RADIOFREE.COM - MOVIE COVERAGE - BOX OFFICE - CONTESTS - TWITTER



Turn the River






Exclusive Interview: Hanna's
Saoirse Ronan




Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Underworld: Blood Wars
Baywatch
Ghost in the Shell
Rogue One
Miss Peregrine's Home...
Star Trek Beyond
X-Men: Apocalypse
The Huntsman: Winter's War
Nine Lives
Captain America: Civil War
The Jungle Book
The Witch
Deadpool
Wonder Woman
The Keeping Room
Brooklyn
Toy Story 4
Stonehearst Asylum
Transformers 4
Knights of Badassdom
Teenage Mutant Ninja Tur...
Raze
Hush, Hush
7500
Nobel's Last Will
MORE MOVIES

TONS OF DVD GIVEAWAYS!

Entertainment News
Weekly Top 20 Movies
2010 NBA All-Star Promo
Weekly Top 20 Albums
Contact Us







Anna Kendrick
Alexandra Daddario
Antje Traue
Lindsay Sloane
Angela Sarafyan
Saoirse Ronan
Teresa Palmer
Hailee Steinfeld
Odette Yustman
Grace Park
Ashley Bell
Kristen Stewart
Bridgit Mendler
Danielle Panabaker
Helena Mattsson
Carla Gugino
Jessica Biel
AnnaSophia Robb
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Emmy Rossum
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Angelina Jolie
Keira Knightley
Alison Lohman
Hilary Swank
Evan Rachel Wood
Nicole Kidman
Piper Perabo
Heather Graham
Shawnee Smith
Kristen Bell
Blake Lively
Elizabeth Banks
Camilla Belle
Rachel McAdams
Jewel Staite
Katie Stuart
Michelle Trachtenberg
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Jessica Alba
Famke Janssen
Elisabeth Shue
Cameron Diaz
Shannon Elizabeth
Salma Hayek
Emily Perkins





Release:
2008, Screen Media Films
Starring:
Famke Janssen, Rip Torn, Jaymie Dornan, Matt Ross
Director:
Chris Eigeman
MPAA Rating:
[R] language
Genre:
Drama
Runtime:
92 minutes

The Trailer (synopsis from the studio)


Click the play button to watch the trailer.

In the thriller Turn the River, Famke Janssen (Best Actress, Hamptons Film Festival) stars as Kailey, a small town pool hustler in upstate New York. She ekes out a living playing poker, periodically driving into Manhattan to check up on her mentor, Quinn (Rip Torn), who runs Quinn's, a hardcore pool hall. Kailey (Janssen) is determined to raise $50,000 to wrest her son Gulley (Jaymie Dornan), who she was forced to give up at birth, from the toxic clutches of her alcoholic ex-husband David (Matt Ross) and his domineering mother (Lois Smith) and move to Canada for a better life. In order to win the money, Kailey must score a match with the best player at Quinn's, Duncan (John Juback). With this as her only hope for a future with her son, Kailey starts to play, and the stakes have never been higher.


Photo Gallery
Click on a thumbnail to view the full-sized picture.




Related Material
More Movie Coverage




RADIOFREE.COM - MOVIE COVERAGE - BOX OFFICE - CONTESTS - TWITTER







© 1997-2008 Radio Free Entertainment
7678-6570320