In New York, Margaret Tate is a successful self-made chief-editor of the Ruick & Hunt Publishing and loathed by her coworkers. Margaret lost her parents when she was sixteen and is tough with the employees of the office. Her executive assistant and aspirant editor Andrew Paxton has been working with her for three years without any recognition. When Margaret has problems with the immigration due to an expired visa and is threatened with deportation, she blackmails Andrew to agree to marry her. In return, he would be promoted to editor and she would publish his book. Meanwhile, the skeptical clerk of the immigration department Mr. Gilbertson schedules an interview with Margaret and Andrew after the weekend. The couple travels to Sitka, Alaska, to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of Andrew's grandmother and Margaret is welcomed by his warming family. Over the weekend, she grows closer to Andrew's family who ask her to marry Andrew in their barn, a family tradition in the Paxton family. And the tension increases when Mr. Gilbertson appears out of the blue in Sitka promising to charge Andrew for fraud.
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91 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (1997)
91 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (1998)
31 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (1999)
13 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2000)
50 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2001)
13 in FHM-USA's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2001)
15 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2002)
7 in FHM-USA's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2002)
7 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2003)
12 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2004)
19 in FHM's 50 Sexiest Women from 1995-2004
12 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2005)
16 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2006)
14 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women In The World (2007)
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Susanna is rushed to the hospital. Afterwards she discusses this with a psychiatrist. She had been having some delusions. She had also been having an affair with the husband of her parents' friend. The doctor suggests that combining a bottle of aspirin and a bottle of vodka was a suicide attempt. This she denies. He recommends a short period of rest at Claymoore. Claymoore is a private mental hospital full of noisy, crazy people. Georgina is a pathological liar. Polly has been badly scarred by fire. Daisy won't eat in the presence of other people. Lisa is a sociopath, the biggest exasperation for the staff - like Nurse Valerie - and the biggest influence on the other girls in the hospital. Lisa has a history of escapes, so gaining access to personal medical files is not a problem... Susanna's boyfriend Toby is concerned that she seems too comfortable living with her institutionalized friends... Written by David Woodfield
Susanna is depressed and directionless after finishing high school in the late 1960's. A suicide attempt lands her in Claymore, a mental institution. She befriends the band of troubled women in her ward (Georgina the pathological liar, the sexually abused Daisy, the burn victim Polly) but falls under the hypnotic sway of Lisa, the wildest and most hardened of the bunch. Will Susanna "drop anchor" at Claymore and perpetually act out like Lisa, or will she finally pull her mind together and leave institutional life behind?
Posted by Editor at 5:40 AM
Captain Jack Sparrow is caught up in another tangled web of supernatural intrigue. Although the curse of the Black Pearl has been lifted, an even more terrifying threat looms over its captain and scurvy crew: it turns out that Jack owes a blood debt to the legendary Davy Jones, Ruler of the Ocean Depths, who captains the ghostly Flying Dutchman, which no other ship can match in speed and stealth. Unless the ever-crafty Jack figures a cunning way out of this Faustian pact, he will be cursed to an afterlife of eternal servitude and damnation in the service of Jones. This startling development interrupts the wedding plans of Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, who once again find themselves thrust into Jack's misadventures, leading to escalating confrontations with sea monsters, very unfriendly islanders, flamboyant soothsayer Tia Dalma and even the mysterious appearance of Will's long-lost father, Bootstrap Bill. Meanwhile, ruthless pirate hunter Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Trading Company sets his sights on retrieving the fabled "Dead Man's Chest." According to legend, whoever possesses the Dead Man's Chest gains control of Davy Jones, and Beckett intends to use this awesome power to destroy every last Pirate of the Caribbean once and for all. For times are changing on the high seas, with businessmen and bureaucrats becoming the true pirates--and freewheeling, fun-loving buccaneers like Jack and his crew threatened with extinction.
Posted by Editor at 12:50 AM
In Hazzard County, Georgia, the Duke cousins, Bo (Seann William Scott) and Luke (Johnny Knoxville) are a pair of ‘good old boys’ who get by delivering their Uncle Jesse’s moonshine in their bright orange 1969 Dodge Charger (nicknamed the ‘General Lee’).
At the start of the movie, Bo and Luke are making a delivery of moonshine to a client. Luke heads upstairs with the man's daughter to fool around, but the client comes home early and a chase ensues. Bo and Luke then crash their car between two bulldozers at a farm. Unable to move the car, they race each other five miles to the Boar's Nest. Bo and Luke both get involved in a fistfight at the Boar’s Nest bar, after attempting to protect their cousin Daisy’s (Jessica Simpson) honor when a racing car mechanic (who is in town to take part in a big upcoming car race) makes some lewd comments and slaps her on the butt. The fight is broken up by the corrupt Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane (M.C. Gainey), who is in the pay of the local bigwig ‘Boss’ Hogg. The Sheriff gleefully informs the Duke cousins that he has had the General Lee wrecked.
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Anna Scott is the world's most famous movie star. Her picture has been plastered on the cover of every magazine, and every time she makes a move, the entire world knows about it. William Thacker owns a travel bookstore. His business is stagnant, he has the roommate from hell, and since his divorce, his love life is completely non-existent. For both, something or someone seems to be missing. And when Anna and William's paths unexpectedly cross in the eclectic neighborhood of Notting Hill, romance is the last thing on their minds.
Posted by Editor at 11:28 AM