A comedic take on the classic Alfred Hitchcock film in which two strangers on a train each agree to kill someone the other person wants disposed of.
Henry Renfield returns to his English hometown after WWI and discovers that the farm his parents worked as tenants is now being operated by two young women, Ellen March and Jill Banford. Needing work, he signs on as a handyman, and he and Ellen soon have the place running smoothly. In the process, he falls in love with March, but she is in love with Jill, of whom he becomes extremely jealous. Eventually, he begins to plot murder . . .
A former USMC sargeant goes on a vigilante mission to take out the men that killed his family and friends and left him for dead, but ends up taking on the entire gang when the law won't put the syndicate away.
In the city of Isola, the detectives of the 87th Precinct have their share of murder and other crimes to solve. Fortunately they are good at their jobs (at least most of them). There's introspective Steve Carella; ladies' man Cotton Hawes; genial Bert Kling and sarcastic Meyer Meyer; tough little Hal Willis and big, beefy Artie Brown; lazy Andy Parker, and dumb Richie Genero, who accidentally becomes a hero one night. Lt. Byrnes is the squad commander and Dave Murchison is the desk sergeant. Fat Ollie Weeks of the 88th precinct, the "equal opportunity bigot" (he hates everyone), sometimes helps ...
Batman is not a hero. He is just a man. Fallible, vulnerable, and angry. In a Gotham City where friend and foe are indistinguishable, Bruce Wayne’s path toward becoming the Dark Knight is riddled with more obstacles than ever before. Focused on punishing his parents’ true killers, and the corrupt police that allowed them to go free, Bruce Wayne’s thirst for vengeance fuels his mad crusade and no one, not even Alfred, can stop him.
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