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I Love You, Man is a 2009 American comedy film originally titled Let's be Friends and written by Larry Levin before John Hamburg rewrote and directed the film. It stars Paul Rudd, Jason Segel, and Rashida Jones.
The film was released theatrically in North America on March 20, 2009, to mostly positive reviews and took second spot in the box office during its opening week (to Knowing). The film was released on home video on August 11, 2009.
Peter Klaven, a real estate agent, just got engaged to longtime girlfriend Zooey Rice. Zooey is ecstatic about the engagement and calls her friends to tell them about it, but Peter does not seem to have any friends he'd like to share the good news with. While visiting his parents, it comes out that Peter is more adept at getting along with women, instead of having any male friends. After overhearing Zooey's friends voice their concerns over the matter, Peter realizes he needs to find male friends in order to have a best man for his wedding.
Peter attempts to go on "man dates" with several men, which all end in failure, due to his general lack of knowledge as regards to "being a man". He even joins Denise's husband, Barry, and his friends for his
Twisted is a 2004 American thriller film written by Sarah Thorp and directed by Philip Kaufman. It stars Ashley Judd, Samuel L. Jackson and Andy García. The film is set in San Francisco, California.
Having solved a high profile case involving a serial killer, Jessica Shepard (Ashley Judd) is a rising officer in the San Francisco Police Department. She is transferred to the Homicide division and promoted to the rank of Inspector. Her deceased father's former partner, John Mills (Samuel L. Jackson), serves as her proud mentor. The recently promoted Jessica finds that she might once again have to prove herself in a department that takes no prisoners.
When one of her former one night stands is murdered, she and her new partner, Mike Delmarco (Andy García), are assigned to the case. Shepard, who also has a drinking problem, soon falls under suspicion. Three more murders follow, all of whom have had relationships with her.
Shepard begins to experience a mental breakdown, blacking out for increasingly long periods of time. Her father, a police patrolman, had gone on a killing spree back in the 1970s and then murdered her mother. She begins to fear that she has the same violent tendencies
Very Bad Things is a 1998 black comedy directed by Peter Berg, based on the book by Gene Brewer. It stars Jon Favreau, Cameron Diaz, Christian Slater, Jeremy Piven, Daniel Stern, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Leland Orser.
Kyle Fisher (Jon Favreau), days away from his wedding, welcomes his bachelor party weekend as a chance to break free from his Bridezilla fiancée Laura (Cameron Diaz). Along with his best friend Charles (Leland Orser), his friends Michael (Jeremy Piven) and Boyd (Christian Slater) and Michael’s brother Adam (Daniel Stern), they celebrate in a Las Vegas penthouse - complete with drinking, drugs and a stripper/prostitute named Tina (Kobe Tai).
However, trouble begins when Michael has raucous sex with Tina in the bathroom. He slams her against a wall, accidentally putting a towel hook through her head and killing her instantly before he ejaculates in her. When a security guard finds her body, he is killed by Boyd. Boyd takes charge of the group and devises a plan to dispose of the bodies by burying them in the desert. Everyone grudgingly goes through with the plan, but soon guilt and nerves begin to destroy the group.
Upon returning from Las Vegas, during Kyle and Laura's