June 13th, 2012
Executive Wesley Deeds, played by Tyler Perry in a non gender-bending role, has always done what other’s expected of him. He took over his father’s company, he’s marrying his fiance and he tolerates his troublemaking brother. When Wesely has a chance encounter with Lindsay, a cleaning woman in his office, he’s shook from the predictable, cookie-cutter life he’s leading and is inspired to pursue the life he’s always dreamed of.
Robert Downey, Jr. and Jude Law are back as genius detective Sherlock Holmes and his exasperated but loyal sidekick Dr. Watson. In the second installment from director Guy Ritchie Holmes is working to solve the death of the Crown Prince of Austria, which the police have already ruled a suicide. Holmes finds himself immersed in a deadly game with the diabolical Dr. Moriarty and must work quickly to uncover his plot before he destabilizes the entire western world.
Oscar-winning director Curtis Hanson directs this scathing made-for-HBO feature based on the explosive expose by Andrew Ross Sorkin on the 2008 financial collapse. As the American economy careens towards the largest financial crisis since the Great Depression, and threatens to take the rest of the world with it, Secretary Pauslon is caught between the power players on Wall Street and Capitol Hill as they all rush to prevent the catastrophe. With an all-star cast, including James Woods, William Hurt, Topher Grace and Ed Asner, this film offers a behind the scenes view of what really happened.
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