The second volume in this film noir style TV-anthology series, this collection of short stories revolves around the dark world of detectives and police officers. Called to look into a murder, an investigator (Gary Oldman) discovers that the victim of the crime is none other than his estranged wife (Gabrielle Anwar) in "Dead End for Delia." When an attractive woman captures the attention of a detective, he ends up entangled in mob business in "I'll Be Waiting." In "The Quiet Room," the underhanded plans of two unscrupulous officers go amok
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Mackenzie can't wait to get older. The thirty-something woman is already tired of the busy rush of youth and wishes she could fast forward her life so she can relax and enjoy her golden years. When Mackenzie is struck by lightning at Coachella, she wakes up as the seventy-year-old Rita. She soon realizes old age is not as whimsical as she thought. Starring Elizabeth Lail, Diane Keaton, Taylour Paige, and Simon Rex.
Mrs. Harris, an English domestic servant who falls in love with a couture Dior dress, decides she must buy one of her own. After she raises the funds to buy the dress, Mrs. Harris sets off on a journey to Paris that will change the course of her life. Paul Gallico's classic 1958 novel inspires the narrative.
William Brent Bell directs the prequel to the 2009 horror film Orphan. Returning character Esther contrives an elaborate plan that allows her to escape an Estonian psychiatric hospital. After doing so, she travels to America, posing as a wealthy family's missing daughter. But her facade slowly begins to unravel. As a result, she finds herself pitted against a mother who will do anything to protect her family.
African-American businessmen Bernard Garrett (Anthony Mackie) and Joe Morris (Samuel L. Jackson) strive to undermine racial prejudice in the business world of 1950s America. They devise a scheme wherein they hire a blue-collar white man named Matt Steiner (Nicholas Hoult) to masquerade as the CEO of their business venture while they play at being the company's janitor and chauffeur. Based on true events, directed by George Nolfi.
In this sequel to "Fifty Shades of Grey," the demure Anastasia Steele and possessive businessman Christian Grey pursue a more open and trusting relationship. However, their attempts are threatened by several of his past lovers.