A young lawyer finds his ethics tested when he defends a Boston University professor accused of a brutal murder.
After he is doublecrossed by his mob employers, a killer-for-hire has no place else to turn for help but the FBI witness protection program. Before long he is fighting for his life, but are his enemies out to kill him or his protectors?
The basketball team at Angel Beach High comes to the coach's defense when they learn that their old nemesis has blackmailed him into throwing the game. This series could explain why so many people don't touch pork!
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The mob's greatest hitman has double-crossed the crime family. Now he's hiding out in an FBI witness protection program, and his safety is in question from both his protectors and enemies.
A former hit man teams up with a half-baked computer whiz kid to protect his family from vengeful mobsters in this action-packed crime thriller.
Dr. Elena Kinder (Kathleen Turner) is out to dominate the world. Two-year-old Sly is the only person in her way. Dr. Kinder and her partner in crime, Dr. Heep (Christopher Lloyd), have a covert research lab dedicated to cracking the code to a secret baby language. When Sly escapes from the lab, he joins his twin brother Whit in an effort to expose the nefarious plot. Raised by his uncle (Peter MacNicol), who cares for special children, Whit is naive to the ways of the world, and is quickly captured by Dr. Kinder. Mistaken for Whit, Sly is taken back to his uncle, where he rallies the other foster babies into a Super commando rescue squad to invade the secret lab in an effort to squash Dr. Kinder's evil plot.
Ends 01/31/14. Brainy toddlers revolt against a baby-product institute that houses a top-secret research facility where kiddies are studied in captivity. Kathleen Turner ('The War of the Roses') is the evil head of the institute and Christopher Lloyd (the 'Back to the Future' films) is her partner in crime.
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