Donna Yaklich meets Dennis the policeman and thinks she might have found a good relationship. But Dennis is obsessed with weight-lifting and uses steroids, which make him aggressive and ... See full summary »
A young high school student is raped by a classmate. However, when word of the crime gets out, instead of condemning the rapist--a member of the school's championship football team--the ... See full summary »
Brian Austin Green,
A teenage girl whose father committed suicide several years earlier. When she discovers that her wealthy uncle refused to give her dad the financial help he was desperate for, driving him to take his own life, Christie vows to get revenge.
This is the tale of two young lovers who flee from the miseries of their homelife to make it on there own. Nineteen year old Chris, rejected by his family, hopes to go to college and into ... See full summary »
When Lisa starts her freshman year of college, everything seems perfect. She has a new job on the university paper, a handsome new boyfriend, Steven, and together with her new roommate, Shelby, she's pledging a sorority. Her world changes drastically during the sorority's "hell week" as new pledges are asked to perform degrading tasks. Lisa begins to wonder about becoming a sorority sister, but decides to stick it out because she's a "legacy"-that is, her mother is a founding member. During hell week, Shelby mysteriously falls from the campus clock tower late one night and dies. After getting over the initial shock, Lisa becomes convinced that it wasn't a suicide as everyone wants to believe. She begins her own investigation with Steven's help. But no one on campus will listen to them: Lisa's sorority sisters refuse to talk about that night, and the campus officials have closed the case... Written by
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I am a HUGE fan of TV movies, and "Dying to Belong" has to be one of my favorites. The movie is about college hazing. Hilary Swank's character investigates the death of her friend,played by Jenna Von Oy, which she thinks is more than an accident. Jenna Von Oy was great and Mark Paul Gosselar and Sarah Chalke play great supporting roles! If this movie comes on again, don't miss it!
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