David Gordon Green

Our Brand is Crisis

An American woman, well-versed in political campaigns, is sent to the war-torn lands of South America to help install a new leader but is threatened to be thwarted by a long-term rival. ... Read more
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Joe

An ex-con, who is the unlikeliest of role models, meets a 15-year-old boy and is faced with the choice of redemption or ruin. ... Read more
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David Gordon Green & Tye Sheridan: The Interview (Joe)

Joe tells the story of an ex-convict who takes 16-year-old Gary under his wing after seeing a lot of himself in the young boy.... Read more
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The Sitter

Babysitting can either be a walk in the park where the children you’re looking after are complete angels, or they can be the hellspawn of Satan himself and make the job a living nightmare. For Noah (Jonah Hill), it’s the later, although he isn’t much better than the children himself.... Read more
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The Sitter

A college dropout becomes a babysitter to make some quick cash, and takes his three young charges on an epic urban adventure in this comedy from director David Gordon Green (George Washington, Pineapple Express).... Read more
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Your Highness

James Franco and Natalie Portman are two names in the film industry you can’t ignore, especially with their recent recognitions. You’d expect a film starring the two together would be an instant success, right? Oh how wrong you’d be.... Read more
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Your Highness

Pineapple Express co-stars Danny McBride and James Franco reunite for director David Gordon Green's fantasy comedy Your Highness, which sends up such beloved '80s gems as Krull and The Sword and the Sorcerer.... Read more
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Pineapple Express

When Dale Denton (Rogan) witnesses a murder he and his dealer (Franco) find themselves running for their lives in this buddy action comedy from the screenwriters that brought you Superbad and Knocked up.  Like most of the Apatow/Rogan/Goldberg films there is a no holds barred formula that involve... Read more
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Pineapple Express

When Dale Denton (Rogan) witnesses a murder he and his dealer (Franco) find themselves running for their lives in this buddy action comedy from the screenwriters that brought you Superbad and Knocked up.  Like most of the Apatow/Rogan/Goldberg films there is a no holds barred formula that involve... Read more
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