Gun Shy

Liam Neeson and Oliver Platt star with Sandra Bullock in an outrageously offbeat comedy about what happens when a busy undercover cop suddenly loses his legendary nerves of steel! The only way Charlie (Neeson), a respected D.E.A. agent traumatized by a hair-raising run-in with some ruthless gangsters, can do his job is with the embarrassing treatments of an attractive nurse (Bullock) and the questionable psychotherapy provided by a highly unstable support group! And since he’s stuck in a deep-cover sting operation until he nabs a wisecracking, trigger-happy Mafia leader who scares him to death (Platt), Charlie can only hope to fake his tough-as-nails image long enough to make this one last bust … and make it out alive! Loaded with huge stars and big laughs — you can’t miss with this high-caliber comedy hit!

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Gun Shy was originally published on Divine Aim

The Scarapist

HYPNOSIS. DRUGS. KIDNAPPING. MURDER. Suburban novelist Lana (Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, “Field Day”) is entangled in a web of perversity, insanity and violence by her psychotherapist, Ilse (Katy Colloton, “Teachers”). With the help of her minions (R. Michael Gull, “Dust”), Ilse sets out to destroy Lana and her family. Based on a true story.

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The Scarapist was originally published on Divine Aim

Guided Meditation Relax Mind & Body for Deep Relaxation & Sleep

We have some relaxing music and a soothing voice to melt away all the cares of your day and gently lead you into a special quiet place within your own mind i…

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Guided Meditation Relax Mind & Body for Deep Relaxation & Sleep was originally published on Divine Aim

The Priest’s Wife

Father Don Mario has pledged obedience and celibacy. Alas, the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak. Especially when lovely Valeria Billi sets her dark brown eyes and romantic designs on him. Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni show why they are among the screen’s most celebrated duos in this film that’s part romantic comedy, part exploration of human and clerical frailties and 100% shiny star vehicle produced by Loren’s filmmaker husband Carlo Ponti. Loren, The New York Times later noted, “alternately married, divorced, seduced and pined after [Mastroianni] in a total of 12 movies. Of these the most famous were Marriage, Italian Style; The Priest’s Wife; and Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.”

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The Priest’s Wife was originally published on Divine Aim

Not Alone

Driven by a desire to understand why her best friend killed herself at 16, Jacqueline Monetta, 18, finds teens willing to talk about their struggles with mental illness and thoughts of suicide. Through her intimate one-to-one interviews, Jacqueline explores the difficulties teens face in this interconnected technology driven world. With unprecedented honesty and openness, they give vivid accounts of depression, anxiety, self-harm, thoughts of suicide, suicide attempts and getting help. Speaking with voices originating inside the community, they encourage teens to get support and to be supportive. Not Alone gives hope to teens struggling with mental illness.

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Not Alone was originally published on Divine Aim

M. Butterfly

Love’s mysteries and betrayal’s cruelties are boldly portrayed in this fictional tale of French diplomat Rene Gallimard and Beijing Opera star Song Liling. Rene believes he’s found the perfect woman. But after a love affair of nearly 20 years, he finds he cannot believe anything about the beguiling, secretive singer. Rene learns Song Liling is a spy. And it’s not the only shocking secret his beloved “butterfly” hides.

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M. Butterfly was originally published on Divine Aim

Tai Chi: Revitalizing the Body, Mind and Spirit Through an Ancient Chinese Martial Art

With stress levels growing daily and Western medicine struggling to find long-term remedies for everyday ailments caused by pressure and tension, more and more people are looking East in search of more holistic treatments. Tai Chi, the ancient Chinese Martial art, may not spring instantly to mind as a health therapy for the ills of our frenetic, modern 21st Century lives, but it has a valuable role to play when it comes to calming and nurturing mind, body and soul. This program has been designed as a first step towards discovering the many benefits of Tai Chi, exploring its physical movements and deep-seated philosophy that can improve everyone’s quality of life. You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy Tai Chi, and whatever level you reach, it will help coordination and balance, develop flexibility, increase suppleness, sharpen the mind and above all else promote a feeling of calm and well- being that will help you cope with whatever life may have in store.

You will learn: How to increase your creativity and confidence, and slow down the aging process at any stage in life! • Boost your immune system. Improve your coordination and balance. Strengthen joints and increase your range of motion • See why more than three hundred million people worldwide enjoy the benefits of Tai Chi • Get a brief overview of the history of Tai Chi, from its beginnings in 200 B.C. through the 21st Century • Follow a Tai Chi warm-up and some basic exercises that create a total body experience, accessing parts of the body that other exercise programs never reach • Investigate the Taoist five-element theory and learn how Tai Chi balances these elements through the movements in the QiGong exercise • Improve your mental and physical health and find relief from painful back problems and arthritis • Develop a deep level of concentration that helps unite and nurture the body, mind and spirit.

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Tai Chi: Revitalizing the Body, Mind and Spirit Through an Ancient Chinese Martial Art was originally published on Divine Aim