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This two-part documentary from director Alex Gibney (The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley and Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief) examines the complex details of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election and highlights the frightening vulnerabilities in America’s political process.
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Experience the filmed version of the acclaimed Broadway show, directed by Spike Lee and featuring David Byrne joined by 11 musicians from around the world performing songs from Byrne's extensive catalog.
In a uniquely hilarious odyssey of self-discovery and cultural observation, John Wilson covertly and obsessively films the lives of his fellow New Yorkers while attempting to give everyday advice in this docuseries executive-produced by Nathan Fielder.
Dive into the world of international finance as seen through the eyes of ambitious twentysomethings struggling to secure their futures.
Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, and Donald Sutherland star in this psychological thriller about a woman whose seemingly perfect life is upended by a very public disaster.
John Cameron Mitchell wrote, directed, and starred in this screen adaptation of his hit off-Broadway musical that tells the story of fictional transgender punk star Hedwig as she tours the country with her band and shares her unique and inspiring life story.
Mushnik’s Flower Shop is on the verge of closing when the nerdy yet charming employee Seybour Krelborn brings in an unusual Venus flytrap. While the plant attracts hordes of customers and publicity to the store, Seymour starts having misgivings when he discovers that it harbors an evil penchant for blood.
In her breakthrough role, Toni Collette stars in this Australian dramedy about an ABBA-obsessed, socially awkward young woman who steals money from her dysfunctional parents and goes on an island vacation where she hopes to find excitement, friendship, and love.
With big dreams, fierce nails, and a secretive past, street-smart Nomi Malone arrives in Las Vegas with hopes of becoming a dancer. After meeting the seductive star of the Strip, Cristal Connors, Nomi gradually begins her ascencion up the show business hierarchy from stripper to celebrity showgirl.
In this fantastical 1980s comedy, 15-year-old Louise discovers that she’s a descendant of the Salem witches and has inherited their powers. Using her newfound abilities, Louise attempts to win the heart of her popular quarterback crush and become the school’s queen bee.
Featuring the electrifying music of ELO, tap dancing, and lots of roller skating, this 1980 disco favorite stars Olivia Newton-John as Greek goddess Terpsichore, who inspires a struggling artist and his older friend (played by Gene Kelly in his final film role) to convert a decaying auditorium into an extravagant roller disco.
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