Moody suspenser about a former L.A. cop who leaves the rigors of the city for a police beat in the country. He's soon involved with catching a serial killer whose targets are blind women, and holding the secret to the case may be a beautiful sightless woman. Andy Garcia, Uma Thurman, John Malkovich and Lance Henriksen star.
Gerard Depardieu stars as a penniless Prince in 1671 France. Trying to impress the King he invites him and his mistress, Uma Thurman, to visit so he can become a General. Somehow he gets the Kings mistress to fall for him behind the kings back. Uma does have a topless scene as she is trying to get dressed and also has a tit pop out as she runs trying not to be caught by the King but the scenes are pretty dark. In HD!
Monty Python animator Terry Gilliam goes the fantasyland distance in this journey to the moon, to the inside of a whale and back again with a Baron in search of his old comrades-in-arms. Although it's not the crowd-pleaser Gilliam's Time Bandits was, this highly imaginative, fun-loving story still entertains all ages. Look for Robin Williams playing the Moon King and Uma Thurman as Botticelli's inspiration for Venus. This is an entertaining film that is reminiscent in many ways of "Time Bandits." As others have mentioned, the visual appeal of the film is extremely great. I can see why several mentioned that the film seemed excellent on a second viewing: the Baron is an unfamiliar character to most Americans and it takes a while to get to know him. Those who already know the Baron Munchausen tales will be charmed immediately.
Stephen Frears' gorgeous costumer set in 18th-century France follows a carnal wager proposed by aristocratic seducers Glenn Close and John Malkovich. Among the victims of this sexual gamesmanship are Michelle Pfeiffer and Uma Thurman as a virtuous wife and wife-to-be targeted for corruption by Malkovich, and Keanu Reeves as Close's lover. Also starring Valerie Gogan and Laura Benson. Now in HD!
As the 15th anniversary of a tragic high school shooting approaches, Diana (Uma Thurman) flashes back to a time when her teenage self (Evan Rachel Wood) and best friend, Maureen (Eva Amurri), dreamed of leaving their small town. As she relives the events surrounding the tragedy, drifting between past and present, Diana wonders if she can live with the choice she made that changed their lives forever. Now in HD!
This 1988 comedy is about a high school football quarterback that is being recruited by a few major colleges and is given the royal treatment by Alumni to attend their school. The royal treatment includes strip clubs, booze, and a college presidents wife! It stars Michael Anthony Hall, Uma Thurman, and Robert Downey Jr. In HD!
In 1931 Paris, Anais Nin meets Henry Miller and his wife June. Intrigued by them both, she begins expanding her sexual horizons with her husband Hugo as well as with Henry and others. June shuttles between Paris and New York trying to find acting jobs while Henry works on his first major work, "Tropic of Cancer," a pseudo-biography of June. Anais and Hugo help finance the book, but June is displeased with Henry's portrayal of her, and Anais and Henry have many arguments about their styles of writing on a backdrop of a Bohemian lifestyle in Paris.
Stephen Frears' gorgeous costumer set in 18th-century France follows a carnal wager proposed by aristocratic seducers Glenn Close and John Malkovich. Among the victims of this sexual gamesmanship are Michelle Pfeiffer and Uma Thurman as a virtuous wife and wife-to-be targeted for corruption by Malkovich, and Keanu Reeves as Close's lover. Also starring Valerie Gogan and Laura Benson.
Gus Van Sant attempted to bring Tom Robbins' 70s tale to the big screen but the finished product failed to score with audiences or the critics. It certainly couldn't have been a cast that included Uma Thurman, Sean Young, Lorraine Bracco, John Hurt, Angie Dickinson, Keanu Reeves, Rain Phoenix, Crispin Glover and Pat "Mr. Miyagi" Morita. It certainly couldn't have been a lack of nudity, because Lorraine and Rain go full frontal! Whatever the reason, nudophiles will not be disappointed!
Stewart McBain (Dabney Coleman) is a real estate mogul who demolishes old buildings and erects new ones in their stead. It's business as usual for a new subdivision until a group starts protesting the imminent destruction of a building at the site. McBain soon appears on TV (in a bad light, of course) and is ridiculed by his children. As payback, he drops them off at the condemned building with $750 apiece and tells them they're on their own. Also starring Uma Thurman, Suzy Amis, Emma Woollard, Sheila Kelley, Joanna Cassidy.
Manhattan psychiatrist Meryl Streep is happy when one of her clients, mid-'30s divorcee Uma Thurman, announces she's in a relationship. But when she learns that Thurman's new younger man is Streep's son, 23-year-old artist Bryan Greenberg, the therapist faces professional and personal crises of comical proportions, in this witty romantic romp. Also features supermodel and Victoria Secret catalog girl Mini Anden in a small role. 106 min.