Race To Freedom movie trailer - starring Tom Butler, Susan Hogan, Janet Bailey, James Blendick. Directed by Don McBrearty. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Set in 1896 in the Klondike region of Yukon, Canada the film follows the adventures of White Fang, a wolf dog, who aids a young Indian boy, Mitsah. Jason Scott, a journalist arrives in the small gold rush town of Dawson City which is run by a ruthless and greedy businessman named Charles Smith and his gang of equally ruthless henchmen. Smith and his men run the town with fear and profit from the towns people and hard working prospectors. It's up to Scott with the help of White Fang to clean up the town of corruption and greed and free the good people of Dawson City from the evil grip of Smith and his goons.
When Danger Follows You Home movie trailer - starring JoBeth Williams, William Russ. Directed by David E. Peckinpah. Genre: Mystery-Suspense
As the trauma of one couple's divorce escalates, the city is terrorized by a series of attacks by disfigured children.
Narrow Margin -- A woman secretly witnesses the murder of her blind date by a top Mafia boss and immediately goes into hiding without informing the authorities, but the mafia are on her trail...
Narrow Margin -- US Home Video Extra (Clip) from Tri Star
Race To Freedom movie trailer - starring Susan Hogan, Tom Butler, Janet Bailey, James Blendick. Directed by Don McBrearty. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Remake in which a Los Angeles district attorney and his key murder witness play cat-and-mouse with hired killers aboard a train.
Revenge is the motive for a man who builds a killer truck to exterminate a gang that killed his family. Hell on wheels!
Paulo Costanzo stars as Ryan, a twentysomething uberslacker who is nonetheless willing to fall into accidental success. After losing his job the same day he is dumped by his yuppie girlfriend, Ryan gets a dispiriting job with a tacky lottery magazine, photographing winners and writing their stories.
In a Mandarin language class Ryan is taking for work, he meets and is immediately smitten by the lovely Ming (Steph Song). Ming, unfortunately, is currently involved with a fast-talking scammer, Bryce (JR Bourne).
Bryce spots a money-laundering scheme involving the new lottery winners and Ryan soon launches himself into the lifestyle of the suddenly rich and not-otherwise-likely-to-be-famous. Soon, and without a lot of thought, Ryan has got the sports car and leather jacket of moneyed youth -- something that puts him at odds with Ming ,the beautiful set-dresser from class, who just so happens to be in the process of breaking up with Bryce. All Ryan needs to do is convince Ming how different he is from Bryce, which proves a bit harder than ever expected.
Everything's Gone Green comically illustrates how hard it is to know what s real in a world filled with fabrication and hidden agendas. This film marks the first screenplay written by the acclaimed Douglas Coupland.
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