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IT'S NOT A DATE tells the story of Carly and Milo, a couple in their twenties on their first date. Although "It's not a date" but more of a casual meet at a local club; it begins as a ... See full summary »
High school sweethearts break into a home which ends badly. One takes the rap and goes to prison. Twenty-two years later he's out and looking to resume their relationship. Only problem is ... See full summary »
The Mongolian Border, 1979: Massive fossils of unknown creatures are discovered in the mountains, and the research team assigned to excavate the remains includes acclaimed Professor Yang (... See full summary »
A mysterious man emerges from the Argentinean rainforest to help a poor farmer and his daughter, who are threatened by a band of mercenaries hired to force them to sell their land. take over his property.
Gael García Bernal,
Witold just failed his law-school examinations and Fuchs has just quit his job at a Parisian fashion company. Arriving for a few days away at a so-called family guest-house, they are ... See full summary »
Nick Cheung plays a streetwise exorcist who becomes an overnight sensation when his extraordinary exorcisms are recorded and go viral on the internet. However, this attracts not only the ... See full summary »
An under-appreciated, over worked assistant entrusted with a million dollar necklace races to find out which of his friends betrayed him, as he battles a desperate criminal duo bent on stealing the necklace. Reminiscent of a classic, yet modern 'Hitchockian' thriller, with multiple plot twists and turns, audiences will be glued to the screen trying to figure out who is Guilty... who is Innocent... and who is a little of both.
Weak crime film about an underling who's entrusted with a million
dollar necklace, but then loses it. He then has to figure out which of
his shady roommates took it, while also trying to survive a couple
criminals who invade their domicile. This film felt like one of those
awful late 90s Tarantino copycat films that followed "Pulp Fiction"
(i.e. "2 Days In The Valley," "Lucky Number Slevin," or any innumerable
amount of direct- to-video dreck). Absolutely nothing to recommend
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