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A special military unit fights a powerful, out-of-control supercomputer and hundreds of scientists who have mutated into flesh-eating creatures after a laboratory accident.
New adventures with original characters Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, Susie and Angelica.
Following the rise of Aretha Franklin’s career from a child singing in her father’s church’s choir to her international superstardom, Respect is the remarkable true story of the music icon’s journey to find her voice.
Marlon Wayans, Tate Donovan, Sue Baden-Powell, Liesl Tommy, Scott Bernstein, Jason Cloth, Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker, Stacy Sher, Tracey Scott Wilson, Skye Dakota Turner, Hailey Kilgore, Saycon Sengbloh, Tituss Burgess, Marc Maron, Harvey Mason, Aaron L. Gilbert, Mary J. Blige, Audra McDonald, Heather Headley
In a world where monster wrestling is a global sport and monsters are superstar athletes, teenage Winnie seeks to follow in her father’s footsteps by coaching a lovable underdog monster into a champion.
Terry Crews, Will Arnett, Susan Levison, Jimmy Tatro, Chuck Peil, Steve O’Brien, Richard Lowell, Hamish Grieve, Brad Booker, Mark Bakshi, Roman Reigns, Michael Buffer, Becky Lynch, Stephen A. Smith, Naia Cucukov, Geraldine Viswanathan, Tony Danza, Matt Lieberman, Jeff Fierson, Ben Schwartz, Etan Cohen, Frank Smith
The story of Ronald Reagan's life from boyhood to Hollywood actor to leader of the free world.
A man works for the international police agency. "Red Notice" refers to the highest and most serious of Interpol notices (there are eight) and concerns the arrest of wanted criminals.
An American NASCAR driver who revitalizes his career by entering an international Rally Car race across China, and learns to win as part of a team when he joins forces wit a young Chinese woman who yearns to become a driver herself.
A janitor at a Louisiana middle school takes over the boys' basketball program and leads the team to the state championship.
Location: US - Louisiana
Set in a small town in northern Chile, a taciturn widower becomes the manager of his ten year old daughter when she accidentally discovers the power to find water underground. Expectations of better welfare cause irreversible changes in the family.
On October 3, 2009, more than 300 Taliban fighters launch a predawn raid on a remote and controversial American outpost near the Afghan-Pakistani border, overrunning its perimeter defenses and breaching its wire. Staff Sgt. Clinton Romesha, a husband and father of three children, plans and leads a small band of soldiers in a counterattack against seemingly insurmountable odds, saving dozens of American lives, and ultimately receiving the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions.
A teenage boy suffers a malady that makes him gravely allergic to sunlight. His mother, so devoted to her son’s care that she has alienated the rest of their family, creates an oddly sustainable nocturnal lifestyle for him at the expense of her own well-being. When a neighborhood girl goes missing, the balance that kept them afloat begins to unravel.
Follows a woman discovers that her wealthy fiance is cheating on her. She enlists her best friend and a crew of miscreant lowlifes to transform their perfect wedding into a circus of revenge.
Reykjavik takes place over a few days in 1986, when President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev met for talks in the Icelandic capital to iron out peace against the backdrop of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
When the father’s operation is raided by the ATF, the youngest son looks to keep the business alive while the older son understands the threat that the surrounding competition and the cartel possess, all of whom look to prey on their instability and ultimately the entire family’s survival.
A fertility doctor believes firmly in life and death, but after noticing the strange behavior of her young daughter, must challenge her own values and confront a ghost from her part.
Set in the late 1960s when cheap counterculture films are minting money, struggling studio 20th Century Fox gives soft-core pulp director Russ Meyers the opportunity to direct "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls" because his profit margins are so high and his costs are miniscule. Meyer agrees to take on "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls" on the condition that the script is written by film critic Roger Ebert, who had written one of the few positive reviews Meyer had ever received. Meyers and Ebert struggle with the studio's board of directors and the ratings board, but despite being the rare major studio release with an X rating, they are vindicated when "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls" is released in 1970 to big box office.
Centers on a socially awkward genius (Clayton) who divulges to a pro-suicide support group that he plans to kill himself after being constantly picked on by a former childhood friend and school bully (Doww) and his widowed father, for whom he harbors a deep resentment for over his mother’s death. When the new quirky kid (Bragg) in school befriends him, his plans are sidetracked.