As foretold by the prophecy, the Master kills Buffy and goes up to the surface.
Radio astronomer Zane Zaminsky's obsessive search for extraterrestrial life 'out there' leads to the incredible realization that aliens might already be among us!
Angel finds a vampire preying on Buffy's mom and he thinks about chowing down himself.
The Verdict: Two-Disc Collector's Edition movie trailer - starring Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, Jack Warden, James Mason. Directed by Sidney Lumet. Genre: Drama
True story of a New York cop who eventually turned informer on his corrupt narcotics unit, with serious repercussions. Almost three hours long, but worth your time!
Buffy discovers the identity of the invisible force is Marcie Ross.
Buffy practices her fighting skills with her favorite teacher then discovers that Angel is a vampire after they share a kiss.
A witch casts a spell on a few cheerleaders when they seemingly turn evil.
A minor league hockey coach plays dirty to make a name for his team of misfits. Some hilarious scenes in this sports comedy!
House Of Games starring Lilia Skala, Lindsay Crouse, Mike Nussbaum, Ricky Jay, J.T. Walsh, Joe Mantegna
Buffy tries out for cheerleading season.
Buffy faces the Master again, but this time she wins.
Consider Mr. Brooks. A successful businessman, a generous philanthropist, a loving father and devoted husband. Seemingly, he's perfect. But Mr. Brooks has a secret -- he is an insatiable serial killer, so lethally clever that no one has ever suspected him -- until now. Academy Award winner Kevin Costner stars as Earl Brooks, a man who has managed to keep his two incompatible worlds from intersecting by controlling his cunning, wicked alter ego Marshall (Academy Award winner William Hurt) whom he blames for his wrongdoings. But now, as Mr. Brooks succumbs to one last murderous urge, an amateur photographer (Dane Cook) witnesses the crime. Suddenly Brooks finds himself entangled in the dark agenda of an opportunistic bystander, as well as hunted by the unorthodox and tenacious detective Tracy Atwood (Demi Moore). Can Mr. Brooks outsmart his adversaries and conceal his shocking double life from his wife (Marg Helgenberger) and daughter (Danielle Panabaker) or will someone expose his crimes and his identity once and for all in this unpredictable and electrifying new thriller.
Successful businessman, generous philanthropist, loving father and devoted husband, Mr. Brooks seems perfect. But he has a secret - his alter ego is an insatiable serial killer, so lethally clever that no one has ever suspected him - until now.
Consider Mr. Brooks. A successful businessman, a generous philanthropist, a loving father and devoted husband. Seemingly, he's perfect. But Mr. Brooks has a secret - - he is an insatiable serial killer, so lethally clever that no one has ever suspected him -- until now.
This quirky comedy concerns Zoe (Robin Tunney, "The Craft," "End of Days"), a woman unlucky in love. She is berated at work and always seems to strike out with the opposite sex. After being asked by an attractive co-worker (Golden Globe-nominee Jason Priestley, TV's "Beverly Hills 90210," "Tombstone") to dance at a party, Zoe is kidnapped by a stalker who has fallen in love with her. During a scuffle, they accidentally kill a police officer. The stalker disappears and Zoe is charged with the crime. Soon she is under house arrest. The technician in charge of her ankle bracelet (Tim Blake Nelson, "The Incredible Hulk," "Holes") is as socially awkward as she is. Soon they grow close and he gets her a nine-hour window in which the pair tries to find the stalker and clear her name.
In this quirky comedy, Zoe is a woman always unlucky in love. After being asked by an attractive co-worker to dance at a party, she is kidnapped by a stalker.
A fantasy-prone young woman named Zoe confronts a life-altering reality when she is placed in a house arrest program. Will Zoe find love on the road to self-reinvention and vindication?
In 2079, a well-respected scientist with the perfect life wakes up one morning to find himself suspected of being a replicant planted by aliens.
Dogtanian and The Three Musketeers have a mission to deliver the jewels, 'The Lights of the King' to the Spanish court. Porthos, Athos and Aramis are ready to leave but Dogtanian is still asleep well into the afternoon, Pip wakes him just before the Musketeers arrive. Richelieu and Rochefort have people watching them, and have told all the district governors on the route to stop them.
Xander and Dawn lead an army of wood creatures into battle against Warren and Amy’s minions. And, with a potentially cataclysmic temporal rift about to open, Buffy must escape from Dark Willow and defeat Fray in order to return to the present and save the world.
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Five-year-old Jenny Clark (Scarlett G. Sperduto) is kidnapped when her mother's car is stolen. Initially, the cops thing it’s a carjacking, but when the car turns up and Jenny is gone, it's obvious she was the target. Her mother, Denise (Wendy Hoopes), is hysterical and for a minute, they think it could have been her husband, Jimmy (Patrick Michael Buckley), who was behind on child support payments. But a grainy surveillance tape allows them to send out the suspect's photo, and a patrolman recognizes him as Dwight Jacobs (James LeGros), a perp from an earlier shoplifting charge. It's tough to track him down - they find his mother's address but she is no help. Then they think his girlfriend, Charleen Dowd, could be involved. They catch Jacobs at Charleen's apartment, and he tries to negotiate a "walk" if he gives up Jenny's whereabouts. McCoy (Sam Waterston) and Borgia (Annie Parisse) are leaning toward giving in but Branch (Fred Thompson) is adamant that they don't. Meanwhile, Jenny leaves a message for her mother so they presume she is still alive, and a woman’s voice is heard in the background. The detectives search for Charleen and come up empty, until they find out that Jacobs' attorney, Charles Graham (Adam Arkin), has been in contact with her. They arrest Graham for being an accomplice to kidnapping, and trace a call on his cell phone to a sleazy hotel, where Charleen is found stabbed to death. They lift a print in the room, and it's from Bernard Heinz (Harry Prichett), a known sex offender. Heinz was supposed to buy Jenny from Charleen, but he killed her when she didn't deliver the kid. McCoy agrees to let Jacobs walk provided that Jenny is found alive, believing this to be the only way to find her. Branch runs into Judge Hellstrom (Lindsay Crouse), who's handling the case, and hints that perhaps if they give in to Jacobs, she could overturn their agreement. Even though Hellstrom gives the impression that it's out of the question, that's exactly what she does after Jacobs gives the court the girl's whereabouts - his mother's garage. They find Jenny alive, and Jacobs must now face a jury's sentencing.
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A woman who was pulled over by police is found murdered two miles up the road from the stop. It's not long before Robbins determines that the woman is, genetically speaking, not a woman.
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After being struck by an ingenious idea, Buffy and the Potential Slayers launch an all-out war on Caleb, the First, and the army of Ubervamps amassing beneath the high school.
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The Potentials face their deadliest challenge when the Ubervamps launch an attack; after the First fills Caleb with its awesome power, Caleb and Buffy battle it out…and an old friend of Buffy’s makes an unexpected appearance.
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After interrogating one of the Bringers, Faith and the Potential Slayers search for a subterranean arsenal; Buffy confronts Caleb at the vineyard; things heat up between Willow and Kennedy.
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Devastated by the humiliating defeat at the vineyard, the Potential Slayers turn against Buffy; Spike and Andrew question a priest about Caleb; Faith battles police officers bent on returning her to prison.
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A six year old murder case leads the detectives on a wild goose chase to discover why the middle aged female victim, a high powered defense industry executive, was mysteriously killed.
When Olshansky's father has a heart attack, he realizes he must mend his relationship with his alcoholic father, but Faith worries that's a long shot.
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