Ten strangers are invited to an isolated island by a mysterious host; one is soon killed-and more deaths ensue. Based on Agatha Christie's bestselling novel, And Then There Were None boasts an all-star cast including Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), Aidan Turner (Poldark), Sam Neill (Jurassic Park), and Miranda Richardson (Sleepy Hollow).
Late one night, Los Angeles private investigator, Ned Cruz (Antonio Banderas of ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO) is hired by a recently paroled Russian boxer to find Lexie, his missing girlfriend, and the 30-million dollar stash of diamonds she's hiding. Clues send Cruz into the city's seediest corners where he meets a Hollywood action star with a dirty secret (James Van Der Beek of TV's DON'T TRUST THE B***), an enterprising porn producer who takes a personal interest in his own work (hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg), and a kinky waitress with an unusual fetish for particle physics (Autumn Reeser of TV's LAST RESORT). With time running out, Cruz discovers the trail leads to a reclusive billionaire (Sam Elliott of THE BIG LEBOWSKI), and his physicist, who are intent on recreating the Big Bang underneath the New Mexico desert. What starts as a simple missing person's case could soon mean the end of the world.
After a hired insurance fraud investigator is inexplicably killed and then framed for several murders, a writer researching the case arrives in the city and begins uncovering the shocking truth. But when his informants turn up dead, he soon learns he may be next.
With demons from his tour of duty in Bosnia haunting him, police detective Conk Adams (Roy Dupuis) is tasked with identifying a body found in a secluded northern bog. A young archaeologist from the city is called in to assist him. But Catherine Nyland (Jane McGregor) has a secret of her own: she requires physical healing just as much as Conk is in need of spiritual and emotional relief. An unlikely pair, their working relationship develops into a unique personal bond as they review the forensics of the case. Along the way to uncovering the secret of the preserved body in the mystical bog they encounter a reclusive Aboriginal elder (Gordon Tootoosis) who seems to hold the key not only to the body's identity but also to the path down which Catherine and Conk will ultimately travel.This dark and stylish noir is a tale of two people searching for healing and redemption - a quest for "that beautiful somewhere."
Special Agent Jennifer Beck is a intrepid FBI agent who is assigned to solve the case of a multimillionaire couple missing daughter. As the clues begin to reveal themselves, Beck, who has a secret gift of clairvoyance, tries to connect the kidnapper to the girl's mother, who is having an affair with her husband's business partner. Racing against the clock, Beck must discover the real reason for the abduction before it's too late.
Inspired by the Most Notorious Unsolved Murder in California History. From the acclaimed director of Scarface and the author of LA Confidential comes the spellbinding thriller The Black Dahlia. Two ambitious cops, Lee Blanchard (Aaron Eckhart) and Bucky Bleichert (Josh Hartnett), investigate the shocking murder of an aspiring young starlet. With a corpse so mutilated that photos are kept from the public, the case becomes an obsession for the men, and their lives begin to unravel. Blanchard's relationship with his girlfriend Kay (Scarlett Johansson) deteriorates, while Bleichert finds himself drawn to the enigmatic Madeleine (Hilary Swank), a wealthy woman with a dark and twisted connection to the victim.
Doctor Doolittle meets Enter the Dragon meets Turner & Hooch! Cho Cho, a wisecracking canine, partners with a bumbling computer-geek detective to solve his Zen master's murder and save the world from a biochemical maniac. Featuring an all-star cast and knockout special effects, Karate Dog is a hilarious romp that will have the who family howling with laughter.
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