Last updated June 01, 2023
The man behind a controversial Internet site dedicated to government and business transparency gets sued when his latest information leak creates disastrous fallout, setting the stage for a decisive showdown between Patty and Ellen.
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Three years after their last uneasy alliance, lawyers Patty Hewes and Ellen Parsons become reluctant allies when Patty files a class action suit against a pharmaceutical giant and Ellen investigates a U.S. military contractor working in Afghanistan.
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Emmy winner Glenn Close is riveting as lawyer extraordinaire Patty Hewes, whose intellect is as boundless as her morals are skimpy. With her devoted colleague, Tom Shayes, and conflicted protégé, Ellen Parsons, Patty rules the New York legal scene.
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Glenn Close returns as ruthless litigator Patty Hewes in this Emmy-winning drama, which follows the lawyer's merciless, win-at-any-cost schemes and her devious attempts to manipulate hotshot young protégé Ellen Parsons.
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This season of the legal thriller finds attorney Ellen Parsons -- once a wide-eyed associate -- hardened into a cynical attorney in her own right. She's out for justice, and she may give her calculating mentor, Patty Hewes, a run for her money.
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This legal drama stars Glenn Close as steely litigator Patty Hewes, head of the revered Hewes & Associates. Dedicated to their work, Patty, protégé Ellen Parsons and senior associate Tom Shayes battle CEO Arthur Frobisher in a class-action suit.
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Famous New Yorkers and the pooches they love are the focus of this refreshingly honest and endearing series of interviews that celebrates the meaningful connections people share with their pups. Gossip columnist Cindy Adams, playwright Edward Albee, designer Isaac Mizrahi, and actors Glenn Close, Edie Falco and Richard Gere are among the many celebs who pay tribute to their beloved canine companions.
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Narrated by Glenn Close, this visually stunning documentary from National Geographic Films explores the lush resources and compelling history of Gabon, a country in west central Africa. The film follows the odyssey of a tenacious local leader who rejected the oil and logging industries as sources of economic growth, instead joining with scientists to create an amazingly vast series of national parks where wildlife -- and ecotourism -- flourish.
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When recently widowed Arvella Whipple pulls up stakes and moves her family from New England to a California gold-rush town, her teenage daughter hates their new home. But with time, she learns to appreciate her frontier environment.
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Dalmatians Pongo and Perdy and their owners are overjoyed by the arrival of 15 puppies. But the evil Cruella De Vil wants to harvest the pups' fur and dognaps the litter. Now, Pongo and Perdy must rally the city's animals to come to their rescue.
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Esteban vows to marry Rosa, a rich man's daughter. But when Rosa dies before he can save enough money to do so, he instead marries her younger sister. Years later, when their daughter falls for a revolutionary, the family is thrown into turmoil.
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When the Japanese overrun Singapore during World War II, many women and children end up in a prison camp. Although they are of different ages, nationalities and backgrounds, the women form a bond as they cope with the brutal behavior of their captors and the lack of food and medical care. Bruce Beresford directs an ensemble that includes Glenn Close, Frances McDormand, Cate Blanchett, Pauline Collins, Jennifer Ehle and Julianna Margulies.
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Fresh off a top-secret training with the Sisters of the Hood, feisty heroine Little Red teams up with intrepid reporter Wolf to investigate the disappearance of Hansel and Gretel in this animated adventure.
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Married Dan Gallagher gives in to the tantalizing flirtations of attractive Alex Forrest, and they embark on a steamy weekend fling. But Dan's passing indiscretion comes back to haunt him as an increasingly unhinged Alex refuses to let go.
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"Cookie" Orcutt (Patricia Neal) -- salt of the earth and cornerstone of her small Southern town -- leaves a terrible void as well as a huge fortune when she dies. So her two estranged, greedy nieces (Glenn Close and Julianne Moore) angle for the estate. Meanwhile, Cookie's man Friday (Charles Dutton) and grandniece (Liv Tyler) attempt to unravel the intrigue surrounding Cookie's fortune. Legendary director Robert Altman helms this ensemble dramedy.
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Having for decades disguised herself as a man while working as a butler in a posh 19th-century Dublin hotel, a woman calling herself Albert Nobbs reconsiders her charade when a handsome painter arrives on the scene.
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Henry is an overworked, underpaid editor for a struggling New York City newspaper who is being wooed by a more stable paper to take a higher-paying position. When his paper gets a hot legal scoop, will Henry stay by his ill editor-in-chief's side?
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When dim-bulb actor Cameron Drake (Matt Dillon) wins an Oscar for playing a gay Marine, he outs his high school drama teacher, Howard Brackett (Kevin Kline), in his acceptance speech. It all comes as a surprise to Howard -- not to mention to his long-suffering fiancée, Emily (Joan Cusack). With his wedding just days away and national media descending on his town, Howard's under the gun to prove just how much of a man he is.
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With her daughters by her bedside, a terminally ill matriarch recounts a passionate and all-consuming romance that took place 50 years in the past yet steered the course and defined the rest of her life.
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Four intersecting tales shed light on the difficult lives of suburbanites. Esther (Glenn Close) nurses her comatose son (Joshua Jackson) while ignoring the rest of the family, and workaholic attorney Jim (Dermot Mulroney) overlooks his wife (Moira Kelly), losing control when he doesn't get an expected promotion. Meanwhile, Annette (Patricia Clarkson) and her family struggle to survive her divorce, and Helen (Mary Kay Place) seeks excitement.
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