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Girlfriends: Season 3
rating:3.0

Girlfriends: Season 3

2002Runtime:0 minutes
Close friends Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross), Toni (Jill Marie Jones), Maya (Golden Brooks), Lynn (Persia White) and William (Reginald C. Hayes) continue to help one another along life's bumpy road as they confront issues of love, career and money in Season 3 of the Emmy-nominated sitcom. As marriage woes continue for Maya, Toni finds love where she least expected, and Joan's jealousy causes a rift between her and Toni.

Directed by:

  • Sheldon Epps
  • Mary Lou Belli
  • Leonard R. Garner Jr.
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Season 3
    rating:3.0

    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Season 3

    1998Runtime:0 minutes
    As the third season of this family-friendly sitcom unfolds, Sabrina the teenage witch (Melissa Joan Hart) -- now 18 years old -- receives good news from her aunts (Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick): She's finally received her witch's license. But is a little piece of paper really going to help her choose between Harvey (Nate Richert) and Dashiell (Donald Faison of television's "Scrubs")? As it turns out, the answer is no.

    Directed by:

  • Gary Halvorson
  • Peter Baldwin
  • Robby Benson
  • Gail Mancuso
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Season 4
    rating:3.0

    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Season 4

    1999Runtime:0 minutes
    With her friend Valerie living in Alaska and her nemesis Libby at private school, Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) tries to adjust to her new situation and finds herself contemplating a move to Paris in this enchanting comedy's fourth season. In other developments, Sabrina tutors an apprentice witch; Hilda and Zelda run for cover when their nagging mother comes to visit; and Sabrina loses all self-control when she gets a magic credit card.

    Directed by:

  • David Grossman
  • Gail Mancuso
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Season 5
    rating:3.0

    Sabrina, the Teenage Witch: Season 5

    2000Runtime:0 minutes
    Teen witch Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) leaves her worrywart aunts (Caroline Rhea and Beth Broderick) behind for her first year of college, but that doesn't stop them from keeping tabs on their spellbinding niece in the magical series' fifth year. Meanwhile, Sabrina nurses wounds from losing her first love (Nate Richert), and Josh (David Lascher) woos Morgan Cavanaugh (Elisa Donovan). Soleil Moon Frye joins the cast as one of Sabrina's roommates.

    Directed by:

  • David Grossman
  • Gail Mancuso
  • Anson Williams
  • Brian K. Roberts
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Sexo por Compasion
    rating:3.0

    Sexo por Compasion

    2000Runtime:0 minutes
    Kindhearted Dolores (Elisabeth Margoni) has just lost her husband because she's much too nice -- in bed, that is. Unable to stop her good deeds, which entail sleeping with nearly every man who asks, Dolores becomes notoriously popular in her town. The once-gloomy place has now morphed into one filled with joy, thanks to her "work." But all she wants is to be back with her beloved, who seems curiously immune to her feminine allure.

    Directed by:

  • Laura Mana
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    The Guru
    rating:3.0

    The Guru

    2002Runtime:0 minutes
    &NFb;&NFb_;&NFb;&NFb_;Bollywood mania invades the screen in this wacky romantic comedy starring Marisa Tomei, Heather Graham and Jimi Mistry. When an Indian dancer (Mistry) decides he wants to become an actor, he heads for New York City and the lights of Broadway. Instead, he becomes a waiter. But when he's mistaken for a sex guru, he hits it big and must choose between fame and his burgeoning love for Sharonna (Graham), a porn star with a heart of gold.

    Directed by:

  • Daisy Von Scherler Mayer
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Look Who's Talking Too
    rating:3.0

    Look Who's Talking Too

    1990Runtime:0 minutes
    Mollie (Kirstie Alley), James (John Travolta) and Mikey return for more baby time in this hilarious sequel -- and now, they've added a new baby girl named Julie to the mix. Although James and Mollie love their burgeoning family, things become stressful when the kids start to fight, Mikey resists potty training and Mollie's brother, Stuart, decides to move in.

    Directed by:

  • Amy Heckerling
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    New York, I Love You
    rating:3.0

    New York, I Love You

    2008Runtime:0 minutes
    In the city that never sleeps, love abounds 24/7. At the café, in the park, on the subway, on the corner, you never know where love will find you. Some of the greatest directors present an all-star cast!

    Directed by:

  • Yvan Attal
  • Allen Hughes
  • Natalie Portman
  • Shekhar Kapur
  • Joshua Marston
  • Shunji Iwai
  • Fatih Akin
  • Mira Nair
  • Brett Ratner
  • Wen Jiang
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Girlfriends: Season 4
    rating:3.0

    Girlfriends: Season 4

    2003Runtime:0 minutes
    Facing life's tough issues together, girlfriends Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross), Toni (Jill Marie Jones), Maya (Golden Brooks), Lynn (Persia White) rely on one another for hearty support and a dose of laughter in Season 4 of the Emmy-nominated sitcom. While Joan makes a tough choice about her love relationship, Toni's marriage falters, and William (Reginald C. Hayes) realizes he has feelings for Joan.

