Helen Hunt

Helen Hunt knows best, and it's driving Brenton Thwaites crazy in exclusive Ride clip

Most parents would be understandably concerned if their child went to a college all the way across the country… and then dropped out in order to surf. But in Ride, the new film written, directed, and starring Helen Hunt, her character, a driven editor for The New Yorker, takes it especially hard. In fact, she gets on a plane to investigate how and why her son (Brenton Thwaites) insists on throwing his promising future into the waves. 

Part of the answer might lie in their relationship. She’s a neurotic hands-on mom, and getting away from her constant interference drives him 3,000 miles west. In this exclusive clip for the film, which opens in theaters and VOD on May 1, she demonstrates the same brand of blunt criticism that she likely applies at the office on her son—and then proceeds to embarrass him in public like only a mother can.

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See Helen Hunt, Samantha Morton, and more in the 'Decoding Annie Parker' poster -- EXCLUSIVE PHOTO

Decoding Annie Parker

The first trailer for Steven Bernstein’s Decoding Annie Parker gave us a lot to think about, from one woman’s journey to discover the genetic components of breast cancer to what Aaron Paul looks like with long hair. And now we have the exclusive reveal of the film’s first poster.

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'Decoding Annie Parker' trailer: Putting faith in the future -- VIDEO

Could breast cancer be genetic? That’s the question at the center of Steven Bernstein’s Decoding Annie Parker.

Loosely based on a true story, the film follows Annie Parker, played by Samantha Morton, as she discovers that, much like her mother and her sister, she also has breast cancer. Helen Hunt, who plays a researcher, then teams up with Annie and a group of scientists to try and find a genetic link to the disease.

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Helen Hunt and John Hawkes talk 'terrified' sex in 'The Sessions' -- EXCLUSIVE CLIP

In The Sessions, out in theaters Friday, John Hawkes plays sweetly loving and utterly virginal real-life poet and writer Mark O’Brien, who was paralyzed from the neck down due to polio. He takes it upon himself to lose his virginity in a very unusual way, through sessions with a smiling blonde therapeutic sex surrogate, played by Helen Hunt.

Check out this exclusive clip from the movie below: 

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