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A small-town Oregon teacher (Keri Russell) and her brother (Jesse Plemons), the local sheriff, become entwined with a young student (Jeremy T. Thomas) harboring a dangerous secret with frightening consequences.
Location: CA - British Columbia
Two good friends find themselves rooting for players of rival basketball teams. One man will be an ardent supporter of Kobe Bryant and the other LeBron James.
Four friends, all teachers at various stages of middle age, are stuck in a rut. Unable to share their passions either at school or at home, they embark on an audacious experiment from an obscure philosopher: to see if a constant level of alcohol in their blood will help them find greater freedom and happiness. At first they each find a new-found zest, but as the gang pushes their experiment further, issues that have been simmering for years come to a head and the men are faced with a choice: reckon with their behavior or continue on the same course.
Anastasia Romanov escapes through a portal when her family is threatened by Vladimir Lenin, and she finds herself in the year 1988, befriended by a young American girl.
Follows Steve (Kelvin Harrison Jr. ), a 17-year-old honors student and aspiring filmmaker in Harlem, who is being charged with felony murder for a crime he says he didn't commit.
The film takes place in Las Vegas in the future and tells of a father trying to save his daughter from imminent death in a zombie-infested world.
More adventures with Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne.
American heiress Virginia Hall attempts to break into the ranks of the American Foreign Service in the years before World War II. Rejected because of gender and a disability — she lost part of her leg in a hunting accident — Hall works during the war for the British intelligence unit SOE. She later joins the OSS, the forerunner of the CIA.
The plot could revolve around a coming-of-age love story.
Aru Shah, a twelve-year old girl of Indian descent, lives in an annex of the Museum of Ancient Indian Arts and Culture and is known to lie to her classmates at a rich Atlanta private day school to get them to view her traditional wardrobe as something exotic and not freaky.
"A Jazz Man's Blues" is set in the post-World War II South, where a young black jazz singer leaves his rural town in search of fame. During his absence, it's discovered that he had an affair with a local married woman. But all is not as it seems: the woman is actually his former lover and a light skinned black who has been passing as white. Her racist husband has no idea about her color or her past, and organizes the local Klan chapter to hunt down the jazz singer. Now a successful performer in Chicago, the jazz singer finds himself drawn back South to help save his mother's ailing nightclub and face his accusers.
Based on the true story of a woman who unwittingly became the voice of German propaganda targeted to American troops during WWII.
In the early 70's, Jon Roberts, an injured Vietnam veteran by the age of 20, ends up involved in gangland takeovers of NYC nightclubs. He goes to Miami where he deals billions of dollars of cocaine for the Medellin drug cartel and ultimately spends 10 years in prison.
A Chinese billionaire opens a new factory in the husk of an abandoned General Motors plant and hires 2,000 blue-collar Americans. Early days of hope and optimism diminish into China clashes with working-class America.
The story centers on a brother and sister who move into their late great-grandfather's home after their father dies. They must use his amulet to rescue their widowed mother from a beast who lures her into an underground world.
Ignatius J. Reilly is 30 years old and lives at home with his mother in New Orleans. When he's not working on a writing project, he's complaining about virtually everything and insulting everyone, to the point that he alienates all those around him. Eventually, when left with no other options, he has to find a job. This film adaptation of the John Kennedy Toole novel has been rumored for years, but it now looks to be under way at Miramax. The author never lived to see the book's publication; he committed suicide in 1969. The book went on to win the Pulitzer Prize.