Kevin Asch's followup to "Holy Rollers" portrays another New York subculture: Long Island trustafarians. Set in the 2000s, the movie's backdrop is the country's looming financial crisis.
Writer/director Paul Mazursky, who died on June 30 at 84, made a huge impact early in his career, co-writing "I Love You, Alice B. Toklas" and directing "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice."
Mike Myers tells the story of nice-guy Hollywood music manager Shep Gordon, who represented everyone from Alice Cooper to Teddy Pendergrass in the '70s and '80s.
There's no stopping Seth MacFarlane. The creator of "Family Guy" and director of "Ted" goes center stage for his first starring movie role in the Western farce, "A Million Ways to Die in the West."
"Don Peyote" should really be called "Dan Peyote" because it's a about a crazed stoner played by Dan Fogler, the actor I first saw and fell in love with in "Balls of Fury."