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The Cast: Natasha Lyonne, Casper Van Dien, John Cusack, Megan Mullally, Joe Viterelli, Giovanni Ribisi, Jude Law, Delroy Lindo
The Director: P.J. Hogan
One man's trash becomes another man's worst nightmare. Marty (Van Dien) and Joan (Lyonne) are a poor California couple living in a trailer park. While garbage picking after Christmas day, Marty finds a briefcase and unwittingly leads a rich couple (Cusack and Mullally), two mafia goons (Viterelli and Ribisi) and a couple of uptight FBI agents (Law and Lindo) on a wild goose chase across California's coastline.
The Cast: Rufus Sewell, Eliza Dushku
The Director: M. Night Shyamalan
October, 1978: Dylan Jacobs (Sewell) is a professor of ancient literature at a top University and has a wife and newborn daughter, making him the last person that The Society suspects of having betrayed them, resulting in a fallen angel walking the earth and warping mankind in hopes that they will destroy themselves. After tracking Armaros for twenty four years and finally dying in the process, Dylan is faced with the ultimate decision: he will be granted a body that will allow him to save the world, but an innocent soul would be tormented forever. Which guilt will he choose?
GETTING OVER ISOBEL (a co-production)
The Cast: Mandy Moore, Cate Blanchett, Steve Buscemi, Brad Renfro, Scarlett Johansson
The Director: Garry Marshall
When Jessie (Moore) left her small town roots for a modeling career, she didn't realize everything she was leaving behind until a she returned home after being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome and found that things would never again be the same. Her best friend Isobel had committed suicide the day before, shocking her mother (Blanchett), her boyfriend of three years (Renfro) and the entire sleepy town. Now faced with the guilt of having chosen her jetset life over the life she once held dear, Jessie must re-evaluate her priorities and find healing in the friendships she almost forgot.
RETURN TO THE LABYRINTH
The Cast: Jennifer Connelly, Anjelica Huston, David Bowie, Emma Watson
The Director: Brian Henson
Sarah (Connelly) is now an adult and has put her childish dreams behind her, including her adventure through the Labyrinth. While moving herself and her daughter Jenna (Watson) to a new city following a divorce, Jenna finds her mother's diary outlining her journey through the Labyrinth and recites the spell for the Goblin King to take her away. Instead, the Goblin Queen (Huston) who has taken the throne from Jareth (Bowie) takes her and it is up to Sarah to remember old friendships and call on them to help get her daughter back.
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