Red Riding Hood

  • Directors: Randal Kleiser
  • Producers: Steve Austin, Jonathan Bogner, David Borg, Nzinga Garvey, Lou Pearlman, Greg McDonald, Stuart E Rawitt, Jack Serino
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  • Genres: Adventure, Family, Musical
  • Actors: Morgan Thompson, Henry Cavill, Debi Mazar, Joey Fatone, Lainie Kazan, Andrea Bowen, Steve Fogel, Ashley Rose Orr, Bob Glouberman, Suzanne Kent, David Kaufman, Cassandra Peterson, Sam Stone, Callie Waterman, Daniel Roebuck

The film stars Australian native and acting newcomer Morgan Thompson as “Red”. Her life is preserved by “The Hunter”, played by Henry Cavill. With cap, cloak, a musket, and noble white steed, “The Hunter” and Baron of this enchanted forest rescues “Red” from the clutches of felonius “Wolf” misdeeds.

Town Creek

  • Directors: Joel Schumacher
  • Producers: Paul Brooks, Tom Lassally, Robyn Meisinger
  • Writers: Dave Kajganich
  • Genres: Drama, Horror, Thriller
  • Actors: Dominic Purcell, Henry Cavill, Michael Fassbender

In 1936, the Wollners, a German family living in rural Town Creek, Maryland, are contacted by the Third Reich to host a visiting scholar, Professor Richard Wirth. In need of money, they accept. Wirth’s grand occult project seals the Wollners off from the rest of the world and makes them players in a horrifying game of survival[5]. After 71 years, in 2007, Evan Marshall’s life has stalled at twenty-five years old. Left without answers after his older brother Victor’s disappearance from a camping trip near Town Creek, he has tried to move on. But when Victor returns one night, very much alive and having escaped his captors, Evan asks no questions – at his brother’s request, he loads their rifles, packs up their boat and follows him back to Town Creek.[6]

Whatever Works

  • Directors: Woody Allen
  • Producers: Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum
  • Writers: Woody Allen
  • Genres: Comedy, Romance
  • Actors: Larry David, Evan Rachel Wood, Henry Cavill, Patricia Clarkson, Ed Begley Jr, Michael McKean

Boris Yelnikoff (Larry David), an eccentric, misanthropic University of Chicago graduate and chess teacher, rants with his friends about politics and anthropology. He breaks the fourth wall and monologues to the audience explaining his life in recent years: A few years ago, he wakes up in the middle of the night with a panic attack and jumps out the window, but lands on a canopy and survives with only a marked limp. He soon divorces his wife and virtually secludes himself from the world, criticizing everyone he meets for not having his level of intellect.

Years pass and Boris comes home one night to find Melodie, a simple-minded 21-year-old woman, (Evan Rachel Wood) lying on his doorstep. He reluctantly lets her in for a meal and soon she tells him her story that she ran away from her conservative Christian family in Mississippi. As she attempts to get to know him, he retaliates with sarcasm and insults. She asks if she can stay the night, which Boris eventually allows. For some time, and despite his friends’ skepticism, Boris allows Melodie to stay with him until she can find a job and support herself. Boris and Melodie soon go to various landmarks of New York City, and Melodie continues to harbor a primarily optimistic view of things, in contrast to Boris’ pessimism. Melodie develops a crush on Boris based on his mentality and intellectual strength despite their 40 year age difference and their varying cultures and intelligence.

Finally, Boris hosts a New Year’s Eve party, at which everyone is seen in their new relationships: Marietta with Kevin and Morgenstern, John with Howard, Melodie with Randy, and finally Boris with Helena. They all kiss and Boris tells the audience that you just have to find all the enjoyment that you can get out because you have to find “whatever works.”