You Think I'm Crazy?
Our Time Is Up
Ever wonder what your therapist really thinks? When a psychiatrist learns he has six weeks to live, he decides to change the therapy method with his patients, and recieves hilarious results. The 2006 Academy Award nominated film was written and directed by Rob Pearlstein in his parents' house. Principal cast: Kevin Pollack (The Usual Suspects), Johnny Messner (The O.C.), Jorge Garcia (Lost), Vivian Bang, Kathryn Winnick and Rick Hoffman.
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One Too Many
Utterly useless lay-abouts Joaquim and his son find they can't cope on their own when "mom" dumps both their lazy butts and leaves them for good. Joaquim concocts a devious plan for domestic rescue, becoming perhaps the first man in history to want his mother-in-law to move in with him. But the wily old lady has a trick up her own sleeve. A dead pan comedy written and directed by Borja Cobeaga and nominated for a 2007 Academy Award for best short film. Principal cast: Ramon Barea, Marivi Bilbao and Alejandro Tejeria.
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California Election Watch 2014: The Voter Guide
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