In the fast-paced race-against-time-thriller Eagle Eye Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan are two strangers who become the pawns of a mysterious woman they have never met, but who seems to know their every move. Realizing they are being used to further her diabolical plot, they must work together to outwit the woman before she has them killed.
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Epic tale of two childhood friends, a Jew and a Roman, who become bitter enemies during the time of Jesus Christ. This all-time great won a record 11 Oscars, including Best Picture!
Throughout his tour of duty in the Korean War, John Glenn flew over the front lines and the tail of his fighter jet was hit several times by enemy gunfire.
Following his first historic space mission, John Glenn managed to stay humble despite all the praise that was directed toward him. Credit for the humility went to his wife, Annie. NBC News space correspondent Jay Barbree recounts one occasion where Glenn started to buy the hype. Barbree shares how in her quiet manner, Annie spoke up to help keep her husband's feet on the ground.
John Glenn served 23 years as a U.S. Senator from Ohio. However after two failed attempts, John Glenn was criticized by Democratic challenger Howard Metzenbaum in 1974 that he had never worked for a living. In a debate at the Cleveland City Club Glenn gave what is now known as the 'Gold Star Mothers' speech where he argued service by him and others who held jobs of duty made sacrifices to their co
On Oct. 29, 1998, the Discovery blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center with John Glenn the oldest person to go into space. The nation's attention was captivated by the mission which included the 77-year-old space pioneer.
Former colleagues in the United States Senate Patrick Leahy and Carl Levin discuss John Glenn's humility and sense of humor he displayed while on Capitol Hill.
The possible matchup of John Glenn against President Ronald Reagan in the 1984 presidential election caused Reagan's Chief of Staff James Baker to flinch during a conversation with PBS NewsHour Political Analyst Mark Shields.
Growing up during the Great Depression in New Concord, Ohio, John Glenn witnessed first-hand how President Franklin D. Roosevelt's government-sponsored initiatives could help the country. Glenn's father served as a foreman on a sewer project funded by the Work Projects Administration (WPA).
"Eagle Eye" is a race-against-time thriller starring Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson, Anthony Mackie, Michael Chiklis and Billy Bob Thornton. Two unsuspecting Americans are separately drawn into a conspiracy by a mysterious woman they have never met, but who seems to know their every move. By the time they discover her frightening identity, they have become her unwitting accomplices in a diabolical assassination plot.
Shia LaBeouf (Transformers) and Michelle Monaghan (Mission: Impossible III) star as strangers ripped from their ordinary lives when they are "activated" as part or a high-tech assassination plot. Through blistering chases and shocking twists they try to escape - but where do you go when the enemy is everywhere?
Eagle Eye is a race-against-time thriller starring Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson, Anthony Mackie, Michael Chiklis and Billy Bob Thornton. Two unsuspecting Americans are separately drawn into a conspiracy by a mysterious woman they have never met, but who seems to know their every move. By the time they discover her frightening identity, they have become her unwitting accomplices in a diabolical assassination plot.
This epic masterpiece stars Charlton Heston in the title role of a rebellious Israelite Jew who takes on the Roman Empire during the time of Christ.
After his boyhood friend Messala's fanatic loyalty to Rome makes him a powerful enemy, Judah Ben-Hur is found guilty of an attempted murder he did not commit. His family is banished and he is enslaved on a warship. Through his ferocity in a raging sea battle, he is able to escape and become a horse trainer. To exact his revenge, Ben-Hur decides to compete against Messala in the Roman chariot races. They race, locked in a battle to the death. Barely surviving, Ben-Hur forsakes the sword for Christ and finally finds redemption.
The clash of clans begins when a Hatfield murders a McCoy, and Randall McCoy's daughter and Devil Anse Hatfield's son begin a forbidden love affair.
Bad Frank's raids force the besieged Hatfields deeper into the mountains, and the impulsive Johnse sets his sights on another McCoy woman.
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Now that there is a combined Hatfield and McCoy Moonshine recipe, Jim McCoy and Mark Hatfield get down to the business of makin' moonshine. But when there's a problem with the still, Jim and Mark are forced to find an alternate way to make the shine, so their liquor investor Monsell can have his much anticipated first taste.
The families organize a special Hatfield & McCoy Demolition Derby to promote the Grand Opening of the Hatfield and McCoy Distillery. Meanwhile, Mark and Jim are shocked to find themselves locked out and served with an eviction notice from their new landlord. Leaving everyone to wonder if this Grand Opening is really going to happen?
With the clock ticking and Liquor Investor Monsell expecting a taste of Hatfield and McCoy Moonshine, Mark Hatfield frantically tries to replace the Still that Scotty May blew up. Meanwhile a frustrated Jim McCoy reaches out to John T. Hatfield about using his Still and cutting Mark out of the deal all together. Back in Kentucky, Mamaw Irene has a new weapon (toy) to keep the McCoy boys in line.
John and James McCoy hatch a plan to help both families and the Distillery get their Liquor Investor Monsell a taste of the Hatfield & McCoy Moonshine he's been waiting on. While John and James are busy building the much needed Still, they enlist a Hatfield to retrieve Devil Anse's secret Moonshine Recipe.
Mark Hatfield and Jim McCoy challenge each other to a shoot out to see who is the better marksman and most importantly who will pay for the door Scotty May ran into with a truck. Meanwhile, Mamaw Irene and Granny Billie have a shoot out of their own.
With the changing of West Virginia Law, making and selling Moonshine has become legal and a big city Liquor Executive has been approaching members of the infamous Hatfield and McCoy clans looking to launch a new Moonshine Brand. Meanwhile, kin of Devil Anse Hatfield and Randall McCoy, are still squabbling after 150 years. Mark Hatfield and Jim McCoy get into a little tussle about who's moonshine is stronger and decide to settle the score by racing classic cars powered by their own brews.
With the lease on the building already signed, Jim McCoy and Mark Hatfield have no choice but to start demolition on the new Hatfield and McCoy Distillery. Meanwhile, Jim and Mark entrust Scotty May to build the industrial sized still they will need to start makin' Moonshine.
Liquor Investor Monsell is expecting a batch of Hatfields and McCoys Moonshine, but with no still, no recipe and no Hatfields, Jim McCoy had no choice but to lock the doors of the distillery. Now Jim's looking to get his frustrations out at the Annual Hatfield and McCoy Tug of War... only problem is that Mark and all the Hatfields are planning to boycott.
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