Now Playing on Sundance Channel: L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, THE DARJEELING LIMITED, Tony Scott's DOMINO
This week we’ve got a crime thriller that’s both sexy and surprising; a Sundance Film Festival favorite that’s both witty and bawdy; a Wes Anderson exploration of brotherly love; and a tribute to one of Hollywood’s most successful directors of the past few decades, Tony Scott.
To cap off your Thursday with a thrill, watch L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, a gripping ’50s-set neo-noir tale of corruption, cops and crime.
Starring Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce and Kim Basinger in an Oscar-winning supporting role.
L.A. CONFIDENTIAL Thursday at 10P
From writer-director Don Roos (THE OPPOSITE OF SEX) comes our sexy Hot Summer Nights selection HAPPY ENDINGS, which deftly interweaves the stories of a diverse group of Angelenos.
Featuring a kickin’ ensemble cast including Maggie Gyllenhaal, Lisa Kudrow, Laura Dern, Bobby Cannavale and Steve Coogan.
HAPPY ENDINGS Friday at 8P
In tribute to the late Tony Scott, we’re airing one of his typically gripping, action-packed films: DOMINO, featuring Keira Knightley — wielding a machine gun, no less — alongside fellow bounty hunter Mickey Rourke.
Based on the real story of Domino Harvey, a model-turned-bounty-hunter who died of a drug overdose only a few months before the movie’s release. Have we mentioned yet that it features a gun-wielding, smoking (and smokin’-hot) Keira Knightley?!
DOMINO Sunday at 8P
And finally, a Wes Anderson road-trip movie through India, about three brothers on a mission to find some common ground with one another.