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.

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.

Starring Jason Schwartzman, Adrien Brody and Owen Wilson.

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