Comcast On Demand has a cornucopia of new films to choose from today. There’s the return of Sacha Baron Cohen with the outrageous comedy Brüno, the emotional family drama My Sister’s Keeper starring Cameron Diaz and Alec Baldwin, Jim Jarmusch’s crime story The Limits of Control, the Korean vampire saga Thirst, and Michael Caine starring in Is Anybody There?
Sacha Baron Cohen continues the ambush pranksterism that made him famous with Borat, this time starring as an obnoxious gay Austrian fashionista who spreads confusion and frustration and anger wherever he goes.
An acclaimed tale of terror about a benevolent priest who receives a transfusion of tainted blood that turns him into a vampire with an insatiable thirst for blood, testing the limits of his faith.
Is Anybody There?
A young boy who lives in a nursing home owned by his parents is obsessed with death, and he befriends a new arrival, an ex-magician (Michael Caine) who is in the hospice against his will. The bond they form is an unlikely one, but it helps them both come to terms with mortality.
My Sister’s Keeper
Cameron Diaz stars as Sara Fitzgerald, a headstrong mother who is so desperate to save her leukemia-stricken daughter Kate (Sofia Vassilieva) that she genetically-engineers a second daughter Anna (Abigail Breslin) to be a perfect match for her to help with their inevitable donorship needs. But when the youngest girl contacts a lawyer (Alec Baldwin) to sue for medical rights to her own body, it creates a rift not only between Sara and her husband Brian (Jason Patric), but the legal battle threatens to break up the family.
The Limits of Control
Visionary director Jim Jarmusch returns with a crime story about a mysterious loner in contemporary Spain with unknown illegal objectives trying to achieve his goals while staying ahead of the authorities. Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton and Gael Garcia Bernal co-star.