A bittersweet buddy flick about a terminally-ill, middle-aged, Hollywood icon (Sandler) who decides to give an aspiring, young comic (Seth Rogen) working in a deli the big break he's been waiting for. ...
Ya-ching Chen (Yi-Ching Lu) comes up with so many reasons to deny her daughter Ai-ling (Huan-Ru Ke) permission to travel to Hamburg to visit her Uncle Chen Fu (Jack Kao), it starts to sound suspicious after awhile. First, she reminds her impatient offspring of an upcoming dance audition. Then, she tells her that the food in Germany is terrible, and that her tongue will end up in knots from trying to speak the language ...
Derek Charles (Idris Elba) is on top of the world, having recently been promoted to executive vice president at a leading, Los Angeles investment house.
The tranquility of an otherwise unremarkable morning is shattered when a psychopath pulls out a gun and starts randomly spraying bullets around a diner in Los Angeles.
Abby Richter (Katherine Heigl) is the exasperated producer of Sacramento AM, a TV morning show suffering from poor ratings. Presently, morale in the studio is so low that crew members have begun bickering with each other on a daily basis, even co-hosts Georgia (Cheryl Hines) and Larry Redding (John Michael Higgins) who happen to be married to each other.
"An American Affair," set in Washington, D.C. in 1963, revolves around an implausible love triangle involving JFK, a beautiful divorcee (Gretchen Mol) and a 13 year-old boy (Cameron Bright).
High school seniors Eugene Pratt (Zach Cregger) and Tucker Cleigh (Trevor Moore) are best friends, despite the fact that the former is a celibate nerd, while the latter is a popular player who openly boasts openly about having already slept with a dozen different women. Eugene and his girlfriend, Cindi Whitehall (Raquel Alessi) have agreed to abstinence, because his big brother got a woman pregnant the first time he had sex.