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Rialto Movie Of The Week: Sideways

RIALTO MOVIE OF THE WEEK
Sideways


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Nominated for 5 Oscars
Best Picture
Best Director
Best Adapted Screenplay
Best Supporting Actress
Best Supporting Actor

A very clever comedy following the story of two friends, a formerly popular actor, and a high school English teacher and their weeklong drive through California's wine country. They examine their failures and relationships, and the choices they've made in their lives. From director Alexander Payne (Election and About Schmidt) and starring Paul Giamatti (American Splendor).

Rating: M - Sex Scenes & Offensive Language, 129 mins
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Release Date: 03-02-2005
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