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One minute, sixteen-year-old girl is a normal teenager dealing with everyday high school stress and the next, she’s Marked as a fledgling vampire, forcing her to leave her ordinary life behind and join the House of Night, a boarding school where she will train to become an adult vampire. That is, if she makes it through the Change—and not all of those who are Marked do.
The film is based on the true story of French artist Henri Matisse's relationship with his nurse Monique Bourgeois, who also served as the painter's model and muse.
Set in South Africa, an American fugitive tries to protect his family who's drawn into a world of murderers, kidnappers and corrupt cops.
In 1531, the visitation of the Virgin Mary in a small town in Mexico leads a humble man named Juan Diego to push the local bishop to get a temple erected in her name.
Two foot soldiers in a New Jersey crime syndicate, bent on expanding its horizons in the construction business, are sent to Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz, Europe’s most massive post-WWII construction site. While scouting the area for their syndicate, they encounter other criminal factions with the same idea, including the Russian mafia.
Set in New York City in 1938, a 25-year old named Katey Kontent attempts to rise above the Wall Street secretarial pool into the upper echelons of New York society at the end of the Depression. As much as anything, her challenge is to not lose herself in the romance in Gotham’s high society.
The story centers on the rise and fall of entrepreneur John DeLorean. After his arrest in 1982, DeLorean presses a defense that he was entrapped by the FBI and is eventually acquitted. Still, his company goes bankrupt after producing only 9,000 automobiles.
Centers on a labor/delivery nurse who takes care of newborns at a Connecticut hospital who’s ordered not touch the baby of a white supremacist couple. When the baby dies in her care, she’s then taken to court by the couple.
Rebecca Nichols Alonzo loses her parents when they stand up against evil within their church — a man obsessed with controlling the church who is determined to get rid of anyone who stands in his way.
Weeks after Hitler’s suicide but before the German surrender, American Captain Jack Lee must find a way to free prisoners they learn have been sentenced to be killed by the Nazi soldiers to prevent them from providing damning war crimes testimony. About 200 hardened Waffen SS troops are right behind the Americans, with orders to murder the prisoners, and the badly outnumbered Americans must turn to the German castle guards who just surrendered to them, to help move the French POWs to safety.
In the wake of his brother's death, a young African American youth tries to steer a safe path through the projects in Harlem, aided by his imagination and the magic of Legos.
Elizabeth Holmes is the founder of blood testing company Theranos, which skyrockets her to fame with an estimated value in the billions. The value of Theranos plunges though following news that the company is under investigation for inaccurate testing.
Follows a college good-girl Abby Abernathy, who doesn’t drink or swear. Her romantic foil is Travis Maddox makes a bet with Abernathy: If Abernathy wins, he must abstain from sex for a month; if she loses, she must live with him for a month.
The story centers on the showman Dr. William Key and his performing horse, Beautiful Jim Key. His promoters claimed the horse could read, write and do math. Key, a former slave, was relegated to carnivals so he recruited a one-time promoter for P.T. Barnum to be his front man — leading to the horse becoming a national sensation at the 1904 St. Louis Exposition.