SLACKERS (2002, Rated R, 87 Minutes): An outrageous, sexy comedy from the producers of I Know What You Did Last Summer, SLACKERS stars breakout talents Devon Sawa (Idle Hands, Final Destination), Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore), Jaime King (Pearl Harbor) and Laura Prepon (TV's That '70s Show). Crafty roommates Dave, Sam and Jeff are happily scheming their way through college. But when super-nerdy Ethan spots Dave stealing test questions, he threatens to turn them in-unless they hatch a plan to hook him up with beautiful Angela, the object of Ethan's unhealthy obsession. The guys take on the challenge, but when Dave and Angela start to fall in love instead, all bets are off. And that's when Ethan's antics turn hilariously psychotic. STIR CRAZY (1980, Rated R, 108 Minutes): One of the looniest pictures to come along in some time! STIR CRAZY teams two of the most brilliant and zany comic performers today: Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder. Skip (Wilder) and Harry (Pryor) have both been fired from their jobs, so they take off in their van for California to seek fame and fortune, but somewhere along the way the van conks out and they're broke and... well, they have to eat, right? So they land a gig as singing and dancing woodpeckers to promote a bank opening. When two bank robbers steal their costumes and stick up the bank, guess who gets the blame? Skip and Harry are carted off to the state pen for 125 years. They try to keep their sanity and their lives amidst: A sadistic warden, a hulking mass-murderer and an inter-prison rodeo - all with great hilarity. NOTHING IN COMMON (1986, Rated PG, 118 Minutes): Tom Hanks, Jackie Gleason and Eva Marie Saint are unforgettable in the story of a young, ambitious executive whose life is surprisingly affected by the break-up of his parents' marriage. Co-starring Sela Ward, Bess Armstrong and Hector Elizondo. Because of his talent, charm and wisecracking sense of humor, David Basner (Hanks) is a self-made man on the fast track. He loves his job, his bank account is healthy, and women find him irresistible. Then his father Max (Gleason, in his final film performance) calls to give David the news that he and David's mother Lorraine (Saint) are calling it quits after 35 years. Now, besides the pressures of his own busy life, David has the new responsibilities of taking care of his crotchety dad and emotionally supporting his mother. Through these experiences, David gains a new understanding and appreciation of his parents, with whom he thought he had nothing in common. NOTHING IN COMMON is a funny, heart-warming film that struck a chord with audiences (who made it a hit) and showcases the charismatic performance of a young Tom Hanks on his way to Oscar-winning super-stardom. BLIND DATE (1987, Rated PG-13, 95 Minutes): When Walter Davis (Bruce Willis, the Sixth Sense) is set up with gorgeous Nadia Gates (Kim Basinger, No Mercy), the perfect BLIND DATE dissolves into disaster in this sexy comedy caper. Walter invites beautiful southern belle Nadia to a button-down corporate dinner, expecting to impress his associates with this dazzling beauty. But all hell breaks loose when Nadia has "one too many" and reduces the evening and Walter's career to shambles. Bad turns to worse when Nadia's insanely jealous ex-beau David (John Larroquette, TV's Night Court), discovers them together and decides to annihilate the unsuspecting Walter. Can true love blossom amidst this hilarious havoc? Will Nadia and Walter ever get down to courting each other instead of courting disaster? Find out in the zany BLIND DATE, where first encounters can lead to close encounters of the worst kind.