An ambitious Vietnam veteran, Hubert T. Lee, moves his wife Edna (Elizabeth McGovern) and two adopted children to Northern Florida in the 1960s, where he plans to build the world's largest drive-in theater directly across the street from a quiet funeral parlor.
The noisy establishment is a hit with locals, but infuriates the director of the funeral home, Turner Knight (William Hurt), who also happens to live next door to the Lee's. A spirited rivalry quickly develops between the two families, but a growing friendship between Edna and Turner complicates matters, as well as a budding romance between their two children.
Starring: William Hurt, Elizabeth McGovern, Brian Benbenmore hide
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
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
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
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
As young soldiers in Bedford, VA's 116th National Guard unit deploy for Iraq and Afghanistan they recall the story of the members of their unit who were the first to come under German fire on the beaches of Normandy.
After the death of his estranged father, a successful attorney (Gary Sinise) returns to his hometown in Maine, where he is confronted by tragic memories and reunited with an old acquaintance (Joely Richardson). (2003)
Forced to choose between her unborn child and the man she loves, a young mother (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) struggles to raise a child with disabilities, learning along the way that she may be single, but she's not alone. (2001)
Starring: Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Campbell Scott, Eric Close
Unable to fully heal after his father, a famed Arctic explorer, never returns from an expedition, a Canadian boy befriends a wolf like the one that used to pull his father's sled. But as he prepares to race his new companion, he must protect it from hunters who want all wild dogs dead. (1999)
Starring: Tod Fennell, Meredith Henderson, Bronwen Booth
Seeking closure after his son's apparent suicide, a father travels to Mexico to claim the body. But the more he learns about his son's final days, the more he suspects it wasn't suicide after all. (2000)
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
Shortly after giving birth to her first child, a woman's perfect life is turned upside-down when she is diagnosed with terminal cancer and given only six months to live. Starring Katey Sagal and Annabeth Gish. (1999)