After having spent many years working as an assassin for the New York Underworld, Chris Richardson decides to leave that life behind her, fed up with the killings and bloodshed. Setting out to begin a new life with her lover, she quickly finds out that once you're in, you never leave.
A drama based on the true story in which a black Vietnam-era veteran is allegedly murdered by a local white businessman who is later exonerated. The plot focuses on the role of a local high school teacher and the civil unrest that followed the acquittal.
Based on the novel by New York Times best-selling author Beverly Lewis, "The Confession" is the continuing story of Katie Lapp, a young Amish woman who goes on a journey in search of her ... See full summary »
Depressed single mom Adele and her son Henry offer a wounded, fearsome man a ride. As police search town for the escaped convict, the mother and son gradually learn his true story as their options become increasingly limited.
When Sally Wilson, is called to the office of a city lawyer it's revealed she's been bequeathed £5 million but in order to qualify for the transfer of funds, Sally must first "kill a man who deserves to die."
I've been a Western nut for 65 years, this is not a great one.
There was good color and superb scenery (the real reason why an Easterner likes Westerns, anyway) but the story was not all that great. Even old Hopalong Cassidy movies gave us more realistic stories. I taped it off the Digital Channel and was about to abort the effort, when I saw Kate. Cheryl Lawson was one of the prettiest women I've seen in Westerns in ages, way back since the days of Dorothy Malone, Gail Davis and even prettier than Peggy Stewart or Barbara Stanwick (at their best). The real only good thing about this movie was Kate. All she had to do is stand still, where some actresses have to work like the devil to become noticed, like LD in "Citizen Ruth". Well, it's the truth!!
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