A policeman - denied a spot with the Secret Service - finds himself in the White House when a terrorist paramilitary group attempts a takeover. Non-stop action!
A pair of taxi-driving NYC detectives take up the case of tourists who are robbed of their money and luggage by a shady limo driver. Things get dicey when the tourists accidentally get mixed up in a drug dealer's murder and money heist, while the detectives go after a hit man posing as a friend from the `hood'.
A hypochondriac soldier's girlfriend stows away on his ship, bound for the Pacific during World War II. Kaye's screen debut!
A coming-of-age story about four working-class friends who are as clam diggers.
In a small town in the 1950s, rich young girls and poor boys find their lives - and loves - interconnecting in ways that don't set well with the older generation. With Billy Crudup, Jennifer Connelly.
Little Chenier -- Trailer: A drama based in Louisiana
Oh, What a Night -- US Home Video Trailer from New Line
Inventing the Abbotts -- A light-hearted story of two brothers courting three sisters.
Bob and Margaret: Season 4: Episode 2 -- Margaret gets called to Jury Duty but Bob has planned a holiday for them and begs her to get herself excused?
City of Hope -- John Sayles's CITY OF HOPE focuses on the network of greed and influence surrounding an urban development plan and its effects on the innocent and guilty alike. It is John Sayles's elegy for the ruined dreams of one segment of urban American society.
Up in Arms -- Teen hosts, Alex Dale and Emily Jordan, recruit other teens in this sketch comedy and variety show. They explore 'social' issues in a comedic way and interact with the public in several 'interesting' venues. Hilarity ensues.
Capitol Policeman John Cale (Channing Tatum) has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when the complex is overtaken by a heavily armed paramilitary group. Now, with the nation's government falling into chaos and time running out, it's up to Cale to save the president, his daughter, and the country.
While on a tour of the White House with his young daughter, a Capitol policeman springs into action to save his child and protect the president from an armed group of paramilitary invaders.
Capitol Policeman John Cale (Channing Tatum) has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when the complex is overtaken by a heavily armed paramilitary group.
This outrageous comedy stars Richard Dreyfuss (Mr.. Holland's Opus) and sexy Jenna Elfman (TV's Dharma and Greg), who discover that primitive culture is as close as your own backyard! Instead of documenting a previously unknown trible in New Guinea, Professor James Krippendorf (Dreyfuss) has blown the last two years ... and all his grant money ... rearing his out-of-control kids! Desperate to bluff his way past impatient colleagues, Krippendorf decides to focus his camera on the wildest tribe he can find: his own outragoues offspring! With a top cast including Lily Tomlin (Disney's The Kid) -- you'll find the crowd-pleasing lengths taken to pull off this hoax absolutely hilarious!
A professor given a grant to document a tribe in New Guinea finds himself far more immersed in his family's antics than in research. Desperate to appease his impatient colleagues, he attempts to pass his own offspring off as a wilderness tribe!
Instead of documenting a previously unknown trible in New Guinea, Professor James Krippendorf (Richard Dreyfuss) has blown the last two years ... and all his grant money ... rearing his out-of-control kids! Desperate to bluff his way past impatient colleagues, Krippendorf decides to focus his camera on the wildest tribe he can find: his own outragoues offspring!
Forbidden love and impossible dreams intertwine when the handsome working-class Holt brothers are drawn to the beautiful and wealthy Abbott sisters. Sparks fly, passions flare, and family loyalties are suddenly torn and tested against a small town backdrop of social boundaries and dark secrets. Starring an all-star cast including Joaquin Phoenix, Billy Crudup, Liv Tyler and Jennifer Connelly, Inventing the Abbotts re-invents the trials and triumphs of coming of age in a time of innocence that was anything but.
In a 1950s Illinois town, a pair of blue-collar brothers sets out to romance three upper-class sisters, much to the dismay of their tyrannical father.
A noise complaint leads Andy and Swarek to an illegal warehouse party, and to an injured John Doe -- a homeless squatter who's been stabbed in the warehouse. While Gail and Dov detain the partygoers for questioning, Andy and Swarek apprehend a surprising witness -- Oliver's 15-year old daughter, Izzy. And Izzy's involvement in the crime nearly pushes Oliver over the edge -- as a father and as a cop.
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While answering a domestic disturbance call, Andy's personal life is turned inside out when the social worker on the scene turns out to be her estranged mother. While Andy is forced to deal with her issues as she works alongside her mother, Swarek, Nick, Chris and Gail track down the desperate mother in the case.
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Mark and Vogel execute a plan to uncover the identity of the mole in the FBI; Mark moves out of the house to protect his family; Keiko continues her search for Bryce.
Demetri puts a rush on his wedding plans; Wedeck tries to help Aaron infiltrate Jericho to rescue Tracy; Olivia and Lloyd's friendship grows stronger.
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Mark finds himself on the defense during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing; Janis wonders how her vision will affect her current romantic relationship; Olivia receives an anonymous message.
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City life might not be a march toward progress. But 12,000 years ago, a change in human behavior determined the nature of modern civilization.
When a man’s body is found gutted, burned and hung up like a scarecrow on the roof of the Federal Building, Booth and Brennan are called in to identify the charred remains and determine who was behind the murder. Based on several factors, Booth determines the victim was a snitch working within an organized crime syndicate. Brennan’s brother, Russ (guest star Loren Dean), tells her he got a mysterious call from their long-lost father, warning him they are in danger, and Brennan is contacted by a priest (guest star Ryan O’Neal), who delivers a message from their father insisting she and Booth drop the case. Brennan and Booth determine the murdered victim was ex-FBI agent Garrett Delaney, who was tracking Russ and planning to kill him, giving more credence to their father’s warning. As more clues come to light and a government conspiracy is revealed, Booth and Brennan make a shocking discovery as to who was behind Delaney’s murder, and Booth is forced to make one of the most important decisions of his career, with very personal ramifications. Meanwhile, Zack must defend his dissertation, the last step to completing his doctorate, but needs some help from Angela to help him get taken seriously.
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Dropped out of hyperspace by a mysterious chunk of dark matter, Pilot Paul Stein (John Heard) must save the transport vessel by facing his past and ultimately trusting his own decisions.
While the crew plays host to ambassadors from an alien race, Picard is stranded on a barren planet with a woman who falls desperately in love with him.
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Commander Shore keeps having nightmares about the time when he was crippled in a sea battle with an underwater craft five years ago and rescued by a mysterious stranger.
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