Posts Tagged ‘Anne Heche’

CATFIGHT – Trailer

Monday, January 30th, 2017

Here is the trailer from the upcoming film “CATFIGHT” The film is directed by Onur Tukel, starring Sandra Oh, Anne Heche, Alicia Silverstone, Amy Hill, Myra Lucretia Taylor, Ariel Kavoussi, Craig Bierko, Dylan Baker.

CATFIGHT opens in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Cleveland, Seattle, Orlando, Phoenix, Denver, Kansas City (and all digital platforms) on March 3rd

One-time college pals Veronica (Sandra Oh) and Ashley (Anne Heche) run into each other at a party. The women, now in their forties and having not seen each other since school, find that their lives have taken radically different paths. Ashley is barely scraping by as a painter of politically charged canvases, while Veronica is married to a wealthy businessman who’s about to profit hugely off yet another US-led war in the Middle East.
Within minutes of their reunion, a rivalry is revived, old wounds are torn open, and a Manhattan stairwell becomes home to a woman-on-woman brawl the likes of which are seldom seen outside of martial-arts epics. And now the gloves are off. The new feature from writer-director Onur Tukel takes a set-up that in most films would lead to a heartwarming story of female friendship — and uses it instead as the springboard for an outrageously madcap black comedy.

THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID Movie Trailer

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

Here is the trailer from Phase 4’s upcoming film THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID. The movie is directed by Carrie Preston, starring Anne Heche, Marcia DeBonis, Alia Shawkat.

THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID opens in theaters October 19, 2012.

Bebe (Marcia DeBonis) is getting ready for the most romantic encounter of her life, and she needs her best friend Dee Dee (Anne Heche) to cheer her on. Too bad Dee Dee is so cynical about dating that she shows up three hours late only to spew cigarette smoke and bitterness all over the morning coffee. And too bad Clementine, a train wreck of a stranger (Alia Shawkat,) has decided to invade their day with non-stoptalk about her nymphomaniac escapades. Looking to turn the day around, this fearsome threesome embark on a day of misadventure that only New York City can offer. THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID is a quirky and honest look at friendship in the face of adversity, asking one of life’s great questions: why does it always have to be so hard? (That’s what she said.)

RAMPART Film Trailer

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Here the trailer from Millenium Entertainment upcoming film RAMPART. The crime/drama is directed by Oren Moverman starring Woody Harrelson, Robin Wright, Sigourney Weaver, Ice Cube, Ned Beatty, Cynthia Nixon, Anne Heche, Brie Larson.

RAMPART hits theaters November 23rd – One Week Engagement and January 27th – National Release.

At the heart of Oren Moverman’s Rampart is a riveting parable about what happens to a man who refuses to change, even when change is the only thing that can save him. That man is Dave Brown, played by Woody Harrelson as a cop whose personal life is propelled into a dizzying downward spiral when he comes under suspicion for roughing up a suspect. More than just a police officer who plays things fast and loose, Brown exposes the inner workings of a certain type of personality everyone recognizes around them, a personality very much part of American culture, yet not often examined. He is the kind of man inexorably drawn to authority and power, yet seems destined to abuse it; a man who has dreams of being a great masculine hero, yet is beholden to women; who has undeniable charm, yet whose stubborn refusal to take responsibility for his actions becomes a destructive force against family, community and ultimately himself.

In the late 1990s, Brown is a Vietnam vet and precinct cop working in Los Angeles’ notorious Rampart division. He sees himself as dedicated to “doing the people’s dirty work” . . . even if that means purposely crossing the line between right and wrong to maintain his action-hero state of mind . . . and even if it means obstinately following his own amoral code of “street justice.”

But when Dave gets caught on tape crossing the line, suddenly all the things he has ever done and the man he has become come back to haunt him, as the reality that he cannot change, or won’t change, unravels his fate. Director Oren Moverman (The Messenger), who co-wrote thescreenplay with celebrated crime novelist James Ellroy (L.A. Confidential), probes inside Brown’s raw fear, anguish and paranoia as the noose tightens and the ramifications spread through his relationships with two ex-wives who happen to be sisters, with his disconnected young daughters, with an aging mentor dispensing bad advice, and a parade of police investigators and random women. Stripped of all his former pretense — of the machismo, arrogance, prejudice, sexuality, aggression and misanthropy that he has let define him – Dave Brown is left with nothing but the most unsettling question of all: is there anything left to redeem him as a man?