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(Drama TV Series)
This is a very provocative series with very adult themes. Bill finds out his wife is sleeping with their black neighbor and leaves her.
But as he tries to begin his life over again, he is constantly confronted with his sexual tastes, past choices, and troubling discoveries about what turns him on – like watching his wife with other men.
Pete was always a nervous fellow, so when he won the lottery, his nerves really went crazy. In the frenzy of ‘new friends’, the press, and advice that followed his windfall, he was so overwhelmed with what to do first. Taxes, bills, debt seemed okay. But then a house? Car? Investments? That Jetski he always wanted? A trip to Jamaica? He just wasn’t sure. So when his deadbeat brother, Alan, finally got out of jail (for tax evasion of all things), he is shocked to find out that after three months Pete has yet to spend one dollar. But he has lost 25 pounds, still works his crappy job, and has turned off his home telephone (for fear of any new friends or advice). His brother needed some serious help. And hey, what are brothers for?
After a career in Hollywood, Craig Marquardo makes a career shift and becomes a celebrity talent manager. His first client?
The legendary comedian Gallagher. What follows over the next five years is a challenging, sometimes combative, provocatively deep personal journey between the two men that is littered with great success and personal turmoil.
Despite the difficult relationship the two grow very close, but eventually part ways on poor terms. The movie is a glimpse into the rise and fall of a misunderstood genius. 100% true story.
(Romance / Drama)
A sensational critically acclaimed bestseller when it appeared in 1986, this is the last uncompleted novel of Ernest Hemingway, which he worked on intermittently from 1946 until his death in 1961.
Set on the Cote d’Azur in the 1920’s, it’s the story of a young American writer and his glamorous wife, and the dangerous, erotic game they play when they fall in love with the same woman.
This science fiction novel was lauded as a landmark when it first was introduced in the 1970’s by Hope Campbell.
Originally written for a young adult audience, the book quickly found a more universal audience. The story follows a young government agent who infiltrates his world’s most dangerous cult – Earth worshippers.
There his own doubts bring him to ask questions of his own – but that would mean trying to find the mythical place himself, once and for all.
Chris Yount had never run for political office. But with the proposed developments and shady deals that were being talked about in his hometown of Durban, Oregon, he thought he might just have to run. The County Commission seat was up for grabs, and it had plenty of hands trying to grab it.
He starts his promising grassroots campaign out of his own pocket, with his ex-wife, children and friends and co-workers as volunteers. But his opponents have billboards, newspaper ads and start slamming him in the press. In desperate need of some savvy assistance, he recruits a campaign manager from Portland, who has a completely different idea of how to run the campaign.
As the campaigns do battle and Chris’ grassroots operation becomes an uncontrollable machine, he finds himself in the middle of one moral dilemma after another. Dirty politics, false friends, ulterior motives, bribes, cons and back room negotiations are just another day at the office. How does one good man stand a chance to stay a good man?
Peter is coming home. He knows things are different now, there haven’t been any ‘incidents’ since the time he and Billy were in the swamp that day years ago. But still…he remembers, and he has this feeling.
Billy has sensed things changing too, almost as if the world got a little darker, if even slightly. He knows why, he knows what’s coming. He is already in a wheelchair from that day. But Peter…Peter got away.
Two young men must now confront their horrific past in order to face an unseen fright once and for all. They know where it lives. They know what it wants. As all hell starts to break loose, can they find the courage and the means to fight something that frightens them to their core? They had better, or everything they know and everyone they love will soon wash away.
Violet follows the lives of two very different men, who are connected in more ways than one. Andrew is a rookie reporter for the Boston Herald researching the story of the decade – “What happened to John Lapine?” After the most famous athlete in the world gets hurt pitching in the World Series, in the most dramatic fashion, John simply disappeared, and the whole world went looking for him.
After some well thought maneuvers, John finally arrived in LaMaddalena, a small Italian island in the Mediterranean. Here he was a face among strangers, completely anonymous. Here he could start again. He builds a house, tries to build a new life, but doesn’t make room or time for others, for more reasons than the obvious. Julianna takes interest in the dashing young American who made a home on her island, and is determined to break through his hard shell to find the man inside.
Through John, we follow his struggle and his new journey. Through Andrew we learn what led up to his self-exile and why. The film covers the extraordinary story of a life lived, lost, and found.
(Animated / Live Action)
Set in the Steam Era of New York City, animals were not our furry cuddly friends they are now. Humans would use them as service animals – dogs towing shopping carts for the ladies, birds hanging laundry, cats giving back scratches, etc.
