The talking trucks and autos return for another go-round the track in this Pixar sequel starring Owen Wilson as the voice of racecar Lightning McQueen, who heads to Europe with his tow-truck pal Mater (voice of Larry the Cable Guy) to compete in the World Grand Prix.
The talking trucks and autos return for another go-round the track in this Pixar sequel starring Owen Wilson as the voice of racecar Lightning McQueen, who heads to Europe with his tow-truck pal Mater (voice of Larry the Cable Guy) to compete in the World Grand Prix. But both go off track after they unintentionally fall into a web of international intrigue. Michael Caine and Emily Mortimer supply the voices of the spies mistakenly pulling the clueless Mater into their world of lies and deceit.
CONAN O'BRIEN CAN'T STOP
Filmmaker Rodman Flender tags along as the longtime talk show host embarks on a 32-city trek across North America last spring and summer with his "Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television Tour." Expect lots of laughs, good music and some fascinating insights into the comedian’s workaholic psyche.
THE LAST MOUNTAIN
You might have caught Robert F. Kennedy Jr. making the rounds on TV this past spring promoting this documentary by Bill Haney about the clash between environmentalists (like Kennedy) and Big Coal over the desecration of a West Virginia mountain by dynamiting the top off of it.
Cameron Diaz (don’t hate her for her choice in boyfriends) chews up scenery and the classroom as a foul-mouthed junior high teacher looking to sink her fangs into an overmatched but wealthy coworker played by Justin Timberlake.
This documentary by Lilian Franck and Robert Cibis provides a humorous and suspenseful peek into the heated clash of wills between world-renowned pianists and Stefan Knüpfer, a genius piano craftsman with Steinway & Sons, as they search for the perfect sound.
Buck Brannaman, the real-life inspiration for Robert Redford’s “The Horse Whisper,” gets his own movie in this documentary by fashion designer-turned-filmmaker Cindy Meehl, who chronicles the master horseman’s rise from abused child to hugely successful equine – and human – psychologist.
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