In 1948, wannabe singer Lola meets aspiring songwriter Tony when both are contestants on a radio show. Tony is immediately smitten with Lola and assists her flailing attempts to break into show business. At Manhattan’s Copacabana lounge, both start finding fame. However, fate steps in and Lola is made the senior showgirl at the lounge, where she is convinced she will find her stardom. However, one night, a gangster named Rico takes notice, resulting in conflict and drama.
It's 1991 in Seattle, Washington, and cop Christopher Wilson and his partner Keith Rickenbacker are investigating a murder case involving a missing woman, Victoria Daly. Flash forward 20 years later… Keith has passed away of a heart attack; Christopher has retired from the police force; and his son Adam is now an amateur police detective. Alan and Adam receive a call to head to a construction site, where the body of a 70-year-old man has just been found. Along with Victoria Daly's body. As years-old secrets of corrupt cops, drug manufacturing, familial mysteries, and dishonesty become apparent, it's a struggle …
“You are the author of your own fate. At the end of this gruelling challenge, the worst will win and get a chance to redeem themselves in the Land of Yensid.” Which villain will be victorious? In this film, the most infamous Disney villains go head-to-head after receiving a cryptic invitation from Queen Cinderella, all for a chance to redeem their good (or bad) name in the Kingdom of Yensid.
A businessman and hopeful political mind lands himself in D.C. during the Great Depression.
Aunt Agatha dies, and her will is quite strange - it states that whoever is the last beneficiary alive will get her fortune. Can the heirs kill each other before the arrival of a detective from the local police department, or will the detective arrive and arrest the heirs? Characters Aunt Agatha: The dowager heiress whose fortune everyone is competing for. The Detective: A detective at the local police department trying to get to the mansion to arrange Agatha's plans. Poopsie: Agatha's beloved but sadistic Persian cat, who will become one of the world's richest pets if she inherits. Beauregard …
The A Series of Unfortunate Events series wraps up as the Baudelaire orphans explore the mountains, a submarine, a hotel, and an island.
The Baudelaires are sent to live at a mysterious village, a hospital, and a carnival.
The Baudelaire orphans are sent to live at a lumbermill, a boarding school, and a penthouse. Note: The casts for the main characters will remain the same. They can be found here: https://www.imaginecasting.com/titles/results/17696/a-series-of-unfortunate-events-the-trouble-begins
It was just supposed to be a train ride. On July 2, 1881, at the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Station in Washington, D.C., President James A. Garfield was shot and mortally wounded by mentally ill jobseeker Charles Guiteau. This film, in ‘Lincoln’-esque style, documents the days up to Garfield's assassination and the weeks after he was wounded.
Dr. Ian Powers, the most brilliant man in the world, goes on vacation to luxurious Half Moon Bay. However, he gets caught up in a murder on his first night there. When more and more vacationers turn up dead, Ian realizes that a serial killer is on the loose.
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