The life stories of the six men who raised the flag at The Battle of Iwo Jima,... The life stories of the six men who raised the flag at The Battle of Iwo Jima, a turning point in WWII. Read more
A hotshot lawyer gets more than he bargained for when he learns his new boss i... A hotshot lawyer gets more than he bargained for when he learns his new boss is Lucifer himself. Read more
Ewan McGregor stars as a cleaning man in L.A. who takes his boss's daughter ho... Ewan McGregor stars as a cleaning man in L.A. who takes his boss's daughter hostage after being fired and replaced by a robot... Read more
The film follows the life of famous 1970s runner Steve Prefontaine from his yo... The film follows the life of famous 1970s runner Steve Prefontaine from his youth days in Oregon to... Read more
Judith Lee Ivey (born September 4, 1951) is an American actress and director. Ivey was born in El Paso, Texas, the daughter of Dorothy Lee (née Lewis), a teacher, and Nathan Aldean Ivey, a college instructor and dean. She spent 1965-1968 in Dowagiac, Michigan, where she attended Union High School through tenth grade. Ivey is an alumna of John A. Logan College and Illinois State University. She is married to Tim Braine (her second marriage) and the couple have two children, Maggie and Tom. Despite a long history of theater and film performances, Ivey is often associated with her one-year run on Designing Women in its final season, playing the Texan B.J. Poteet. Ivey replaced Julia Duffy's Alison Sugarbaker, who was herself a replacement for Delta Burke's character, Suzanne Sugarbaker. She also played a notable role on the television show Will & Grace where she portrayed the mother of Dr. Leo Markus. Ivey won two Tony Awards as Best Featured Actress in a Play for Steaming in 1983 and...