- 107 min
New York City. Present day. Les is a small time celebrity photographer aching to get that one great picture that will get him noticed. He meets Toby, a homeless young man with no direction except a vague desire to become an actor. Luck intervenes for Toby when he gets a chance meeting with K'Harma Leeds, the hottest pop star of the moment. Instant chemistry sparks between them, causing friction between Toby and new found friend Les.
- 110 min
A college co-ed is brutally raped and struggles alone to rebuild her life.
- 114 min
Post-September 11, 2001, Zaid Ahmed Khan lives a wealthy lifestyle in Mumbai and resides in an apartment at Shanti Kutir, Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai, and works as an Assistant Commissioner of Police. He is of marriageable age, and his marriage is arranged with Sarha, who is the daughter of Parvez, sister of Dhanish, and grand-daughter of Saeed Noor Bux, who are based in Nasik. The two get married in Udaipur, and subsequently Sarha re-locates to live with Zaid in Mumbai. One day terrorists strike at a club, killing 20 people, & critically injuring several others. The Police are put on alert, and Zaid is summoned to Police Headquarters to identify a body. To his shock the body turns out to be that of Sarha - who was not a victim but was a suicide-bomber. Before he could get over this shock, Zaid is arrested by Anti-Terrorist Squad Chief Raj Mehra and questioned for several days. The media, his friends, including fellow police officers, already believe that he is guilty. Finally, after several days, he is freed, much to the chagrin of opposition parties who believe that Zaid is being freed because of political reasons. While trying to put his life together, Zaid comes across evidence that Sarha may have had an hand in the killings, and thus intrigued he decides to travel to Nasik to find out what really happened, whether his devout Islamic wife was really a terrorist or the victim of a deep-rooted conspiracy. Written by rAjOo ([email protected])
- 76 min
Dr. Stephen Strange embarks on a wondrous journey to the heights of a Tibetan mountain, where he seeks healing at the feet of the mysterious Ancient One. But before his wounds can mend, Strange must first let go of his painful past and awaken a gift granted to very few. The gift of magic. Empowered as the new Sorcerer Supreme, Dr. Strange now tests his limits, rising up against monsters that push at the gates, facing the most terrifying entity humankind has ever known. Written by Marvel Entertainment
- 116 min
A biopic on Hector Lavoe, who was one of the biggest Spanish-language singers in the 1970s, but personal tragedy and a heroin addiction left him penniless and dying from complications from AIDS. Known as salsa's bad boy, he had a crystal-clear voice and an incomparable talent for improvisation.
- 110 min
The 1999 turnover of the Portuguese colony of Macau to China is investigated here through the unique rites of passage of a group of cold-blooded hit men as they wonder what the future has in store for them, try to make quick money or simply hope to retire.
Eye of the Dolphin
- 100 min
Fourteen year old Alyssa (Schroeder) has been living with her Grandmother Lucy (Ross) since the death of her mother a year ago. It's been a tough year for both of them and Lucy decides it's time for Alyssa to go to the Bahamas to live with Hawk (Dunbar), dedicated dolphin researcher and the father she never knew she had. Alyssa soon adjusts to island life and discovers the gift she shares with her father for communicating with dolphins, a skill which leads her into a powerful relationship with a wild dolphin which her father, for legitimate scientific reasons, cannot condone.
- 96 min
A young Chicago native heavily abused by his father as a child, grows up to face adversity socially, mentally and eventually Operation Iraqi Freedom as a Marine. Upon his return from tour (suffering from PTSD), he learns his mother has committed suicide by the hands of his abusive father. He must face his past to learn to deal with his present. Written by David Bianchi
Flight 29 Down: The Hotel Tango
- 83 min
Movie: 2007 Flight 29 Down: The Hotel Tango * Part 1: With the group split into two, tension mounts on the beach as Lex blames Daley for the breakup... See full synopsis »
For Eternal Hearts
- 103 min
A professor of German literature, Su Young (Jung Jin Young, King and The Clown) is quiet, modest, and unassuming, but behind his averted eyes lies an unforgettable story. At his students' urging, he recalls his surreal first love during the chaotic 1980s. As a college student, Su Young (Jung Kyung Ho) falls in love with spunky wild child Pippi (Kim Min Sun), only to see her commit suicide in front of his eyes. Strangely enough, she mysteriously reappears soon after. Adding to his confusion, Su Young finds himself increasingly drawn to and frightened by Su Ji (Cha Soo Yeon), a quirky high school girl that he is tutoring.