Tattoo girls is a memoir of life as it is and of women as they are. A window to the lives of seven women from the same city where nothing is exactly as it seems and reality is often hidden behind illusions.
A drama of two lost and troubled individuals, Janis suffering from depression & Peter a social worker, who are forever entwined after a traumatic event occurs. Exploring paranoia, the effects of guilt, and the power of true redemption.
Plot centers on a pair of college-age students fleeing from an unidentified enemy force. The duo takes refuge in what appears to be an abandoned building, but they quickly discover the building they thought was empty is anything but.
An urban legend turns into a night to remember. Father Genova haunts the lands of Red Clay for his demon master. A group of friends and family make a trip to Red Clay to party in the lands,... See full summary »
The countdown to terror has begun. Astronaut Eli Cologne became the first man on Mars, but something went horribly wrong. Infected by an alien organism, he returned to Earth a savage monster with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh.
Robert J. Gilchrist,
Born into the seedy, underground world of prostitution, 15-year-old Shara has known no other life. Her mother is an aging, career escort, who is now looking to Shara to make the kind of money she made in her youth. After a dramatic encounter with her mom's ex-boyfriend, Shara finds herself alone on the streets of Los Angeles. Struggling to survive, she turns to the only option she believes she ... See full summary »
Jessica Taylor Haid,
Nicole I. Butler
When it comes to crime thriller genre I am a tough judge to please. When I came across this tittle with the Indian actress Elisha Kriis playing the character of a con artist, Erica Tate, I wasn't sure what I was getting into.
To my surprise I honestly did like the movie. It's no nonsense screenplay kept me engaged till the very end. I did come across couple cliches but they didn't bother since the movie didn't linger too much on its faults.
The most endearing part of the film was Elisha's performance as a con artist. It was so easy to go wrong given the storyline but she kept it realistic, simple and believable. Ellie Patrikios as Lauren Haley, William Mark McCullough as Deputy Mike, Ricardo Berdini as Tom and Danny Arroyo as Purcell gave a well rounded performance as well. The movie was well shot and beautiful island imagery was pleasing to the eye. Refreshing and fun to watch.
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