Based on a true story, Cuba Gooding Jr. won an Image Award for his portrayal of one man dedicated to rehabilitating troubled young women and changing their lives through a firefighting program. Q'orianka Kilcher, best known for her role of Pocahontas in the "New World", stars as one of the incarcerated youths in need of guidance and direction in life. A story of courage and survival, Cuba Gooding Jr. sums it up best by saying, "These women fight to save lives. They end up saving their own."
Based on the true story of the troubled, yet enduring love of Alcoholics Anonymous co-founder Bill Wilson and his wife, Lois (Winona Ryder), who co-founded Al-Anon for families of alcoholics in 1951. (2010)
Based on his autobiographical, bestselling novel, writer Mitch Albom (Tuesdays with Morrie) reluctantly agrees to pen the eulogy of his childhood rabbi. Starring Bradley Whitford and Laurence Fishburne. (2011)
Starring: Laurence Fishburne, Martin Landau, Bradley Whitford
A driven New York fashion photographer (Andie MacDowell) returns home to be with her mentally challenged sister (Rosie O'Donnell) after the death of their father, and finds she has much to learn about life and love. (2005)
Starring: Andie MacDowell, Richard T. Jones, Rosie ODonnell
Still racked with guilt over a past tragedy, college graduate and medical school hopeful (Amber Tamblyn) returns home to share some bad news with her family. Instead, she realizes she must first confront the past before she can ever move forward.
Starring: Amber Tamblyn, Jennifer Ehle, Henry Czemy
Based on a true story, when six soldiers return home from WWII to find their small town overrun with corruption, they realize their fight for freedom is far from over. Starring Tom Sizemore and Kathleen Quinlan.
Starring: Brad Johnson, Kathleen Quinlan, Tom Sizemore
With his marriage on the line, a social worker who supervises a household of mentally challenged men struggles to balance his job with his neglected personal life. Starring Nathan Lane and Mare Winningham.
Starring: Nathan Lane, Robert Sean Leonard, Tony Goldwyn
In the segregated South of 1940s Georgia, after two boys make an unsettling discovery, the new sheriff reopens an unsolved murder case that shakes up the whole town. Starring Dean Cain and Maya Angelou. (2000)
A humorous, touching story of a self-sacrificing matriarch (Blythe Danner) who has an uncharacteristic mid-life crisis, after years of putting her family first, and goes in search of her former self. Also starring Faye Dunaway, Peter Fonda (2004)
Starring: Blythe Danner, Faye Dunaway, Peter Fonda