Cabo PVV tv listing.
March 19 to March 26
ESTREIAS 1 (Video-On-Demand 1)
What Just Happened (Pânico em Hollywood)
Starring Robert De Niro, Sean Penn, Catherine Keener, John Turturro, Robin Wright Penn, Stanley Tucci, Kristen Stewart and Bruce Willis.
Inspired by the personal memoirs of Hollywood producer Art Linson, Barry Levinson's fictional showbiz comedy stars Robert De Niro as a struggling movie producer who has just suffered through his second divorce, and slowly finds his soul being ground up in the machinations of the Hollywood machine. Ben (De Niro) is an aging producer whose career was already on a downward turn when his personal life went straight into the toilet. Not only is Ben juggling two ex-wives and a daughter who seems to have grown up overnight, but his colleagues seem to take pleasure in watching him suffer while he attempts to complete his latest film on an impossible schedule.
ESTREIAS 2 (Video-On-Demand 2)
Starring John Cusack, Steve Buscemi, John Cleese, Jennifer Coolidge, Arsenio Hall, Sean Hayes, Eddie Izzard, Jay Leno, James Lipton, Molly Shannon and Christian Slater.
In a world filled with Mad Scientists and Evil Inventions, one talented evil scientist's hunch-backed lab assistant has big dreams of becoming a Mad Scientist himself and winning the annual Evil Science Fair.
EXITOS 1 (Video-On-Demand 3)
Deception (No Limite da Ilusão)
Starring Hugh Jackman, Ewan McGregor, Michelle Williams, LisaGay Hamilton, Maggie Q, Natasha Henstridge, Lynn Cohen, Danny Burstein, Malcolm Goodwin and Charlotte Rampling.
"Are you free tonight?" A simple enough question, but how Jonathan McQuarry (Ewan McGregor) answers it will change his life forever. A corporate auditor adrift in a sea of New York's power elite, Jonathan's work is his entire life. But a chance meeting with Wyatt Bose (Hugh Jackman), a charismatic corporate lawyer, introduces Jonathan to a decadent playground for Manhattan's executive upper crust. For these power brokers, whose eighteen-hour workdays leave no time for a personal life, there's 'The List' - a sex club, of sorts, where the right cell-phone number and four simple words ("Are you free tonight?") can lead to an evening's sexual fulfillment. It's a world of "intimacy without intricacy," as Jonathan's first conquest (or vice versa) explains to him, and through The List Jonathan discovers a side of himself that he didn't know existed. But an affair with a ravishing and mysterious stranger known to Jonathan only by her first initial 'S' (Michelle Williams), will expose him to yet another world he never imagined - one of betrayal, treachery and murder.
Personal Effects (Por Amor...)
Starring Ashton Kutcher, Michelle Pfeiffer and Kathy Bates.
Walter (Ashton Kutcher) is a young man trying to deal with the death of his sister. After getting a job as a wedding planner, he meets Linda (Michelle Pfeiffer), a beautiful older woman with emotional wounds that are similar to his own. As both Linda and Walter try to cope with the pain and frustration of their loss, the two bond - their shared tragedies spawning an unlikely and beautiful romance.
EXITOS 2 (Video-On-Demand 4)
Cleaner (Sem Provas)
Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Ed Harris, Eva Mendes, Luis Guzman, Keke Palmer and Robert Forster.
Former policeman Tom Cutler (Samuel L. Jackson) earns his living by scrubbing up after crime scenes in Trenton, New Jersey. A widower with a teenaged daughter, Rose (Keke Palmer), Tom goes to an upscale neighborhood to clean up after a homicide scene. The next day, when he goes to return the key, he's surprised to find that the woman, Ann Norcut (Eva Mendes), whose home was the crime scene, has no idea what happened. He finds from a buddy who’s still on the force that Ann's husband, who was a key prosecution witness about to testify about corruption in the police force, has gone missing. The next day, the police begin investigating Tom's cleaning company and he no longer knows who he can trust.
Starring Robert Downey Jr., Anton Yelchin, Hope Davis, Tyler Hilton, Mark Rendall, Derek McGrath, Jake Epstein, Lauren Collins and Jonathan Malen.
Among classic high school rebels, there have been truants, deliquents, pranksters and con artists - but there has never been anyone quite like Charlie Bartlett (Anton Yelchin). An optimist, a truth-teller and a fearless schemer, when Charlier slyly positions himself as his new school's resident "psychiatrist", dishing out both honest advice and powerful prescriptions, he has no idea the ways in which he will transform his classmates, the school principal and the potential of his own life.