During the 22nd Century, science and technology had advanced beyond ethical bounds, so most of mankind reversed course. Eventually, global dictatorships violated the United Nation's ...
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The military draft is back, three best friends are drafted and given 30 days to report for duty. In that time, they're forced to confront everything they believe about courage, duty, love, friendship and honor.
Truman has loved Beth for as long as he can remember. But she's the hot girl, and he's the kind of guy the jocks shove into lockers. He enlists the help of his good but reluctant friend Ari to pose as his girlfriend to make Beth jealous.
Told from the perspective of unseen documentary filmmakers, Gamer's Paradise offers an honest, often-hilarious look into millennial living. Four friends put themselves a unique situation. 500 square feet of unique situation, that is.
Set in the late 1980's Hap and Leonard is a darkly comic swamp noir of two best friends, one femme fatale, a crew of washed up revolutionaries, a pair of murderous psycho killers, some lost loot, and the fuzz.
Michael Kenneth Williams,
During the 22nd Century, science and technology had advanced beyond ethical bounds, so most of mankind reversed course. Eventually, global dictatorships violated the United Nation's Bioethics Treaty, secretly stockpiling arms. As a result, an oblivious America was attacked. Retaliation with augmented nuclear weaponry had unforeseen effects, affecting most survivors in the Western Hemisphere and altering the rest. Those infected became ravenous beasts, feeding off the remaining population. But pockets of humanity remain.Written by
The cast was originally Amber Masterson (as Kat), Brenden Whitney (as Blake), Cal Nguyen (as Jim), Frank Rodrigez (as Landon), Lauren Jones-Gardner (as Rosie), Natalie Snow (as Rachael), Shaun Frenza (as Cameron) and Thomas Owens (as Russell). When the rights were sold to Cal Nguyen, he was the only one to remain with the project except for Amber, who's character was recast, but she remained as head composer on the production side. See more »
Love the way this show keeps getting better every single time, every episode, and season to season! Without a budget too? How's that even possible, right? These volunteers have a lot of passion and talent. Looks like some of them are doing some other great things either in Hollywood or the independent world. The writing progressively keeps up the ante to a climax in the season 2 finale with explosive moments and action with some tear-jerk ones here. I'm a forever fan! Can't wait to see the new third season, looks like major changes and surprises.
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