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Kraven the Hunter, aka Sergei Kravinoff, is known for hunting big game, and he considers Spider-Man his ultimate trophy.
Napoleon Bonaparte swiftly, ruthlessly climbs to emperor. He has an addictive and often volatile relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine.
From her place in the store, Klara, an artificial friend with outstanding observational qualities, watches carefully the behavior of those who come in to browse, and of those who pass in the street outside. She remains hopeful a customer will soon choose her.
Set right after WWII, Otto Frank struggles to find a publisher for the diary written by his daughter Anne Frank before she perished in the Holocaust. He is aided by an ambitious young woman who, fresh out of the Doubleday typing pool, becomes a junior editor trying to find her way by combing through the slush pile for publishable manuscripts. She and Otto Frank find each other and their perseverance leads to the publication of one of the most enduring documents of the Holocaust. The woman, Barbara Zimmerman, becomes a publishing legend at Doubleday and is the founder of the New York Review of Books.
A young woman entertains a disturbing offer which lets her pursue her dreams, for better or for much, much worse.
A society has drained all its blood with a dependence on technology. The annual “Karn Evil” — a macabre rite of passage — is a young person's once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience unbridled freedom, before subjugating themselves to the ruling class. When people stop returning from their Karn Evil experience, fear drives a revolution to topple the status quo and the artificial intelligence discovered at its heart.
The true story of how the Colombian gangster and terrorist, Pablo Escobar, was assassinated and his Medellin cocaine cartel dismantled by US special forces and intelligence, the Colombian military, and a vigilante gang controlled by the Cali cartel.
A group of underachieving Atlanta-based friends are taking part in Spelman College’s SpelHouse homecoming event, 10 years after they dropped out of the prestigious HBCU women’s school. Things get overrun with zombies.
Set at a moment when European countries are racing to find ways to carve up the natural resources of Africa, Belgium's King Leopold II becomes the world's richest man with billions stashed in secret bank accounts by gaining private ownership of the Congo Free State, and inserts a mercenary army to cruelly plunder rubber and ivory. He forces the locals to harvest it. Those who refused are dismembered or worse, and as many as 8 million are killed in this ruthless pursuit. The Congolese defy Leopold II and fight back. Their heroic plight sparks a daring and unlikely alliance between a black American missionary, an English investigative journalist and an Irish spy that shine a light on the horrors and give birth to the first human rights movement.
Tough and incorruptible Lieutenant Theodore Kojak, a bald, dapper policeman, is stubborn and tenacious in his investigation of crimes—and also displays a dark, cynical wit, along with a tendency to bend the rules if it brings a criminal to justice.
An Asian American college student from the U.S. becomes a top competitor on South Korea’s toughest k-pop competition show.
Set after the Civil War, the Ku Klux Klan rises in the South in 1865 and Major Lewis Merrill leads the U.S. Army's K Troop against the KKK in 1871. However, the group surfaces again in 1915 and in the 1950s.
The story follows Kane, a death row inmate who, along with a schizophrenic killer named Lynch, is sprung by Kane's former team so that he can retrieve a stolen fortune. Kane travels to Los Angeles, Japan and Cuba, with Lynch acting as the team's watchdog in order to save his wife and daughter.
Location: US - Louisiana