    Directed by:

  • Leonard R. Garner Jr.
  • Sheldon Epps
  • Katy Garretson
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Girlfriends: Season 6
    rating:3.0

    Girlfriends: Season 6

    2005Runtime:0 minutes
    The sixth season of this Emmy-nominated sitcom sees the girls returning for a new round of relationship trials and triumphs, including Maya (Golden Brooks) and Darnell's (Khalil Kain) marriage and Lynn's (Persia White) tumultuous affair with a lesbian. Love, money, career: Modern life in L.A. may not be simple, but with a little support and straight talk from one another, these four girlfriends will find a way through.

    Directed by:

  • Gina Prince-Bythewood
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Girlfriends: Season 7
    rating:3.0

    Girlfriends: Season 7

    2006Runtime:0 minutes
    This long-running comedy returns for a fresh new season in which Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross) tries to recapture the old magic by making amends with the girlfriends, and Lynn (Persia White) pursues her music career in earnest. Meanwhile, Monica (Keesha Sharp) and William's (Reginald C. Hayes) relationship isn't all that it seems, and Monica is caught in the middle between the feuding friends. Is the special bond between these women dissolving?

    Directed by:

  • Salim Akil
  • Mary Lou Belli
  • Debbie Allen
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Girlfriends: Season 8
    rating:3.0

    Girlfriends: Season 8

    2007Runtime:0 minutes
    The friendship is back and stronger than ever in the eighth season of this award-winning series. This year, Lynn (Persia White) faces a tough decision while pursuing her music career, Maya (Golden Brooks) struggles through pregnancy and the writing of her second book, Monica (Keesha Sharp) experiences marriage woes, and Joan (Tracee Ellis Ross) tries to cope with Aaron's (Richard T. Jones) deployment to Iraq. Erykah Badu guest stars as herself.

    Directed by:

  • Salim Akil
  • Mary Lou Belli
  • Debbie Allen
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    The Extra Man
    rating:3.0

    The Extra Man

    2010Runtime:0 minutes
    Forced to quit his prep school job after a humiliating incident, would-be dramatist Louis Ives (Paul Dano) heads to New York City, where he rents a room from has-been playwright Henry Harrison (Kevin Kline) -- who earns a living escorting rich dowagers about town. Despite their huge age difference, the two develop a bond as Henry takes Louis under his wing and leads him on a series of wild adventures. Katie Holmes and John C. Reilly also star.

    Directed by:

  • Shari Springer Berman
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Gilmore Girls: Season 7
    rating:3.0

    Gilmore Girls: Season 7

    2006Runtime:0 minutes
    Armed with their witty rejoinders and obscure pop culture references, mother-and-daughter Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) are back to take on more of life's pleasures and pains in the seventh season of this inspired dramatic comedy. The final season of this beloved series known for its witty, fast-paced dialogue finds Rory graduating Yale, Lane giving birth to twins, and Lorelai finally getting hitched ... but to whom?

    Directed by:

  • Lee Shallat Chemel
  • Bethany Rooney
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Back to You: Season 1
    rating:3.0

    Back to You: Season 1

    2007Runtime:0 minutes
    After a public humiliation, successful TV newsman Chuck Darling (Kelsey Grammer) returns to Pittsburgh, where he must team up once again with his former co-anchor Kelly Carr (Patricia Heaton). Back in the 1990s, they shared plenty of on-screen chemistry … and off-screen animosity. Refereeing their catty reunion is overworked news director Ryan Church (Josh Gad). Fred Willard, Ty Burrell and Laura Marano also co-star.

    Directed by:

  • Laura Marano
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Reba: Season 2
    rating:3.0

    Reba: Season 2

    2002Runtime:0 minutes
    Country music sweetheart Reba McEntire continues to prove she has the acting chops to take on anything she sets her mind to, including situational comedy, with this collection of episodes from the second season of her hit show. This time around, Reba tries to keep order by setting house rules; hosts a party for son Jake; attempts to entrust her kids to the big, bad world of dating; channels Joan Crawford; and more.

    Directed by:

  • Will Mackenzie
  • Gail Mancuso
  • Katy Garretson
  • Jack Kenny
  • rating:3.0 3.0 Average Rating

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    Now and Then
    rating:3.8

    Now and Then

    1995Runtime:0 minutes
    Waxing nostalgic about the bittersweet passage from childhood to puberty in this tender coming-of-age tale, four childhood girlfriends -- Teeny, Chrissy, Samantha and Roberta -- recall the magical summer of 1970. During their walk down memory lane, they reconcile experiences with boys, secrets, bullies and more. Lesli Linka Glatter directs; Gaby Hoffmann, Ashleigh Aston Moore, Cloris Leachman, Thora Birch and Christina Ricci co-star.

    Directed by:

  • Lesli Linka Glatter
  • rating:3.8 3.8 Average Rating

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    Now and Then (1995)
    A heartwarming movie about four childhood girlfriends who, in adulthood reunion, relive their experience of the life-changing summer of 1970, including a mystery death, divorce, standing up to the boys, first kiss, and the meaning of true friendship. Each explores her unique identity amidst family and friends. Beautifully directed by Lesli Linka Glatter.
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