James Garner (1928-2014)

 

1928-2014

1928-2014

 Move Over, Darling (1963) Rated NR

Five years after his wife, Ellen, disappears at sea in a plane crash, successful lawyer Nick Arden decides it’s time to move on: He has Ellen declared legally dead, remarried and sets off on his honeymoon. But there’s trouble in paradise when Ellen — who’s in fact very much alive — turns up to surprise the newlyweds.

 The Notebook (2004) Rated PG-13

Two young lovers are torn apart by war and class differences in the 1940s in this adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ best-selling novel. Their story is told by a man who, years later, reads from a notebook while he visits a woman in a nursing home.

 Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) Rated PG-13

This Southern-fried comedy, based on Rebecca Wells’s best-selling novels, which follows a group of lifelong friends over decades of ups and downs. Forced to resort to intervention to help their friend’s daughter, Siddalee, cope and forgive her eccentric mother for inflicting years of pain and embarrassment, the Ya-Yas don’t hold anything back.

 The Ultimate Gift (2006) Rated PG

When his wealthy grandfather finally dies, Jason Stevens fully expects to benefit when it comes to the reading of the will. But instead of a sizable inheritance, Jason receives a test, a series of tasks he must complete before he can get any money.

 The Thrill of It All! (1963) Rated NR

Beverly Boyer is a happily married housewife whose life changes dramatically when the president of a soap company decides she’s the perfect TV pitchwoman for his product. After the ads air, Beverly becomes famous and a better breadwinner than her doctor husband — who doesn’t cope well with the change! The Boyers scramble to patch up their crumbling marriage in this classic 1960s comedy.

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