Brian J. Smith plays an honest tow-truck driver who finds himself risking everything on a dangerous quest to provide for his struggling family.
When Toni Collette’s Anne is unpleasantly surprised by the arrival of her stepson Steven (Tom Hughes) on the night of her social-climbing dinner party, her decision to involve her Spanish housekeeper Maria (Rossy de Palma) in an effort to maintain aesthetics, proves to be a farcical nightmare.
Meagan Good plays Gabrielle, a graphic designer and serial dater, who has to balance her dating adventures with her career ambitions at an upscale magazine when she goes on assignment to see of she can find love by the 10th date with the same man.
Mark Ruffalo plays Adam, a fastidious recovering sex addict — with 5 years of “sexual sobriety” under his belt. His first chance at true romance comes in the form of Phoebe, a neurotic bad-boy magnet played by Gwyneth Paltrow.
Dan Stevens delivers an enigmatic performance as a charming soldier who introduces himself to the Peterson family, claiming to be a friend of their son who died “in action”. While the mysterious guest is kind and helpful, not everyone in the family is convinced that he is who he says he is.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays Nina Geld, a comedian, whose brilliant and angry comedy kicks her career into high gear. As she gets closer to realizing her dreams, her romantic life gets complicated with the introduction of Rafe, played by Common. She’s forced to examine what it means to be a creative and authentic woman in today’s culture.
Paris Hilton’s new documentary, This is Paris, promises to reveal the real person behind the multi-million dollar business empire we’ve all come to know. Charlie “grabs a pipe” and “flies the friendly skies” as he catches up with the new Paris on CBS’ The Talk.