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Haunted Gulf War veteran Janis Mckenzie (Lisa Varga) keeps people at arm's length after returning home from active duty and
losing the love of her life, but finds that her greatest fight is yet to come. As a teenager, Janis watched helplessly as her twin
brother Jamey (Kennth Stellingwerf) killed their parents in cold blood. 20 years later, Jamey is about to get out of prison. He's
vowed to kill his sister as soon as he's released, and now as Janis struggles to bury her darkened past, death comes
knocking on her door.
Two talented young basketball players hustle hard on the court in hopes of winning an underground championship where the
stakes are high, and competition is fierce in this gritty urban sports drama. Moving to a new city with his mother in an attempt to
make a clean break with their abusive past, young Vance studies hard, and starts throwing hoops with local athlete Jules.
Together Vance and Jules make an unbeatable team, and before long they're taking on some of the best ballers in town. Later,
when Vance and Jules are invited to compete in a full contact duel championship, they train to toughen up and crush the
A group of small town high school graduates explore a forbidden area of the forest before leaving for college, and learns
there's a good reason the area was off limits after happening across an abandoned fort with a deadly secret. The walls of
Fort Goben are drenched in blood, and rotting human limbs indicate that something terrible happened in this cold maze of
stone. In that aftermath of that grim discovery, the terrified teens attempt to beat a hasty retreat. Little do they realize that
thanks to The Hunters, no one who enters Fort Goben ever lives to tell the tale.
Two estranged brothers and Mixed Martial Arts fighters confront the forces that tore their family apart as they prepare to do
battle in the ring in this drama from director Gavin O'Connor (Pride and Glory). Tommy Conlon (Tom Hardy) is an ex-Marine
from Pittsburgh who's never quite shaken his troubled past. Upon learning that the purse in an upcoming MMA tournament is
the largest in the league's history, Tommy recruits his father, Paddy (Nick Nolte), a former coach and recovering alcoholic, to
whip him into shape in time for the competition. Meanwhile, as Tommy steadily ascends the ranks by defeating one powerful
opponent after another, his brother, Brendan, struggles to provide for his family with his job as a public school teacher. A
former MMA fighter with a devastating punch, Brendan begins to wonder if he, too, could have a shot at winning the coveted
Tracy Pollan reprises her role as Beth Twitty in this sequel set four years after the events depicted in the 2009 made for
television drama Natalee Holloway, and following Holloway's mother on her continued quest to see her daughter's killer
captured. It's been four long years since Natalee Holloway vanished without a trace, and though all evidence points to Joran
Van Der Sloot as the killer, he continues to walk free. But when it starts to look as if Van Der Sloot's murderous impulses
have resurfaced, Twitty once again enlists the aid of the FBI to try and put him behind bars for good.
A 1960s-era Mississippi debutante sends her community into an uproar by conducting a series of probing interviews with
the black servants behind some of her community's most prominent families. Skeeter (Emma Stone) has just graduated
from college, and she's eager to launch her career as a writer. In a moment of inspiration, Skeeter decides to focus her
attention on the black female servants who work in her community. Her first subject is Aibileen (Viola Davis), the devoted
housekeeper who has been employed by Skeeter's best friend's family for years. By speaking with Aibileen, Skeeter
becomes an object of scorn to the wealthy locals, who view her actions as directly challenging to the established social
In the midst of an intense five-day war between Russia and the Georgian Republic, a rogue American journalist, his loyal
cameraman, and a desperate local woman fight to reveal the truth about the atrocities being committed against innocent
civilians. Andy Garcia, Val Kilmer, Rupert Friend, and Emmanuelle Chriqui star in this explosive war drama from Die Hard 2
director Renny Harlin.
Adapted from author David Nicholls' critically acclaimed novel of the same name, director Lone Scherfig's One Day stars
Anne Hathaway as a principled working-class girl who forges a unique bond with a wealthy jet-setter that spans two
decades. July 15, 1988: Emma (Hathaway) is about to enter the real world. An idealist from humble upbringings, she
dreams of making the world a better place for everyone. On the night of her graduation, Emma (Hathaway) meets Dexter
(Jim Sturgess), a wealthy flirt without a care in the world. Dexter is also graduating, though unlike Emma he looks forward to
a future of comfort and privilege. By checking back with Emma and Dexter every July 15th for the next 20 years, we
experience their happiness, hardships, and heartache as they strive to live out their dreams, and find meaning in a world
that's constantly changing.
Author David L. Cook's best-selling novel Golf's Sacred Journey: Seven Days at the Links of Utopia comes to the big screen in
this inspirational sports drama starring Lucas Black and Robert Duvall. Luke Chisolm (Black) has the drive to become a
professional golfer. Just when he's on the verge of going pro, however, he buckles under the pressure. In the aftermath of that
crushing disappointment, Luke vanishes from the spotlight, uncertain if he'll ever return to the game again. Luke is driving
through Texas when he crashes his car in the town of Utopia, and strikes up a friendship with Johnny Crawford (Duvall), a
rancher who knows more about the game of golf than the troubled young visitor realizes. Now, the more time Luke spends
with Johnny, the more he begins to see life from a new perspective -- a perspective that will not only help Luke to make sense
of where he's been in life, but where he's headed as well. Oscar winner Melissa Leo and True Blood's Deborah Ann Woll
A young Los Angeles couple takes a month off from reality in anticipation of adopting a stray cat in this idiosyncratic drama
from writer/director Miranda July. In 30 days, Sophie and Jason will be the proud owners of a homeless cat named Paw
Paw. Realizing that their lives will never be the same once the new addition arrives in their cramped inner-city apartment, the
anxious young couple decides to quit their jobs, give up the Internet, and explore the vast array of options that life has to offer.
