Clint Malarchuk barely survived the most gruesome injury in NHL history, nearly bleeding to death on live TV. It launched a nightmare of post-traumatic stress, depression, addiction, broken... See full summary »
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"Mr. Goalie" is a full length biographical documentary on the life and career of NHL Hall Of Fame goaltender, Glenn Hall. The film is inspired by the biography written by Tom Adrahtas "Glenn Hall: The Man They Call Mr. Goalie".
After two marines make it home following an ISIS interrogation, one struggles to survive while the other fights his way back into the mixed martial arts world that he left behind years ago... looking for a fight worth living for.
Darrin Dewitt Henson,
Vault tells a story about a group of small time criminals in 1975 who attempt to pull off the biggest heist in American history; stealing over $30 million from the Mafia in the smallest state in the union, Rhode Island.
Mary and Statton's one-night stand at a hotel gets interrupted by a robbery, and the complete strangers are forced to help each other navigate the seedy underbelly of a sleepy Welsh island in order to get back their stolen property.
Goalie is based on the career of one of hockey's greatest goalies. It is also based on a book of poetry based on the tragic life of Terry Sawchuk. One would think hockey and poetry are opposite ends of the entertainment spectrum . However the emotional journey of Sawchuk lends itself to poetry. The film portrays Sawchuk as a tragic figure, struggling to be everything to everyone and the cost of success in the world of hockey in those early days as I am sure it still is today.
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