NEW YORK -- Sometimes in their urgency to prevent critics from seeing their dreck, film companies throw out the baby with the bathwater.
Such is the case with this nifty little thriller that opened Friday without being screened in advance for the press.
His domineering mother, Lilith (Lena Olin), opposes the choice, preferring the services of a longtime friend (Arliss Howard) who also happens to be pre-eminent in the field.
Further complicating matters is Clayton's secret romance with his mother's assistant, Samantha (Jessica Alba), resulting in a quickie marriage just before he is notified that a heart has become available.
I took them because I also thought they were movies that spoke to my generation.
For the brave few proud enough to declare their love for the 1996 bomb "The Cable Guy," it's a re-match made in heaven.
As various obstacles present themselves, his wife (Alba) must make life-altering decisions while wrestling with her own personal drama. It will detail Lennon's transformation from chart-topping rocker to international icon for peace, while addressing the attempts by the U. "We're about to start the fifth and then they have the sixth, so we'll see what happens.
The film will mark the debut of writer/director Joby Harold. I think it'd be great if the show went six years." The 30-year-old star said he plans to keep making movies along the lines of "Garden State" while staying committed to his prime-time comedy: "I have two movies that I acted in that will be coming out that are completely made for the same crowd.
Rourke is expected to portray one of the hit men who are then assigned to take out the married couple after they join the Federal Witness Protection Program. The "Almost Famous" star will be working alongside series star Cruise and director J. "No, God, I wish it was," he said of the script based on Lois Lowry's book.
Quentin Tarantino, a lifelong Leonard junkie who adapted his work for "Jackie Brown," will serve as the film's executive producer. The novel depicts a utopia thrown into disarray when a curious 12-year-old discovers the pain and misery on which his seemingly idyllic community was built.