Set in 1825, Clare, a young Irish convict woman, chases a British officer through the rugged Tasmanian wilderness, bent on revenge for a terrible act of violence he committed against her family. On the way she enlists the services of an Aboriginal tracker named Billy, who is also marked by trauma from his own violence-filled past.
An impoverished preacher who brings hope to the Miami projects is offered cash to save his family from eviction. He has no idea his sponsor works for the FBI who plan to turn him into a criminal by fueling his madcap revolutionary dreams.
The Keeper tells the extraordinary love story between a young English woman and a German PoW, who together overcome prejudice, public hostility, and personal tragedy. While visiting a PoW ... See full summary »
Alan is a stylish tailor with moves as sharp as his suits. He has spent years searching tirelessly for his missing son Michael who stormed out over a game of scrabble. With a body to identify and his family torn apart, Alan must repair the relationship with his youngest son Peter and solve the mystery of an online player who he thinks could be Michael, so he can finally move on and reunite his family.
The computer screen images show a board with Scrabble colours but with bonus squares in the wrong places. See more »
This movie takes places in the UK; UK Scrabble players will note the following inaccuracies:
A character in the movie says that there are 101 two-letters words playable in Scrabble, but the UK list of playable Scrabble words has had 120 or more two-letter words since at least 2003. There was a time when the North Amercan list of playable Scrabble words had exactly 101 playable two-letter words; it is now up to 107. (The UK list is up to 127.)
(Side note: ZO is playable in the UK but not in North America.)
The term "bingo" for playing all seven letters on one's rack in one term is primarily a North American usage; "bonus" is used more often in the UK. See more »
[Referring to the buttons of a suit jacket, from top to bottom]
What you have to remember about these is: sometimes, always, never.
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