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December 1, 2013
When he impresses corporate lawyer Harvey Specter with his razor-sharp mind, college dropout Mike Ross scores a coveted gig as Specter's summer associate ... despite the fact that he has no legal credentials whatsoever.
2011 / TV-14
Named her best friend's maid of honor, down-on-her-luck Annie's competition with a fellow bridesmaid, the wealthy and beautiful Helen, threatens to destroy the wedding. Meanwhile, a local cop takes a liking to Annie.
In Series 9 of this long-running crime series, DCI Barnaby and his keen colleagues solve homicide cases involving a beauty queen, a haunted house, blackmail and the construction of a supermarket in the rural county of Midsomer.
2005 / TV-14
After a romantic tryst on college graduation night, Emma and Dexter pursue separate dreams. This romantic drama based on a novel of the same name checks in with them each year on the same date, tracking their personal and professional progress.
In this contemporary reality-warp comedy, single playboy Mitch and responsible husband-father Dave are best buddies who want each other's life -- and they get the chance when they magically swap bodies after a night of drunken revelry.
Documentarian Andrew Rossi goes inside the New York Times to examine how the venerable paper and its reporters are responding to the massive changes in how news is gathered, analyzed and dispersed.
The world is made up of the most fascinating shapes and colors, and everyone's favorite purple dinosaur is about to show kids just how fun these shapes and colors can be. Barney sings and dances to show audiences how to create their own art shows.
2011 / TV-Y / IMDB
In the fifth installment of the explosive Fast and the Furious series, Brian and Mia break Dom out of prison and head to Brazil to put together a racing team and take on a drug dealer who wants to kill them -- all while eluding a federal agent.
After he's laid off from his longtime job at a soulless retail giant, average middle-aged guy Larry Crowne decides it's time to change his life by heading back to college, where he finds a new perspective -- and a new romance with a professor.
Oliver, a graphic artist, is coming to grips with the imminent death of his father, who, at 75, has one last secret: He's gay. Inspired and confused by his father's determination to find true love at last, Oliver tentatively pursues his own romance.
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In Victorian-era Toronto, Inspector William Murdoch uses unconventional scientific methods to crack complex murder cases, including the deaths of a well-known attorney, a professional pugilist, a former theater owner and a prominent philanthropist.
2012 / PG
When Baby Bop needs help learning how to play hide-and-seek, the gang jumps in to show her that counting can be fun -- and useful, too. Soon Barney and pals are marching to the beat of a different drummer in a number parade.
2010 / TV-Y
Soon after moving in with her father and his new girlfriend, young Sally discovers she isn't alone in the house: strange creatures live there -- and they might not be as friendly as Sally thinks. Guillermo del Toro co-writes this horror film.
2011 / R
A college student's final night of pledging a fraternity takes an ominous turn when he's ordered to hold up a convenience store as part of his initiation. He complies, but everything goes wrong.
2010 / R
With dreams of film stardom, transsexual actress Candy Darling took the 1970s New York art scene by storm and became Andy Warhol's muse. This documentary paints a colorful portrait of her fascinating yet tragically short life.
2010 / NR
Rachel Singer is a former Mossad intelligence agent who is forced to relive her 1965 pursuit of a notorious Nazi war criminal after the bold and dangerous fugitive is suspected to have reemerged 30 years later in the Ukraine.
2010 / R
in this fifth installment of the grisly Saw horror series, forensics detective Hoffman learns that his secret connection to Jigsaw is about to be exposed, so he embarks on a hunt to eradicate everything that links him to the serial killer.
Shortly after David moves into a new place, winsome Elizabeth shows up to assert that the apartment is hers, then vanishes. When she starts appearing and disappearing at will, David thinks she's a ghost, while Elizabeth is convinced she's alive.
Sidle up to Barney's healthy snack bar and learn how to treat your body right with this sing-a-long that encourages kids to get up and dance. Whether you're running, jumping or crawling, the important part is that you're moving and keeping in shape!
2004 / TV-Y
Red, yellow and blue are the primary colors that Barney and his friends need for their color collection. Singing and dancing their way through a color-filled day of learning, they search for red, yellow and blue objects.
2002 / TV-Y
Bunny is a reference librarian whose tepid long-term relationship with television executive Mike Cutler is fizzling. Enter Richard Sumner, a no-nonsense computer genius who's created a new product to automate the work of Bunny and her co-workers.
A screenwriter living in Paris has squandered months he should have been spending completing his latest project. Now, he has just two days to finish. His secretary brainstorms a potpourri of preposterous plots, which are played out on the screen.
A case of writer's block and a chance to reconnect with lifelong friend Julia prompt American dramatist Lillian Hellman to journey to 1930s Europe. Julia, once a young woman of privilege, recruits Lillian for a risky undertaking.
New York detective Ichabod Crane is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate a series of mysterious deaths in which the victims are found beheaded. But the locals believe the culprit to be none other than the ghost of the legendary Headless Horseman.
The quintessential surf film directed and narrated by Bruce Brown follows summer around the globe in 1966. Mike Hynson and Robert August ride the wild waters of Hawaii, Australia, Africa and other exotic locales in search of the perfect wave.
Traditional Sunday dinners at Mama Joe's turn sour when three sisters start bringing their problems to the dinner table. When tragedy strikes, it's up to grandson Ahmad to pull the family together and put the soul back into the weekly gatherings.
