Last updated January 17, 2021
When professors at MIT discover that an aimless janitor working at the university is also a math genius, a therapist helps the young man confront the demons that are holding him back in this uplifting drama about friendship and risk.
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Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni hit the streets of New York for a ninth season as detectives Olivia Benson and Elliot Stabler in this Emmy Award-winning police procedural that draws its inspiration from real-life criminal cases. Cynthia Nixon guest stars as a mother with a dissociative personality disorder, while Robin Williams makes a memorable turn on the show's 200th episode as a troubled man who rejects authority.
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Brilliant, mysterious singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson cut an indefinable path across the 1960s pop-cultural landscape, garnering such fans as John Lennon and Randy Newman. This discerning documentary lays bare the vast extent of Nilsson's influence.
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In this documentary, filmmaker Sarah Townsend chronicles the winding path that cross-dressing British comic Eddie Izzard has taken on his journey from showbiz obscurity to the heights of international stardom on the stage and silver screen. Interspersed with revealing personal moments, home movies and plenty of performance clips, Izzard himself reflects on the relentless determination that has seen him through the up and downs of his career.
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When physician Chris Nielson dies in a car accident and goes to heaven, his distraught wife commits suicide and ends up in hell. Risking eternal damnation, Nielson leaves paradise and embarks on an epic journey to save his spouse from Hades.
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Comedian Lenny Bruce's legacy provides the backdrop for this documentary examining the present-day stranglehold on creative freedom. Top comics discuss an America 45 years after Bruce's death, where his trailblazing act would still spark controversy.
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In the wake of a personal tragedy, a Hollywood psychiatrist to the stars devolves into a slovenly pothead and worries he's incapable of helping his patients. An array of real-life stars fills the couch as the shrink's brood of showbiz clientele.
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In 1972, the Taft High School football team challenged its archrival in a game to end all games -- and might have won if Jack "Butterfingers" Dundee (Robin Williams) hadn't dropped the ball. Still haunted years later, Jack cooks up a rematch to settle old scores. His old friend and quarterback (Kurt Russell) agrees to go along with the harebrained plan, but winning will be an uphill battle. Roger Spottiswoode directs this sports comedy.
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Comedy godfather Jonathan Winters stars as himself in this riotous spoof of his obsession with being a serious painter. Plenty of Winters's famous friends try to help -- but the theft of his favorite painting threatens to derail his ambitions.
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After his son dies in an awkward freak accident, high school poetry teacher Lance ghostwrites a suicide note to spare the family embarrassment. But when the note becomes an unexpected hit, Lance sees a chance to resurrect his writing career.
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Financially strapped travel agent Paul is kicking himself for forgetting to cash in his missing brother's insurance policy, but his sprits soar when he finds a spare frozen body. The only problem is, two hit men are desperately looking for it.
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Comedy writer Bruce Vilanch -- an outsize talent if ever there was one -- is the subject of a scintillating documentary that asks the question: Are comics naturally funny? In Bruce's case, it's a resounding "Yes." Vilanch has written socko material for "Hollywood Squares" and the Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy awards shows, as well as one-liners for Bette Midler and Whoopi Goldberg, among others. When in trouble, celebrities just say, "Get Bruce!"
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Robin Williams stars as Leslie Zevo, a fun-loving inventor who must save his late father's toy factory from his evil uncle, Leland (Michael Gambon), a war-mongering general who rules the operation with an iron fist and builds weapons disguised as toys. LL Cool J and Joan Cusack co-star in Barry Levinson's loopy comedy, which received a Razzie nomination for worst director but two Oscar nods for Best Costume Design and Art Direction.
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