After the mouse and rat population was threatened by the Mayor’s office, two small mice set out to organize the animals to stand up for their rights. This tells the fictional story about how these amazing animals became – Pets.
A government operative leaves the service of a highly classified black ops division to retire to his Dad’s farm in Oregon.
Once he leaves, the service decides he has to stay active because he knows too much. When he refuses, they decide to terminate him. His father has mixed feelings about him coming home as well. His son doesn’t know that he founded the division and secretly recruited him from the beginning. He doesn’t want to reveal his secret, but also knows they are coming for him.
If he protects him, he will be a target also. So both father and son go on the run in a fight for their lives, get to know each other for truly the first time, while trying to figure out how to survive and get their lives back.
Joshua lives alone a little off the beaten path. On the way home he stops to help Oliver, whose car slid off the road and crashed. After feeding him dinner, they agree that Oliver will rent a room in the house for a while.
Soon after, it becomes clear that things are not quite what they seem. Oliver isn’t just a motorist, he is a priest. And he isn’t just a priest, but an ex-communicated one. And he isn’t just there to rent a room, he is the devil himself wanting Joshua’s soul in what becomes a fight for all time.
Allison is a mess, but trying. She is struggling to make her new meatball business successful with her trainwreck of a partner, Lola.She does her best to raise her adorable, but mischievous son, Ryan. Somewhere in there she would like to fall in love, to which she turns to the scary world of online dating – all while fighting off her hapless but well intentioned neighbor whom she has put in the Friend Zone.
This show is produced alongside Peter Cohen (The Voice, Rock Star: INXS). We follow three music acts of different sizes (i.e. Katy Perry, Travis Tritt, Blind Pilot) on their national tours, from inception and planning until the final note of the final show. We will become intimately familiar with the bands, their managers, record label execs, booking agents, publicists, tour personnel and friends and family along the way. Unprecedented access drives the show.
Think ‘Extreme Home Makeover” but with vacations! We tell the stories of deserving families: perhaps a couple who never had a honeymoon, a family too big to be able to afford a proper vacation, etc. – and then surprise them with the trip of a lifetime to Hawaii
This is a location-based game show, with a public interaction workplace theme. Each episode our host will assume the job at a local business, surprising unsuspecting customers with the opportunity to participate in the game show. Heavy comedy throughout.
This show follows a pair of hapless satellite TV installers in Hollywood, California.
Every episode they are arriving at the homes of the rich and famous to do installs, with all of the celebrity guest stars playing themselves (to incredible comic effect).
This show surrounds a Secret Service agent working for the dysfunctional Vice President of the United States. Everything takes place from his perspective, able to watch the lunacy of the most overlooked office of government.
This series takes place in a community access TV station in Portland. Abby comes on as the new station director after having to step down from her lofty position at CNN due to personal issues. She encounters a whole new bevy of problems and quirky personalities to deal with it.
A big-shot Hollywood executive leaves the life he knows to rediscover his passion in a small Oregon town.
Clark soon finds his talents as a jazz singer, and embraces the new challenge. He also meets Sara, an amazing and alluring woman, who might be the only one who doesn’t know who he is, or…was.
John Hunt, on the other hand, knows all about Clark. On the prowl for a juicy story, he starts rattling some cages to find any dirt he can. Once he realizes Sara is in the picture – and DOESN’T know? This is just too good. As Clark’s past begins to catch up with him, he is threatened with losing the life he wants, and unable to go back to the life he had.
(Action / Sci-Fi)
Michael is a simple guy with a simple job. He lives with his Uncle Irving, and has since his parents died when he was young. Irving is an old Jewish theologian who has been whispering about the possibility of a neo-Nazi uprising in the future, much to Michael’s embarrassment.
Irving enlists the help of Ana, a university professor of symbolism to help decipher some ancient scrolls. During a speech, Irving is kidnapped, and left behind are a series of clues and information that tells Michael and Ana how to find him, and enlightens them about the truth of Irving’s worries.
Both targets now as well, they barely get out of Miami alive as they go to Vancouver B.C. to follow the clues, where they meet up with some of Irving’s friends and fellow believers.
After attempting to rob a house to avenge a wrong, but instead shot one of the owners, four multi-ethnic young men go on the run.
While driving they get lost – very lost. In fact, by morning they find themselves in 1968 Memphis, two days before the assassination of Martin Luther King.
While desperately trying to find a way back to their time, they are being hunted by both the police and the KKK, while learning quite a lot about racism and each other along the way.