The Social Network made 5 years later.
From 1969 to 2001, the stories about the song of “Two of Us” by The Beatles. This story is about Freddie Mercury and Elton John back in the 1970s to 1990s for the relationship of the singers to the concert of Live Aid.
Chronicling the true story of Reverend Ray Broshears, a gay Pentecostal Evangelist preacher and activist, who after being beaten senselessly by a gang of young tough thugs outside his community centre, decided to form his own militant vigilante patrol dedicated to protecting San Francisco's LGBTQ+ community from 1973 to 1974. Comprising of 21 members each one skilled in various forms of hand to hand combat including Judo, Karate, Kung Fu and more.
Biopic on the three young Hanson brothers who would achieve great success in the 1990s and avoided the pitfalls of fame
This is All That is a biography picture film that takes place right before Nickelodeon Studios closed down in place of Sharp Arquos Theater back on Saturday, April 30, 2005.
The story of mexican idol Silvia Pinal
The story for the middle-aged man in 2015, the middle-aged man name Bill Gates (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his wife, Melinda, is taking the children to high school and college. His son, Rory John Gates, told him that he's going to see The Peanuts Movie, at the movie theater, Bill sees the screen of Peanuts characters. It then flashes back to a young man, Bill Gates (Jimmy Bennett), who was watching TV Specials on Peanuts in 1973 to 1974, and he worked on the computer in Albuquerque, New Mexico to his future of “Micro-Soft” and years now, to become “Microsoft” and …
The story begins with Jerry Weintraub in 2010 with Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Robert Mark Kamen, and John G. Avildsen works on the Karate Kid film series from 1984 to 1994. As he works with Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith to remake the movie.
A look at the not-so-squeaky clean image when cameras weren't rolling on FOX's grooviest sitcom
A biopic telling the extremely troubled production behind one of the most dangerous movies ever made: 1981's Roar, directed by and starring Noel Marshall and his wife Tippi Hedren, chronicling their experiences with their family, collecting and raising hundreds of real wild cats to be used in the movie, and because of this, the film's entire cast and crew's lives were put in danger.
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