Ladies man and up and coming poker player Ronnie makes a bet with his friend Karey that he can sleep with a popular girl from campus before her. However, things don’t go as plan for either of them as the game of Forbidden Fruit plays out a lot different than expected.
Brandon’s world is turned upside down when he receives a phone call from Maurice, revealing himself to be his long lost brother. However, the complexities in their budding relationship becomes more complicated after Brandon discovers that the woman he has been secretly seeing is his newfound brother’s wife. Brandon tries to navigate, but he must ultimately make a decision before it is too late.
Mark is at first reluctant when aspiring producer Seth and writer Holly want him to help them make a movie about a local serial killer: after all, they might figure out that he is behind them, but figures it could be interesting. However when rivalries, crushes, and outside influence begin to cloud his mind the harder it is to tell if he’s in his own story or theirs. And who knows what direction the story will go in next?
When young loner Anna is hired as the surrogate for Matt, a single man in his 40s, the two strangers come to realize this unexpected relationship will quickly challenge their perceptions of connection, boundaries and the particulars of love.
What should have been a tourist trip to remember, quickly turns into a living nightmare when five passengers on a seaplane become stranded, miles away from shore. What follows is a desperate bid for survival as the group try to make it to land before they either run out of supplies or are taken by the man-eating sharks lurking just beneath the surface.
Gunner and his mother share a special bond. She supports his daydreaming and artistic pursuits, while his frequently-on-the-road father, Amos, with whom Gunner shares a strained relationship, has other ideas about where his son’s interests should lie. Gunner and his dad attempt to smooth over their differences for the sake of the family, but when his mom’s sickness worsens, Gunner disappears into stacks of books on both science and the supernatural in search of possible cures. When Gunner and his rebellious friend Jo go missing during their quest into the Water Man’s mysterious forest, Amos must immerse himself in his son’s world to find them and put his family back together.
The History Channel marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with a new groundbreaking documentary about the biggest manhunt in human history. This documentary draws on interviews and stories told in the Museum’s special exhibition of the same name, and features interviews with Jan Seidler Ramirez, chief curator and executive vice president of collections, to tell the sweeping tale, linking policy, intelligence, and military decision-making as they converged on a mysterious compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.
Veteran comedy writer Charlie Berns, who is slowly but surely losing his grip on reality, befriends a talented young New York street singer Emma Payge. Together, they form an unlikely yet hilarious and touching friendship that kicks the generation gap aside and redefines the meaning of love and trust.
Three Kung Fu prodigies have grown into washed-up, middle-aged men, now one kick away from pulling their hamstrings. But when their master is murdered, they must juggle their dead-end jobs, dad duties, and old grudges to avenge his death.
Whiton University unravels the night a star-athlete is murdered, kicking off a spree of social media slayings that force students to uncover the truth behind the school’s hidden secrets and the horrifying meaning of an exclamation point.
Having escaped from the psychiatric prison, Dr. Albert Beck (Eric Roberts) hides out in an empty house–until its new owners unexpectedly arrive to move in! Forced into the attic to evade the recently widowed mother, Beck watches from above–undeniably attracted to her 18-year-old daughter.
Based on actual events about the harsh realities of teenagers living life in a group home (where over 100,000 American juveniles live each year). The story: Roy (Josh Keaton), a new kid and artist from the suburbs is tested by Daryl (Carl Gilliard), the group home leader and his military style rules, a forbidden romance with Laura (Chloe Taylor), his streetwise and reactionary roommate (Danny Arroyo), and his own troubled past as he tries to survive until ‘graduation day’. In the end, only his art can save his dreams of love, hope and freedom.