While undercover as a Mexican migrant, a racist U.S. border patrol agent is captured by a drug lord and imprisoned in a slave-labor camp.
A racist, bitter U.S. Border Patrol Agent moonlighting with a vigilante group goes undercover posing as a Mexican migrant worker in an effort to expose an illegal alien smuggling operation. When the plan blows up, he is trapped with the aliens in a web of desperation and tyranny that forces him to confront his secret past. This powerful, explosive independent feature blends riveting suspense with alarmingly believable content to reveal a plight so terrible and heartrending that it is impossible not to be moved.
Adam Fields is a rage-filled U.S. Border Patrol Agent who often crosses the line in his job. A member of a vigilante group, Fields decides to go undercover with a hidden camera and cross with a group of undocumented immigrants.
A team of hockey players and a feuding couple are forced to face off against an army of flesh-eaters after a traffic accident in the Welsh hills leaves them all stranded in the middle of nowhere with a pair of mysterious strangers.
After an accident, a chauvinistic executive gains the ability to hear what women are really thinking.
Nick Marshall (Mel Gibson), an advertising executive and swinging bachelor accidentally stumbles upon the power to hear what women are thinking. Nick decides to use this newfound power to sabotage his boss Darcy (Helen Hunt) in order to further his own career. Things don't go exactly as planned when Nick falls in love with Darcy – creating conflict between his desire to get ahead and his inner voice telling him to follow his heart.
When a chauvinistic businessman gains the power to hear what women around him are actually thinking, he finds himself in a new world of possibilities.
"What Women Want" is a romantic comedy based on the 2000 Hollywood rom-com of the same name, starring Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt. Revolving around a chauvinistic executive Fred (Andy Lau) who gains the ability to hear what women are really thinking - including his workplace rival, an aggressive executive Ellen (Gong Li). Using his newfound ability to his advantage, he becomes an expert on female psychology - and romance blossoms.
Chauvinistic advertising executive Zigang Sun (pop superstar Andy Lau, Infernal Affairs) is not known as a good husband, a good father or a good son. None of this bothers Zigang, since he's focused entirely on his expected promotion to creative director. That opportunity disappears, however, when his firm instead hires a female executive from a rival agency, Yilong Li (Gong Li, Miami Vice, Memoirs of a Geisha), to develop campaigns targeted toward women. When Zigang attempts to understand the opposite sex to compete with Yilong, a comic twist of fate gives him the ability to hear what women are thinking. While his new power makes him an expert on women and helps advance his career, it also leads him toward a relationship with his once-office-rival Yilong, and changes his outlook on what's important in life and love.
After an accident, a chauvenistic executive gains the ability to hear what women are really thinking (or rather, an inability not to hear it).
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