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T.rex: Inside

This is the critical guide to the music of Marc Bolan and T-Rex from the heady days of Ride A White Swan through to the very last recordings and Marc’s tragic death.


Manav, the young and brilliant son of an NRI billionaire comes to Chamba and finds himself totally bewitched by the beauty of Mansi, a gifted folk singer and dancer of Chamba. Manav and Mansi fall in love and commit themselves to each other, but when Mansi and her highly respected folk-singer father visit Manav's family in Mumbai, they are insulted and humiliated. Disillusioned Mansi takes a vow that she will make something of herself in Manav's world of ruthless materialism. Mansi joins Vikrant, a music composer and head of an large entertainment company.


Sigourney Weaver (HEARTBREAKERS, GALAXY QUEST), John Ritter (SLING BLADE), and Bebe Neuwirth (LIBERTY HEIGHTS, THE FACULTY, TV's CHEERS) lead an outstanding cast of stars in a seductively irreverent coming-of-age comedy that critics absolutely adored. Oscar Grubman (Aaron Stanford -- TV's THIRD WATCH) is no ordinary 15-year-old. He's suave, smart, cultured and has one thing on his mind: older women! But be careful what you wish for, Oscar! When a sexy 40-something friend of the family (Neuwirth) actually takes Oscar up on his infatuation, he suddenly finds himself in way over his head! Winner of the Director's Award and nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival -- you won't believe how the sophisticated fun takes off ... as the romantic complications pile up!


Billy is the self-designated leader of a group of teenagers living in a shelter. Jacob and Rae, Billy's oldest childhood friends, live there as well as part of "the family". Billy has an AIDs-like virus, which he has passed on to his blood brother Jacob. Billy and Rae are boyfriend and girlfriend, much to the dismay of Jacob who has always loved Rae from afar. Billy's philosophy of life, and how that interfaces with having a deadly virus, comes to a head when Billy and Jacob compete in a very unique game of "Tag", with the future of Rae and "the family" dependent upon the outcome.

Tahaan: A Boy With A Grenade

A boy refuses to be separated from his best friend despite his family's poverty in this drama from filmmaker Santosh Swan. Tahaan (Purav Bhandare) is an eight-year-old boy living in rural India. Tahaan's father disappeared when he was five, and his mother (Sarika) cannot speak, so the family struggles to make ends meet on the pension his grandfather (Victor Banerjee) receives and the meager income his older sister can earn. The family's dire circumstances aren't helped by the fact they're deep in debt to a neighborhood loan shark (Rahul Khanna). One of the few joys in Tahaan's life is his pet donkey Birbal, who he dotes on; when grandfather dies, the family is forced to sell nearly everything of value that they own in order to pay their debts, including Birbal. However, Tahaan is determined to get his beloved donkey back, and he hatches a clever plan that includes making friends with the animal dealer who bought him (Anupam Kher). Tahaan: A Boy With A Grenade received its North American premiere at the 2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival.

Tail Lights Fade

Others accompany a young woman on a cross-country race to destroy evidence that might send her brother to jail.



Take A Hard Ride

While on a cattle drive, boss Dana Andrews dies, leaving his loyal friend Jim Brown to guard the profits. A chase ensues.

Take Aim At Police Van

At the beginning of Seijun Suzuki’s taut and twisty whodunit, a prison truck is attacked and a convict inside murdered. The penitentiary guard on duty, Daijiro (Michitaro Mizushima), is accused of negligence and suspended, only to take it upon himself to track down the killers.

Take Me Home

Unlicensed NYC cab driver Thom Colvin (Sam Jaeger from NBC's "Parenthood") isn't having a good day. Fortunately for him, neither is Claire. With her life in ruins, Claire hails Thom's cab and asks him to take her to see her estranged California. When the journey goes awry, the two are forced to choose between the past and the future. Starring Sam Jaeger, Amber Jaeger, Victor Garber and Bree Turner.

Take Shelter

Take Shelter is a 2011 drama film starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain. Plagued by a series of apocalyptic visions, a young husband and father questions whether to shelter his family from a coming storm, or from himself.