a hipster songstress (Jessica Szohr) who likes him as he is. As his path continues to unfold unexpectedly, the counsel of a kindred spirit astronomer (Allison Janney) helps him understand how to truly carve out a place in the universe.