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Chris Taylor (Charlie Sheen) is a new arrival to Vietnam, straight from basic training. He soon finds himself assigned to an infantry platoon led by the scar-faced and battle-hardened Platoon Sergeant Barnes (Tom Berenger). Facing resentment and contempt from... ...READ MORE


How to Grow a Band

Mandolin prodigy Chris Thile is revered in bluegrass and folk circles. His work in the Grammy Award winning and platinum selling ensemble Nickel Creek since the age of eight saw country fans connect with his band and give them... ...READ MORE


Get On Up

In Get On Up, director Tate Taylor (The Help) chronicles the life of James Brown (Chadwick Boseman), all the way from his early days as a penurious youth to his time as the “Godfather of Soul.” Along the way, we... ...READ MORE


The Hunt for Red October

Jack Ryan (Alec Baldwin) is an analyst for the CIA who has been called back to the U.S . in a hurry from London. The reason, says his boss Admiral Greer (James Earl Jones) is that they require his... ...READ MORE



Sommerset (Morgan Freeman) is a world-weary police detective from the big city about to retire from his job in homicide. With only days to go, Sommerset is tasked with training his new partner, a young cocky detective named Mills... ...READ MORE


The Purge: Anarchy

In the sequel to 2013’s The Purge, the United States is once again plunged into a 12-hour period of anarchy and chaos, where any crime is legal. Unfortunately for a young couple, this is exactly when their car breaks down,... ...READ MORE

Let’s Be Cops 3.2/5 5 votes

Let’s Be Cops

Ryan (Jake Johnson) and Justin (Damon Wayans Jr.) are two 30-year-old friends struggling to find their spot in the world. When the duo mistakes a masquerade ball for a costume party and show... ...READ MORE

Blue Velvet 2/5 2 votes

Blue Velvet

Jeffrey (Kyle McLaughlin), a young man from a small lumber town, is on his way home from visiting his father at the hospital when he discovers a severed human ear laying a field. Fascinated... ...READ MORE

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Adam Scott 3.2/5 196 votes

He may not look 40, but Adam Scott has been around for a long time. He began appearing in several TV sitcoms in the mid-to-late-90s, including Boy Meets World and Party of Five, among others. He played minor roles in select feature films and had a cameo in Knocked Up. You probably know him best as Amy Poehler’s love interest Ben Wyatt, from NBC’s Parks and Recreation.

Thanks to Parks and Rec, he is probably most universally known as a comedic actor. However, Scott has proven his versatility as an actor. He has scored some starring roles in independent films, starting with 2009′s drama The Vicious Kind. Although this film received mixed reviews, Scott’s performance was held in very high regard. He appeared in 2011′s wonderful comedy drama Friend’s with Kids, in which he plays a funny, intelligent man wrapped up in a confusing love knot with his best friend, a woman. Scott has also appeared in a couple comedies of late, including Our Idiot Brother with Paul Rudd and The Guilt Trip with Seth Rogen.

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