- Directors: Gary Winick
- Producers: Caroline Kaplan, Ellen Barkin, Mark Canton
- Writers: Screenplay, Jose Rivera, Screenplay, Tim Sullivan
- Genres: Drama, Romance
- Actors: Amanda Seyfried, Chris Egan, Vanessa Redgrave, and Franco Nero
When a young American girl, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) travels to the city of Verona, Italy home of the star-crossed lovers of Juliet Capulet and Romeo Montague fame, she finds an unanswered “letter to Juliet”, one of thousands of letters left at the fictional lover’s Verona courtyard. She inspires its author, Claire (Vanessa Redgrave) to search for her long-lost love which sets off a chain of events that will bring a love into both their lives unlike anything they have ever imagined.
- Directors: Gary Winick
- Producers: Kate Hudson, Matt Luber, Alan Riche, Peter Riche, Julie Yorn
- Writers: Greg DePaul, June Raphael, Casey Wilson, Karen McCullah Lutz, Kirsten Smith
- Genres: Comedy, Romance
- Actors: Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway, Candice Bergen, Chris Pratt, Bryan Greenberg, Steve Howey, Kristen Johnston
Emma (Anne Hathaway) and Liv (Kate Hudson) are best friends who have planned every detail of their weddings since childhood. At the top of their bridal “must have” list: a ceremony at New York’s ultimate bridal destination, the Plaza Hotel. Now, at age 26, they’re both about to get married, they’re about to realize their dreams, and they’re about to live happily ever after. Or maybe not. When a clerical error causes a clash in wedding dates–they’re now to be married on the same day!–Liv, Emma and their lifelong friendship are put to the ultimate test. Liv, a successful lawyer who is used to getting what she wants, including the perfect job and the perfect man, won’t settle for anything less than the perfect wedding she has dreamed of for years. Emma, a schoolteacher who has always been good at taking care of others, but not so much in looking after herself, discovers her inner Bridezilla and comes out swinging when her own dream wedding is imperiled. Now, the two best friends who’d do anything for each other find themselves in a no-holds-barred, take-no-prisoners struggle that threatens to erupt into all-out war. The girls both attempt to “sabotage” the other’s wedding, including Liv making Emma’s tan go bright red, and Emma sending Liv a “treat” of chocolate cookies in order to make her fat,so she can’t fit inside her dress, showing up at one’s bachelorette party and dancing suggestively with male strippers, dying one’s hair blue, which ends up ruining their relationship. These shenanigans go on, then when the wedding day comes, Liv earlier gave her assistant a DVD of Emma dancing drunkenly during a Spring Break bash, but gave him the original DVD and told him to change it back, because she was finished with the fighting. He ends up ignoring her request saying, “You’ll thank me one day.” The DVD shows up at Emma’s wedding as she walks down the aisle, making Emma angrily storm into Liv’s wedding and tackle Liv. Liv bursts into tears and apologizes for ruining Emma’s big day. Emma’s boyfriend announces that Emma isn’t the girl he thought he was marrying. Emma then tells him that he is in love with the Emma he met 10 years ago, not the Emma that she is now. She realizes that the guy she was going to marry isn’t the right guy for her, and calls off the wedding. They share a hug as she takes off the ring, and he walks out of the hall. Emma and Liv make up and the wedding is restarted, this time having Emma give away Liv. During the wedding dance after Liv gets married, Emma is asked to dance by Nate (Bryan Greenberg), Liv’s brother, and the two hit it off. As the film ends, Liv and Emma catch up about a year later: Emma is now married to Nate and the past is forgotten. Both ladies announce that they are pregnant, and they learn that both babies are due on the same day. This time instead of arguing, both women rejoice at being parents for the first time.
- Directors: Richard Linklater
- Producers: Gary Winick, Anne Walker Mcbay, Alexis Alexanian
- Writers: Stephen Belber
- Genres: Drama
- Actors: Ethan Hawke, Robert Sean Leonard, Uma Thurman
In a motel room in Lansing, Michigan. Vince (Hawke), a drug dealer/volunteer firefighter, is in town to support his old high school friend’s entry into the Lansing film festival.
His friend, documentary filmmaker Jon Salter (Leonard), joins Vince in his motel room and the two begin to reminisce about their high school years. They get on the subject of Amy (Thurman), Vince’s former girlfriend. It appears that, while they dated for some time, Vince and Amy never had sex. However, after their relationship had ended, Amy slept with Jon.
Vince claims Amy had told him that Jon had raped her. Vince becomes obsessed with, and eventually succeeds in getting a verbal confession from Jon about, the alleged rape. Immediately after Jon’s admission, Vince pulls out a hidden tape recorder that had been recording their whole conversation, much to Jon’s horror. Vince then tells Jon that he has invited Amy to dinner, and that she will be arriving shortly.
Eventually Amy does arrive and, even though all three of them feel awkward, they begin to talk. Amy explains that she is now an assistant district attorney in the Lansing Justice Department. Eventually the three discuss what actually happened between Jon and Amy that night at the party.
Amy reveals that she didn’t really call the police, and leaves.