A tournament is watched by dozens of wealthy men betting on which one of the 30 assassins will survive the next 24 hours "kill or die" and claim the USD10,000,000 prize. It takes place in an English town with plenty of CCTVs.
Budapest International Chess Tournament. The most likely winner: Cal Fournier (22), French champion, immature genius, socially awkward, compulsive player. But this time, an unusual 9-... See full summary »
Lou de Laâge,
This is the story of a relationship between a man and his son as told through the son. The story is a gripping drama and the relationships that occur in this wonderful rurual New England ... See full summary »
This is one of the best shows on TV these days!!!!!
This is one of the best shows on TV I have seen in a long time. As a college hockey player who came up through youth programs in Colorado and mass. I had a front seat to understanding what being a hockey parent really means. Back then I obviously didn't understand a lot of how these wild hockey parents would act, but after watching this show everyone will see what the lifestyle is all about. I have never laughed so hard when Barry cry's when his kid can't play on the team. This show should continue and come out on DVD for sure.
Here's to faceoffs, goals, assists, overtime, livin' on the road, cold rinks, early mornings, breakaways, going' top chesse , countless hours of practice, bag skates,thousands of dollars, dangling d-men, big hits, broken twigs, new skates, packin' bombs, wheelin' broads, throwin sauce , coaches, adding the letter "y" to the end of everyone's last name, livin dust, pick up, fights, let downs, miracles and most of all - the game, Hockey
Ben Wahler #13 - "The Tournament" Enthusiest
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