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The Last of the Mohicans 1/5 1 vote

The Last of the Mohicans

In the early 18th century, the British and French armies are doing battle for the Americas in what is now upstate New York. The locals, former indentured servants who have settled... ...READ MORE

Dom Hemingway 3.1/5 7 votes

Dom Hemingway

Jude Law is Dom Hemingway, a funny, foul-mouthed criminal with a short fuse. Following his release from prison after a twelve-year stint, he reconnects with his partner, Dickie (Richard E. Grant), and travels to... ...READ MORE

Nymphomaniac: Vol. 2 1.3/5 22 votes

Nymphomaniac: Vol. 2

A woman continues to recount the erotic escapades and sordid tales of her self-described nymphomaniac existence, as a patient and caring man listens intently. Her tales include a lengthy struggle to feel physical... ...READ MORE

Heat 4.5/5 6 votes


An armed robber named Neil McCauley (De Niro) and his crew take down an armored car and steal over a million dollars worth of bearer bonds, but during the heist, guards are killed and they... ...READ MORE

Filth 2.7/5 11 votes


Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy) is a corrupt, loud-mouthed, racist, drug-addled cop who will do anything to get the next promotion. Tasked with solving a brutal murder, his world (and his sanity) begins to unravel amidst... ...READ MORE

The Beach 3.4/5 14 votes

The Beach

Richard (Leonardo DiCaprio) is an American college student set to travel Southeast Asia for the summer – but he has no interest in your typical run-of-the-mill, full-moon-party-filled vacation. He’s looking for something radically different... ...READ MORE

30 Minutes or Less 3.6/5 11 votes

30 Minutes or Less

In order to finance a bigger crime, semi-witted Dwayne (Danny McBride) decides to rob a bank. Not wanting to take the risk himself, he and his lackey Travis (Nick Swardson) kidnap unsuspecting... ...READ MORE

Tim’s Vermeer 2.8/5 9 votes

Tim’s Vermeer

Tim Jenison, a successful American inventor, formulates a theory that Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer made use of optical techniques in the making of his paintings. Eager to prove his theory, Tim proceeds to make... ...READ MORE

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Adam Scott 3.1/5 184 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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