Steven Jay Russell

Steven Jay Russell

Jim Carrey plays con artist Steven Jay Russell, in I Love You Phillip Morris.
Rating: Unrated
I Love You Phillip Morris Movie Poster

I Love You Phillip Morris Movie Poster

Jim Carrey stars in the strange, real-life events that are depicted in I Love You Phillip Morris. Here's the first official poster for the movie.
Rating: Unrated
Malcolm X Photo

Malcolm X Photo

An image from Malcolm X.
Rating: Unrated
Cinderella Man Picture

Cinderella Man Picture

The 2005 film starring Russell Crowe and Renee Zellweger tells the story of a washed-up fighter who somehow finds it within himself to become heavyweight champion. On the way, he becomes an inspiration to the masses.
Rating: Unrated
My Week With Marilyn Movie Poster

My Week With Marilyn Movie Poster

This is the poster for "My Week with Marilyn".
Rating: Unrated
A Dangerous Method Poster

A Dangerous Method Poster

This is the movie poster for "A Dangerous Method"
Rating: Unrated
Tony Blair Picture

Tony Blair Picture

The faux British Prime Minister
Rating: Unrated
Tom and Julia

Tom and Julia

Star power doesn't get much stronger than Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts. Here they are in Charlie Wilson's War.
Rating: Unrated
Training Day Photo

Training Day Photo

An image from Training Day.
Rating: Unrated
Martha Marcy May Marlene International Poster

Martha Marcy May Marlene International Poster

Martha Marcy May Marlene premieres at the Toronto Film Festival. Martha Marcy May Marlene stars Elizabeth Olsen and John Hawkes.
Rating: Unrated
The Hurricane Photo

The Hurricane Photo

A photo from The Hurricane.
Rating: Unrated
Jim Braddock

Jim Braddock

James "Jim" Braddock (Russell Crowe) is a washed-up fighter who somehow rises back to the top of the world circuit in the 1930s. He's the Cinderella Man, a source of hope for those in the Great Depression.
Rating: Unrated

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Drama Quotes

[narrating] We sat and drank with the sun on our shoulders and felt like free men. Hell, we could have been tarring the roof of one of our own houses. We were the lords of all creation. As for Andy - he spent that break hunkered in the shade, a strange little smile on his face, watching us drink his beer.

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[narrating] I wish I could tell you that Andy fought the good fight, and the Sisters let him be. I wish I could tell you that - but prison is no fairy-tale world. He never said who did it, but we all knew.

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