When a teacher is arrested in Tennessee for trying to teach evolution in 1925, a young ambitious reporter must choose whether to take advice from his sweetheart or the notorious columnist when it comes to his approach to the story.
Thriller about governments around the world racing to attempt to stop a terrorist organization from gaining loose nuclear weapons and supplies before it's too late. DVD includes a 15 minute... See full summary »
At the end of 1952, with the best years of Hank Williams's career behind him, he hires a local kid to drive him through the Appalachian countryside for a pair of New Years shows in West Virginia and Ohio.
Fred Dalton Thompson
By the age of 12, Jack Stone had experienced more life grit than most adults. In desperation, he decides to grab the controls, make a list as his road map and set out to accomplish life his... See full summary »
In a hyperreal combination of live action and animation, an unhinged musician preoccupied with self-mythologizing daydreams struggles to release his first album after 15 years of recording songs alone.
Joel Marsh Garland,
James Golden is a small town, middle aged lawyer. He has raised his family and spent his entire life in Harper, Alabama. When a major nursing home malpractice death case comes into his office, he is determined to handle the case all the way to a jury trial, even though it is an area of law in which he has never practiced and against corporate defendants that never lose. An inexperienced but eager young associate, Paul Bruce, joins the fight with him. The intensity of the litigation takes them both to places and challenges they never knew and far from a small town to a larger life. Written by
This movie captures the reality and emotion of the country lawyer while at the same time humanizing the profession. The best portrayal of the profession of law rather than the business of law since Aticus Finch. Not only a must view for the lay person but also required viewing for the law student. God, family, community and the law all portrayed elegantly with Southern charm. Bill Lundy has created a timeless work of art that is suitable for all ages that is educational and entertaining. Lundy tells a beautiful story about the complexities of justice, life and death yet does so with an adherence to the raw purity of truth. The movie is a breath of fresh air from the gratuitous smog of Hollywood with it's ability to convey that simplicity is an intellectually acquired taste.
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