For teenager Mark Murdock, life isn't going great for him, his long-term girl Katie broke up with him, his family generally ignore him and he's about to be kicked out of school. But by 17th birthday, Mark suddenly witnesses events that are suspiciously connected to him. He discovers that he has the ability to recognise and inturprit supernatural paterns in modern society but everyone thinks he's going insane, but professional psychologists don't know what to think of it. As Mark begins to dig deep into his ability, he discovers that events have been set in motion that will lead to ...
If made 10 years later In turn-of-the-century Vienna, a magician uses his abilities to secure the love of a woman far above his social standing.
A man named Sherlock Holmes was the famous detective in London, England. His partner, Dr. John H. Watson, who works for him on his case for the mysteries. The dog was Beagle called, Snoopy, with his friend, Woodstock, making on the clues. Holmes has the crime was jewels in the Tower of London by his arch-nemesis, Professor James Moriarty. Snoopy's siblings: Marbles, Belle, Spike, Andy, Olaf, Molly, and Rover are reunion to Woodstock.
A young investigative journalist keeps taps on a famous novelist after suspecting him of being a serial killer. MPAA Rating: Rating R for language throughout including some sexual references, and for brief strong violence. CHARACTERS: Matt Tremors - Young lonely and depressed investigative journalist. Jack Parkes - Greedy novelist and an intimidating figure from Matt's past. Felicity Thomas - Matt's kindhearted psychologist and his only friend. Holly Nolan - Daring lawyer who Matt has a crush on.
After being falsely accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend and her husband, Derek Scott is convicted criminally insane and sentenced to a maximum security mental institution. But after a few months, Derek begins to delve into madness and imagines a opposite persona known as Roy. As Derek grows ever frustrated, Roy encourages him to both escape the institution and solve the mystery of his ex-girlfriend's murder. MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for intense and disturbing thematic material, violence and some language.
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