This documentary recounts the tragic story of Donald Crowhurst, the owner of a marine-electronics business, who, in 1968, attempted to go on the first solo, nonstop, round-the-world boat race. While taking on such a momentous task earns Crowhurst a small measure of fame, the actual race turns into a terrible disaster.
|The Hottest State
Actor Ethan Hawke directs his own feature-film adaptation of his novel. William (Mark Webber) is an actor who meets and falls for a beautiful songwriter, Sara (Catalina Sandino Moreno), which takes him on a journey around the U.S. and to Mexico to win her heart.
|Dan in Real Life
Dan Burns (Steve Carell) is recently widowed but would like to get back into the dating game. Unfortunately, the first woman he falls for is his brother's girlfriend.
|Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
In his fifth year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) is now 15 years old and preparing for the Ordinary Wizarding Levels examinations after a long summer away from school. He's also recruited by a secret organization to prepare for the eventual return of the epitome of evil, Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). Although the group busies itself behind the scenes, no other Wizard believes Harry and Dumbledore's (Michael Gambon) dire warnings, forcing a new Witch (Imelda Staunton) to assume control of the magical school.
|My Kid Could Paint That
This documentary examines the controversy surrounding Marla Olmstead, a 4-year-old whose paintings have rocked the art world. While some compare her abstract style to Picasso and have paid hundreds of thousands of dollars for them, others believe her work is an elaborate ruse perpetrated by her parents.
|Resurrecting the Champ
Erik Kernan (Josh Hartnett) is a sports writer and a good samaritan when he saves a homeless guy from getting pummeled by out-of-control college kids. However, the old, destitute dude maybe could have handled himself — but only in his early days, when he was known as Champ, the nickname of boxing legend Bob Satterfield (Samuel L. Jackson). Although the Champ's story has largely been forgotten, Erik hopes to restore the old man's reputation as one of the greatest fighters of all time.
|Hannah Takes the Stairs
Hannah's (Greta Gerwig) first job out of college is at a Chicago production company where she also happens to meet two very cute, friendly guys (Kent Osborne, Andrew Bujalski). The three form a strong friendship, but Hannah isn't sure what she should do when she starts to develop a crush on one of them.
|No Country for Old Men
Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) stumbles across a pickup truck surrounded by several corpses and filled with heroin and two million dollars in cash, which he promptly takes off with. However, attempting to retrieve the stolen booty are the proper owners of the drugs and money, who are none too pleased, including a psychotic killer (Javier Bardem) who judges people's lives with the flip of a coin.
Deep in the heartland of the good ol' U.S. of A. there exists a place where sex still sells. Shocking but true. So, for a small town that's in deep financial trouble, its brave citizens band together under the leadership of a real visionary (Jeff Bridges) to produce a homegrown adult movie.
|Finishing the Game
When Bruce Lee died suddenly during the making of <i>Game of Death</i>, there were still 12 minutes of kung-fu-fighting action to be filmed. So, the studio backing the picture did the most sensible thing: They auditioned several wannabe fighters to find a suitable replacement who could stand in for Lee for the final scenes. Ok, not really, but that's the premise of this mockumentary.