The House of Yes

The House of Yes

This is a great movie! Its about a mentally unstable woman (Parker Posey), who has been obsessed with Jackie Onassis since her youth. In order to placate her, her twin brother played along as JFK throughout their childhood. Now, the brother is back home for the holidays and he's brought his fiance. Sis is NOT happy and slips further and further into her delusion.

  • You can personalize this wall hanging/notebook with any words - lyrics or songs or poems or quotes. Makes a great gift!

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  • A troubled, illegitimate young soldier (Gael Garcia Bernal) returns home to search for his father (John Hurt) who is now a pious evangelical preacher with a family. Boy does the sh*t really hit the fan in this one! I don't want to... A troubled, illegitimate young soldier (Gael Garcia Bernal) returns home to search for his father (John Hurt) who is now a pious evangelical preacher with a family. Boy does the sh*t really hit the fan in this one! I don't want to spoil it, but its quite disturbing. (Also starring Paul Dano of Little Miss Sunshine and There Will be Blood)

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  • I'll bet you've never heard of this movie! It was one of 2005's most critically acclaimed films, and won the Camera D'or for Best First Film at Cannes. Say if Diablo Cody had not only written Juno, but directed and starred in ... I'll bet you've never heard of this movie! It was one of 2005's most critically acclaimed films, and won the Camera D'or for Best First Film at Cannes. Say if Diablo Cody had not only written Juno, but directed and starred in it as well, you'd be coming close to Me and You and Everyone We Know territory. Miranda July, who wrote, directed and stars as Christine, who falls in love with Richard (John Hawkes), a divorcing father and shoe salesman. How do hopeless people fall in love when they're hopeless? Watch this and find out. It's quietly confident, sunny, sweet and quirky, much in the vein of Juno but without the insanely hip dialogue. It's sweet central love story is tempered by some very audacious moments involving sex, but it's got so much charm it's hardly offensive enough to matter. Oh and ))<>((.

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