Stranger than Fiction - As best-selling novelist Kay Eiffel struggles with how to kill off her main character, IRS auditor Harold Crick begins hearing her voice in his head and slowly realizes that he must stop his own death.
Three soldiers injured in the Iraq War return to native soil, only to find that their tour of duty has taken its toll on the home front. Hoping to repair their tattered lives, Colee (Rachel McAdams), Cheaver (Tim Robbins) and T.K (Michael Peña) set off on an impromptu cross-country road trip. While Colee seeks to repay her dead boyfriend's family, Cheaver dreams of a big win in LasVegas, and T.K. tries to regain his confidence.
The Four Seasons - Chronicling the upscale neuroses of three middle-aged couples, this wry comedy of manners stars Alan Alda, Carol Burnett, Sandy Dennis, Len Cariou, Jack Weston and Rita Moreno. The longtime friends take vacations together every season until till one of the men ditches his spouse for a much younger woman, tilting the group dynamics and putting their interrelationships to the test.
"The true story of Richard Pimentel, a brilliant public speaker with a troubled past, who returns from Vietnam severely hearing -impaired and finds a new purpose in his landmark efforts on the behalf of Americans with disabilities."
10,000 Black Men Named George - During the Depression, gainful employment is practically nonexistent for African-Americans. The only available jobs are as porters for the Pullman Rail Company (which pays blacks one-third of what white employees make). Journalist Philip Randolph makes it his mission to help these forgotten workers - called "George," after company founder George Pullman - and helps form the first black union in America.
The Tuskegee Airmen - In World War II, the 332nd Air Force squadron was honored for keeping casualties low and bombers safe. But it also made history because its members were the first African-American pilots to take to the skies for America. Few knew of their accomplishments, however, until decades later.
The Sum of Us is an early Russell Crowe film. He plays Jeff Mitchell, a young man searching for Mr. Right with the "help" of his father. His father (Jack Thompson) finds a new love too. However, things are complicated, as love often is. A wonderful little Australian film, well worth searching out.