Home for the Holidays is a 1995 comedy-drama movie directed by Jodie Foster. It tells the story of an unhappy family who are getting together for the Thanksgiving holidays. The comedy scene of the Thanksgiving dinner took more than ten days to make. In all, 64 turkeys, 20 pounds of mashed potatoes, 35 pounds of stuffing, 44 pies, 30 pounds of sweet potatoes, 18 bags of mini-marshmallows and 50 gallons of fake wine were used. Foster let Robert Downey Jr. improvise some of his role instead of using a script. This got him excited about making movies again. He had been unhappy and tired of act ...
ⓘ 1990s LGBT movies
- an Academy Award in 1995. Strawberry and Chocolate on IMDb This short article about movies can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it.
- fight is symbolic of love - making. When it was released, some critics and LGBT activists were angry that the lesbian part of the story had been glossed
- 1999 American LGBT - based romantic teen comedy - drama movie. The movie stars Natasha Lyonne as a high school cheerleader who thinks she s straight. But
- Wallflower is a 2012 American drama movie. This movie is about issues of LGBT partner dances and child abuse. Logan Lerman plays Charlie Kelmeckis. Emma
- movies He is openly gay and is a prominent activist for the rights of LGBT people. He said that the reason why he took the role in the X - Men movies was
- discuss controversial usually far left political issues such as bigotry, LGBT community issues, feminism, militant atheism, and veganism. Although the
- movie historian who was known for hosting the Turner Classic Movies channel from the 1990s until his retirement in early 2016. Osborne was born on May
- Brooklyn on IMDb Last Exit to Brooklyn at Rotten Tomatoes This short article about movies can be made longer. You can help Wikipedia by adding to it.
- Harrison Ford. As Heche was beginning to establish herself in movies during the late 1990s her career was negatively affected by her highly publicized
- performances, some of which were ballets, and some were plays. Cocteau s movies most of which he both wrote and directed, were particularly important
The Adjuster is a 1991 Canadian drama movie directed by Atom Egoyan and starring Elias Koteas, Arsinee Khanjian, Maury Chaykin, Gabrielle Rose, Jennifer Dale, David Hemblen, Jacqueline Samuda, Gerard Parkes. It was distributed by Orion Pictures.
Switch is a 1991 American fantasy comedy movie directed by Blake Edwards and is the second adaption of the 1959 play Goodbye Charlie by George Axelrod. It stars Ellen Barkin, Jimmy Smits, JoBeth Williams, Lorraine Bracco, Tony Roberts, Perry King, Lysette Anthony, Bruce Payne, Victoria Mahoney, Kevin Kliner, Tea Leoni and was distributed by Warner Bros.