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A man can see and talk to people’s imaginary friends, befriending those that have been forgotten or discarded. Some imaginary friends turn to the dark side and become evil.
While Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb first begin performing together in the late 1950s, much of their popularity comes after they write songs for the 1977 film "Saturday Night Fever" that prolongs the popularity of disco and leads to one of the top selling albums ever. The trio's worldwide sales of over 220 million records established them as one of the biggest selling groups of all time.
Centers on 18-year-old Chris (Schwarzenegger), who becomes stranded between life and death when a tragic accident threatens to separate him from his girlfriend Olivia (Liberato), forever. Watching from a ghostly afterlife, as she blames herself for his death, Chris finds a way to reach Olivia in her dreams.
After being threatened by Boko Haram, the Adewumi family flees Nigeria and escapes terrorism in their home country. They seek and receive asylum in America, and — against all odds — find a welcoming new home in New York. Living in a homeless center on religious asylum, their 8-year-old son, Tani, wins the 2019 New York State chess championship, despite only being introduced to the game two years prior.
Lucille Ball is married for 20 years to Desi Arnaz, with whom she stars on the TV sitcom "I Love Lucy." Ball has two children with Arnaz before they divorce in 1960. She marries Gary Morton the following year.
Florence Darrow is a small-town striver who believes that she's destined to become a celebrated writer. When she stumbles onto an opportunity to become the assistant to "Maud Dixon", a celebrated—but completely anonymous—novelist of almost mythical status, Florence believes that the universe is finally providing her with her big chance. The arrangement comes with conditions—high secrecy, endless NDAs, living in an isolated house upstate—but to her, all this is little short of idyllic. Before long, the two of them are on a research trip to Morocco, to inspire and help along the much-promised second novel. All is crumbling villas, red sunsets and long, whisky-filled evening discussions… until Florence wakes up in a hospital, having narrowly survived a car crash. Either her world has just fallen apart, or she now has the greatest ever opportunity to live the life she believes pre-ordained for her.
Story centers on a recently divorced father who joins a "youthful cover band" to fund a custody battle against his ex-wife.
Three friends rent a Bahamas beach house over the summer for relaxation, only to come and realize that the location is actually a MI-6 safe house already occupied by a CIA operative. When the house comes under attack, the three friends must team up with the spy in order to survive the ordeal.
"Reaper" is the story of Virgil, a private investigator who finds himself recruited by the darkly beautiful and mysterious Delia. As he begins to work for Delia, Virgil is suddenly immersed in a surreal underworld, one where the boundaries of life and death, as well right and wrong, are completely blurred. This unlikely journey also reveals the harrowing answers to the fate of Virgil's own daughter.
Location: UK - Unknown
A crazed Chechen nationalist, Basayev, seizes control of Chernobyl, site of the infamous nuclear meltdown, and threatens to unleash a radioactive cloud unless his nationalist blackmail demands are met. Luc Devereaux (Van Damme) joins a U.S. team of revived UniSoldiers secretly held in deep storage. Their mission: retake Chernobyl and disable explosives that will unleash the radioactive clouds. Luc is surprised when he finds one of the reactivated UniSoldiers is a clone of his old Sergeant, Andrew Scott (Lundgren). But the cloned Andrew has no recollection of Luc. As the team furiously battles its way into the Chernobyl plant, they are caught off guard. Using a mind-control chip, Baseyev turns Andrew against his own comrades. Now surrounded, wounded, and out-numbered, Luc must battle Andrew, and save the world.
Greg Louganis starts taking dance, acrobatics and gymnastics classes at 18 months, after witnessing his sister's classes and attempting to join in. By the age of three, he is practicing daily and is competing and giving public performances. He also takes up trampolining, and at the age of nine begins diving lessons after the family gets a swimming pool. Later, he goes on to win Olympic Gold Medals. Six months before the 1988 Olympics, Louganis is diagnosed with HIV but it's not until years later that he comes out as being gay.
Centers on one of the largest manhunts in history as FBI agent Jim Freeman (Viggo Mortensen) takes on the unsolved case of the Unabomber, who terrorised Americans with 16 bombings over the course of two decades.
Set in an America following a second Civil War over fought over abortion, a new law states that no life can be taken until the age of 13, but from 13 to 17 parents and guardians can "unwind" any child they want. (Unwinding means harvesting a person's organs.) Three teens, who were to be unwound for various reasons, go on the run.