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The first comprehensive documentary of Charles Bukowski (1920-1994) and while longtime fans will find confirmation of the Bukowski they’d always imagined, there are plenty of surprises in store. The film traces his extraordinary life, from an abusive childhood through decades of poverty and alcoholism; numerous menial jobs and turbulent relationships; through 14 years as a postal employee; and his eventual international celebrity as a poet, novelist and underground cult icon. In his lifetime, Bukowski became most widely known as the screenwriter and real-life model for Barfly, the feature film based on his early life.
Starring Charles Bukowski, Bono, Sean Penn, Harry Dean Stanton, Tom Waits
Running Time - 2:10
Genre - Documentary
R for violence and language
A cab driver in New York discovers his all-night fare is a hired assassin making his rounds.
Starring Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Javier Bardem
Running Time - 1:56
Genre - Action
Little Black Book
PG-13 for sexual content/humor and language
When her boyfriend leaves town on a trip, television producer Stacy raids his Palm Pilot and interviews all of his past girlfriends. The prying leads to public humiliation, though, when Stacy's friend puts all the prying on live television.
Starring Brittany Murphy, Jason Antoon, Holly Hunter, Vivian Bang, Kathy Bates
Running Time - 1:45
Genre - Comedy