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Now Playing: The Hours - Official Trailer (HD)
Starring: Allison Janney, Claire Danes, Ed Harris, Jeff Daniels, John C. Reilly, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Miranda Richardson, Nicole Kidman, Stephen Dillane, Toni Collette

The Hours chronicles a day in the life of three women, separated by a span of nearly 80 years, who find themselves weathering similar crises, all linked by a single work of literature. Virginia Woolf lives in a suburb of London in the 1920s as she struggles to begin writing her first great novel, Mrs. Dalloway. Laura Brown, a young wife and mother in post-World War II Los Angeles, is reading Mrs. Dalloway, and is so deeply affected by it that she begins to question the life she has chosen for herself. Finally, Clarissa Vaughan is a modern-day Mrs. Dalloway in contemporary New York, planning a party for her friend and former lover who is slowly losing his fight with AIDS. Starring, in alphabetical order: Allison Janney, Claire Danes, Ed Harris, Jeff Daniels, John C. Reilly, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Miranda Richardson, Nicole Kidman, Stephen Dillane, Toni Collette

The Hours - Official Trailer (HD)

The Hours - Official Trailer (HD)

The Hours chronicles a day in the life of three women, separated by a span of nearly 80 years, who find themselves weathering similar crises, all linked by a single work of literature. Virginia Woolf lives in a suburb of London in the 1920s as she struggles to begin writing her first great novel, Mrs. Dalloway. Laura Brown, a young wife and mother in post-World War II Los Angeles, is reading Mrs. Dalloway, and is so deeply affected by it that she begins to question the life she has chosen for herself. Finally, Clarissa Vaughan is a modern-day Mrs. Dalloway in contemporary New York, planning a party for her friend and former lover who is slowly losing his fight with AIDS. Starring, in alphabetical order: Allison Janney, Claire Danes, Ed Harris, Jeff Daniels, John C. Reilly, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, Miranda Richardson, Nicole Kidman, Stephen Dillane, Toni Collette

Iris - Grocery Shopping

Iris - Grocery Shopping

Iris and John, wrapped up in their own world, discuss life and love while grocery shopping. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent)

Iris - The Disease Worsens

Iris - The Disease Worsens

Iris's disease has reached a critical level, simultaneously frustrating and worrying John. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent)

Iris - At the Beach

Iris - At the Beach

When John and Iris meet with Janet and her daughters at the beach, the family is finally confronted with the reality of Iris's illness. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent), Janet (Penelope Wilton)

Iris - The Young Couple

Iris - The Young Couple

Iris gives John a copy of her latest work, telling him she values his opinion, before making him an offer he can't refuse. In this scene: Iris (Kate Winslet), John (Hugh Bonneville)

Iris - The Importance of Education

Iris - The Importance of Education

At an esteemed dinner, Iris's speech on the importance of education has an unexpected ending. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent)

Iris - The Lark in the Clear Air

Iris - The Lark in the Clear Air

John wakes in the middle of the night to find Iris shuffling about singing "The Lark in the Clear Air," which he remembers her singing when they were young. In the scene: Young Iris (Kate Winslet), Young John (Hugh Bonneville), Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent)

Iris - Official Trailer (HD)

Iris - Official Trailer (HD)

Celebrated English author Iris Murdoch first became known as a brilliant young scholar at Oxford whose boundless spirit dazzled those around her. Then, during her remarkable career as a novelist and philosopher, she continued to prove herself a woman ahead of her time. Even in later life, as age and illness robbed Iris of her remarkable gifts, nothing could diminish her immense influence or weaken the lifelong bond she shared with her devoted husband. Starring, in alphabetical order: Hugh Bonneville, Jim Broadbent, Judi Dench, Kate Winslet

Iris - In Her Own World Now

Iris - In Her Own World Now

As Iris lays out her collection of stones and shells from the beach, Janet finally begins to grasp the depth of her illness. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent), Janet (Penelope Wilton)

Iris - A Rainy Day

Iris - A Rainy Day

On a rainy day, Iris wanders out of the house, forcing a distraught John to begin what feels like a futile search. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent)

Iris - Past and Present

Iris - Past and Present

In the past, John and Iris awkwardly discuss love and sex in a cafe. Meanwhile, in the present, Iris's disease begins to make its mark, preventing her from writing. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent), Young Iris (Kate Winslet), Young John (Hugh Bonneville)

