In the 1960s, a group of friends at an all girls school learn that their school is going to be combined with a nearby all boys school. They concoct a plan to save their school while dealing with everyday problems along the way.
When Berke Landers, a popular high school basketball star, gets dumped by his life-long girlfriend, Allison, he soon begins to lose it. But with the help of his best friend Felix's sister ... See full summary »
The film philosophical approach at redemption. The protagonist Manual Jordan has gotten parole from a life sentence for the murder of Abner Easley, and returns to the city he lived in to ... See full summary »
Billy Bob Thornton,
Alex decides to have an affair with a woman named Linda while he is on business in New Orleans. When he returns home to his wife and child, he is surprised to find that his wife has hired ... See full summary »
Fred Olen Ray
Paul Michael Robinson,
A television film based on the tragic death in 1985 of Nancy Eaton, department store heiress, brutally murdered by her childhood family friend. Based on the book, "A Question of Guilt", by ... See full summary »
A newly hired executive for a multinational corporation, Larry Sorenson is kidnapped at gunpoint. The hostage takers send video demands directly to Larry's wife, Elizabeth demanding the ... See full summary »
A mythic memory play in the vein of The Wicker Man, Deeply is the story of a traumatized teenager, Claire McKay, who is brought to the Island of her ancestors in the hopes of she will recover from the sudden death of her first love. Claire encounters an eccentric writer, Celia, who tells her the story of another grief-stricken teenager, Silly, and the curse which has haunted the Island since the days of the Vikings. As Celia recounts the story of Silly and her great loss, a story that is yet without an ending, Claire relives her own trauma and undergoes a catharsis which sets her spirit free, healed of the grief and horror. As Celia said, a good story does indeed have the power to heal. But the ending to Celia's story has still to be written... Written by
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The film's tagline, "All of life is salt water... tears, sweat, and the sea," is a quote from Dylan Thomas. See more »
This simple island girl knows a good thing when she sees it: fine family, good-looking boy. There's a future there.
Just because she's not like those fools you invite home, caring for nothing but their latest dress and their father's money.
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I really love this movie. I've seen it on WE (Women's Entertainment). It's brilliantly directed, and the actresses and actors are great. It's different from any other kind of movie that I have seen, which is a plus. I love how the movie runs parallel to Celia's traumatic experiences. I think Kirsetn Dunst does a pretty awesome job in this film. The only thing that really bothered me was her accent. Trent Ford is adorable and is spectacular. I really would recommend this movie to anyone. I don't think it is just a chick flick. I mean, some guys would probably gag at it at times, but if they admire film making and are a serious movie watcher, they would enjoy it.
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