Eric Williams is a man on the run for 27 years for a murder he didn't commit. When his estranged daughter is brutally attacked in London, the police are reluctant to act and so Eric must ...
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Gene has the world - he's a successful entrepreneur, beautiful home, beautiful car, everything he could ask for except for one thing. Then he meets Gilda and the two fall in love and marry.... See full summary »
THE DARKEST UNIVERSE is BAFTA-nominated directors Will Sharpe and Tom Kingsley's surreal and hilarious follow-up to the critically acclaimed BLACK POND. Described by Sharpe and Kingsley as ... See full summary »
An ordinary British family and their friend are accused of murder when a stranger dies at their dinner table. Black Pond is an existential comedy drama starring two-time BAFTA winner Chris ... See full summary »
A comedic and sometimes poignant look at the absurdity of today's college applications process for parents and teens. Joan Cusack stars as a stressed out-mom trying to get her teen daughter Taylor Rockefeller into college.
Michael C. 'Mike' Allen,
An underprivileged scholar from India obsessed about gaining admission into an Ivy League School lies about receiving an acceptance letter from Harvard University and ends up in the opulent world of his peers.
Ryan Matthew Chan
Ethan Song Han Joon,
Eric Williams is a man on the run for 27 years for a murder he didn't commit. When his estranged daughter is brutally attacked in London, the police are reluctant to act and so Eric must return to a city he no longer recognizes to deal with the culprits himself, relying on help from his last remaining friends. Written by
Leslie Grantham (Ronnie) and Chris Langham (Danny) are both convicted felons. Grantham murdered a West German taxi driver Felix Reese in Osnabrück, Lower Saxony on December 3, 1966. He was convicted of murder in 1967 and sentenced to life imprisonment but only served ten years. On August 2, 2007, Langham was convicted of 15 counts of downloading and possessing child pornography. He was sentenced to ten months in prison on September 14, 2007. However, he was released on November 2, 2007 after his sentence was reduced on appeal. See more »