Set at Yale University circa 1969, during the height of America's cultural and political revolution - a time when the campus is being upended by antiwar protests, race riots and the arrival... See full summary »
When three teen friends are forced by their parents to get summer jobs, they decide to invent fake jobs and hang out instead, but then embark on a series of get-rich-quick schemes to make ... See full summary »
Robert T. Bogue,
Rory MacNeil, a rugged old Scotsman, travels to San Francisco to seek medical treatment. He moves in with his estranged son Rory, as he sees his life getting transformed through a newfound bond with his baby grandson.
After being dumped by her fiancé for being unadventurous, a woman (Amy Smart) sets out to prove him wrong by tracking down the handsome stranger (Adrian Grenier), whose cellphone she found on the subway.
When Clyde wanders out of Texas and ends up in North Philadelphia he finds a new partner in a traumatized young man lost in his obsession with Michael Jackson. Can he talk his new find into following a life of crime?
Likely a sequel to 2018's "Christmas at Graceland," this movie has an all-new cast including Adrian Grenier, Kaitlin Doubleday, Priscilla Presley and Chase Bryant. Premieres: Sunday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
A bank manager haunted by a violent heist that took the life of a coworker teams up with his ex-cop neighbor to bring down the assailant, initiating an explosive counterattack that brings all three men to the breaking point.
Brian A. Miller
In his quest for power, D.C. aide Michael Lawson will do anything to take part in Senator Baines's White House campaign, including blackmailing Baines's shady advisor and sleeping with the candidate's wife. But when he gets involved with the senator's daughter, Lawson learns his dangerous game could have a deadly payoff.
Political drama with no new ground covered. Stale dialogue and forced performances relegate this to the level of garbage found within the lowest rated video titles crammed on to sites like netflix. Adrien Grenier and Mimi Rogers careers have gone nowhere lately and this effort most certainly won't help their cause. I can't see any point in making mediocre films like this. Avoid 1/10.
14 of 16 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this