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All 24 episodes from the first season of the Miami-based crime series starring David Caruso as Lt Horatio Caine. Episodes are: 'Golden Parachute', 'Losing Face', 'Wet Foot/Dry Foot', 'Just One Kiss', 'Ashes to Ashes', 'Broken', 'Breathless', 'Slaughterhouse', 'Kill Zone', 'A Horrible Mind', 'Camp Fear', 'Entrance Wound', 'Bunk', 'Forced Entry', 'Dead Woman Walking', 'Evidence of Things Unseen', 'Simple Man', 'Dispo Day', 'Double Cap', 'Grave Young Men', 'Spring Break', 'Tinder Box', 'Freaks and Tweaks' and 'Body Count'.
Coming-of-age drama based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. Miley Cyrus stars as Ronnie, a troubled and rebellious New York teenager who is sent to spend the summer with her estranged father, former concert pianist Steve Miller (Greg Kinnear), in the quiet coastal town where he has lived since divorcing Ronnie's mother. As the summer wears on, Ronnie reconnects with her father through their mutual love of music, and also falls in love for the first time with the handsome Will Blakelee (Liam Hemsworth).
All 13 episodes from the third season of the American crime drama starring Timothy Olyphant as US Marshal Raylan Givens. In this season, though Raylan is still recovering from a gunshot injury, he refuses to sit behind his desk and becomes active in a murder case. The episodes are: 'The Gunfighter', 'Cut Ties', 'Harlan Roulette', 'The Devil You Know', 'Thick As Mud', 'When the Guns Come Out', 'The Man Behind the Curtain', 'Watching the Detectives', 'Loose Ends', 'Guy Walks Into a Bar', 'Measures', 'Coalition' and 'Slaughterhouse'.
Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman star in this baseball drama co-written by 'The Social Network' (2010) screenwriter Aaron Sorkin. Based on real events in 2002, the film follows the unconventional tactics employed by Billy Beane (Pitt), general manager of the cash-strapped Oakland Athletics baseball team, to rebuild his club after losing a few key players to the Major League. Beane enlists the services of Yale economics graduate Peter Brand (Hill) to devise an unorthodox player selection system based on a sophisticated statistical analysis of each player's skills. As Billy and Peter start to build their team based on computer-generated data rather than the traditional scouting methods, they meet with resistance from old hands such as team manager Art Howe (Hoffman). But when the club begins a winning streak with its roster of inexpensive 'wild card' players, the naysayers are forced to admit that the scheme appears to be working.
Systems engineer Chuck Noland (Tom Hanks) says goodbye to his girlfriend Kelly (Helen Hunt) and heads off on a flight to South America. En route the plane crashes into the Pacific Ocean, leaving Chuck as its only survivor. Luckily, there is an uninhabited island nearby and Chuck manages to swim to safety. After a failed attempt to escape on an inflatable raft, Chuck accepts that he is unlikely to get back to civilisation and begins to make the most of what he has around him. Four years later he is still on the island, having adapted extremely well to his new environment, but decides the time is right to make another attempt at the long journey home and sets off for a remarkable adventure on a makeshift wooden raft.
Made-for-TV sci-fi drama starring Kyle MacLachlan as Intelligence Officer Jesse Marcel, the original investigator of the crash-landing at Roswell believed by many to be the work of aliens. The film opens with Marcel as an old man. He attends a reunion of his US Air Force unit and attempts to use the event to get to the bottom of what really happened in New Mexico in the summer of 1947. Back then Marcel and his commanding officer, Colonel Blanchard (John M. Jackson), believed they had found evidence of an alien landing, but were convinced by the powers that be to change their story. Will Marcel manage to find an explanation that satisfies him at last?
Psychological drama based on a true story. Sam Bicke (Sean Penn) is a salesman for an office-supply company whose life is slowly beginning to unravel. His job is going nowhere, his wife, Marie (Naomi Watts), has left him, and his boss (Jack Thompson) keeps pushing self-help books on him that make a mockery of his state of mind. One of Bicke's few friends is Bonny Simmons (Don Cheadle), an auto mechanic, and together they come up with an idea for a tyre shop on wheels. While neither has the money to finance the project, Bicke has learned of a program for small-business loans instituted by President Richard Nixon, which he's certain will come through for him. But Bicke is denied his loan, which dovetails with his increasing suspicion of the president's Vietnam policies and a sudden interest in the 'by any means necessary' political activism of the Black Panther Party. Desperate to seem important in some way, Bicke becomes increasingly obsessed with the duplicity of Richard Nixon, until he chooses to take it upon himself to stop the president once and for all.
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