Rose Ricard has a gift, she can see into your soul. She can discern the truth from a lie and sometimes, she can perceive the very thoughts before they are formed in your mind. She uses ... See full summary »
Paul D. Hannah
My Favorite Five is a romantic comedy with hilarious twists and turns. Hailey is a self-proclaimed serial dater who has no interest in marriage, kids or a picket fence. Hailey does however ... See full summary »
Marcus Wright (Daniel Dambroff) is in love with Gabby (Elise McNamara). A devastating accident nearly kills her and renders her in a vegetative state. She can no longer walk or talk. Marcus... See full summary »
When a bank is hit by a brutal heist, all evidence points to the owner and his high-powered clients. But as a group of FBI agents dig deeper into the case - and the deadly heists continue - it becomes clear that a larger conspiracy is at play.
Steven C. Miller
The night before their high school graduation, Jessie and her friends are guided by a 'Find My iPhone' app to recover her lost device from a house whose demented tenants are hell bent on making her a flesh and blood member of the family.
Kirby Bliss Blanton,
Prior to the Iranian revolution it was a place where people of all religions were allowed to flourish. This is the story of a prosperous Jewish family who abandon everything before they are consumed by the passions of revolutionaries.
Thirlby and Feldman play a couple confronted by the fear that settling down and getting married means their carefree days as city-dwelling young adults coming to an abrupt and depressing ... See full summary »
"Frat Star" explores the alluring, superficial, manipulative, and dark world of Ivy League fraternity culture. An insecure, poor, and broken-hearted Nick enters freshman year with no ... See full summary »
Grant S. Johnson,
Courtney C. Clark
Screenwriter Brett Alan Bentman and Director Alexander Thomas Scott spin Goldilocks on it's head and re-imagine this beloved children's classic as an edge of your seat, nail biting thriller... See full summary »
Alexander Thomas Scott
Jonathan Erickson Eisley,
If you want to watch a movie where every single scene is an argument, and I mean this literally, there is barely one scene in the movie where the lead role isn't arguing, yelling, or being yelled at by everyone he interacts with, then watch Element. Personally I watch movies to relax, but this one had me yelling too, at the actors, at the script writer, at the director, everything. I managed to make it to the end, which surprised me, I had really hoped for the plot to change, or the actors to start acting instead of yapping fast lines. If I have to say something positive, it's that the movie has a start, a middle and an ending, though not a very good ending. Summary: bad acting, bad script and a lot of yelling.
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