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Cover Story

Review A dancer becomes understudy in a Las Vegas show, sleeps with the boss and pushes the star down a flight of stairs.
Hostile Makeover

Review A funny sexy romantic comedy for MEN and Women!
From writer/director Sebastian Gutierrez comes a comedy about a serpentine day in the life of ten seemingly disparate women including a porn star, a flight attendant, a psychiatrist, a masseuse, a bartender and a pair of call girls - all with one thing in common: trouble. WOMEN IN TROUBLE stars Carla Gugino ( Sin City ), Adrianne Palicki ( Friday Night Lights ), Connie Britton ( 24 ), Marley Shelton ( Grindhouse ), Emmanuelle Chriqui ( Entourage ), Simon Baker ( The Mentalist ), and Josh Brolin ( Milk ).
The List

Review After being left at the altar by his B-movie actress fiancee (Elizabeth Berkley), an aspiring writer (Benjamin Ratner, who also wrote and directed) sees the perfect--and probably only--way to get her back. All he has to do is help her father (John Neville) move into a swanky new apartment while Berkley jets off to Prague to shoot a low-budget actioner. Quirky comedy also stars Nicholas Lea, Jay Brazeau. 83 min.
The Trials of Cate McCall

Review A dancer becomes understudy in a Las Vegas show, sleeps with the boss and pushes the star down a flight of stairs.
Misconduct

Review A funny sexy romantic comedy for MEN and Women!
From writer/director Sebastian Gutierrez comes a comedy about a serpentine day in the life of ten seemingly disparate women including a porn star, a flight attendant, a psychiatrist, a masseuse, a bartender and a pair of call girls - all with one thing in common: trouble. WOMEN IN TROUBLE stars Carla Gugino ( Sin City ), Adrianne Palicki ( Friday Night Lights ), Connie Britton ( 24 ), Marley Shelton ( Grindhouse ), Emmanuelle Chriqui ( Entourage ), Simon Baker ( The Mentalist ), and Josh Brolin ( Milk ).
Showgirls: 15th Anniversary [Blu-ray]

Review After being left at the altar by his B-movie actress fiancee (Elizabeth Berkley), an aspiring writer (Benjamin Ratner, who also wrote and directed) sees the perfect--and probably only--way to get her back. All he has to do is help her father (John Neville) move into a swanky new apartment while Berkley jets off to Prague to shoot a low-budget actioner. Quirky comedy also stars Nicholas Lea, Jay Brazeau. 83 min.

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