In 19th-century California, a band of misfit soldiers at an Army outpost take in a seriously injured man, who tells them horrific tales of resorting to cannibalism to stay alive when his group became stranded.
Four Texas brothers ignite a crime spree in the 1920s, robbing more than 200 banks across the country -- without ever killing anyone. In a career highlight, the unexpectedly compassionate team pulls off the largest train robbery in U.S. history.
Talented but unproven stock car driver Cole Trickle turns heads on the track. The young hotshot develops a rivalry with a fellow racer that leads to an accident. But with the help of his doctor, Cole just might overcome his injuries -- and his fears.
Fortune hunter Holly Golightly finds herself captivated by aspiring writer Paul Varjak, who moves into her building on a wealthy woman's dime. As romance blooms between Paul and Holly, Doc Golightly shows up on the scene, revealing Holly's past.
In director Barry Sonnefeld's Oscar-nominated black comedy, siblings Wednesday (Christina Ricci) and Pugsley (Jimmy Workman) Addams will stop at nothing to get rid of Pubert, the new baby boy adored by parents Gomez (Raul Julia) and Morticia (Anjelica Huston). Things go from bad to worse when the new "black widow" nanny, Debbie Jellinsky (Joan Cusack), launches her plan to add Fester (Christopher Lloyd) to her collection of dead husbands...
November 30, 2013
When a suicide bombing rocks Indonesia, expatriate American cop Jake Travers and local detective Hashim team up to find the culprit. The twisting trail of clues leads to a mysterious figure called Malik, who's more than just another terrorist.
A Hollywood stuntman who moonlights as a getaway driver is lured from his isolated life by a lovely neighbor and her young son. His newfound peace is shattered, however, when her violent husband is released from prison.
November 29, 2013
Twin rappers Henry and Herbert's purchase of a prize-winning T-shirt lands them a gig performing with a hip-hop superstar. But when their rival Kevin swipes their golden ticket, the pair will stop at nothing to save their chance at stardom.
2013 / R
When impish Amélie finds a long-hidden trove of toys behind a baseboard in her apartment, she's inspired to return the items to their original owner, an impulse of generosity that sparks more benevolent acts.
November 28, 2013
In this Bollywood drama, a corporate go-getter sees his priorities shift when personal tragedy brings him face-to-face with political corruption. Determined to expose the problem, he foments a national protest and makes enemies along the way.
2013 / NR / IMDB
Tasked with transporting murder witness Sean Jones to Los Angeles, a badass FBI agent has to battle a horde of venomous snakes that were unleashed midflight to prevent Jones from taking the stand against the killer.
November 27, 2013
Already grappling with his own problems, martial arts teacher Carlos Castillo faces another crisis when his brother, Ricky, runs afoul of a gangster. To save Ricky and keep his dojo, Carlos is obliged to take part in illegal pit-fighting bouts.
2013 / NR
November 26, 2013
Go behind the scenes with The Making of VGHS: The Behind the Scenes Feature Documentary. Learn how Video Game High School was made, featuring special interviews with the cast and crew! Get Schooled.
2012 / NR
Filmmaker Gerald Peary directs this insightful documentary that examines the oft-misunderstood world of film criticism and explores what the future holds for the underappreciated art form in the expanding Internet era. Filled with an assortment of the country's most respected critics, Peary's film features appearances by Kenneth Turan, Elvis Mitchell, A.O. Scott, and arguably the most recognizable film critic of all time, Roger Ebert.
2009 / NR / IMDB
An estranged brother and sister must deal with the recent loss of their parents. But heaping more misery into their lives is a life-altering attack one dark night by a vicious werewolf.
2005 / PG-13 / RT 16%
November 25, 2013
When Brian unknowingly goes up against -- and beats -- a high-ranking gamer called "The Law," he's swiftly admitted to the prestigious Video Game High School, where the best of the best come to learn everything there is to know about gaming.
2012 / NR
This sweeping epic revisits China's Spring and Autumn periods through the dramatic biography of Confucius, the legendary Eastern philosopher who, in spite of his mastery of the Six Arts, has difficulty instituting his political philosophies.
November 23, 2013
When car trouble strands old friends Mitchell and Carter in the California desert, friction surfaces as they try to deal with the situation, and a heated dialogue soon escalates into a violent struggle for survival.
Kang-do, an enforcer for a loan shark in a destitute area of Seoul, is unrelentingly brutal in his collection of debts. But when a mysterious woman appears and claims that she is his mother, Kang-do finds himself developing a hunger for human warmth.
2012 / NR
Scarred by his kidnappers as a child, Gwynplaine now makes a living from his disfigurement in a traveling show, where his only friend is blind Déa. His loyalty to her is tested when he learns that he's heir to a wealthy, influential family.
2012 / NR
Exploring various theories about hidden meanings in Stanley Kubrick's classic film The Shining, this fascinating documentary presents fans' and conspiracy theorists' ideas about messages regarding genocide, government conspiracy and history.
2012 / PG
November 22, 2013
When little Wun needs a heart transplant, his friends race to save him. But the donor heart he needs is at a hospital that's been captured by terrorists, so it's up to the remaining Power Kids to liberate it.
2009 / NR