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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.
During the 1970s and '80s, the Gucci family's 153 shops move $500 million in product annually. Their elite fashion houses put its stamp on the fashion business.
Tells the true crime story about multiple murders of members of the Osage Indian tribe in Oklahoma that occurred after they found oil on their lands.
A stripper's wild adventure in Florida that led to prostitution, violence and murder.
Marisa Lankester, a young beautiful woman, becomes an insider of the sports betting empire run by Ron "The Cigar" Sacco. She falls in love with his business partner, and moves the business with him from L.A. to Vegas and then the Dominican Republic, where gambling is legal. While she becomes a top model as well as a gambling mogul there, her existence devolves into a nightmare of incarceration and rape, before she finally escapes. She now lives in Switzerland.
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.
Former NASA programmer John McAfee develops the first commercial anti-virus program which is eventually acquired by Intel in 2010 for $7.68 billion. McAfee's personal fortune takes a significant hit in the wake of the financial crisis, forcing him to sell almost everything he owns. While leaving in Belize, Belizean authorities seek him out to question him about the murder of American expatriate and neighbor Gregory Viant Faull in Orange Walk Town. McAfee seeks political asylum in Guatemala, but his plea is denied and he is designated for deportation after allegedly entering the country illegally. While at a detention center, McAfee fakes a heart attack in order to give his attorney time to file a series of appeals that prevents his deportation to Belize, and on December 12, 2012, he was deported to the United States.
The story will center on Ferruccio Lamborghini's life and work, from manufacturing tractors to creating military vehicles during World War II and then on to designing and building the Lamborghini cars that ultimately defined his legacy.
Story of the landmark Signal Hill police brutality case in 1981 with Anthony Mackie playing attorney Johnnie Cochran.
Follows a renegade Moscow detective investigating the murder of a female war journalist who becomes embroiled in a web of counter espionage involving chemical warfare and the assassination of the Russian president.
The film will cover the events of April 1992, when the acquittal of four L.A.P.D. police officers for the near-fatal beating of Rodney King led to devastating riots in Los Angeles that left more than 50 dead and 2,300 injured.
The story of Hiroshima survivor Sadako Sasaki and author Eleanor Coerr, who wrote the worldwide bestselling children’s book “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.
Winston Churchill orchestrates a shift in the war through a top-secret program where he turns a 15-year-old boy into one of England's deadliest assassins.