As Jason brings time to a standstill for a stroll on the moon, Sophie ponders the prospect of turning her back on the city for a
future in the suburbs. Meanwhile, in order to find their way back home, Sophie and Jason must finally learn to become one
with their own souls.
A headstrong single mother fights back against a desperate bank robber in this tense thriller from The Marine director John
Bonito. Having recently separated from her abusive ex-husband, Lorraine (Maria Bello) is driving home with her young son
Chad (Connor Hill) when she pulls into a gas station to grab a quick dinner. That's when Roy (Stephen Dorff) appears in her
back seat with a loaded gun, and demands that Lorraine starts driving. Roy is a bank robber who's just pulled off a major
heist. He's on his way to pick up his money, but with the cops everywhere he's sure to be caught if he goes it alone. Though
Roy assures the terrified mother that he will not harm them if they do what he asks, Lorraine begins to suspect they will both
be killed once Roy gets his cash. Realizing that one false move could mean the death of her son yet determined not to be
victimized, Lorraine fights fiercely to gain the upper hand against Roy, and see that he pays for his crime.
Two sisters labor to keep up their family farm following the death of their father, and find their lives transformed by a kindly
stranger they hire as a farmhand. When Ellen (Julie Mond) and Cassie Barlow lost their father, it seemed as if their world might
simply fall apart. Then, one day, Clark Davis (Wes Brown) was passing through town on his way to California when a sudden
spot of trouble left him drowning in debt. Sympathetic, Ellen hires Clark to work on the farm until he gets back on his feet. But
the longer Clark labors on the farm, the closer that he and Ellen become. In time, their relationship blossoms into romance,
offering both a second chance at starting a new life.
A gay teacher at a private high school in Connecticut finds his career and personal life in jeopardy after being accused of
inappropriate conduct with a male student. All Michael wanted was a place to make a home with his partner Daniel, the
owner of a small catering business. He thought that if he just maintained a low profile his sexuality wouldn't be an issue. But
when a troubled student levels a serious accusation at him, Michael discovers that homophobia still runs rampant in his
quiet, sheltered community. Later, things go from bad to worse for Michael when the student runs away from home,
prompting his financially destitute mother and her opportunistic boyfriend to tray and make some quick cash over the
A filmmaker casts ethereal beauty in a project exploring contemporary naturism.
Best friends since childhood, Road Warrior-obsessed pals Woodrow (Evan Glodell) and Aiden (Tyler Dawson) form a
two-man gang dubbed "Mother Medusa" and devote all of their spare time to building flamethrowers in anticipation of the
impending apocalypse. Their ultimate goal: to build a post-holocaust supercar that will inspire awe in the masses and
immediately establish them as the leaders of the primitive new society. But when Woodrow falls in love with Milly (Jessie
Wiseman) following a chance meeting, the inseparable buddies begin to grow apart, and Aiden develops a crush on Milly's
best friend, Courtney (Rebekah Brandes). Later, Woodrow and Milly's whirlwind romance comes to a sudden end, leading to
a tragic accident that leaves Woodrow badly injured.
After his mother becomes incapacitated, teen Alex (Jared Abrahamson) must navigate a series of foster homes in order to
put together a family that will help him achieve his goal of attending Harvard.
This adaptation of Ayn Rand's 1957 objectivist novel Atlas Shrugged tells the first installment in the story of a dystopian future
in which a collectivist society has forced the great thinkers of the world to go on strike, leaving the functioning world without
scientists, engineers, philosophers, or artists. Set against this stark backdrop, a railroad heiress named Dagny Taggart tries
to bring her failing company back from the brink with the development of a new alloy to repair breaks in the lines, and
hopefully calm the business' vital corporate partnership with an oil company. But with the endless bureaucracy of an evil and
corrupt government fighting her at every turn, and her own inept brother battling her for control, Dagny soon finds that in order
to set things right in her world, things must be set right in the world at large.
A teen (Bonnie Dennison) moves with her family to a new town, where she becomes smitten with a charming guy (Michael
Welch), who soon unveils a menacing dark side.
Johnny Worricker is a long-serving M15 officer when his boss and best friend, Benedict Baron, dies suddenly, leaving an
inexplicable file that threatens the stability of the organization. Meanwhile, a seemingly chance encounter with Johnny's
striking next-door neighbor, political activist Nancy Pierpan, seems too good to be true. Johnny may be forced to venture
outside of his very identity to find the truth.
An egocentric rock star retreats to his hometown to recover from the humiliation of a major career misstep, and begins to
reassess his priorities after reconnecting with the childhood friend who helped launch him to stardom. Spyder's (Kevin
Zegers) first album was an unqualified hit. But when his follow-up bombs with fans and critics alike, he decides to go back
to the place where it all began. Once there, the humiliated rocker quickly reconnects with his former best friend and
songwriting partner, Eric (Jason Ritter), who now teaches music to middle school students. Later, as the two former friends
begin some serious soul searching, they are given a second chance to reclaim their rightful place at the top of the charts.
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