Iris - The Prime Minister's Name

Iris - The Prime Minister's Name

Even though Iris can't even recall the name of the Prime Minister during a specialist's evaluation, she and John continue to be in denial about her worsening condition. In this scene: Iris (Judi Dench), John (Jim Broadbent)

Marvin's Room - A Lot of Blood

Marvin's Room - A Lot of Blood

Bessie nervously awaits a series of tests for what could be a simple vitamin deficiency or something much worse. In this scene: Bessie (Diane Keaton), Dr. Wally (Robert De Niro)

Marvin's Room - It's Not Good News

Marvin's Room - It's Not Good News

Lee gets a call with bad news from her estranged sister Bessie and must take her son Hank out of the mental institution to go to Florida. In this scene: Dr. Wally (Robert De Niro), Lee (Meryl Streep), Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio)

Marvin's Room - Sisters

Marvin's Room - Sisters

Lee and Bessie awkwardly reunite after almost 20 years without seeing each other. In this scene: Lee (Meryl Streep), Bessie (Diane Keaton)

Marvin's Room - Tall Tales

Marvin's Room - Tall Tales

Bessie tries to get the truth out of Hank. In this scene: Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio), Bessie (Diane Keaton)

Marvin's Room - Grown Up

Marvin's Room - Grown Up

Bessie makes an effort to get to know her troubled nephew Hank. In this scene: Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio), Bessie (Diane Keaton)

Marvin's Room - Nice Enough

Marvin's Room - Nice Enough

Hank and Bessie take a trip to the beach, where he tries to learn more about his father and gives her a surprise. In this scene: Bessie (Diane Keaton), Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio)

Marvin's Room - Resentment

Marvin's Room - Resentment

Both of the sisters resent the other for the life choices she made. In this scene: Lee (Meryl Streep), Bessie (Diane Keaton), Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio)

Marvin's Room - The Visit

Marvin's Room - The Visit

Lee begrugingly meets with her disturbed son Hank's therapist at the mental institution he was committed to after burning down her house. In this scene: Lee (Meryl Streep), Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio)

Marvin's Room - Nephews

Marvin's Room - Nephews

After a slight hold-up, Bessie finally meets her nephews for the first time. In this scene: Lee (Meryl Streep), Bessie (Diane Keaton), Hank (Leonardo DiCaprio), Ruth (Gwen Verdon)

Doubt - Fear Itself

Doubt - Fear Itself

Sister James leads her class in a history lesson underSister Aloysius's stern, watchful eye. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - It Takes a Cat

Doubt - It Takes a Cat

While Father Flynn leads a dinner with the boys, Sisters James and Beauvier discuss their suspicions. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Not Sure

Doubt - Not Sure

Father Flynn delivers a profound sermon on doubt. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Impressions and Accusations

Doubt - Impressions and Accusations

Father Flynn's meeting with Sisters James and Aloysius takes an uncomfortable turn. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Watchful Eye

Doubt - Watchful Eye

Sister James, concerned about Father Flynn's interest in one of the students, takes her concerns to Sister Aloysius. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Official Trailer (HD)

Doubt - Official Trailer (HD)

Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the rigid and fear-inspiring principal of the Saint Nicholas Church School, suffers an extreme dislike for the progressive and popular parish priest, Father Flynn. Looking for wrongdoing in every corner, Sister Aloysius believes she's uncovered the ultimate sin when she hears Father Flynn has taken a special interest in a troubled boy. Without a shred of proof or evidence except her moral certainty, Sister Aloysius begins a crusade to both unearth the truth and expunge Flynn from the school, igniting a battle that threatens to tear apart the Church and school with devastating consequences. Starring, in alphabetical order: Amy Adams, Carrie Preston, Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Viola Davis

Doubt - Intolerance

Doubt - Intolerance

Sisters James and Aloysius meet with Father Flynn about updating the Christmas pageant, but the meeting's undertones are far less joyful. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Beyond Your Knowledge

Doubt - Beyond Your Knowledge

Sister Aloysius slowly pulls out the truth about Father Flynn's meeting with young Donald. In the scene: Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Discipline

Doubt - Discipline

Sister Aloysius disciplines a student as she and Father Flynn wait to start for Sister James to arrive for their meeting. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Concerns

Doubt - Concerns

At an awkward, silent dinner with the sisters, Sister Aloysius raises concerns about the school. In the scene: Sister James (Amy Adams), Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep)

Doubt - Foul Line

Doubt - Foul Line

Father Brenden leads the school boys in a lesson on both basketball and hygene. In the scene: Father Brendan Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman)