Based on the book about a true story that dominated headlines, Citizen Jane is the gripping tale of Jane Alexander (“Brat Pack” royalty Ally Sheedy). Attractive and successful, Jane lives an enviable life in San Francisco with handsome, charismatic Tom O’Donnell (Sean Patrick Flanery, The Boondock Saints).
But Jane’s idyllic life is shattered when her beloved, elderly aunt is brutally murdered.
Heartbreak turns to horror when a persistent police detective, Jack Morris (Grammy Award-winning artist Meat Loaf, Fight Club), finally convinces an astonished Jane that the killer is Tom—a 25-year friend prior to their six-year romance. His unfathomable betrayal grows when he soon disappears with her money, leaving her near bankruptcy.
Embarking on a 13-year journey to track down the cunning Tom, Jane – with the support of a dear friend (Nia Peeples, TV’s Pretty Little Liars, General Hospital) – stuns authorities with her shrewd tenacity … ultimately bringing her aunt’s killer to justice.
Despite their small size, these characters can kick some ass. Our age limit for the characters is 16, if they're older, they won't qualify. Join WatchMojo as we countdown our picks for the Top 10 Kids in Video Games. Special Thanks to our users 'Jack Morris' & 'cmoehrle' for suggesting this topic.
Great Movies at Odd Hours: TCM's Christian Hamman and Millie De Chirico find the hidden treasures in this week's lineuup. Set your DVR's for the B-Movie thriler The Green Slime, 1969 and the prophetic drama A Face In The Crowd, 1957.
A mysterious fungus invades a space station and turns the inhabitants into monsters in The Green Slime (1969).
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After a perilous mission to a huge asteroid, a crew returns to its space station, unaware a bit of ooze from the asteroid clings toa crewman's uniform. The green goop grows – into murderous, tentacled monsters. And as station members fight to live, gunk from themonsters' wounds turns into more monsters! That's the story. Now enjoy as our heroes fight to preserve Earth and, unintentionally,our own senses of humor with a movie that Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times called "one of the funniest made-in-Japan sci-fimonster movies ever." Kinji Fukasaku, whose later work was championed by Quentin Tarantino, directs. The world would be a far morebleak and joyless place without marvels like The Green Slime.
After a perilous mission to a huge asteroid, a crew returns to its space station, unaware a bit of ooze from the asteroid clings to a crewman's uniform. The green goop grows - into murderous, tentacled monsters.
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