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As you can guess, that makes it fairly broad. In other words, expect the unexpected! Also, I normally do 20 of these things, but these 10 are much longer and more detailed than usual.
Bron Welty, an A-list actor and action star, has been arrested for the murder of his live-in housekeeper. The cop heading the case is older, ex-military, a veteran of more than one war, and an occasional sufferer of PTSD.
The next interrogation was supposed to be routine: But the moment he gets in the room, he knows something is wrong. Sorry, I just had to leave this here.
The sheriff, Joe Everyguy, is an upstanding and well-respected man who is determined to get to the bottom of what might be the grisliest case of his career. But as the crime unfolds, revealing prejudice, covered up abuse, and sexual philandering in and around the school, he begins to realize two things: And two, all the evidence points toward one suspect: If he quits now, he abandons a lifetime of intentional integrity and the town he loves as home.
The Earth has long been left behind as uninhabitable. Justice ignores all of this ninety percent of the time; unfortunately, when he walks into the museum late one night to inspect a possible forgery of year-old Martian sculpture, he finds two dead bodies: As the tensions grow thicker and the body count grows higher, Justice finds himself coming out of retirement to save the innocents on this moon who are about to be caught in the crossfire.
A lighthouse on a barren cliff in Canada. Two lighthouse keepers, German immigrants, are alone for the winter and effectively cut off from the rest of the world until the ice thaws. Both Wilhelm and Matthias are settled in for the long haul with warm clothes, canned goods, and matches a-plenty.
Then Wilhelm starts hearing voices. Little by little, Wilhelm grows convinced that Matthias is trying to convince him Wilhelm to kill himself.
And if it is real, what will he do to defend himself? There are so many months until spring… Bonus: The pollution is so bad that citizens almost never step outside, traveling instead via tubes between residence and work, or the small, expensive shops and home. Even the domiciles are all underground, small two-room apartments run completely by nano-bot technology and voice-command.
Eventually, they manage to grieve together instead of apart, and rebuild their lives… but it all comes to a crashing halt when a stranger rings the doorbell.
It is a young man who claims to be their son. In fact, he controls food. He controls the air supply. Little by little, he takes over their lives, forcing them both to quit their jobs and huddle in their cold and frightening home as they struggle to survive to this invasion of a so-called son who acts nothing like a son should.
Why is he doing this? Is he really their son? And can they possibly fight him when the nano-bot run home obeys his every command? Shah is the son of the Rajah of BahSeengSay, arguably the richest heir in the world, and dangerously bored.
How does he fill his time? Shah, convinced of his own near-immortality, takes the case… but when he leaves the palace for the first time in his life, following clues, he discovers life on the outside is nowhere near as idyllic as life within. Roving gangs, packs of wild dogs, and desperate thugs who see him as an easy target are the least of his concerns.
No, I will not apologize for the Avatar reference. Many are being forcibly sterilized.For 's UK filmed crime dramas For 's UK filmed series.
For European made 's filmed dramas. Most of these filmed series have strangely sunk into oblivion. One Step Beyond can be found on dvd, and Whiplash has curiously been issued on the Network dvd, who have also given us the very much forgotten Overseas Press Club.
Singin' in the Rain / The Music Man / Seven Brides For Seven Brothers / Yankee Doodle Dandy / Elvis-Viva Las Vegas (5 Film Collection Musicals).
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Top Cat: The Movie (also known in Spanish as Don Gato y su Pandilla, literally "Top Cat and His Gang") is a Mexican-Argentine animated family action comedy film based on the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series, Top Cat, which ran from to on ABC in the United States..
Produced by Ánima Estudios and Illusion Studios, the film was first . Children and Teens Videotapes in the Media Resources Center, UC Berkeley.
preserving lesser known British crime and adventure television series from the fifties and sixties on film and video.